Here is this week's $25 weekly meal plan, actually $27.49 this week. The plan includes Egg Salad Croisants, Big Mac Salad, Tuna Melts, Naan Pizza and Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes.
The original scent of Avon Skin So Soft has been said to repel mosquitos for a long time now. Avon has developed a Skin So Soft Bug Guard spray in more recent years, but you can make your own bug spray with the oil and a few other simple ingredients.
There are not many gifts better than receiving handmade, homemade gifts from the heart! Today I am sharing a video I did a few weeks ago, making 2 cookie recipes and a soup in Mason Jars. There are so many options for Mason Jar Gifts and I will share some additional gifts after these three recipes.
Holiday Log Cookies are a quick and convenient option to have on hand over the holiday season, or anytime of year.
Here is this week's $25 weekly meal plan. This week's plan includes soup, stuffed peppers, chicken, shepard's pie and more...
In The Kitchen - I was prepping PB&J Muffins, Omelet Muffins, Omelet Freezer packets and more...
Here is this week's $25 weekly meal plan. We are sharing ideas for meals that cost approximately $5 each, in these meal plans. Some week's I get them under $25, like this one foe $22.80, and some weeks are a few dollars over. It is a great guideline and idea starter for your meal planning efforts!
As a mom of two, who are several years apart in age, it can often be hard to find things to do with both kids. Here is my list for a family with various ages of children, with all free activities to do in the city of Moncton!
Here is this week's $25 weekly meal plan. We are sharing ideas for meals that cost approximately $5 each, in these meal plans. Some week's I get them under $25 and some weeks a few dollars over. It is a great guideline and idea started for your meal planning efforts!
This Week's Menu includes French Onion Soup, Honey Garlic Ribs, Sheet Pan Chicken & Veggies, Spinach & Mushroom Omelet and Chicken Fried Rice!
The back to school madness is underway and we are all looking for ways to cut costs this time of year. Expectations run high, there are new book bags, sneakers, clothing, school supplies and lunch supplies. The list can be long and expensive. BUT, let's not worry about what others are doing or what the kids expect. In my books, it is better to teach frugality, and a reduced waste approach through re-using and recycling. Let's teach our children that they do not need NEW everything, there are so many items that can be re-used and recycled from previous years.