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Posts from August 2013


How To Finish Your To Do List
Do you ever feel like your "To Do" list is neverending? That's how I've been feeling lately - especially with all of the last minute summer parties I need to attend!

The best way I've found, to cross off items on my "To Do" list, is to go to Woodman's Food Market!

That's because they are a convenient one-stop, grocery shopping destination!

Besides their HUGE grocery store, Woodman's stores also feature oil change centers, car washes, discount gas stations and they have extremely well-stocked liquor stores.

And speaking of their liquor stores, my husband is obsessed with their 'Mix 'N Match Micro Brews." He can choose from hundreds of micro-brews to create the 6-pack of his dreams at a GREAT price!

I love how Woodman's shelves are alwasy fully stocked and they have a huge natural and organic section.

The employees are always friendly, especially because they're 100% employeed owned!

And if you're looking for their weekly store flyer, just visit their website now.

I promise you, you'll have a better shopping experience at Woodman's Food Market because they have better products, better prices, better service because they're employee owned!
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Elizabeth's Emotional Announcement
Do you know someone who has struggled to have a baby? Elizabeth Kay reveals the journey she and her husband are currently on to have a baby.


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Must See Clay Matthews Video
Check out this hilarious video I took while I was up at the Green Bay Packers training camp practice on Sunday! This little girl REALLY wanted Clay Matthews to know how her mom feels about him!
 
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It's A One-Stop Shop!
Today was one of those days where I had to run A LOT of errands. I needed to pick up beer for my husband's birthday, a cake, dinner, I needed gas in my car, an oil change and a car wash (the drive back and forth to Green Bay sure did leave a lot of bugs on the car).

Thankfully, Woodman's Food Market is right in our neighborhood. They are a convenient one-stop shop grocery-shopping destination!

Besides grocery items, they have an extremely well-stocked liquor store, discount gas stations, an oil change center and car washes - and they always have the best prices!

I love that they're a local Wisconsin company too, it makes me feel good to know I'm putting money back into the community!

My husband loves their Mix 'n Match Micro Brews that he can choose from, they have hundreds!

If you're looking for a better shopping experience, you need to vist the Woodman's Food Market in your neighborhood right away! Because they have better products, better service, because they're employee owned!
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Check Out This Family
You never know what you'll see at the Wisconsin State Fair and today was no different. Take a look at this cute family from Racine. They all have on matching t-shirts!

And on the back of the shirts are checklists of what to do at the Wisconsin AND Minnesota State Fair! They were a lot of fun to meet!

If you're headed to the fair, make sure to stop by The Mix tent in the Midway, by Spin City near the main entrance. We have prizes and your chance to win a 4-pack of 2-day passes the the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary party!

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