What are the Requirements to Apply for Payday Loans?

Payday loans are short-term loans that must be paid by the time you are getting paid. Failure to pay the loan by your next payday, will result in an automatic deduction of the money directly from your bank account, if you at least pay the interest this can be avoided.

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Never say this to a Stay at Home Parent

“Must be nice!” This comment really gets under my skin. Just in general it screams, you’re privileged and I’m not, you just get everything handed to you and I have to suffer, in general it’s just an extremely rude comment to make about anything but especially a comment to a stay at home mom or stay at home working mom/parent. It alludes to the idea that what that mom/parent does at home doesn’t carry much value & that they’re basically flaking off all responsibility because they’re at home. Well, to be fair, it’s the tone and often snarky insinuation that accompanies the comment. As if that person stating the comment is the hardest worker in the entire world while the person at home is just binge watching shows & eating bonbons. Here’s some hard facts…

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Neighborhood Photo Scavenger Hunt Kids can Play with Friends even from a Distance

Who’s up for some friendly competition? I think we might have actually started a new tradition during lockdown last year. This was  originally posted March 23, 2020. And the kids had so much fun they keep asking when we can do it again, thus, I’m adding this to our Summer Bucket List!

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In an effort to stay positive, get kiddos out of the house for some fresh air, & allow for some social fun while still practicing social distancing we’re challenging you, your kiddos, & your kiddos’ friends to this Neighborhood Photo Scavenger Hunt!! Read more

How To Move During The Pandemic & As Mandates Lift

The pandemic has caused many shifts and uncertainties that left us all trying to navigate this challenging time together.

Unfortunately, major life events like weddings, international travel, and baby showers got put on hold — but we’re trying to move on with life as much as possible.

While mask mandates start lifting and our environment starts to go back to “normal,” the repercussions of the pandemic are still here.

So how can we move forward?

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Purging Kids Toys, Books, & Clothes? Repurpose, Swap, and Sell!

This anxious feeling came over me this morning as I glanced at the calendar and realized the kids literally have one week left of school!! How can that be, it feels like they just went back to school. Oh wait, they did, lol! After being home for what seemed like an eternity and then hybrid learning for a minute, I blinked and their in-person learning for 5 days a week is practically over, which means they’re gonna be home, AGAIN!! What’s a mom to do? I don’t know about y’all but this momma isn’t wasting one second, I’m PURGING STAT! I’m getting rid of everything they grew out of almost two years ago, all the books they no longer read, toys they no longer play with, etc. I’m officially in that “everything has gotta go” mentality. But where is it going?

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