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Ultimate List of Free Wordpress Plugins You Need for Your Blog

Ultimate List of Free WordPress Plugins You Need for Your Blog

If you’ve started blogging, you’ve probably come to realize that WordPress has an endless amount of plugins available. The plugins you choose play a small, but important role in how a website functions and its level of success. I’ve created the ultimate list of the best free WordPress plugins that you need for your blog- and who doesn’t love free?   Back when I first started blogging, I didn’t even know what the word ‘plugin’ meant. I’m pretty sure I …

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Are We There Yet? The Best Tips for Traveling with Toddlers

Are we there yet? I need to go potty! I’m hungry!    *sigh*   If you’re a parent and have ever tried traveling with a toddler, you know that it ends in either one of two ways: happy child and stressed mom or stressed mom and stressed child. Between the seemingly endless potty breaks to making the supply of snacks last that never seem to fill little tummies, traveling with a toddler is no walk in the park. Whether it’s …

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Ridiculously Easy Weeknight Lasagna

Ridiculously Easy Weeknight Lasagna

Want to know one of the best comfort foods for the family? It’s ridiculously easy lasagna, mama. And since it’s a really cold Sunday evening in November, it makes sense to warm up with a yummy meal. Speaking of cooking, I wanted to quick share an app that I’ve been using for years, called Ibotta. Ibotta is a mobile app that gets you cash back on grocery purchases! What’s great about it is they have monthly bonuses as well as …

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How to Make the Most Money on Your Blog Using Gourmet Ads

How to Make the Most Money on Your Blog Using Gourmet Ads

There are countless ways to make money on your blog, one of which includes using ads. Ads are a quick, easy, and convenient way to monetize your site and become familiar with partnering with other companies. I started my blog back in September of this year; in only two short months, I’ve made $40! This is between using Amazon Affiliates and an amazing ad company called Gourmet Ads. Initially, I joined Google AdSense and found I was only making a …

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Easy Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas

Easy Cheesy Chicken Enchiladas

Who’s in the mood for some cheesy chicken enchiladas? I am! It’s a Monday night which means an easy meal for dinner- besides, who actually wants to try really hard on a Monday anyways? My husband is Hispanic, so I’m always looking to try new Mexican dishes that are simple and delicious! And with having children, it’s even better if you can find a dish that is “kid friendly”, and that even the most picky of eaters can approve of. …

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How to Start a Blog with Bluehost: An Easy Guide for Beginners

How to Start a Blog with Bluehost: An Easy Guide for Beginners

I know why you’re here- the idea of starting a blog crossed your mind but you aren’t sure where or how to start. Hey, I get it. I was there only a few short months ago! I’m a stay-at-home mother and my life is non-stop on a daily basis. But I wanted something a little bit more to throw into the mix. One day I started asking questions- Is it possible to own my own website?  The answer is yes! …

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How to Survive a Sick Child When You're Sick Too

How to Survive a Sick Child When You’re Sick Too

Autumn (aka the flu and sick child season). A time when school is back in session, the leaves turn color, and the temperature drops in preparation for the upcoming holidays. It’s also a time when the dreaded cold and flu season hits; if an illness isn’t brought back home from younger tots in preschool or their older siblings, it’s almost inevitable that you will still wind up on the couch surrounded by used tissues (and with a sick child). And …

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