As a part of today’s special launch day I’m giving away a 8.45 oz jar of Yes to Carrots Hair and Scalp Mud Mask. This is a $12 value and it could be yours for free. The first person to answer all 5 of the following questions correctly gets the mud mask. The answers to all of the questions can be found on the Suburban Wife Life blog. Simply post your answers in the comment section.
It’s official. Today is the launch of Suburban Wife Life. To celebrate I’m going to do a few special one time only things. Included in today’s launch is a free Yes To Carrots Hair Mask give away. 3 Pledge Pet Hair remover give aways. Party recipes, hot coupons, a laucnh day meme and blog carnival.
Coming up with fun and interesting sandwich ideas for kids can be frustrating to parents especially for families living in the fast lane. Boredom easily sets in when kids are forced to eat the same sandwich day in and day out, plus kids and parents have different ideas on what’s healthy and what’s not. The key to a great kid sandwich is to think like a kid and try to remember what you would have liked on a sandwich as a kid. Here are a few sandwich ideas to help accommodate your kid while still providing proper nutrition.
My family loves this dish and best of all I love how easy and cheap it is. I’m not sure why but even though this recipe germinated in my brain for quite some time I didn’t actually start feeding it to my family until 2 years after I came up with it.
If you’d like a healthier version of this dish try using whole grain bow tie pasta as an alternative.
As someone who was formerly married to a mechanic that had no qualms about ripping off unsuspecting women, I learned there are some easy ways to spot a rip off. You may not be able to stop a mechanic from trying to scam you because you are a woman but you can catch him in
Ladies I have found the best all natural hair products for hair. And I do have some hair, so much so that mine hangs to my tailbone. There’s 2 products I use to keep my hair healthy, shiny and strong.
Yeah I know high school has changed since I was a teenager some zillion years ago (according to my son, harumph!) BUT…
I don’t remember the kids at school wearing so little. Okay, I don’t remember the girls wearing so little I should say.
A couple of weeks ago I escorted my youngest ankle biter to her high school roundup to get her class schedule, books and locker. I thought I was hip. My kid’s friends tell me I’m the cool, young mom. Now however, I’m afraid to admit I might not be as cool as they think I am; not after seeing the current generation of teenage girls anyway.
I came across an article recently about alternatives to spanking at the positive parenting website and as soon as I read the title I was flooded with memories of spankings received
When I was growing up my parents believed in whoopin’s. I never even knew it was called spanking until I was in my teens. I remember back when I was about 10 or so getting my butt whooped while on vacation back east.
My mother had the knack for tearing up my backside, as she called it. She could find the skinniest, flimsiest tree branch and strip the bark and leaves in mere seconds. I learned from her that there is technique in
In my quest to free my house from the pet hair blanket I picked up this little gadget by Pledge called the Fabric Sweeper for Pet Hair. I was a skeptic at first because I normally keep a few sticky paper rollers around the house and I have tried and exhausted all other methods.
I could not believe how easily the Pledge Pet Hair Fabric Sweeper removed all that hair. I went around and did the whole house. Amazing. I no longer have to lay a sheet over my comforter anymore. Several times a day I do a quick swipe with the fabric sweeper and pick up any accumulated hair.
A constipated baby is no fun to travel with. I know. I did it. My son was 1 month old when I decided to fly back east at which time his bowels got so locked up he screamed constantly. I was a mother twice over so I had some tricks up my sleeve. Sitting
Please don’t say breathing cause that’s not nice. Understandable, but not necessarily nice. I smoke. Nasty habbit, that, but I do. One of my pet peeves is someone – *cough my husband cough* not walking off with my lighter every 5 minutes.
Every marriage has fights and every marriage has fights in it that get started for near to no reasons. Newlyweds in particular are prone to fighting over the smallest things.
Part of the problem, I believe is that newlyweds are often in shock once they begin to live together as a married couple. Even if they were living together before they exchanged vows there’s some level of shock.
Let me share this newlywed fight with you as an example.
Funny Story about my rice – when I was a kid I hated the stuff. There wasn’t enough money in the world for me to eat rice. To my youthful mind it looked like maggots and there was no way in hell I was putting that in my mouth.
I was in my early twenties when I first sampled this fine cuisine and lo and behold I loved it. Ok well I loved it because it had bacon in it and if there’s one thing I DO love it’s bacon.
Eventually after much experimentation I came up with a rice concotion that I enjoy and my family enjoys. In fact my family loves this recipe so much that I can’t keep it as leftovers in my fridge.
Sodium Lauryl Sulphate is a chemical compound used in the manufacturing of detergents. It is made from a combination of sulfuric acids, monododecyl ester and sodium. It is what creates the lathering, foaming effect in detergents, shampoos, toothpastes, garage floor cleaner, engine degreaser, bubble bath, acne cleanser, facial cream, hemmorhoid cream, contact cleaner, insect
After having surgery for severe allergies, my husband’s doctor encouraged us to switch to a greener, organic, all natural lifestyle. It ain’t easy being green. That’s what Kermit the Frog used to say all the time and I used to agree with him but now after making the switch I’ve learned it ain’t so hard after all. Here’s a few things I did to make the switch more convenient.
Tween birthday party invitations can not just be printed on paper. OMG! Like No Way! You know how teen girls are. Here’s a DIY invitation crafts that are cheap and quick and your tween girl will love them.