How to Shop Smarter

Become a Smart Shopper today.  This is the day to join one of the BEST opportunities around.  Today is the day to get HUGE discounts on everyday products.     Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial Instantly watch thousands of movies and TV episodes Borrow Kindle books Get unlimited FREE two-day shipping (no minimum order) Stream Movies for FREE on your laptop or mobile device Get Prime Pantry items shipped to your door for FREE Why not capitalize on your […]

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Amazon Prime Day July 12

On July 12th, Amazon Prime members will have an all-access pass to the best deals on the web—and you could be one of them. When you add Amazon Prime to your Sprint account, you get 60 days on us. After that, it’s just $10.99/mo.** No up-front fees and no annual obligations. Rest easy knowing that you can cancel at any time. Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial Membership program offers special benefits for just $99 per year: * Instantly watch […]

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10 ways to stay healthy and germ free

Healthy and Germ Free We encounter millions and billions of germs every day.  We can’t get away from those pesky germs.  We have come to realize that we can’t stay in a bubble all of our lives; therefore, we must do something to help combat sicknesses that germs can cause. Germs are located on everything.  Have you ever thought about walking outside every day on the ground where people spit and do other unmentionables?  Then what do we do?  We walk into our homes with our […]

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Being Normal is not an option

Often times we try to fit in with our friends or co-workers. Everyone wants to be liked to some degree.  It’s not just our kids that want to fit in, if we take a moment and be honest with ourselves, we may admit that we want to be liked too.       How many times have you posted something on Facebook to go back several times to see how many likes that photo or post received? It doesn’t go unnoticed — some […]

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When Should You Mail Graduation Invitations

High schools and colleges limit the number of visitors a student may invite to commencement because of space.  Announcements should be sent to close family and friends who would otherwise be invited to the ceremony.  Include these individuals at other festivities that take place such as parties, luncheons, etc. It is also important to send to friends and family who are too far away to join in the fun, to share the good news of your accomplishment. How to Address the […]

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Portable Scanner

A couple months ago, I purchased a portable scanner (Epson Workforce DS-30 Portable Document & Image Scanner) so that I can get rid of a lot of paper in my home office.  Paper is the main culprit of all my clutter.  Finding ways to get rid of and cut down on paper, my office will look much better.  In fact, my hubby will be a happier camper if he didn’t have to see a mound of paper every day. I continued my research for a good scanner.  I […]

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Leap Year Sales

This is a slow time of year for a lot of businesses so they are finding new ways to bring in new and repeat customers.  You can capitalize on this day that comes once every 4 years too. Today is officially Leap Day, or February 29,and the deals are rolling in. If you’re one of the lucky people with a February 29 birthday, there are some great steals for you (most require a photo I.D.) KrispyKreme enjoy a 2nd Original Glazed dozen for $2.29 […]

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How to Avoid Bank Fees

Everyone has gone through the dreadful bank fee situations. Banks are charging more and more money every few years or so with bank fees. These fees are a billion dollar industry to the banks. The banks love them – and we would like to cast them (the fees) into the sea never to return again. It seems like every action we take is subject to some kind of fee. It like we can turn the corner without some new fee coming […]

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Upcoming Deadline for FAFSA

Hey Moms, We want to help you all stay on top of your FAFSA applications so you can get the monies your child needs to further their education. Filing for FAFSA can seem like a grueling process, but it’s not that bad if you have a little extra help. What is FAFSA ?  Free Application for Federal Student Aid That’s it.  If you are thinking of going to a higher institution of learning then you are going to NEED to […]

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Calculating College GPA

There are times throughout your high school and/or college career that you will want or need to calculate your GPA.  Moms on the Go will be delivering your awesome methods to assist you and your child with your college career path.     Calculating your GPA is straightforward, simply enter in the number of credits you have received and the calculator will automatically calculate your GPA for you. Improving your GPA can be done by organizing your study, taking solid […]

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Thanking

Thanking doesn’t require much thinking. It’s simply expressing appreciation. It is gratitude with an attitude. It is a gift both to sender and to the receiver. Thanking sends a positive spin toward all it eventually touches. Thanking begins with an overflowing heart. One that is grateful for the little and that much more for the big. Thanking is cultivated out of the soil of humility. It treats each breath as a gift. It looks at trials as an opportunity to […]

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