Monthly Archives: April 2010

Do a Good Deed Day!

Love Thy Neighbor There are so many cheap, fun, and EASY ideas to build a better relationship with your neighbor(s)!  Brightening someone’s day with a simple gesture can make a world of difference for someone, and it’s SO easy to … Continue reading

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Frugal Friday – Balancing your Checkbook

In this age of digital budgeting and spending, it’s easy to forget this simple, yet extremely important aspect of budgeting:  Balancing your checkbook.  If you’ll take 15 minutes to balance your checking account, you’ll stay on top of your budget … Continue reading

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Thoughtful Thursday

 (photo credit) “Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important than any other. ” Abraham Lincoln “Don’t aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in, and it will … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Save on Healthy Living Go to the above link to read a fantastic article!

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A Proud Day…

The other day Munchkin was hosting a playdate.  The girls decided they were cheerleaders, and were cheering at a basketball game.  After the “game” was over, the gal who was visiting said, “Let’s go home and get our boyfriends!” I … Continue reading

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My thoughts on Compassionate Service

In conjunction with the Service Soapbox Baby Shower, I wanted to share some of my thoughts on compassionate service, and service in general. Just a couple of days ago I shared a story about my daughter serving me.  That story really … Continue reading

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5 Things Challenge 4/11-4/17

 (photo credit) Hip hip hooray for a productive week!!  Here’s how I did on my 5 things: Pull out computer desk and clean under and behind it.- DONE Vacuum all the beds and couches good – DONE Put away Easter … Continue reading

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The Best Act of Service – Pay it Forward!

Today, I want to spend a little time sharing a story of service.  Real, true, meaningful service that changed my life.  Consider this the “Do a Good Deed” post for the week! Before I get into the story, I want … Continue reading


Walk Like You Have Somewhere To Go book review

 I recently had the opportunity to read and review the book, Walk Like You Have Somewhere To Go, by Lucille O’Neal with Allison Samuels. This was a book I was excited to read.  In the book, Lucille, the mother of … Continue reading

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Thoughtful Thursday

(photo credit) “Dreams are illustrations… from the book your soul is writing about you. “ Marsha Norman “Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions. “ Edgar Cayce

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