Vacation in my mind: quiet beach… toes in the sand…cold drink in hand. Vacation in reality…hours of planning, three car seats across the backseat, and … Read more
Category: Fourganic Fundamentals
We’re showing you time, money and sanity-saving tools. That’s the fundamental philosophy of Fourganic Sisters. In posts in this category, you’ll see a mix of ways to save time and money by budgeting wisely, meal planning, and making the most out of seasonal ingredients.
We’ll give you tools to save money. You’ll see up-to-date organic prices at our favorite affordable grocery stores. At Fourganic Sisters, we’ll also show you how to use seasonal produce to make your grocery budget work smarter.
Need tools to save your sanity with kids? Snacks. The answer is always snacks :) We’ll show you healthy snacks to keep in your purse or diaper bag. You’ll also find healthy options to stash in the car. When hanger strikes and you’re empty-handed, we’ll show you the best choices.
Finally, we’ll share products, hacks and tools that save you time. Whether you’re in the thick of newborn and/or toddler sleep deprivation, sending kids off to school for the first time, navigating teens/tweens, dealing with an empty nest, or just living your best life in another other capacity, the business of being “busy” affects us all!
We definitely don’t claim to know it all or have it all together. (Do any of us, really?!) However, since becoming moms, having like-minded (or at least respectful-of other’s opinions-minded) friends to go through this journey with has been everything.
Hopefully you can use these time, money and sanity-saving tools to help give you even a few dollars, minutes, or “me”-time back in your life.
You may be a veteran Kroger shopper who knows all the tips and tricks on how to score the best deal. If so, this post may be old news to you. If you’re new to “Krogering”, here’s a quick overview on how to get the most bang for your buck.
Ideas for healthy snacks on the go. (Diaper bag or purse-friendly)
For most frugal families, planning your meals is essential to saving money and reducing waste in your kitchen. Find out three simple ways to make a food budget that fits your family’s needs.