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Trader Joe’s = Dinner Planning Made Easy – Part 2

Last November I wrote about several items from Trader Joe’s that have really helped me to speed up and simplify cooking dinner on work nights. Blog readers and friends told me that they found my suggestions helpful, so I decided to write a follow-up post. If you’re new to shopping at Trader Joe’s, I’d suggest leaving the kids at […]

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Just Between Friends Children’s Consignment Sale

Orlando Moms, you don’t want to miss this one! The Just Between Friends Children’s Consignment Sale is happening next week at XL Soccer World!  Expect savings of 50-90% off of retail on top children’s brand names! A HUGE sale filled with new and gently used children’s items:   Children’s clothing * shoes * accessories * […]

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All About ALDI

In the latter part of 2015, I was introduced to ALDI through a couple of my friends who frequent the Oviedo location on a regular basis. They raved about how much cheaper it was and all these great items they buy, even organic! I was intrigued, considering the new ALDI in East Orlando had just opened, so […]

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Off the Beaten (Gift-Giving) Path

What do you give the person who: A.) has everything or B.) wants nothing? Welcome to my world.  My husband, aside from anything that has to do with the Green Bay Packers, is the most un-materialistic person in the galaxy.  He couldn’t care less about new clothes, he only wants new socks if he literally can’t wear […]

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Top 5 Ways to Save at Target

It’s something all us moms do. Whether it’s once a month, once a week or once a day, we all end up at Target eventually. It’s the end-all and be-all of modern parenthood. From baby clothes and diapers to drugstore goods and grocery staples… from household furniture and decor to holiday and school supplies, Target really […]

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Tips for a Credit-Free Christmas

  It’s late September and that can only mean one thing. It won’t be long until you hear the first faint strains of Christmas music at the mall. One moment you are browsing the summer sale racks and the next you find yourself subconsciously singing along to “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.” […]

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Collecting Vacation Memories

Summer traveling is in full swing, which mean vacations or day trips. While on vacation, we tend to purchase that memorable t-shirts that will be outgrown in a few months or silly souvenirs that will end up being donated or trashed.  How about bringing  home  special mementos from your adventures that your family will cherish […]

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The Art of Making a Grocery List

When I grocery shop without a list, two things usually happen – I make too many impulse purchases and I come home without the things that I actually went to the grocery to buy. There’s an art to making a grocery list.  I’ve tried different ways to simplify my list making and have finally settled on one way that works well for […]

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Out and About – Southern Hill Farms

One of our favorite traditions every spring is to go blueberry picking at Southern Hill Farms in Clermont.  We had our first experience there last year and couldn’t wait to go back.  Just a short 25 minute drive from downtown, this sprawling, gorgeous and breezy slice of heaven is the perfect weekend, or weekday (the […]

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Stock your freezer. It will save your sanity. I promise.

It was the beginning of summer, 2014. I just had my third daughter, and I decided to do the unthinkable. I decided to keep all three of my girls home for the summer. No preschool, no daycare. I decided to keep my newborn, almost two-year-old, and my four-year-old home. What was I thinking?!? I was nursing, and […]

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Budget friendly summer camps

Budget-Friendly Summer Camps

This morning Fox 35 interviewed Orlando Moms Blog to find affordable budget-friendly summer camps. FOX 35 News Orlando OMB Contributor Sarah Piguet shares, “I work full time away from home and have two camp-aged kids. Camp is childcare for me over the summer; so we’ve been known to enroll them in more than half a dozen camps in […]

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