Tips For Staying Safe For the 4th of July

These safety tips can help keep you and your family safe this 4th of July! Did you know that the 4th of July is one of the most dangerous weekends of the entire years, says experts. They can see over 11,000 fireworks accidents in this weekend and more. Making sure you stay safe, is important. Follow these tips for staying safe for the 4th of July, to protect you and your family! Sparklers are the cause of 10% of firework related injuries, they burn more than 1000 degrees Fahrenheit. It always … [Read more...]

Tips on How To Throw An Ice Cream Party

I am a huge fan of ice cream! I love how you can top it with sprinkles, caramel syrup, cookie crumbs and more and create a treat your taste buds will thank you for! With summer here, I thought it would be a great time to share tips on how to throw an ice cream party everyone will love! I will share tips on how to throw an organized and low stress ice cream party! Just make sure ahead of time you have your decorations and everything set up, so when your guest arrive you can enjoy the party as … [Read more...]

5 Things You Need To Stop Doing On a Weekend

Don't we all eagerly wait for the busy weekdays to come to an end and hope to relax on the weekend?  We all sure do. But, Lady! If you are doing these 5 things on the weekend, you are doing it all wrong. Cleaning:Do you save up the mess to be cleaned on the weekend? Are laundry, vacuuming and dusting the things you do on weekends? Then you are not doing it right. Weekdays sure are busy. But planning and categorizing a little time for these things every day will help you relax on the … [Read more...]

How to Get Help for An Unexpected Financial Emergency

Disclsoure: This post is sponsored by Check Into Cash. All opinions, as always, are 100% my own! Life happens to the best of us, it seems our world can come crashing down at any moment giving us the need to find financial assistance quickly. With state assistance not being an option for these rare and often times one-time financial emergencies there are programs like Check Into Cash that assist you in gaining back control during these hardships. What is a one-time unexpected financial … [Read more...]

Preparing Your House For Thanksgiving Guests

Thanksgiving can be a beautiful time of warmth and love. Planning for Thanksgiving is a great investment of your time, because it pays off with a fun, stress-free day with your family. Some preparations for holiday guests take only a few minutes; some take a lot longer. My advice: start preparing your home for the holidays now. See the steps to take this week to enjoy Turkey day this year. Prioritize The day before guests arrive is no time to pull apart junk drawers and clean out … [Read more...]

7 Uses For Baking Soda

Baking soda, commonly used for baking or to keep your refrigerator fresh, is also a natural cleaning product with many other handy uses around the house. Here are a few uses for it as an alternative to store-bought home solutions. Keep Cut Flowers Around Longer Cut flowers are beautiful, but they wilt quickly. To keep cut flowers in your house looking fresher longer, add a tablespoon of baking soda to the vase. Make Toothpaste A paste made from baking soda and a 3 percent … [Read more...]

Good Tips Tuesday Link-Up Party #141 – Back To School Hacks

Welcome to week # of Good Tips Tuesday! Today we are sharing back to school hacks! From lunch box notes, tips for managing your schedule and more. I hope everyone is having a good back to school season. Back to School Printable Lunch Box Love Notes for Boysfrom Real Advice Gal Make A Leaf Family: An Easy Preschool Craft from Homeschool Preschool Duct Tape Notebook Cover from Simply Sherryl Water Bottle Craft: Back to School (student) Edition from Real Advice Gal How to Teach Kids to … [Read more...]

Keep the Kids Happy (and Yourself Sane) With These Road Trip Games

Snacks, maps, GPS, emergency car kit and luggage are all packed and ready. Everyone’s itching to get in the car and start moving. Is there anything like a summer road trip? According to a recent AAA survey, more than 35 percent of Americans are planning to take their families on vacation in areas that are more than 50 miles away from their homes. While road trips are a great opportunity for sightseeing and bonding for adults and older children, younger children don’t appreciate being … [Read more...]