Tip Tuesday

The Flu is sweeping the nation early this year and it seems to be a bad one. With that in mind out tip is a little off the cuff but might help with your Flu symptoms or may even prevent you from getting it all together. Going back hundreds of years, the onion has been said to be the secret weapon of farmers, grandmas and even ancient Chinese medicine. Simply cut the ends off an onion and place in a bowl in the rooms around the house. The onions absorb bacteria floating in the air and speed up recover time. Having these onions around regularly can even prevent you from getting colds and Flu’s. To read more about onions, their benefit and stories from others, visit these links below:




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Pregnancy Resolutions


The holidays are over and New Year’s resolutions have been made. Most peoples involve some kind of weight loss, dieting, or new exercise routine.  These are all great plans, but what if you’re pregnant? You need to be careful about extreme diets and exercise but that doesn’t mean you can’t hit the gym! FitPregnancy has some great workouts that will keep you moving and healthy until you’re ready for that post pregnancy workout. Visit FitPreganancy at the address below:


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Food Friday

If you’re searching for fun food for kids, look no further! We came across this site on pinterest and loved it! It’s got fun recipes from A to Z that your kids will love.  Hopefully this will spark some homemade fun for the whole family.

You can find them by visiting our pinterest site under “yum yum” or go straight to their site at  http://www.momswhothink.com/kids-recipe/kids-recipes-a-to-z.html

Bon Appetit!







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Thrifty Thursdays

Homemade Furniture polish! Seems like those can of polish run out quicker and quicker and doesn’t get any cheaper. Next time you run out, try making your own. Just use a cup of olive oil and ¼ cup vinegar. That combination will clean and protect your furniture.

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Tip Tuesday

15 Ways to stay Healthy on a Budget

1. Snag free health apps from your phone

2. Sign up for a prescription saving program

3. Use coupons

4. Borrow (don’t buy) your next fitness DVD: Utilize your local library!

5. Talk it out: There’s a free self-help group out there for whatever is bothering you, whether it’s physical or mental. Check out MentalHelp.net/selfhelp

6. Shop Full: Meaning grocery shop on a full stomach or you may find all those treats in your cart you have been avoiding!

7. Gym Membership Bargaining: Many health clubs and gyms are willing to cut you deals or give you free passes to try their facilities. Remember everything is negotiable.

8. Buy Frozen: Add veggies to your meals without the high priced produce prices.

9. Stop waisting food: Leftovers for Lunch!

10. Strike a Pose: Can’t afford your local yoga studio? Every week, Yoga Today streams a free, one-hour class. (Downloads cost $4.)

11. Create a medical family tree: Start planning a healthier future by asking relatives about their health conditions then visit FamilyHistory.hhs.gov to create a free Family Health Portrait that reveals your risks.

12. Eat more eggs: They are easy on the budget and on your diet.

13. Buy in bulk and don’t worry about food going bad too quickly by splitting the food and cost with a friend.

14. Save $170 in the shower: Think, short 5 min and warm not hot! Your yearly bill and your skin will thank you.

15. Give and get free products: Freecycle.org, a smart online location for secondhand giveaways in your city.

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Attainable New Year Resolutions for 2013?

It’s that time of year again when you get to reflect on what you didn’t achieve the year before and where you want to make it worthwhile in the New Year.  Well, today I want you to reflect on attainable goals for 2013.  This is the year for realistic goals where the small wins pay off big in the end.

Here are some helpful guidelines to quit that procrastinating:

  1. Make it public.  You are more likely to forget your goal if you make it secret. Want to make it stick, find a friend to make you accountable.
  2. Smart phones have great apps to also track your progress. Do you want to know what’s in your food this year before purchasing? Try this app called Fooducate.  Are your friends telling you that you are tardy for everything?  This app Cueup.  It’s time to be accountable!
  3. You are more likely to stay motivated and achieve your goal if there is a reward in the end, however if that reward is too far out there, discouragement can settle in.  Remember the line “Babysteps” from the movie, “What about Bob?” starring Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfuss?  LOVE IT!  Planning on hitting the gym and losing some weight from your last pregnancy….babystep it!  Instead of the usual goal to hit a certain weight by a certain amount of time, try a goal of hitting the gym 3x a week for a month.  Once that goal has been achieved give yourself a reward…. I say buy a new pair of shoes.  Once that goal has been met, amp it up the next month for something new at the gym.

Happy Goal Achieving in 2013!

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Thrify Thursdays

Are you a coupon cutting mama?  If so, let me give you some easy solutions to great grocery store sales.  I am always looking for a great deal, but I just don’t have to the time to sift through newspapers and browse hundreds of sites to find what I need at my local grocery stores.  Here is one site I browse one time a week and vamp my meal menus to what is on sale.  The site is http://www.grocerysmarts.com/and of course it is FREE

Here is how it works:

1. Once in the site you will need to select your state.

2.  Look for the pull down menu on the left to select your store.

3. Press the start button on the top right of the page.

4.  To see just the major and extreme savings for the store place you mouse over the stock up scale (There is a red star right above it).

5.  Click over the star and then head back up to the start button where you will see a shrink button.  Click Shrink.  Here is will shrink the items for the best savings.

6. Print your list.

If you would like other items  on sale and not just the items in red, you can press start and click individually down the list for the items you want.  The category column will highlight white.  Once you have all your items you desire for that store, click shrink then print.

Easy Peasy!

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