Friday, February 26, 2010

Best Paid To Click program

I actually love this site. There emails are worth $10 bucks each. You get anywhere from 6 to 17 emails a day and then you have 5 to 6 ads you can click as well..and they are all worth $10 bucks each. Once you reach $5,000 you can cash out. You need to wait 30 days for them to verify your account and once they do that money which goes up to $6,000 or even $7,000 goes into your paypal. You can even have them send it to you through western union. Here is a proof shot of my account and what I earned so far..It's a big picture so click on the link to see it: Click on the photo to see it enlarged. That's what I made as of today. By the time my 30 day period is up to cash out I'll have alot more. You can get your money faster by upgrading your account but it costs $199 to do that..I'll just wait the 30 days lol..You also get a $25 sign up bonus..

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Coupon Sites

In case none of you know yet...I found these coupon sites that are awesome

Getting To Know You Sunday

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1. How often do you wash/change your sheets?
 Every other week
2. When is your birthday?
June 18th
3. Have you ever met a bloggy friend in real life?
Nope I'm new to the blog world
4. Brad Pitt or George Clooney?
Eww neither
5. If you could change one thing about your body what would it be?
My weight
6. How often do you wash your hair?
every day
7. Do you have pets?
Yes a dog
8. How many social networks do you belong to..if you had to give up one, what would it be?
3..I'd give up myspace..I don't go on it much anymore anyways

31 Reasons You Shouldn't Feel Mom Guilt

I found this article before and thought it was interesting. So I'm sharing it with you guys..

SURE, YOU COULD ALWAYS BE MORE ORGANIZED, MORE CHEERFUL, more on top of every little detail. But you're not a Mombot, thank goodness, and no one (except, perhaps, you!) expects you to be. Below, we've rounded up 31 things among hundreds that you can give yourself leeway to do -- without the burden of even one ounce of stress.
1 Taking a vacation with only your husband. It's such a tragedy for the kids to spend time with their superindulgent grandparents! Besides, they'll benefit from you two not giving each other the stink eye during dinner.
2 Feeling smug that you're a better parent than those on Supernanny. No worries. We all feel smug watching Supernanny. Until we don't, at which time we employ her techniques.
3 Not signing up to be class parent. Think of it this way: Your ability to say no to volunteer tasks you can't handle will leave you better able to concentrate on what only you can do, like getting your kids fed, dressed, and onto the bus. Some days, that's huge!
4 Yelling at your son when he actually didn't do anything wrong. Sure, not a great move, but it's a good opportunity to show him that even you screw up sometimes, and that saying sorry really does help make it better.
5 Enjoying your work. You can love your kids and still have that "Thank God It's Monday" feeling, well, every Monday. Especially after a long and dreary winter weekend.
6 Buying your daughter the generic UGGs. She'll live without the label, even if she thinks she will not, and her tootsies will be just as toasty.

Read the rest here.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

MYCAA funding shutting down

Here's the article, but from what I've read from it, the DoD has shut down funding through the MyCAA program for and undetermined/disclosed amount of time!This is where I get my money from for school. I have one more class to register for in March and I really hope I'm able to now..

Spouse tuition aid shuts down without warning

By Karen Jowers - Staff writer
Posted : Wednesday Feb 17, 2010 16:44:33 EST

Defense officials have abruptly shut down the My Career Advancement Accounts, a program that gives qualified military spouses up to $6,000 in tuition assistance to help them pursue portable careers.
Officials said the MyCAA shutdown is temporary, but no date has been set for resuming operations. Officials “hope to resume accepting financial assistance applications in a few months,” Defense Department spokeswoman Air Force Maj. April Cunningham said.
Cunningham said defense officials are “reviewing the software applications, financial assistance documents and overall program,” but she offered no specific details on the reason for the sudden halt and review.
“We’re reviewing it from top to bottom to ensure the program is meeting the intent established in legislation,” she said.
Meanwhile, spouses are finding out about the program shutdown at the worst time — when they are trying to request funding for classes that start within a month.
“I found out this morning when I logged in to have money sent to my school,” said Army wife Julie Thornton, who lives near Fort Gordon, Ga. Her education plan had been approved, and she had registered for two courses at Augusta State University. But the MyCAA program regulations require that spouses must wait until 30 days before classes start to request payment of funds to their schools. When Thornton called Military OneSource to ask what to do, she said, she was told that employees were informed at 4 p.m. Feb. 16 that the program was shutting down.
“I can’t use the application to get the funds for courses already approved,” Thornton said. She is taking refresher courses to get her teaching credentials up to date.
When she asked a Military OneSource consultant about what to do, she said, “I was told, ‘Can’t you apply for other financial assistance?’ Where else can I get funds in 30 days?”
Cunningham said no new or pending financial assistance accounts will be approved during the review period.
Without any formal announcement of the program’s existence, nearly 133,000 military spouses have applied for the MyCAA program since it started early last year, Cunningham said. Currently, 98,000 are enrolled in courses or have been approved for tuition assistance.
Although the financial assistance no longer will be available, spouses can receive career counseling support at local installations and through Military OneSource, Cunningham said.
“They should have sent an e-mail to people” in the program, Thornton said, to let them know about the halt, so people could start trying to find alternate funding.
“I sent an e-mail to DoD telling them my problem is with the way they’re handling this,” Thornton said. “It’s beyond poor.”

3X Thursdays

1. Name one person (it can be anyone) who used to be in your life before, but now isn’t (due to death), and why you miss that person.
My dad..He died when I was 17 yrs old. I miss him so much well because he is my father and we were very close. I definitly was daddys little girl. He missed my wedding day and the birth of my two daughters. Well he was there in spirit.

2. People come and go from our lives all of the time. Is there one person you particularly miss the most? If so, why? If not, are you just a loner?

I miss one of my ex boyfriends. Honestly not in that way..We were friends and it sucks we don't talk anymore...oh well...

3. There are some people in our lives that we can re-reach out to and reconnect with. Is there anyone you’d like for that to happen with? Who? Why?

Not really..

Monday, February 15, 2010

New Plan

I was going to get a Wii system but my town appears to be out of them. I called Gameking and they told me that during Christmas time Walmart bought all of the wii systesm from nintendo leaving them with nothing. So now everyone in the small towns like mine are out of nintendo stuff for a long time. They are only delivering to major cities right now. That sucks!! The one thing I wanted to get was the wii fit plus to help me with my weight loss..Well good thing I watch alot of tv because I came across this:

It looks like alot of fun. I can lose weight, learn how to dance and even put on a show for my hubby. I ordered the program and as soon as I get it I'm starting it. I'm taking before and after photos of myself and tracking my progress here. Well the hubby is home...I'll write more later..=)

If you want to purchase this video here is the link:

Discipline, Mom Up

I found this on a girls blog and i thought I'd share it..

A friend recently posted on her blog about having to ground her daughter for the first time and as I read it all I could think was, “Good for her! Finally, a parent actually parenting!” And then I started thinking about all the times I have heard people say things like, “I would love to give little Johnny a time out but he just gets up and runs off and I just can’t keep chasing him.” Or there is, “Little Susie just doesn’t listen to me at all. I can’t control her.” And the best one, “I just want to be her friend. If I constantly tell her what to do she will hate me.”

A you freaking kidding me!?! I just want to grab these women and scream, “MOM UP!” at the top of my lungs right in there wimpy, pathetic, non-parenting faces!

We have a job, ladies, a job. We were not given children so that we could sit around and let them do whatever it is they want. We were not given children so we could be their buddies, pals, or best friends. Parenting is not always about being popular. Parenting is about training up our children. It is about creating responsible human beings who won’t become leaches off society. It is about raising men and women, not pansies!

Sometimes as a parent you are just going to have to get your Super Nanny on! If little Johnny won’t stay put in time out then you may just have to place his butt right back in that naughty spot over and over and over again. And if it takes three hours then it takes three hours. Yes, it will suck. Yes, it will be hard. And yes, you will hear lots of horrible stuff come out of your precious little darling (like “you suck”, and “you are mean”, and even “I hate you”) but in the end if you follow through little Johnny will indeed cave and realize that you mean business.

What’s that? You think your precious Susie is too old for a time out? Then pull out your inner Dr. Phil and find Susie’s currency! What makes her tick? What is it that she craves to do or play with everyday? Find it and use it! You are not her mother so you can play nice all the time – if she is being a brat and misbehaving then mom up and discipline her! Take the toys away, take the TV away, take the video games away, take the phone away – whatever it is that works to get her attention – mom up and do it!

It will be hard – no one ever said parenting would be easy, but in the end you will be so blessed! In the end you will have kids who respect your authority and who respect themselves.

You will be teaching them. Teaching them is much more important than enabling sorry behavior.

Yes, every parent dreams of being the cool one. Every parent dreams of being the best friend of their kid forever. But that just isn’t reality. In reality, every parent needs to parent because when they don’t… Seriously, do I need to paint a picture of when they don’t? Look on the news for crying out loud!

Mom up, ladies! Do your job! Don’t make excuses! God didn’t give you those kids so you could sit idly by and let the devil take over – God gave them to you for a reason, to fulfill His plan and the only way it can be done is if you train them up right.

Here's the site:

I so need to take this advice..Danielle is out of control and gets away with everything...Not anymore!!

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Sunday Stealing


1. How old will you be in five years?
I will be 36 yrs old in five years..

2. Who did you spend at least two hours with today?

My daughters

3. How tall are you?


4. What do you look forward to most in the next six weeks?


5. What’s the last movie you saw?

Saw 5

6. Who was the last person you called?

The guy at the storage next post will explain why and what's going on.

7. Who was the last person to call you?

The guy at the storage place

8. What was the last text message you received?

no cellphone...a waste of money to me

9. Who was the last person to leave you a voicemail?

once again no cellphone

10. Do you prefer to call or text?


11. What were you doing at 12am last night?

watching tv , falling asleep

12. Are your parents married/separated/divorced?

My dad died when I was 17 and my mom remarried

13. When is the last time you saw your mom?

August 2009

14. What color are your eyes?


15. What time did you wake up today?

7:30 am

16. What are you wearing right now?

pink and black flannel pajama pants and a pink and black breast cancer shirt

17. What is your favorite christmas song?

I hate Christmas

18. Where is your favorite place to be?


19. Where is your least favorite place to be?

New York

20. Where would you go if you could go anywhere?

right now? Florida to see Tara, my cousin

21. Where do you think you’ll be in 10 years?

In NY living somewhere working and very unhappy

22. Do you tan or burn?

I tan

23. What did you fear was going to get you at night as a child?

the sandman

24. What was the last thing that really made you laugh?

I don't even remember

25. How many TVs do you have in your house?


26. How big is your bed?

It's a queen

27. Do you have a laptop or desktop computer?


29. What color are your sheets?

red and dark blue

30. How many pillows do you sleep with?


31. What is your favorite season?


32. What do you like about Autumn?


33. What do you like about winter?


Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Weight Loss Goals

My health is being affected by my weight now so no more games. This weight loss is serious and changes need to be made. My #1 weakness is soda. I always have a soda with me and it needs to stop. My stomach hurts on a constant basis due to all the soda I drink. I lost a few of my teeth due to rottening because of the soda. I have no energy at all either. My goal for this week is NO MORE SODA! Water, Water, and more water..I'm going to buy dr. pepper diet in case I really need a soda. I've tried it before and it tastes pretty good so I'll buy a case of it tonight. I'm also starting the special K challange. There stuff is good. I've done this before actually. I'll keep everyone updated and tonight I will be taking before photos.

Monday, February 8, 2010

Internet Horror Story

This story changed my life actually. My ex and I were dating for 4 years. My family moved to Virginia and we decided to stay together through this and have a long distance relationship. We were chatting online one night when he said he had a very important question to ask me. I said OK what is it. He asked me to marry him. I know online but he said he was asking me now and then he was going to ask me again in a more romantic way when I went to visit him in NY. Right after he asked me my internet froze. I kept trying to type and it kept saying not responding. So I had to wait for the page to come back on so I can answer him. Finally after a few minutes it came back on and I type in all caps yes. It said he signed off. He didn't come back online for a few days and I sent him a message asking him what happened. He said he was sorry for asking me that and he thought I felt differently about him. Apparently he thought I signed off after he asked me. So now of course a few days later we broke up and he met someone else. I always wondered where my life would have went if things were different that night. But  guess things happen for a reason. Ever have something bad happen to you because of your horrible internet service. If so check this site out:  wild blue high speed internet. They off internet service through satellite from anywhere in the US. They have a special right now for $39 activation fee plus shipping and handling. Check them out now so you can avoid an internet horror story like mine.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

$6,500 Tax Credit

If you are a first time home buyer you are entitled up to $8,000 tax credit. This tax credit has been extended and expanded to include those homeowners who wish to "move on"after being in their current home for 5 years. Check out this site:

$6,500 Tax Credit. Those homeowners that have lived in their homes for 5 out of 8 years are eligible to receive a $6,500 tax credit. There will be no more extensions on this so you need to hurry and buy a home and have a written, binding contract by April 30,2010. Income limits are set to $125,000 for those that are single and $225,000 for those that are married. There is a limit of the purchase amount of the home. That amount must be no more than $800,00. This deal is a very good deal for new home buyers. Buying a home for the first time is hard enough and now you get some extra money back to help out with your new home. You can buy furniture for the new house, decorations, pots, pans, or whatever you may need. Pay off some bills, put money away for a rainy day. Whatever you wish to do with your money I suggest you jump this deal NOW!!. Remember they will not be giving any more extensions so act now! Watch this video below to learn more..

Friday, February 5, 2010

Mega Swagbucks Friday

It's Mega Swag Bucks Friday! What does that mean? When you search through Swagbucks all of today, you'll have a chance at winning higher than average bucks, like 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 or 500! I love swagbucks for earning free giftcards or Amazon money!

Not a member of Swagbucks? What are you waiting for? It is an easy and fun to earn free money! Go here to learn more about Swagbucks and to join. Oh and you'll get 3 free Swag Bucks for joining!

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Stupid Ear Infections

So Danielle went to bed at 9 last night. Every half hour or so woke up screaming. Finally at 1 in the morning, I ask her whats wrong (I originally thought she was having nightmares). She told me her ear hurts. So we went to the ER. Sure enough she has an ear infection. We got medicine and got home around 330 in the morning. They slept until 10 this morning so it wasn't to bad. Ohh Don't forget...Valentines Day in 10 more days. My favorite holiday...I love it!

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Madea Goes To Jail


This movie is hysterical. I definitly give it a 5 out of 5. Not much more to say about it, but you should definitly see it.
Anyways...I haven't been around in awhile i know. First of all mike was in the field last week for 5 days. During that time I was home alone with 2 kids and no phone because my MIL once again failed to pay the bill. Alexandra (my 18 month old) fell down the stairs. They are carpeted and she fell down 4 steps but I still panicked. She cried for like 2 minutes and was fine again. I was more pissed I couldn't call anyone but she was fine. Anyways the phone is now on because we paid it. Mike finally got his tax check so we paid some bills, did some food shopping and now we are saving the rest for a rainy day. Of course Mikes mom asked to borrow $2,000 for what who knows. I told Mike if he gives her money we are done. Anyways...I got school work to do..Bye!