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Breathe Cleaning Products – Hello Aerosol 2.0!

November 11, 2017

5 Reasons You Should Try breathe™ – #breathecleaning

Chlorine. Alkyl ammonium chlorides.  Sodium bisulfate. Oxalic acid. Hydrochloric acid. Phenol. And the list goes on…  These are all chemicals in your everyday household cleaning products that are potentially hazardous to your family’s health depending on the dose and length of exposure to the product (source: Cleveland Clinic).

With 3 little girls, I take the word “potentially” seriously and would rather not gamble with the health of my precious little girls.  As a mother, I strive to do whatever I can to keep my princesses healthy and smiling – JUST LIKE YOU!  This is why I did not hesitate to give breathe™ a try as a safer alternative to my everyday household products.

Breathe™ is the first ever and ONLY aerosol cleaning line ever certified by the EPA’s Safer Choice program to offer families a safer household cleaning solution.  Breathe™ is powered by air with BreatheSafe™ technology, using eco-friendly ingredients and does not produce harmful fumes (source: Breathe™ Official Website).

From a mother of 3, here are 5 reasons you should try breathe™ product line as a safer alternative to your traditional household cleaning products.

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Adventures, Education

Free Backpacks & School Supplies #WZGivesBack

July 11, 2017

#WZGivesBack on July 23, 2017 from 1PM – 4PM EDT

On Sunday, July 23, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT) your local Verizon Wireless Zone (#WZGivesBack) store may be giving away FREE backpacks and school supplies.  You don’t have to buy anything and you do not have to have Verizon cellphone service. Just bring the kiddos (this is a requirement)!

Each child will receive a free backpack and supplies.  Don’t forget to share photos using #WZGivesBack

Check the list to make sure your local store is participating.  Backpacks will be given on a first come, first serve and are limited.

As of 7/11/2017 10PM EST, here are the list of stores participating:

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Summer Time Learning – Avoid the Summer Slide! Free Infographic, too.

July 10, 2017

As summer approached, I struggled to find a balance between summer time fun and summer time learning.  I wanted my 3 little girls to enjoy their summer break, but wanted to ensure that we, as parents, did not allow our children to fall into the ‘the summer slide’ or ‘summer learning loss.’  According to Little Scholars, “learning loss is inevitable when kids take the summer off from educational activities” with students losing as much as 15% of their educational ability if they don’t read, write or practice math and possibly up to three months of academic progress over the summer.

So, just like me, you may be wondering…what can I do to make sure my child(ren) do not “slide” academically over the summer months?  Well, our friends of F.C. Kerbeck Buick GMC provided an amazing infographic with tips for summer educational fun!

F.C. Kerbeck Buick GMC's Summer Educational Tips for Kids, summer time learning

Go ahead…share some educational fun you love to do with your kiddos!

With love + caffeine,

highly caffeinated




In full disclosure, I was provided this infographic by F.C. Kerbeck Buick GMC in exchange for my post. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. To learn more about advertising options to have your business featured, please send me an email or submit contact form.


Girls’ Swim Night at Goldfish Swim Mt. Laurel – How to Host on a Budget!

April 17, 2017
Goldfish Swim - Family Swim

As you probably know from my recent posts, my girls have been taking group swim lessons at Goldfish Swim in Mt. Laurel. Just to reiterate, they still love it (lol). This past Easter weekend, my nieces traveled from Connecticut to visit us. So in addition to our 3 girls, we had to find a way to host 4 more little girls – what a blessing! I had to put on my mommy hat and figure out an affordable way for all 7 girls to have fun. Thanks to Goldfish Swim, it was a breeze and affordable too.
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3 Ways to Prep Young Children for Visit to the National Museum for African American History & Culture

February 21, 2017

My 6-Year-Old Daughter Felt Empowered, Enriched and Educated.

Last Fall, the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) finally opened its doors to the public in Washington, DC.  For months, I tried to get free tickets to the museum and was finally able to experience this masterpiece this month.  Perfect timing for Black History Month!  Although there are other museums who scratch the surface of Black History, NMAAHC is “the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture.”  Being local to Continue Reading…

Adventures, Education

Johnson’s Corner Farm – 5 Educational Activities for Little Minds

August 2, 2016

Farms are a great place to nurture little growing minds though hands-on activities!

In recent years, farms have expanded their offerings to attract families with little kids. From hay rides to petting zoos, farms provide enough variety of activities to keep your family there the entire day. The same is true of the local farms in South Jersey! So, I decided to take the twins on an exploratory day at Johnson’s Corner Farm in Medford, NJ after hearing so many other moms in the area give them praise.
Here are 5 educational activities you can do or explore on Johnson’s Corner Farm:

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