Guest Post: 5 Tips for Buying Energy Efficient Refrigerators

If it is about time to purchase another refrigerator, make sure you read this guest post.  5 Tips for Buying Energy Efficient Refrigerators offers great tips! If you’re looking for ways to lower your electricity bill and do your part to help the environment, you may want to consider investing in an energy efficient fridge. So how exactly do energy efficient refrigerators make a positive impact on you and the world around you? First, they … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Top Tips For Donating To An Animal Charity

If you are an animal lover you cannot fail to be moved by the stories of hardship, abuse and neglect that many animals suffer around the world. The RSPCA works tirelessly to improve the lives of such animals by rescuing them and giving them a second chance at a happy, healthy life. The RSPCA receives no funding from the government, although as a charity it can benefit from the Gift Aid scheme set up to reduce the tax that it has to pay on its … [Read more...]

Guest Post: A Mother On Her Daughter’s Wedding Day

Enjoy the following guest post:  Helping My BFF’s Mother Do Her Thing On Her Daughter’s Wedding Day Most mothers have an eye for the finest things in life, and this is true with my bestfriend’s mom. From the jewels that she wears occasionally down to the shoes on her lovely feet, she always wants to have to trendiest items most of the time. And when the time comes that my BFF about to be wed, her mom would definitely not let this chance pass to … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Start Getting in Shape with These 4 Motivational Tips

As you get older, the need to exercise and get in shape becomes increasingly vital to your health.  As I begin to exit my young adulthood years, I’ve witnessed many of my peers who were once in shape (or at least had the appearance of being in shape), gain weight, fall out of shape, and struggle to walk up a few steps of stairs without losing breath.  The days of relying on our youthful metabolism are over (especially since the majority of us are … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Tips For Converting Nursery to Big Kid’s Room

Enjoy this guest post which was sent in by my UK friend Isabella. This is my 13 year old son, Travis.  His baby room theme was Winnie The Pooh.  How time flies! It's both a sad and happy time when your once-little baby turns into a school-age child.  It's a big step in their life and it's often around now that parents realise their 'baby's' nursery is ready to be updated to big child's room.  This will help your child feel grown up and … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Travel Abroad For Family Holidays In Antalya

I would love to travel abroad, but for now, since the kids are young, my husband and I have never ventured outside of the U.S.  I often get guest posts in about other countries and I love to share these with you.  Today I received a guest post about spending holidays - or vacations in Antalya, enjoy! On Turkey's beautiful Mediterranean coastline, Antalya has become a bit of a hotspot with families who want something a little different from their … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Prep Your Kitchen For Fall

 How well organized is your fridge / freezer? If you’re a mom, you know that with the start of fall come both the good and the bad. Getting the kids back to school and your house back into a routine is good.  Dressing in sweaters, long pants and boots is good.  If you’re a stay at home mom, getting your quiet mornings and early afternoons back to yourself is very good.   But what about having to brace yourself for the next four months of cooking … [Read more...]

Guest Post: 3 Essentials for Moms to Prepare Kids for School

School may be underway already, but it’s not too late to make a weekend trip with your son or daughter to the mall for a few necessities.  Perhaps you weren’t ready for the busy school schedule, there’s still time. Preparing your children to start off the year right is essential to their success and confidence.  When forming friendships, answering questions in class, taking notes, and growing as a student, it’s important to boost their confidence … [Read more...]

Guest Post: 3 Tips for When Mommy Goes Back to School Too

As new backpacks are bought and children return to school, many moms are prompted to consider continuing their own educations.  In recent years, the number of college students over 25 years old has jumped by 23% according to a report by Fox Business.  Many of these new students are moms who are either returning for more education or even enrolling for the first time. When scrolling through a catalog of South University courses, class numbers, … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Don’t Overlook The Importance Of Your Tent When Camping

I received the following guest post in my email today and couldn't help but share it with you.  It brought back such good memories for me.  When my husband and I got married in 1995, we didn't have a huge wedding or money for a honeymoon, but we were happy.  We had a small wrapped box that set on our wedding gift table with a hole cut out of it where people could drop in money for us.  Once the wedding was over and the cake was eaten, we jumped … [Read more...]

Guest Post: 3 Ways To Pamper Yourself

Women love feeling ladylike and feminine, but life's daily grind can sometimes make us forget all about getting in touch with our inner goddess. Taking the time to pamper yourself, indulging in small luxuries and making yourself look like a million dollars for a day can do wonders for bringing back that inner feminine spark in every woman. This post features 3 top "experience day" activities that women can do to get back in touch with their … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Find The Perfect Bed Linen

Go Bold! Guest Post:  How to match the perfect bed linen to your bedroom  When deciding on your perfect bed linen, it is often a better idea to contrast rather than try to directly match patterns and colors. While this can be a little intimidating at times, it is important to be confident with bold decisions. Layer patterns onto your bedding, you can create a much more diverse and interesting bedroom space this way. Mixing and matching a … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Turn Your Free Mommy Days into Money

Enjoy the following guest post about how to turn your free mommy days into money. Living as a stay-at-home mom can be boring at times. Why not make money in your free time to add to your family’s budget? Here are 10 ideas to get you started on your path towards a bigger bank account. 1.  Consider becoming a babysitter or a nanny in your free time. You are already a mom so why not use your talents for profit while taking care of someone … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Top 5 Ways to Help Your Child Get Good Grades

Your kids need to get the best grades they can, not just because they're necessary for a successful academic future, but because earning good grades creates good habits. By getting good grades, children learn to always try their best, to set goals, and to love learning new things. Putting pressure on children is never the way to go, but there are habits and techniques that will help them consistently bring home their best efforts. Create a … [Read more...]

Guest Post: How to Choose the Best Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring is the perfect choice for homeowners and DIYers alike. With a variety of options, costs, and aesthetics, this type of flooring is simple and fun. Use this quick guide to decide where your style will take you. Image via Flickr by Mirage Floors Solid or Engineered? There are two main types of hardwood flooring: solid hardwood and engineered hardwood. Solid hardwood is milled from actual lumber and is 100-percent real … [Read more...]

Guest Post: Staying Financially Responsible and Its Benefits to Your Budget

Unfortunately, not everyone is born into money or wins it big enough to live off of interest for the rest of their life. Most people have to work at building a savings and maintaining it. It takes a lot of time and dedication to get your finances in order and learn to be responsible with your money. So, take a look at these three things that put you on the right path to financial freedom. Create a Budget and Actually Use It The number one … [Read more...]