Ham and Split Pea Soup Recipe

Ham and Split Pea Soup on a budget

This ham and split pea soup recipe is one of our family favorites this time of year.  It is so easy to make and have very minimal ingredients, so it is a great split pea soup recipe on a budget. Split peas can be bought at any time of year for … Continue reading →

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4 Reasons Why Iphone is Better for Busy Moms

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This post on 4 reasons why iPhone is better for busy moms is sponsored by Verizon I resisted getting a smartphone for a lot of years.  I liked the simple phones, and I didn't ant to get stuck on my phone instead of being with my family.  But when … Continue reading →

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Simple Fall Sensory Bin On A Dollar Store Budget

Fall sensory bin

Fall is full of so many changes and a great way to teach kids about those changes is a fall sensory bin. There are shifts in the weather, in nature, and in our homes as we prepare for the upcoming celebrations and holidays. A fall sensory bin is an … Continue reading →

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Southwest Chicken Sausage Potato Breakfast Burritos

Southwest Chicken Sausage Potato Breakfast Burritos

All ideas, recipes, & opinions are entirely my own; however, this is a sponsored post on behalf of Hillshire Farm®, Jimmy Dean®, & Tyson® Foods It is back to school time which means it is time to find ideas for quick, healthy breakfast on … Continue reading →

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7 Great Fall Vegetables To Plant in Your Vegetable Garden

Are you looking for easy to grow fall vegetables to plant in your vegetable garden? These 7 vegetables are great options for any fall vegetable garden!

Here are some great fall vegetables to plant. Not only can you extend your garden life, but you'll be able to add quickly to your freezer and pantry. If you can your produce, or if you prefer freezing for future use these are great choices. While not … Continue reading →

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