125+ Healthy Lunch Box Ideas {Printable List}

125+ Healthy Lunch Box Ideas {a printable list} | A Virtuous Woman #lunchbox #backtoschool

  These are foods my own children love! I believe in exposing children to a wide variety of tastes and textures. Lunch time can be difficult. It's easy to get in a rut. I homeschool my children, and I have found that if I "pack" their lunches the night before or first thing in the morning that I save time during our school day. I hope this list helps you in your menu planning. Print this list out and place in the Menu Planning section of your Household Notebook. For even more ideas: By the … [Read more...]

Homeschooling with Amazon Prime

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There are a number of reasons I love being an Amazon Prime member. I shop on Amazon almost every week. The money I save each week on shipping more than pays for my membership fee. I even regularly purchase 25 pound bags of organic spelt flour and get free two day shipping! I buy a lot of the books we use for homeschooling on Amazon - everything from spelling to handwriting to read aloud books to science kits. I buy nature journals, art books, and books for myself. I buy my kids favorite … [Read more...]

Save Money on Laundry Products {Without Using Coupons}

Save Money on Laundry Products Without Using Coupons @ AVirtuousWoman.org

Learn How to Save Money Everyday on Laundry Products Laundry is a fact of life that most of us would rather forget about. It’s easy to toss a jug of laundry detergent or fabric softener in the cart without checking prices, but this is one area where being frugal really pays. While it might seem like it’s only a few dollars here or pennies there, those savings do add up. One way to save money on laundry products is to make your own detergent - in fact this has become quite popular in recent … [Read more...]

ABC’s of Summer Fun {N is for National Parks}

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ABC's of Summer Fun Over the years our family has enjoyed visiting many national parks around the country. We have plans to visit several this summer! On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant established Yellowstone National Park as the country’s first national park, but the National Park Service did not come into existence until 1916. Without a doubt, National Parks are one of America's finest treasures. Americans are so blessed to have these amazing places to visit. There are so … [Read more...]

Saving Money at the Grocery Store

LOTS of ideas for saving money on groceries!

Tips for Saving Money at the Grocery Store In our house, saving money is not an option. It's either sink or swim! Living on a pastor's salary is not easy unless you implement some great money saving strategies. Grocery Shopping is one item in our budget that is flexible - meaning we can spend less if we need or want to. So here are a few tips we use each month when grocery shopping to get the most for our money. [Tweet "Check out these great #tips for saving money at the grocery store. … [Read more...]