Monthly Archives: November 2015

NEW Disposable Robusto Electronic Cigars By E-Puffer

I (J) have always loved the smell and taste of a cigar. It reminds me of being a kid when the adults would be celebrating a special occasion or with the birth of a baby, as it was custom to give the new Father a celebratory cigar with either a blue or pink wrapper on it.

Seeing that I enjoy cigars, I was honored to be asked to try out the NEW Robusto Disposable Electronic Cigar from E-puffer.

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This E-Cigar comes filled with 1200 puffs which equals out to be the equivalent of 10 cigars so this should last you a while. It has a premium Cuban Cigar taste. I’ve personally never smoked a Cuban Cigar so I don’t exactly know what it should taste like but I found that it had a robust taste, as per the name, that kind of reminded me of chocolate.

Over all, I enjoy the occasional indulgence of this cigar and think that it would be enjoyed by experienced Cigar smokers.

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For more information about E-puffer and their products please visit their website HERE.

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Perfectly Pressed Jeans Without The Work

When it comes to my (J) clothes I prefer them to smell nice, be free of fuzzies and most of all wrinkle free! I can thank my Step-Mother for instilling these habits in me and I truly and honestly mean thank.

Seriously, how many men do you know that know how to properly do laundry and even know how to sew by hand?

One thing that I was brought up knowing was how to iron my clothes as I was in Karate and had to keep my Gi wrinkle free and it was proper to have pressed jeans/dress pants.

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To this day, I still love my jeans pressed but we don’t own an iron anymore. Do they even still make them? Any who, if you like pressed jeans and hate wasting time with ironing or trying to figure out what setting the dryer needs to be on. I have a secret tip for you:

• Wash your jeans/dress pants as you normally would. Don’t forget liquid fabric softener.
• After they’re done washing. Hang them over the towel rack.
• Be sure to straighten them out so that they’ll dry wrinkle free.
• Close the door and let the heat of the room dry them.
• Check them in a few hours and turn them over so the drier side is down.
• By the next morning you will have perfectly pressed jeans!

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Don’t worry if you forget to flip the pants over. As long as the door is closed they’ll dry.

This trick will save you from using the dryer for at least 2 loads if you separate your clothes. In turn saving you a few cents maybe even dollars each week.

* Disclosure: This is a trick that we (Frugal Canadian Coupon Mom) use. It may be different from the “regular” laundry routine but this is what works for us.

 

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Kidstir subscription box

Do your kids like to help out in the kitchen? Nowadays, learning to cook “real” food is essential to living a healthy lifestyle and Kidstir can help get kids involved with meal prep.

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Kidstir was created by a team of Moms who wanted to encourage kids to eat healthier and make healthier food choices by being involved in the kitchen as well as in the shopping process.

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We really love the way that the ladies at Kidstir put together a part of  their about section so we had to quote it! We hope you’ll love the way it makes you feel and hope it inspires you to grab your kids and run to the kitchen to create & learn as a family as much as it makes us.

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“We are moms who want to raise children who have a healthy and happy connection to food. We believe good food can be fun for kids—from shopping at the farmer’s market for ripe raspberries to cooking up a batch of homemade granola bars together in the kitchen. By educating and empowering our kids about food, we can prepare them to make smart, healthy choices, no matter what comes their way!”

What is Kidstir about?

•Learning based in hands-on fun
•Quality time for busy families
•Developmentally appropriate content
•Connecting families and communities
•Positive social impact
•Inspiring design
•Empowerment of children
•Focus on good food: real, fresh, nutritious, varied, delicious!

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This monthly subscription box http://kidstir.com/product-category/store/ is a great way to have kids make foods that are healthy. Our little guy loved learning about vegetable bags and how vegetables last longer when they aren’t enclosed in a plastic bag. He also enjoyed making his own animal cookies with the cookie cutters and recipe included in the box sent to us.

For more information about Kidstir please visit their website HERE.

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