My number one post of 2017!

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Happy New Year!!

Here is the final post in my series “Top Posts of 2017”.  I hope you have enjoyed looking back over some of my old posts and will continue following me into the new year!

I have no idea why today’s post made it to the #1 slot over some of the other posts.  It actually had over 400 more views than my #2 post!

Recap:
10) Easy recipe every busy person should have!

Here’s a recipe that is  cheap, makes a dinner for tonight plus 2 for the freezer, you can make it ahead (night before or during naptime!), kids will eat it, can be easily adapted to suit your tastes, it’s made using only 1 skillet and a cutting board, and it tastes good! Are you in love yet??

9) We paid cash for a weekend vacation.

After months of saving, we paid cash for a weekend vacation.  See how we planned a vacation around exactly what the kids wanted while still on a budget.

8) What to do when you forget to take dinner out of the freezer…

What should you do when you forget to take your dinner out of the freezer? Hint- the answer isn’t order pizza.  Here’s an easy, money saving tip…

7) Are you getting a good deal when you buy from a direct seller?

I am super thrifty with my money and I am also a huge supporter of direct sellers. Can you be thrifty and support these companies at the same time??

6) Traveling with 3 kids- 3 tips you probably haven’t seen!

Tips for traveling with kids- a list of ideas you haven’t seen anywhere else! simple ideas to make long trips a little cheaper and happier.

5) I can’t afford to be a full-time teacher…

I can’t afford to be a full-time teacher.  That sounds crazy, I know, but here’s why I can’t afford to work full-time (or even part-time!)

4) Are you ready if you have to evacuate?

This afternoon I had the rare opportunity to live out the question “If you had 5 minutes to evacuate your home, what would you take?”.

3) Why I’m putting my son in daycare…

I love being a stay-at-home mom.  Quitting my full-time teaching job a little over 2 years ago has been the best decision for my family.  My 2 older kids will both be in school this year, so why am I putting my youngest in day-care 2 days a week???

2) Is Norwex worth the money??

I’ve been interested in Norwex products for a while but wondered: Is Norwex worth the money? I decided to try them and decide for myself!

#1 Post of 2017:



 Taco Pie Recipe

This is a cheap, kid-friendly, easy to make, mostly healthy recipe! It is also easily adaptable to fit your family’s tastes!

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