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Today 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 enjoy.Continue reading
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 friendship at our tables. We want more than a meal we want time to refuel as our day has emptied us. We want a place that reminds us of the beauty of just being.
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 out! I mean, you are most likely Christmas shopping anyways! Have a cheerful heart and Enjoy Black Friday Shopping!
Here are some simple but effective tips on How To Survive Black Friday!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Zazzle.com 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 Zazzle.com 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 be clear that in my household etiquette is nonnegotiable. As soon as you receive the invitation you should check your schedule and RSVP promptly. Not only does taking immediate action help ensure that you will not forget to RSVP, but it is one of the most effective ways to let the host know that you appreciate the invitation.
It should go without saying that any time you are invited to a party you should bring a gift as a thank you. Whether it is a holiday party, a birthday party, or a wedding- if you are a guest it is appropriate to show your appreciation somehow. Unfortunately the art of giftgiving has not been clearly communicated and learned. So I would like to highlight some wonderful gift ideas that you could give a party host that I found on the site Zazzle.com.Continue reading
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Frette.com but all opinions are my own.
Are 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 big lie. They only sleep when there isn’t any way that you could sleep.
Sleep used to be a friend of mine 15 years go until I figured out the solution.
Ghosts and goblins, vampires and bats. Halloween is one scary night. For some kids and their families, however, the horror is all too real. According to government figures, Halloween is the most dangerous day of the year for kids between the ages of 5 and 12. Here’s why:Continue reading