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Which Book Will You Choose? Dr. Seuss Day and Reading Week

The birthday of author, Theodore Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss) is on March 2. During the 1990s, the National Education Association advocated for a day to celebrate reading all over the United States. Read Across America is celebrated on the same day as Dr. Seuss’ birthday.   One way, two ways, red ways, blue ways to celebrate Dr. Seuss Day:   You can find printables and other activities on the Seussville site. Mom Endeavors offers a huge list of ideas to celebrate Dr. Seuss Day with your family! Although Dr. Seuss’s…

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7 Budget Wise Things Kids Can Do Over the Holidays

The kids are out of school for the holidays. How do you keep them busy, without breaking the budget? Here are some ways to make the vacation special: Make Ooblek Ooblek is a cornstarch and water mixture. It is “non-newtonian,” meaning the stuff acts like a fluid when it is poured, but is acts like a solid when touched. Weird, huh? But kids love the stuff. It can be picked up, but then it oozes from their hands. It is easily washed off, a big plus for parents. Why the…

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Frugal Ways to Wrap Gifts

I don’t enjoy wrapping gifts. My corners are rarely crisp and clean, the tape and ribbons have minds of their own, and there is always a hunt for the right sized box. But I really detest the results of that wrapping event. The paper, ribbons, bags, and boxes end up in a tangled mess in the garbage can. Here are a few ways to make that gift-wrapping budget-friendly – and maybe more fun: Recycle and Upcycle Well of course you are collecting that gift wrap, patiently smoothing out its creases…

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You can have fun this fall without spending a dime – hunt for leaf goblins!

Woooooo – Fall is Here! This morning I went hunting for goblins. It is a tradition for my sons and I. We look for elusive little faces in the fallen leaves, search for eyes and profiles and comical looks among the scattered bits of color. Yes, those perfect, colorful leaves of red, yellow, and orange are the dreams of some. But most often we bag the best goblins among the crisp brown leaves that few acknowledge. For subscribers who may not receive the post pictures in the mailing, click on to…

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Important things to remember on your way to financial freedom.

I have one TV program addiction. It doesn’t have anything to do with housewives or forensic detectives, or otherworldly beings. Not that there is anything wrong with enjoying and being dedicated to watching those programs.  I’m just not much of a TV watcher – I pulled the plug on cable a long time ago. Except for CBS Sunday Morning. The news magazine show debuted in 1979, and I am pretty sure I watched the very first one. Yes, I am that old. Charles Kurault hosted the show, starting the first…

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