One of the main things I harp on is doing a meal plan. It makes your life so much simpler to only think about the week’s meals one time each week! But I started thinking…if I only have to put thought into dinners once a month, that simplifies my life even more!
Looking for some gift ideas for the homeschoolers in your life? Or maybe you homeschool and want to get gifts for your kids that they’ll love but will encourage lifelong learning or cater to their extracurricular preferences. I’ve curated 30 ideas for homeschool families with pre-K to middle school age
If you know me personally, you know I struggle with holidays and giving and receiving. Last year I was very outspoken against participating in Christmas, much to hubby’s chagrin, so we have compromised this year and will do a few things at his request. One of those things is to
I always hear how expensive kids supposedly are. We have four now, and each baby does add to the overall cost of living for the household, but the assertion that more kids shouldn’t be had due to their cost is a sad reflection of the materialism of society. To put
Do you enjoy taking your kids to the grocery store with you? If yes, this post isn’t for you. Ha! If no…do you waste time reprimanding them for goofing off or being totally distracting? Do you wander the aisles, forgetting what you came for and adding a bunch of unplanned-for
Meal planning has become a must for me! It takes about two hours each week for me to plan a menu for each day, make my grocery list AND place an online order for grocery pickup. That two hours keeps me on budget and ensures that I always have healthy