This post is sponsored by CVS. Thoughts and opinions are my own.
Welcome to cold and flu season! This is the time of year when moms’ shirts double as tissues. Disgusting but we do what we gotta do right? We do our best to keep our kids protected but being around other kids with runny noses and coughs all day, a cold is bound to make its way into your home. Harper has already been under the weather once this season. Luckily no one else in the house caught the bug (knocks on wood). I’m excited to partner with CVS and their new exclusive brand, Live Better and share my tips to help you through cold and flu season.
Welcome back to Part 2 of our 10 Year Anniversary chat. This episode we’re talking about finding balance, why we got married so fast and where can you find a good man. The video is below. We hope you enjoy it.
It’s not even Thanksgiving yet and I already have some major Christmas spirit. For the record, I did do a fall porch (here), I just forgot to share on the blog. I’m excited to decorate get my home ready for Christmas. Previous years, we were the family that would pick up a Christmas tree the weekend before and spend $10 on a real tree. I really want my girls to experience all the joy they possibly can during the holiday season. After rolling up on the Dollar Spot at Target, they had so many cute holiday items I was convinced that I could pull off a holiday table on a budget. My dining room is still a blank canvas but I have a beautiful big table just waiting for some holiday love. With items from Dollar Tree, Dollar Spot (Target) and Hobby Lobby, I put together this beautiful table.
Figuring out what to feed your family every single day, three times a day, plus snacks can be stressful. When I don’t meal plan properly I usually end up at someones drive through and stuffing my face with french fries. As much as I love me some fries, I can’t feed that to my kids every day. It also doesn’t help with my waistline. Since my Walmart video dropped (HERE), I’ve received a lot of questions regarding meal planning and budgets. Keep reading for my meal planning tips that help me save time, money and my sanity.
I just returned home from a family trip that I never imagined I would be taking. If you follow me on Instagram or SnapChat you saw that we went camping. I’m so blessed that my family got to have this experience. Before I get into details of our RV trip, I wanted to share with you how I prepared. I’m from Chicago originally, a big city and I don’t know the first thing about camping. With the help of Pinterest and some major planning, I pulled off this amazing summer trip with Go RVing.