Old Fashioned Goulash

Have you ever had old fashioned goulash before? This American Goulash is straight from my childhood, and I know many others grew up on it as well, although there are several different versions. It is the perfect comfort food, and super easy to throw together in the crockpot!I like to top it with shredded cheddar...

Your Wealth, Your Health: How Your Money Can Make You Ill

Photo credit Our health is the most precious thing that we have. Often we don’t realize how important it is, unless we are unfortunate enough to experience a serious illness. When your health is compromised, everything else in your life grinds to a halt. There’s a lot of truth in the old saying ‘health is...

Valentine’s Day Tees for $16.95

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Enter to Win a $250 Amazon Gift Card

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. See disclosure policy. Enter to win a $250 Amazon Gift Card from our friends at Just Free Stuff. Just click on the link below for rules and how to enter. Contest ends January 31, 2018. Just Free Stuff $250 Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

When Your Teen Wants Plastic Surgery…

Image source   So, your teenage daughter has started talking about plastic surgery? She’s not happy with the way she looks, and wants a boob job? She’s hated her nose all of her life, and wants it straightened out? For most parents, this is a conversation they dread having. You love your daughter the way...

Sneaky Ways To Help Your Man’s Health

If there is one thing that can kill a marriage, it’s nagging. Nagging to get chores done, nagging to get the children picked up from school and nagging about health are the top three issues that get talked about when it comes to marital stress. When you’re a single Pringle, it’s easy to concentrate on...

Picking the Right Family PC for Your Needs

Every family should own at least one computer. Whether it’s for general things like purchasing groceries on the internet or doing homework, a computer serves many different functions and should always be around. Of course, you can do these things on a smartphone or tablet, but having a full-sized desktop computer is always appreciated and...

Top 5 of 2017

  It’s the start of the new year, and I always like to look back over the past year and see what worked on the blog and what didn’t. Today I’m sharing my top 5 posts for 2017! 2017 was such a great year! I took a small break to spend time with the kids...

Easy Crockpot Buttery Ranch Chicken

  This Buttery Ranch Chicken recipe is super easy and a go-to in our house! You only need chicken breast, ranch dressing mix, and butter! How easy is that?? I usually serve this over buttery noodles and it’s delicious! Check out more easy recipes in the Recipe Index and be sure to follow Simple Mom...

Bakerly Authentic French Recipe

  Disclosure: This post is in partnership with bakerly. However, all opinions are my own. See disclosure policy. bakerly is a company that makes fresh French snacks such as crêpes, brioches, and other traditional French products. All of their products are entirely free of preservatives, artificial coloring, and flavoring and made with real honest ingredients. I...

Easy Chocolate Pie

 This chocolate pie is rich and creamy, is super easy,  requires no baking! I also made it even easier by using a store-bought pie crust, but feel free to make your own if you like. You can also make a meringue to go on top, that I’m sure would be delicious. Be sure to check...

Encouraging the Love of Reading with DK Books

Disclosure: This post is in partnership with DK and also contains affiliate links. Please see disclosure policy. My love of reading started when I was very young. I remember my parents reading to me and always begging for them to read just one more book! As I got older, I would read on my own...