5 Ways to Go Toxic Free This Summer

 1. Upgrade Your Household Cleaning Products Many highly toxic chemicals are added to traditional dishwashing soaps, laundry detergents, air fresheners and numerous other household cleaning products. A good way to tell whether a product is toxic is to look for words such as Warning, Danger or Poison on the label. When buying non-toxic cleaning supplies at your local natural food store, choose those with no petroleum-based surfactants, chlorine or phosphates. They will not be harmful to your...

How To Get A Bank Fee Removed

Be quick. It's a good idea to take care of a fee  right after you see it come up. Check your online transactions, bank statements or Mint.com account often to see if any fees pop up. It's super important to have a good relationship with your bank account. Sound dumb? The truth is people who pay more attention to what's coming in and out of their bank account actually earn more! Be clear. A phone call should be your first go-to plan. If you are greeted with the lovely "press #1" for blah blah...

5 Budgeting Tips that Actually Work

Have you looked at your bank account lately? Is it lower than you expected? Let’s talk about cash money today. Whether living alone, or raising your family, you have to keep track of all your expenses. You need to know how to budget your monthly income. Here are some tips that you can apply to your monthly income to avoid any type of financial shortage. 1. Live Within Your Means When Trying to Budget Do you need a $10,000 engagement ring, when your income is around $40,000 a year? Do you need...

Moving Tips for Busy Moms

Moving is not an easy task. If you are a busy mom, like me, what are the best ways to make your transition smooth? Here are some tips that may come in handy. 1. Trash All the Things You Don’t Need It’s time to get rid of your junk, ladies! Sell stuff at a yard sale, give it to Goodwill or just throw it out as garbage. If you are moving to a smaller space, this is the most important thing that you need to do. From perishable items to the things that have been stored in your closet for the...

Mean Green Fritata Recipe

So, after watching another documentary on Netflix about how awful processed foods are, I decided to go veggie crazy and make a Mean Green Fritata for dinner. I called up the hubby and said, "Get ready for a healthy kick in the butt for dinner." 1) Choose 4 cups of green veggies:   1 Cup frozen Green beans 1 Cup fresh Green peppers 2 Cups frozen Broccoli You can substitute for a different veggie if you'd like 2) Cut up the veggies and pour them all into a skillet or cast...

7 Parenting Tips for Christmas Time

Christmas time. Is it all about presents, snowmen and Santa? Sure those holiday icons may be fun and cute, but as parents we have a true responsibility at Christmas time to bring our children to know Jesus and the true meaning of Christmas. If we don't teach our children and bring them to the arms of Christ, then who will? Certainly not society or not media. So this brings us to my favorite lovely, cliche: "Keep Christ in Christmas.”   7 things you can do to keep Christ alive...