Toddlers are wonderful, snugly, loving little people. They are cute and cuddly, like teddy bears. However, there are some things that turn them into bloodhounds. They pick up the scent and begin tracking. They will not stop their hunt until they find their prize.
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It’s beginning to look at lot like….the holidays. For me, it starts the minute October 1st rolls around, there’s a sort of magic that begins and just builds momentum until January 1st.
Magic of the holidays, for many, can be a stress filled time. Life is messy, busy, never goes as planned, and can feel overwhelming during the hustle and bustle.
I’m a bit of a neat freak. I enjoy organizing. Not just having a home for everything and knowing where it is, but the color coordinated, super pretty (super time-intensive) organizing
December 12th, 2014 is a date I will remember just as much as I remember her birthday. It is the day my Mom’s worldly journey ended. Just a couple weeks before Christmas.
Since my own heart bends toward MORE, MORE, MORE I decided to ask around and glean some ideas from others and share my own on how to have a less materialistic Christmas.
It’s never a good time when you have a sick toddler. While you’re surviving, the days begin to blur into one another. Even the hours seem to just pass you by and at times you may feel so unaccomplished. After enough time has passed, your child is finally doing well and you think to yourself […]
Over the years, as we have grown into “adulthood” (wow- that word makes us sound old) we have started our own holiday traditions with each other.
The ghosts show Scrooge his mistakes and what his future could be like if he continues in his terrible ways. While I cannot perfectly predict what your financial future will look like, I do want to share some Past, Present, and Future budgeting tips.