Monthly Archives: November 2011

Thankful For My Sister

Author: Dorsey Velasquez My older sister is a life saver. I have always been so thankful to have her in my life and this past month has not been any different. I recently bought my first house and while I … Continue reading

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Black Friday was Yesterday

Yesterday, my husband had to work overnight at his store due to Black Friday. He told me that when the store opened at 9:00 pm, there was a crazy rush into the store until about 1:00 am. Then, it died. … Continue reading

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Fluid Scheduling

Two weeks ago, I was full force into my our schedule at home.  It was going swimmingly and everyone I was starting to get the hang of it.  There was still a lot of convincing and encouraging that needed to … Continue reading

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Cookbooks Every Mama Should Have

Whether you are a willing cook or not, it is essential to eat. If you want to save some money, it’s important that occassionally you eat at home. Something prepared at home. Eat something you made. Or your husband. But … Continue reading

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#$500BFCash #Giveaway Ends 11/23 Rafflecopter

This Giveaway organized and brought to you by A Well Being and The Busy Woman’s Guide to Surviving Motherhood Need a Little Extra Spending Money this Holiday Season – How about a LOT? Enter to win $500 Cash (via PayPal). … Continue reading

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Plus Size Maternity

This post is sponsored by Womanwithin.com No matter who you are, if you are a woman, there are times when you want to look good.  I’m not saying you have to want to look good all the time, but generally … Continue reading

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8 Week Writing Experiment

From now until the end of December –aka Christmas–I am going to be working on a project. I am calling it the 8 Week Writing Experiment because that is what I am doing. Writing. Not blogging. Not worrying about content. … Continue reading

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