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Thirty-something, work at home proud mother of two kids, full time marketer, part time writer and lots of jobs in between. I'm married to my best friend and high school sweetheart, love to cook, read, and help companies market themselves. I love to hear from my readers so leave a comment to join the conversation! Tina Becci

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Redecorating on the Cheap

Redecorating on the Cheap

| January 5, 2017 | 47 Comments

Now that December has passed, you might be feeling a little bit of that post-holiday letdown. If it’s cold and snowy where you live, you might also be feeling a little stir-crazy! Since most of us don’t have much money to spend on extras just a few days into the new year, it’s easy for […]

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Surviving The Holidays With Your Kids

Surviving The Holidays With Your Kids

| December 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

The holidays can be a little crazy, especially with children. With all the party planning, gift buying and meal prepping, many parents find that it’s the most stressful time of year. There are some ways that you can remain level headed throughout the holiday season.
Let Your Kids Help Out
Even though it may seem easier […]

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Black Friday or Cyber Monday What’s the Difference

Black Friday or Cyber Monday What’s the Difference

| November 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Black Friday vs Cyber Monday
Every year, the buzz gets bigger and bigger on the two major shopping days of the Holiday season. For a veteran shopper, Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are old news. There is a definite difference on what days can save you the most money on certain items. Here are the […]

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Redecorate Your Bedroom on a Budget

Redecorate Your Bedroom on a Budget

| February 2, 2016 | 47 Comments

January is known for “white sales,” which is when things like bed linens and towels go on sale. The name comes from a time when bedsheets were available only in white, and has stuck over the years. Because it falls in the middle of the coldest, darkest time of year, annual white sales can be […]

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Climbing Out of a Food Rut

Climbing Out of a Food Rut

| January 5, 2016 | 40 Comments

Do you ever feel like you’re making the same foods over and over again? This was recently a topic of conversation one evening when I was out with friends. It can be difficult to think of different things to cook, particularly this time of year when everyone is busy. Since eating the same foods or […]

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Five Tips for Losing Belly Fat

Five Tips for Losing Belly Fat

| December 3, 2015 | 4 Comments

Whether you have 10 or 50 pounds to lose, we can all agree that losing belly fat is the most difficult. Dr. Oz premiered his new season with a show dedicated on how to lose inches on your waist line.
Tip #1. Eat in reverse – not this does not mean to eat facing away from […]

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How to be Thankful and Grateful Everyday

How to be Thankful and Grateful Everyday

| November 19, 2015 | 1 Comment

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect and be thankful for the people in your list. This brings up a question, What Is the Difference Between Thankful and Grateful? Feeling grateful or expressing gratefulness means to express appreciation for benefits or blessings received, such as a meal or a favor. Being thankful means to be […]

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Top 10 Fall Family Activities

Top 10 Fall Family Activities

| October 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Fall is finally upon us, which means that there’s a lot to do with your kids. It’s a great time to enjoy the cooler weather and to spend lots of time outdoors. Here is our top ten lest of fall activities that you should do with your kids.
Go camping. Camping in the fall is absolutely […]

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5 Stories You Should Read Aloud With Your Kids

5 Stories You Should Read Aloud With Your Kids

| July 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

When you think about traits that you want your kids to develop, being intelligent is probably one of them. Basically every parents wants a smart child. Sure, good schools and extracurricular activities might help with that, but something that seems very basic might be the root of it all: reading to your kids. Starting a […]

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Chores: How to Make Them Get Done

Chores: How to Make Them Get Done

| July 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Do you remember when your children were two or three years old, and all they wanted to do was help you with the housework? Whether you were mopping the floor, cooking dinner, scrubbing the toilet or folding laundry, you had a little one wanting to be a helper. You might have accepted the help or […]

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