Stephen P. Ryder knows a thing or two about puzzles, after all, his nickname is “The Puzzle Barron.” Puzzle Baron’s Logic Puzzles contains 200 grid-based puzzles, and then there are the 10,000 unique puzzles to compliment the book online. Read my review.
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400 Calories or Less! To be totally honest, before I received Light and Delish’s 400 Calories or Less! I had absolutely no clue what a bookazine was–I had never heard the term. Turns out a bookazine is a hybrid of a book and a magazine. The pages are glossy like a magazine but the binding […]
Hit the Trail with a Spirit of Adventure My husband loves to backback and hike. We’ve been on some casual day hikes and some seriously gnarly backpacking adventures. Hiking and backpacking are inexpensive and great ways to see Nature and get in some exercise. They are activities that can be done by any age and […]
DryPro Four Unique Types of DRYPro Waterproof Body Protection Feature with Giveaway Summer has many joys. For my family it involves lazy pool days, dashes through sprinklers, arsenols of water balloons; in short, it’s water we flock to in an effort to stay cool and frolic in for fun! Fortunately, we’ve remained intact with no […]
Meet Bobbi, the writer and creator behind the blog, A Vision to Remember Name and location: Bobbie located in Idaho, USA Blog: A Vision to Remember How did your blog’s name come to be? I started out with I am only 1 woman. I felt that the saying “I am only 1, but still I […]