Times are tough. Many families are looking for ways to save money anywhere they can. This often means looking at the grocery bill. It’s not uncommon for a family to spend $500 to a $1000 dollars on food each month. If you can save money at the grocery store, you can really help balance your […]
A Teachable Moment© August 2012 By: Dr. Susan Bartell Back-to-School Shopping Do you break out in a cold sweat when you think about back-to-school supply shopping? If so, you’re not alone! Until you have had this particular experience with your child , it’s hard to imagine the amount of decision making and the length of […]
As the Christmas season approaches, we start to think about what to give our loved ones and where to get those gifts. Shopping for Christmas gifts can be a lot of fun, but it can also be stressful, especially if you do not have much money to spend. However, there are five items you can […]
Confusing food labeling, poor nutrition and unsafe food are primary targets of the Center for Science in the Public Interest. To bring visibility to the importance of these issues, the nonprofit watchdog group named today Food Day. Here are five frugal shopping tips to help you join in on this effort. 1. Understand Shipment Cycles […]
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This week, we will be having National Cleaning Week at 3 Boys and a Dog. I don’t have giveaways or guests scheduled, just some tasks for you to take me up on or not. 🙂 I am going to e doing them, so you won’t be alone. Today is Sunday, that used to mean a […]