Island Of Lemurs

Island of Lemurs” Madagascar will take you on an experience you’ve never imagined where you’ll be introduced to these strange creatures called lemurs that you’ll never forget.

Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX Entertainment brings you a Blu-Ray combo pack and Digital HD available on March 31st. The Blu-Ray and Digital HD will include a bonus 3D version with adorable bonus features including The Cutest Lemur and more.

I’ve actually had the chance to see this via IMAX this past summer at the Ontario Science Center with my family, it was adorable, educational and the entire family loved it! Lemurs are so cute and we learned a lot about them, and their journey of life.

Morgan Freeman narrates the 3D documentary which is a true story of nature’s greatest explorers – lemurs.
Captured with IMAX 3D cameras, “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar” takes audiences on a spectacular journey to the remote and wondrous world of Madagascar, where lemurs arrived millions of years ago as castaways. They’ve since evolved into hundreds of diverse species, but are now highly endangered.

“Island of Lemurs: Madagascar” highlights the tireless efforts of trailblazing scientist Dr. Patricia C. Wright and her lifelong mission to help these strange and adorable creatures survive in the modern world. Joining David Douglas once again behind the scenes are editor Beth Spiegel, co-producer Diane Roberts, and composer Mark Mothersbaugh. Songs are by Hanitrarivo Rasoanaivo & Tarika.

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February 19, 2015 – 12:39 PM - | Posted in Entertainment, Movies | No Comments »

69 and Ripped! Vince McMahon On The Cover Of Muscle and Fitness

Amazing! Simply Amazing! Vince McMahon, WWE Chairman and 69 years old, made the cover of Muscle and Fitness Magazine’s March issue. He looks great!


I found the magazine a few days ago while on a shopping trip, and was amazed at how fit Mr. McMahon is!

Inside the magazine WWE’s Chairman not only shows off his chiseled physic but he also includes some of his current workouts. WWE COO Triple H and his wife (and Vince’s Daughter) graced the cover of Music and Fitness December 2014 cover. Currently Triple H is the editorial advisor to Muscle & Fitness while Stephanie is the same to Shape magazine.

What do you think of Vince’s cover? Shocked at how good a 69 year old can look? You can pick up the March 2015 issue now.

To see tweets from Superstars about the cover click here.

Don’t forget, February is FREE for new subscribers of the WWE Network. You can watch Fast Lane as well as other WWE Programming for FREE!! Click here for more info on WWE Network

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February 19, 2015 – 11:58 AM - | Posted in #WWEMoms, WWE | No Comments »

WWE Network is FREE For The Month Of February #WWEMoms


WWE Network is FREE for new subscribers for the month of February. What does that mean? It means because you’ve been a slacker and NOT ordered WWE Network yet, YOU get a free month, unlike myself, who’s had the network since the day it launched, AND I LOVE IT! So for you, getting it free for a month, shouldn’t be something you pass up easily.

Not only will you get WWE Network and all of its great original programming FREE for the month of February, that also includes the FASTLANE pay per view, a pay per view which you would pay over $50 bucks for on cable or satalite, you get FREE in the month of February.

WWE Network doesn’t make you sign a commitment, you can cancel at any time, why you would is beyond me, but if you want to, you can. That means each month you continue with the network, you only pay $9.99 (US) for programming AND a pay per view! Yes, that even includes Wrestlemania 31 on March 29th. You’ll also get to view NXT Rival, the NXT PPV as well as the weekly NXT shows!

“Last November, we offered a free month of WWE Network to new subscribers with great success, helping us reach the one million subscriber milestone,” said Michelle Wilson, WWE Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer. “We are excited to extend the same opportunity in February to those who have not yet subscribed, so they can experience all that WWE Network offers right before WrestleMania.

WWE just recently announced announced that WWE Network had surpassed one million subscribers just 11 months after launch, making it the fastest-growing digital subscription service.

Like other digital subscription services, such as Netflix and Hulu Plus, fans are able to sign up for WWE Network online by going to and can watch WWE Network on their TVs through connected devices such as Sony PlayStation 3, Sony PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Roku streaming devices as well as Smart TVs, including Sony and Samsung. The U.S. English language version of WWE Network is available direct to consumers in more than 170 countries and territories, and recently launched in the UK and Ireland.
WWE Network’s one-of-a-kind programming includes all 12 WWE pay-per-view events LIVE at no additional charge, plus groundbreaking original series, reality shows, documentaries, classic matches, exclusive coverage of special events and more than 2,000 titles in its video-on-demand library.

For a complete listing of WWE Network availability by country and device, please click here.

Click here for more info on WWE Network

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February 5, 2015 – 7:01 PM - | Posted in #WWEMoms, Wrestling, WWE | No Comments »

Kids Safety and Tech. – What you need to know…


It would be easy to say “My kid won’t get a phone until they can pay for it themselves”. I hear it everyday. I hear, “Why does your 10 year old have a phone? They don’t need a phone at that age!”. Thing is, they do. In my opinion it’s unrealistic to think that a child doesn’t need to grow up with the technology we use day to day, and that includes phones, computers and tablets.

I at one point thought, there’s no way my kids need a phone or a tablet. My mind has changed. Once my oldest daughter (who’s now 11) started venturing out into the neighborhood on her own, going to the park, to her friends houses, I started to worry. It’s a different world out there than what we grew up in, I needed to know she was ok, I needed to know where she was at all times. Call me a helicopter mom, so be it, I wanted to know my child was safe! So, we got her a phone…..

Thing is, how to do make sure they’re safe within not only your own neighborhood, but within their technology community as well? You worry about the dangers lurking online, the dangers lurking in social media, you don’t want your child to get mixed up in that mess. Yes, I worry about that too, but we have safe guards and we talk to our daughter about the ‘rules’ and ‘responsibilities’ she has with her phone, tablet and computer.


Step 1 – Establish master passwords.  Each device our children own have a password attached to just log into. Do they know this password? No! It’s known only by myself and my husband. This means that to get on their computer or tablet, our children must ask permission first.

Step 2 – Know what your carrier offers.  Your wireless carriers should provide some good features and apps to use when it comes to family safety. Being Verizon Wireless customers, we are offered Family Base which lets you track your kids activity like when they access the internet, or text from their device. You can also see when they’re using their their phone or internet, and read text messages.

Step 3 – Know the Apps they’re downloading.   My oldest daughter really wanted to download this game called Five Nights of Freddy, so I downloaded it onto my device first and checked it out before I would allow her to download it. We also have a password on the Google Play Store, in which she doesn’t know, therefore in order to download something from the Play Store, again she has to ask permission. This lessens the chance of her downloading apps she has no business using. As for social media, she’s allowed to use Facebook as we have a lot of family out of state/country, however, we again have a password that she doesn’t even know. She’s logged in, however, I can also log in at any point in time on my own device to see exactly what she’s been doing.  I made sure that her Facebook profile is also private, so no one can see her posts or photos unless they’re friends with her.

It may seem intrusive to some, however the safety of my children come first. So why bother letting them use technology if I’m afraid of danger? Because it’s a part of our world today. Location services also help when she’s out with her friends. At any point in time, I can use my Google + app to see her location. She only has her location on her device to share with myself and my husband, so the entire world doesn’t know where she is, it’s just us.

One of the first things we did as well, was talk to our daughters about the dangers of going online. We taught them not to friend people they don’t know. Not to give personal information like their real names, the places they go, the city they live in. Only friend those people that you 100% know who they are in real life.

One of my favorite apps that we have on all of our children’s devices is called Screen Time Parental Control and on our devices we have the Screen Time Remote. This app does cost money, it’s not free, however, it’s well worth the investment. We are able to lock apps, lock the phones during certain times of days. We also get emails whenever something has been changed or downloaded onto the devices. Daily emails also tell us how much time they have been on their devices for the day.

Using Screen Time Parental Control we have set hours on each device. We have a school time lock, which locks all apps except for texting and phone usage. We also have a time limit after school house during the week (1 hour of use) and a bedtime lock where they cannot use apps, Google etc. We have ran into trouble in the past where my oldest had snuck her tablet up to bed and stayed up all night watching YouTube and playing games. With Screen Time, this is no longer an issue. Weekend hours are set to 4 hours of use, however, during the week (and on weekends) they can earn more time by asking us through the app. For instance, cleaning room adds 15 mins of time, and other various chores allows them to ask us through the Screen Time App, and we can approve or not for more time to be added from our own devices.

We can also see what they’ve been doing through our own device, we can see if they’ve been on YouTube, for how long and what they’ve been watching and/or searching for. We can see Google Searches as well.

The thing with Kids and Technology isn’t much about the age, it’s how responsible they are with it, and how you as a parent take part in having safety talks with them, and how you monitor their usage. It isn’t that you can’t, it’s finding the right ways you need to monitor your children. We’ve had talks about other social media such as Twitter, Instagram, KIK and SnapChat, and how they’re not age appropriate or something they need to be a part of at this age, and the dangers that can come along with some social media networks.

I don’t have teens just yet, we’re almost there, I’m sure there’s more talks to come, but for now, this is how we’ve chosen to keep our kids safe with technology.

No compensation was made for this post – all opinions expressed here are my own.
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February 4, 2015 – 12:34 AM - | Posted in Internet Safety, technology | No Comments »

Make Sure You Do It …… #LikeAGirl

When you hear the words “like a girl” what do you think?  If someone tells you you “throw like a girl?” or that you “run like a girl” what do you think? What do you say? Do you take it as a compliment or a put down?

It’s time we stand up and do everything like a girl.  We are strong, we are independent, we can do things “Like A Girl” and be proud of it!  The WWE and the NXT Divas show us what it’s like to do it Like A Girl!  Take a peek at the video below and see how strong, how courageous and how meaningful it is to be a girl!!

I have been compensated for this post as I participate in the WWEmoms campaign – all opinions expressed here are my own.
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February 3, 2015 – 11:14 PM - | Posted in #WWEMoms, WWE | No Comments »
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