When we first transitioned into one income after having our son, I searched the internet for money saving tips. I tried so many different ways to save money based off of other people’s advice and experience. Some of it worked. Some of it didn’t. I made bread. My husband hated it. I made laundry detergent.
Next month is June. June! Can you believe it? While I get my head around the fact that this year is almost half way over, I’ve been coming up with some free and inexpensive ways to keep my soon-to-be-3 year old entertained this summer. I have found that he and I need a flexible schedule,
As I get ready for our second baby, I’ve been thinking back to some of the advice I was given as a first time mom. If you are a mom, you know how it goes. We all want to help each other out so we give advice about clothing, feeding, diapering …. you name
Do you ever get overwhelmed with the idea of decluttering? I think in our “KonMari World” we often think that decluttering means going through the entire house and getting rid of as much as possible. But I have never viewed decluttering this way. In fact, ever since I can remember I have loved going through
Homemaking and I haven’t always gotten along. When I was first married and working, I viewed my household responsibilities as burdens, and I complained. A lot. So when I became a stay at home mom and homemaking was my full time role, I had a difficult time adjusting. Very quickly I found myself despising my
Before becoming a stay at home mom, I was a teacher. My favorite grade to teach was 5th grade. However, there was one year in particular that a certain class gave me a run for my money! Everyday I came home exhausted and frustrated. So one weekend I decided that I had enough! I sat
A couple of weeks ago, we were wearing winter coats! It was so cold for Florida in March. But we are now officially in the season of non-stop heat. I busted out my white maternity shorts last week. They were my favorite to wear with my first prgnancy, but now that I have a toddler