When you have a baby, it seems like whipping out the economy size of Purel is the way to go. I’ve been to many homes where there are literally gallons of the stuff just sitting out there waiting to dry your hands, and yes, even germs, out. But here’s the truth about alcohol-based hand sanitizers: they’re terrible for your health and the environment.
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Chicken and waffles is such a popular dish to eat. It’s one that I grew up loving after my parents introduced it to me. Because I like to remix recipes, I started making my kids chicken IN waffles instead of them a side by side thing. And then after having cheese and chives in my waffles during a trip to Orlando, this month I took the remix a little further by adding some cheese too!
As a homeschooling mom of 3, coffee is my best friend. A couple of years ago I stopped using K-Cups because of how much waste they produced and switched to a French Press. I’ve since added a pour-over coffee maker to my caffeine arsenal as well. With how much coffee we go through, having practical uses for the coffee grounds only seemed logical.
When Extreme Couponing came on whatever channel it was on, I, like everyone else, was fully engaged in the show. Watching these people cut coupons then go into a store and rack up a bill that was in the hundreds only to have the store owing them money was amazing to me. During this time it wasn’t in my time budget to coupon clip and look at circulars. But when I was on maternity leave with baby #2, I thought I’d take a stab at it as a means of saving money for my family.