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Poppin’ Tags: Your Guide to Thrift and Consignment in the Seacoast

Let’s talk thrift. Any parent is well aware of how quickly children’s clothing turns over in the average household. If you have a child under the age of two, that cycle is even shorter. Whether it be a growth spurt, unrepairable tears, or excessive stains, some say that the fast-moving fashion industry took it’s cue […]

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Thinking Outside The Gift Box: Birthday Present Ideas For Your Next Kids Party

A significant amount of your time raising children includes hitting the kids’ birthday party circuit HARD.  While you may be on top of your own child’s flavor of the month in toy trends, superhero stars, and cuddly characters, it’s not always easy to keep up with the current obsession of each of their playmates. There’s […]

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The Three Most Important Things Young Families Need to Know About Their Finances: Tips from Zachary Taylor, Financial Expert

I sat down with Zachary Taylor, a financial advisor at Living Legacy Financial Group, Inc. to learn the three most important things young families need to know about their finances. Zachary is in the business of helping people realize their financial potential, but he didn’t start out an expert. In fact, after he graduated from […]

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Ladies’ Night on a Budget: Cheap and Easy Ways to Make Time for Girl Time

We see a lot of articles about date night ideas. Sure, it’s important to carve out alone time with your partner reconnecting and reviving the romance. But what about another aspect of our lives that is often tabled when kids come along: GIRL TIME. While date nights looks different now, girls nights have changed a […]

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Grocery Store Wars: Better Food on a Budget

Everyone has a budget. Thanks to having a larger family, I’m very mindful about our weekly grocery budget. It starts with the sale flyers, a paper version of grocery store wars. I aim to feed my family healthy, quality food, and meals that I’ve planned and prepared. It’s all about better food, on a budget. […]

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