Author: Carla Pruitt

Cubbie Lee Wooden Building Blocks

Building Blocks of Fun for Kids and Adults  The weather outside can certainly be frightful with winter storms, inversions, and freezing temperatures. Old man winter will often force my kids indoors after school and during the weekends. Now, I can only handle so much “Bob the Train” or “Peppa Pig” cartoons, so I’m constantly looking for ways to entertain my 4-year-old son. His favorite toys currently are trucks, cars, airplanes, and mommy. The role of a human jungle gym is in the script for all moms, but my arms and legs could use a break from time to time. That’s where wooden building blocks come in to offer...

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Water Bottle Comparison Review

Reduce Plastic with a Purified Solution  Okay. I have a confession. And please don’t hate me as I am working on changing my ways. I am a plastic bottle consumer. Whether I am at the gym or hiking, I tend to prefer plastic bottled water instead of a reusable glass or metal water bottle. One reason is I am struggling to find a solution that doesn’t taste like plastic or metal. However, I understand that plastic bottles tend to be buried in our landfills, which is not helping the environment by any means. So, I am on the hunt for the perfect water...

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Best of Hammock Review

Enjoy the Final Weeks of Summer from a Hammock  Utah arguably has one of the best backyards in the country and coincidentally, I just happen to live in the state. Utah boosts five National Parks (Arches, Canyonlands, Bryce, Zion, Capitol Reef); 43 state parks; and many campgrounds and hiking trails. If you can’t get a hold of me on a weekend, chances are I’m in the mountains somewhere with my family enjoying the sunshine and scenery far away from cell service.   My weekend warrior inventory will usually include the following:  Kids (given) Dog Kayak Lifejackets Food Sunscreen and bug spray Toys Hammocks The last item on...

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Car Guys Cleaner Review

Get Tough on Dirt with a Premium Super Cleaner Show of hands here: how many of you have kids and have immaculate cars or trucks sitting in your garage? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? If you are that one person in the back raising your hand, I am envious. With two kids and a very active outdoor lifestyle, my car is always dirty. My oldest son plays t-ball and swims; my youngest is a baby, and dirt particles seem to attach to his little body wherever he goes. Yours truly runs half marathons and the occasional triathlon. Oh, I also have...

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Lily Trotters compression socks: Pregnancy Must-Have

Products from Amazon.com Lily Trotters Women's Designer Athletic Compression Socks, Four Kisses Black - Small/Medium Price: $39.99 ‹ › Lily Trotters:   Pregnancy Must-Have   As a runner, I have a love/hate relationship with compression socks. For those unfamiliar with compression socks (also known as compression stockings), these are socks that you wear to help improve blood flow to your legs. Many athletes swear by compression socks. Runners will wear compression socks to prevent leg cramps, swelling, and other mechanical problems that commonly occur while running long distances. I’ve used compression socks for longer races. In some cases, the...

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