No one can deny that it’s a stressful world we live in. There are a million reasons to worry and that daily pressure can affect our health, relationships, and quality of life. On top of all our responsibilities, we are so busy that we have less and less time to fight stress as we should (you know, through exercise and a healthy diet). Nearly ten years ago,
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Prime Day is here! And already the deals are looking more exciting than they did last year. Some things to know about shopping this year’s Prime Day: First, in case it isn’t obvious, these deals are only for Prime members. If you don’t have a Prime membership, you can sign up for a free 30 day trial here. You can cancel at any time so
Some of the best Prime Day deals this year are, not surprisingly, on Amazon Devices, such as Kindles, Echo, Fire TV, and more. Here’s a list of those deals, but hurry! These will sell out soon. Amazon Echo, $50 off Amazon Tap, $30 off Kindle Paperwhite, $30 off Kindle E-reader, 6″, $30 off Kindle Voyage, $60 off Fire TV Stick, $15 Off Fire TV, $30
Amazon is holding its second annual Prime Day exclusively for Prime members this July 12. As a countdown until then, you can score some special Prime Deals of the Day. Don’t have a Prime account? Sign up for a free 30 day trial here. Today’s Prime Deals are: Save on Bissell’s Bestselling Machines Save up to 50% on performance nutrition products Lumo Lift Posture Coach and
Fourth of July weekend is in sight! Perhaps it’s already started for you. But before you fire up the grill, I thought we could all use a little reminder that the Fourth of July is more than just hot dogs and fire works. These 20 inspiring quotes are sure to put you in a patriotic – and celebratory – mood. A happy (and safe) Fourth of July to everyone! “Where
I woke up on this beautiful Saturday morning, blogged for a while, did a little housework and then ran out for a quick thrift store run. Four stops later, I came home with four bags of loot. After years on the thrifting trail, I’ve learned some tips and tricks to help you make thrifting work for you. Here are my top FIVE treasures to never pass
When my daughter first started playing soccer, I noticed other parents hauling coolers and chairs and tents across the field, and I thought how silly it was to encumber themselves with so much stuff for a one hour game. I’ll never do that, I smugly told myself. But I quickly learned that standing under direct sunlight at the hottest time of the day for an hour does
I have always had a secret wish to be some kind of organizational genius. I remember when I first got a school planner in high school. I carefully recorded everything in it diligently….for the first week or so. Then I went right back to flying by the seat of my pants and hoping everything got done in the end. And so it has been ever
Jennifer Lawrence recently played Joy Mangano in the movie ‘Joy.” You may know some of Joy’s inventions like the Miracle Mop and Huggable Hangers. Her story is inspiring because she was a divorced mother raising three children while working a variety of jobs when she came up with the idea for a better mop, simply to make her own life easier. Now she has a estimated net
Signing your kid up for a sports team will mean signing more than a few checks or credit card receipts, but it’s an investment that’s worth making. Of course the chances of your kid getting a college scholarship to play at a university is small, and the idea of them making a career of it is even slimmer. But the upside of sports and the
Are you drowning in student loan debt? In 2015, student loan debt in the United States reached a staggering $1.3 trillion. Nearly 71 percent of students who graduated in 2015 carried student loans, at an average of over $35,000 per borrower. For students graduating with professional degrees that number can be substantially higher. You May Be Able to Pay Less.
I have had cats nearly all my life and I never considered getting pet insurance for any of them. Maybe it’s because our cats rarely needed medical care, but pet insurance just seemed like overkill. You get your pets their vaccinations and flea meds, and then you sorrowfully say goodbye when they get old, right?
As you know from my 21 Reuses for Freezer Bags and 21 Uses for Coffee Grounds (apparently I love the number 21) posts, I don’t like to waste things. I take pride every week in how small the garbage sack is at the bottom of my driveway. It means I am reusing, reducing and recycling! That being said, every time I stared at that