This post is from contributor, Stacey Lane. Originally published May 2014. The pressure of not having enough money to pay bills can wreak havoc on your health and emotional well-being. Really, if you cannot pay the electric bill, how can you have funds for a dinner out or a relaxing family night? The stress of […]
Tax Refund: Should I Save or Spend?
This post is from contributor, Stacey Lane. Originally published Feb. 2014. It is that time of the year. Tax season is here. It is the one time of year I smile a little bigger about earning less money and having extra deductions. For the past several years my family has received a tax refund. Oh, […]
45 NEW Homeschool Freebies & Deals!
Happy Valentine’s Day! We’ve been super busy the last week (guess that’s nothing new, huh? lol) with a birthday party, my mom visiting, homeschooling, and all the things that make up our good life. Have you been watching the Olympics? Wow, there’s been some incredible moments! Here are 45 new homeschool freebies, deals, […]
Streamlining Mealtime for the Homeschooling Family
STREAMLINING MEALTIME FOR THE HOMESCHOOLING FAMILY This is a post from Sarah Avila of My Joy-filled Life. Originally published Jan. 2014. “When are we going to eat lunch?” “What’s for breakfast?” “We had that yesterday.” “I don’t want that!” Are these familiar phrases you hear on a daily basis in your home? They used to […]
15 Surprising Uses for Baking Soda
15 Surprising Uses for Baking Soda Guest Post by Susan Yoo-Lee At less than $0.99 per small box, baking soda is the answer to a lot of your everyday needs — whether you realize it or not. While you may only be familiar with using it for baking purposes or leaving a box in […]
How to Lower Your Student Loan Interest Rates
This post was written by Lindsay from One Beautiful Home Blog, and you can get her FREE Financial Freedom Workbooks here! Originally published Oct. 2014. You guys! I feel like I’ve done the impossible!! After YEARS I finally figured out how to get our student loan interest rates lowered –AND YOU CAN TOO! I have contacted our […]
Free and Low-Cost Therapy Options
This post is from contributor, Heather Laurie. Originally published Feb. 2014. One of the most time-consuming and expensive things about being the mom of a child with autism is the therapy. Therapy lasts for months, even years. Then, the constant paperwork trail and upkeep sucks up your time (which is valuable!), and money oozes out […]
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