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Hello all!  I wanted to take just a few minutes of your time to let you know about a great sale going on this month at Thrive Life.  This is one of those that you want to tell your sister and mother about!  Thrive is offering many fantastic products at a great price as part of "National Preparedness Month." In fact, this month, Thrive Life is...
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by  |  posted under Beauty, Coupons & Budgeting, Family, Fashion, Fitness and Healthy Living, Fun With Kids, Girls, Organization, Shop, Uncategorized
Could you go without shopping for a month?? What about 2 months? I challenge you to a shopping fast. Guess how much time women spend shopping each year? a. 500 hours b. 199 hours c. 600 hours d. 399 hours (answer to come) Let me first explain myself.  About 10 years ago I was noticing I was spending a lot of money on a lot of items I...
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Home maintenance
by  |  posted under Cleaning, Decorating, Do It Yourself, Organization, Uncategorized
Sometimes the men in our lives are busy, or the handyman is booked until next April...sometimes we ladies must take matters into our own hands! Here are 16 life-changing secrets to help you maintain a better home.  1. How to paint super straight lines. 2. Get ink stains out of leather. I haven't tried Amodex yet, but I have two WHITE...
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by  |  posted under Baby Gifts, Crafting, Decorating, Do It Yourself, Gift Wrapping, Organizing
By now you've probably seen a lot of washi tape floating around stores, blogs, and crafting circles. There are so many amazing ways you can use it, but sometimes you need a simple DIY project to get your washi tape feet wet. Here are five easy ways to use washi that will get your creative juices flowing. 1. Party Decor   This may seem like...
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by  |  posted under Back to School, Holiday, Organization, Recipes
Okay so school is well under way and all of your cutesie lunch box ideas are exhausted.  What we need now are practical, quick, and easy lunches that kids, spouses, and working moms will actually eat!  We polled our 200,000+ Facebook fans for inspiration.  Here are the top 45 ideas that will fill your lunch boxes for at least 45...
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by  |  posted under Do It Yourself, Food Storage
Advantages to Homemade Baby Food There are so many advantages to homemade baby food: It can be healthier You know exactly what you are feeding your baby It can be more economical than pre-packaged baby food Your baby can eat the same food you do...just in pureed form Drawbacks to Homemade Baby Food But honestly, there are also a...
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by  |  posted under Family, Fun With Kids, Organization, Parenting
Going camping as a kid was the best thing ever. It was fun. It was easy. It filled my heart with joy. Going camping with kids can be magical too but it takes planning, patience, and a willingness to roll with whatever happens. Here are a few tips to make your next family camping adventure just a little more successful: 1. Put them to work –...
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by  |  posted under Back to School, Boys, Family, Food Storage, Fun With Kids, Girls, Holiday, Organization, Organizing, Parenting, Time Management, Uncategorized
I dread making lunches for my kids' lunch boxes. Dinners I can do, but for some reason lunch is hard for me. If it is not a sandwich - I'm out. And what about all those veggies and fruit I would love for my kids to be eating? A lot of time I get overwhelmed and just give in to school lunch. But this year I want to change. I want to send my kids...
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kitchen hacks
by  |  posted under Cleaning, Organization, Organizing, Time Management, Uncategorized
Life is busy and every spare minute you can squeeze in the day is valuable.  These genius ideas will have you marveling, "Why didn't I think of that before?"  Here are 18 handy tricks that will make life a lot easier when it comes to the one room we undeniably spend the most time in: the kitchen. 1.  Use frozen sponges for cheap,...
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When I started building a food storage for my family I knew so very little it was laughable!  But I was determined to do what I felt I needed to do and to do so in a smart way.   If I was going to invest in food storage, I did not want to waste my money.  I didn't want to just buy anything and call it good to ease my conscience. When / if we...
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