T-Tapp In the Sun and White Brite Review


White Brite comes in a handy 2 fl. oz. spray and lasts for a long time.  You spray your teeth once to three times daily and it helps eliminate surface discoloration.  As I have been using the spray, it seems to be doing just what it suggests. I have noticed a whiter smile emanating from my usual coffee-stained teeth.  I like the fact that one does not have to go through an expensive treatment nor use harsh chemicals with this product.  It is also said to freshen breath and kill germs.


I am not the best person to review a sun screen product as it has been winter here and I have not needed too much protection recently.  However, I can tell you that In The Skin Sun goes on like a lotion and has a soft, fragrant at-the-beach type smell that is not overpowering as some lotions tend to be. It dries quickly and does not feel greasy, which I particularly like. The 4 fl. oz. bottle boasts that one application lasts all day, is waterproof, offers UVA/UVB protection, moisturizes, is PABA free, and more.

Since I have been a fan of Teresa Tapp and using different workout methods and products, I can say that I appreciate her natural approach to products.  I really think she works hard to bring us top products that are healthy and as natural as possible.  I do not hesitate to suggest her workouts because they worked so well for me and I feel the same way about her products.  (Certainly do your research and talk to your doctor before starting any new workout/health product as is always suggested.)

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Disclaimer: I would like to thank T-Tapp for providing both products above complementary . The opinions stated are my own and I did not receive any monetary compensation.
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Hedge of Thorns Review

The art of giving a book talk is simple, chat about the work in such a way as to rouse the listener’s interest. The end goal is readers.

When I attended Mark Hamby’s lecture at the 2009 Cincinnati Homeschool Convention, not only was I inspired to continue to teach my kids and give them every opportunity to read great literature; but I also tucked away a must read from a short informal book talk that he threw between the folds of his seminar.


This beautiful story first published in 1611, was eloquently penned by a man who clearly learned the lessons that he brought upon himself.  Aptly titled, he absorbs the truth that God sets hedges around us for our benefit and protection.

The first temptation to look beyond the limits was an actual hedge constructed of thorns from which the family’s children were forbidden.  Giving his heart over to sin causes great harm to a beloved sibling and when he discovers what lay beyond the hedge the heart was moved.

My reading was silent and yet the scriptures and teaching that was spoken over the young boy drew my heart as well. I am confident that when it is time to read this to my children, there will be questions and discoveries by each of them that will be etched on their hearts.
I delight in Lamplighter books for this reason, my little scholars are tuning their ears towards vintage writings with amazing vocabulary.  More then that, they are taking in the scriptural principals that are being painted in the imagination and then living them out in life.

I highly recommend Hedge of Thorns and Lamplighter Publishing.

A complimentary copy of the book will be giving in exchange for this review which is my true opinion.