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Friday, June 23, 2017

Reunion Tower: Family Friendly Fun!!!!



I always know I'm at home in the great state of Texas when I see "The Ball" or Reunion Tower but in all the time I have lived in DFW I have never been up in the ball mainly because I had no idea I even could unless I was eating at the restaurant that sits inside "the ball" at Reunion Tower. I am excited to tell you guys just how wrong I was. Check out this information about Reunion Tower and I even have an awesome coupon for you guys to use when you take your family.

From 470 feet up you'll experience breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views, high-definition zoom cameras, interactive touch screens, telescopes, photo ops and an indoor/outdoor observation deck that lets you see for miles in any direction.

The journey begins in our PIX photo experience at the bottom of the tower. Guests are able to take their photo in front of a green screen and change their backgrounds to one of six images of the Dallas skyline. Next, guests board the elevators that are ready to usher them 470 feet in the air in 68 seconds to the GeO-Deck.

This indoor/outdoor observation deck lets guests explore the city unlike anywhere else. Step up to the interactive touch screen Halo and with just one swipe discover local hidden gems, historic landmarks, museums, parks and much more. 


Ready for a different view? Head outside for a lap around the exterior deck and feel the wind in your hair as you stand 470 feet on the outside deck! Day or night, make the iconic Reunion Tower your first stop to explore interesting things to see and do in Dallas.


$3 off General Admission to Reunion Tower's GeO-Deck - Receive $3 off an adult general admission ticket to Reunion Tower's GeO-Deck when you present this coupon or mention code "USFam"!

For more information visit reuniontower.com
http://usfamilycoupons.com/coupon.php?regionid=75&bid=13203&dealid=3129 .@usfg

Monday, June 19, 2017

Yookidoo Gymotion Robo Playland Giveaway!

I am def going to be investing when my next grandbaby comes...hoping not to soon though. Guys, check this out!

Yookidoo Gymotion® Robo Playland Giveaway! ($100 RV) ~ Ends 7/22

Deliciously Savvy Is Hosting a Giveaway in Which 1 Lucky Winner Will Receive a Yookidoo Gymotion® Robo Playland Baby Mat & Play Gym. ARV $100.

Enter Today To Win and Good Luck!

Sponsored By:

Hosted By:

Deliciously Savvy

Co-Hosted By:

Amy & Aron's Real Life Reviews // Cspierdowis' Product Review Blog // Michigan Saving & More // My Silly Little Gang // Sweet Southern $avings // Capri's Coupons // Heartbeats ~ Soul Stains

Plus a Big Shout Out To All Of The Amazing Blogs Helping To Promote This Amazingly Clean Giveaway!

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The Details:

1 Lucky Winner Will Receive This Fabulous Yookidoo Gymotion® Robo Playland with 3 Stages Of Play & a Retail Value of $100!

Check Out My Review

1. Lay & Play

2. Tummy & Play

3. Sit & Play

And Now To The Giveaway!

Giveaway Dates: 06/22/2017 9PM EST until 07/22/2017 11:59PM EST
Entrants must be 18 years old to enter and giveaway is open to US residents Only
Any Questions Email Me At mcushing7 (at) hotmail (dot) com.
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in the United States. Entrants must be 18+ years of age to enter.
This giveaway will end at 11:59PM (EST) on 07/22/2017.

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Deliciously Savvy did not receive any form of compensation for this giveaway. Once winner is selected via the Giveaway Tools process, the winner will be notified. Winner has 48 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen. No other blog associated with this giveaway is responsible for the product shipment. Yookidoo will be providing the prize above to the winner and please allow up to 6 to 8 weeks for delivery. Thank You for stopping by! Any Questions or Concerns email me at mcushing7 (at) hotmail (dot) com.

Yookidoo Gymotion Robo Playland Giveaway!

Yookidoo Gymotion® Robo Playland Giveaway! ($100 RV) ~ Ends 7/22

Deliciously Savvy Is Hosting a Giveaway in Which 1 Lucky Winner Will Receive a Yookidoo Gymotion® Robo Playland Baby Mat & Play Gym. ARV $100.

Enter Today To Win and Good Luck!

Sponsored By:

Hosted By:

Deliciously Savvy

Co-Hosted By:

Amy & Aron's Real Life Reviews // Cspierdowis' Product Review Blog // Michigan Saving & More // My Silly Little Gang // Sweet Southern $avings // Capri's Coupons // Heartbeats ~ Soul Stains

Plus a Big Shout Out To All Of The Amazing Blogs Helping To Promote This Amazingly Clean Giveaway!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The Details:

1 Lucky Winner Will Receive This Fabulous Yookidoo Gymotion® Robo Playland with 3 Stages Of Play & a Retail Value of $100!

Check Out My Review

1. Lay & Play

2. Tummy & Play

3. Sit & Play

And Now To The Giveaway!

Giveaway Dates: 06/22/2017 9PM EST until 07/22/2017 11:59PM EST
Entrants must be 18 years old to enter and giveaway is open to US residents Only
Any Questions Email Me At mcushing7 (at) hotmail (dot) com.
This giveaway is in no way endorsed, affiliated or associated with Facebook,
Twitter or any other Social Media Networking Site. This giveaway is valid only
in the United States. Entrants must be 18+ years of age to enter.
This giveaway will end at 11:59PM (EST) on 07/22/2017.

Good Luck! Enter Below

Also we all “love it if you like us” on Facebook!

By Supporting Our Blogs Via Social Media You Are Helping Us To Provide Fabulous Prizes For Amazing Future Giveaways! Good Luck & Thank You!

Deliciously Savvy did not receive any form of compensation for this giveaway. Once winner is selected via the Giveaway Tools process, the winner will be notified. Winner has 48 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen. No other blog associated with this giveaway is responsible for the product shipment. Yookidoo will be providing the prize above to the winner and please allow up to 6 to 8 weeks for delivery. Thank You for stopping by! Any Questions or Concerns email me at mcushing7 (at) hotmail (dot) com.

Friday, June 16, 2017

National Flip Flop Day


Today was created for people like me! Don't get me wrong, I would rather be barefoot but as soon as it gets slightly warm, I'm in flip flops. I love flip flops so much that I literally keep a pair tucked in my car for when I'm off work....no flip flops in the hospital! At one point I was buying a pair every trip to the store. I mean most of the time they are super cheap! That's especially good since my one little doggie likes to chew them if she can get a hold of them.

Dollar Tree Has Them!

Old Navy Has Them (and on sale too)!

Target Has Them!

Walmart Has Them!

BUT my most fave flip flops ever came from Ross! They were Tommy Hilfiger and I had them for 6 years before I had to retire them!
#nationalflipflopday

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Garnier Skinactive Hydrating Mask Review

Happy Tuesday!!!!

Last week I got my first ever Redbook Beauty School Beauty Box in the mail. 
#rbkredbeautysweepstakes

Inside were some great things but today I am going to talk about the Garnier Skinactive Hydrating Mask. Let me preface by saying I have sensitive skin. I love trying new products but I am always a little leery because I never know what the reaction is going to be for my skin.
http://www.garnierusa.com/products/skincare/moisture-bomb/hydrating-sheet-mask/the-super-hydrating-sheet-mask.aspx

This is the one that I got in my Beauty Box. I am admitting that I am a little old school and am used to the mask you smear all over your face and then either peel or wash off. To be honest, I had never used an actually face mask up to this point but both my daughters have and they love them. With them both being gone right now I don't have to worry about sharing or them wanting to be the tester. 

I took my make-up off using the Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water they sent, washed my face, showered and ripped the package open, after reading the directions of course. Again, possibly because I am just used to an old school type mask but it was goopy with stuff. The directions say to open the mask with the blue side facing out. A word of advice, figure out where the fold is and open it first there. I had a little bit of a challenge but in the end I figured it out.
I never could manage to get all the wrinkles out. My nose is tiny so that part I had to adjust to be able to breath. It was cool, it felt good on my face and it smelled refreshing. The directions say to leave the mask on for 15 minutes. Joseph told me the whole time how much I looked like Hannibal Lecter from Silence of The Lambs. The mask came off easily and per the instructions I tried to rub the excess into my face with minimal luck. I don't know if my face is just hydrated or if there is just so much product that you can't rub it all in. It wasn't heavy or sticky and three days later my face still feels smooth and amazing. If you have sensitive skin I recommend it because I have had zero break outs since using the mask.

You can find it at your local retailer which for me is Walmart. I give it 5 stars!




“Redbook and Garnier provided me with the mask I used in this post.The opinions I shared about using the product are my own, and Redbook nor  Garnier Told me what to say or how to say it. I have included a provided hashtag in the post as part of a sweepstakes/contest."

Monday, June 12, 2017

Why I Decided To Become A Nurse

Today our clinical homework assignment was to write a paper about why we decided to become a nurse. I decided I would share. I'm honest about some of the things I went through in life and I thank God He brought me through them. Here you go:



Why I Decided To Become A Nurse

              The road to becoming a nurse has been a strange one. I can’t say that it has ever really been a single event or even some significant event. Growing up my grandmother was an aide. I would go to work with her sometimes and I knew I didn’t want to do what she was doing. My aunt on the other side of my family was an RN. For much of my younger childhood she worked in the OR. It wasn’t until she became a home health nurse and had my cousins and I out for a week in the summer that nursing ever even crossed my mind. She gave us a bunch of medical supplies and let us set up a make shift hospital. We taped IV tubing to one another, put lotion on my aunt’s legs and scraped it off with a tongue depressor. It is one of my favorite memories from childhood but then I became a teenager and had all the answers and being a nurse was not one of them.


              Nursing didn’t cross my mind again until after I started to college to get my degree in social work. I knew I wanted to help people because I had been helped. At one time in my life I had a drug problem and I was living in a homeless shelter. My family had to give me some tough love. That experience changed my entire life and I wanted to give back to people, to help people because someone helped me and helped change my life.  During the time I was in school to get a degree in social work, I lived in a small town with a volunteer fire department. It didn’t take long for me to join the ladies auxiliary but I wanted in the truck and to go on calls. The fire calls were wild but it was the medical calls and the MVA’s that I loved to go on. It seemed like every time I got in the car I would come up on an accident scene.  I decided I would bargain with God in a way. I told God that if I was supposed to change my major to allow me to go on a call where I would know for sure. That same night I went on the call that changed things.


              It was the middle of the night and I knew I was going to a rollover accident. A man, his wife and their three children were in a car. The man was driving and he was drunk. He and the wife had on their seat belt but none of the kids did and the 5 year old son was ejected from the car that he ran up on the embankment of the highway and the car landed on top of the boy 1.5 centimeters from his diaphragm. The boy lived. The dad went to jail and I knew that I was supposed to help people in this way not sitting behind a desk handing out a voucher for a meal during holiday time. I changed my major from arts to science because I was going to be a paramedic. Two weeks into A&P I my professor asked me to stay after class. He was a retired vet. After having me explain why I wanted to become a paramedic, he suggested I become a nurse. For me, I wasn’t so sure and then my grandmother, the one who was an aide, the one who had every heart surgery and medication she could have was sick and at the end of her life.



              We were close. It was hard to see the person who took care of everyone else not being able to care for herself. By this time I had already gotten my C.N.A. because if I was going to change my major again I needed to be sure. That last day that her and I had together not only solidified my choice to become a nurse but it impacted what type of nurse I want to become. That last day we had a conversation where she told me she wanted me to be a nurse and that she wanted me to do something with my life but it was all the things I did for her that day, to comfort her and make her time here comfortable that made me know that while the adrenaline of the ER or ICU sounds like what I was looking for, hospice is my calling. Working as an aide with hospice patients made me know even more. I decided to become a nurse when I quit denying my calling.


Sunday, June 11, 2017

$25 Starbucks GC & Money Is Emotional Giveaway

Welcome to the Money is Emotional and $25 Starbucks Gift Card Giveaway Event!! 

This event is sponsored, and brought to you by blogger, and author: Christine Luken.

Hosted by: Lil' Blog and More

& Co-hosted by the Hartwell Real Estate Blog

Thank you to all of the participating bloggers, who make this giveaway possible. We will have 1 great prize, for one lucky winner!


Financial Lifeguard and author, Christine Luken, is sponsoring this fabulous giveaway! Enter to win a signed copy of her new book, Money is Emotional: Prevent Your Heart from Hijacking Your Wallet and a $25 Starbucks gift card, because what goes better together than books and coffee?

 Here’s what the experts are saying about Money is Emotional:

"Christine Luken does a wonderful job taking complex financial topics and making them easy to understand. Reading Money is Emotional is like having a conversation with a knowledgeable friend." -Robert Pagliarini, CFP, EA, Author of The Sudden Wealth Solution

"Feeling fear, stress or anxiety around your finances? Christine Luken is here to help you clarify the boundary lines between your money and your emotions so you can make smarter financial decisions. With warmth, empathy, and grace, Christine will serve as your lifeguard to keep you from drowning in your finances.” - Manisha Thakor, CFA, CFP, Founder of MoneyZen.com, Co-author of Get Financially Naked

 Learn how Christine’s heart hijacked her wallet, and how she overcame it, by sneaking a peek into the book here: http://christineluken.com/i-let-my-heart-hijack-my-wallet/


The Giveaway! 
One lucky winner will receive a $25 Starbucks gift card, AND a signed copy of "Money is Emotional" by Christine Luken. Open to U.S. entries, only. 
 Enter with this form below:
  
 Disclosure: The bloggers involved in this giveaway were not compensated, and are not responsible for prize fulfillment. Lil' Blog and More will be sending the prize out. Must be 18 years of age or older to enter this giveaway. This giveaway starts June 12,  2017 (11:59 pm.), and will end on June 30, 2017 at 11:59 pm. The winner will be emailed, and have 48 hours to respond, or a new winner will be chosen. Once a winner is drawn and confirmed, the name will be announced on the GiveawayTools form. Open to U.S. entries.