Greatest Groupon Deals of the Week!


If you love a good deal AND a good time, you will love these five Groupon deals I found this week!  Lets get started!

  1.  If your child bounces off the walls on a daily basis, gymnastics class might be perfect for them!  Right now, Elite Athletics Cheer Groupon deal offers one month of tumbling classes for $35!  If Keller is further than you would like to drive, head on over to Texas Tumblers Gymnastics in Fort Worth.  The Texas Tumblers Gymnastics Groupon deal offers one month of gymnastics classes for $32!
  2. Are you in need of a girls’ night out or an exciting date night?  The Original Paint Nite Groupon deal offers admission to Paint Nite in various bars around the city for just $25! They also offer the option to purchase two vouchers for $49!
  3. Itching to see the latest movie in a laid-back atmosphere?  Go to the drive-in!  Right now, the Coyote Drive-In Groupon deal offers admission for two to a double-feature for $11! Now the only decision to make is to take the kids along or make it a date night!
  4. If you’re searching for family fun, look no further than Cowtown Bowling! Bowl two games with shoe rental for up to 4 people for only $26 with the Cowtown Bowling Groupon deal!
  5. Making a trip down to Waco soon?  Why not check out the Dr. Pepper Museum!  Using the Dr. Pepper Museum Groupon deal, admission for 4 with 12 oz. fountain drinks is only $24!

No matter which deal you choose, I am confident you will have fun!

Why You Must Visit Magnolia Market in 2018!

If there is one thing I love, it is sitting on the couch, wrapped up in a blanket, watching Fixer-Upper!  Chip and Joanna Gaines are the cutest couple and their designs are pure eye-candy!  From the boxwood wreaths to the German smear fireplaces, I simply cannot get enough!

My family and I took a trip to Waco a couple of weeks ago to experience even more of what Chip and Joanna Gaines have to offer.  What we experienced was truly magical!


Upon walking onto the grounds surrounding the market, silos, and bakery, we saw several food trucks, a coffee shop, and plenty of seating.  Also outdoors was a large, AstroTurf field with corn-hole boards and a plethora of balls to play with.

Walking through the market itself was like walking into a home designed by the duo themselves.  Home decor items, milk paint, and souvenirs spanned the walls, and their elaborate displays quickly drew my attention.  The market was crowded, but still fairly easy to navigate.


Towards the back of the property was Magnolia Seed and Supply, which had gardening tools and decorations.  The garden surrounding it offered plenty of photo-ops for the perfect Instagram picture!

Unfortunately for us, we were not able to visit the Silos Baking Company, as the temperature outside was below freezing and the line was still wrapped around the building!  We were disappointed to miss out on cupcakes, as we have only heard amazing things about them, but I am sure we will be returning again in the spring, when the temperatures warm up!