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How To Make a Small Wood Manger

Creating a wood manger is a fun yet meaningful craft for Christmas. You can hang it on the tree, display one anywhere you want, in a nativity scene, or use it for a larger item like the Tale of Three Trees centerpiece/mantelpiece I did here (tutorial here).   They are easy to make (children can help), are

How To Put on a Christmas Nativity Play at Home With Script, Songs, & Costume List

Every Christmas Eve since I can remember my extended family has celebrated together. We would eat a wonderful meal, chat for a bit, and then the kids would be excused to go prepare for the Nativity play. Acting out the Nativity play for the adults was and continues to be the highlight of Christmas for

Clean-Eating Twice Baked Sweet Potato Recipe

Hi Live Like You Are Rich readers! Tiffany here, from Feel Great in 8. I am the creator and host of the Feel Great in 8 Challenge, an 8 week competition that challenges you to get healthy physically, mentally, and spiritually. I also share healthy recipes and tips on the Feel Great in 8 Blog!

Quick Garlic Bread Recipe That Isn’t Too Buttery or Garlicky

My mom had a lot going on with 5 kids and a household to run. She made family dinners almost every night. As a mom I’ve come to admire and appreciate her consistency and diligence even more! When it came to making homemade meals she tried to keep things simple. We grew up loving this

Practical Ways to Keep the Holiday Season Stress-Free, Affordable, & Meaningful

This time of year it is easy to overspend and over stress. Recently, I wrote about three ways to have a stress free and affordable holiday season here and I’ve been doing my best to follow them. The three tips came recommended by SunTrust Bank on being meaningful with your means and cutting out stress

DIY Christmas Headband for a Baby Girl

Hi everyone, I’m Alex from AlexHaralson.com. I’m really excited to be guest posting here on Anita’s blog! Anita wanted me to share a Christmas craft with you and since she just had a baby girl, I figured what better than an adorable headband for that baby girl or yours! So what you’ll need is some

How an Index Card Helped Me Get Out of Credit Card Debt

Today I’m excited to share a get-out-of-debt-success-story with you. It’s actually the story of a life-long family friend, Stephen Gardner and his wife working together to do what many young families dream of: becoming debt free. Since we have been great friends for a long time, I was able to watch a few of the struggles and the

No-Bake Twix Cookie Recipe

This Twix no-bake cookie recipe is super simple, quick, requires only three ingredients, and is delicious! I’m so excited to make them with family and I want to thank Becky for sharing it here on the blog today. Welcome Becky! Hi Live Like You Are Rich readers!  Becky here, from Bite of Delight, the place

Cream Cheese Apple Puff Pastry Recipe

Hi Live Like You Are Rich readers!  This is Marie from themamasgirls.com. We are so excited to be able to share one of our favorite recipes with you today! We are a lifestyle blog that is geared toward making the most of family life. We do lots of recipes, tips and tricks, reviews, DIY, and cover

How to Save Money on Renovating and Decorating a Living Room

Making a living room comfortable and decorating it nicely doesn’t have to cost a fortune! Today I’m sharing how we renovated our family room from the caving in walls and part of a missing ceiling to what it looks like now for about $2,000. That includes new doors, part of a ceiling and walls, flooring, paint,

LiveLikeYouAreRich Made The 50 Best Blogs by Women 2014 List!

I want to say a special thank you to Holly at the www.TheWorkatHomeWoman.com! Every year she compiles a list on her own very popular blog of the 50 Best Blogs by Women. Although this is my first year of blogging, I was honored to make the list with many blogging power houses like: SixSistersStuff, MoneySavingMom, LivingWellSpendingLess,

How to Cultivate Contentment and True Happiness

Many are on a quest to find contentment and true happiness. There are many ways to cultivate happiness and to become more content. I list them below. But first I want to share the following story which helps to illustrate that happiness and being content is not dependent on material goods or wealth. Karen Jensen, my

The Best Way to Teach Your Children about Money

Hello readers of Anita’s blog. We are Paul & Camille Walker from www.kidsfamilyfinance.com and honored to guest post today. Over at KidsFamilyFinance we are a niche blog that is all about teaching kids about money. One question we have asked ourselves (and heard many others ask as well) is why do kids learn so much

How to Teach Your Children about Their Ancestors

*Article written by Karen Jensen, my sister and co-author of our book Living a Rich Life as a Stay-at-Home Mom: How to Build a Successful Financial Foundation for You and Your Children. My second grade daughter has been assigned to do a presentation on her family tree in school. She was asked to go back

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