I usually have some show that is my guilty pleasure, and it's usually about people who are a wreck for some reason or another. Right now, it's all about hoarding ....
I've written on this topic before, but last week, I spent a day doing some hassle-free returns on products, and I'd just like to let people know about certain companies that have great warranties and fantastic customer service!
During a discussion about a recent software purchase for my kids' school, one of my friends said what we've all heard a million times: "You get what you pay for." At the time, I said that I didn't believe that was true, but I realize now that I need to qualify that.
I recently came across an episode of "19 Kids & Counting" wherein the Duggars were doing laundry -- loads and loads of it. They were also making their own laundry detergent, which seemed insane to me. When I saw how much they used, though, I could see that they were saving big!
Shortly after we got married, a community-services mailing came from the city; it contained a calendar of courses that were being offered. My husband and I found a ballroom dance class that was reasonably priced and really close to our house ....
Just recently, my kids participated in the National PTA Reflections Program, which asks children to express themselves artistically based on a common theme. This year's theme is "Together we can ...."
I am so excited about a new website called TreatFeed! It's sort of an eBay meets Groupon where businesses -- both local and online --post deals for the public. Here's what I think is the best part: Once you sign up, you can refer friends -- and instead of a straight referral commission, you receive a percentage of their purchases. A big percentage: ten percent!