Welcome to Think Tank Thursday 10/29


It’s been another busy week here at the Saving 4 Six home.  We have all been battling colds and one has an ear infection.  Tomorrow we all go to the dentist in the morning (yuck), and then in the afternoon,  I get my very first mammogram (big YUCK).  Friday, my second born gets his braces off…YAY!  Oh, and of course Trick or Treating Friday night.  I’m still putting the finishing touches on one more costume.  But, if you didn’t see {Read More}

Kid Friendly Chore Chart

Kid Friendly Chore Chart

Our school year is well underway and with three high schoolers and a Fourth grader here, it can get a little crazy.  My two oldest start their day off at a vocational school and then come home around 11am for three more classes.  At that point the other two kiddos and I are about halfway done with our school day.  Often the boys will have to work (they all three caddy at a local golf course), so that throws even {Read More}

Welcome To Think Tank Thursday 10/22


I hope you are having a great week! The Fall weather arrived here this week and with it, the dark, dreary days in Ohio.  I’m trying to stay chipper by looking back at all my fun Fall posts, so I’ve updated my Fall tab at the top of the page.  You can check out the tab by clicking HERE or the FALL tab itself.  There are a bunch of great recipes, some fall decor, and this post on 10 Last Minute {Read More}

Ranch Pesto Pasta Bake

Ranch Pesto Pasta Bake

My family is growing in size…not number, size!  I have three teenage boys and a husband that are all at least 6 feet tall and all are over 200 pounds.  To feed them is no small feat, and to do it without selling a kidney, well, you know…not easy either. In an attempt to stick to my budget and feed the family, I’ve cut meat out of several meals every week.  Surprisingly, we enjoyed some really delicious, simple meat-free meals {Read More}

Sawhorse Desk

sawhorse desk

I’m a start to finish kinda gal.  I like to start a project and then work on it until it is finished. However, that doesn’t always happen and this project was one of those times.  Last Fall, one of my boys bought his own computer and was in need of a desk for it.  So I got the idea to create a sawhorse desk. My Better Half threw together these “sawhorses” using some old bed slats that we had in {Read More}

Welcome To Think Tank Thursday 10/15

Crock Pot Apple Butter

Thanks for joining us!  I’ve been busy around here this week processing 60 pounds of apples.  Crock Pot Apple Butter, Crock Pot Apple Sauce, and freezing apples for apple crisp and pies has been at the top of my to-do list. If you’re new here, my Sister and I work together at the Think Tank, so anything you link up here will show up over at Joyful Homemaking as well. Once again, we are both featuring some of your creativity, so here are {Read More}

Help For Fitted Sheets That Don’t Fit

Fitted Sheet Fix

Bedtime is my favorite. With the super crazy days, there is nothing like climbing into bed with My Better Half for a good night’s sleep. But most nights, just before we climb into bed there is a whole lot of tugging, pulling, and sheet adjustment going on. We have a pretty thick mattress and none of our sheets seem to fit it properly. Sometime during the night, the sheet starts to pull loose and will often pop right off the {Read More}

The Best Pumpkin Bread

The Best Pumpkin Bread 1

‘Tis the season for all those yummy fall recipes…YAY!  Last year, I shared with you my delicious Cinnamon Swirl Pumpkin Bread which has become a big hit in my house, but this year I’ve got a new recipe for a pumpkin bread that is so moist and delicious that I am deeming it The Best Pumpkin Bread. I am a lover of sour cream and add it to just about everything Mexican that I eat, but now I’m finding it {Read More}

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