Visit SEA LIFE Aquarium in Kansas City and Save $5 Per Admission

SeaLife Aquarium

The Kansas City area offers some great family friendly attractions.  One of those attractions that my family will be visiting this summer is the SEA LIFE Aquarium.  I’ll be doing a full review after our visit, but if you’d like to make arrangements for your family to visit, I’ve got a $5 admission coupon for you!  

SEA LIFE Kansas City Aquarium will transport you into the amazing underwater world. Come nose to nose with sharks and prepare for astonishingly close views of everything from humble starfish and seahorses to graceful rays. To get any closer you’d have to get wet! Are you a Shark lover or Seahorse fanatic? Perhaps it’s the graceful rays or the clever Octopus that you love the most. Maybe you simply can’t decide! Here at SEA LIFE Kansas City you can make up your mind and see them all – from the curious and the rescued to the rare and the enigmatic. And you’ll be able to get closer to them than ever before.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE AND GET YOUR COUPON

Fun at Copper Mountain + Save up to $20 on Summer Activity Pass

Searching for vacation destinations can be tricky when you have a toddler and teenagers.  Copper Mountain in Colorado Springs has made it onto our list to visit this summer!  They offer plenty of activities in the village that will keep everyone occupied.

In addition to the beautiful scenery and close proximity to local attractions, Copper Mountain also offers activity passes for the following:

  • Bungee
  • Go-kart
  • Zip-line
  • Mini golf
  • Hydro bike
  • Bike haul
  • Diggler
  • Scenic chair
  • Bumper boats
  • Climbing wall

They are currently offering my readers a coupon to save $10 on a Summer Activity Day Pass or $20 on a Season Pass ($49-$109).  Click here to get the coupon.

Save $3 at All 8 Ripley’s Attractions in Gatlinburg- Perfect for Your Smoky Mountain Road Trip

We’ve been gathering suggestions for some summer trips, and the Smoky Mountains was one of the most suggested ones!

Gatlinburg has many attractions, but I had no idea that there were EIGHT different Ripley’s attractions there.  My kids are going to love visiting them all when we schedule our trip.

Experience eight unique attractions including Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium, our 85,000 sq ft Aquarium of the Smokies, a 5D Moving Theater, our bone-chilling Haunted Adventure, the mind-bending Marvelous Mirror Maze, and our two fully themed mini-golf courses!

They’ve extended a $3 discount on all adult admission tickets ($2 on each child’s ticket) when you order online and use the coupon code: USFAMILYGUIDE

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE RIPLEY’S ATTRACTIONS

Incredible Pizza: Buffet Only $.99 with $15 Game Card Purchase

tile_incrediblepizza-stl-tileIncredible Pizza has a great new printable coupon for a $.99 buffet with a $15 game card purchase.

Fun, Food and Family America’s Incredible Pizza Company is the place to find it all! Incredible Pizza Company delivers high energy and a quality experience for the entire family. After enjoying our freshly homemade buffet; enter our world famous Fair Grounds and play over 100 arcade and carnival style games. Race to the finish line while driving our go karts, get lost in a friendly game of laser tag, get a hole-in-one while playing glow golf, and spin away on the bumper cars and more! So whether you’re 6 or 60, enter our fairgrounds and have an incredible time while making memories that will last a lifetime!

CLICK HERE TO PRINT YOURS

 

Become a Blogger in 7 Days Online Workshop

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Have you always wanted to start a blog or website, but weren’t quite sure how? Maybe you’ve looked at online tutorials and found them too overwhelming to even start? It’s time to quit looking and start creating! The Become a Blogger in 7 Days online workshop will get your site up and running in as little as a week. That’s right- a WEEK!

Become a Blogger in 7 Days is geared towards absolute beginners. The written lessons are packed with screenshots and will walk you through each step of creating your site. Unlike other beginner classes, Become a Blogger in 7 Days will teach you how to set up your site to leave room for maximum growth and monetization.

In addition to the written lessons, you’ll receive access to an exclusive Facebook group for 30 days. Why just 30 days? I’ve learned over the years that there are two things that will push you to succeed: time and money. If you take a free class, do you place as much emphasis on it? Of course not. The same goes with time. By creating the limits, you’ll work much faster and put more of an effort into it.

The Facebook group is a place for you to ask questions, receive assistance, talk out any issues you may have, and receive support from people going through the exact same thing that you are.

So, what are we going to cover in Become a Blogger in 7 Days? Everything you need to know to get your site up and running. This class is based on setting up a self-hosted WordPress blog, and we’ll also go over how to use it to create a static website. The lessons include:

  • Assessing Your Expectations
  • Basic Terminology
  • Choosing Your Domain Name
  • Purchasing Hosting
  • Setting Up Your Site
  • Creating Your Header
  • Installing Plugins
  • Creating Menus
  • Customizing Your Site

Each lesson has a short assignment that will help you grow your site and prepare for the next lesson.

What you’ll need to get started:

  • A computer and internet access (you won’t be able to do this from a tablet or phone)
  • At least an hour a day to devote to each lesson
  • In addition to the class registration fee, you will have to pay for one year of hosting and your domain name (around $72).

This class will run from May 4th-10th and is limited to just 25 students! If you cannot complete every lesson that week, don’t worry. The Facebook group will remain open until June 4th and you’ll have access to all of the lessons and information until then.  You can also elect to purchase an optional 60 day membership to the group so that you have a place to ask your questions.

When you register, please make sure and enter the name you use on Facebook, along with the email address you use to log in.  This will allow me to invite you to the group where you’ll receive all of your lessons.  You will receive a response within 24-48 hours of registering.  If you have any trouble with registration, please email me at alicia@thesensiblefamily.com.  


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*Due to the nature of this workshop, absolutely no refunds will be provided.

20 Ways Kids Can Help in the Garden

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I’m watching the snow fall out of my office window, hoping that this is the last big snow before Spring begins.  I’ve had to neglect my garden over the past two years due to pregnancy and a newborn.  He’s now a rambunctious toddler, but he’s always on a mission.  I’ve never seen a child quite so goal oriented, and this thrills me.  As long as he’s outside and given a job, he’s happy and he won’t stop until it’s finished.

I may be overly ambitious, but I think this may carry into the garden this season.  Not only will it keep him occupied, it will motivate me to spend more time out there.

Gardening with a toddler is going to be a major change for me, so I’ve been trying to plan the best I can so that I always have something to keep him busy.  Here are some of the ideas I’ve come up with (and to keep the big kids helping, too):

  1. Help start seedlings in containers before they are ready to plant.
  2. Help place soil in the containers for seedlings before they’re ready to plant.
  3. Rake the soil to help get the garden ready.
  4. Pull weeds and help remove tiny rocks.
  5. Place soil or mulch on the ground to help with the nutrition of the garden.
  6. Plant the fresh seeds or the seedlings in the ground.
  7. Ensure that there’s enough space in between each seed that’s planted.
  8. Water fruits and veggies on a daily basis to help keep them healthy.
  9. Help create garden markers for the garden.
  10. Help put up a garden fence to keep critters out.
  11. Write down what was planted and when it was planted.
  12. Keep an eye on which fruits and veggies are ready to be harvested.
  13. Use scissors to help cut different plants when they’re ready to harvest.
  14. Help take pictures of the progress of the garden.
  15. Clean gardening tools and put them back where they belong.
  16. Help pick fruits and veggies for that night’s dinner.
  17. Pick fruit and veggies off the main plant that are no good.
  18. Help make sure all edible fruits and veggies are picked.
  19. Help to winterize the garden when the time is right.
  20. Put away all gardening tools and decorations for the upcoming winter.

I think my biggest challenge will be to keep him out of the strawberries.  Do your kids help you in the garden?  Do you have any tips for me?

Sling Offers Streaming Cable Channels with NO Contract- and a Free Amazon Fire TV Stick!

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I’ve been waiting quite a while for Sling TV to be released to the public and they sure came in with a BANG!

Sling TV is a streaming service that gives you access to channels such as ESPN, TNT, HGTV, the Food Network, and more!  The basic service is $20/month (for the channels shown above), with no contract or credit check.  The billing is similar to any other streaming service.  They are also adding AMC in the next few weeks!

You can also add packages with additional channels for $5/month.  Packages are in categories, such as kids, cooking, sports, or news.

It also allows you to watch any show that’s aired over the past three days- not just live episodes.

They are offering a FREE Fire TV stick or $50 off of Amazon Fire TV if you prepay for 3 months ($60).  Sign up here and you will receive a promotional code to redeem on Amazon.  The Fire TV stick retails for $39 and we absolutely LOVE ours.  It allows stream Youtube, Amazon Prime Video, and Netflix straight to your TV- and now Sling TV.  Check out Amazon Fire TV Stick to learn more about what it can do.

If you’ve got a sports nut, Disney fan, or love HGTV, you can ditch the cable!

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE

How You Can Fix Your Grocery Budget in 2015

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It’s no secret that couponing has lost most of its magic.  Food prices are up, coupon values are down, and store policies have gotten very strict. A large portion of the coupon classes I’ve taught over the past decade focused on how to shop at grocery stores and avoid the overpriced big box stores. Many chose to switch their shopping to the Kroger family stores, which have recently closed in most of the local market.  It’s a rough loss, especially since shopping options are limited enough in my local market, but that doesn’t mean that you have to throw in the towel and pay full price!

Over the past couple of years, things have changed so much in my life that couponing became one of the first things to go.  Limits were imposed that made it difficult to justify the drive into town.  We began growing and producing more of our own produce and meats.  We also welcomed baby #3 into the family, which was a big adjustment considering our older children were pre-teens and teenagers.  We battled a long illness and are still battling chronic carsickness with him, which has greatly limited the time I have to shop.

Instead of blowing my budget, which seemed almost inevitable, I’ve settled on a combination of alternate savings techniques that have not only kept my budget in tact, I’m actually spending less money AND saving a ton of time.  Here’s how I’m doing it:

Shopping the Sales I’m not a supporter of price matching, but I am a big supporter of many of our local grocers.  We have a fantastic selection of mom and pop stores who run much better sales than any of the larger chains.  They have fantastic produce and meats, along with offering a pleasant shopping experience.  If you don’t have time to shop at multiple stores, pick the store that has the best prices and sales on the items that your family normally buys.  Don’t be quick to regard a grocer as ‘expensive’, because some of the more high end stores offer more competitive pricing- not only in their sales, but as everyday prices.  You won’t know until you go!

Knowing Your Prices This is the SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT thing you can do to save money on anything.  If you’re not aware of the retail price, you won’t be able to judge how much you’re saving.

Purchasing in Bulk In recent years, we shied away from warehouse stores because the prices were no longer competitive enough to justify the membership fees.  While many items are still not a bargain, some are highly discounted.  If you family’s tastes revolve around some of the deepest discounts, you can save quite a bit.  It’s always important to know your prices and break down the warehouse price to identical sized packages to have an accurate comparison.  Some of my favorite warehouse buys are butter, cheese, frozen biscuits, peanut butter crackers, packaged deli meats, and greek yogurt.

Meal Planning By planning your meals around the store sales, you can easily cut your grocery bill in half.  If chicken is on sale, base your menu on your favorite chicken dishes.  Not only will this save you money in the store, you will save time by having a dinner plan in place each night, and you won’t be making additional trips to the store or grabbing dinner out.

Freezer Cooking This is an extension of meal planning that allows you to prepare multiple meals in a short amount of time and freeze them for future use.  Over the next few weeks, we’ll be providing detailed meal plans for both fresh and freezer meals.

Prime Pantry Amazon has a relatively new service for members of Amazon Prime.  This service allows you to order many grocery and household items at prices lower than discount stores, and they ship straight to your door.  Many of the items have coupons available, and some are as low as FREE after the discount.  I order items such as canned veggies, wipes, flour, sugar, and spices from Prime Pantry. We’ve created a Facebook group dedicated solely to Prime Pantry deals,.  If you’d like to join, click here: Prime Pantry Deals Facebook Page 

Subscribe and Save This is another free service that allows you to purchase discounted items from Amazon.  These deals are often hidden, so we have a group dedicated to finding them just for you!  We find some fantastic ones- such as  Kahlua Coffee for $2, Udderly Smooth for $1, 5 lb bags of gourmet coffee for $8, a 6 pack of 24 oz bags of organic brown sugar for $2.44, and so many more!  You can join this group here:  Subscribe and Save Deals II

Gardening  This will be our fourth summer in this home, and we have been working on an orchard and expanding the gardens every year.  This year, I’ll be spending more time documenting my garden and harvests, along with sharing recipes and preservation techniques for seasonal recipes.

Farming We raise chickens for eggs and the occasional meat, and we also raise pigs.  Doing so doesn’t necessarily offset the cost of purchasing in-store, in fact, it’s often the opposite, but it does make me more comfortable in what I feed my family.  We also utilize Zaycon for boneless chicken breasts and other bulk meat purchases.

In the coming weeks, I’ll be bringing you more in-depth articles covering these topics so that you, too, can take full control of your time and budget.  In the meantime, don’t forget to request to join the Prime Pantry and Subscribe and Save Facebook groups!  We only approve new members once a month in each group and there are limited spots available.  Get your name on the list now, so we can approve you when there’s space.

I will also be booking a limited number of workshops throughout the year, including The Ultimate Grocery Savings Workshop (which focuses on how to cut your personal budget with and without using coupons), and our popular work at home series, Sensible Earnings.

If you’d like even more details on the above, make sure to join The Sensible Family facebook group- it’s filled with great ideas from like minded readers!

2015 National Park Admission Days

National Park Free DAys

The National Parks system charges admission to over 130 of the parks. In 2015, the admission fees will be waived for the following dates:

  • January 19
    Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • February 14-16
    Presidents Day weekend
  • April 18-19
    opening weekend of National Park Week
  • August 25
    National Park Service Birthday
  • September 26
    National Public Lands Day
  • November 11
    Veterans Day

To learn more about the parks system or to locate a park near you click here: US National Parks

Important Changes to Walmart Price Matching Policy

If you price match at Walmart to save on your groceries, you might be in for a shock when you check out this week.  Walmart has now altered their price matching policy to eliminate matching of store brand products.  According to the revised price matching policy, you can still match produce and meats, along with name brand items, but no store brand or private labels will be matched.  I know this won’t affect as many of you since you’ve been taking advantage of our Amazon household deals group!

If you’d like to read the full policy, click here:  Walmart Price Matching Policy.  We scan the policies regularly and post updates on our Facebook page, make sure to like us so you don’t miss an important change!

If you’re looking for a way to save on your household items without couponing, check out our Subscribe & Save group. We find the hottest Amazon deals (coupons, too!) and you can have your items shipped to your door at no charge.. for CHEAPER than couponing!!!  Save time AND money!

If you’re gearing up to save money on your holiday shopping, check out our HUGELY POPULAR site Extreme Christmas Savings and its Facebook group.  The Facebook group is already kicking off with fantastic deals for its TENTH holiday season!

What I really do for a living… And no, it’s not watching soaps and playing on Facebook.

                   

I work a lot of hours, most of which are done in my home office or at my kitchen table.  Occasionally I’ll take off to teach a seminar, attend a conference, or spend an entire day holed up in the back corner of a coffee shop (the rarest of all occasions).  I’ve been trying desperately to follow a routine that allows me to have the tiniest bit of a social life, which I’ve found simply opens me up to more questions about my work.

For some strange reason, when someone asks a family member (outside of my husband and kids) what I do, they reply ‘she coupons’.  How impressive is that?!?  I went to college SIX times to coupon.  I guess I see where they get it.  I’ve taught couponing workshops for ten years, but they are just a small portion of what I do, and honestly, they are a ‘for fun’, make no money job on the side.

Even though I know exactly what I do, when someone asks me, I usually reply with a canned response, ‘I work from home’. That used to invoke curiosity.  Everyone was interested in working from home. Now it can stop a conversation dead in its tracks and send the person who asked running for safety.  Working from home is now associated with multi level marketing scams and direct sales recruiting.  So why the canned response?  Because I do so much that it’s hard to narrow it down to a short conversation, and when you work at home, you’re so excited to speak to another human that it might actually take longer than normal.  It also lessens the idea of success.  I tend to keep to myself because I fear that even speaking of my accomplishments might be considered bragging.  I prefer to be humble.  

So, what do I really do?  I own a media company, which encompasses several small companies.  I’m actually in the middle of incorporating, which is a huge step!  I’ve always loved learning about anything and everything, and I’ve found a way to wrap all of that useless knowledge up and create my own dream job.  

  • I create and photograph recipes and crafts for hundreds of popular magazines, cookbooks, and websites.  
  • I own and run 23 active websites, along with over 100 Facebook pages and groups, in addition to all other social media accounts.  
  • I design planner pages.  
  • I have several books published, both fiction and non-fiction.  
  • I design party supplies.  
  • I am an accounting consultant, specializing in freelancers and internet businesses.

In addition to all of the above, I also have a lineup of over 40 workshops that focus on bootstrapping and personal finance.  I’ve taught at four universities and several technical schools, along with hundreds of conferences, events, and private groups.

The opportunities that I’ve been blessed with are things that I never thought possible.  I’ve worked with and met dozens of celebrities, including Bob Harper, Mario Lopez, and Molly Ringwald. I’ve written articles for magazines that I idolized as a child.  I’ve taped segments for national news shows and syndicated columns for newspapers.  The biggest blessing has been the tens of thousands of families that I’ve helped get their spending under control and bootstrap their dream job.

I’m often asked how I found my job- and for that, my answer is simple.  I created it.  

 

 

 

*UPDATE* Introducing Savings Catcher From Walmart | Effortless Refunds if a Competitor Has a Lower Price

*UPDATE*  As the program rolls out nationwide this week, it looks like they’ve added to the eligible items.  I just got this email:

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Walmart’s new program, Savings Catcher, is now available in all areas.  All you have to do is enter your receipt data, and the program will scan local competitor’s ads and refund any price differences on a Walmart gift card.

Entering your receipt is easy.  You can enter your receipt number online, scan the barcode via the Savings Catcher section of the Walmart app, or register your phone number within the app and enter it upon checkout for automatic entering.

The inclusion list is vague, as it doesn’t state exactly which stores and ads are included.  There are several excluded items, such as store brands, meat, produce, and many general merchandise items.  A screen shot from the FAQ is attached below.

I don’t shop at Walmart often, but I did make a stop this weekend.  I’ve entered my receipt and am currently awaiting verification.  I’m curious to see how this pans out!  Have you used the program?

Missouri Sales Tax Free Weekend | Important Information

The Missouri Sales Tax Free Weekend will be held on August 1st-3rd, 2014.  You will not be charged state sales tax (4.225%) on any qualifying purchase, regardless of city.  Each city and county decides whether or not they will assess sales tax on those purchases.  Unfortunately, it looks like many cities and counties have decided to opt out this year.  Specific districts are also eligible to opt out, such as Prewitt’s Point in Lake Ozark.  

The sales tax exemption is limited to:

  • Clothing – any article having a taxable value of $100 or less
  • School supplies – not to exceed $50 per purchase
  • Computer software – taxable value of $350 or less
  • Personal computers – not to exceed $3,500
  • Computer peripheral devices – not to exceed $3,500

Cities/Counties Not Participating

Be sure to check the excluded cities, counties, and districts before heading out.  You’ll want to check all three lists!

You can also view all of the city, county, and district rates here.

I’m honestly not a huge fan of shopping during the tax free weekends.  Most cities near me are not participating, and it seems that the sales are lackluster. When paired with the excessive crowds, it just isn’t worth it to me to save 4.225% and often costs much more than simply paying the sales tax and shopping another day.

For more information, visit the Missouri Department of Revenue website.

Free Online Courses on Laura Ingalls Wilder and Ozarks History from Missouri State University

 

Missouri State University is offering a FREE online course featuring Laura Ingalls Wilder this fall.  This eight week course will begin on September 22nd and will outline her early years and writings.  There will be a second course featuring later works in early 2015.  To view more information, click here: Laura Ingalls Wilder: Exploring Her Work & Writing LifeFor this course, you will need access to several of the books.  The boxed set is available on Amazon right now for just $32.89!

Also available is Ozarks History: Examining An American Culture

I’ve taken a lot of courses in my lifetime and was just thinking how I was actually glad to be done with school.  I never thought I’d say that, as I love learning new things.  Some of my favorite courses were author specific, and Laura Ingalls Wilder is one of my favorites.  I live not far from where the books were written and have made several trips to the homestead and burial sites.  I am enrolled in this course and am SO excited about it!!!

Missouri Day Trips: Warm Springs Ranch

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Located on the outskirts of Boonville, Missouri is Warm Springs Ranch, the breeding facility for the Budweiser Clydesdales.  I was invited to participate in their media day, which just so happened to fall over Spring Break.  The kids, especially Katie- the horse lover, were very excited to attend- so excited, in fact, that when we woke up to a blustery 30 degree forecast, we packed up and headed out to Warm Springs Ranch anyways!

We went on the VIP tour, which included taking a tractor and wagon through various pens, including a hands on stop with the mommas and their new babies!

DSC_0843The wagon ride was frigid, to say the least, so we had to cut it short, but not before we got to see the foal that was featured in this year’s Super Bowl commercial.

The first stop in our indoor tour was the breeding room, which doubles as a bar for a free beer tasting at the end of the tour.  A mare’s desire for breeding is determined by parading a ‘teaser’ stallion around their pen.  If a mare shows interest, she is then brought to the breeding room.  A different, more enthusiastic stallion is paired with her and brought to the room… a little bait and switch.

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The horses are cleaned regularly, on cold days they are vacuumed instead of washed!

The ranch manager lives on site and all of the ranch hands live within 5 minutes of the ranch.  This is necessary because of the quick duration of labor and delivery.  Each horse is implanted with a sensor that will call the ranch manager when the colt begins to pass through the birth canal.  Delivery only takes around 15 minutes after that!

You can learn more about Warm Springs Ranch and buy tickets here: Warm Springs Ranch

The trip was fantastic and there were a lot of great places to stop along the way.  We stumbled upon the Burgers Smoke House facility and outlet store, located in California, Missouri.  They are only open Monday-Friday, but we got loads of goodies at great prices!

We also enjoyed a drive through Eldon, which is a neat town, with lots of vintage buildings, including an original Walmart store!  There are several long standing restaurants, such as The Philly Cafe, which we will be visiting on our next trip through!

 

Let Us Help You Save Even More with Our Price Matching List!

Due to recent changes in coupon policies and the skyrocketing of grocery prices, many families in our area are struggling to purchase their weekly groceries. Couponing no longer provides enough savings to feed your family and time is at a premium. Many of you have taken to price matching, but don’t always have the time to do the proper research. You miss out on some great deals! We are fortunate enough to have a lot of mom and pop stores that many of you don’t even know exist, much less check regularly to price match.

There isn’t a local service that provides a comprehensive price matching list, due to the sheer volume of stores to sort through. We are considering providing this service, but it is a very time intensive process with a very small window in which to complete.  I’ve included a survey below that details some of the ideas, plans, and information available.  If you are interested at all, please take the time to fill out the 5 question survey.   We will roll the service out in small test groups to begin with, and priority will be given to those who have expressed an interest via the survey.

Thank you!

~Alicia

Announcement: Please Read

It’s been almost 10 years since I began the Gateway to Saving journey.  This has been an amazing decade, full of opportunities that most people will never even have a chance to experience.

Over the past year or so, things have gotten a little redundant.  I am spending too much time behind the scenes and not enough time doing what I love to do… helping you!  I never expected my little hobby to turn into such a large scale venture, so I didn’t put a lot of thought into the original process.  I’ve never been happy with the site name, and the design definitely needed some sprucing up and simplifying.   I don’t like change, but there comes a time when it has to be done.

Gateway to Saving is now transitioning to The Sensible Family.  The change will allow me to accept more opportunities, provide more content, and condense a lot of work on the back end.  The ultimate goal is to provide information in all areas of life that a real family experiences, while skipping over the things typically covered by countless other deal bloggers.

The Extreme Christmas Savings site, Facebook pages, and all related subsidiaries will remain unchanged.

I hope you’ll stick with me as I iron out the kinks.  Renaming a company isn’t a quick process.  If you have any questions at all, please let me know!

Use SNAP (Food Stamps) to Purchase Seeds or Plants

 

SNAP PlantsDid you know that seeds and plants are eligible purchases for those using SNAP or Food Stamps?  What a wonderful way to encourage families to grow their own food!

You can read more on this here: http://www.snapgardens.org/snap-participant/

Stay tuned for more great articles on budget gardening!