Flexible Homemade Ice Packs

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Hello hello!

Well, posting is getting few and far between as my time grows near. Can you believe my little one #3 will be here in less than 4 weeks! Amazing. Plus my computer is at the shop so I have to use my husband’s which is not the idea setup… so that leaves little room for long rambling blog posts like my norm.

Having said that, check out this guest post I did! I’ve done a few guest posts at DIYNatural and I just adore Matt and Betsy there. They are really great people and committed to living a more healthy and natural lifestyle. If you aren’t following them on facebook or twitter, you should! Anyway, here’s my post!

How to Make An Ice Pack

Cheers, and have a great day everyone!

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The True Economics of Couponing, Part 2 – What Do Those Coupons Cost?

This will be pretty short and to the point today 🙂 I have tons to get done so not much time, plus I’m feeling a bit overwhelmed with a lot of things, I think I may post on it later. In any case, I’ve really been thinking a lot about this. A previous commenter on my last post had mentioned how she’d cut out coupons only to watch them expire. I would do the same thing!

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The True Economics of Couponing, Part 1 – Calculate Your Gas Expenditure!

True Economics of Couponing - Gas Cost Tutorial

True Economics of Couponing - Gas Cost TutorialI gave up on couponing years ago because of all the processed food, but now I am going to revisit it once again with the food prices going up the way they are.  My first step is this – figuring out, and then addressing, the false economics of couponing.  So today I’ll show you how to make a gas map so you can see how much your trips to various stores actually COSTS.

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