Today’s topic on my WSBT-TV segment was how to save money on your holiday baking. I am working on an article for our website on this and thought I would share some quick tips for packaging and making your holiday goodies on the cheap.
It was interesting because when I was researching this topic for more information, I couldn’t find any articles or really good tips on this. Hopefully this will be of some interest as the holiday season approaches.
I also wanted to direct your attention to some new additions to The Motherloot. I am trying to catch up since I was behind on reviews so here are some more fun things to look at, in anticipation of the holiday season:
Comfy Software Products
Kaboost Booster Seat
I have also added a holiday gift giving category and am adding the things that I think would make good gifts. These are all my own opinions though, but I thought it might be easier for your holiday shopping.
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Sound Off: Do you have any great holiday baking tips that have helped you? Do you have any fun packaging you like to use for giving your holiday treats?
Unfortunately, there was a technical glitch so my scheduled segment did not air and it ended up being a repeat this week on my WSBT Mom’s First segment. The good news is that the first time it ran, I didn’t have a link yet to the video, but now I do and can share it with everyone.
This segment goes along with my discussion awhile ago on Frugal Hacks and shares more tips for hosting a game day party without spending a lot of cash.
I hope you guys enjoy it! Next week I will be discussing ways to save on your holiday baking. I will be working frantically on an article to go along with this discussion so keep your eyes peeled. A new article compiling my wrapping ideas will also be featured this next week on our site.
If you have suggestions for a future segment, please email me at email@example.com. It would mean a lot to me especially with the holidays fast approaching!
Today on my Moms First segment (with WSBT-TV), I discussed ways that you can save money on those high prescription drug prices. This segment goes along with my articles on The Prescription Lowdown and Going Without Health Insurance.
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Sound Off: What are some ways that you save on your prescription medications?
Well, you are going to get a glimpse inside our home since this morning’s segment was taped at our house. The segment that aired today discussed ways that you can keep your home warm without raising your heating bills. Lucky for me, my segment timed perfectly with our weather cooling down or I think this one would have been a dud! According to this week’s weather forecast, my tips might be put to good use this week out here in the Midwest.
For additional tips on getting your house ready for the cool weather, be sure to visit my article on Winterizing Your Home.
Sound Off: What do you do to get ready for the winter weather? What is your average heating bill in the winter months?
Today on WSBT we discussed ways you can save money on doing your laundry. I will be posting an article on this topic a little later this week!
Sound Off: What are some ways that you save on laundry costs? Do you have any recipes that you use in your house?
This morning on our Mom’s First segment, we got the opportunity to share about getting ready for Halloween. This segment goes along with our new article, “Scary Deals on Halloween Costumes” that we had recently posted.
This year my daughter is going to be Minnie Mouse, compliments of my dear friend AnneMarie, and my son has decided to be a Ninja.
Have you seen this video on You Tube about how to make a Ninja costume out of a black shirt? I loved this idea and am hopefully going to try this for our little Ninja! This clip gets a little long near the end, just watch the beginning where he breaks down how to make a mask for your kids.
Here is today’s segment from WSBT! We talked about family nights on a budget and discussed all of the great things you can do with your family without spending a ton of money in the process. Above the video is an email that you can use to send in suggestions for the next show. Even if you don’t live in our area, I am sure they would love the story ideas!
On a personal note, I just wanted to thank you all for your thoughts and prayers. My mom got to come home yesterday from the hospital and is on the mend. Thank you for thinking of her.
On a lighter note, you should watch the clip so you can see my new hair cut. FINALLY got to go to the hair dresser after four months without a good cut. Only a mom could appreciate what a luxury that was! Maybe next time I will do what Meredith did and just have Ethan chop it for me…That would be a lot cheaper! Of course there is always opening my own beauty salon!
Back to the family night topic, what is your favorite thing to do as a family? Any suggestions for my next family night together?
Here is a link to this morning’s segment. We discussed ways that you can organize the medicine cabinet and how to score great deals on prescription and over-the-counter medications.
Sound Off: Do you have any tips in the medicine department? I also need your help with story ideas…is there anything you are interested in seeing on the segment that I could talk about? It would be a huge help to know what people would like to see!
Here is a link to this morning’s segment on packing frugal lunches for your child. I am hoping to sit down and write more ideas down in the next week and I will be sure to let you guys know when this article goes up.
In the meantime, print out a little love note to your sweet children and make their day!
Sound Off: What are some ways that you save money on your child’s lunch?
Here is this week’s segment on how to streamline your morning routine with your children.
Sound Off: What are your tips for creating a smooth morning with your kids?