Natural Goodness for Your Tween’s Bathroom Sink

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Natural Goodness for Your Tween's Bathroom Sink #ad #NaturalGoodness #cbias

I love spring and the promise and changes that it brings. The promise of melting snow. The promise of tulips and daffodils. A promise of baby animals and birds. A promise of lush green grass and trees. And even the promise of mud. Lots and lots of mud. Out here in Eastern Iowa, spring really doesn’t really start until April.

Natural Goodness for Your Tween's Bathroom Sink #NaturalGoodness #ad #cbias chicks
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Gift a Daisy – Great Gift for Tweens #ItsADaisy #CollectiveBias

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Gift a Daisy! And a Bass Pro Shop Giveaway #ItsADaisy #CollectiveBias giveaway

Gift a Daisy! And a Bass Pro Shop Giveaway #ItsADaisy #CollectiveBias

If you’re looking for cool Christmas gifts for boys and girls (ages 10+), I’ve got an idea for you! My kids been begging for a BB Gun for a long time and we promised them, that when they were old enough and more responsible, we’d get them one.
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Save Money with Paperless Coupons to Afford the Things You Love #shop

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Save Money with #WalgreensPaperless to Afford the Things You Love #shop

I’ve been using Walgreen’s Mobile App for a while – I can check out their weekly ads and order prints of my pictures, all right from my phone. Recently, though, Walgreens added a new feature to their Mobile App – Paperless Coupons! I originally started blogging a long time ago after learning how to save money couponing from blogging queens like MoneySavingMom and Hip2Save, so it’s safe to say coupons are near and dear to my heart.

When my husband first left active duty Air Force life back in 2006 and we became self-employed, I had to get very creative to keep us out of debt because our income essentially vanished. My monthly budget for feeding and cleaning my family was around $250! For the entire month, if you can believe it.  But I did it. AND – I fed my family pretty well, honestly, by cooking from scratch and gardening. Coupons and stores like Walgreens (where I got a lot of free toothbrushes and razors) helped me a lot.
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