I am a voracious reader—it has always been that way. From devouring an entire series of books in elementary school to spending my junior high spring break on the beach
Pick up any magazine or newspaper and you’ll find articles about skyrocketing gas, oil, electricity, and water prices. Authors point to the drastic economic and environmental impact these events have on the world. Our energy crisis is no longer an abstract concept, important only to congressmen and science gurus. This issue affects homes across the globe by dipping into bank accounts and making substantial withdrawals.
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Do you know what Saturday, March 6th is? It’s the day after my birthday! Kidding. Well, it is but it’s also National Frozen Food Day, and Omaha Steaks wants to
When MyBlogSpark contacted me with the opportunity to try Yoplait as part of their Get Strong & Healthy campaign, I couldn’t pass it up. My girls are constant snackers and
Have any of you participated in the free museum day today? Bradley and I did! There were several participating museums within driving distance, but we chose the Mary Todd Lincoln
Angel Food Ministries is a non-profit and non-denominational organization dedicated to providing low cost food to many communities. Angel Food Ministries is growing nationwide and they are adding host sites
If you ever visit my home, you would understand how serious I am when I tell you we are slightly (okay, totally) addicted to magazines. One of my long time
To bring you the best variety of tips and savings ideas, the Inexpensively network connects with bloggers from around the country. Joining us this week is Kristen from Goodie Goodie
I love music. I don’t care that it took me twenty years to consciously realize the time signature change in Pink Floyd’s Money, even though I memorized the solo lick
With Back to School time here or just around the corner, it is the perfect time to talk lunch boxes. Whether your child packs a lunch daily or just once