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I love a good thunderstorm, don’t you? Not one that does a lot of damage and hurts people of course but one that gives some good thunder boomers and rain is simply a joy for this Kansas girl’s heart.
That said, growing up in Kansas and then living in Oklahoma and now Arkansas I’ve seen my fair share of really dangerous weather and know how vital it is to be prepared. I think that living in our country’s heartland has also shown me how important God’s creation is and I think it’s important to protect that. How cool is it that we now have ways to be prepared but also be a little bit more environmentally conscious at the same time?
Being prepared for storms isn’t just a mental state of mind. It’s about having the plans and supplies you might need in place so you don’t have to worry as much when the storm clouds start rolling in.
I’m the first to admit that the schedule in the Smith household is a little “nontraditional.” With John working second shift (and lots of overtime lately) and me working from home and able to match my schedule to his, we often don’t find ourselves going to bed until 3 or 4 a.m. and getting up mid-morning. With us both working long hours, add to it the slightly oddness of those hours, and it can be easy to get worn down. I’ve learned to take better care of myself and try to take a break before I get too overworked. I recently got the opportunity through #CollectiveBias and #Walmart to talk about ways that I replenish in the afternoons and keep up #MyGoodLife in part using Nestle Pure Life water and Stouffer’s new Mac Cups.
It’s no secret that about four years ago, I was laid off from my job and that makes finances tight under any circumstances. But we both came into the marriage with high medical bills that we were paying off and we both have incurred more in the nearly six years we’ve been married. We’ve been blessed, however, to be able to continue making payments on those bills because we found ways to save money where we could. With new technology like the ability to “clip” paperless coupons from Walgreens, saving money is even more achievable.
Here’s the top ways we’ve been able to save money to get out of debt from medical bills. I share this because I know that with rising medical costs, more and more people are going to find themselves in this situation.Read More
Are you much of a couponer? I’m trying to learn more about it without spending tons of time scouring newspapers for coupons that in the end, don’t add up to compensate me for the amount of time I spent searching for them then cutting out the coupons. Let’s just say I’m loving the idea of online coupons, including manufacturers coupons.
Well guess what? Kraft and Walmart are teaming up to provide #PackedWithSavings and they’ve asked me, through #CollectiveBias, to share it with you. Seriously, check these out. More than $16 in savings and the coupons are all in one place!
I am always looking for new and fun activities to enjoy during the summer, but costs can start to add up quickly! Saving money whenever and wherever I can is important, especially during the summer months. Kraft Foods wants to help you save money without sacrificing on great taste and quality by offering multiple high value coupons worth $16.25. If you can cut back your grocery bill, that opens up the possibility for fun activities with your family and friends all summer long! Be sure to download these coupons now to begin saving! You can find all of these great deals on http://cbi.as/copy
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