A couple of weeks before mothers day, I had one of the little children ask my mother what her favorite things were. Favorite dessert, favorite show, favorite color, favorite breakfast. Her answer? Cheese Blintzes. So I started looking for a recipe, and settled on this one. But I didn’t have any farmers cheese. And forgot to pick some up. All eight times that I went to the store preceding Mother’s Day. Yeah.
As the days continue to get hotter and hotter, and the kids are growing more bored by the minute, things can get a little pricey. During the summer, your electric bill is a lot more likely to go $100 over your budget. Buying water toys and letting the TV play for hours on end are sure fire ways to spend more money than you’re willing to spend this summer. Coming up with ways to save money this summer might be a little hard if you’re at wits end, so I’ve compiled a list of ten ways YOU can save money this summer while keeping your sanity. You can thank me later.
When it comes to what foods I make at home and what foods I buy from the store, there are just some things I cannot imagine ever buying again, but there’s also certain things that I’m not daring enough to try. And a lot of those things I can’t make because I don’t have the equipment and tools necessary to make them with. But my families health always comes first, so that’s another reason why there are certain items that I wouldn’t dare buy from the store, for fear of preservatives, additives, and food dyes.