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General Mills "Feeding Better Futures" Scholars Program Seeks Youth Applicants Thru March 5th

General Mills launched the "Feeding Better Futures Scholars Program" in January, which seeks youth to share their ideas to help solve the challenges of feeding our growing world population. 

Feeding Better Futures will address hunger relief and sustainable agriculture issues by championing the bright ideas of today's youth. Youth are being asked to pitch their brilliant ideas for the opportunity to present their solutions at the Aspen Ideas Festival. This also means being partnered with industry mentors and earning up to $50,000 for their program and their education. 

Pretty neat, right? Absolutely. 

While I do not have children in the appropriate age demographic, I know many of you DO! Let those children shine. You have a little over five days to get the ideas in, kids. Parents -- encourage those little (BIG) brains to think critically and then enter the program. We're in this together! Good luck! I cannot wait to see the ideas which blossom from this meeting of young minds!

Disclosure: I partnered with General Mills to get the word out about this amazing program for kids. All opinions are my own and I was provided modest consideration by the brand for my effort to help spread the word, but my enthusiastic support of solving world problems with bright young minds is 100% my own.


This is a sponsored post.  All opinions are 100% mine. I am a Dosh insider and this article is one of several in a series that will document my experience using the app this year. This article contains my affiliate link for Dosh. If you click through to check out Dosh, it costs you nothing. I may receive a small commission, which goes towards website up-keep.

Here's your monthly update on the Dosh App!!! If you've been reading for the last few months, you know I'm an insider for DOSH (Beta version) and I've been sharing the best deals and tips for using the app, especially as it relates to travel to get cash back. Well, this update is super relevant to getting money for the trips you DO take, to well, pay for the trips you WANT to take! It's the DOSH Cash Back Multiplier and it can make a big difference in how you save!


Here's what you're going to do: sign up for the FREE DOSH APP. You can see online deals and "nearby" deals for more local businesses to patronize with your business while getting your cash back. There's your cash back % -- but it's also an opportunity to earn 10x regular cash back!!! Wanna know how easy it is? I know you do! Haha!
All you need to do is make your purchase from a participating online merchant or brick and mortar, and then SHARE on Twitter or Facebook! The deal is UP TO 10x more than the regular cash back amount! Some of the deals and promotions I share have an expiration -- this one is not planned to go away. I've verified it at the time of publication with DOSH folks personally. 

The Dosh Cash Back Multiplier became "a thing" in October and I hadn't paid a ton of attention. Boy am I bummed that I haven't been sharing my savings! Yikes! Missed opportunity! So, now I'm sharing it with you, hoping to see some mad savings come your way too!
So, in review -- sign up for this FREE app to save on travel (or just many of your regular purchases) and for a bonus, use your travel rewards card as the linked card. You'll be double dipping in a way, getting your rewards and your cash back too! Then, share your savings and reap the extra rewards. It's so easy!
I'd LOVE to hear how you've been saving with DOSH! Comment below with your best savings and tips for others to maximize this awesome money saving cash back app!

Get $25 for Booking a Room with DOSH (an easy money-saving travel app)

I'm a DO$H insider. This post was sponsored in a partnership with DO$H. All opinions are my own. 

A New Year of Travel 

Who is busy planning their year of travel? Personally, I'm looking for a warmer escape and possibly a chill-out break to recover from planning and running Cub Scout meetings, taking minutes for the PTO, and the emotional toll of accepting a pretty full-time job again. For the first time in YEARS!

Well, there's a million reasons to book a vacation mid-winter and a great reason is to save for your SUMMER vacation. That's right. Go on vacation to pay for your next vacation!!

This little travel bonus is $25.00 (nearly) free and clear, just for staying at a hotel. You're doing it anyway, so why not reap the extra reward AND the cash back? And probably those travel rewards points from the card which you booked with as well! Cha-ching! This offer is only good for your first hotel booking. 

Save for Vacation, While on Vacation

Yes, it's a bold move. The stuff you book and spend while on vacation will earn you cash back with the DOSH app, thus, paying toward your next foray! In a long weekend or a week-long getaway, you could make a few hundred dollars in cash back with DOSH! Depending on how much you book and where you stay, it could mean your entire next vacation will be subsidized by your smart money-saving savvy! Aren't you clever!?

When You Mean Business

^^See that Pro Tip? What a grand idea! Take it a step further and book a retreat or meeting for your company! Planning the event can really pad the DOSH rewards wallet! Do make sure you're not violating any company policies first! (This may not be a great idea for say, federal employee travel!) But, in many cases, this will be a great travel hack to garner more cash back! And, you're helping out your work buddies, too! 

I'm a DO$H insider. This post was sponsored in a partnership with DO$H. All opinions are my own. 

Planning a Year of Savings with the DOSH App

Planning with the DOSH App for the New Year 

When it comes to cash back I don't do coupons and clipping and Sunday papers. I like being able to save where I'm already cashing in on points with cards I'm already using. I also like having goals in mind with my savings -- as an incentive to keep earning. So, 'tis the season for saving as we ring in the new year! Here are a few places where you probably already spend money (likely with your reward cards) where you can get mega cash back.

Kate Spade – 5.2% Cash Back
Hobby Lobby – 3% Cash Back
National Geographic Online Store – 6% Cash Back
Bed Bath & Beyond – 7.5% Cash Back
Merrell – 5.2% Cash Back
Sephora – 3.8% Cash Back
Big Lots – 3% Cash Back
Zoobooks Magazine – Up to 26.2% Cash Back
Target – 1.5% Cash Back
Walmart – 3% Cash Back
Shop Disney – 2.2% Cash Back Max

A Year of Saving Money with DOSH 

Now, imagine if you will, putting a plan in motion which will be easier to stick with than a new Pilates routine or a juicing diet. Just write down some of the places where you always spend money and turn that money spent into cash back by using the DOSH app for those purchases. Think of how a YEAR of 2%-25% back could add up on everyday purchases! That's a resolution worth making!

I know I've spent half of 2017 talking about saving serious $$$ with the DOSH app. And I plan to continue trying to share this awesome cash back app with you in 2018. So have you signed up? I sure hope so! I'd love to know about the ways you've used the app in your everyday life and spending to maximize your savings. Tell me you plan for the new year and what you're saving up for!

Disclosure: I received compensation from DOSH for creating the content in this post. All opinions are my own!

Around the World with Yogurt - Holiday Traditions in Ethnic Cuisine with Stonyfield Organic + Recipe

In my family, we always had holiday dinner at precisely 1:00 p.m. No exceptions. We'd begin with a very short, recited prayer. The kids would sit in the kitchen, while the adults and older cousins with elevated privilege to sit and eat in the carpeted dining room would join the masses at the larger oak table. If it was Thanksgiving, forget the parade, the Lions game would be on, guaranteed.

I loved these traditions, however small each detail was. I still come to expect my holiday dinner invitations, no matter the season, to include a 1:00 p.m. start time. However, now that I'm adulting in my own home, I have decidedly different traditions taking shape.

Holidays with a World View

I've taken to the idea (sometimes to my family's dismay) of trying a new recipe and learning about a new culture whenever we sit down for a holiday feast. No matter what I decide to make, it's nice to know I almost always have a tub of Stonyfield organic yogurt on hand to make use of in my recipes, making things just a little healthier and feeling good about the fact that the source of the ingredients won't be harming the earth. There are so many talking points when we approach holiday meals like this! From culture to environmental stewardship...the places the kids take it from there is just as adventurous!

Last year for our New Year's Eve meal, we dug out our pictures from our epic 33 day road trip to Alaska and had King Crab flown in from Tracy's Crab Shack along with some smoked salmon. We talked about all of our adventures and a little about tide pools. While this was not a real cultural unveiling, it was a nice way to reflect on good times as a family.

This year, we're traveling (if vicariously through spices and food) to the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. This is a really easy recipe, using simple ingredients like good-for-you yogurt and spices, paired with fresh veggies and fruit. It's nearly effortless and full of flavor!

Tandoori Chicken with Mango [Chutney] or Fresh Fruit Salad

Chicken tandoori is really just chicken marinated in yogurt, citrus and spices before being prepared -- in my case, baked then broiled. The tandoor, the namesake of the dish is an oven where it is traditionally cooked in the Punjab region of India and Pakistan. I had every intent of making mango chutney to serve alongside, but I didn't have all I needed to make it, and as life sometimes just keeps chugging even when you have other plans, the kids got illnesses and my time became limited. So instead, I did a lime/mango fresh fruit salad on the side and they LOVED it. And we won't be getting scurvy anytime soon with all that citrus! Ha! We also served it with spelt and barley grains and steamed green beans -- which makes it Indian fusion I guess, but it's what the family wanted!


This year, I really wanted the kids to like what I made without much fuss since they were sick, so not only did I let them help, BUT I eliminated some of the heat from most Tandoori Chicken recipes -- so this one didn't have the ginger, though it called for it.


Make a few drummies with Italian dressing. It looks similar but is so mild, just in case the kids decide Indian is too flavorful. OR, don't even tell them, and then they'll think they like it, so next time you serve it they may not complain! It's worth a shot! 


Bake for 45 minutes, turning once, chicken skin should be getting crisp. Cook thoroughly. 
(I used a baking dish instead of the racks, because I hate cleaning my oven. So there was a bit of juice created and thus I had to drain it off when I turned the meat.) 
Servings: 12 drumsticks
Prep Time: 20 Minutes
Bake Time: 1 Hour

Recipe Ingredients 

1 tablespoon paprika
1 tablespoon curry powder 
1 tablespoon ground cumin
1 tablespoon ground coriander
1/2 teaspoon ground tumeric
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 
4 garlic cloves [use garlic press for ease]
Zest and juice from one lime 
1/4 cup EVOO
2 teaspoons salt
12 chicken drumsticks 
2-3 fresh mangoes- sliced, 1-2 fresh limes - wedged


Mix the ingredients in a bowl, pour onto chicken in a gallon-sized plastic bag. Put in the fridge a few hours to one night before baking. 

Preheat the oven to 450°F. 

Line a baking sheet with heavy duty aluminum foil and place a cooking rack on top. (This is where I just used a glass baking dish, uncovered.) Put the drumsticks in and cover with the spicy marinade mixture. 

Roast for 45 minutes, turning once halfway, until the chicken is sort of crispy, brown and cooked through. This may set off smoke alarms, as it will start to char a bit. (If not now, then for sure when you broil in the next step!) 

Turn on the broiler for 3-5 minutes, until chicken is slightly charred and has crisp skin.

Serve with grains and a fresh vegetable. We loved having mango and lime slices to cleanse our palates a bit and for a fruity zing to offset the heat of the chicken. 

Enjoy! Make sure to talk to your kids about the Tandoor oven. They may like a YouTube video which shows what it looks like to cook with this type of traditional oven.

Disclosure: I am a Stonyfield writer and affiliate. This post was sponsored by Stonyfield in partnership with the company. I was compensated. The thoughts expressed are my own. 

DOSH Money-Saving App Limited Time Cash Back Offer

I'm a DO$H insider. This post was sponsored in a partnership with DO$H. All opinions are my own. 

DO$H Rewards for the Holiday Season 

Save money this holiday season on the purchases you make from Cyber Monday to the experiences you have gifted and will embark upon now through the New Year. DOSH has a great incentive going on now for just a few more days to help line your wallet with a little more green. 

Referral Bonus $

From now until 12/1, Dosh is giving $15 to any user who signs up new users. That means for each person you refer, you get $15 just for them downloading the app and adding a card. They will also give $5 to each referred person who then links their card. There is no cap on the amount of people you can refer. 

Please Note (and tell your friends) -- The $15 offer is ONLY good IF the referred user links a card.

$15 adds up fast! I know if just a few friends sign up I can roll that wallet love into a mini-vacation when the snow starts to wear on me! It can be an extra night out or it can mean ordering the lobster instead of the Linguine! Send your referral link to your friends, make sure they link a card, and then you both get to reap the rewards!

Hurry! Ends December 1st! 

I'm a DO$H insider. This post was sponsored in a partnership with DO$H. All opinions are my own. 

If Sam's Club is Your Jam, Get the DOSH App!

*Sponsored Content* to follow, but rest assured, it will be awesome!*

Cash back app DO$H -- an in-house fave here--has just added Sam’s Club the list of retailers and wholesale stores who accept the money-back app. So, if you're a Sam's member, this means that you can start earning an extra 2% back when you shop at Sam’s Club locations, in-store only. Now that's good news! Stock up!

Note: A membership is required at Sam's Club for earning 2% back (or even being able to get your shopping done!) So, consider finding a Groupon or a Living Social offer when memberships come up and GO FOR IT! The great news? There are currently no plans to take this offer away! 

Other new offers that are also pretty exciting include the following retailers and restaurants:

Forever 21 - 5% (in-store) 
Cost Plus World Market - 2% (in-store), 4% (online)

Denny's - 10% (in-store)

How You Can Save at Sam's Club and Elsewhere

Start by connecting your credit & debit cards to the Dosh cash back app. Only Visa, Mastercard and Amex are supported at this time (the time of posting.) Then use the cards for purchases at verified Dosh partners and get cash back. No coupons. No high-minimum cash outs. No fuss. No muss. Just cash back from purchases at merchants you already patronize. We particularly love watching the DO$H wallet grow in the travel realm-- Dosh has a section for booking hotels, car rentals and tons of restaurants for your next vacation!

I'm a DO$H insider. This post was sponsored in a partnership with DO$H. All opinions are my own. 

DOSH App: Save Money on Your Favorites in Travel, Dining, and Shopping Every Day

You may have seen how I like to be a thrifty shopper in one of my latest articles -- all about my favorite consignment shop -- if not, read that as soon as you're through here, because I'm saving LOADS of money there too! 
Now, back to DOSH -- this app has me getting $$$ back on so many of the things I already purchase (and get deals on) -- yes, cash on top of savings. Cha-ching! It's one of those things I can "handle" on my busy mom balancing schedule. Why? Because it's a no-brainer. It takes about a minute to get the app and connect your cards. Not only do you get paid to connect cards and join, you start seeing cash coming in quickly. Even better? You don't have to wait for high cash-out minimums -- just $15 in cash-back and you can decide if you want that money or if you want to keep building it in your account, or if you want to donate to your favorite charity. So simple!

Doubling Up Savings 

If you're a points-minded person, you already use your favorite earning cards for your dining, travel, groceries, etc. Wherever you can, you're using your best points card, right? Well, imagine a world where you're using the same card, but getting a percentage of your purchase back in cash, along with the points you earn. That world is the one you will live in when you use DOSH. simple!
I like shopping local, and eating local -- DOSH will show you the participating stores, hotels, restaurants, etc. in your area when you search and you can choose where to patronize and where to save! 

Couponers, Rejoice!

Like the Sunday paper? Or Target's Cartwheel app maybe? Coupon clipper through and through? (I think that's still a thing, right? We still have paper coupons in the middle of nowhere here in the Midwest, and I still proudly hand over a fistful!) However, sometimes, not having to work for your cash back is best. DOSH doesn't need to scan any barcodes, there's no paper coupons exchanged (and bonus: no litter created or recycling needed!), no promo codes, no mail-in rebate programs. None of it. It's just there when you create an account, connect your cards, and start getting your cash back.

Check in, Cash out

Y'all know I love to travel. My suitcase is nearly always packed. If I'm not on the road, I'm planning the next trip. Check out the hotel offerings in your DOSH area -- you can change the location or use the default -- Chicago, New York, etc. The app clearly shows you what the DOSH rate is for check in and how much cash you'll get back in the transaction. So, again, the points/miles, the savings, and the cash back. You know how much better those soft, white hotel linens feel when you're getting paid a little bit of cash back to be there? Pretty good. If you don't believe me, plan a getaway for the weekend and watch the "Congrats! You've got $XYZ from a DOSH Merchant" messages stack up!
Download the app. Tell me how your savings are rolling in. All you have to lose is the money you're not getting back right now...

Disclosure: I'm a DOSH influencer. All opinions are my own. 

Every Mile Mattered ~ Nichole Nordeman

I remember being too busy to get my video clip in for Nichole Nordeman's "Slow Down" video. Then, my MUMS group played the video one day and it was so moving to hear and see all the videos of fellow writers and bloggers set to the sound. I was REALLY sad I'd missed putting my child's tender moments to music (which I know I COULD do in iMovie or something, but NEVER will!)

So, when I got the chance to preview her newest album, "Every Mile Mattered" -- I knew I loved her voice and wanted to hear more! I wasn't passing it up this time! 

I really like the tracks "Lean" and "Dear Me" but the title track "Every Mile Mattered" has hit me closest to home lately. It's absolutely telling of where I have been in my life and as with the draw of music in general, it's cathartic to hear emotions set to beautiful sound. And, since I'm no poet, hearing what I was feeling sung eloquently was even more satisfying. Nichole's voice is ethereal and really puts me in a Zen place.

For more on Nichole Nordeman:

Official website –
Buy links – ITunes

She has a book “SLOW DOWN” coming out in August, pre-order here: .

Check out Nichole’s blog and sign up for newsletters!

Disclosure: I was given a complimentary CD as a FlyBy Promotions influencer.

Should You Charge a Friend? A Question from a Cleaning Lady

I'm a stay at home mom. That means, very little "side hustle" income opportunities. So, I have a friend who needed some cleaning done. He was going to hire someone to do it, and I wanted to take a stab at it. He said he'd pay me. So, two days of scrubbing and cleaning all the bachelor evidence out of his house. Fridge. Floors. Under the beds. Floors again (like eight times.) It was a lot of work, but I felt good helping a friend. He paid me, but I charged him less than the going rate -- about $8 less per hour than I'd charge a random client.

My question to you is....DO YOU EVER ENGAGE IN MONETARY TRANSACTIONS WITH FRIENDS?? Would you charge your regular rate? Would you do it for free!? I'm curious!

I also have a secondary thought on this -- it's been my MO since I was a teen, working as a weekend housekeeping attendant at a local resort. I LOVED cleaning the cabins. It was fun to get to know the fishermen and they always left a great tip. But it was also fun to clean the cabins which were relatively bare to begin with. Fast forward to present day? I LOATHE cleaning my house. Cleaning up after three little piggies lost it's appeal almost instantly and de-cluttering is the bane of my existence. I could have really used this Ozeri INSTAVAC Earth Green Nesting Food Storage Container set while figuring out what to do with the 637 lids which fit no container in the kitchen! It's a great idea for bachelor organization OR getting my own family a little more organized in the kitchen! I'll be excited to tell you about it in my upcoming review. 

Do you have the same issue? Loving to help others clean but hating swamping out your own pigsty!?

This post was prompted by an offer to review a complimentary set on my site, but I had this legitimate dilemma just last week. So, it seemed like a fun topic for me to discuss with you guys! All opinions are my own. 

Never Go Shopping with Kids Again -- Even for Back to School!

I used to relish the idea of shopping -- trying things on, whiling away about three or four hours going from retail store to boutique and perhaps even for a pretzel or smoothie at the food court. After two kids and several hundred public tantrums, I care very little for shopping outside the home with my children in tow. Worse yet, if my husband is watching them, I always feel rushed and thus do not enjoy my time in the aisles either. However, I've found the Holy Grail of online shopping and I'm addicted. (In the best, healthiest way possible!) - The Largest Online Consignment and Thrift Store

I've been using for a while now -- almost a year -- and they've been around for FIVE years--when I got the opportunity to work with them, I couldn't resist! I cannot believe I didn't know about the site sooner, which is why I'm excited to share it with all of you. It's seriously the best thing in shopping -- even better than Amazon Prime and you KNOW I love my Prime!

The End of the Mall

I have never been a complete mall rat. I grew up without a mall -- and the mall we did have was 75% Menards and the rest was Kmart, Fashion Bug and Maurices way back in the 90s. So I didn't feel a deep desire to rush over there, even when I could find a ride to go 20 miles for the trip.

I'm not a shoe addict. I don't keep up with all the latest trends and fast fashion. I did have a phase where I loved shows like America's Next Top Model -- but other than that, I'm no fashionista. However, starting in college -- I did enjoy an outing every few weeks to try things on and walk around, maybe grab a smoothie at the food court and make a few purchases. I'd not only hit my steps like a boss at the mall, I'd also find it was an enjoyable day IN when it was raining or if I had an event coming up I wanted to freshen up for.

You want to know what made this less relaxing and suddenly hellish? Bringing kids.

School Clothes for Kids, On the Cheap

I've tried garage sales. It seems in 750 open doors and driveways, I find EVERY sale with girls items. It's rare to hit "boy sales" and so after an exhaustive day of striking out (unless I wanted a 2T dress...then I was in business!) I would go home with a stray pair of jeans or a few shirts and feel like the day was mostly wasted.

Consignment stores (in my area) are hit or miss too. Some have virtually NO expectations for what people can bring to sell and it shows (and smells, at times.) It's also time-consuming digging through the racks and racks of stacked-in, packed-in clothing. Again I'd feel like only once in a while would I strike proverbial gold with a find.

There are Facebook sales groups, sure. But who wants to meet in the back alley with a stranger? Nope. Not me.

With just a few cousins, we didn't even have the hand-me-down card to play.

Still wanting to save, I FINALLY found

Why ROCKS for kids school clothes shopping this back to school season:

- Shop in your yoga pants with a huge mug of coffee
- create email search alerts for your kids' size and style
- tons of sales and promo codes to save EVEN MORE money
- name brands at HUGE discounts
- New With Tags items everywhere
- returns are easy - try it on, send it back, keep it (all easier than even two minutes in a store with kids!)

You can even score backpacks, books, accessories, outerwear, and socks. There are very few limits on what you can find (we even found a few toys which were hard to find in stores because they were from an older cartoon movie!) ships to you and each box comes with individually wrapped goodness for the whole family. It's easy, safe, and saves time (and tons of money.) Yes, this is my new thrifting haven -- shopping at the largest consignment site on the web!

What are you looking to save on this season? Have you tried If you haven't, I'd love for you to try it and use this link to save 20% on your first purchase! 

Disclosure: I was commissioned by in a partnership to produce this article. All opinions are my own. 

Let the Money Roll Back in with Easy Cash Back and the DOSH App

This post is sponsored by Dosh but all opinions are my own. 

Everyone likes a good deal. And, if you've been around here very long, you know I'm not a crazy coupon lady. I am the scatterbrained chill mom who sometimes manages to clip the coupons AND bring them to the store AND pull them out at the checkout line. For that, Mercury needs to be in retrograde or something, I'm sure. It's great for those who have mastered this skill -- but for me, it's time consuming and it doesn't come naturally nor does my rural selection of three stores lend itself to success in the couponing world. That doesn't mean I don't want to save money though!

That's why I have been loving DOSH -- remember, that newish app I mentioned in this post a few weeks ago? Well, I've been able to play with it a little more, and I can vouch for the fact that it's NOT like couponing at all. It's SO easy. Effortless, really.

I'm going to put it out there plainly -- I'm not really an app kid. I've been steadfast in my resistance to pounce on the latest trends and tech, and that includes all the apps like ibotta and even Target's Cartwheel (which I've used a few times successfully.) Again in a real-life example, I'd rather use my Red Card and save small and steady on EVERYTHING than spend my precious (read: priceless) time hunting for the coupons, apps, and deals for each specific purchase I make. 

This is precisely why I like DOSH. It is an app which gives me cash back on things I already do and purchase. Namely, restaurants, airfare, and hotels, to satiate my travel bug. We have a few cards which give us rewards or points or some kind of kickback (generally travel-related as well) and with DOSH I can have my points and some cash too -- it's like having your cake and your ice cream and eating both unabashedly!

Frankly, I almost NEVER give emails reaching out about apps a second look. I just don't want to waste more time learning new versions of old apps. Sorry. I spend enough time between work with three screens, my phone, my iPad, and my laptop plus television to not need an excuse to have more screen time. But DOSH seemed different and unique and something even I could pick up easily! So, I checked it out. I'm so glad the folks at DOSH reached out to me!

Sign up -- it's a FREE app and if you don't mind, I'd love for you to use my referral link (HERE) because I will get a small kickback, which ultimately keeps me posting and finding fun things to share with you! I greatly appreciate your support in these small ways! There isn't much to it - sign up, jump right in by looking for offers in your area. 

I'm working alongside other travel writers and bloggers to expand the businesses which are included in every region to create even more ways to get that dolla dolla bill back in your wallet using the app.

Look forward to good things from DOSH! You’ll get $5.00 Dosh cash just for signing up. Adding additional cards to your account profile means more Dosh credits. It's easy. If I can figure it out, so can you! Since it's in Beta, it's getting better every day, too! Go, save on!