My Journey as an Origami Owl Designer

This post is sponsored by Origami Owl. All opinions are those of my own. It’s been over one month since I became an Origami Owl Designer. It’s been a lot of fun and I look forward to continuing this journey (even after I’m done blogging about it). As you can see, my experience has been …

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Hosting an Origami Owl Jewelry Bar

This post is sponsored by Origami Owl. All opinions are those of my own. As I previously shared with you, Origami Owl is not my first venture with direct selling companies. One of my biggest challenges has always been throwing the parties. When I thought about hosting an Origami Owl Jewelry Bar, I will admit …

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Telling Your Story with Origami Owl

This post is sponsored by Origami Owl. All opinions are those of my own. Last week, I shared with you how excited I was to be a new Origami Owl Designer. Nothing has changed. If it has, I’m even more excited now. It’s become more and more apparent how much you can tell your story …

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I’m an Origami Owl Designer! Check out the “Holly Jolly Box of Happy” this Holiday Season

This post is sponsored by Origami Owl. All opinions are those of my own. When I was first presented with the opportunity to become an Origami Owl Ambassador, I was excited. In the past, I have experimented with a variety of direct selling companies and never had much success. Maybe the lack of success had …

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What Social Media Cliche Are You?

We all have our personality traits – both online and “in real life.” Maybe those two personalities are the same and maybe they are different. Who knows… maybe you don’t even realize you are not the same person online that you are offline. If you are comfortable with who you are, it probably doesn’t matter …

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#LetsBond #SIMPLEgiving Roundup: 22 Ways Kids Can Give Back with School Supplies

Giving back to your community is so important. Teaching your children philanthropic behaviors at a young age will set them up for a future of thoughtfulness. Did you know that more than 16 million children live below the poverty line in the United States? One in five kids live in a household that can’t provide …

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3 Ways to Keep Your Pants Dry

I wrote about my experience with Poise Microliner as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars. #PoisewithSAM Nobody likes wet pants – especially jeans! Ugh… wet jeans are the absolute worst. They get heavy and stick to your legs. It’s just gross and uncomfortable. I will do everything humanly possible to not get my jeans …

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#SummerofGiving Roundup: 16 Tyson Chicken Recipes and Ways to Help End Hunger

It’s so important for us to give back to our community. Did you know that over 16 million kids who are below the poverty level here in the United States alone? That’s 1 in 5. Look at your children’s classmates – the average class has around 30 students, which means 6 of those kids are …

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Three Things to Keep Kids Busy This Summer

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It’s Summer. You know how I can tell? I can tell by all the fighting, tattle telling and the simple fact of wanting to pull my hair out because the kids just cannot get along. It doesn’t help that I work from home. It’s been tricky figuring out how to get everything done in a …

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My LBL Experiment with Poise Microliners. Yes, I’m a Scientist.

I wrote about my experience with Poise Microliner as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars. #PoisewithSAM Not too long ago, I got very personal with you and shared my experience with light bladder leakage. I’m here to give you more “too much information.” I’ve had time to think while I’ve been trying out the …

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