In the United States, Patriot Day is observed in remembrance of those killed and injured in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. The majority of school age children are too young to remember this tragic day in American history, but they aren’t too young to learn about the events that changed our nation. Here […]
Making your own art supplies is a simple way to help your family afford the homeschool life. There are tons of homemade recipes to choose from online, so if you don’t find what you’re looking for here just try your favorite search engine or Pinterest. And as an added bonus, many of the recipes are nontoxic and some are even edible. Here’s our […]
Every spring, families and friends gather together in their kitchens for their annual tradition of dyeing Easter eggs. Dyeing eggs for Easter is a tradition that has likely been around for centuries. In today’s modern age, it’s easy to just head to the store and pick up an egg dyeing kit for your spring festivities, […]
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This is a guest post from my friend Stacey of Layered Soul. How to Survive Without Your Major Appliances. Really. I have experienced the summer of not making a list of how to get out of debt but of making a list of things that I need to replace. This post is written to provide […]
This post contains my referral link. Last weekend I was able to go into one of my favorite places on earth, the Dollar Tree. I took in $16 cash so I wouldn’t end up spending $50. Am I the only one who has walked out of the Dollar Tree with $50 in $1 items? […]