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Sausage and Cheese Breakfast Muffins – Low-carb

May 10, 2012

If you are looking to the low-carb or just want a quick breakfast meal. This recipe is sure to please! I make these all the time! If you have a big family, feel free to double or triple the recipe. You will need: Turkey sausage or crumbled turkey bacon – I use approximately 6 ounces. […]

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Three Inexpensive Activities to do with your Children

May 7, 2012

Summer vacation is right around the corner, if your kids are anything like mine; they will be bored real quick! The trick to a happy, busy, stress-free summer vacation is keeping the children occupied – after all busy kids are not bored kids! But how can a parent do that without spending a small fortune? […]

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Where Can I Find Deals on Food?

April 24, 2012

Did you know that you can find great deals on food where you least expect to? It’s no secret food prices are on the rise and finding deals at local grocery stores are becoming harder and harder. Every single time I go to our grocery store I almost faint when I tally up what it […]

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Asparagus Cooking Tips and Tricks

April 20, 2012

Spring is here, and for many that means barbecue season is also here! This time of year a large number of people try new vegetables, meats, etc. I personally LOVE asparagus. I have been asked numerous times how to cook this amazing vegetable…which leads me to this blog post. You can make the most of […]

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Sauerkraut and Pork Recipe

April 11, 2012

Does the smell of sauerkraut make you hungry or make you want to vomit? As a child, I grew up eating sauerkraut but probably not like the way you know. I remember going to my grandparents to visit and my grandmother making a large batch of sauerkraut. I always wondered why hers tasted so much […]

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Free or Inexpensive Activities to do with your Children

April 2, 2012

Spring has officially arrived, and if you are like me, you have spent months indoors looking out your windows wondering when you can get back outside in warmer weather – that time is here! It takes a toll on everyone when they are not able to go outside and enjoy the fresh air, even children.  […]

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Cold/Flu Season Tips and Tricks

March 30, 2012

It’s that time of year when the common cold or flu is going around. I know in my house, my children and I have all had the cold/flu already and with our crazy weather (70 one day and 30 the next) I am sure we will see the darn cold bug again. With six of […]

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Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup and Noodles

March 28, 2012

With the cold/flu season quickly approaching I felt it was fitting to post my homemade chicken noodle soup recipe. Of course, you can enjoy this soup year-round if you are a big soup eater like me. This soup does take time to make, but it is worth it in the end. Soup Ingredients: Chicken (can […]

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Homeschool Burn-out Tips and Tricks to keep you on Track

March 26, 2012

Homeschooling is supposed to be fun, rewarding and exciting, trust me I know; I homeschooled my children for over 15 years. But there came a time where either I was burnt out or my children were. Homeschooling seemed like a daunting task daily or worse yet like were having our teeth pulled. No parent ever […]

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Tips and Tricks for Shedding Unwanted Belly Weight

March 21, 2012

Oh goodness summer is almost here, and that means shorts, tank tops, flip flops and swimsuits! If you are anything like me, before you realize it a few pounds somehow attached themselves to your body during the winter (I tell you it never fails, every single winter I gain weight!) There is good news though, […]

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