About Kelly

Kelly Wilson is an author, comedian and obsessed money saver trying to maintain sanity through laughter. She is the author of Live Cheap & Free, Don’t Punch People in the Junk, and Caskets From Costco. Kelly Wilson currently writes for a living and lives with her Magically Delicious husband, junk-punching children, dog, cat, and stereotypical minivan in Portland, Oregon. Read more about her at www.wilsonwrites.com.

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How I Get Dressed

This is a great stage with Oldest and Youngest as they have play dates with friends at someone else’s home. Every so often, there is the magic instance of both of them having two separate play dates somewhere AT THE EXACT SAME TIME. Not ones to waste an opportunity, Husband and I decided to run […]

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Book Review for Caskets From Costco

Book reviews are really important for authors, and although some may disagree with me, I think they are essential whether the reviews are negative or positive. Not everyone is going to like me or my books, I get that, and reviewers (who are not internet trolls) often have insightful comments, whether positive or negative. That […]

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Free Disney Tote Today 4/22

Quite possibly the only way that having a bear won’t result in your getting your face eaten off… And Happy Earth Day! To celebrate, bring 5 plastic grocery bags to your local Disney Store and receive a FREE Disneynature Bear reuseable tote bag on April 22, 2014. The new Disney movie Disneynature Bears will be […]

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Aim High: Boy Toilet Update

In late February, I had a bit of a rant about the apparent inability of the boy children to get their streams of pee into THE GIANT HOLE that is the toilet even though they literally have sticks made just for that purpose jutting out of their crotchal areas. Yeah, I’m still ranting. In the […]

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Clackamas Review Gives Me Some Love

As an Army Brat, I’m not really from anywhere like a town, city or community. The closest thing I can claim as a hometown is the Olympia area as I attended all four years of high school in the same place. I landed in Portland for college, and Husband and I decided that we loved […]

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