Wow! I had a great weekend in Ft. Lauderdale at our Annual Publisher Meet Up. We had dozens of amazing National sponsors that treated us like royalty. They have great products and some are run by very inspirational women. Check the bottom of this note for info/links on a few!
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If you plan on attending the South Florida Science Museums 50th Birthday Bash (look for details in This Weeks Picks) please come by our table and say Hi! We'll be doing a fun fall leaf craft. Have a fabulous week!
Boboli Pizza Crusts - Pizza is awesome, but is even better when you make it yourself. Boboli Pizza Crusts are already made and ready for you to add toppings! They have great recipes online as well. We had taco pizza that was out of this world!
Sticker Farm - Remember sticker books? An amazing mom from South Carolina decided that they need to be brought back! They're also going to come out with Scratch and Sniff stickers soon. FUN!
Scout by Bungalow - Super cute totes, coolers, bins and more. Tons of adorable patterns and affordable too!
Cookies for Kids Cancer - YUM! These cookies are DELISH and support a very good cause. Not many people are aware of the rising rate of pediatric cancer, because nobody wants to talk about it. PLEASE visit the site and learn more about this great cause.
Holidays are right around the corner, and with that brings tons of shoppers to malls and online stores. WPB Macaroni Kid loves supporting local businesses and wants to help bring you loyal customers. We'd rather them go to the local ...
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Drop a penny into a vase of water and add a pinch of sugar to keep fresh cut flowers perkier longer. The copper is a fungicide and acts with the sugar to preserve the water from too many yeasts and ...
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