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Creating (And Sticking To) A Grocery Budget

Sticking to a monthly grocery budget is not my favorite pastime in the world. I’m a stay-at-home mom with three young children. We rely on my husband’s income to keep our family afloat, so I do my best to stick tight to a grocery and meal budget to help with expenses.  I should probably start […]

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Home Schooling in Nashville

As soon as you find out you are pregnant, the questions start. Hospital or home birth? Epidural or natural? Formula or breast milk? And these questions never end! When my first born reached preschool age, my husband and I enrolled her with high hopes of getting a head start on her education. I cried the entire […]

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The Hot Nashville Real Estate Market — And What It Means for Families :: Real Advice from Realtor® Erin Gillespie

We’ve all heard it: the Nashville real estate market is hot. But, how hot? And how does that translate to my family selling our home? First lets talk about the importance of having a Realtor® like Erin Gillespie on your side. Unlike public websites, Realtors® have access to accurate, minute-by-minute information. This is extremely important […]

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5 Tips for a Banging Birthday Party on a Budget

A couple years ago, a well-known site conducted a voluntary poll asking parents how much they spent on their child’s first birthday party. The answer might surprise you. The overwhelming majority said more than $500. If you’re ramping up for your little one’s first birthday (or any other birthday, really!), and want to avoid that kind of price […]

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