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On behalf of Duane Reade I was invited to attend a Beauty Blowout event at Salon Ziba located in Midtown New York City to celebrate the the launch of Women’s Rogaine Foam. In support of their product launch, beauty bloggers were treated with complimentary blowouts and express nail services. Co-hosted by celebrity hairstylist and Women’s Rogaine® Spokesperson Jill Crosby. Passed Hor d’oeuvres and cocktails were served as bloggers were taught tricks and tips on how to get thicker fuller hair. Browse...

Happy Halloween!  Yikes…the day were us moms look for ways to make this day a family affair (remember my ode to Jersey Shore) and while theres a panic to figure out what to wear for the night out with the kiddies, here’s just 5 last minute halloween costumes that are not only POSH but wallet friendly! ...

If you’re a new or expecting mom then you don’t want to miss this interactive lifestyle expo that celebrates Baby Bumps, Expectant Moms, New Moms and Fashionistas! And check out below on how to win FREE tickets to this must attend event!   ...

What I Wore:  Top: Victoria’s Secret (similar); Black pleated skirt; Stella & Dot jewelry; Studded Gladiator Sandals  Yesterday, I was invited to attend a fabulous Tweet-Up event hosted by Children’s Tylenol located on the rooftop of the Hudson Terrace NYC located at 621 West 46th Street.  Among the sea of beautiful bloggers were moms like me, who were vying to ask the well renowned pediatrician and author of Mommy Calls: Dr. Tanya Answers Parents’ Top 101 Questions About...

Most recently I attended a blogger event and after attending several of these events, you could say that networking has become an art to me.  But that being said, that was never the case pre-blogging.  Call me “the shy one” or the “one that preferred to observe”, I always felt threatened or never smart enough to engage in conversations in a group setting, saying something that didn’t matter always made me shy aware from meeting new people.  But that all changed the moment I became...

On Saturday, I had the pleasure of mingling with fellow bloggers at an event hosted by Erin and Shawna of Emma Westchester at Benefit Boutique in Rye, NY. It was a great fete of not only meeting fellow female bloggers/entrepeuneurs, but also fellow locals from my neck of the woods – Westchester, NY. While we indulged in brow and beauty services, delish biscotti treats were provided by food blogger ChefTini and beverages courtesy of Emma Westchester. Complimentary...

You guys, Summer is here! Not sure how that happened so quickly, but I bet time is going to continue to fly by now that it’s summer. No complaints here! Ready for a recap of my summer so far? Let’s start with some snapshots from my girls weekend in Atlantic City and nothing says girls weekend without an assortment of Koffi’s Jell-O Bar. The World Championship of Sand Castling happened to have been taking...

On Wednesday, June 4, I took some much needed mom-me time and headed into the city to give a huge congratulations to the blog team from Well Rounded NY in turning one (#WRNYisOne).  Held at the rooftop of the Bloom showroom, fellow bloggers and local women owned companies mingled over their passion for their work, all while sipping mocktails, nibbling on popsicles, hot dogs, pretzels and snap shot with the cut out photo booth.  I am excited to add this fab event this summer…. ...

Today is #TBT (Throwback Thursday) and I wanted to share with you the day I met “friend in my head” Sarah Jessica Parker. ...

Book by Michael Slade Music by David Evans Lyrics by Faye Greenberg Based on the book of the same title by John Leach & Jean Rankin January 18 - February 9, 2014 The Gift of Winter is a whimsical tale of how snow came to be. A long time ago, townsfolk from a town comprised of all children send a delegation to travel to the Ministry of Winter to file a formal complaint to save the town from the coldest season. But it is the perseverance and determination of two boys that truly save their town. Popular songs include...

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