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8 Ways to Start Saving on Necessities + FREE Grocery List Organized Printout

Did you know that about 78% of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck?! When I became pregnant with our second child, I had been out of work about a year taking care of the first and our finances were starting to get tight. We were used to two incomes and living (and buying) how we pleased. It… Continue reading 8 Ways to Start Saving on Necessities + FREE Grocery List Organized Printout

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10 New Mom Items You Won’t Regret Spending Your Money On

This article contains affiliate links for you convenience. Until I became a mother, I had no idea how HUGE the baby/kids product market was. Statistically, 49% of millennials surveyed said they believed raising a child would cost less then $5,000 per year...wow were we wrong!!! Not only are the necessities expensive, but it is easy… Continue reading 10 New Mom Items You Won’t Regret Spending Your Money On

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Happily Ever After Birth Story

I've been stuck on what to write about since the birth of my daughter. I thought writing about my labor experience might be too cliche in the extensive pile of birth stories on the internet. Then I got to thinking...who reads birth stories? Expecting moms. And, having been an expecting mother twice in the past… Continue reading Happily Ever After Birth Story

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Beginners Guide to Reducing Waste & Saving Money

I am always scouring the internet for tips and tricks on how to keep leftover foods fresh, reduce our family's footprint on this Earth, and make our lives one step closer to sustainability. There is A LOT of good information out there! However, it can get a little overwhelming and sometimes even extreme...making it difficult… Continue reading Beginners Guide to Reducing Waste & Saving Money

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How to Travel With Your 1 Year Old…Like a Boss.

There is nothing worse then sitting beside a screaming baby on an airplane, except of course being the parent of said baby. Traveling with kids is terrifying, stressful, and exhausting...there is no way of getting around that. As a disclaimer, I would like to say the following information is based off of my own experiences.… Continue reading How to Travel With Your 1 Year Old…Like a Boss.