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Shugar Soapworks – Beautiful soaps that not only clean, but also saves lives

 

I love to fill my home with beautiful things – most especially things that smell lovely. I pride myself on making my home very welcoming and inviting to friends, family and guests.

When I know we’re having company over I go all out to make sure our home is not only clean, but I also like to add a few nice “finishing touches” to truly delight my guests. That can be everything from yummy treats to beautifully scented candles.

I like to offer my guests the “good” towels and best linens. I even go so far as to use beautiful soap in the bathroom. Actually… I enjoy having beautiful soap in the bathroom all the time.

I was recently introduced to a unique soap company called Shugar Soapworks. I like the name “Shugar” (sugar). When I think of the brand’s name I think of sweet smelling soaps.

Shugar Soapworks offers consumer a line of lovely hand soaps (you can use them in the shower too!) that are not only good for your skin, but also smell delightful.

I was sent a wonderful assortment of Shugar Soapworks soaps to sample and review. I received the following.

  • Rose
  • Lemon Verbena
  • Honey Almond
  • Cucumber Melon
  • Oatmeal & Verbena
  • Oatmeal & Coconut
  • Lemon Slices
  • Oatmeal & Lavendar

Shugar Soapworks soaps are cruelty-free and made only from the purest plant-derived ingredients. They never use sulfates, parabens, or animal by-products.

Each of the soaps has it’s own unique scent. What I like about the scents is that they smell natural – not artificial or “chemical-like.” The scents are subtle. It’s not like you are washing your hands (or body) with a bar of perfume. I prefer the subtle fragrances.

Shugar Soapworks is bar soap. I know that some people prefer liquid hand soaps or body wash. Not me. Call me “old school” but I prefer actual bars of soap.

Each of the soaps is good for your skin – as well as your spirit. Take for example the oatmeal soaps. Not only does the oatmeal help to clean and exfoliate your skin, but the uplifting scents are sure to make you smile.

I discovered just how wonderful oatmeal can be when I was pregnant with our daughter. I had incredibly itchy skin and the doctor recommended that I use oatmeal products (soap, soaks and similar). WOW! It made such a difference. Since then I have been a fan of oatmeal products. Add in a delightful scent and you have yourself a “must have” product.

If I had to pick my top three scents from Shugar Soapworks I’d say Rose, Lemon Slices and Oatmeal & Coconut. They all smell amazing, but those would be my top three (if I had to choose).

The Rose scented soap reminds me of my great-grandmother. I don’t know why. There is just something very classy and nostalgic about the scent.

PHOTO SOURCE: Shugar Soapworks Facebook Page – Pretty packaging!

Shugar Soapworks soaps are just as lovely to look at as they are to use. The packaging is really pretty. You could easily tuck a few bars in a gift basket. Each one-of-a-kind keepsake box tells a story of exquisite beauty and delicacy. Their packaging is also 100% recyclable, a perfect complement to their completely biodegradable soaps.

Shugar Soapworks soaps are not only wonderful to use, but the brand is very much into charitable work.

Shugar Soapworks fervently believes that Clean Hands Save Lives™. That’s why we work closely with our customers to identify nonprofit organizations across the country that can use individually wrapped bars of Shugar Soapworks soaps to better the lives of others.

By providing natural, sustainably crafted soaps, we hope to improve the health of those in our communities who are at high risk of illness. Since launching, we’ve delivered soaps to vital organizations like Comfort Cases, CityTeam Portland, The Los Angeles Mission, Operation Gratitude, Working Wardrobes, SOVA and more, from California to Massachusetts, Oregon to Virginia, and states in-between.

When Shugar Soapworks sent me soap to review they sent me a lot of bars. I knew it would take years for my family to use them all up. With the brand’s permission I donated a good chunk of the samples to a local woman’s charity that helps low income women/families, domestic abuse victims and others.

It made me feel really good to donate these pretty soaps to women who might be going through some really tough times. I hope the sweet smelling soaps lifted their spirits and helped them to feel relaxed and/or energized.

FYI… Shugar Soapworks soaps are not only for women. Men can enjoy them too. My husband happens to like the Honey Almond soap. Both of my kids (young adults) also enjoy the soaps. My husband and son DON’T think they are too “girly” at all. Trust me, if they thought that way they would never use them.

In addition to being charitable, Shugar Soapworks also believes in strong women. They understand what women around the world go through and how strong they need to be. Strong women need soft hands, which is what Shugar Soapworks is about.

If you are interested in learning more about this amazing brand visit ShugarSoapworks.com. I would encourage readers to visit the brand’s website to learn more about this remarkable brand and all that they stand for.

You can find Shugar Soapworks soap at many retail locations across the country. To find a store near you visit the brand’s website and click on the “Store Finder” tab. Dollar Tree and Dollar General are two locations across the country you can find the soaps. You can also find the soap on Amazon.

What do you think of Shugar Soapworks? Do any of the soaps stand out to you?

Kimberly

*I received free product samples to review. I donated most of the samples to a local woman’s charity. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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zulily Presents: Fall for You – Styling lesson, trendy fashions, budget-friendly clothing and more!

 

I don’t know about you, but whenever the seasons change I take a good, hard look at my wardrobe. It seems like I am always in need for a few new pieces to add to my collection. It’s not so much that I “need” something new, but more so that I “want” something new. I like to keep up with the trends, and after I’ve worn a piece for more than a year I feel like it’s time to let it go (donate it or throw it out, depending on it’s condition).

I’m always interested in what is considered the “in” fashion trends of the season, and what colors seem to be most popular. Often I’ll Google it so I have some idea what I should be looking for.

Zulily is making things easier with a special series of styling sessions being hosted on Facebook Live. Here are the details.

zulily will be going live on Facebook at 10 a.m. PDT each day this week During these sessions, viewers can learn how to create these looks at home thanks to styling commentary from a panel of experts, including zulily buyers and stylists and Seattle-based fashion bloggers: Bre Sheppard of BreSheppard.com, Sahily Perez of Pretty in Pigment, Asa Herrman of Lace and Pearls, and Emma Cortes of Emma’s Edition. Upcoming fashion themes covered will include, Luxe Textures, Fall Prints, and Curve Appeal and all sessions will highlight trend-forward apparel inclusive of all body types and budgets. See below for links to their latest two Facebook live sessions:

zulily’s shoppable Facebook Live styling sessions will air the following dates:

  • Monday, Sept. 18 – Pops of Red
  • Tuesday, Sept. 19 – Budget-Friendly Buys
  • Wednesday, Sept. 20 – Curve Appeal
  • Thursday, Sept. 21 – Fall Prints
  • Friday, Sept. 22 – Luxe Textures

As a plus size woman I am thrilled that zulily buyers have been partnering with and encouraging women’s vendors to add plus-sizes to their product offerings.  In fact, zulily counts over 900 vendors and 1,500 brands that have featured plus-size styles on the site, including ten unique plus-size brands that are exclusive to zulily!

I’m actually in the market for some new tunics. I have some great leggings that I’d like to find tunics to wear with. There are several sellers on zulily that carry not only plus size tunics, but also many other hip and trendy plus size fashions.

“Our customers are looking for unique, yet achievable ways to incorporate trend-forward styles for fall into their wardrobes at an affordable price point,” said Susan Connell, VP of Women’s Merchandising at zulily. “Through our “zulily Presents: Fall for You” Facebook Live styling sessions, we’ll help women discover brands that complement their body shape and new ways to wear this fall’s hottest trends, without breaking the bank.”

You can find some amazing buys that are truly “budget friendly.” I know from personal experience that plus size fashions can be pricey. I found some truly great deals on zulily.

Zulily has more than just plus size fashions – they have everything from toys to home decor and from pet products to garden essentials, and just about everything else in between.

Zulily is free to join. I recommend checking the site daily for new deals and products. Some products get sold quickly and you certainly wouldn’t want to miss out on them.

If you are interested in learning more about what zulily has to offer, as well as to learn more about upcoming fall fashion trends, ask fall style questions and discover new inclusive fashion brands, visit zulily.com and facebook.com/zulily.

Do you shop on zulily? What is your favorite thing to purchase on the site?

Kimberly

*I have partnered with zulily to bring you this information. I will receive a gift card for my participation. There is no other compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Fake Candles Craft – Great for all seasons/holidays (and so easy to make!)

 

I will be the first person to say that I am not very crafty. I used to be, and I still want to be, but it’s not always easy for me to do the crafts I want to do. I simply don’t have the time between my family, work and my blog. I also don’t have the physical space needed to do a lot of different crafts. On those occasions I do a craft it’s usually something quick and easy.

I am addicted to Pinterest. I “pin” crafts all the time on that site – both for my own personal use and for work (I work with kindergartners).

I’m a HUGE fan of decorating for the holidays and seasons, so many of my craft pins are related to them.

One evening while browsing on Pinterest I saw a craft where you can make candles out of paper towel (or toilet paper) cardboard rolls. I wish I had the original site/photo that I saw the project on. I suppose if you look up “paper towel candles” or “floating candle craft” on Pinterest you might find similar ones.

Please disregard the strings. I made these to be hanging candles but you can make them without the string to display on a table top.

Floating Candles

I have a lot of paper towel and toilet paper tubes collected to use on crafts with the kids I work with. I already had the main piece I needed for the “candles.” Here are the rest of the supplies.

  • Paper towel/Toilet paper cardboard rolls
  • Hot glue gun (I used Westcott Mini Hot Glue Gun (High Temp Model) and Wescott Hot Glue Pen)
  • Hot glue gun sticks (I used Westcott because they work with my glue gun/pen)
  • Paint (I chose white and a glitter paint to add some sparkle)
  • Paintbrush
  • Finishing line or clear string (only if you plan on handing the candles)
  • Long needle (only if you plan on hanging the candles)
  • Scissors (Westcott has great non-stick scissors which are ideal for this project)
  • Small battery operated candles (I got mine from the Dollar Store – 2/$1)

Directions:

Make sure your cardboard roll is clean. Pull off any loose paper towel/toilet paper.

Using the scissors, cut one side of the roll with a bit of a “wavy” pattern to it. When candles melt they don’t always melt evenly, so you want to give your fake candle as realistic of an appearance as you can. I neglected to do this part at first. I decided to do it after I had painted them.

You can also cut the tubes to different sizes.

Using your selected paint, paint the entire tube. You might need to do 2-3 coats depending on the paint you used.

I found it easier to stand the tube upright. I put the tubes over prescription bottles so they would stand up right when I was painting them and when they are drying. Spice jars might work too.

Paint an inch or two on the INSIDE of the tube on both end too. You don’t want any of the original cardboard color to show.

Allow the tubes to dry completely.

Plug in your hot glue gun and make sure you have plenty of glue sticks on hand (this craft requires several glue sticks). I’m glad my Wescott Mini Hot Glue Gun heats up quickly. I was anxious to see how my candles would look.

I opted for my Westcott Mini Glue Gun High Temperature Model because I wanted the glue to be a “liquidy” as possible. It can reach up to 400 degrees! This model Wescott Glue Gun is great for;

  • Glass
  • Stone
  • Marble
  • Ceramic
  • Floral arrangements
  • Denim
  • Heavy fabrics

I realize that cardboard is not on this list. I was a bit worried the glue might be too hot, but it wasn’t. It worked out perfectly for my needs.

Westcott also has a low temperature model which is great for crafting;

  • Plastic
  • Felt
  • Styrofoam
  • Paper
  • Silk

Once the hot glue was ready I took one of my painted tubes and squeezed some hot glue on the INSIDE of the tube about an inch or so down. This glue will act as a “ledge” that your battery operated candle will sit on when in use. You cannot glue the battery operated candle to the tube or you won’t be able to turn it on/off. You need to be able to remove it from the tube. By making this “ledge” the candle has something to sit on so it won’t fall through the tube.

It doesn’t have to be perfect. Just squeeze some glue around the sides (even back and forth if you want). It’s just a way of keeping the battery operated candle from sliding through the tube.

Once that glue hardens (it did so quickly) you are ready to add glue to the outside. Using your hot glue gun, squeeze glue all the way around the end of the tube you made the inner ledge. You want the glue to look like it’s dripping – just like hot wax does on real candles. You can keep adding glue until you get your desired look. I ended up going back over a few of them with my Westcott Hot Glue Pen because it gives you precision accuracy, so I was able to add just the right amount of glue in the places I felt like I needed a bit more.

Photo Source: Westcott

This little Hot Glue Pen from Wescott is ideal for any crafting project you might have. It’s also great for quick repairs around your home. The Wescott Hot Glue Pen features;

  • Non-Stick tip for easy clean-up
  • Nozzle changes from blue to red, indicating when the pen is hot and ready for use
  • Top-mounted finger trigger allows for controlled glue dispensing

It can also be used on;

  • Plastic
  • Felt
  • Styrofoam
  • Paper
  • Silk

After you have achieved the look you are going for, let the glue dry completely. After it’s dried you can go back over it with some more paint (I used both white paint and a clear glitter paint).

Allow the tubes to dry completely.

The tube before I painted over the glue and tube with more white paint and glitter paint.

The glitter paint gave the tubes a nice texture.

If you want to hang your candles up to give them a “floating candle” appearance (great for Halloween), thread clear string or fishing line into a long needle (a quilting needle would work).

Using a long needle, pop a hole in one side of the candle (just below where you made that inner “ledge” out of hot glue) and pass the needle all the way through to the other side, keeping the needle as straight as possible (another words have the needle go straight across – not at an angle). If you don’t go straight across your candle will tip when you hang it up (unless you are not going to hang it up). Decide how much string you want and then cut and tie off the end.

If you prefer to make a centerpiece simply use your hot glue gun to adhere the candles to whatever platform you want to use.

Here are some photo and a brief video of my finished candles.

 

I intentionally took the video in the dark so that you can see the lighted candles.

This project was so much fun and oh-s0-easy to make. I plan on making this again but as a centerpiece for Christmas. I was going to make 3-4 candles of varying height and glue them together and surround them with some greenery and small ornaments. If/When I make that I’ll update this post with a photo or two.

People assume that hot glue guns are only to adhere a few things together. As you can see there are plenty of other fun things to do with hot glue. Just check out Pinterest. You’d be surprised at how many fun projects you can do. I have seen jewelry, wallets and bowls made out of hot glue.

Wescott non-stick scissors are great for this project. They cut through the cardboard tubes with ease.

Even hot glue dispensers have evolved over the years. The Westcott brand of hot glue guns and pen feature non-stick tips for easy clean up, a nozzle that changes from blue to red so you know when the pen/gun is ready for use, and a finger friendly trigger for dispensing the glue.

If you would like to learn more about Wescott products visit WestcottCreativators.com or WestcottBrand.com/products.html. You can also find some wonderful, creative ideas on the brand’s site or by visiting WestcottBrand.com/craft-projects.html.

The brand can also be found on social media. All of their links are found on their website (bottom right).

Do you use hot glue guns for crafting? Have you ever tried a hot glue pen?

What are some of your favorite projects you’ve made with hot glue? Feel free to share your thoughts. I always love to hear from readers.

Kimberly

*I have partnered with Westcott to bring you this information. I received free products to do this project as well as compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. 

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Home Warranties – a “must have” for all home owners

 

My family and I live in New York state. Thankfully we haven’t been exposed to too much bad weather, except for an occasional hurricane (Sandy) and snow storms.

My heart goes out to everyone in Texas and Florida affected by recent hurricanes. I cannot even begin to imagine how horrific those events were. I saw photo and videos on television and online and I am in awe of how destructive nature can be.

I cannot imagine losing not only personal items, but also things like furniture and appliances. Even a little damage could make an appliance unusable.

With all this bad weather that has been happening recently, it has made me take a better look at our homeowners insurance and the types of home warranties in New York, where we live.

We did have to take advantage of our home owners insurance back when Hurricane Floyd hit New York (1999). We lost power for three days. Sadly all of our fish died (there was no electricity for their water pump) and we lost all the food in our refrigerator.

Our insurance did cover food replacement, but we had a $500 deductible we had to reach first. UGH! It ended up costing us over $300 to replace everything that we had to get rid of.

We don’t have a home warranty – yet. I have been researching what is available, the cost of owning a home warranty, and what exactly it covers. From what I’ve learned, home warranties typically cover;

  • Central Air Conditioning
  • Central Heating
  • Interior Electrical System
  • Refrigerator/Icemaker
  • Range/Oven/Cooktop
  • Dishwasher
  • Built in Microwave
  • Plumbing
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Washer/Dryer

and more.

NOT ALL home warranties cover these items. Some do, some don’t. You would also need to check on repairs due to “acts of God” such as hurricane or flooding damage.

That is why you need to do your research. Some might eve cover bigger things like a Jacuzzi or swimming pool.

If you live in an apartment, or rent, you most likely wouldn’t need a home warranty because your landlord should already have taken care of it for you.

Owning a home can be costly. It’s bad enough that here in New York we have to pay state, county and school taxes, let alone having to worry about fixing a broken dishwasher.

I have looked at different home warranty companies, especially those that are available for New York residents, and I am surprised to find that they are not that expensive. I’ve seen some affordable ones, even ones with low deductibles. I found one with a $50 deductible. It cost more than triple that to have the refrigerator repairman come to our home. I should know, before we replaced our refrigerator we had to call the repairman twice to fix the same problem in the freezer.

Personally I think that a warranty is a “must have” if you own a home. If it ends up saving us money in the long run, and provides us with peace of mind knowing that if anything goes wrong it can be fixed (providing that it’s covered under your plan), then it’s well worth every penny.

I’m curious to know… how many readers are home owners? How many have a home warranty?

If you have a home warranty for your home, do you feel that it’s well worth it? Do you have any experience with a home warranty – good or bad?

Feel free to leave a comment on this post and share your thoughts and experiences. It could not only help me to decide what is best for our family, but it can also provide insight for other readers who might be considering a home warranty too.

Kimberly

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Get the party started with Netflix Birthdays-On Demand Videos

 

Let’s face it, all parents want their child’s birthday to be extra special. There is just about nothing we’ll do for our children, especially on their birthdays.

My kids don’t really care much about their birthdays anymore (one is almost 18 and the other is 20). They would rather hang out with their friends then their family. That’s fine. It’s all a part of the “circle of life.”

When my kids were little I always wanted their birthday to be “picture perfect.” That wasn’t always the case.

One year for my son’s 3rd birthday I opted to bake a cake instead of buying a sheet cake like we normally do. I am not much of a baker. I try but I always seem to mess up – even with boxed cake mixes.

That one year I wanted to bake a birthday care for our son and our extended family. I baked the cake according to directions. Sadly, when I went to remove the cake chunks of it stuck to the pan, leaving two giant holes in the cake.

There was no time for me to bake another cake, so I had to improvise. I ended up decorating the cake with some of my son’s construction vehicles (Matchbox/Hot Wheels size). The holes in the cake were turned into a quarry, complete with malted milk ball “boulders” and crushed up cookie “dirt.”

The funny thing is that everyone at the party thought I intentionally decorated the cake that way. Little did they know that I ruined the cake but found a creative way to “save” it.

So… I make it a point not to bake anymore. Either my husband does it or I buy a cake. LOL!

Netflix recently did a poll about children’s birthdays and found some interesting responses.

Young children not only want special cakes, but they also want themed parties. Popular characters include Barbie, LEGO, My Little Pony, Pokeman and Skylanders.

Imagine if your child’s favorite characters could be there at their birthday party. Maybe not in person, but they can be there in spirit.

Netflix just launched “Birthdays On Demand” – a series of 15 Birthdays On-Demand featurettes featuring birthday greetings from kids’ favorite characters.

The videos are not personalized to your child. They are generic birthday wishes.

Available characters include DreamWorks All Hail King Julien, Barbie, Beat Bugs, DreamWorks Dinotrux, Las Leyendas, LEGO Friends, LEGO Ninjago, Luna Petunia, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir, My Little Pony, Pokemon, Project Mc2, Skylanders Academy, DreamWorks Trollhunters and Word Party. To find these videos, search the keywords “birthday,” “birthdays,” “Birthdays On-Demand” or “birthday songs” on Netflix.

Check out this brief trailer to give you a sneak peek at what you can expect with Netflix Birthdays-On Demand Videos.

 

How cute! I can only imagine the excitement a child would have waking up to special birthday wishes from his/her favorite character.

Netflix was kind enough to send me a little birthday “kit” featuring red velvet cake mix, frosting, sprinkles, candles and decorations. To date we have not made the cake – yet. I don’t bake (I’ve learned my lesson the hard way) so I have been waiting for my husband or my kids to bake the cake for me. Everyone has been super busy (plus we were not home this weekend – we were upstate) so we’ll have to look forward to the cake either later on this week or next weekend.

I love the Netflix candles. They are pretty cool. I wonder if I can find letter candles to spell our people’s names?

When we have the chance to bake the cake I’ll upload a photo of the finished product.

What do you think of Netflix “Birthdays On Demand” videos? Do you think you’ll set them up for your child (or grandchild) on their special day?

What is your child’s favorite Netflix show?

Feel free to share your thoughts. I always love to hear from readers.

For more information about Netlfix visit Netflix.com. Netflix can also be found on social media.

Kimberly

*I am a member of the Netflix Stream Team. I received a free subscription and Apple TV in exchange for my participation. There was no other compensation. The opinions expressed are my own unless otherwise noted.

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Managing your pet’s weight – healthy tips from Petcurean

 

Our obese cat Anakin who NEEDS to lose weight.

Are you concerned about your weight? Do you monitor what you eat and drink, and make sure to get plenty of exercise?

The diet industry is HUGE in this country. It seems like every day there is a new diet, or “miracle weight loss” product on the market.

People want to lose weight to not only look good, but to feel good too. Being overweight can also lead to health issues.

Sadly, many pet parents don’t think the same way about their pet’s weight.

Did you know that 22-44% of pets weigh more than their ideal body weight? Obesity can contribute to major health problems for your pet including diabetes in cats and decreasing the lifespan of your dog. I should know, we have a diabetic cat, Velcro. Velcro was once overweight. At one point he tipped the scales at almost 24 pounds. We didn’t intend for him to get that big. He just liked to eat and ate A LOT (too much!). He also liked human foods which we are guilty of feeding to him. We are paying the price for it now. Velcro has diabetes. His insulin is over $300+ per vial, syringes cost us about $40 every other month and there is no such thing as a “cheap” vet visit after all the blood test are done (his last visit for a regular check up cost us over $500+).

Velcro (orange) and Padmé (Gray) before Velcro developed Diabetes

Velcro now. He’s skinny and a “bag of bones.”

I wish we thought about this years ago. We just saw him as a happy, chubby cat. Little did we know the expense we’d incur from not being a thoughtful pet parent.

Did you know that the negative side effects of being overweight can start to appear within just a few weeks of the onset of obesity.

 

As pet parents, it’s our job to keep our furry family members not only happy, but healthy too.

If you are concerned about your pet’s weight, or want to ensure your pet doesn’t have a weight issue, check out these great tips from Petcurean on how to manage your pet’s weight.

Evaluate your pet’s current weight:

Weigh your pet at the vet’s office or with your home bathroom scale and check it against this Body Score chart to help you determine the current status of your pet’s weight.

Diet:

An important rule you should keep in mind when managing your pet’s weight is restricting treats and resisting the urge to give them table scraps. These items make it hard for you to regulate what your pet is eating. For dogs, you can feed them a weight loss recipe with reduced calories. This option allows your pup to eat the same volume of food they’re used to eating, but with less calories. Petcurean’s GO! Fit + Free makes a great diet feeding option with a protein-rich, lower carb recipe. Alternatively, you can simply cut back on the amount of food you’re currently feeding. To ensure your dog still feels full after these smaller meals, you can add canned pumpkin or green beans as a fiber-rich and healthy topper. Cats do the best on low carb canned recipes since the wet food not only promotes weight reduction, but also helps cats feel fuller. GO! Fit + Free also offers canned recipes for cats.

Physical activity:

Decreased food intake should be accompanied by increased physical activity. Track your pet’s weight through weekly weigh ins. A rapid decline in weight can be harmful to your pet. As you monitor their progress, continue to check them against the body score chart. That will tell you when your pet’s weight goals have been reached!

Managing your pet’s weight is an essential part of loving your furry friends. They don’t know when to stop eating or what not to eat. They don’t know that they need exercise. It’s up to us – their human parents – to do that for them.

Do what you can to help your pet lose weight and get healthy NOW before it’s too late. Trust me, I know from personal experience how expensive it is to have a pet with an obesity related health issue. If I could go back in time to change things I would.

If you are interested in learning more about Petcurean, or where to purchase their products, visit Petcurean.com. The brand is also found on social media. All of their links are found at the bottom of their website.

Kimberly

*I have partnered with Petcurean to bring you this information. Although compensated the opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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