Java Factory Coffee Giveaway

A good cup of joe! I cannot start my day without one. Well, sometimes I can but them I am reaching for a Pepsi by 10 am-UGH! We also have a Keurig and am so glad to offer this giveaway to my Keurig owning friends!

40 Count Java Factory Single Cup Coffee Giveaway Jan 30 - Feb 22 #javafactory
Java Factory Variety Pack Single Cup Coffee:

  • Let’s you try a bunch of different flavors and roasts and figure out which one you like best
  • Are compatible with Keurig Original K-Cup Brewers, not compatible with Keurig 2.0 Brewers
  • Made from 100% Fresh Roasted Arabica coffee
  • Has a new filter system delivers more taste per cup


40 Count Java Factory Single Cup Coffee Giveaway Jan 30 - Feb 22 #javafactory

My Thoughts:
When I tried Java Factory’s Vanilla Dream is I decided that it was heaven in a cup and that a new favorite coffee! I added it to my wishlist so that my Mom would get me some for Christmas and when my second box of this awesome coffee arrived I couldn’t wait and made a cup in the middle of the day. While Vanilla Dream is still my favorite, I enjoy all the different coffees in the variety box. Each one is smooth, flavorful, and delicious. My boyfriend tried several different ones. He likes a stronger coffee so the taste and the kick that Da Bomb offers appealed most to him. The variety box lets us both have our favorites. I would highly recommend Java Factory Single Cup Coffee to anyone that loves a great cup of coffee.

Two Rivers Coffee has graciously offered to give one lucky winner a 40 count variety box of Java Factory Single Cup Coffee for Keurig K Cup Brewers! For your chance to win just enter on the widget below. Remember the more entries you do the better your chances are of winning.

Can’t Wait? Get Your Java Factory Variety Pack Today!

40 Count Java Factory Single Cup Coffee Giveaway Jan 30 - Feb 22 #javafactory

Hosted By: PaulaMS’ Giveaways, Reviews, and Freebies

Dates: Jan 30 –  Feb 22

Prize: 40 count box of Java Factory Single Cup Coffee for Keurig K Cup Brewers

Chances of winning depend on entries received.
Open to US residents 18 years and older

Winning entry will be verified

40 count box of Java Factory Single Cup Coffee Giveaway

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Make Chores Easier with the Reach It Grab It

Who doesn’t want a way to make chores easier? Do you have trouble getting chores done? Maybe you dropped something or your spouse placed something high on a shelf and you cannot reach it. Maybe your children are “tired” and do not want to clean up.

make chores easier reach it grab it

Make chores fun with this simple tool. The Reach it Grab it is light enough even for my toddler to carry and use! Princess liked using it to pick up small and large stuffed animals that Lil’ Red had dumped all over the living room floor.

We used the Reach it Grab it at Christmas time to hand stockings in our kitchen doorway since we do not own a fireplace or mantel. I think putting a sock on the jaw end would make for a great ceiling fan cleaner.

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D is for D-Day: American History Resources for Kids

Welcome back to our fourth week of the ABC’s of American History. This week we have Samantha from Le Chaim on the Right sharing her resource list for D-Day. She used her affiliate links to provide you a quick resource on Amazon.

“The eyes of the world are upon you.” -Eisenhower

WWII is my passion. With this tough time period, it’s easier to find resources for high school students rather than elementary, but I tried to compile a list for grades 1-6.

D-Day was the Allied invasion in Normandy, France during World War II. It began on June 6, 1944, with 150,000 Allied forces fighting for freedom. The Germans knew what the Allies would attack soon, but they didn’t quite know where. The Allies had staged a fake attack quite north of France, where Hitler awaited their attack. The Allies took Germany by surprise, and D-Day was a huge success – and the turning point of WWII.

D is for D-Day

Interesting facts to make your D-Day study more interesting:

  • The “D” in D-Day stands for Day. There is also “H-Hour”
  • D-Day is known as Operation Overlord.
  • D-Day was the largest seaborne invasion in history.
  • George S. Patton did not fight during D-Day. Instead, Patton was benched and led a fake army to distract Hitler from the real battle plans in Normandy (D-Day). This stunt was called Operation Quicksilver. The Germans then got wind of Quicksilver – and prepared for such. This came as a major shock to Hitler, and greatly contributed to D-Day’s success.

There are many books written about D-Day. Check out your local library for more ideas! Along with the book, I tried to list an approximate age range.

Teachers Pay Teachers is full of fun projects for all grade levels. You can sort projects by grade level, or by price.

D-Day for Kids is a nice $5 app targeting kids ages 6-8.

There aren’t too many WWII films for younger kids. However, a few years ago I was lucky to stumble upon Valiant, an animated film about Britain’s messenger pigeons. It was the first and only time I have seen facts at the end of an animated film. Molly, An American Girl, explores WWII, and although not necessarily D-day, is still a great clean, family movie.


For students old enough, of course the obvious two classics are Saving Private Ryan and Band of Brothers and for students old enough, those are must-watches. No exceptions. Here are a few alternatives, but still not really for anyone under 10.

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Come back next week to see what new resources we have to share while we learn all about the  letter E during the ABC’s of American History.

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