I used to be an extreme couponer. Huge basement stockpile and all. I spent my free time cutting tons of coupons every week, constantly searching for the best deals, and shopping all the time so I’d never miss a bargain. I saved a ton of money, but it also took up a LOT of my time and energy. That’s time and energy I now find better spent playing with Zachary and doing family activities. Another downside, besides the time and energy it took, was that I also bought a lot of unnecessary things. This caused me to inevitably spend more than I needed to in many situations, even if it was cheap. I just couldn’t pass up a great deal. Most …More…
I have a confession. I never clean my entire house. At least, not at once. There isn’t a single day where I dust, vacuum, mop, tidy up, and do the dishes. Ever. And no, it’s not because my husband does part of it. Although he does do a lot around the house. Thanks, Hun! Even though we don’t do all of that every day, my home is quite clean, aside from the occasional dog fur tumbleweed. No amount of vacuuming can stop that, though. #HuskyProblems So how do I do it? A household cleaning schedule. Hello, My name is Kira, and I’m a recovering obsessive cleaner. A few years ago, I finally had an allergy test to determine what I had been allergic to for …More…
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