Thankful for a beautiful summer in full swing now.
Thankful for plenty of water to keep the girls cool and entertained.
Thankful for good, healthy food to keep me going.…
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In most homes, school is over, and summertime has begun. On the one hand,
most moms feel grateful that warm weather is here, family fun has begun, and
the stress of the school year is on hold for the next three months. The kids are
ecstatic because they get to run through the yard shooting water guns at their friends,
sleep in and stay up later, and take a break from dreaded…Continue
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One of the things I love most about this time of year is gardening. I am no green-thumb, but I do enjoy the fruit of my labor! This year my garden includes tomatoes, red peppers, zucinni, yellow squash, green beans, and several types of herbs.
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It is the close of Memorial Day weekend. We have definitely had our fair share of grilling, gardening and relaxing. We finally got our pool open so there will be lots of pool time in the
coming weeks. The weather has
turned warm…hot almost and there is a smell of summer in the air.
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With the school year winding down and summer just around the corner, many kids may think it’s time to turn off their brain. Parents, you know that there is a certain amount of “brain drain” that tends to happen during the summer when kids are not in school everyday. To help prevent this, summer is a great time to focus on learning skills and knowledge “outside the box” of the usual worksheets and homework. We all know…Continue
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I'm thinking about the summer....dreaming of July 1, when mine really starts (last day of work!) But just as soon as I start dreaming....it turns into a nightmare...You know. It goes something like this:
We sleep in a little later, eat a leisure breakfast, do a few chores, play outside before the blistering temperatures get the best of us. Then we eat lunch, read a little....and then........WHAT?
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by: Kristl - The Budget Diet
Be prepared for the “I’m bored” syndrome this summer with a few budget friendly summer fun ideas!
Field Trips: Plan a field trip every week this summer! Here’s how…
#1. Start by taking your kids to the local library to find some books on your area.
#2. Do a…
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One of my most favorite scents in the world is fresh basil. It’s so clean and crisp and natural … sort of like fresh cut grass, but better … because you can eat it. I have never been a big water drinker – I need some flavor in my beverage – so lately I’ve started flavoring my water with basil.…
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