Horsin’ Around With The Great Finish Sweepstakes

Many thanks to Cottonelle® for sponsoring today’s discussion and keeping my family’s bum clean!

Sorry, Divas, I couldn’t help it.

But, seriously, Cottonelle® is a brand that my family uses regularly – especially their flushable cleansing cloths.  My father is a plumber and was the only male in a house of four women – we received lots of lectures on being mindful of what was put down the toilets in our household.

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Yippee!!! Celebrating Successes

Today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z is Yippee!!! Celebrating your successes in budgeting. (It’s a stretch – work with me, Divas!)

For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money.

Taking control of your finances is no easy feat! As we have discussed this month, there are many aspects of our finances that need our attention.

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Divas Day Out – Columbia, South Carolina

Divas Day Out! We all need an opportunity to connect with fellow divas – to learn, grow, and encourage one another.  Last weekend, Divas With A Purpose hosted our first Divas Day Out event in Columbia, South Carolina. It was a wonderful experience and many divas connected on a personal and professional level.

Many thanks to all of the divalicious businesses and women that came out to support Divas Day Out!

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Importance of Changing Your Home’s Air Filters

I received two free air filters for my home from FilterEasy to review their product and services through a partnership with eAccountable.  As always, all opinions shared are 100% mine.

With the increase in energy prices, it’s important to know that there are ways to lower your energy bill, maintain the overall comfort of your home and be energy efficient.

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Teens and Budgeting

Teens and budgeting are today’s topic for Financial Literacy Month 2014: Your Finances from A to Z.

For the month of April, we will be bringing you daily posts centered on our personal finances – saving, making and managing our money.

If you have teenagers, then you know how expensive they are. The old saying that small children need small things and big children need bigger things certainly is true.

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Scattered Links by Michelle Weidenbenner

I received a free copy of Scattered Links written by Melissa Weidenbenner to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours. No other financial compensation was received and, as always, all opinions shared are 100% mine.

Thirteen-year-old Oksana lives on the streets of Russia with her pregnant mama and abusive aunt—both prostitutes. When Mama swells into labor, Oksana makes a decision to save herself from abandonment, a decision that torments her forever.

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Mom’s Night Off Courtesy of Annie’s Frozen Entrees

I received a coupon for a free Annie’s frozen entree courtesy of Influenster.  No other financial compensation was received and, as always, all opinions shared are 100% mine.

Recently, my oldest son has taken great interest in helping with dinner. There are even a few easy dishes he can make from scratch using recipes.  I try to use his time in the kitchen to help with his math skills (doubling recipes or cutting them in half).

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