Family Economics

Getting Organized

Spring Cleaning Is More than Just Cleaning

Over the past few weeks I’ve been knee deep in cleaning out my house − starting from the bottom floor of my house (my garage) all the way to the top (my attic). What sparked this cleaning phase? I got tired of tripping over bicycles and nearly running my sports gear over with my car...

Tips for Organizing Your Bathroom Cupboard

Tips for Organizing Your Bathroom Cupboard

Sometimes the smallest places in your home can become the messiest. You don't mean for it to happen, but things can quickly get out of hand simply from accumulating a lot of items and forgetting to organize them. The cupboard underneath your bathroom sink is one of those places...

Storage Solution Idea: Organizing Play Puzzles

If your children are anything like mine, they have probably accumulated many puzzles over the years. Puzzles are great for learning and playing, but they are awkward to store! Nowadays, there are a lot of puzzles your children can choose from and they all come in a variety of shapes...

6 Dos and Don'ts of Holiday Travel with Family

This year my family and I will be experiencing a first together: holiday travel. Sure, there have been plenty of trips to the Caribbean and Disney World, but never a vacation during a holiday. After a great year of financial wins and blessings, I am thankful to be able to indulge...

Stocking a Healthy Pantry

Having a well-stocked pantry in your home can lead to some very delicious and spontaneous meals. Healthy eating starts at home and having the right ingredients on hand is sure to keep you on track to a healthy lifestyle – especially during the holiday season!...

Enduring the Unexpected

Enduring the Unexpected

A couple of weeks ago my wife and I got an unexpected and terrific scare when our youngest daughter was hospitalized. She suffered a severe asthma attack brought on by a terrible reaction to the fall hay fever season. What began as an emergency room visit, evolved into her being admitted into the intensive care unit...

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People buy about 320 million cleaning products in trigger bottles each year. If just 20% of those were refilled, each year it could save 7 million pounds of plastic - the weight of 1,170 minivans.

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