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Grocery List for the Busy Mom when you want to make sure you have enough food in the house #MotownMoxieMom

Never have the time to make that grocery list. Print out a couple of these and stick them on the refrigerator. This way the whole family can help keep track of everything that’s needed in the house and more.

DOWNLOAD YOUR GROCERY LIST NOW

Always check our site http://www.motownmommusings.com/grocerylist for updates

Prepper’s Guide to Food Storage – https://www.happypreppers.com/preppers-pantry.html

37 Foods to Hoard – Survival food storage you can get from the grocery store – https://www.happypreppers.com/37-food-storage.html

Home Stockpiling of Food and Essential Items – https://www.savethechildren.org/content/dam/usa/reports/health/home-stockpiling-guidance-2019.pdf

Grocery List for the Busy Mom when you want to make sure you have enough food in the house #MotownMoxieMom

Never have the time to make that grocery list. Print out a couple of these and stick them on the refrigerator. This way the whole family can help keep track of everything that’s needed in the house and more.

DOWNLOAD YOUR GROCERY LIST NOW

Always check our site http://www.motownmommusings.com/grocerylist for updates

Prepper’s Guide to Food Storage – https://www.happypreppers.com/preppers-pantry.html

37 Foods to Hoard – Survival food storage you can get from the grocery store – https://www.happypreppers.com/37-food-storage.html

Home Stockpiling of Food and Essential Items – https://www.savethechildren.org/content/dam/usa/reports/health/home-stockpiling-guidance-2019.pdf

FAMILY EVENT: 2012 Southfield Festival of Hope July 12-15th via @jillblackwell

Media Contact Information:Nilda G. Thomas
NGT Marketing Group
248-579-3554
*Please contact me if planning to cover the event. All must check-in at the Welcome tent.

Hope United Methodist Church
presents
2012 Southfield Festival of Hope

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Southfield, MIHope United Methodist Church will present The First Annual Southfield Festival of Hope, taking place at 26275 Northwestern Highway on July 12 – July 12, 2012, and featuring the largest carnival production in the midwest, come on out and have some fun there’s something here for everyone.  Four days of great rides, games, live entertainment, step show, and our delicious Soul Food Alley.

Donors for the event include St. John’s Providence Hospital, Ram’s Horn, S.E.T. Enterprises and other donors. The Southfield Festival of Hope will have nightly live jazz entertainment as follows:

Thursday: Serieux 9:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Friday: Renowned saxophonist Randy Scott 9:45 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Saturday: Al McKenzie and Penny Wells 9:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.,
Sunday: Testimony Sings – 8:00-9:00 p.m. / LaToya Turrentine & Favor’s Voice – 9:30 – 10:45 p.m.

Additionally, a Greek Step Show on Friday evening, dance troops, gospel choirs, and much more! There will be fun for the whole family.

Festival Hours
July 12 & 13 – Thurs. / Fri. 4:00pm – 11:00pm
July 14 & 15 – Sat. 12:00noon – 11:00pm / Sun. 2:00pm – 8:00pm

Carnival admission: Free
All day wristbands for rides $20
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Wednesday @Wisebread: 6 Awesome Reasons to Shop at Aldi via @onefinewriter

(This commentary is in no way sponsored by Aldi)

I am an Aldi nut! Ever since I found this store in my search of Detroit for quality without breaking the budget, Aldi has been a wonderful friend of mine.

Having food in the household is like a comforting blanket for parents because food not only bonds the family, but shuts up the kids when they are cranky and starving – trust me. LOL

I thank Aldi for all the years I thought I couldn’t provide and helping me to achieve that goal each and every month!

Some people have complained:

You have to pay for a basket.” But you get your money back when you return it.

You have to bring or buy your own bags.” I don’t mind because this keeps the cost down for them. Tip: Keep recycled bags in your trunk for quite jaunts without going out the way to go home and getting some or paying for some.

Now don’t take my word for the benefits of shopping at Aldi’s, listen to @wisebread.com:

6 Awesome Reasons to Shop at Aldi

by Tisha Tolar

Man outside Aldi

Since the price of groceries has been steadily rising and my only local grocery store went bankrupt, I have been trying better food budgeting with a monthly trip to Aldi for the essentials. My grandmother was always a big proponent of Aldi, but that was back in the day before the retail chain really stepped up their game.

As a frequent Aldi shopper, I have discovered that the years have been kind, and the store has really become an asset to our small area where unemployment rates are high and dollar stores are seeing more business than ever. If you have never shopped at an Aldi, I want to provide you some incentive by listing the things I love about the discount store and its offerings, as well as a few minor complaints about the store I frequent. (See also: 5 Frugal Lessons I Learned From Aldi)

READ MORE ON THIS ARTICLE TO LEARN THE 6 REASONS |

CLICK HERE