I love the Dyson Cinetic Big Ball vacuum. Any Dyson vacuum I’ve tried has been outstanding, and the Dyson Cinetic Big Ball’s main selling point is that it’s not supposed to ever clog.
Unfortunately, all vacuums clog, including the Dyson Cinetic and every other vacuum Dyson makes and every other vacuum on the market. That’s no knock against Dyson or other vacuum makers.… Continue reading →
These tasty pumpkin chocolate chip muffins offer an alternative to cupcakes, are easy to transport and don’t need icing. They also freeze well, so you can keep some on hand for those occasions when a child suddenly announces she needs to take a snack to school the next day.
If you like, you can use 2 cups of sugar instead of 1 cup sugar and one cup Splenda.… Continue reading →
If you’ve been thinking about upgrading to the latest and greatest smartphone, check out the new Samsung Galaxy S7 phone, available now from Boost Mobile with no contract and no commitment.
I already love Samsung products and often recommend them when asked my opinion on smartphone brands. I carried a Galaxy S4 for two years, and my husband and daughter both have Samsung phones.… Continue reading →
Online Bingo has always been stereotyped as a game that is popular with an older age group of women. But this is not true. If you look at the recent statistics, you will see that the game is catching up fast with young adults, too. This is because online bingo is a highly sociable game where they get to meet new people.… Continue reading →
Fall is a great time to clean and purge. Get rid of stuff you no longer need. Donate clothes that no longer fit the kids.
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One of the best ways to save money in your grocery budget is to make good use of leftovers. Rice and beans are already an extremely cheap meal to make.
Rice costs a dollar a pound – or less – if you buy it at the dollar store or Walmart. You can use it in a variety of dishes. I sometimes make a boatload of it over the weekend to use in recipes throughout the following week.… Continue reading →
If your kids want to dress up as a Pokémon for Halloween (or someone else in your family does), you may want to buy costumes right now. Pokémon costumes will likely become a hot commodity before too much longer.
Kids will soon start asking their parents for Pokémon costumes, and the most popular ones might sell out quickly. Here are some links to cute Pokémon costumes for your family.… Continue reading →
There’s no need to spend a fortune to have a nice garden. Many people still spend obscene amounts of money to build ornate vegetable gardens, flower gardens with waterfalls and gazebos.
Of course, using modern gardening techniques and state-of-the-art irrigation systems isn’t a bad thing. The problem for most people is shortness of time. It’s easier to pay someone to do the work of tending to the tomatoes, flowers, and other plants as well as mowing the lawn.… Continue reading →
Parents want their kids to do well in school, and Workman’s Big Fat Notebooks can give kids a hand in earning good grades. They’re a great add-on for middle schoolers who have textbooks, and a fantastic substitution if your kid doesn’t have textbooks.
I don’t know how it is in your local schools, but my daughters, in 1st and 7th grades, don’t have any textbooks.… Continue reading →
Welcome to the first installment of the LivingWithBeth Monthly Cash Savings Challenge. Are you with me?
To commemorate the back to school season, this month’s challenge is all about saving money on clothing. For me, clothing has become the absolute easiest thing to save money on. In this post, I’m spilling my secrets to spending very little on clothing for my family.… Continue reading →