Tag: one income living

Simple Cold Brew Coffee Hack For Frugal Moms

Simple Cold Brew Coffee Hack For Frugal Moms

Coffee.   It’s my favorite thing.   The warm, inviting smell that wafts through your senses and wraps you up in a hug. I could drink coffee all day.   Coffee is like a friend that never lets you down and you can just sit 

The Most Trusted Free Homeschool Curriculum

The Most Trusted Free Homeschool Curriculum

When I first started homeschooling, almost 20 yrs ago, there were many curricula out there. You could get boxed, everything done for you, unit studies, different methods such as Charlotte Mason, Classical and unschooling. You could even just go to Walmart and get workbooks for 

Amazon’s Subscribe and Save: Great Ways to Save Money

Amazon’s Subscribe and Save: Great Ways to Save Money

Today I have a money saving hack that you will love!   It’s Amazon’s Subscribe and Save.   If you haven’t heard about this gem, read on and I’ll tell you all about how I make this work for our family.   Several years ago, 

Tomato Sauce Hacks: Money Saving Tips

Tomato Sauce Hacks: Money Saving Tips

Today I’m going to let you in on one of my favorite money saving tips–tomato sauce. How can this simple pantry staple save you money? Read on to find out!     Tomato sauce is the most adaptable food item in the kitchen. There is 

11 Savvy Things I Was Already Doing When the Coronavirus Pandemic Hit That Brought Me Unexpected Peace

11 Savvy Things I Was Already Doing When the Coronavirus Pandemic Hit That Brought Me Unexpected Peace

    I remember what I was doing when the coronavirus pandemic panic set in. I was on my couch, looking at Facebook. I saw friends posting about the toilet paper buying, posting pictures of lines, of people hoarding water and cleaning supplies. A small 

18 Lessons Learned from 18 Years of Homeschooling

18 Lessons Learned from 18 Years of Homeschooling

As I sit here in the early morning, watching the sun rise through my window, I think back through the almost two decades I have spent homeschooling my children. Eighteen years to be exact. So many years, yet they just zip by so quickly. In