ABC Family’s 2015 25 Days of Christmas TV Schedule

It’s no secret I LOVE Christmas. I have so many great Christmas memories. Memories of decorating a Christmas tree, gooing to look at lights and eating out on Christmas Eve. Memories of opening gifts and being so impatient because I didn’t want lunch or dinner I wanted to play with what I got. The year… Read More »

Save Money on Your Student Loans and Pay Them Off Faster

Students loans seem to be a necessary evil. Many need them to go to school to get a better job, then spend year working that job just to pay them off. It’s fun or ideal but many wouldn’t be able to go to school with out them. They never go away though, they can never… Read More »

What I Have Learned Homeschooling My Kids

We have been homeschooling for 3 years now and I started with my son in Pre K he is now is 1st, and I have a daughter in Kindergarten and I am working on ‘Tot school’ with my 3 year old. I am by no means an expert at homeschooling comepared to others but I… Read More »

November Google+/YouTube Amazon Blast

Makobi Scribe is bringing you this Amazon G+/YouTube blast where one lucky reader will win a $100 Amazon gift card. The giveaway is open to everyone and provided by Makobi Scribe. Good Luck! If you are a blogger, you can sign up for this blast here. Entry-Form

Parmesan Ranch Potatoes

Being in a smaller kitchen in the RV we had to come up with some new recipes, you cna only make potatoes so many ways but they are cheap and help our fluctuating grocery budget as we move from area to area. One my family loves are these Parmesan Ranch Potatoes. They are easy to make… Read More »

Thrifty Thursday | Sign Up for Redbox Texts

Thrifty Thursday | Sign Up for Redbox Texts  Sign up for Redbox texts if you haven’t already! I get free movie rental codes and $1 off codes all the time. Cheap or free entertainment is perfect for in home date night and more! Each Thursday I’ll post some great Thrifty Ideas to help you save… Read More »

25 Recipes for Leftover Turkey

I LOVE Thanksgiving Turkey. I always buy one to big for what we need so we have left overs. The day after Thanksgiving it’s tradition to have open faced turkey sandwiches. Then we normally ahve enough for one or two more meals. I will freeze it in meal sizes batches and then Google recipes to… Read More »

Getting Ready to Transition to Table Food with Gerber

Making the transition from baby food to table food for babies is a long slow process. You start with baby food then teach them how to chew normally you start with things like Gerber baby puffs, but now Gerber has a new next step. Gerber Lil Bits 3rd foods. Gerber has 10 recipes in their… Read More »

Seeing Paris on a Budget

Planning the perfect Paris holiday can at times seem overwhelming, especially as the costs of Europe’s major cities has increased drastically over recent years. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t still plenty of great and thrifty ways to enjoy a weekend in Paris. Looking to plan your trip to the romance capital of the world and save… Read More »

Important Money Lessons For Kids Of All Ages

Financial education is an important step in your child’s life and it’s surprising that our school systems do not teach these life skills. As a parent, it is up to you to teach your son or daughter how to save money, keep a checkbook balanced, and choose a credit card. Parents are the number one… Read More »

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