Get the Royal Treatment on Your Holiday

Get the Royal Treatment on Your Holiday

This is a partnered guest post.

Many people would like to take a world-class vacation but don’t know where to begin making plans. There are so many details that need to coincide to make the experience a pleasant one. One of the best ways to make sure you get the vacation of a lifetime is to find a company that will make all of the arrangements. They will know the territory and be able to offer discounts on airfares and restaurants as well as tips for each destination. If you travel with Royal Holiday, you’ll be working with one such company.

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Celebrating World Animal Day #DawnDayinTheWildlife

Travel sponsorship provided by Dawn.

Today, October 4th, is World Animal Day – a date dedicated to the worldwide improvement of animal welfare. In honor of this day, I had the opportunity to attend a special event hosted by International Bird Rescue at their wildlife center based in San Pedro, California. The IBR hosted a special tour of their facilities to give us a firsthand look at the work they do to rescue distressed birds, and got a little help from some special volunteers: Actors Adrian Grenier and Keegan Allen. Both stars are huge animal lovers and wanted to lend their profiles to this event as a way to raise awareness for the important work being done.

Adrian Grenier

The tour kicked off with a crash course from Dr. Rebecca Duerr on how to examine an injured bird. This California Brown Pelican was admitted due to a broken wing.

Adrian Grenier holding a pelican

Observing the pelican's wing

Pelican opens its beak

Pelican exam

Keegan Allen

Attending to a Western Grebe

After checking in on these bird patients, the next stop on the tour was a washing station, where one of the volunteers explained why they use Dawn dish soap to clean oiled birds. As I mentioned in my “Day in The Wildlife” article earlier this week, International Bird Rescue discovered through their research that Dawn was the best substance to use for this process. Inspired by this discovery and the organization’s request for help, Dawn began donating both its product and funds to both IBR and The Marine Mammal Center to assist with the cause.

Adrian Grenier learns about the cleaning process for birds

Dawn dish soap

Washing station

Next, we visited a feeding station where we were shown how the birds’ food of mealworms and krill is prepared. Mmmm!

Adrian Grenier learns about bird food

The volunteers at International Bird Rescue put in all of this hard work because of one goal: Getting these injured birds rehabilitated and released back into the wild. So it was a privilege that we were able to end our tour by witnessing a bird release down at White Point Beach!

Palm trees

White Point Beach

Andrew Harmon, Director of Marketing & Communications at International Bird Rescue, welcomed us to this special moment and told us about the birds that were about to be set free after being successfully rehabilitated: A California Brown Pelican, a Brown Booby, and seven Western Gulls.

Andrew Harmon

Myself and the other members of the media in attendance anxiously waited as the crates containing the rescued birds were brought down to the beach.

Press at the IBR event

Carrying crates down to the beach

Keegan Allen and Adrian Grenier were given the honors of opening the crates to release the birds.

Keegan Allen

Pelican release

Pelican release – photo by Susan Goldman

Gulls fly free!

I can’t think of a better way top celebrate World Animal Day than by seeing these birds return to their natural habitat! To get a look through the eyes of the volunteers and all that they do to prepare for this moment, check out this awesome “Virtual Volunteer” video:

I’ll have much more to share with you from my experiences this week, including an interview with Keegan Allen about his involvement with IBR, so stay tuned for more on this amazing organization!

How are you celebrating World Animal Day?

A Day in The Wildlife at The Marine Mammal Center #DawnDayInTheWildlife

The Marine Mammal Center

Travel sponsorship provided by Dawn.

Earlier this month, I had the privilege of visiting The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California. This incredible organization is dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating injured marine animals, and is almost entirely volunteer-run: Over 1,000 committed volunteers put in long and often challenging hours, all for the love of wildlife.

The Ghost Net Monster

We started our day off with a tour of the facility and overview of what they do. The Marine Mammal Center is dedicated to not only saving animals with rescues, but also to preventing animals from needing their help in the first place by taking care of the local habitat. TMMC has numerous educational programs in place to help people understand the impact of their actions and how they can help. One of the first things you’ll notice in the center is this “Trash art” made from recovered garbage. This piece is called “The Ghost Net Monster” and is constructed from the very same nets that kill whales when they are mistaken for food and eaten.

Rescue demo

Our tour guide, Mitchell, was very engaging and does great impressions! He educated us about the local marine life and gave us a demonstration of how they rescue distressed animals using this little plushie. But while rescues are a more dramatic part of what they do at TMMC, it’s just one of the aspects of what they do. Indeed, much of what the volunteers spend their time on is nowhere near as “Glamorous”.

Beeb gets ready to volunteer at TMMC!

To help give us a hands-on experience of how hard these volunteers work, we were given the opportunity to get stuck in and help ourselves. Here I am donning rubber boots and getting ready to wash down a truck!

Power washing a truck

This truck is one of the rescue vehicles used to transport hurt animals to and from the Center. If you have sharp eyes, you might notice a bottle of Dawn dish soap in the background – that is because Dawn is a big supporter of The Marine Mammal Center, donating both funds and soap to the facility. Dawn’s support of animal rescue groups started 30 years ago, when the company started getting requests from charities asking for donations of soap. Why did they want this specific dish soap so badly? After doing extensive studies on which substances worked best for removing oil from feathers, Alice Berkner, founder of International Bird Rescue determined that Dawn dish soap worked the best. After this was brought to Dawn’s attention, they decided to organize more formal partnerships with both the International Bird Rescue and The Marine Mammal Center so that they could more efficiently support the animal rescue workers in need of their help. So you’ll notice a lot of Dawn if you’re volunteering at either of these places! We also used the soap to scrub fish scales off the walls of the kitchen. Why were there fish scales on the wall, you ask? Well…

Sorting fish!

Another big job is sorting fish out of a big frozen block. The fish are removed, inspected, and either put into a bucket to be fed to the wildlife patients, or into a compost bucket. As we were shown the ropes, the volunteers explained that any damaged fish are to be discarded, as they don’t want to feed the animals anything they wouldn’t eat themselves. Prepared a little differently, I’m sure, but the point remains. ;)

Talking to the staff and helping with some of the chores really illustrated the true passion and dedication which they have. To spend hours every week voluntarily doing hard, unpaid work really underscores their commitment to animals. And we had the true honor of witnessing with our own eyes the whole reason why every volunteer works so hard: A release of rehabilitated sea lions.

Sea lion release

It was an unbelievable honor to be able to participate in this release. It is extremely rare for non-staff members to come along – only 4 “Outsiders” have ever been allowed to attend a release, so the fact that our group had the chance to do this was incredible. We took a long drive out to Chimney Rock in Point Reyes for the release, as they purposely choose isolated beaches to return the animals to for their safety.

Chimney Rock in Point Reyes

We were allowed to help carry the crates containing the sea lions out of the back of the rescue vehicle and set them down by the water for release. We were then sent up to an observation point to watch as the volunteers opened the crates and let the sea lions back out into the wild.

Animal rescue

TMMC sea lion release

There were three sea lions being released: The first was “Fritters”, a subadult California sea lion that was brought to TMMC because she was severely underweight, malnourished, and suffering heart murmurs. The other two California sea lions, “Row” and “Apostrophe”, were both yearlings and also malnourished and severely underweight. Row also had trauma on her right hind flipper due to getting a fishing hook caught on it.


Once the crates were opened, the sea lions dashed down to the water and swam off. It was an amazing moment! Fritters was released first, and after she swam off, Apostrophe and Row were released at the same time. They were jumping around in such a playful way as they swam – it was joyous to watch them return to freedom! At one point, the pair jumped up into the air out of the water and touched noses as if they were kissing; it was the kind of inspirational moment you’d see in a film.

Chimney Rock

After we finished the release, we were able to walk down a trail to another observation point and watch elephant seals through binoculars. It was a perfect way to end our day!

Elephant seal closeup

Beeb at Chimney Rock

I will have so much more to share with you over the coming weeks, including an interview with a TMMC volunteer and video footage of the sea lion release, so make sure to stay tuned for more on my “Day in the Wildlife” along with suggestions on how you can get involved and help!

Driving Routines 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Eco Review

Wow, as a mom of two there is a lot of shuffling around all the time. That doesn’t even include the acting and modeling auditions that they need to be shuttled to and from. But it does include dance, and piano and groceries and moms are on the go go go. Chevrolet that it would be a good idea for me to put the fuel-efficient 2014 Cruze Eco to the mom go go go test.


Centered by the strong, attention-grabbing grille, its swept-back lamps lead the eye across sculpted fenders, around the sides and back again. And don’t forget that those curves, lines and angles do more than just please the eye and turn heads. They improve aerodynamics; in the end optimizing fuel efficiency and helping you get the most out every gallon. And I got the most out of every gallon.

The Chevrolet Cruze Eco was dropped off on a Thursday and we drove it in the sun in the rain and to the grocery store and home. We drove to the park and to piano and to dance class. We drove and drove and drove and it was only around town errands that every mom and dad do on a daily basis.


It drives very different from my current car. The gas pedal responds differently but I can say that it has some power. This car has go go go juice and the kids liked it. I was really tempted to do circle eights in the church parking lot one day with them but I let my self conscience get the best of me.



One draw back is the back seat buckles, the latches don’t pull out at all so the kids had a hard time buckling their seats by themselves and it’s a pain for me to have to help both of them.  At age six and seven I’ve really enjoyed their self reliance when it comes to the car.



With advanced aerodynamics and a 1.4L turbocharged engine, it gives you advanced fuel efficiency without sacrificing performance. Cruze Eco delivers 138 horsepower with 148 lb.-ft. of torque and accelerates with authority.

The car has a lot of technology in it.:

With Chevrolet MyLink, all your favorites are in one place, conveniently displayed on the 7-inch diagonal color touch-screen. You can stream music, get directions, access your personal contacts and more. Just connect your compatible smartphone via Bluetooth® wireless technology or USB port. Use voice controls, steering wheel controls and the touch screen to access features such as hands-free calling and texting, SirusXM Satellite Radio, Stitcher™ Smart Radio and all your own MP3s.

Stay connected to your Cruze with myChevrolet and OnStar RemoteLink™ mobile apps. Start your vehicle (if equipped), check diagnostics, unlock doors, contact roadside assistance, keep track of routine maintenance and more. Available for download from the iTunes Store and Google Play.

RemoteLink Key Fob Services are a component of the OnStar RemoteLinkTM† app that gives you access to features such as remote start as well as locking and unlocking—even when miles away from your vehicle. This is included for five years after purchase of your 2014 Chevrolet vehicle, with or without a paid OnStar® subscription. With Remote Link Key Fob Services, you can unlock your automatic door locks remotely if your keys are locked inside or in case of an emergency. With factory installed and enabled remote start, you can also remotely start or turn off your car, which is helpful for cooling or heating the inside of your vehicle, and activate your vehicle’s horns and lights to help locate it in a crowded parking lot.

#Tyson Foods: A Tour From Farm to Plate

An Arkansas Farm

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During my trip to Arkansas last month, I received a full tour of the Tyson Foods facilities in Springdale and surrounding areas. As I mentioned yesterday, the company started in this city during the Great Depression and has kept the majority of its administration in the local area ever since. Tyson is a big part of Springdale, and during our tour, we saw how local residents are involved with the process of creating these products at each step – from the farm all the way to the plate.

Chicken Houses

One of our first stops was visiting Amariah Farms, a chicken farm owned by the Fancher family. The buildings you see above are among 10 chicken houses on the property which are home to 300,000 chickens. Incredibly, the lion’s share of the work on Amariah Farms is done by just two people. By using automated technology – including iPad apps! – to manage much of the farm’s operation helps them to work on this scale. The Fanchers are contracted by Tyson to care for and raise the chickens, which are kept without cages in these long buildings in order to control the climate and keep out predators.

Meeting The Farmers

Meeting the Fancher family – photo courtesy Tyson

The Fanchers gave us a tour of the farm and explained their methods and machinery to us. We had a nice long conversation where they talked about everything from how they got started farming to their position on antibiotic use. It was a pleasure getting to know them!

Smocks & Hairnets!

Putting on our smocks & hairnets to tour the Randall Road Cornish Plant! Photo courtesy Tyson

After the farm, the next stop on our journey is the processing plant. We paid a visit to the Randall Road Cornish Plant, which is the sole factory where all of the Tyson Cornish Hens in the world are packaged and distributed. I donned a smock, goggles, earplugs, and a hairnet, stepping through a sanitary wash and getting a guided tour of the plant. I watched conveyor belts take the hens through cleaning, processing, and packaging before getting boxed up to ship out. I’m fascinated by shows like How It’s Made, so I found the tour to be really interesting and a one-of-a-kind experience! I also enjoyed getting to stand inside the freezer area for a minute since it was a hot Arkansas day. ;)

Food Safety Lab

In order to ensure quality and safety, all of these Tyson processing plants are monitored and tested by their Food Safety & Laboratory Services Network. We toured the WBA Analytical Laboratories Headquarters in Springdale and got to observe their methods in person. Tyson meticulously analyzes its products for quality in this building – where else could you see a man in a lab coat testing tortillas?

<Million Dollar Equipment

The machinery used in the testing facility is state-of-the-art. What you see pictured above is worth one million dollars, and this is just one small area of the lab!

Soxtherm Extraction Process

In addition to testing food samples for safety, they also analyze nutritional content here. What you see above is the Soxtherm extraction process, which they are using to determine fat content in meat and feed for their nutritional panels.

Tyson Discovery Center Tour

Tyson Discovery Center tour – photo courtesy Tyson

Now that the chicken has been raised, processed, packaged, and tested for safety, it’s time for the final stop on our journey: The Tyson Discovery Center. This is Tyson’s Research and Development hub, a 100,000 square foot building where 173 employees brainstorm new and better products. From the chefs that come up with tasty new product ideas in the 16 research kitchens, to the focus group area where consumers do taste tests, the Discovery Center is where Tyson’s new products are innovated and refined. The Discovery Center even has its own mini processing plant on site, where sample runs of new items can be produced without slowing down or interfering with existing productions; this building is also where product packaging is designed and refined.

From the farm to your plate, the process that goes into making food is extensive. I truly enjoyed getting a behind-the-scenes peek into Tyson’s process and meeting the people involved – although Tyson is one of the largest corporations in the world, an enormous amount of what they do comes out of this small corner of Arkansas. It’s pretty mind-boggling when you think back to the fact that John Tyson started his business with a nickel!

What part of this process interested you the most? Did anything surprise you?

Exploring Arkansas History With #Tyson

"Tyson's Pride"

Travel consideration provided by Tyson.

Last month, I paid my first visit to Arkansas as part of a media event with Tyson Foods. One of my favorite parts of exploring new areas is getting a chance to experience local history in person – seeing a town with your own eyes brings the past to life in a special way. During my stay, I explored Bentonville and Springdale, which are primarily on the map for being home to Walmart and Tyson Headquarters, respectively. John Tyson and Sam Walton were both local to this area and good friends back in the early days, long before their small companies would turn into internationally-known powerhouses, which helps explain why the two companies are so linked. That, coupled with the the fact that this area is a major trucking hub, gives a clear picture as to how these companies grew and became what they are today.

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Beeb touring Crystal Bridges

Photo courtesy Tyson

We started off our visit with a tour of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, a free museum founded by Sam Walton’s daughter Alice. An avid art lover, she opened this museum to display a large collection of art from the United States, including some pieces from her private collection. There was a prominent Andy Warhol piece showcased, which was a treat – he is one of my favorite artists, so it’s always a pleasure to view his work in person. Fittingly, there is also an entire hallway of his work displayed on a hallway in Tyson HQ – a literal Andy War-hall. If only he’d made a Tyson chicken print!

Posing with Andy Warhol's "Coca-Cola " painting

Following our tour of the museum, we also stopped by the Walmart Museum in Bentonville. Here, the history of the company is laid out, showing the many products and changes over the years.

Walmart Museum

Vintage Walmart Items

My favorite part was a wall showing some of the most unusual returned items the Sam Walton received. This hand mixer was brought back for a refund due to “Possession”:

Possessed Mixer

Just a few miles down the road in Springdale is the Tyson Founder’s Room museum, which is located in Tyson’s Corporate Headquarters and open to the public.

Tyson Founder's Room

We were shown around by a longtime tour guide – and lucked out to have him, as this was one of his last tours prior to retirement. As with many longtime residents, he was good friends with the Tyson family and remembers seeing John Tyson at his church when he was a child – or, as he was always referred to, “Mr. John”.

"Mr. John"

Mr. John was a product of the depression, starting his chicken farm with a nickel. A true farmer, he knew all there was to know about raising quality chickens, but it was his son Don who had a truly ambitious marketing vision for the company. Don Tyson used his business savvy to propel this small family farm into what we know today.

Stick Figure Business Proposal

Don liked to make his point efficiently. One well-known anecdote is that, prior to the company going public, a team was brought on board to give a thorough presentation to potential shareholders. They labored over a meticulous presentation of spreadsheets and slides – but before they got a chance to speak, Don took the stage and showed the crowd this stick figure diagram. “Look, boys, it’s very simple: We have the farms, which make the chicken for our plants, which goes to the customer, and then we profit. Any questions?” And the rest is history!

Touring The Founder's Room

Our tour group, from left to right: Jenn, Beeb, Ed, Jack, Lori & Susan – photo courtesy Tyson

The Book of Life Sweepstakes Travel to Riviera Maya @WorldMarket #BookOfLife

This is a partnered post with Cost Plus World Market and their partnership with Fox’s movie #BookOfLife all Opinions are my own!

I’m very excited that it’s starting to feel like fall outside and things are starting to look like fall in the stores. The Fall Decorations are my favorite one of the reasons being they include Halloween Décor. I love Halloween, I love decorating and having Halloween themed parties. Of course the kids love Halloween candy, but we also love Halloween themed movies. 


Last time I went to the movie theater with my children I saw a preview for a Halloweenish movie The Book of Life. The Book of life is a cute movie about a Hispanic Romeo and Juliet. It’s an animated movie of a Romeo and Juliet-inspired love story set during a Day of the Dead celebration: Manolo (Channing) is a young matador who wants to shed the expectations of his family to follow his dreams of being a musician and his best friend, Joaquin (Diego), is the successful pride of the town. They compete for the heart of Maria (Zoe). In order to win Maria’s heart and save her life, Manolo must face his greatest fears and follow his heart to rewrite his destiny. Based on the cultural celebration of “Dia de los Muertos” (a day of remembering the memories of lost loved ones)Starring the voices of Channing Tatum, Zoe Saldana, Diego Luna, Danny Trejo, Cheech Marin, Directed by Jorge Gutierrez (El Tigre, Mad TV) and produced by Guillermo Del Toro (Puss in Boots, Kung Fu Panda, Pan’s Labyrith)

With the release of this movie in theaters October 17th Cost Plus World Market is offering the Book of Life Sweepstakes.

World Market’s Book of Life Sweepstakes

· You could win a trip to the Riviera Maya & FREE Movies for a Year!

Book of Life Sweepstakes

· Grand Prize Package:

o 5 Days/6Nights at Grand Velas Riviera Maya (hotel & accommodations)
o Free Movies for a year
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o Book of Life Merchandise

· Plus, three (3) first prizes: $500 World Market gift card
· Sweepstakes ends October 24th, 2014

Book of Life Shop

Another exciting thing that Cost Plus World Market is doing is creating creating a fun Book of Life Toys inspired by the film.

Book of Life Shop

· The Book of Life shop includes inspired toys from the film

o Book of Life Tin Keepsake Box
o Book of Life Guitar
o Book of Life Maracas
o Book of Life Castanets
o Book of Life Manolo Rubber Duck Bath Toy
o Book of Life Chuy Stamp
o Book of Life Light Show
o Book of Life Kaleidoscopes
o Book of Life Swirly Slime
o Book of Life Flashlight Picture Projector


Watch the movie in theaters and get the merchandise at Cost Plus World Market. Which Item do you think you would enjoy the most??

Holiday Family Travel Includes Culture at Outrigger Waikki Beach #Travel

This holiday season, whether travelling with teens, tweens and/or toddlers, the key to planning the best family vacation is to discover a prime location full of culture, unique activities, and gorgeous scenery.  At Outrigger, those family vacations are not only made easy but also provide the atmosphere to create genuine memories.Outrigger Waikiki Beach

It’s a great family travel suggestion; staying with Outrigger’s Hawaiian properties.  Named as two of the “Top Hotel and Resorts in Hawaii” by Travel + Leisure magazine  Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach and Outrigger Reef on the Beach have built a reputation for providing an unparalleled guest experience and providing impeccable service on one of the most picturesque and luxurious beaches in the world.  Outrigger was launched in Hawaii more than 65 years ago and with its year-round tropical warm weather, pristine beaches, and wide array of activities we can see why Hawaii is a popular holiday location and was ranked as the top destination for families by Trip Advisor.

Each of the Outrigger Hawaii beachfront resorts is dedicated to providing the best experience for families with children of any age.  Outrigger Resorts is where local culture meets premier hospitality.

Some of the unique holiday cultural experiences at the Hawaii properties include:

· The art of bamboo stamping

· An introduction to native plants and their uses

· Ukulele lessons

· Jewelry making

· Make a Hawaiian bookmark

· Hula lessons

· History of Polynesian tattoo design

· Santa Claus arriving by canoe!

Holiday season is the most popular time of year for families to travel to Hawaii. We encourage you to share this information with your readers and invite them to discover the rich local culture of the islands by visiting and

Traveling With a Large Family: 4 Tips

Traveling With a Large Family: 4 Tips

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Most family vacation packages offer products that cover one or two children. What if you have five or six? Can you even feasibly go on vacation as a family without spending a fortune? Of course you can. You just have to plan ahead. Here are some tips on how to take your whole family on vacation on a reasonable budget.

Use a Travel Agency

Some people shy away from these and prefer to plan everything on their own, but there are some agencies that specifically deal with large families and many others that will help you find a price that works for you. Speak to a travel agent near you, and find out what options are available. You may be surprised at how decent those prices are. You could get good deals on airfare, hotels and attractions just by asking.

Consider Renting a Vehicle

Family vans get quite a workout during the year, and if you’re not sure yours is going to make it on a cross-country road trip, think about renting a vehicle instead. Renting a van can be pricey, so check your budget and look for deals. It’s more expensive to be stranded in the middle of nowhere with a broken van, where you’d have to pay for a rental anyway alongside the cost of repairs and lodging.

Think About Camping

Hotels often have a well-enforced limit on how many people can stay in a room at once. If you can’t afford three or four rooms, pack a tent and consider camping along the way. This can be a great way to get your kids to spend time outdoors while saving money on your trip.

Book Everything Early

Anything that requires ticketing, flights, Broadway shows, busy attractions, should be purchased in advance. Tickets sometimes get more expensive as the date gets nearer. If you wait too long, you may not be able to get enough tickets for everyone. This also lets you solidify your budget since you know exactly how much you’re spending. You won’t have to worry about discovering at the last minute that something costs twice as much as you thought.

Coordinating everyone’s work and school schedules can make vacations tricky enough, but don’t let the fear of high prices keep you from planning a great getaway. Follow these tips and you could have the best vacation of your lives!

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