This post contains my referral link. Here’s my full disclosure policy. This post was originally posted in March, 2013. Four years ago I realized that I could save my family over $300 per year by giving homemade laundry detergent a try. It was a big hit. Now we make a 10-gallon batch every 3-4 […]
Father’s Day is this weekend! Do you know what you are doing for that special dad in your life? Have you bought or made your gift? No need to panic, this list of Father’s Day resources has it all, and most of it is FREE! So read on to find just what you are looking […]
If you are heading to Disney, but can’t afford to spend lots of money, these 25 FREE Disney Activities are for you! This fantastic list includes something for everyone. There are things that are active and relaxing, too. Enjoy! Click here for more family freebies!
This post contains my referral link which helps support the work of this site. Here’s my full disclosure policy. *This post was originally published in 2012. I’ve had sweet conversations lately with moms who are trying to figure out a cleaning schedule for when they “officially” start homeschooling. This naturally leads to questions of how I find […]
Where You Can Camp For Free in the USA (with an RV) Summer RV travel is as American as Apple Pie. Loading everything up in a house on wheels and hitting the road. Traveling the country and seeing what you can find. Finding parking for RV is easy and can be costly on your vacation […]
*This post was originally published in May, 2012. Meal Plan In the spirit of full-disclosure it has been months since I’ve completed my normal once-a-month grocery shopping and monthly meal planning routine. During the last 3-months we’ve had at least one major traveling event each month. I fell off my OAMS horse by running to […]
How to Stockpile Groceries This is a special guest post series by my friend Holly of iGoBOGO, When You Rise Up, and Food Allergy Cooking. You can read her first post Saving Money on Groceries for Busy Homeschool Families here. Proverbs 6: 6-9 Go to the ant, O sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise. Without having […]