The Home Office Tax Advantage

Whether you rent or own, if you work from home you need to know about the home office tax advantage. It can potentially reduce your tax burden! Last week I shared an article to help those considering working from home with that decision. Today, I’ll share the tax advantages of having a home office from […]

Is Working from Home Right for You?

I can’t tell you how often people tell me they wish they could work from home. Since having my kids in the 90s, I’ve worked from home. For a few years after my youngest started school I had a part-time job during school hours, but then we moved to the country and I decided to […]

Blogging 101: How Loving the Home Life was Born

Blogging 101 gives a behind the scenes look at the creation of a blog and a review of the tutorial Building a Framework that made its existence possible. I was just looking for a way to self-publish a book. Blogging wasn’t even on my radar. It was January 2018 and I was glad for the […]

Cashback Apps: Which Ones Work Best?

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Of all the cashback apps, which ones work best? Kay reviews four top cashback apps to help you determine which ones are right for you. Cashback apps are a great resource for the frugal shopper. Couponing is now digital and easier than ever. There are numerous cashback apps available in the App Store. Which ones […]

Busy Week? Make Carnitas!

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This post contains affiliate links. Read disclosure here. You start with a pork butt roast. I don’t know why this cut of pork is called butt roast. It’s cut from the shoulder. It is also called pork shoulder roast. I live in Iowa and see lots of pigs. Their butts are not on their shoulders. […]