All Posts in the ‘Budget’ Category

6 Reasons To Use Reusable Shopping Bags

February 15th, 2013 | By in Budget, Uncategorized
reusable bag

Reusable shopping bags replace over 6 plastic bags every shopping trip.  Single use bags, whether if you use paper or plastic are a waste of natural resources and contribute to the overload of landfill disposal.  Approximately one million birds and 100,000 turtles and other sea animals die each year due to starvation after ingesting a […]

Homemade DIY Condiments

February 14th, 2013 | By in Appetizers, Budget, Cooking, Grilling, Recipes
DIY Ketchup

The latest and greatest on the webs right now for DIY Healthy living is DIY Condiment creations!  We will be explaining how they make a homemade ketchup minus all the extra sugar and chemical processes that may be a part of many store bought recipes.  This delicious homemade version takes 3 minutes to put together and […]

Healthy Foods: A-Z!

February 12th, 2013 | By in Budget, Cooking, For Kids, Fruits, Gardening, Indoor Plants, Start A Garden, Uncategorized, Vegetables
Healthy Heart

Some of the healthiest foods are often times equally difficult when it comes to our kids eating them. It isn’t often that you hear a ten year old asking for broccoli or a five year old asking for a bowl of peas. As a matter of fact, do you remember sitting at the dinner table and secretly feeding your […]

Homemade Pickles Recipe: Under An Hour!

February 12th, 2013 | By in Appetizers, Budget, Cooking, Gardening, Recipes, Vegetables
Homemade Pickle Recipe

Providing the kids and their friends with cold cuts and quick meals is usually the afternoon routine. Instead of giving the kids potato chips, try these easy to make homemade pickles as a side with a cold cut sandwich. When we think about homemade pickles, the process sounds difficult. It usually takes alot of hard work and skill to […]