January 23, 2019

Coach Purse Giveaway

Want a Free Coach Purse?

Welcome to our Coach Purse Giveaway!

Have you always wanted to have a Coach purse? Then good news because my blogger friends and I have teamed up to give you an awesome giveaway event to give you a chance to have a free Coach purse. One of you gets to win this Coach crossbody bag!

This event is being coordinated by Simply Sherryl and hosted by Real Advice Gal and Hip Homeschool Moms.

Make sure to check out Real Advice Gal Contest page for more awesome giveaways.

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Valentine’s Day Recipe: Classic Cherry Bread

Valentine’s Day Recipe: Classic Cherry Bread

Classic Cherry Bread

You guys, I have been craving something sweet like no one’s business lately! So when maraschino cherries were on sale at my local grocery store I knew what would help me with that craving. With Valentine’s Day coming up I wanted to make a yummy snack that would make a fabulous recipe to celebrate the holiday so I decided to make Classic Cherry Bread. If you have a love for something sweet and a taste for cherries, then this recipe is for you! Continue reading

January 21, 2019

How To Explain Being Frugal To Your Kids

Read my tips on how you can explain being frugal to your kids.

We were at the store the other day. I had my grocery list. I had my pen. I had my store card, coupons, and my kids. I went to reach for something that wasn’t on the list and my child in the loudest possible voice said, “We can’t afford that put it back.” I was mortified. I shouldn’t have been but I was.

I can easily afford the $1.25 item I grabbed but I put it back. I put it back because teaching my children to be frugal means adhering to the list. Then I turned over my list and I wrote the item on the back for next week’s list. I did realize that I did a poor job of explaining why we adhere to a strict budget. It appeared that the children just thought we didn’t have the money not that we made the choice to live on a strict budget.

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Simple Instant Pot Swedish Meatballs Recipe

As some of you might know from my previous posts, I LOVE my Instant potAnd after this simple Swedish meatballs recipe I am more in love than ever. Swedish Meatballs are a family favorite around here, and while the traditional recipes aren’t too hard, they require multiple pans and some time. But not any longer. Want to know how long it took me to make this? 15 minutes. No seriously, 15 minutes from start to finish. Can it get any cooler than that? I don’t think so. So grab your instant pot and let’s get started! Oh, do not forget my favorite instant pot dessert. Apples with ice cream.

You are going to love this simple recipe for making Swedish Meatballs in your Instant Pot

Simple Instant Pot Swedish Meatballs Recipe

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