Easy Egg Salad

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of the happy egg co. for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Yesterday was an absolutely gorgeous day here with temperatures in the 60’s.  The sun was shining and a warm breeze was blowing.  It was a picture perfect day to be outside.  My son had a wrestling tournament in the morning but then My Better Half and I headed to the park for a nice walk around the lake. {Read More}

Welcome To Think Tank Thursday 2/16

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Thanks for joining us this week! Monday, My Better Half and I celebrated 24 years of marriage.  I’m SO very thankful for that man.  He’s a keeper for sure.  One of the most viewed posts on my blog is Ten Ways I Love on My Husband.  I revisited that post this week, so if you’re looking for some new ways to love on your man or need a refresher, check it out HERE. Anyway, if you’re new here, my sister (from Joyful {Read More}

Homemade Hot Pockets – A Money Saving Tip

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If you’re new around, I have three teenage boys.  They are not little boys either.  At approximately 6 feet, two inches, 220 pounds, they can put away the food.  I work very diligently to keep my grocery bill as low as it can be.  Several years ago, I shared a post about Saving On Your Grocery Bill, I still use this tip to save, but my efforts to save require more.  Sometimes however, my boys buy those convenience foods, you {Read More}

Sweet Potato Casserole with Crunch Topping

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Tomorrow is our Senior Citizen Luncheon at church.  The younger ladies and kids in the church prepare a turkey dinner with all the fixings and come together to serve the Thanksgiving lunch to older people in our church and the friends they bring.  This is one of my favorite activities of the year! The people we serve are thankful and appreciate this gesture of love so much, but we who are serving are blessed so much more by their response. {Read More}

Quick Fix for Water Stains on Wood

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Wednesday is my super busy day of the week.  I get the three oldest off to school and then My Princess and I head to Jazzercise.  I come home, shower and then meet with a friend to pray for our kiddos.  Grocery shopping, piano lessons, cooking dinner, and then small group makes the day pretty crazy.  All of these things limit my time to clean or even maintain my house.  So last Wednesday, as I was quickly straightening the books on the {Read More}

Breakfast for a Crowd – Yogurt Bar

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The first Sunday of every month our church has a little gathering after the worship service…we call it coffee fellowship.  It’s an opportunity for the church family and guests to get together and visit, catch up, and love on it each other.  Food is a big part of these coffee fellowships and each month I oversee the food part of these get-togethers.  Thankfully that doesn’t mean I provide the food each month…that would be WAY too much for one person. {Read More}

PB & J Stuffed French Toast

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone.  #BackToSchoolSimple #CollectiveBias In less than three weeks, the Saving4Six household will experience something we have never experienced before…  a student in high school!!!  You may be asking, wait a minute… you have a 19 year old and an 18 year old, how are you just NOW experiencing high school?  Well,  my 16 year old son has decided that instead of being homeschooled for his {Read More}

Western BBQ Burger

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser.  All opinions are mine alone.  #SummerOfGrilling #CollectiveBias   We live in the snow belt of North Eastern Ohio.  Our winters are bad…and by bad, I mean they start in October and end in, well, it snowed on May 15th this year.  We typically see well over 100 inches of snow between those months and the cold, blowy brutality is…well…brutal.  We as a family love to ski and so {Read More}

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