Chemical Free Gardening

Without even thinking about it, we are pouring thousands of chemicals and wasting millions of gallons of water needlessly. How? Gardening! But you can make a difference just by changing your gardening practices. Take the lead from large agricultural producers and apply these tricks to help your own garden and the planet! Pick appropriate plants. […]

May, 04

30 of the Best Free Valentine’s Day Card Printables

We are a month away from Valentine’s Day and that month is going to fly by. It’s going to sneak up on you and before you know it you are going to need Valentines to send in with your child for their class party. Store bought Valentines can be expensive and, if you forget to buy […]

Jan, 20

Buy the Bundle, Get the eBook FREE!

Rewind back to January of 2014 — you likely made plans back then for yourself. You perhaps even took up some new year’s resolutions. You likely vowed to improve and transform yourself… to be in better health, to be in better shape, to live a longer life. Fast-forward back to the present and tell me […]

Dec, 29

Register for a Free List + Video Tour

Getting started with is simple.  You get to try out our mobile lists before you ever give out any payment information.  Here’s how to get started. Click the green Get Started button in the right menu. Enter your information to register for a free account. Cozy up in your account and add a profile […]

Feb, 25

list of free things you can get on your birthday

Who doesn’t love to get something FREE? I recently found a list of different establishments that give the birthday honoree something free. Most places require that you register first, but a few minutes of your time could lead to a pretty cool gift. Take a moment to add your birthday to their list and then […]

Aug, 20

list of waste-free gift ideas for valentine’s day

Ah, Valentine’s Day, with its myriad of cards and cut flowers and individually wrapped chocolates.  Okay, maybe this is not the most romantic or love-ly way to consider Valentine’s Day, but if the idea of another clutter and waste-producing holiday has you wishing you could just skip it all, then maybe it is time to […]

Feb, 07

list of foods you can freeze for longer storage

Have you ever spent days and many hours planning everything you need to prepare for your vacation, and then open the refrigerator the morning you are to leave and “remember” that you forgot to empty it of perishables? Instead of throwing perishable items away or coming home to a fridge full of science experiments, here […]

Jul, 13

list of free local activities and things to do with your family

* This post has been contributed by Annie Young. Do you and your family have any plans this weekend? Want to get out of the house and do something different, but don’t want to break the bank doing it? There are tons of things a family can do locally that are fun and free (three […]

Feb, 24

list of tv-free alternatives for kids and families

Here in Maine, this is Spring Break. Never is the television more on my mind than when my children are home from school and our routines are suddenly wide open and scrambled all at the same time. Monday, I received a great reinforcement of many of my feelings about the TV from Simple Mom; however, […]

Apr, 21

list of candy-free easter basket themes

Most of you probably have dozens, if not dozens and dozens, of those plastic eggs from years past. They can be filled with items other than candy. I am trying to have a candy-free Easter this year. I will probably end up tossing a few jelly beans in their baskets for good measure, but my […]

Apr, 01

list of ways you can have free fun at your local library

Guest Blogger – Christina Poulsen As a stay-at-home mom on a budget, one of my favorite places to go with my daughter during the week is my local library. As I have mentioned before, I live in the country, and I need to drive a good 20-30 minutes to get to the nearest store. The […]

Oct, 01

list of things to do with one free hour

What’s a free hour, right? I never thought it would happen to me, but now that my kids are getting a little older, I find myself with an occasional free hour. So with this list, I will be able to keep from squandering that precious time. Read a magazine. Get a pedicure. Browse slowly through […]

May, 04

First Day of School Traditions

Summer has really flown by! It seems like we just celebrated the last day of school. While I know the kids and I are craving the routine that school brings, we are a little sad to see summer come to an end. But I am busy planning our first day of school. We have some […]

Aug, 23

Getting Organized for Back to School

While most parents may be looking forward to their kids heading back to school, what we are dreading the most is all the paper and things that will start coming home. In the weeks leading up to the first day of school, you may want to take the extra time and get things organized! From […]

Aug, 22

Back to School Morning Routine Hacks

One of the things that I enjoy the most about summer is the lazy morning. But in a few weeks that will all come to an end. Soon the morning rush will return where we are trying to find backpacks and matching socks. Who has time to deal with that, and even more, who wants […]

Aug, 09

Summer Organizing Tips

Between higher gas prices, wedding presents, graduation parties, 4th of July picnics, summer activities, and vacations, who has the time or money to organize? It may seem like a bad time to get it all done. But it can be done! Organizing doesn’t have to take forever or cost you a lot of money. Don’t believe […]

Jun, 29

5 Tips for Easy Air Travel

There’s no denying that it has become more and more difficult to fly without running into snags or problems with the airport or the airlines. Enduring the line at the security check point in some airports is enough to put some passengers in a bad mood. However, despite all of the inconveniences that come with […]

Jun, 22

Fun Family Destinations to Visit This Summer

When you hear the words “family” and “destination” together, what places come to mind? Often we think of the most popular or heavily advertised places, like the beach or an amusement park. And while these can certainly be fun, they can get be crowded and expensive. So where does a family go when they are looking […]

Jun, 15

8 Family Activities You Can Do This Summer

School is over and summer break has started! It’s time for families to spend quality time together. Even if your family can’t take an extended trip together, there are still many activities you can enjoy. Discuss these ideas when you start making plans for your summer break. 8 Family Activities You Can Do This Summer […]

Jun, 14

Going Once. . .UHB Flash Sale!

A few weeks ago, you may remember when I told you about an amazing collection of resources for anyone whose responsibilities include preparing meals, cleaning up messes, maintaining a home, balancing a budget, &/or planning for holidays and special occasions. Well, guess what. . .It’s back for a 2-day flash sale!   You have just […]

Jun, 01

Last Day of School Traditions

In just a few short days or weeks, the final bell will ring on the school year! As much as the kids are counting down the days, so am I. I am starting to prepare for the end of the school and planning our summer fun. And the best way to kick that off is with […]

May, 23

The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is Back for just 6 Days!

Does adulting ever feel a little too hard? There’s no question that you love your family like crazy and you’d do anything for them, but we all know it can be an exhausting job. If you’re anything like me, I bet you wish your home felt more put together and peaceful, you kept up with housework […]

Apr, 27

Once A Month Cooking

If you are like most moms around the world, there never seems to be enough time or energy at the end of most days to prepare the nice home cooked meal you would love to have ready made for your family. Unfortunately, cooking a good family meal requires both time and energy. To avoid this, […]

Apr, 25

Conquer the Household Mail and Paper Clutter

Households are bombarded with paper on a daily basis. Bills, statements, pay stubs, calendars, schedules, menus and permission slips seem innocent enough individually, but when joined with the other piles of unattended paperwork, they can form an army that overwhelms even the best defenses. But you shouldn’t feel defenseless against this persistent warrior. With an […]

Apr, 12

Smart Grocery Shopping Strategies

Grocery shopping is a chore most of us dread. It can be especially frustrating once you get home and realize you forgot to get an item or you neglected to give the clerk your coupon for that great buy one get one for free deal. You organize every other aspect of your life, so focus […]

Apr, 11


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