Join Six Sisters’ Stuff on the “Power of You” Caribbean Cruise

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Sometimes daily life can be overwhelming and the best thing that you can do for yourself is take a little break.

There would be no better place to relax, reconnect, and realize how amazing YOU truly are than in the Caribbean!

The girls from Six Sisters’ Stuff, Alicia from Chic on a Shoestring, and Jared from Tone and Tighten are excited to announce the
“Power of You Caribbean Cruise”-
the perfect getaway for yourself, sisters, mom, girlfriends, spouse, or even family!

The 6-day/5-night cruise will be traveling through the Western Caribbean. We will be stopping in Cozumel, Mexico, and Progreso, Mexico- areas known for their beautiful waters, white sandy beaches, historic pyramids, gorgeous weather, and snorkeling. While the cruise ship is at sea, you can attend exclusive seminars taught by these lifestyle bloggers or take advantage of all the amenities that the cruise ship has to offer. It’s time to make an investment in YOU!

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Dates of the Cruise:
January 26-31, 2015

Cruise Cost:

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$200 to reserve your spot, due by September 26, 2014.

The date has been extended to OCTOBER 31, 2014!

To travel on this cruise with Six Sisters’ Stuff and be able to attend their exclusive seminars and group activities, this cruise must be booked through Columbus Travel. Please call 1-800-373-3328, visit Columbus Travel, or email them at

Ports of Call:
Cozumel, Mexico
Progresso, Mexico

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Cozumel: The island of Cozumel off the tip of the Yucatan Peninsula continues to be known for its fantastic fishing, snorkeling and diving opportunities. Cozumel is home to a variety of beautiful natural, white sand beaches that are perfect for relaxing and soaking up the sun. Visitors also spend much time snorkeling off the rocky vistas and fanciful coral reefs. Despite the growth of tourism in recent years, the island and its only town, San Miguel, retain much of their original warmth and charm.


Progresso: Carnival cruises to Progreso, Mexico dock on the Emerald Coast of the Gulf of Mexico, where hot pink flamingos gather by the hundreds and sun-bleached Maya pyramids rise from the jungle. Inland from Progreso’s golden beaches are the spectacular Maya ruins of Uxmal and the colorful city of Mérida, the region’s best shopping stop for handmade crafts. Discover the Maya world’s natural beauty and ancient history with cruises to Progreso, Mexico.


The Ship: Carnival Triumph
With four swimming pools, seven whirlpools, tons of restaurants, and a daily schedule of activities that will make your head spin, the 102,000-ton, 2,758-passenger Carnival Triumph, lives up to Carnival’s “Fun Ships” motto with gusto. A passenger looking for a little peace and quiet could definitely relax on the Triumph. Head to the Oxford Lounge for your nightcap rather than the Hollywood Dance Club or sunbathe on the Spa Deck rather than on the crowded levels surrounding the main pool.

All that adult-friendly fervor is balanced by a large number of families attracted to the ship’s (and the line’s) excellent children’s program. Camp Carnival’s activities for kids are as diverse as the adults’ and run from early morning until late at night. Children’s World, the main play area, has sand art, educational computer games and plenty of space for jumping and tumbling.

For more information and pictures of the cruise ship, click here.


Cruises are a great value because they include nearly everything you’ll need for a fantastic trip: food, accommodations, daytime and evening transportation, and transportation between travel destinations. You would pay a lot more if you were to try and do this vacation on your own.
Cruise ships are very family-friendly and include activities for all ages- you most likely won’t see everything there is to do on the ship because you will run of time!

To travel on this cruise with Six Sisters’ Stuff and be able to attend their exclusive seminars and group activities, this cruise must be booked through Columbus Travel. Please call 1-800-373-3328, visit Columbus Travel, or email them at

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About the bloggers on the cruise:
Camille cruise

Camille is the oldest of the six sisters from the popular blog, Six Sisters’ Stuff.

Camille graduated with a degree in elementary education, but decided that she really enjoyed working in retail and managing a business, so she never actually taught school (although she swears she uses her education every day raising her children). Camille loves being a stay-at-home mom, but always wanted to do something to help pay the bills. Before blogging, she ran a successful online eBay store and helped put her husband Jared through Physical Therapy school. When her sisters started blogging, she put her store on hold to see if they could make something happen with the blog. She has loved watching it grow into what it is today because of the family’s hard work and determination. Blogging has opened many doors and Camille is now a regular contributor on a couple local lifestyle TV shows, has done multiple radio, newspaper, and magazine interviews across the country and the sisters just finished writing their second cookbook after their first book was a #1 best-seller on Amazon. In her spare time, she loves to go to the gym, read, catch up on TV shows with her husband spend time with her three children.

Steph Cruise
Stephanie is the 4th of six sisters from Six Sisters’ Stuff.
She recently graduated from Utah State University with a degree in Communication Studies. She is now the full time Social Network Specialist for and loving every minute of it (the sisters consider her to be a social media master)! She recently married her best friend Andrew and they are loving life as newlyweds! Steph loves reading and will sometimes disappear for hours just reading a book. She also loves running and has completed numerous half marathons, Ragnar Relays, and recently ran her first full marathon last fall. She keeps up with her favorite shows New Girl and Grey’s Anatomy faithfully.
The sisters are excited to share their expertise about blogging, strategies for meal planning, how to bring your family together, family dinner ideas, and other ideas to help you realize how incredible you are and what you are capable of.
Jared Cruise
Jared is a physical therapist and the guy behind the fitness blog, Tone and Tighten.
With a doctorate degree in physical therapy, a bachelor’s degree in exercise science, and a career that focuses on exercise prescription, Jared knows what it takes to be fit. He also understands that many people don’t have a lot of time to workout or don’t know where to start, so he decided to focus his website on real fitness for real people. He shares his ideas for quick workouts that will have you sweating in a matter of seconds and teaches you what it takes to reach your fitness goals.
Jared is married to Camille, the oldest of the sisters from Six Sisters’ Stuff and many of his workouts are inspired by her. After having three kids, Camille wanted a way to get back in shape and lose her baby weight and Jared wrote a couple programs to help her do that. After sharing his workouts and programs with friends and patients, the requests for more kept coming, which helped him decide to start his blog so that his workouts could be used by anyone looking to become fit and stay fit.
Jared loves to be active- skiing, golfing, exercising, weight lifting, biking, and spending time with his family are his greatest passions in life. He is excited to share with you his strategies for squeezing fitness into your daily routine, tips for healthy eating, and workouts that you have you toned and tightened in no time!
Alicia Cruise
Alicia is the founder of “Chic on a Shoestring”– a style and wardrobe consulting company.

As a trained wardrobe stylist, Alicia’s worked with the Clinton Kelly from “What Not to Wear,” sits on the Macy’s Advisory Board and recently taught all the First Ladies in the country at the National Governors’ Association annual meeting, but she still has a very practical approach to you, your body and your closet. “You have a shopping list when you go to the grocery store, you should also have a plan for your wardrobe,” she often tells her clients. At the heart of her wardrobe strategy is teaching REAL women with REAL bodies how to identify the most flattering clothes for their body shape to find their personal best. Since founding her company in 2003, Alicia has been a regular on TV with a weekly wardrobe segment for the last ten years on both the ABC and CBS television affiliates. Then in 2005 she combined her love of travel and bargain shopping into “Chic” shopping tours with regular excursions to China, New York and Italy. Alicia completed a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Clothing and Textiles from Brigham Young University. She and her husband stay very
busy raising four children.


We hope to see you on the cruise!

If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

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  1. Toni - Design Dazzle says

    I’m planning on going!! Nothing better than the ocean, beaches, good food and friends – all at the same time : )

    • Camille (Six Sisters Stuff) says

      Right?! It’s like the perfect vacation to me! We would love to have you join us!! xoxo!

  2. Marcy @ day2day SuperMom says

    Um……YES! I just sent this link to my hubbie. We LOVE Carnival and the chance to take a ‘working cruise’ with all you wonderful bloggers would be AWESOME. Thanks so much for this opportunity =)

  3. Joanne says

    This looks to be a fun trip! Please let me know when you receive the prices for rooms with a balcony.

  4. Brittany says

    Does the price include food? I know it doesn’t include excursions off the ship, but are meals included in the cruise price? This sounds like a wonderful trip!!!!

    • Camille says

      Yes!! All food, lodging, and entertainment on the boat (water slides, pools, shows, etc) are included. There are many different restaurants to choose from and even free room-service 24 hours a day (I usually get milk and cookies delivered to me around midnight just because I can). :) The food is amazing. I hope that helps!

  5. Liz says

    This sounds like so much fun! I went to Columbus travel to see about booking, but I can’t seem to find this trip specifically. Is it sold out? Or am I doing something wrong?

  6. Camden says

    Is the sign up for this already passed? I saw it on the sidebar of your blog, so I didn’t know if it was still active. Sounds wonderful!!

  7. says

    I just wanted to find out what excursions or plans people have while we are in the towns. I’m not sure what to plan and would love for my husband and I to join up with some other cruisers. Or at least some ideas on where to go while there. Is the weather good enough for swimsuits etc…. Anyone gone during this time before??

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