Monthly Archive: January 2013

Now Is The Time: Reducing Gun Violence

On the morning of December 14th, 2012, twenty children grabbed their coats and backpacks and headed to school. A normal start for any first or second grader, they probably said good bye to Mom and Dad, hopped on the bus or got dropped off at...

Homemade Chocolate Syrup!

I have chocolate milk girls. They love it and we have bought a substantial amount of chocolate syrup over the years…Nesquick, Hersheys, and store brand. I recently came across an easy looking (only 5 ingredient) recipe for Homemade Chocolate Syrup from 52 Kitchen Adventures and...

Mentoring Minds: A Teacher’s Bullying Prevention Resource

Mentoring Minds: A Teacher’s Bullying Prevention Resource

According to the National Association of School Psychologists it’s estimated that 160,000 children stay home from school every day because they are afraid of being bullied. Sadly, those first bullying incidents begin as early as preschool and continue throughout the school years. Not all bullying...

The Perfect Meatloaf Pan!

The Perfect Meatloaf Pan!

My husband is an “As Seen on Tv” product fanatic. I tend to roll my eyes when he totes the praises of his latest amazing find! But, I have to give him credit on this last one. He brought home the Perfect Meatloaf Pan Set from...

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Paper or Plastic? Neither! I Use Patty Reed Insta-Totes!

Patty Reed Insta-Totes make grocery shopping so much easier! I’m a huge fan of bringing your own reusable bags to the grocery store! Those skimpy, grocery-store plastic or paper bags that inevitably tear, rip, and end up in the trash are nothing but a menace. The...

Happy New Year, 2013!

Happy New Year, 2013!

To all our Saving Common Cents fans; I wish you and yours the most fruitful 2013! Here’s to hoping for health, happiness, and everything you strive to achieve in the year to come.  ***********Happy New Year!***********

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