#CLEMAMA - 3 Ways to a Greener Household

Moms and Dads, it’s time to go green — but how does that happen? Of course, we know to recycle, turn off the lights when we’re not using them and buy organic, but there’s more we can do.

I’m no expert by any means, but I started doing research and found that it can be easy to be green at home. I’ll admit, it’s no secret that convenience and cost sometimes limit us from living a green or organic lifestyle, but I’ve learned there are so many ecologically sound choices that won’t break the bank.


As you read on, you’ll find that these ideas aren’t simply less expensive; they can actually help you put your cold, hard cash back in your pocket.


Let's Go Save at Marc's 8/26-9/1


My hubby and I eat a lot of salads so I was super excited to grab $0.50 croutons this week at Marc’s! Yep, $0.50! Here are all the other deals that I grabbed too. As usually I keep my weekly shopping trip under $25.

Tune in on Friday mornings at 7:45 am to the Len and Sara show on 95.5 The Fish to hear me chat about my weekly shopping trip! As a part of the 95.5 Fish Mom Squad, I’m here to help you save!

(2) Marzetti Croutons, 5 oz pkg – $1.00
$0.50/1 Marzetti Croutons or Salad Topping coupon in  5-17 SS
$0.50/1 Marzetti Croutons or Salad Toppings coupon in 8-16 SS
= $0.50

#CLEMAMA - Disney Planning Made Perfect with Simple Tips

M-i-c … k-e-y … M-o-u-s-e!…..


Did you start singing the song in your head as you read those letters? There’s something magical and happy about those letters and that mouse. That’s why so many families look forward to planning their family trip to Disney World each year. First off, I have to say I got really lucky and married someone just as crazy about Disney as me — my husband and I collectively have been to Disney World nearly 50 times in our lifetimes. We’ve both been going since we were kids with our families, and now we love to take our own children. With four theme parks, two water parks, Downtown Disney and more, planning a Disney trip can seem like a daunting and expensive task — but it doesn’t have to be. Here are 12 tips for a magical and budget-friendly Disney trip, from our family to yours.

1. Use a Disney travel agent.
Disney pays these agents a commission, making them free for you. They give you great tips, in addition to making all your reservations, including hotel, fast pass and dining plus.