Online Coupons & Internet Scams

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You know the old saying “if it’s too good to be true, it probably is”? That same concept applies to online coupons and offers. I see growing trend of “coupons” circulating from big retailers. Target, Kohl’s and Wegman’s are just […]

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Preparing for a Snowstorm

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It looks like Virginia and many other states are in for a whopper of a snowstorm. With forecasts of 2-3 FEET of snow, we are not taking this storm lightly. Although I really hope the forecast is wrong and we […]

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Happy New Year 2016!

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Happy New Year! Wishing you and your family a blessed beginning to a New Year. The New Year brings a fresh start and a time to reflect. For myself and How to Have it All, you will probably notice a […]

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Traditions Matter: Charitable Giving | #HickoryTradition

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Charitable giving is such an important part of the Holiday season. If you’ve been a regular reader on How to Have it All, you’ve probably read several posts on World Vision, Operation Christmas Child, and giving back in general. Not […]

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Holiday Family Traditions | #HickoryTradition

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Family traditions are a big part of our Holiday season. From decorating to family gatherings to traditional foods, we try to make memories each year with traditions. My hope is that one day my boys will pass down some of […]

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The Autumn Advantage

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In West Tennessee, we’ve REALLY had the best of autumn all month long. It was warm, breezy, sunny, rainy, foggy, cool—-but most of all the weather was bearable to enjoy days outside on the lawn, behind the camera lens, in […]

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Save at the Grocery Store: Use the Kitchen’s Inventory

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Throughout November and December many families and friends gather to bake and share favorite dishes. As we venture into this bustling, busy season in our lives, remember to take inventory of what you have in your pantry to help create […]

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Turkey Gratitude Journals

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In October, I (Litsa) had promised a ‘turkey’ craft to a group of first graders—my daughter’s class. In November, I saw my month quickly disappearing with the week’s routine and the day’s daily mundane tasks. My daughter kept ‘ruffling my […]

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