When I was a kid, Fridays were always pizza night. We’ve taken it a step further in our family and made it our weekly “pizza and movie night”, complete with fresh, amazing homemade pizza. In this article, I’m going to compare the costs between buying a pizza, getting a pizza kit, and making your own […]
Working Women Wednesdays gives you tips, tricks, and information about being a successful working mom in corporate America. Speaking in public. It’s many peoples worse fear – even worse than death. For 19% of people speaking in public is their top fear, but death comes in second place at 16%. According to Psychology Today, the […]
Happy Halloween everyone! For this weeks Money Monday I’m sharing some fun financial facts about Halloween for you. For more check out the National Retail Federation’s Halloween headquarters. I wrote a post with these facts and some tips to save money last week – be sure to check it out here. Don’t forget to score […]
You can’t help but see the news lately about the epi-pen price hikes. As the mom of a former food-allergic son, I get angry every time I see them. The epi-pen now costs $650 per fill – and you need to refill it every single year because they expire, even if you don’t use it. […]
The book Swipped by Adam Levin is hands-down the best book on identity theft, protecting yourself from it, and recovering from it, that I’ve ever read. If you’re interested in the subject, be sure to pick it up-you won’t regret it.
In a prior article I wrote about my story in cutting cable for the past seven years despite having three kids and a TV loving husband. Is this something you’re interested in doing too? Well here’s my promised 11 easy steps to cutting the cord: Determine your reasons. You’ll want to keep these in mind […]