I hope your weekend weather was just as beautiful by you as it was here in northern Wisconsin. Days like these go fast so take advantage of them while they’re here!
Here are 5 tips that I think will help simplify your life and lessen overwhelm:
If you want a clean house, invite people over! That is usually the best motivation I need to get my house clean. And guess what, you don’t have to clean it perfectly! How To Keep Your House Clean In Between Cleanings
To spend less money at the grocery store, don’t bring your kids with you. Kids have a way of getting extra items into the shopping cart. Here’s more where that came from from True Couponing.
Did you know you could be wasting more more money than you realize by poor bill paying habits? How To Save Money By Avoiding These 5 Common Bill Paying Mistakes
If you are craving a certain food from a restaurant search for a copycat recipe online and make it yourself instead of going out to get it. Here is a website with many ideas or you can search separately for the recipe you’re looking for. This will save you tons of money by not eating out!
One of the most important things you can do to be more productive is keep a to do list. How Keeping A To Do List Can Help You Get A Lot More Done In A Day
If you have your own tip that you would like me to share, please email me at anytime and it could be used (*please note there is no guarantee it will be shared*).
Have a great week!
p.s. I need your help! I am putting together a post on items that are beneficial to always have on hand in order to be able to whip up many recipes last minute without having to go to the store. Some of these items could include bread crumbs, chicken broth, and pasta. Can you reply to this email and tell me any items you always make sure to have in your pantry or refrigerator in case you suddenly need it for a recipe? Thank you!
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