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Grocery Store Savings Strategies

Grocery Store Savings Strategies

Everyone knows that the cost of food has gone up dramatically - it is estimated that global food prices have soared 40% in the past year. That means if your family's weekly grocery bill is $150, your bill has gone up $60 each week and more than an additional $3,000 each year. more
Emily Wyckoff
Easter Egg Decorating

Easter Egg Decorating

Easter is this Sunday,  which means it's a great time to gather your kids and decorate Easter eggs. The store-bought kits are fast and easy, but if you are looking to try something different, here are some new takes on decorating eggs, most using a store-bought kit as a base: Rubber Band Eggs Materials: Hard boiled eggs, egg dyes, rubber bands of different widths Wrap a rubber band(s) around a hard boiled egg and immerse in egg dye until desired color is achieved. more
Emily Wyckoff
Passover Stories and Recipes

Passover Stories and Recipes

Passover is the Jewish holiday that celebrates the exodus of the Jews from Egypt.  A Seder is performed on the first two nights of Passover where families and friends join together to recall the suffering the Jews have experienced over the last several thousand years. more

Plan B Mom's Blog Posts

Plan B Mom is one of our favorite bloggers.  She talks about everything having to do with being a mom of three small children-from crafts to food to school and more! more
Environmentally-Friendly Green Guide

Environmentally-Friendly Green Guide

"Going green" can be a confusing proposition and seem daunting if you don't know where to begin or what you can do to have the biggest impact on your family, home and environment.  Throughout the month of April, we will be giving you easy ideas and suggestions for making your life a bit more earth-friendly. more
An Earth Day Series