Monthly Archives: February 2013

I was a really good mom before I had kids

I just finished “I was a really good mom before I had kids – reinventing modern motherhood” By: Trisha Ashworth and Amy Nobile. This was my seventh book of the year. It is funny but there are some things in here … Continue reading

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Pygg banks

In the middle ages, people in Western Europe used an orange clay called pygg to make jars and pots. People saved their money in pygg jars. In the eighteenth century they became known as pig jars and potters started fashioning … Continue reading

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101 Things Jesus Has Done for You

My Sixth book of the year was “101 Things Jesus has Done for You.” It does not have an author listed but it was published by Thomas Nelson. It was a very inspirational book. It gave me things to ponder … Continue reading

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We’re buying a House!

With a little budgeting and belt-tightening we realized that we could afford a house payment. As many of you know that was a huge goal for this year. We are finally ready to settle down for a while. We need more room … Continue reading

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What do you spend your money on?

A big challenge for most of our wallets is figuring out where the money actually goes. Everyone of us can ramble off a list of the basic bills we pay. It’s the little things that run our bank accounts dry … Continue reading

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