Dress to Please Planet Earth

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There are so many ways to help the environment – including being aware of our attire! I (Litsa) loved this little Glamour tidbit: Three Ways to Dress to Help the Planet—-and since it was still swimming in the sea of […]

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Celebrate Parenthood with March of Dimes | #imbornto

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For more than 75 years the March of Dimes has been an advocate for healthy pregnancies and babies. The March of Dimes is a non-profit organization that works to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, […]

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4 Reasons Consumers Overspend

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Staying on budget is a constant struggle for many of us. There are simple steps that can be taken to save money though. The first step is to recognize the reasons for overspending. Make small changes to save big on […]

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Power of Social Media for Reaching Companies

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Social media is a huge part of most of our lives. From facebook to twitter to instragram and pinterest, our social lives our out there. Not only do we have accounts, but many companies and businesses are participating in the […]

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Car Trouble: Roadside Assistance Reminder

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Last week I unexpectedly had car trouble. I pulled into a parking spot and the ignition was stuck in the accessory mode. That meant the car wouldn’t shut completely off and I couldn’t restart it. I was baffled! I tried […]

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Free National Park Entrance for 4th Graders

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In the Fall of 2015, all fourth grade students nationwide will be able to access National Parks for free. This is part of the Every Kid in a Park initiative. What this means is that 4th grade students and their […]

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Thrifty Finds: Always vs Never

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The last three times that my daughter and I (Litsa) had visited the local thrift stores, I came home feeling defeated. No fun finds! Yet, she always came home with a little toy that filled the playroom (floor)! Or so […]

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The Freezer: Meal Planning

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Meal planning is vital for our family that eats at home every day on most weeks. It saves us time and money. We are forced to use what’s in our pantry. Some items in our pantry can help us be […]

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