I am a Target fanatic. Every Friday I go through the Starbucks drive thru and then head to Target with my kids. I wish my local Target had a Starbucks because it would save me a stop.
We enjoy wandering through the aisles of Target looking at different products, but only purchasing a few items. Sometimes I bring coupons and sometimes I find good bargains on the end-cap clearance shelves. I find Target to be clean, well-organized and visually attractive compared to other stores such as Walmart. I also find that the Target staff is friendlier and more helpful.
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I have an exciting weekend planned of church, celebration and family. My husband and I are hosting Easter dinner on Sunday, so we plan to take another shopping trip for that. However, I still wanted to plan some meals for the week and took a quick trip to my local Aldi to purchase some groceries.
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The key to better health is sustainable lifestyle changes. Start small and incorporate one change at a time. Remember, Rome wasn’t built in a day.
I’ve heard stories about people losing weight by simply giving up soda or taking daily walks. Set small goals for yourself and soon you will be feeling more energetic, healthier and even your emotional well-being will improve.
Here are 10 small changes you can make to your lifestyle which can have a big impact.
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A healthy recipe that is easy, kid-friendly and inexpensive to make
Getting your kids to eat healthy food can be a challenge. Buying fresh produce and other quality ingredients on a budget can also be a challenge. I’m not going to lie. My kids love fast food. I have a rule that they are only to allowed to eat it once a week. Some moms buy it more than that and that’s ok. Other moms very seldom let their children eat fast food and that’s ok too.
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You’ve decided you want to start a blog and you’re ready to get started, so what’s next? The first thing you need to decide is if you are starting this as a hobby or if you want to earn an income from it. The blogging business world is exciting, but it’s definitely not for everyone. You have to put in a lot of hard work if you want to turn it into a business.
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If you enjoy writing, blogging can be a great outlet for you. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit, you can turn your blog into a business by monetizing your blog.
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I have heard it over and over again. The early bird catches the worm. Successful entrepreneurs like Oprah, Richard Branson and Bill Gates all get up early and have established morning routines they all swear by. They believe in their morning routines so much that they even attribute it to some of their success.
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Over the years, I have learned that those who are proactive tend to be more successful in their lives and in their careers. Employers look for leaders who are willing to go above and beyond. The trick is to find a balance between being proactive, but not overly aggressive.
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I’m not ashamed to admit that I am a frugal person. When my husband and I first got married I was initially turned off by his frugality, but then I realized it was for the better.
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I wanted a beautiful and glamorous chandelier for my master bedroom. I checked a few stores, but found that they were $200+ and I wasn’t even all that crazy about them. One day I was surfing Craigslist and found a local person selling an old chandelier for $10. I purchased the chandelier and gave it a “glam makeover” (with my hubby’s help of course).
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