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How to Discipline and Comfort Your baby

Although my son is just the sweetest and usually happiest little guy, sometimes he does things that he shouldn’t do. He pulls my hair HARD! He will reach and try to grab friends’ glasses. He will pick things up and throw them. Sometimes he will even scream at us and hit us. I’ve heard people

How to Make a Badge for Kids

 This tutorial will work for just about any badge. Birthday’s, Dress-up, Super Hero Logos, Halloween costumes, or any other reason you have to make a badge. They are very EASY, quick, and inexpensive. They stick on really well and also peel right off so you can wash the outfit when needed.  In addition, I was surprised and

Top Photo of 2013 on Major TV/Radio/Weather Station

Earlier this year, our babysitter Candice told us that our son Denali looked just like Russell from the movie UP. And because he really did, the name stuck. Since then, we often call him ‘Baby Russell’. So for Halloween we wanted to dress him up like Russell. I started gathering his costume from different places

Doing This One Simple Thing Will Help Your Children Avoid Misbehaviors

Today our families are under attack from about every walk of life. Full schedules, media, computers, drugs, etc. are all taking away from family time and diminishing bonds of unity. How do we combat this constant onslaught of the family? There are multiple ways, but one of the most influential things we can do is

Top 20 New Year’s Resolutions…of the Rich

 Jim Rohn a late entrepreneur, author and very successful multi-millionaire went from rags to riches. He is one of the most famous motivational speakers of all time and has many well known quotes. One quote that I have always remembered since hearing it years ago is: “Poor people have big TV’s. Rich people have big

Blueberry Cheesecake Waffles

These blueberry cheesecake waffles are really the best I’ve ever tried. I’ve been making them for over 20 years (my grandma taught me when I was a little girl) and each time I do, I get rave reviews.  The blueberries are deliciously sweet, the lemon juice adds a tiny bit of tartness, the cream cheese

When and How to Say, “No”

I hear the phrase all the time, “You need to learn how to say no” (I think women hear this a lot). Yet, I didn’t know when to say no. I didn’t have any kind of objective guide so I just kept on saying, “Yes”, and “Ok”, and continued to pile responsibilities on myself. Many

How to Avoid Debt

People who make a lot of money, and I mean A LOT of money are not always financially rich. I once heard about a plastic surgeon that was very well known. He had a huge practice and specialized in a high-net worth or celebrity clientele. He had a few mansions, a private jet and a

Gift Buying Guide for Indecisive Recipients

Have you ever asked someone what they wanted for Christmas (or their Birthday), only to have them say something like, “Oh nothing” or, “I don’t know” or, “Anything you want to give me”? What I  decide to do is to give gifts that relate to their hobbies. This is a gift guide for anyone who is

You May Have Unclaimed Money at Your State’s Unclaimed-Property-Division and not even know it.

Did you know that each state has an Unclaimed Property Division where millions of dollars are sent to be held on to until the recipient contacts the division? The Utah Unclaimed Property Division websites says this, “Each year, millions of dollars in bank accounts, stock certificates, checks, insurance checks, bonds and dividends are turned over

The Easy to Build Kit for the Worst of Times… Your Proven 72 Hour Survival Kit!

Recently, with the frigid temperatures, 51 car pile ups, people stranded in gorges over night in sub zero temperatures, etc., it is more important than ever to be prepared! If you are traveling anywhere this winter you will want survival items with you. These 72 Hour Survival Kits may be useful not only for you, but

Delicious Beef Stew

Lots of people love this stew. One day an old coworker of mine saw it and commented that it looked like the stew her grandma used to make. The next day, I sent some to her and she was so happy to finally find a stew that tasted just like her grandma’s. Don’t get discouraged when

D.I.Y. Flower Centerpiece

Being the frugal gal I am, it is rare for me to have a centerpiece full of fresh flowers and real cranberries. Yet, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity when I realized this arrangement would cost me $2.50. ($4.50 if I had to buy the vase and dish, which I didn’t) and it only took me

27 Neighbor Gifts in 27 Minutes

This Christmas I was able to assemble my neighbors’ Christmas gifts in 27 minutes. (I did not include the shopping time). Not only was I able to completely assemble these gifts in under half an hour, they only cost an average of $1.47 cents each! That is 27 gifts for $39.42!! * Note (esp to

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