June 2016

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Frugal Family Road Trips

It’s Summer! That means we are melting here in Florida, but it also means more time for family. Today, I’m joining Julie and Morgan for a little Frugal Summer Fun!  Julie is sharing about Hosting a Frugal Backyard Barbecue. Morgan is sharing Frugal Toddler Summer Fun. And I’m talking all about family road trips! I’ve

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Morning Routines don't have to be complicated!

  After becoming a mom, I realized that starting the morning off right was one of the best things I could do for a productive day. Several months ago, I shared my detailed morning routine. I LOVE knowing what I need to accomplish every morning, however, there are some days that I don’t get it

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Fourth of July Wreath made from grapevine wreath via Queen of the Household

Today I am joining my friend Whitney at Come Home for Comfort to share our Fourth of July decor! Stop by her blog and see her patriotic decor too! My favorite holiday to decorate is Christmas, but a close second would be the Fourth of July! I love fireworks and hearing patriotic songs. Seeing all

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Are these things costing you extra at the grocery store

“Most families would like to save money at the grocery store and shopping the sales and using coupons is a great place to start. However, you may still be paying more for hidden costs. When my family went down to one income so that I could stay home with my son, I worked really hard

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The Purpose of homemaking | Homemaking Motivation

For the first 6 years of my marriage, I worked full time and never viewed myself as a homemaker. There just didn’t seem to be a purpose to homemaking when I was working outside the home. I loved decorating my home, but the menial tasks of cooking dinner and cleaning bathrooms just seemed like a

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4 Tips for Keeping the Kitchen Counters Clear even in a small space!

Do you ever feel like there is not enough counter space in your kitchen? Whether you have a big or small kitchen counter, you can keep your kitchen countertops clear. The key is to declutter the nonessential and be intentional about what is left out. Here are practical steps you can take to clear the