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5 Tips for a Stress-Free Morning Routine Before School & Work

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Morning routines can often be hectic when you’ve got school-age children. Depending on your work arrangements and overall household’s schedule, the logistics of the morning can be quite stressful when you factor in all that has to be accomplished in such a short period of time. You may have to get yourself dressed and ready […]

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Back to School & College Savings from Walmart

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With my daughter heading back to school in just over two weeks and Florida having its sales tax holiday this coming weekend, you can guess that we’ll be doing the bulk of our back to school shopping this weekend! From back to school clothes to back to school supplies, we’ll be taking advantage of local sales to be […]

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How Does Walmart’s Savings Catcher Work? New Ways to Save Money, Just In Time for Back To School!

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You might know that I’m a fan of Walmart’s ad match program – particularly here in Florida where I’m lucky to be able to take advantage of Walmart’s BOGO ad match as well! But, a new way to save money at Walmart is coming real soon and through my participation in the Walmart Moms program, […]

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Walmart Foundation Helps Children In Need Gain Access to Meals This Summer & Encourages Families to Eat Healthy Together!

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It’s always amazingly heartbreaking to hear how many kids are dependent on school meals for their daily nutrition and to realize that for some children, their school lunch (and breakfast if they eat it at school too) may be the only full meal they eat each weekday. Of course, this means that during the summer, […]

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Prejudice Isn’t Always So Black and White: Sometimes It’s Hard To Know What To Call It

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Prejudice, racism, bigotry – these words are often used interchangeably to describe statements, actions, situations, and people. But, I believe that not all thoughts of prejudice necessarily mean a person is racist. A prejudicial thought may at times be brought on by racism, yes, but just because a person says or does something that is […]

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