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I’m sharing #lobsterworthy moments in my life as part of a Red Lobster sponsored series for Socialstars™. All opinions are my own. 

How often do you and your spouse have a date night? Finding time to go on a date even if it is just a dinner date, is important. I think it is important to reconnect, communicate, and just enjoy time together with no kids and no work.

Date Night Success at Red Lobster

“Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Jimmy Dean through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While I was compensated to write a post about Jimmy Dean Delights, all opinions are my own.”

Sleeping in: Extra rest plus no plans that morning. What is that exactly? I can’t remember the last time I slept in. My oldest is almost 7, so let’s go with about 7 years. Take out the factor of kids, and I am sure sleeping in still wouldn’t be an option or preference for me these days.

Powering Through Busy Mornings

I’m sharing Lobsterfest and #lobsterworthy moments as part of a Red Lobster sponsored series for Socialstars™. All opinions are my own.

I’ve always been one to believe it’s important to find various reasons and random things to celebrate. These days, it’s typically centered fully around my kids and my family. Very rare do I find myself taking the time to celebrate me or simple things I enjoy.

Celebrating Lobsterfest #Lobsterworthy

I’m sharing #lobsterworthy moments in my life as part of a Red Lobster sponsored series for Socialstars™. All opinions are my own. 

There are many holidays, birthdays, and big events we celebrate each year. We gather with friends, family and loved ones for these special occasions. No matter what the reason is that brings us together, good food is always involved.

Special Lunch Dates with the Little Ones to Celebrate Little Moments

“Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Fiber One through their partnership with POPSUGAR Select. While I was compensated to write a post about Fiber One’s Cheesecake Bars, all opinions are my own.”

Keeping a full schedule and overflowing ‘To-Do’ list seems to be my norm. There’s so much to keep up with daily and no matter what I have going on, I try to get an early start on the day. In turn, by the afternoon I tend to hit a midday slump.

Tips for Overcoming the Midday Slump

As the first month of 2016 just came to an end, many are chattering about their resolutions failing, succeeding, changing, and/or coming together. However, I am not one to make resolutions at the beginning of the year. I am a list-maker. A goal maker. I always have an ongoing list of goals, long-term and short-term.

EMPOWER

Today I am sharing how I get a fresh start each morning as part of a sponsored post by NESTLE Coffee-mate. All opinions are my own. 

Mornings haven’t always been my thing. There are still some days I wake up and think, “not today”, I am not a morning person. However, the last year or so I have discovered that with each morning and each start to the day, good things can come. Ensuring a fresh start daily is important.

A Daily Fresh Start