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Thanksgiving Traditions to Start With Your Teens

Here are some Thanksgiving traditions to start with your teens to ensure they understand the spirit behind this important holiday.

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Three Things to Bring on a Road Trip – Always

This post was made in partnership with Kleenex® Wet Wipes. All opinions my own. We travel a lot as a family, and sometimes getting to our destination is hard work. Often we find ourselves schlepping luggage to the car, getting everyone on the road without losing something, and attempting to reach our destination in one…

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Learning About the Different Cuts of Steak

We’ve been all about learning the different cuts of steak. Not sure about you, but we did not realize the nuances between one cut of steak from another.

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Wooden Watches A Favorite Fall Accessory

Wooden watches are a favorite fall accessory for both men and women, and we’re adding to our collection with JORD watches.

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Halloween at Our House is a Thing

Halloween at our house is a Thing, and always has been. Since the kids were babies, we’ve hosted a big Halloween party at our house and it gets rowdier every year. As the kids have grown, the candy frenzy has died down but the tradition lives on. The tradition of Halloween celebrations morphs and changes,…

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Gifting With Easy-To-Use Happy Cards, Everybody Wins!

A darn good idea, these Happy Cards. By bundling like brands together on one gift card, Happy Cards create gifting opportunities for people like us that don’t quite know what to get someone.

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Disney’s Aladdin Trailer: Live Action Version

ur family CAN.NOT.WAIT. until Disney’s live action reboot of Aladdin hits the theaters May 24th, 2019. In the meantime, we’ll have to be satisfied with this early teaser trailer.

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Envisioning Retirement: We’re Already Planning!

Whether you’re 35, 55 or 75, those healthcare costs in retirement can hit you hard. The last thing Triton and I want to be worried about is health insurance, and particularly vision care insurance.

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