Family Management Tips

Raising a family is hard sometimes! Between hectic schedules, school work and activities, pets that just won't quit,  kids that don't want to listen, finding new ways to save money on kids and everything that comes with a family can be overwhelming for any mom (or dad!). That’s why Stacy Ott, author of Six Dollar Family, shares these amazing family management tips to help you keep an organized family, have frugal family fun all while staying within your personal budget.

Family Management Tips

Because Six Dollar Family focuses on saving you and teaching you how to save money, all of our family management tips are budget friendly too! After all, you can't manage your family and home stress free if you're worried about spending money. From books that teach kids about money to budget friendly organization tools. learning how to build a stockpile, prepare for emergencies and a free printable menu planning packagethese family management tips are sure to be a huge help to you and your family!

40 Home and Family Printables You Need in Your Life

I am such a sucker for a good planner. I love the feeling of being uber organized and home and family printables that I can make into a binder or a planner, help me do that. So when I recently went looking for a moving planner so I can plan a move out of state for our family next … [Read more...]

How to Build a Baby Shower Gift Basket {for Under $25.00} {How to Build a Baby Welcome Basket on a Budget}

It seems like everything month or so there is a new baby shower to go to which means unless you're looking for baby shower gift ideas that won't break your budget, you could quickly go broke. Learning how to make a baby shower gift basket though can be both budget friendly and a … [Read more...]

Homemade Dog Treats – Homemade Chicken & Parsley Dog Treats

It can be quite scary to me the number of pet owners who pay no attention to what they are feeding their pets; dogs especially. There can be so many fillers and Lord knows what else in dog foods or dog treats. It wasn't too long ago that a particular dog food company had to pull … [Read more...]

5 Simple Ways to Care for Your Cat

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Meow Mix for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. I don't know about you, but for our family, our pets are very much a part of the family. They're like an extension of our immediate family and as such, I want to make certain that … [Read more...]

The Most Beautiful Woman I Never Saw

I sat in a place yesterday that I wasn’t ready to sit in. It is a place of darkness without being dark; of sorrow and sadness; where tears are the norm and the sound of hearts breaking echo from the halls long after everyone has gone home. I sat in the front row yesterday; tears … [Read more...]

Genealogy for Beginners – 9 Tips for Researching Your Family Genealogy

Several years ago, I began researching my family genealogy. I have always had questions about my family; in fact, I have never met anyone on my Mother's side. Since I love history anyhow, there seemed to be no better way to get the answers to the questions I've had than to begin … [Read more...]

35+ Must-Have Organizing Supplies for Any Budget

Getting organized is one of those things that almost everyone says their going to do every new year. Some of us actually pull it off while others end year after year still drowning in clutter. For me, getting organized meant (at least in part), downsizing to sell everything we … [Read more...]

Making Caring for a Loved one Easy with Prevail

Thank you Prevail® for sponsoring this post. Visit Prevail.com to get a free sample. When you’re growing up, the thought that someday, you may need to become a family caregiver to a parent usually never crosses your mind. For me though, those thoughts have always been in the … [Read more...]

How to Prepare for Cold and Flu Season

Fall is here in Texas and while I'm loving the cooler temperatures, I could do without cold and flu season being just over the horizon. Unless you plan on spending the colder months locked in your home, there isn’t always a way to avoid cold and flu season. There are, however, … [Read more...]

7 Tips for Making Your First Grocery Shopping Trip with a Toddler Easier

We all love our kids, but let's face it. Grocery shopping with them isn't always fun; especially if they're the toddler age. It can be stressful to help keep them where they should be, you might accidentally spend more if they toss something in the cart that you didn't see and … [Read more...]