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Friday, May 19, 2017

Puerto Vallarta Video Review

In April 2017, I was fortunate to make my first ever visit to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Check out my video review below, and you can read more on my blog in my previous review posts.  You can read part 1 here and part 2 here.

Have your own experiences in Mexico you would like to share?  Please share in the comments below or on the Youtube Video!


Monday, May 8, 2017

Puerto Vallarta Travel Review - Part 2

If you missed part 1, be sure to go back and read it to get the full experience of our first trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.  You can find Part 1 here.

After check-in and a tour of the hotel, we unpacked some items and took in the sites around the property and grabbed a cocktail. 


This is the panoramic view from the Pool Bar.

Each day the hotel provided us with a little information sheet that outlined the expected weather for the following day, some activities at the hotel, and a daily Spa special.  It was so very handy and provided opportunity to enjoy the spa at a reduced price.  Unfortunately, we were not able to take advantage of the spa while we were there, due to our abbreviated trip, but they offered many services such as facials, massage, manicures and pedicures at very reasonable prices.  And the ambiance of the spa was very relaxing.


Not only did the Villa Premiere offer great services, but we were invited to take advantage of the services of the sister hotel the Buenaventura Grand, which was located next door.  We decided to head over and have a look around and try out the buffet.

Sampling some of the food offerings of the Buenaventura Grand.

We arrived at the buffet for their "international cuisine" night.  There were so many food offerings, and everything we tried was delicious.  There were no shortage of tables, and we had a great view of the water and pool.  


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 We ate at the buffet several times during the course of our trip.  It was convenient if we were heading out somewhere to stop in and grab a bite.

We did have the opportunity to walk down to the Malecon as well.  This Boardwalk area is only about a 15 minute walk from the hotel, and the area has plenty of shopping and restaurants.


We were able to find a restaurant that was showing the NHL hockey playoffs.  We're big hockey fans, so that was a great find!

The area was full of people.  It was such a lively and fun area.  No shortage of clubs and things to see.







Once back at the hotel, we were able to make reservations at la Corona for an evening meal.  I have to say, this was one of the best meals I have had in a long time.   We were greeted with a "welcome cocktail" and presented with the menu. 



 I ordered a stuffed chicken, and was given some twisted bread to enjoy while I waited.  Delicious!

When the food arrived, the presentation was wonderful - so good I couldn't resist taking a bite before I snapped my picture.


It tasted as amazing as it looks.  

We followed the meal with a little dessert, which was equally as delicious, but admittedly, I couldn't finish the whole thing as the meal left me feeling completely satisfied.


If you don't feel up to sitting in a restaurant to eat, no problem, because the Villa Premiere offers a pool side menu with lots of delectable treats.  We often ordered from this menu for lunch.  And the staff come to see you at your chair, so you don't even have to get up to order!  What service!


Another great bonus?  Room service is included in your "all inclusive", so you can get food 24 hours a day.  We took advantage on our last day so we could pack our bags and enjoy lunch on our balcony.  


Our stay at Villa Premiere was second to none.  Every staff person we encountered was courteous, polite and simply a pleasure to deal with.  We certainly recommend this hotel highly for anyone considering a trip to Puerto Vallarta!

Well, in the words of talk show hosts: that's all we have time for today.  Stay tuned for the next post in this series where I will cover a little more about activities offered in the area.   

Have your own experiences in Mexico?  Feel free to join the discussion on my Facebook page, or on Twitter.  



Sunday, April 30, 2017

Puerto Vallarta Travel Review - Part 1 - Arrival

I was fortunate enough to win a trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico (I still can't believe it).  This is a review of our trip.  Although I received the trip free of charge, the opinions in this review are my own.  There is so much to cover, my review will comprise a series of posts.

I'm from the East coast, and most of the people I know around here tend to vacation in other areas of Mexico, particularly the Eastern side of Mexico.  So I thought this was a unique opportunity to experience an area that not many people I know have been to and share my experience with them.

We flew out of the Saint John Airport (New Brunswick, Canada) in the early morning and had a quick turnaround time in Montreal.  Next thing we knew we were on a nearly 6 hour flight (!) to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.  This would be our first trip to Mexico.

As we approached Puerto Vallarta, we started to see some mountains in the terrain below.

Our view from the plane as we approached Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

When we landed, one thing we experienced that was unlike other airports was that, once through immigration, we were bombarded by people offering us drives to our resort.  I was looking for a particular shuttle, that I had arranged a drive with before arriving.  A gentleman approached us and said he was from that company.  After a few minutes, it was easy to see that he was not, in fact, from the shuttle company.  Everyone in this area was trying to sign people up for a tour of a new property close by that was selling condos.    So be aware, if you aren't interested in seeing the property, you can sail right through.

We finally found our driver and made our way to the hotel.  Due to a little misunderstanding, we tried to check-in to a hotel only to discover we were at the property next door.  Tired and hot, we arrived at the Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel & Romantic Getaway.  

Lobby of the Villa Premiere.

From the moment we arrived in the open and beautifully decorated lobby, we felt instant relaxation.  The staff at the front desk was so welcoming.  They offered us a champagne while we checked in.  We were informed that our suite was not ready yet, but there was plenty to keep us occupied until our room was ready.  

We were presented with a menu of scents and pillow types for our room.  The variety of scents featured everything from invigorating scents to relaxation. And the pillow menu featured extra plush pillows to ergonomic pillows.  After selecting our scent and pillows, we made our way over to have a welcome head-neck-shoulder massage.  

Massage Area.

After our massage, we stepped out to the pool area to have a quick look around.  The concierge gave us a run down on the property:

- 1 large pool, and a smaller pool connected to the pool bar.  The pool bar has a deck attached that looks out over the beach.
- There are 3 restaurants - La Ceiba, La Corona and Murales.  You can also get food poolside.  More on the food later.

Next to the pool, as well as on the beach, there are some comfortable beds for lounging, complete with pillows.  And surrounding the pool there is no lack of lounge chairs with towels, so no need to lug towels down from your room.

Once our room was ready, the bellman took us up and showed us all of the amenities.  The luxury and amenities in this room were amazing.  Check out the video below for the tour of our room.


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Our Suite at the Villa Premiere.

Our linens, mini bar and hotel room scent were refreshed daily.

As demonstrated in the video, there was a double jacuzzi tub and stand alone shower in the bathroom.  Shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and lotion were provided and refreshed daily.

As you can see, the view from our balcony was amazing, and we could hear the waves from the beach at any given time of the day or night.

View from our balcony.


The room featured a privacy screen as well as a black out screen to block sunlight if you needed a little extra time in bed in the morning.  Both screens were controlled by a remote control (so cool, right?!).

The hotel is located not far from the Malecon, the famous Puerto Vallarta boardwalk.  My husband and I walked down a few nights, but if you have any difficulties with your mobility, or if it is a particularly hot day, you may want to take a cab down.  The staff in the lobby will be happy to arrange for a cab for you.

Although our trip was only 5 days, there is so much to tell!  So stay tuned for "Part 2" of my Puerto Vallarta Review series.  

PS - Keep an eye out for my video review coming soon to the Overtired Mama YouTube page!

Have you been to Puerto Vallarta?  Tell us about your experience in the comments below, or join in on the conversation on the Overtired Mama's Facebook Page or on Twitter.




Friday, March 24, 2017

7 Cost Saving Travel Tips from an Overtired Mama

For anyone who has followed the blog for any length of time, you know that it's clear that travel is a passion of mine.  I love it because it's an opportunity to make memories away from the things that sometimes interrupt memory making at home.  No work, no school... just you and your family.



Like many, I'm also very budget conscious.  I often hear snickers when I say that because we make a yearly trip to Orlando.   How could that be budget conscious?  Because I pride myself on being a travel bargain hunter.  I wanted to share some of my tips and tricks.  Keep in mind, not all of these tips are ideal for everyone so you have to keep in mind what are your "must haves" when it comes to vacation planning.

Tip #1 - Gifting "experiences" instead of "things".

My husband and I decided a long time ago that we would stop giving each other "stuff".  Now don't get me wrong, on occasion, we will purchase some small gifts, but we stopped saving up and buying multiple gifts at Christmas.  We have carried on this tradition with our daughter.  Although, full disclosure, we still buy her some gifts... more than we buy each other... but they are relatively small, and we usually try to stick to things she needs, like clothes or books, and a few small toys.

Instead of gifts, we use money that would have been spent on those things to set aside for our yearly vacation.  

Tip #2 - We do sacrifice other "small vacations" for the sake of our one "big one".

Think of any time during the year you travel for the weekend, a few days, or even just a night.  Think about how much you would spend on hotel and activities for those getaways.  By us giving up a couple weekends away, we save hundreds of dollars!  

Again, this is one of those tips that is not for everyone.  It's not easy waiting all year for that one getaway,  so it takes discipline.  We make up for it by planning little "staycations".  There are lots of things to do around your own city/town that you may not have thought of before.  It's a great way to learn more about where you live.

Tip # 3 - We share accommodations.

We've traveled with family on each of our vacations to Florida.  We rent a property through sites like AirBnB or VRBO and split the cost.   One of the property's we've gone back to consistently has 4 bedrooms, a games room, 3D TV, video games, private pool, hot tub, and more, and we spend less than what we would have for a hotel room.  

Just as an example, we traveled during March Break this year.  Hotel rooms with with 2 Queen Size beds in a 3 to 4 star hotel were going for roughly $150/night. The 4 bedroom house we rented was $110 a night.

The other advantage to renting a property is having your own kitchen.  I don't know about you, but as much as I like not being the one constantly cooking, I also get kind of tired of restaurants.  It's nice to be able to prepare our own meals.  Bonus - it's not frowned upon to eat in your bathing suit!



Tip #4 - We have a dedicated "vacation bank account".

I have a regular Canada Savings Bond withdrawal each paycheck that we use for our holiday.  You could also set up a savings account for this purpose and have automatic withdrawals from your checking account that coincide with your pay days.  If you haven't done this before, it's an adjustment.  I recommend starting with a small withdrawal each paycheck and gradually increasing it.  It's not as noticeable that way.

If that would be too disruptive to your current budget, there's another money saving option.  A change jar.   This requires discipline, also only works if you use cash  - I rarely carry cash these days, so it likely wouldn't work for me.  But, at the end of each day, you empty your change from your wallet/purse in to a change jar.  Everything.  Toonies, loonies, etc.  If you pay for your coffee with a 5 each day, all that change can add up.

You can also try other cost cutting measures like making coffee at home instead of buying it and setting aside the money you would have spent on coffee.

It all adds up!

Tip #5 - Research, research, research.

For many people I have talked to, this can often be the least enjoyable tip I share.  I search airline websites, Expedia, VRBO, Priceline and many other websites frequently.  Several times a week.  I keep an eye on trends, and I'm ready if a flash sale comes up, I'm ready to pounce.  Prices can change daily, so it may sound like overkill, but sometimes it pays off.

For our most recent trip, I searched on a Monday morning at flights from our home airport in Saint John, New Brunswick to Orlando, and the flights were hovering around $600 round trip.  Tuesday evening at 11 PM, I found flights for $369 round trip, taxes included.  Amazing.  You never know what you may find!

Some general tips - I have found the best dates to fly are Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  The best prices I have found, I have found when searching on a Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday.  It goes without saying that if you can travel outside of holidays, you will get a better deal.  If you can leave a few days before and come back a few days after a holiday, that's one way to cut down on the price of a trip over the holidays (Christmas/March Break).
- For rental cars - if you are not travelling at a popular time (Christmas, Thanksgiving, March Break), I have found the best prices 2 to 4 weeks before your trip.  As someone who plans in advance, this is a difficult wait, but it has paid off many times for me.  Also, search out discount coupon codes.  A simple google search will bring them up, but beware of the fine print.  If you're using a code that requires you use a Visa, they can charge you a higher price at check-in if you decide to pay with a different card.  Also make sure that the coupon is not for particular employers, unless you work there.

Tip #6 - Be as flexible as possible.

When I plan a trip, I have a general idea of when we want to plan, but I always make sure I'm flexible within a day or two for either side of my travel dates.  That way, if we find a great deal that are different than our intended dates, we can make changes.

Even better, if you are flexible on a destination, you can sometimes get amazing last minute travel deals.

Tip #7 - Use your travel rewards wisely.

If you're like me and use travel rewards towards your trips, be sure to compare how many rewards points/miles you need to use for your "reward" versus how much you would pay cash.  As an example, When we were considering whether to use our AIR MILES® towards a rental car or flights, it ended up that it would cost us 3 times as many miles to redeem for a rental car (we were travelling during a time of high demand) than one of our airline tickets, and if we were paying cash, they were roughly the same price.

Another tip - Flights leaving from Canada are expensive.  You can get some amazing deals in the US.  So we used our AIR MILES® to fly from our home airport to a US hub airport (Chicago O'Hare), and were able to get a flight from O'Hare to LAX for $49 Canadian, taxes included with United!  



I also keep an eye on "bonus offers" to earn more AIR MILES®.  I answer surveys, I go through airmilesshops.ca to purchase from websites I generally would shop from anyway, and I pay with my AIR MILES® card and pay it right off to earn miles on my regular purchases.  Bonus offers exist for other travel rewards programs too, so be sure you're familiar with your program!


Those are some of my general tips and tricks.  I would love to hear any you have!  Feel free to share in the comments below, or come chat with me on social media!  Follow me on Twitter at @overtired_katie or on Facebook at The Ramblings of an Overtired Mama.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Hair & Makeup Tutorial and Product Review

I know... an "Overtired Mama" doing a hair and makeup tutorial.  I can't believe it either.

I've watched many hair and makeup tutorials and thought "I wish I could do all of that".  But alas, even the simplest makeup tutorial has me coming out looking like I just applied clown makeup or had a 4 year old do my eye liner.

If you are someone who is seasoned when it comes to applying makeup, this tutorial will not be for you.   I'm a makeup minimalist.  And when I say that, don't mistake it for a snobby or snarky comment.  It's not that I don't like makeup, I actually like wearing it, I'm just not very good at it.  Oh, and I also love sleep way to much - I would give up a 10 minute makeup routine if it meant 10 more minutes in bed.  I'm that bad.

Anyway, I made a few changes over the last few months to the way I do my hair and makeup.  While I still don't wear makeup every day, there are times that I really need to, so these are my quick and dirty tips and tricks.  Below is a video that will take you through my routine. Then I will review each of the products I used individually.




Milkshake Color Maintainer Shampoo and Conditioner

I was introduced to this product by a childhood friend who is now a hair dresser.  She told me I would love this shampoo and conditioner, and she wasn't kidding.

The first thing you will notice is the amazing smell.  It's like smelling cupcakes that have been placed right in front of your nose.  So good!  Warning: may make you hungry.  But even though the smell is amazing, once you're done in the shower, the smell isn't strong.  I say that because I know many work places are scent free these days, so people are nervous about whether the smell will linger.  It really doesn't.  If I pull my hair right up to my nose to smell, I can get a really faint scent, but someone would have to be pretty close to you for that to happen.

My hair also has also had noticeable changes since I started using this shampoo and conditioner.  It's got a shine to it, and again, very soft.

Milkshake has a number of products including purple shampoo and styling products.  Sales of these products are generally limited to beauty salons, and even at that, they aren't available at every salon, so they can be hard to come by.  I have found some websites that sell them, so it may take a little searching to find them.

A bottle of shampoo generally runs for approximately $22*.

Pantene BB Creme



I seriously love the way my hair feels every time I use this product.  You would think that would motivate me to use it every time, but unfortunately, I don't always use it.  This product has many benefits, including heat protection, anti-frizz, and moisturizing components.  What I love about this product is that my hair feels so soft and manageable when I use it.  I live in an area where we have a lot of fog and it helps manage the frizz that type of weather produces.

Purchased for $6.*

Moroccan Oil Heat Styling Protection


I've had many a hair stylist gasp in horror when I said that I didn't use any product in my hair, not even a heat protection product.  Well stylists, worry no more!  I'm sold on this Moroccan Oil Heat Styling Spray.  Not only does it protect my hair from the high heat of my hair dryer and hair straightener, it tames my fly aways that seem to always pop up  through out the day and helps keep my hair in place.  Not quite a hair spray, but does help a little with my style.

Purchased for $21.*

TRESemmé Dry Shampoo


While I didn't mention this product in my video, I thought I would include it in my review anyway.  There are days that I wake up late and just need to run out the door.  That being said, I have combination hair (dry at the tips, oily at the roots).  So, it doesn't take long for the oil to take over the roots of my hair.  If I go beyond a day and a half without a shower, it's noticeable.  My friends have been raving about dry shampoo for a while.  I experimented with some, but TRESemmé's dry shampoo is the first one that helped control the oil in my hair.  In a pinch, I can use this as I head out the door.  I simply part my hair in a few different spots, lift a small layer at each part and spray underneath the layer , near the root and it keeps my hair looking fresh!

Purchased for $6.99.*

L'Oreal Paris Ultra Even Lotion

I have really dry skin, especially in my "T-Zone" area (above my eyebrows down on to my nose).  I don't exfoliate as often as I should, and I need regular moisturizing.  This product makes my skin feel and look great, and it has SPF 15, which is great because an important part of great skin is protection from UV rays!

Purchased for $7.99.*

e.l.f. Hydrating Face Primer

I'm new to makeup primers.  Some may use this instead of a moisturizer before applying makeup, but I use both.  This smooths my skin's surface and helps set my makeup.  You don't need much to apply, a little goes a long way.

Purchased for $5.99.*

Super C.C. Cream by Physicians Formula

I'm also new to Physicians Formula makeup.  I decided to give it a try, as I'm always experimenting with new products.

Again, it doesn't take much to go a long way.  I didn't breakout with this makeup.  It went on easily and stayed on, but was easy to remove as well at the end of the day.

Purchased for $13.99.*

Physicians Formula Super CC Color-Correction + Care Instant Blurring Eye Cream

This is also the first time I tried an under-eye makeup (a lot of "firsts" for me in this review).  I had been using concealer to disguise the darkness under my eyes, but this cream works so much better.  It really covers the darkness well, and the cool applicator tip helped reduce the puffiness under my eyes.

Came free with the Super CC Cream.*

Mabeline Color Show Eyeliner

As mentioned in my video, I haven't been wearing eyeliner very long.  I've always been nervous putting things that close to my eyes.  I'm still not great at it, and I have a shaky hand, so that just makes it even more difficult.  I tried a liquid liner, but you really need a steady hand for that.  This pencil is perfect because it's easy enough to erase if you make a mistake, but it glides easy for those of us who have difficulty putting liner on.

Purchased for $2.99.*

Wet n Wild Max Volume Mascara

I'm not usually seeking volume for my lashes, just colour, but I do like this mascara.  The brush has great bristles that separate your lashes to give them lots of definition.

Purchased for $5.99.*

Avon Marbelized Baked Eye Shadow - Rose Gold

I'm not one for wild colours for my eyes, so this is the perfect shade for me.  It's sort of a pink/purple that is perfect for a daytime look.

Purchased for $4.*

Avon Be Blushed Cheek Colour

I'm all about simple makeup.  The easier it goes on the better.  That's why I love this cheek colour.  A stick similar to lipstick, but just a little thicker.  Apply directly to your upper cheek and blend.  Some people use it for lip colour too, but I haven't tried that.  I do find that since the texture is thicker than a powder, when you blend it makes the colour look deeper than it is.  Give it a minute before you panic and start taking it off.

Purchased for $9.*

And that's it!  Feel free to leave any comments, questions or recommendations!  As mentioned, I'm not the most versed in makeup, so if you know of a product that is simple to apply that you think I should try, let me know!

* Note: Prices were at time of publication.  Some items I purchased on sale.  Please see your local supplier for up to date pricing.












Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Nail Product Review

I love getting a good manicure.  I have shaky hands, so I'm not very good at painting my own nails.  So I love treating myself to a nice manicure.  A couple years ago, I tried getting gel nails.  I loved them, because they lasted so long and looked great.  With regular nail polish, even high quality ones, I rarely had more than 1 or two days without a chip.  I tried shellac, but that only gave me a few more days of wear - maximum 5 days.  I've even tried nail stickers.  They gave me about the same amount of wear as shellac.

On a whim, while in a drug store waiting for a prescription, I decided to pick up some press on nails and give them a try.  I bought a few different varieties, and I decided I would review them for the blog in case any one was looking for recommendations!

To start I should note that your own experiences may vary.  I am very hard on my nails.  I don't wear gloves while cleaning or washing dishes.  I also have baths a few times a week, so my nails are subject to a lot of water and cleaning products.

The brands I tried for purposes of this review are:

  • L'Oréal® Colour Riche® Press-On Nails
  • Nailene Nail Studio
  • imPRESS®
  • Kiss® gel FANTASY™
So there were good and bad for each type, so I will tackle each one individually.  

First, L'Oréal® Colour Riche® Press-On Nails.  Here is a picture of the nails I chose:


The positives:
  • These were the nails I got the most compliments on for the design.
  • The sizing was clear and it was easy to locate the same size nail.  Nails had numbers on the back to let you  know the size.  So if you found the correct size for one thumb, you didn't have to keep measuring, you just looked for the nail with the same numbering on the back.
The "not so" positives:
  • They chipped at the tips relatively quickly.  The black colour made it more noticeable.
  • The adhesive was not very good, I had 3 nails fall off within 3 days.  I had to stick them back on with nail glue, but even at that, they weren't on a full week.


  • Of all the nails I bought, these were the most expensive.  They were approximately $15 when I bought them (January 2017).  

Next, Nailene Nail Studio.  Here is a picture of the nails I chose: 

The positives:
  • These were the most inexpensive of the nails I tried.  Purchased in January 2017 for $10.
  • You could purchase them in a variety of lenghts.  This is a nice feature because I like my nails short, and it is difficult to find press-on nails that are not really long.  I chose the "short" nails for this review.
  • They lasted just over a week for me.
The "not so" positives:
  • These do not come with any adhesive pads or nail glue, you must purchase that separately.  The Nailene nail glue was $1.50.
  • The pink part of the nail was relatively see-through, so it made the nails look sloppy when you look up close:

  • If you don't take the nails off yourself, if they break off, it is particularly hard on your nails.  My nails were a mess after this set.

Next, imPRESS®.  This is a picture of the nails I chose:


The positives:

  • There was a lot of variety in the way of designs.  Everything from simple French, to some wild patterns with fluorescent colours.  Lots for everyone to choose from.
  • The adhesive pads are on the press-on nails, no separate adhesive to fiddle with, no glue.  These were the easiest to apply.
  • These were the nails that lasted the longest for me.  I had them on nearly two weeks with no issues.  The only time I had one fall off is when I caught it on my car door, but I stuck it back on with nail glue.
  • Easy to take off.  The adhesive is flexible, it doesn't rip at your nail.  Once the nail is off, just put some nail polish remover on the remaining adhesive and it comes off easily.
  • Price at time of purchase, January 2017, was $11 regular price, and I got them 25% off.  Bonus!
  • They didn't chip. 
The "not so" positive:

  • Nothing.  I honestly loved everything about these nails.

Finally, Kiss® gel FANTASY™.  This is a picture of the ones I chose:


The positives:
  • The picture doesn't do these nails justice, they were seriously gorgeous.
  • These nails had a ton of really beautiful designs.  Very elegant.
  • The adhesive pads that came with the nails worked well, I kept these on for a week with no problems.
  • The price was similar to imPRESS at $11 to $12.

The "not so" positives:
  • The nails seem to come only in one length, which are longer than I'm accustomed to, so I had to file down quiet a bit, and the design I chose had sparkly tips, so I ended up filing off a lot of the sparkle.


So, which were my favourite?  The imPRESS nails, which was probably obvious by my comments.  They were followed closely by the Kiss nails.

Check out my tutorial/review video for the imPRESS nails:



Have you tried press-on nails?  Do you have a favourite brand?  Good experiences?  Bad experiences?  Please share in the comments!

Note: All prices quoted in this article were at time of purchase, January 2017, at WalMart in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.  Prices may vary at your local stores.  
I was not sponsored or paid for this post.  All views and opinions are my own.







Monday, February 13, 2017

Movie Madness Giveaway!

I am a total movie lover!  I like to get lost in plot lines, relate to characters, and even challenge the way I think about things.

If you are a fellow movie lover, this giveaway is for you!




I've paired up with some fellow bloggers for a "Blog Hop"!  Prizes from the different bloggers are supposed to be a movie or gift card to a movie theater, or even paypal cash so they can buy your own movies. Be sure to check each blogger in the hop for their specific prizes.

I'm giving away $20 Paypal Cash!  Please note my prize is in Canadian Funds.  





The #MovieMadness Blog Hop is co-hosted by Powered by Mom and Mom Does Reviews.



Movie Madness $20 CAD PayPal Cash Giveaway

  • One lucky reader will win $20 PayPal Cash (Canadian Funds).
  • Open Worldwide.
  • Winner will be chosen at random.
  • Sweepstakes ends February 27th at 11:59pm ET.
  • Winner will be notified via email.
  • Winner will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.
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Check out the other bloggers below as they are also having some great giveaways as part of #MovieMadness!