How to Organize A Time-Saving Reusable Grocery Shopping List

Meal planning and grocery shopping are the bane of my existence most weeks. The number one problem I have is that there are some very picky eaters in my family. As much as I seem to be able to plan, I almost always am coming up short. In my quest in 2021 to get everythingContinue reading “How to Organize A Time-Saving Reusable Grocery Shopping List”

Snowball’s chance in hell.

By now many of us have received our stimulus checks. It’s a welcome relief to everyone who got theirs. For me it’s the first part of working the Snowball Method of debt reduction. I’m going to completely pay off one of our credit cards and start working on the other two as the weeks rollContinue reading “Snowball’s chance in hell.”

Sharing is Caring—Guinness Beef Stew ($2.14/serving) from Good Cheap Eats

I think I’m gonna give this one a try! Homemade Guinness beef stew is homey and comforting. It’s also easy to make in either the slow cooker or the electric pressure cooker. — Read on goodcheapeats.com/guinness-beef-stew/

365 Podcasts A Year — Money Week

My 365 Podcasts A Year education goal is rolling along. I just recently realized I hadn’t been posting the ones I was listening to on my Calendar. Over the weekend, I caught up and I also started to organize the podcasts into themed weeks. I’ll still be covering a broad range of topics throughout theContinue reading “365 Podcasts A Year — Money Week”

Have you tried make at home Olive Garden Chicken Alfredo?

This recipe has gone around the internet lately but I wanted to let you know that you can make this in the oven as well as the crockpot. 3 chicken breasts 2 cups Olive Garden Creamy Italian Dressing Cream cheese Shredded Parmesan cheese Noodles or your choice Step 1: Preheat the oven to 425. StepContinue reading “Have you tried make at home Olive Garden Chicken Alfredo?”

Dollar Store For The Win!

Last week I took my daughter to the dollar tree dollar store here in town in the pouring rain to get art supplies. It’s not so fun these days to shop with mask restrictions but I think I need to get out more often! On our way out we got her some shampoo and IContinue reading “Dollar Store For The Win!”

Money Matters — 52 Week Savings Plan

What if you could save over $1,000 this year quickly while holding onto your Netflix account and being able to still treat yourself at Starbucks? Moms love to save their money but as you know, we also want to have those “Me moments” where they can indulge ourselves a little without neglecting their family’s needs.Continue reading “Money Matters — 52 Week Savings Plan”

Life Skills – How to Reconcile a Checkbook

Money matters are something us moms are in charge of but after talking to my kids I realized just how many money skills aren’t taught in school. So here is my share for today in case you’ve forgotten how to reconcile your checkbook: When was the last time you reconciled your checkbook?