Insurance Appeals “I just know you’re going to do a blog post about this!” my friend Lisa told me. Yes, I knew I would. After all, any time I learn something that benefitted my child and could potentially help other children, I want to share the information. Particularly when it comes to navigating a difficult […]
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BB’s Grocery Outlet I am a former extreme couponer. Back in the day, I was one of those crazy ladies who would get tons of stuff for free using coupons. Then, the TV show and social media ruined it. Too many people learned how to do it and companies closed the loopholes in coupon policies. […]
How to Save Money In a previous post, I told you about my friend whose family spends $1000 a month on restaurants and takeout. I’m still using her as my inspiration. Obviously, if they make some changes, they will see huge money savings in a short amount of time. But unless you have significant excess […]
Time to Ditch New Year’s Resolutions New Year’s Resolutions. Pffft. Every year, many Americans set them. Yet, only 8% of us keep them. Crazy, huh? I’m part of the 92%. But then I revisit them, try again. By April or so, I find myself saying, “Oh well, January has come and gone, let’s move on.” […]
Funny Things on TV “Mom, how come you never laugh?” Ouch. How is that for a wake-up call? My 8-year-old actually said that to me. And he was right. I honestly couldn’t remember the last time I laughed. Between the seizures and politics and worrying about Kevin and everything else, it has been forever and […]
Meal Planner I don’t know about you, but summers around here tend to be a free for all. All my organization, scheduling, meal planning, bedtimes…it all pretty much goes out the window. It’s nice for a while. But when school starts and cooler temperatures come, I also look forward to getting back into a routine. […]