Make A Book with Blurb

Make a Book About Your Favorite Person and You Could Win $2,500 from Blurb
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Did you know that Blurb might give you $2,500 to read about your favorite person? All you have to do is make a book about a loved one filled with all sorts of kind words, creativity and insight, and if selected, you could win the grand prize! For every book you make (there are seven different categories, so seven different chances to win) you will receive a 30% discount on the printed product. Go to Blurb to check out the details of the contest to see what the categories are and when the entries are due. The 30% discount on My Favorite books will be applied at checkout when you use the promo code: MYFAVORITE. (And, even if you don’t enter, you can still get 30% off on all My Favorite books or save 15% on all printed orders through April 30th!)

Not sure what to write about? Take a look at what some of the people at Blurb say about their favorite people.

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Puritan’s Pride Gummy Vitamin Review

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Vitamins are so important! That’s why when given the opportunity to review Puritan’s Pride Vitamins, I jumped on it!

Diet & Lifestyle

Puritan’s Pride’s mission is “Healthy Choices for Healthy Liviing.” Their commitment is to a healthy lifestyle that we all want to live every day. Puritan’s Pride offers choces to help you reach your goals. They offer way more than vitamins.

You can shop for Vitamins, herbs, aromatherapy, coffee & tea, healthy & beauty, healthy foods, and sports nutrition. They even have a section to shopping for your pets! Keep the entire family healthy!

Save up to 70%, plus FREE SHIPPING!

They are always offering specials and promotions. For example, right now you can get any of their top sellers at 70% off with free shipping!

I’m big on vitamins around my house, and I realize that each of us needs something different. There are different needs for children, men, women, etc. I get really confused sometimes, but normally I settle for a really good multi-vitamin.

Adult Multivitamin Gummy <p>An adult multivitamin that’s delicious and fun to take</p><p>Vitamin and mineral support for your heart, eyes, bones and joints**</p><p>Great-tasting natural flavors include orange, cherry and grape</p><p>No artificial flavors. <br /></p> 75 Gummies  $20.59

I chose to review their Children’s Gummy Multi-Vitamin and their Adult Gummy Multi-Vitamin. Now, me, personally?? I don’t like gummies. However, my kids do!


My 9-year old daughter, Emily, has been taking her Children’s Multi gummies a day for about a month now. She loves the taste and doesn’t balk at vitamin time each day. They also don’t make her feel nauseous, and she’s taken them on an empty stomach and after eating so that’s a good thing.

I’ve been giving Abi, my 14 year old daughter, the Adult Multi Gummies. She likes them. She doesn’t complain about how “nasty” they are or how they “leave a funky taste” in her mouth. With her not complaining, it means something good lol! She also doesn’t feel nauseous after she takes hers each day, and she too has taken them with food and on an empty stomach.

I recommend you check out Puritan’s Pride if you’re looking for high quality, reasonably priced health-related items for your family. If you’re not satisfied, you can always contact their customer service because they are satisfaction guaranteed products!

Make sure to stay connected with Puritan’s Pride to keep up with specials, promotions, new products, and helpful healthy info! You can find them on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google +!

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15% Off at Little Passports for Earth Day!

As Earth Day approaches, we wanted to share some of our favorite projects from around the world to help keep our planet green. The blog post below has your affiliate links embedded, so just copy and paste it to your site for an easy share out! Please feel free to change the blog post to suit your writing style, this is just a guideline to get you started.

Celebrate Earth Day with Tips from Little Passports

Here at Little Passports we know that global adventure wouldn’t be possible without a globe to explore. It’s up to each of us to learn about our planet and keep it healthy. It should be no surprise, then, that Earth Day is one of our favorite holidays! This year, people all over the globe will gather in their communities to celebrate.

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In light of Typhoon Haiyan, which hit Southeast Asia in 2013, young people in the Philippines are holding a convention called “Sulong! Power Shift Pilipinas.” “Sulong” means “forward” in the Filipino language of Tagalog. They want everyone in the Philippines to talk to their friends, neighbors and leaders about using sustainable energy sources instead of fossil fuels like gas, coal and oil.

Sustainable energy sources are ones that can replenish themselves (such as wind and water) and would have a lesser impact on the environment. There are many Earth Day celebrations around the world which focus on helping cities switch to these sustainable energy sources and becoming “green” cities.

In Kenya, they are organizing a number of “green-city” events such as city cleanups and tree planting ceremonies at schools. In Uganda, they will hold special raffles, football matches, and competitions to bring awareness to conservation projects in the country.

With a focus on sustainable energy, the Saskatchewan Environmental Society in Canada is holding the “25 Acts of Energy Conservation” campaign. They are challenging people at home and in schools to take 25 steps to save energy and water and to reduce waste. In an effort to help people stay on track, the society will be posting daily tips. They are even holding a contest for the top 25 acts!

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In the United States, schools celebrate Earth Day (April 22) by planting trees and cleaning public parks to create public awareness about ways we can keep the Earth healthy. Here are a few simple ways Sam and Sofia (the cute Little Passports characters) try to keep Earth clean.

• Reduce – use less electricity and water
• Reuse – use things like aluminum bottles to carry drinking water instead of buying plastic bottles
• Recycle – dispose of paper and plastic in “recyclable” baskets so they can be made into new materials, using less energy

If you loved this information, check out the Little Passports Blog for more fun learning opportunities to share with your kids and maybe even get them started with a subscription of their own! (15% Off New Subscriptions at Little Passports Now – 4/8 with code: HAPPY5)

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Enter the Messiest Baby Photo Contest to win Great Prizes!


So far 137 messy baby photos were submitted for The Messiest Baby Photo Face-Off Contest – wow! Voting starts April 1st; there’s still time to submit your messy baby photo (ages 0-5)!  Win over 30 prizes from top kids brands (even prizes for mom like Jinja jewelry and Rockin’ Green Soap) Submit photo here by March 30th:

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