Friday, May 13, 2011

Magazine Launch Party

Mom’s Advice Magazine Launch Party!

Join us at Belly Sprout shop in Fullerton, California on Saturday, June 4th from 4-7pm for a fun night away from the house! We’ll be having guest speakers, complimentary cupcakes from PamperMeSweets, raffles for you to partake in, and massages from Natural Hands Therapy!
Our Special Guest Speaker lineup includes:
Leah Stewart- the proud owner of the LiveLife Pilates studio in Orange County, California. She is our new upcoming fitness editor, and will speaking about and giving fitness tips to all of you mommies to stay healthy and fit.
Natalie Gouche’ (Mogul Mom) - is a snazzy Social Media Marketing Couch and is also featured in our Summer Issue as a great example of a stay at home mom. She will be sharing tips for fellow moms on the ‘how-to’ of starting your own business, as well as strategic methods on how to grow your business through social media tactics.
Patricia Candido- a successful business mother, who also makes an appearance in our Summer Issue, will be speaking about her jewelry line. 

Christy Funk- owner of Belly Sprout, will be speaking on Eco Beauty and sharing some insider tips with us! She will also have an Eco Beauty Bar available for any women who would like to make purchases! 
Our Spokes-Model and photographer Shea Anne will be there as well, so keep an eye out.
Space is very limited, so please email us ASAP to reserve your space! Tickets are free

We are also now accepting sponsors for our Launch Party, which will enable you to showcase your products and the round-a-bouts of your business. You have many options in your sponsorship, which include but are not limited to: booth table at Launch Party, our website recognition with your company’s logo, social media postings, and bag inserts. Email us for information and pricing:

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Family Facts Pregnacy Organizer & Planner Review

Pam Socolow’s Family Facts Pregnancy Organizer & Planner Review!

Who around here is obsessed with organizing and all things organizer related? I for one am, but after getting pregnant my organizing skills decided to take a few turns for the worst. Where did I leave my address book that I spent hours coding? Where’s my pocket calendar? Where did I leave the business card to that store that had the awesome baby formula? I’d be lucky if I found it in a few weeks, and I couldn’t always depend on my husband to remember absolutely everything that I would wind up forgetting. When I received Pam Socolow’s Family Facts Pregnancy Organizer & Planner, I couldn’t stop worrying about losing it. After a few days of using it, I discovered (to my great satisfaction) that my days of brain-forgetting and item misplacement will probably forever remain if I’m pregnant, but at least this thing will back me up.
The number one advantage that the Family Facts Pregnancy Organizer & Planner has on its side is that it does everything. I have my calendar (bye-bye pocket calendar!), I have my contacts (farewell address book!), and I even have a section for health check-ups, and baby planning (goodbye random scraps of paper!). I adore the checklists available in the calendar section, the little tips randomly spewed at the bottom of pages, the fill-in-yourself calendar, and the bountiful supply of baby resources. I can track my maternity leave, my gift registry and my gift cards, and any baby names I like. I can even create checklists for what I need for myself and the baby, and any types of classes that I want to attend with my newborn! The delivery day bag check off list is great to have as well. This planner is geared towards pregnancy, and because of this it immediately helps my (shall we say, lacking) brain when it comes to staying organized for all things baby. If the vast amount of checklists isn’t great enough, there’s even stickers such as “appointment”, “class”, “week 28” and “hospital tour” that I can pull out and stick onto the calendar so I don’t have to fill it in myself. Helllooo lazy people like myself! Business cards don’t need to fly away anymore, since there’s even little plastic holders in the back for such things.

The Family Facts Pregnancy Organizer & Planner is awesomely packaged, a perfect size (not too big, not too small) and conveniently comes with a pen and pen slot built into it so I don’t have to fish around in my purse anymore. This is one I’ll be recommending to any pregnant lady who loves a good organizer.

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