Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Moms Who Rock Giveaway!

Sponsored By: Sugar Mountain PR

Hosted By: Love, Mrs. Mommy

Winner Will Receive: 

A collection of wonderful "Moms Who Rock" CDs! 


Sugar Mountain PR is a public relations agency specializing in award-winning music and other media for children.

Open To US and must be 18+ to enter

Giveaway Dates ~ 5/16 9:00 AM EST through 6/13 11:59PM EST

Disclosure: Love, Mrs. Mommy is not held responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill their prize obligations. This giveaway is in no way endorsed or sponsored by Facebook or any other social media site. The winner will be randomly drawn by Giveaway Tools and will be notified by email. Winner has 48 hours to reply before a replacement winner will be drawn. If you would like to participate in an event like this please contact LoveMrsMommy (at) gmail (dot) com.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

His name is Dr. Jacob and I'm in love

Disclosure: I received products and/or compensation in exchange for my honest review.

I'm in love. 

It's a new love, really, but I don't think we'll outlive the honeymoon stage. It's that good.

Oh, wait... I guess I should clarify. I'm in love with my new bar of soap. Really. 

Lately, I've been convicted of my own overuse of plastics. One of the ways I can cut back is by switching back to bars of soap rather than plastic bottles of liquid soap. So when Dr. Jacob's Naturals offered to send me some of their products to try, I was excited to try their soap. And the excitement has not worn off. I love this soap! 

It has a great lather and smells Really. The bar is larger than the average bar of soap and it doesn't feel like I'm scratching up my skin like some exfoliating soaps do. And here's what you'll love:

  • Non-GMO (Take that, Monsanto!)
  • 100% Vegan
  • PETA Cruelty-free
  • Gluten-free
  • 100% Recycled Paper
  • Made in the USA
PLUS, look at the list of things it doesn't contain:
  • No Parabens
  • No Sulfates
  • No Petrochemicals
  • No Phthalates 
  • No Artificial Dyes or Coloring

While my love may be with the triple milled castile bar of soap with organic shea butter, you might still prefer liquid soap. That's okay. Dr. Jacobs Naturals liquid castile soap is equally wonderful and I'm indulging in using it as well. What's wonderful about the liquid castile soap is that it is safe for everyone, even babies. And it's not just for cleaning your body; it's perfect for cleaning the house as well. 

If you order now (and you want to after this love-confession of mine, right?), you'll receive FREE SHIPPING on orders over $20. Just click here for the coupon.

Lather up and enjoy!

Reviewing it for you,

Thursday, April 26, 2018

How You Can Go Green by Cleaning Out Your Closet

Today, I'm happy to welcome guest blogger, Cassie Green, who sheds some light on what to do with our overstuffed wardrobes.

Everybody loves a bit of retail therapy every now and then. With the advent of online shopping, it’s simple to go online and buy yourself some clothes without even realizing how much you’ve bought! While following fashion trends and shopping can be a lot of fun, there is a dark side to the fashion industry we tend to forget about while trying on 50 items in the dressing room -- the effect on the environment. 

Americans dump around 14 million tons of clothes and textiles in the landfill every year. That’s almost 40,000 tons a day. Trashing all this clothing ends up creating a financial burden on the nation with each municipality paying $45 per ton of waste sent to landfill. If we do the math, that means that amount of waste costs America $1,800,000 a day! The industry is also a major source of pollution across the world due to transport, use of chemicals and resource extractions. The increasing popularity of fast fashion means the fashion industry’s impact on the environment is getting worse. This might all sound bad but there are little changes you can make to your habits that do make a difference. For example, by researching the brands you buy and buying secondhand whenever you can. When it comes to giving your closet a spring cleaning, here are some things to consider. 

Sort Through Everything
The first step in going green is to own less because this helps us learn how to consume less. Once we see that we can survive with a smaller amount of clothes, we’re less likely to go out and buy pieces we don’t need. So if you are one of those people with an overflowing wardrobe who constantly complains you have nothing to wear, then start your eco-friendly clothes journey by getting rid of all the stuff you don’t wear. The first step to cleaning out your closet the green way is to sort through every item of clothing and seriously think about whether it is something you need to have in your life. Generally, a good rule is to get rid of it if you haven't worn it in over six months. Sort your clothes into different categories - those you want to keep, those that can be swapped or donated and those that can be repurposed. 

Do A Clothing Swap
If you have friends who also are looking to make their wardrobes more sustainable, consider doing a clothing swap. Gather together after cleaning out your closets and bring the clothes that are still in good condition but no longer of any use to you. As the saying goes, one woman’s trash may indeed by another woman’s treasure! 

There are plenty of ways you can donate your old clothes so someone less fortunate and more in need can make use of them. You can contact your local charity store, find a clothing drive, or research different initiatives in your area. Many retailers, such as H&M, now have recycling programs where they take old clothes and recycle the material to produce new pieces of clothing. 

Sell Online
You may be a bit strapped for cash and looking to make some money off the clothes that are still in great condition but that you never wear anymore. Fortunately, you can sell your clothes online. Selling clothes on websites such as Bountye, thredUp, Tradesy, etc. gives you exposure to a broad audience, as well as a great platform from which to show and market what you’re selling. By using a third party site you can really leverage the power of that site and its many perks.

Once you’ve sorted through your clothing, you might find you have many clothes that are too worn or old to donate or sell. This doesn’t necessarily mean you have to throw them away. Clothes like this can still be repurposed and reused. For example, you can convert old t-shirts into cloths and dish rags to use around the house for cleaning. You could use different pieces of fabric to create something crafty like a pillow cover or lampshade. There are plenty of ways to use up old clothes, you just need a bit of imagination. Pinterest is a great resource for ideas.

Rent And Lend 
If you clean out your wardrobe and feel as if it looks incomplete, don’t run out and go on a shopping spree. Just because you don’t own a ballgown doesn’t mean you should buy one ‘just in case.' Change the way you consume fashion by participating in the clothes sharing economy. Rather than buying a new dress you’ll wear once or throwing out an item of clothing you never wear, use a platform that allows you to rent and lend outfits. Dress rental in this form allows you to lend designer clothes you’re not using and borrow clothes for special events or nights out. This a more green way of thinking about your wardrobe where the platform acts as one big communal closet for all the users. Think of it this way -- instead of 50 people buying the same catwalk-copy dress, wearing it a few times and throwing it out, one higher quality designer dress is bought and shared among dozens of women. 

Cassie Green is a content writer at Bountye,  a search engine and aggregator that provides users with the ability to search multiple third-party sites for secondhand goods and online classifieds all in one place. As well as writing, she loves secondhand shopping and finding the best bargains online. 

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Sleep Zzz Pillows -- do they really make bedtime easier?

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I received a Sleep Zzz Pillow at no charge to me in exchange for an honest review.

Awhile back, I wrote a post about the Sleep Zzz Pillow and how I couldn't wait to try it. Well, they sent me a pillow, but it was a child's size, so I didn't get to try it after all. But two of my grandbabies did. 

First of all, let me specify that the Sleep Zzz Pillows are manufactured for children 3 years and older. While one of my grandchildren is especially small for her age, she is over 3. She's the one I thought would benefit most from the pillow, as my daughter and her husband have a hard time keeping her in bed at night. Unfortunately, after a few weeks of trying, the Sleep Zzz Pillow failed to achieve that. 

While she likes cuddling up with the super-soft and comfy pillow, it does not lull her in lala land. Her determined little 3 YO mind dictates whether or not she'll stay in bed and no amount of comfy-ness is going to affect her otherwise. Period. I really don't blame the pillow, although it is one of their sales points -- that the pillow makes for quicker and easier bedtimes. In our experience, that simply isn't the case. She does, however, enjoy watching TV on the couch with the pillow wrapped safely around her. How cute is this?

Her big sister, who will be 5 soon, takes turns sleeping with the pillow and she loves it. Look how cozy she is.

Basically, I really like the Sleep Zzz Pillow. It just doesn't live up to its claim that it will make bedtime easier. Now, if we're talking the adult-sized pillow, it just might! Can't you imagine yourself wrapped up in one of these? The covers come in a variety of colors and patterns and are amazingly soft. I seriously just wanted to pet it. 

The makers of the Sleep Zzz Pillow also invented the Twin Z Pillow you may have seen on ABC's Shark Tank. You can follow them on Facebook @sleepzzzpillow

And here's something really cool -- they're offering my readers (that's YOU!) a $5 OFF Coupon. Just click here to order and enter the code SLEEPY at check out. It's a good deal. 

Wishing you and your children a good night's sleep.

Reviewing it for you,

Saturday, April 7, 2018

People Footwear Giveaway! Over $100 value!

April 7-April 21, 2018

US & Canada

Enter for your chance to win

(1) Pair of People Footwear Kids Shoes!


(1) Pair of People Footwear Adult Shoes!

A retail value of over $100!


Sponsored by:

People Footwear


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