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YIVA Naturals – 100% Natural Health Solutions

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Today, we’d like to introduce you to Yiva Naturalsa 100% Natural Health Solution.

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But first, you’re going to need a little bit of background on how it came to be:

After years of trying for a baby with no success, Rich and his wife Holly reached out to some friends (Cam & Emi) who had success using an all-natural drop; a product made from the root and leaf of the raspberry plant. Desperate to try something new and considering the all-natural benefits, they decided to give it a try. Just 45 days later, Holly was pregnant.

Thanks to their success, they purchased the formula from the doctor and four of them started Yiva Naturals, LLC, a company focused on using all-natural products to remedy various ailments.

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Yiva Naturals offers a lot more than just their fertility drops. With their Woman’s “Daily Balance” tonic, and all-natural allergy relief drops, their health solutions are helping more than just those struggling with infertility. The Daily Balance helps women dealing with cycle related issues (hot flashes, irregular cycles, PMS, painful ovulation or cramping) and the all-natural allergy relief drops teach the body to cope with allergens versus over-reacting to them.

Want to try them? Use the code: SSS20OFF  for 20% off your purchase this week!
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You can also enter to win 3 bottles of any Yiva Naturals products!

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Lifetime Wellness Challenge Review and Giveaway!

At one point or another, all six of us sisters have struggled with our health. Whether from being overweight, trying to lose babyweight, the freshman 15, or with trying to live a healthier lifestyle – it is hard. That is why we are SO excited to introduce you to our friends, Dianne and Valerie – the creators of the Lifetime Wellness Challenge. I will let them introduce themselves and their challenge, and I hope you will feel as inspired as we were! We would love for you to join us on this journey!

Lifetime Wellness Challenge

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Six years ago, Dianne and I were overweight and exhausted – physically, mentally and emotionally. We have both struggled with our weight since high school and have tried all the yo-yo diets and quick fixes we could stomach.  The losses were short-lived and the weight always returned bringing with it feelings of frustration and worthlessness as well as an insulin-resistance diagnosis for Dianne.  We were left searching for a healthy, reasonable, common sense approach to looking and feeling better.  After participating in a weight loss competition, we created Lifetime Wellness Challenge as a way to continue our own weight loss journey.  It has not only helped us each lose and maintain a 30-pound weight loss, but has helped hundreds of other people see amazing results.

 What is Lifetime Wellness Challenge?
Lifetime Wellness Challenge is an 8-week competition designed to help participants create sustainable healthy habits and lose weight along the way!  Teams compete in groups of 2 or 6 and earn points for making healthy choices: exercising, eating fruits and vegetables, drinking water, limiting sweets, not eating after 9 pm and supporting one another.   The team with the highest points overall at the end of the 8-week competition WINS A CASH PRIZE!  Everyone else WINS better health and the beginning of a lifetime of healthy choices.

The “SECRETS” of Lifetime Wellness Challenge’s SUCCESS 

  1. This is not a fad, a diet or a quick fix, but the results are long-term weight loss and improved overall health with the creation of lifelong habits.
  2. There are no extra products to buy.  You decide what to eat and how to make healthy nutrition fit into your own routine and lifestyle.  We’ll give you tips on how to incorporate them!
  3. This competition is for EVERYONE whether you’re trying to lose weight or not.  We have tracks available for Weight Loss, Weight Maintenance and Healthy Living.
  4. Community Support – Our participants and fans can connect on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest, as well as on our blog and weekly Hot Topic articles.
  5. ACCOUNTABILITY – This is the beauty of being on a team.  You have built in support, encouragement, and most importantly – ACCOUNTABILITY!

Who is Lifetime Wellness Challenge right for?

 WOMEN
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MEN
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FAMILIES
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 You can find more Lifetime Wellness Challenge success stories on our website.


WORKPLACE
Several of our teams have started as coworkers helping each other get fit.  We offer special rates for companies who want to design a challenge specific to their company or want to sponsor their employees in our regular challenges.  You can find more information about this on our website.


How can you join Lifetime Wellness Challenge?

Joining the Lifetime Wellness Challenge family is simple – just follow the Register Now link on our website.  Registrations are available NOW for the April Buddy and Individual challenge that begins on April 21st and for Team, Buddy and Individual challenges that will begin in May.  Sign up and let us help you achieve your weight loss goals.

Healthy living is a choice.  It is not easy; but the benefits are worth the hard work and dedication.  Lifetime Wellness Challenge has helped Dianne and I regain control of our health, our lives and our happiness!  Give us the opportunity to help you reclaim your life as well…

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  • 4 individual registrations ($40 value each).  (Each giveaway can be used towards any team, buddy or individual registration.)
  • Spot(s) on the Six Sister’s team for the May challenge

 

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WorldLabel Giveaway (And 2 Other Winners!)

This week’s giveaway is sponsored by WorldLabel.com!
WorldLabel is a company that specializes in manufacturing blank label sheets for any occasion. Perfect for keeping track of all your belongings, they have labels from addresses and shipping, to CDs and other media, to home and business.  All of their labels are formatted to fit your current label templates – whether they’re Mac, Windows, or Linux. These non-curl, jam-free labels are available in over 50 sizes, and each size is available in fluorescent, pastel, clear, glossy, or matte colors.
Here are some of the great ways you can use your labels:
Check out these super cute wedding labels!
These are perfect for organizing anything you’ve got laying around!
These retro birthday printables are perfect for any age!
These cute chalk labels are so cute…
…and perfect for SO many different containers!
This is just one of the many holiday prints that they have to offer!
This week’s giveaway will be for SIX lucky readers! Each winner will receive 100 sheets of any size label in standard white matte material with permanent adhesive.
Here is how to enter:
1. Head over to WorldLabel to look at their store and leave a comment below to let us know what your favorite downloadable template is.
2. “Like” WorldLabel on Facebook and leave a comment below to let us know.
3. Pick your favorite item from WorldLabel on Pinterest and pin it, then leave a comment below to let us know what you pinned.
Please leave a separate comment for each entry.
To be sure that you are contacted if you win, please leave your email address in the comment so that we can contact you.
Winner will be announced on Wednesday, June 27th.
We’ve got one more winner of for the Cyberspecialties Compilation Book from Robbygurl’s Creations:
Sheri King!
 
And for the winner of $30 Amazon Gift Card from BlueMing Deals:
Lisa Kersey!
Please contact us within 48 hours to claim your prize!
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Low Fat Mexican Manicotti



Low Fat Mexican Manicotti
2 cans fat free refried beans
1 pkg taco seasoning
14 to 16 manicotti shells uncooked (whole wheat if you can find them)
2 (16 oz) bottles/cans green taco sauce
1 cup low fat mozzarella grated cheese

Stuff mixture into uncooked shells. I use a plastic baggie with a cut corner. Then squeeze the mixture in both sides of the manicotti shell.

Lay stuffed shells into a 9X13 pan. Mix the green taco sauce with 1 bottle of water. (Use one of the bottles the sauce came in.) Pour sauce over manicotti, cover with foil, and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Remove from heat and sprinkle with cheese. Put back in oven until cheese is melted without the foil this time.

Garnish with green onions, olives, tomatoes, and cut up lettuce.
Happy Cooking!

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Valentine Brownie Pizza

 

We are huge pizza lovers and have passed this pizza loving gene on to our kids!  When we thought it couldn’t get any better, we found pizza in a brownie form! Are you kidding…shut the front door!!  Our 2 favorite foods in one recipe!  :)  Doesn’t get any better than this!  You will love this fun brownie pizza for your Valentine parties.  Get your kids involved  by letting them add their own pizza toppings.
 
Valentine Brownie Pizza Recipe
 
The brownie crust is our Fudgy Brownie Recipe.
 
Brownie Pizza Crust Ingredients:
8 Tablespoons cocoa powder
1 cup (2 sticks) margarine
2 cups granulated sugar
4 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 1/2 cups all purpose flour
pinch of salt
 
Directions:
Grease 2 pizza pans (12 or 13 inch pans).  Preheat oven to 325 degrees.  Melt margarine. Stir in cocoa.  Mix sugar and eggs in mixing bowl.  Stir in margarine and cocoa.  Add vanilla, flour, and salt. Spoon half of the batter into  the greased pizza pan.  This recipe makes 2 brownie pizzas.  Cook one pizza at a time.  Bake 17 minutes.  Let cool completely.
 
Frosting Ingredients:
1 pound powdered sugar
1/2 cup (1 stick) margarine (room temperature)
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 Tablespoons milk
Red food coloring
 
Directions:
Combine frosting ingredients and mix well until smooth. Add enough food coloring to get your frosting as dark as you want it for your pizza sauce. Frost cooled pizza. Don’t go all the way to the edge so that the brownie will show for your pizza crust. This will frost both pizzas.
 
Pizza Toppings:
4 ounces almond bark (shredded)
Mini Oreos
peanuts
peanut butter chips
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Directions:
Shred your almond bark with a cheese grater to look like mozzarella cheese.  Sprinkle it over the frosting and then add your pizza toppings. Add any other fun toppings to your liking!   
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Roasted Parmesan Potatoes Recipe

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Between Friday and Saturday, we taught 5 different classes at the Pinners Conference in Salt Lake City, UT (which is a new conference all about Pinterest!). We taught classes on Freezer Meals (and showed how easy it is to assemble them), classes on yummy desserts for a crowd, and even a class on our favorite family dinners. Orson Gygi was the sponsor of the kitchen and HOLY COW- talk about kitchen envy!

We received a lot of comments from the hundreds of people who attended our classes over the weekend that their favorite recipes are those tried-and-true classics that even the pickiest kids will love, but that are still  easy to make.

Well friends, it doesn’t get much easier than this! The ingredients are most likely in your cupboards, they are super easy to make, and my picky four-year-old boy loves to dip them in ketchup (he thinks that they are square french fries). This is seriously one of my go-to side dishes and I am sorry that we haven’t put them on the blog yet!

Roasted Parmesan Potatoes
Ingredients:
5-6 medium sized potatoes (I like using red potatoes or Russet potatoes), skins on, scrubbed and diced
3-4 tablespoons olive oil
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese (the kind that you shake over spaghetti!)
1 1/2 teaspoons paprika
3/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper

Directions:
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
Line a large baking sheet (I use a 15x10x1″ jelly roll pan) with aluminum foil and spray with non-stick cooking spray. Dump diced potatoes on the foil-lined pan. Drizzle the olive oil over the potatoes and using your hands, gently toss the potatoes until oil has covered all the potatoes.
In a small bowl, mix together the Parmesan cheese, paprika, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Sprinkle over the potatoes and once again use your hands to incorporate spices over the potatoes.
Place pan in the oven and cook for 35-45 minutes, stirring every 10-15 minutes so that they are evenly cooked and don’t get burned on the bottom. When finished baking, remove from oven and sprinkle with additional salt and pepper if desired.

Makes 4-5 servings.

To make this recipe we used:
A non stick cookie sheet (found HERE) A small glass bowl (found HERE)

Looking for more potato recipes?
Potato Ham Soup
Mashed Potato Pot Pie
Potato Dumplings
Loaded Potato Skins
Loaded Potato Salad

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10 Moving Tips and Tricks

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Moving can be very stressful because there are so many things to do and remember.  Hopefully this post will  make your move a little easier as you get ready to start your new adventure!

 

Boxes

You will need a LOT of boxes.  You will easily pay $1 to $5 per box. In this last move, I had over 30 boxes. That would be a big chunk of money if I didn’t plan ahead.  Some people like to buy brand new boxes and I’m not saying that is bad, I personally didn’t want to spend over $100 for boxes.  Start collecting boxes about 6 months before you move.  Ask your neighbors, friends for any extra boxes they may have setting around.  You could also check out Craigslist for some cheap or free boxes.  Grocery stores, book stores or other stores will give their boxes away.  All you have to do is ask.

(Just a random tip, storing your things in bins are great, but they are not very good for moving.  They do not stack well when they are heavy and can easily crack in the move.)

Wants and Needs

My rule is that if I haven’t used it in the last 2 years then I probably won’t use it again.  You could make a little money by selling your items on Craigslist or by having a Garage Sale.  I starting going through my things about 2 months before we left so I would have plenty of time to sell items.

 Address To Do List

One thing I don’t love about moving is that you have to change your address on EVERYTHING!  Make sure you have the correct address and let the post office know. Then notify those involved through bills and payments.  Be sure to include banks, insurance companies, doctors, dentists, utilites, magazines, newspapers.

 

Find a Moving Company

Whether you are using a truck and driving it yourself, or having a company do it for you,  find something that fits for you at least 1 month before you leave.

I consider myself an experienced mover. My little family has moved 7 times to 4 states in the last 8 years. We recently moved across the country and this time we used a company called UPack. It has been our best experience so far. We used their Relocube Moving Containers and they worked out great! You can read my experience with Upack HERE.

Know the Date

You will need to know the exact date that you are planning on moving not only for your moving company, but also so you can let your family and friends know.  The more moving help you have, the faster it will go!

 

Take Pictures

Do you like the way your house looks right now?  Be sure to take pictures of where your picture frames are hanging and your clock in front of your candle sticks sit.  You will be surprised how much you forget where your things were before you moved.

Sticker System

I call it the sticker system but you can do what works best for you.  As you start packing, be sure to label your boxes with the room they go in and what is in the box. I labeled mine with stickers. The Kitchen was red, the girls room was pink, etc. That way when you unload you know which room that box will go in.

Also be sure to label all glass, and other valuables as FRAGILE.  Write it big so everyone can see it.

 

Grocery Shop
Grocery shop about 2 weeks before you move.  Make a grocery list from the items currently in your house so you you can use it up.  This way you won’t have to pack as much food.  About 4 days before you leave, you can get freezer meals such as a frozen lasagna. You won’t need anything other than your oven and some plastic plates and forks.  This way you can pack up everything else in your kitchen.

 

Pack a Suitcase

As your moving day gets closer,  I would highly suggest packing a suitcase. Pack all the things you will need in the next week, clothes, underwear, make up, shampoo, etc.  That way you can pack everything in your house, including your bathrooms.  Also when you get to your new place you will know where all your necessities are. 

Packing Tips

1. To save a little money, use newspapers, towels, blankets and clothes to pack plates and other fragile items instead of buying bubble wrap.

2.  Leave your clothes on the hanger and put a garbage bag over them from the bottom. Then use a rubber band to secure all of your hangers together while tying the garbage bag to the hangers.

3. For your drawers,  Leave your clothes in them! Take the drawers out when you move the dresser and put the drawers back in when it is in the moving truck.

4. Pack and clean your refrigerator last. If possible, bring your condiments with you in a cooler.  Getting rid of them will cost you a chunk of money to replace.  Even if you are on the road for a few days, you can always add more ice.

5. Pack beds and sheets close to the front of your truck or pods.  Set up your beds right when you get there so you will have a place to sleep that night.

6. Plastic Bags for extra clothes, blankets, pillows, and towels. Bags are perfect for filling the extra holes when packing up your truck!

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