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Jen lives in West Ottawa and uses the city's events and people and places as her blog's backdrop to bring you things local that you can identify with. "I want to do what others might need a sitter for!" She's 40 and has one son, Gabriel who is 10 years old. She dreams of becoming a freelance writer. And currently writes for several sites.

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Drink up!..with Hidrate Spark! #Review

| October 23, 2017 | 4 Comments
Drink up!..with Hidrate Spark! #Review

      Drink up!..with Hidrate Spark!  I, like most people, did not drink as much water daily as suggested. The Hidrate Spark helped me to get on a better track to a more healthy lifestyle. This product and associated app (Hidrate Spark in your phones App Store) let you set a recommended daily intake based […]

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Body Shop Review — New AND Bestselling Products and a Giveaway ~ Ottawa 06/29

| May 29, 2014 | 29 Comments
Body Shop Review — New AND Bestselling Products and a Giveaway ~ Ottawa 06/29

I love the Body Shop. My favourite product that makes me panic when I run out is: Tea Tree Blemish Gel ($10.00) When I had the opportunity to try out other “Best Sellers”, I jumped up and down like a schoolgirl given her parents credit card for back-to-school shopping! The following items were what was […]

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Ford C Max Review

| June 20, 2013 | 1 Comment
Ford C Max Review

Between a broken wrist (“a pretty serious injury” as far as my Doctor, Physio and WSIB workers are concerned), and a pretty serious viral infection, this year so far has been a roller coaster. Ford Canada gave me the opportunity to try out the Ford C Max for a week, and what a week it […]

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International Day of Pink!

| April 10, 2013 | 0 Comments
International Day of Pink!

Everyone in life deals with bullies, some more often than others. Some deal with them as kids, and the kids eventually grow out of it. The victims deal with it in many ways – crying, talking it out with parents and teachers, changing schools..at least how we dealt with it when I was growing up. […]

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