A New Way To Make Money Shopping

In an earlier post, I talked about how you can make money shopping online. Using Ebates and MyTopCashBack. Well, now there is the Giving Assistant. It works very similar to Ebates, however I noticed their cash back amounts were higher for a lot of the stores. Also, they do provide coupon codes that you can use on your order. You have to make sure that the coupon codes didn’t expire but if they haven’t, it’s like double the savings. So, {Read More}

Mastering Disney With Kids

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MagicalFamilyFirsts #CollectiveBias   My daughter and I took a vacation to Walt Disney World when she turned two. We flew down and went Walt Disney World for three days. I went to Walt Disney World with my two year old daughter by myself. The key is to know how and what to pack.   First, what do you pack? How do you fit {Read More}

#ad 10 Minute Breakfast and Lunch #boostbacktoschool

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CollectiveBias #Boostbacktoschool #ad Between writing for PBPearls, planning events, raising my daughter, school, PTO meetings and now opening our children’s online resale store, Savvy Outfitters, I have to have quick solutions for breakfast and lunch. How many times have you forgotten to eat breakfast or simply don’t have time? You make breakfast for the kids and rush out the door. Especially with school {Read More}

Groupon Goods

This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine. #Groupon #ad Majority of people hav heard of Groupon, but not everyone is aware of what they actually offer. Groupon offers a wide variety of items. We’d be here all week if I went through every product or category of products they offer. The great thing about these products is that you can usually get the items for a cheaper price on Groupon versus any other retail store. For example, a {Read More}

Savvy Outfitters Launch Party

The average american spends $1,200.00 a year, per child on kids clothing. Typically they say that parents spend 6% of their income on their children’s clothes. This is only the average, parents could spend even more or less. What’s even more crazy is that the average american throws away 65 pounds of clothing each year!   Now, there are plenty of kids resale stores and now parents turn to Facebook to sell their kids’ close. However, sorting through all of those {Read More}