Buying a New Car Made Easy with Kelley Blue Book

Kelley Blue Book

I have been compensated for this review, but all thoughts and tips are my own! I am part of the Mom It Forward Blogger Network.Buying a New Car with the help of Kelley Blue BookBuying a new car is a love-hate relationship with me. I love getting a new car, but at the same time, I want to know for sure that the car I am going to get will Last and won't cause me problems! I also don't want to get ripped off either! Before I go anywhere to look at cars, I go to Kelley Blue Book to search ...

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Big Savings on Winter Clothes + $250 Giveaway


Disclosure: This is a Fashionista Event and a promotional item was provided to me. Hosts for this event are Still Blonde after all these Years and ModlyChic Big Savings on Winter Clothes Sierra Trading Post Winter Gear with limited time free shipping, plus join our $250 giveaway It's that time again to update all our winter clothes and we all know it's not cheap. We don't usually buy winter clothes for everyone but this year it seems that our old ones just won't work anymoreIt's that time ...

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Save Money Groceries with Soups that Freeze Well

Soups that Freeze Well

Save Money Groceries Tip Soups that Freeze WellToday on Tips Tuesday, I'm sharing with you one of my favorite save money groceries tip, it is by making Soups that Freeze Well. You may be wondering how we can save money with this tip, it's simple by freezing multiple batches of soup, you save on ingredients, time and effort. All you have to do is cook a large amount and freeze it in small portions so when you need it all you have to do is take one, reheat and voila you have a tasty meal to ...

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15 Steps to Fantastic International Table Decor with a Limited Budget

Learn how to decorate a table for a party

How to Decorate a Table for a Party We sit around you, and we talk, cry, impart wisdom. We salivate, and we eat not to just satisfy our hunger but to feed our soul. The warmth of the soup as it slowly travels down our throats and fills our belly or the glass of fresh squeezed lemonade that quenches our thirst after an exhausting day of erratic errands.We have one commonality that unites our humanity, and that is our emotions deeply connect us at our dining table. We seek comfort and ...

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Black Friday Shopping Tips


I Love Black Friday! Though, at the same time I am not that gun ho crazy person who will trample you because there is only one more of the HOTTEST trend toy or whatever on the shelf. Do we need Anything That Badly! I think not! So I wanted to share with you some of my tips on How To Survive Black Friday as I do! There is no need to be cranky, or wake up before midnight even strikes! And for those who are cranky because they have been out all night long, don't let them drag you down when you get ...

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of but all opinions expressed here are mine. It's coming. In the very near future as the weather starts to shift and the leaves start to turn your mailbox will start to fill itself with glittering envelopes inviting you and yours to celebrate the season! Grab a cup of eggnog and log into to find a holiday gift that will let them know how thankful you are to be included in their celebrations.First things first: Let me ...

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4 Things You Can Do Right Now To Get Some Sleep

Ways to get some sleep

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of but all opinions are my own.4 Things You Can Do Right Now To Get Some SleepAre you tired? Do your eyes glaze over? I am. I am tired all the time. I asked my kids what would allow me to sleep better, and they told me my only chance is not to have kids. I decided that I liked my kids, so I needed to find other ways to sleep soundly. "Like a baby," if you will, except those of us that have had babies know that is a saying, is a ...

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How to Save Money When Your Emergency Fund is Wiped Out

How to Save Money When Your Emergency Fund is Wiped Out

How to Save Money When Your Emergency Fund is Wiped Out No savings, no emergency fund, nothing to fall back on.  That’s where we are now that necessary repairs to our paid off, ten-year old car have been made.  I’m sure many of you can relate.  Did you know that according to the Federal Reserve, 48% of Americans say they wouldn’t be able to come up with $400 in an emergency, and only 38% could handle an unexpected expense of $1000?  We are fortunate as we had $1,500 in an emergency fund. ...

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Canning Recipe for Peach Salsa

peach salsa recipe

Canning Recipe for Peach Salsa For the last three summers, Cathy and I have jumped into the world of canning. We started off small, just doing applesauce and sliced peaches. Last year we experimented with peach salsa. It was fabulous! We have also canned pickles, peach jam, blueberry jam, apple butter, apple pie filling and apple jelly in the past. It is so delightful to have these goodies in the middle of winter!Last weekend, I went to purchase the peaches for our peach salsa. I originally ...

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