Thursday, August 15, 2013
I know from experience that teaching children how to save money is not
an easy task. My kids usually want to spend their allowance immediately
upon receiving it – I can almost see the money burning a hole in their
pockets! I have learned that regardless of your children’s age, the best
way to teach them the importance of budgeting is to start small and
keep it simple...
Summertime is known as “family-fun time” in my household. From the most
frugal of city-planned events to the highest-priced excursions, you’ll
rarely come across a weekend where there is nothing to do. Sometimes,
however, the easiest way to spend intimate, memorable and quality time
as a family is the age-old tradition of a family picnic...
With summer produce at its peak, it’s wise to practice storage
techniques that will help prolong the fresh taste of this season’s
fruits, vegetables and herbs. From berries to greens, here are a few
tips that will help preserve your produce life, while preventing food
Summertime can get expensive with camps and activities, eating out and
vacations. As a mom of three children, I am always looking for ways to
save money, especially around this time of year. As my kids grow older,
these budget-friendly, summer activities have stayed on the top of our
list throughout the years...
As a busy mom of three, I am always looking for timesaving tips,
especially in my kitchen. Here are some great, timesaving tips to
maximize your freezer space...
My family stocks up on extra food including everything from canned goods
to boxes of cereal. Recently, we even began stockpiling fresh produce!
Below are a few simple tips I’ve found to help save money when stocking
up on produce...