Have You Noticed?

I see my views continue to grow, yet I’m no longer posting here! (Yes except this one)
My blog has found a new home and I’ve been transferring these blogs to that one. SO this one is getting smaller as I take them away. Please check out and subscribe or bookmark my NEW blog page:
http://healthymoneymom.blogspot.com/

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Missing Out?

Do you feel like you’re missing out? Haven’t seen anything new here? You are missing out! Please add my NEW blog site to your favorites and forget this one. I am slowing deleting blogs that I move over, so this will have less for you to see, and more for you to miss on the new site. If you haven’t tried the NEW site, you’re missing out because I’ve posted new blogs besides just moving these!
Go now:
http://healthymoneymom.blogspot.com/

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Haven’t Checked Out the New Spot?

My counter continues to rise on this site though I haven’t been adding to it. My new home is
http://healthymoneymom.blogspot.com
Please check me out there! Add the new spot to your ‘favorites’ and subscribe (scroll to bottom) for all the new news.
Thanks ye faithfuls!

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Moving Time

Well its official. I’m moving. Trying out a new site home. Please give it a try and I will be moving these past blogs over. It will take some time for the adjustment, but please note my new home
http://healthymoneymom.blogspot.com/
See you there!

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Financial Advice

Perhaps a good thing that the financial advise I have for you today is not actually from me, but a website with plenty of resources of differing topics and types. I encourage you to check it out when you have a chance, and bookmark it as it will take you multiple views to watch the videos as well as download the written resources.
http://www.saddleback.com/webcast/financialseminar/
Give it a try and see if you don’t get anything out of it.
And a big thanks to my home church Saddleback Church of Lake Forest for providing us with this great information at such an important time.

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Who Says Money Doesn’t Grow On Trees?

Even if you have just a small patio and think your thumb is far from green, with a little dilligence you can grow some items that you may want on hand, would love to use over and over (without paying over and over), and control the environment- i.e. organic! Yes YOU can grow simple plants and provide yourself with some great items to cook with. I suggest tomatoes and herbs. Grow some basil and you’ll always have it on hand. I love tomatoes and would add them to lots of things if they were always available to me. I can’t wait until my tomato plant turns those flowers into fruits.
Just be sure to read the descriptions before buying- there are lots of different kinds of tomatoes, read the planting tips, water daily, and I also recommend a non-plastic planting pot if you need to use pots like I do.
By spending just a few dollars (these plants really are around $3 at convenient places like Target and Walmart), you’ll be growing organic food for yourself with an unlimited amount of yield, helping replenish oxygen in the air, and making your home environment a little nicer. Who doesn’t like looking at a happy plant? Especially one that is practically growing you money. So who says money doesn’t grow on trees? (and little plants too)

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Zoomars Petting Zoo

If you live in the Orange County area and you have young children, you must take them on a family outing to Zoomars petting zoo in San Juan Capistrano. You can even take the train there as the station is basically across the street! Zoomars is open every day of the year from 10 am to 5 pm. and general admission is only $5. There are activities for additional costs, but nothing is very expensive. Pony rides take children around the back end of the little farm, past an amazing collection of birds. Families can pet goats, bunnies, and guinea pigs. And when I say pet, I mean you get right in there with them and pet them right on your lap if you’re gentle! (difficult with goats- wink) Veggie stick baskets are available for a couple bucks so kids can feed all the animals they encounter – also including some very hairy beasts- I think llamas, or alpacas, can’t remember now. There’s a huge tortoise, a cow, a very large collection of exotic birds. A little train offers rides, and a playground allows for energetic playtime.
A very family friendly little farm, they often have seasonal events as well, such as a pumpkin patch, or visits with Santa.
Definitely an animal encounter to experience.
31791 Los Rios St. San Juan Capistrano ~949-831-6550
http://www.zoomars.com

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