Wow. Can you believe you’ve made it to the end of this challenge?! I’ll admit – this challenge has been a doozy on some days. It’s not easy to realize that the container I use to store my flour is contaminated with BPA. That there’s high fructose corn syrup in my ketchup and those small short cutsClick to Continue »
Archives for October 2015
There is something so comforting about coming home from a long day out and being able to dish up a warm bowl of healthy soup to fill up your tired body. Truthfully, I enjoy slow cooker meals even after a lazy day at home! Not only are they easy, I love that my tastebuds areClick to Continue »
Alrighty folks, we are officially in the home stretch! We’ve been transforming our lives, our homes and our families this past month with small, practical baby steps and with just over a week to go, now’s the time to kick it into high gear and push through to the end!
We go pumpkin picking at my parents house every October to pick out our jack o’ lantern pumpkins. Olive usually picks the biggest one for herself (this year it was 2 ft tall!) and chooses a baby sized one for her baby sister. But this year I also planted my own pie pumpkins so I canClick to Continue »
Every month I write meal plans that are designed to feed the average family of four for about $350. While that number is low for many families, it’s a dream budget for others. There’s no doubt about it. The cost of food is steadily going up. Organic milk has gone up by one dollar perClick to Continue »
Wow – can you believe we’re halfway through the challenge?! It’s amazing at how little changes like getting a full 8 hours of sleep and reading the label on your lotion can make such an impact towards a healthier life! Wait a sec… I should backtrack (momentarily) just in case you haven’t been following along.
Guest post by Kelli from Freebie Finding Mom How many beauty products are in your medicine cabinet, hiding out in bathroom drawers, or scattered across your vanity or bathroom counter top? Do you dare to do the math to find out just how much money you’ve invested in beauty? Well, guess what, you don’t haveClick to Continue »
Written by Mr. Crumbs Our family has an addiction – to French fries. My daughter and my father-in-law have an addiction to ketchup. Naturally, you can expect this family to go through a lot of potatoes. Which is cool, because potatoes are waaaaay cheap.