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Give this super-easy 52-Week savings plan a try, and have an extra $1378 by the end of the year! | The Survival Mom™

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Perfect tip if you are going to have company over or you just want your house smelling amazing. Simply place 2 teaspoons of vanilla into a coffee mug and place in a 300 degree oven for 1 hour.

For clearer skin: take a half lemon from the fridge (doesn’t matter if some juice is already squeezed from it) and put 3-4 drops of honey on it. Rub the lemon on your face, emphasizing trouble areas. Leave the lemon and honey mixture on your face for 5 minutes and then wash it with cold water. You will be able to see the results immediately. Additionally, lemon juice will also fade other marks/spots on the face and honey will moisturize.

Fun idea: If you don't pick something up after one warning, this mom confiscates it and puts it in a "ransom box." The only way you can get it back is to draw a task from the envelope attached to the box lid. Her tasks are hilarious!

You'll spend less when you use cash envelopes! This website has free printable envelopes

Lots of cool, creative activities to do with kids! www.rookiemoms.com

homemade toothpaste! Here's a cheap and much better alternative to commercial toothpaste. Supplies: -5 Tbs baking soda -4 Tbs coconut oil -About 10 drops of essential oil. (I used peppermint) -Container (Make sure it has a lid. Baking soda will absorb smells if left to open air.) -*You can also add a bit of stevia or other natural sweetener if you're used to a sweeter toothpaste.

Make a footprint every year and soon you'll have a path of prints running through the garden, as well as a growth chart.

write down all the cute/funny things your children say and save them in a jar (you could label the jars by the years). awesome. what a gift when they're older!