Today on Tips Tuesday, I’m sharing with you one of my favorite save money on 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 enjoy.Continue reading
Well it’s that time of year!! You can’t walk into any store without school supplies smacking you in the face as you walk in. It’s August and depending on how your summer is going you’re either ready to set your children out on the curb so that you can legally have someone drive off with them (because they are driving you nuts) or you’ve just managed to get into the swing of summer and really don’t want to get back to the hustle and bustle. I’m a mixture of both. I enjoy the summer with my kids, but they have moments that make me question my sanity. Regardless, those displays are there to prepare us for what’s to come. What better way to get prepared than a trip to your local Costco!
Save yourself the headache of grocery shopping for snacks, breakfast foods, and lunchbox items when you can buy them in bulk at Costco. Put out a little at a time and hide the rest, pulling them out as you need them. Yes, you will need a membership, but the convenience of not having to continuously visit the store is worth it. Moms don’t have enough hours in the day, days in a week, etc. You get my point. These kids eat like it’s a full-time job. We may as well do ourselves a favor and buy in bulk to save time.
Not only does this save time, it helps support your child’s school. See with each participating General Mills product you get Box Tops for Education that you can cut out to give to your child’s school. For a limited time only there will be 8 Total Box Tops on-pack for a limited time at Costco! Each Box Top is worth 10 cents and with the wide variety of General Mills products you will really be able to contribute to child’s school in AMAZING ways.Continue reading
After you brew your morning coffee, what do you do with the used coffee grounds? If you said, “I throw them away”, have I got a list of uses for coffee grounds for you! Used coffee grounds can be used for many different things. Before you toss them in the trash, take a look at these unusual uses for coffee grounds that may come in handy.
My soul feels like a balloon zipping around after it has been released. “I love it,” was my daughter’s response concluding her first month of public high school. And let me add, her first month after being homeschooled the previous 5 years!
Making the transition from homeschool to high school has been more like a giant leap rather than a mere jump. Aside from much paperwork and the dreaded physical, it has been nearly effortless. Not much has changed in the past 25 years with the exception of culture, educational standards, and technology; you know, minor stuff. Thankfully, we do not have to rely solely on our educational experiences from ancient of days to prepare for this monumental move.Continue reading
The stork is coming and it’s time to celebrate! Everybody loves baby showers but the cost can be staggering as anyone who has ever planned a baby shower knows. Whether it’s for your friend, a relative or neighbor, you, of course, want to make this baby shower the happiest and best as possible. It should also be stress-free but how can it be when you’re thinking of it to fit on your budget. It isn’t that the guests expect a large bash but we want to host a memorable baby shower that the expectant parents and that the guests will feel comfortable and will surely have a great time. It’s a day of celebration for the coming baby, you want it to be a success so to help you out plan that awesome party I want to share with you some of my tips on how to plan a baby shower on a budget.
It is spring here. You wouldn’t know that since there is snow on the ground and my children are home for the second day in a row. I am on the brink of insanity since I still have work to do. Then I got to thinking even though they do not have school. I bet I could find a way to teach them something. I just needed Ideas for Kids Over Break.
Are you tired of hearing I am bored? Do you have a nervous breakdown when your kids are at home from school? (I do.) Do not worry I love mine to the moon and back but I can’t keep them entertained forever and more importantly I do not have the funds to buy them everything they think they want. What I do have is a desired to help them learn new things. I love when they can find those gifts that they have and use them. I can’t tell you how overjoyed I am when they are excited and happy.
I have three kids, and they are all different. They differ in age, gender, and interest. They also vary in learning style so how did I find a resolution for all three children at the same time on a limited budget?
Am I magical?