“Most people overestimate what they can do in a year and underestimate what they can do in a lifetime.” Tony Robbins Last week I talked about making the most important things in life a priority. Today I want to offer encouragement to those of you who may have felt a little overwhelmed in reading that post. My … Read More about Difficult Seasons
Earlier this week I posted a recipe to a “soup” that we enjoy making every fall/winter. Below is a free printable of the poem we use for our favorite way to drink the snowman soup (AKA: hot chocolate)! Just click the image below to open the printable as a PDF. UPDATED PRINTABLE – NOW IN COLOR! … Read More about Free Printable: Snowman Soup Poem
Snowman Soup “Recipe” We make this recipe every year and it is a huge hit with any age! We like to put these next to cute coffee mugs at holiday meals or use them as party favors during any autumn or winter gathering. Prep Time: Once supplies are gathered, about one minute per bag. Yields: As … Read More about Snowman Soup Recipe
Note: If you can’t have dairy, try this excellent recipe instead. Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix Yields: approx 12 servings Prep Time: 5 minutes or less Ingredients 2 cups nonfat dry milk 1 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup semi-sweet or unsweetened baking cocoa Instructions Stir together and store in an airtight container. To make hot chocolate, … Read More about Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix
Crystal Paine is doing a great series on her Money Saving Mom blog titled, “31 Ways to Earn Extra Cash Before Christmas.” I guest posted over there with an article about how we earn money by having food stands in our front yard. You can read the article here.