Aldi Finds That Work

Bugs are one of the reasons I'm not a fan of Spring or Summer. They are just extra aggressive this time of year. I know capturing them and releasing them outside is the humane way to go about it, but I tend to lean towards other aggressive options.┬áSprays are effective, but most leave a chemical... Continue Reading →

Motivational Mondays with Trisha: Sugar and Spice

Its officially autumn! Its the most wonderful time of the year. I know that's associated with Christmas. In the spirit of the season, I wanted to find Sugar and Spice quotes. Thanks to Cartoon Network, those words bring Powderpuff Girls to mind. Whereas, others might view that a spooky reference. The professor wasn't using a... Continue Reading →

Once Upon a Pumpkin

As far as I'm concerned, it's officially pumpkin bread season! I love baking it yearround. During the fall, I make it for friends and family. Sometimes, I add it to the dessert menu for Thanksgiving. Although I've baked pumpkin bread for over a decade, I've only used Jenn Segal's recipe for the last five years.... Continue Reading →

Autumn is my favorite time of year. I love the rich colors and cool weather. It is too chilly for shorts, but too warm for coats. Truthfully, cardigans are a yearround garment. I have lightweight ones for Spring. From September to November, I prefer loose fitting cardigans without buttons. Depending on the material, it feels... Continue Reading →

End of Summer Savings Advice and Fall Shopping Tips

Thrifty shoppers know that the perfect time to shop for seasonal clothes are transition months. September is the transition from summer to fall. If you've noticed malls, boutiques, and online stores are usually a season ahead. Retailers advertise transition months in four ways. Lookbooks: Today, designers add lookbooks to their websites. These lookbooks showcase that... Continue Reading →

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