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  • Our yard and garden – five year update

    Frugal Babe
    Frugal Babe
    30 Jun 2014 | 11:26 am
    Yesterday was the fifth anniversary of moving into our house and getting our dog back (best day ever!)  This place has certainly come a long way in half a decade.  We finished the basement, which has been a huge improvement.  And the yard has gone from being a field of weeds to being a place we love – we’re out there all the time, and we still marvel at how much it’s changed since we bought the house.  Here’s the back yard when we moved in: Here it is today:   In the first picture, everything in the yard is a weed other than the handful of bushes and trees.
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    15 Jul 2014 | 4:40 am
    This week: New School List Helper - Find out exactly what your kid will need for school next term. Save Money and Time. 20% Off Men's and Women's clothing Essentials Pre Order the new Fire Smartphone This phone is going to cause a stir.
  • things I get asked – part two: tattoos

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    aric
    17 Jul 2014 | 5:26 am
    I got a lot of tattoos – all but a few of them being text. I never set out to have them like this, I just started liking how they were looking. images would always have a shelf-life, in my opinion. sure, a dolphin with ‘CANCUN 4EVER’ makes sense for a few days over Spring Break… but it might not have as much meaning when I’m 40… which is in… 2 years. fuck. let’s move on. Memento wasn’t a factor, either. I liked the movie, but didn’t walk away going ‘yes. that.’ travel was also never something I thought would be the…
  • Win a Trip to the Grand Canyon or a Caribbean Cruise!

    Frugal Simplicity
    Frugal Simplicity
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:55 pm
    Win a Trip to the Grand Canyon or a Caribbean Cruise! Win a trip to the Grand Canyon or a Caribbean Cruise! Stay active with Arnicare, and take a vacation from your aches and pains. Your Arnicare adventure awaits! Submit the entry form for a chance to win a trip to the Grand Canyon or […]
  • Clean baked-on foods from pans with ease

    Frugal Village
    Sara Noel
    12 Jul 2014 | 10:49 am
    Cleaning pans can be a tough job. Oftentimes, you can simply fill the pot or pan with soapy water and let it soak, then clean it later, or remove what you can with a wooden or plastic spatula. If scorched marks remain, add a baking soda paste of baking soda and vinegar, or baking soda, dish liquid, a bit of water and a dryer sheet (such as Bounce), and let soak overnight. Scrub with a green Scotch-Brite pad or a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. If you still have some stubborn marks, you can use oven cleaner or products such as Bon Ami, Cameo or Bar Keepers Friend. The first reader tip shares another…
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  • Our yard and garden – five year update

    Frugal Babe
    30 Jun 2014 | 11:26 am
    Yesterday was the fifth anniversary of moving into our house and getting our dog back (best day ever!)  This place has certainly come a long way in half a decade.  We finished the basement, which has been a huge improvement.  And the yard has gone from being a field of weeds to being a place we love – we’re out there all the time, and we still marvel at how much it’s changed since we bought the house.  Here’s the back yard when we moved in: Here it is today:   In the first picture, everything in the yard is a weed other than the handful of bushes and trees.
  • Should we prioritize our taxable savings over our retirement accounts?

    Frugal Babe
    16 Jun 2014 | 2:46 pm
    My husband and I have always been big fans of retirement accounts.  We both opened 401(k) accounts when we started our first corporate jobs in our early 20s.  When we left those jobs to become self-employed, we rolled the funds over to IRAs.  But we had a period of about 18 months when we didn’t contribute to retirement savings because we were barely earning enough to cover our mortgage in our new self-employed life.  As soon as possible though, we set up monthly contributions to our IRAs.  In the beginning, it was only $100 a month into each account, but it was something.  And…
  • Giving our boys the world

    Frugal Babe
    11 Jun 2014 | 8:06 am
    We’re not usually procrastinators when it comes to projects, but this one took a while.  Back in January, I ordered a world map wall mural when it was on sale on Zulily (normally $100, I got it for $40).  And then it just sat in its box for five months.  We had never hung wallpaper before, and I think I was a little daunted contemplating the process. Also back in January, I bought wallpaper paste and a little tool to smooth out the paper.  Those also just sat here for the last five months. Yesterday I decided we needed to just get on it with it.  Partly because I was tired of…
  • Kids need a Lego umbrella? Show them how to make one!

    Frugal Babe
    5 Jun 2014 | 2:11 pm
    Our older son loves Lego.  He’ll play with it for hours, and he’s usually creating things he dreams up himself.  But he also enjoys following Lego instructions, and he adores a book that he received for his birthday, full of instructions for creating all sorts of landmark buildings using Lego.  Some of the structures require more Lego than we have, but there are quite a few simple ideas that he’s bookmarked. The first thing he made was a little hot dog cart.  It turned out just like the picture in the book, except he didn’t have an umbrella to go on top.  He came…
  • I cut my own hair!

    Frugal Babe
    1 Jun 2014 | 7:51 pm
    And I really like how it turned out For years, my husband has been cutting his own hair.  Most of the time, he just shaves it all the way off using the closest setting on the clippers, and then waits a few months and does it again.  Sometimes I’ll give him a snazzy haircut that utilizes two different settings on the trimmers… fancy, I know! And we’ve always cut our boys hair in the same manner, using the trimmers two or three times a year to give them a very close cut and then doing it again when they start to look shaggy. But I’ve always paid someone to cut my hair.  I only get it…
 
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  • things I get asked – part two: tattoos

    aric
    17 Jul 2014 | 5:26 am
    I got a lot of tattoos – all but a few of them being text. I never set out to have them like this, I just started liking how they were looking. images would always have a shelf-life, in my opinion. sure, a dolphin with ‘CANCUN 4EVER’ makes sense for a few days over Spring Break… but it might not have as much meaning when I’m 40… which is in… 2 years. fuck. let’s move on. Memento wasn’t a factor, either. I liked the movie, but didn’t walk away going ‘yes. that.’ travel was also never something I thought would be the…
  • things I get asked – part one: the bag

    aric
    11 Jul 2014 | 6:38 am
    everyone loves the bag – or, perhaps, The Bag. myself included… you may have seen the hundreds of photos, or perhaps found yourself unwillingly in the middle of a conversation I had with it. apologies for that, I spend a lot of time by myself, and it’s kind of my Wilson – or, perhaps Wilson Leather. [that was funny. bag and I are going to joke about that later.] but where did it come from? well, last winter, a few friends and I found ourselves in Marrakech, Morocco. some from New York, some from France, myself in the midst of The Big Bicycle Adventure [I'm just going…
  • you’ll sleep here tonight

    aric
    15 Aug 2013 | 2:46 pm
    while this site is reserved for things I humbly produce, when a vignette so well put together as this one I recently did with award-winning director J.R. Heffelfinger is produced, I couldn’t help but share it. this – one of the more heartbreaking stories from the road I’ve ever encountered.
  • Europe + North Africa ’12-13 [Instagram]

    aric
    26 Jul 2013 | 7:51 pm
  • Vienna’s FM4

    aric
    8 Jul 2013 | 2:56 am
    a few weeks back – while in Vienna – I was asked by FM4 [most popular radio station in Central Europe, I'll have you know] host [and pal] Riem Higazi if I’d like to come on their show and talk about the happenings I had going on. never one to shy away from my favorite subject, I popped into her ‘My Reality’ program and talked all things travel, Oklahoma, naked knifefights on this most-recent bike trip and getting an enema in Ecuador. good times.
 
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  • Win a Trip to the Grand Canyon or a Caribbean Cruise!

    Frugal Simplicity
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:55 pm
    Win a Trip to the Grand Canyon or a Caribbean Cruise! Win a trip to the Grand Canyon or a Caribbean Cruise! Stay active with Arnicare, and take a vacation from your aches and pains. Your Arnicare adventure awaits! Submit the entry form for a chance to win a trip to the Grand Canyon or […]
  • Amazon – The Dark Knight Trilogy: Ultimate Collector’s Edition Only $38.99!

    Frugal Simplicity
    20 Jul 2014 | 3:04 pm
    Amazon – The Dark Knight Trilogy: Ultimate Collector’s Edition Only $38.99! (Save $60.98 – that’s 61% off!) Here’s a great deal for fans! Pick up The Dark Knight Trilogy: Ultimate Collector’s Edition (Batman Begins / The Dark Knight / The Dark Knight Rises) [Blu-ray] (2013) on Blu-ray for just $38.99! (Regularly $99.97!) Plus it automatically […]
  • Free Diabetic Recipes Book

    Frugal Simplicity
    15 Jul 2014 | 3:59 pm
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  • Bing Rewards – Earn Rewards Just for Surfing

    Frugal Simplicity
    7 Jul 2014 | 9:16 am
    Bing Rewards – Earn Rewards Just for Surfing Bing Rewards Sign Up Bonus: Get a FREE month of Xbox Live Gold! Join and earn gift cards & more for searching with Bing. Bonus Ends 4/25/2014. As a special bonus, join Bing Rewards by May 5th through the link below and you’ll get a free Sweepstakes […]
  • Julep’s Maven Beauty Box – Fully Customizable & Packed with Value

    Frugal Simplicity
    4 Jul 2014 | 1:56 pm
    Did you know that Julep’s very popular monthly beauty box just got even better? Yes! Maven subscriptions can be customized to fit your style, your likes and your favorites even more now. Each month, Julep Mavens get: A fully customized monthly delivery of over $40 in nail polish and beauty products for $24.99 a month, […]
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  • Clean baked-on foods from pans with ease

    Sara Noel
    12 Jul 2014 | 10:49 am
    Cleaning pans can be a tough job. Oftentimes, you can simply fill the pot or pan with soapy water and let it soak, then clean it later, or remove what you can with a wooden or plastic spatula. If scorched marks remain, add a baking soda paste of baking soda and vinegar, or baking soda, dish liquid, a bit of water and a dryer sheet (such as Bounce), and let soak overnight. Scrub with a green Scotch-Brite pad or a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. If you still have some stubborn marks, you can use oven cleaner or products such as Bon Ami, Cameo or Bar Keepers Friend. The first reader tip shares another…
  • Clean stove drip trays

    Sara Noel
    12 Jul 2014 | 8:26 am
    Dear Sara: We have an old electric stove (the coil type) with burner drip trays. I guess they must be aluminum or some sort of coated steel. Stuff has burned on over the past few years, and though we’ve scrubbed them and even thrown them in the dishwasher, they still look awful. Is there any way to clean them? We’ve used the foil ones that you put over the permanent ones, but that just felt wasteful. I would love to get the real ones clean. Is there a secret? — Maisie, Massachusetts Dear Maisie: You can use oven cleaner on them, or place them in your oven and run the…
  • Make slow cooker oatmeal

    Sara Noel
    18 Jun 2014 | 8:51 am
    Boiling water or using a microwave to cook instant oatmeal is fast and easy, but some people don’t have a microwave, and some don’t like the cost of the small packets of instant oatmeal. Stovetop oatmeal can burn, and if you’re using steel-cut oats, it can take too long to cook on a busy morning. Try making oatmeal in your slow cooker. If you don’t own a slow cooker, you can use a rice cooker on the porridge setting. Here’s a basic recipe for slow cooker oatmeal: 4 cups water 1/2 cup milk 1 cup steel-cut oats 1/4 cup brown sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon…
  • Stretch your meat budget

    Sara Noel
    18 Jun 2014 | 8:50 am
    Meat prices are rising. If you’re not interested in eating a plant-based diet, stretching meat is an acceptable option, within the boundaries of proper nutrition. You can slice meat into strips for stir-fry, fajitas, sandwiches or salad. You can cube it to include in fried rice, quesadillas or shish kebabs or pound, stuff and roll meat. Add crackers, rice, cooked dried beans, breadcrumbs or shredded vegetables to ground beef to make it go further. Meat such as roasts or chicken can be shredded, too. The first reader shares how he stretches meat: Stretch ground beef: We bought a large…
  • Remove lipstick stains

    Sara Noel
    18 Jun 2014 | 8:49 am
    Dear Sara: I accidentally washed a tube of lipstick in a load of whites. It is all over everything. I tried rewashing it with OxiClean, to no avail. I tried spot cleaning and gave up because there are hundreds of spots on each article. Any ideas? — N.M., Wisconsin Dear N.M.: Try shaving cream, vodka or hair spray. Blot stains using a white washcloth so you can see how much of the stain is lifting, then launder as usual. If that doesn’t work well enough, try blotting with glycerin, rubbing alcohol or denatured alcohol, then apply Dawn dishwashing liquid and launder as usual. A…
 
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  • Save on Summer Trips

    Briana Carter
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Summer is the perfect season to spend time together as a family. A great way to accomplish family time in the summer is with a family road trip. The best memories are created by spending time together, whether it is […] Save on Summer Trips first appeared on BargainBriana.        Related Stories3 Ways to Enjoy Iced Coffee this SummerSchwinn Riverside 26 Inch Women’s Bike Review #KmartSummerFunBest Travel Apps for Smartphones 
  • New Balance Women’s Weather Resistant Jacket $14.99

    Briana Carter
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Score the New Balance Women’s Weather Resistant Jacket NBNJKL123BPK for just $14.99. This is 73% off the original price of $54.99. This is a great deal for back to school! Take fitness by the horns in this womens weather resistant […] New Balance Women’s Weather Resistant Jacket $14.99 first appeared on BargainBriana.        Related StoriesMagazine Deals: Popular Photography, Natural Health, Disney Princess, and More!LivingSocial: Pay Only $10 for a $20 Sports Authority VoucherK’NEX Classics 4 Wheel Drive Truck or just $9.99 + FREE…
  • Giant Eagle Weekly Deals & Coupon Matchups 7/24 – 7/30/2014

    Briana
    24 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    Giant Eagle Weekly Deals & Coupon Matchups 7/24 – 7/30/2014 Here are the highlights from the Giant Eagle weekly ad. You can see a complete Giant Eagle Weekly Ad & Matchup here. Click here to see the complete list Multi-Item Deals Bonus $0.10 […] Giant Eagle Weekly Deals & Coupon Matchups 7/24 – 7/30/2014 first appeared on BargainBriana.          
  • Using the Garden Veggies | Fresh Zucchini Recipes

    Briana Carter
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:18 pm
    I have a garden full of vegetables that are going to be ripe soon and I’m always looking for new recipes ideas. I’ve teamed up with several other blogs to share some great new recipes and tips on using your fresh garden vegetables. Don’t […] Using the Garden Veggies | Fresh Zucchini Recipes first appeared on BargainBriana.        Related StoriesUsing the Garden Veggies | Green Bean Recipe IdeasUsing the Garden Veggies | Kale RecipesUsing the Garden Veggies | Fresh Spinach Recipe Ideas 
  • Back to School Money Saving Tips

    Briana Carter
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Back to school shopping can be stressful and expensive. Not only do you have to worry about new school clothes but back to school supplies as well. Schools are now asking parents to purchase more and more items. If you […] Back to School Money Saving Tips first appeared on BargainBriana.        Related StoriesSave Money on Disney SouvenirsSummer Travel With Kids #DisneyMoviesAnywhereFrugal Fourth of July 
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  • How to Handle Credit and Debit Card Fraud

    frugalblogger
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:24 am
    No matter how safe you think you might be with your debit or credit card, you are still susceptible to credit card fraud. Consumers lose more than $500 million each year because of such activities. Credit or debit card fraud is an unfortunate incident that involves the use of your information by an unauthorized person. Such can occur because of online hackers, bogus offers, dishonest restaurant employees, or intricate skimming devices. You should check the balance of your cards every day as an extra security measure. The following contains some tips for handling fraud if it does come your…
  • How to Get Furniture for Your Home With Bad Credit

    frugalblogger
    11 Jul 2014 | 8:28 am
    Moving into a new home or apartment is an amazing achievement. You now have multiple square feet in which you can create your innermost visual dream, but what if you have bad credit? What will you do for furniture? Bedroom and living furniture items are the most expensive items in a home. If you have a bad score, then you may not be able to obtain furniture items without paying cash for them. The following are some ways that you can furnish your home even if you have bad credit: Save a Large Down Payment/ Use a Cosigner One option that you have for obtaining approval on a finance deal is…
  • Ways to Build a Frugal Wardrobe

    frugalblogger
    2 Jul 2014 | 7:47 am
    The wardrobe is a crucial part of a consumer’s personality that he or she will want to have established. Nowadays, a person can find frugal ways of obtaining fashionable high-quality clothing with which he or she can build an amazing wardrobe. The following provides alternative methods to finding brand name clothing: Search for Treasures at Thrift Shops Thrift shops contain various types of clothing including some brand name items. People who have large wardrobes sometimes donate clothing that is in perfectly good condition. No one ever knows what he or she will find in one of these shops,…
  • Living on a Budget

    frugalblogger
    25 Jun 2014 | 6:50 am
    Living on a budget may be necessary for a consumer for a wide variety of reasons. A recent job loss may cause a person to have to monitor his or her expenses until the situation improves. A person on a fixed income such as disability or retirement would also need to watch his or her expenses. Other factors such as household changes, separations and newly started schooling can make a person have to start budgeting as well. The good part about living on a budget is that it is easy no matter what the reason for it is. The following are three quick budgeting tips for frugal living: Calculate DI…
  • RENTER’S INSURANCE: For the financially challenged, renting outweighs buying

    frugalblogger
    8 Jun 2014 | 7:56 am
    Most financial gurus and experts will argue incessantly that buying a home makes much more sense than renting, using the old ideology that the latter is like throwing money away or investing in something that isn’t really yours. That makes sense, and no one is going to argue the overall message behind that point. But buying only should be contemplated and considered if you’re financially able to do so. The last thing an individual or family wants to do is begin paying a mortgage that is hard to afford initially, only to be saddled with other house related expenses like unexpected…
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    The Frugal Duchess: Recovering My Frugal Groove

  • From the Vault: 5 Things to Do When You Get Bored With Being Frugal

    9 Jul 2014 | 5:48 pm
    My frugal hobby: snapping photos with my iPhone. Digital photography can be low-cost activity for those times when I am bored and looking to spend some quality time without spending a lot of money. But sometimes, the frugal path can be boring. Fortunately, I've found some inspiration in a post I wrote a while ago:5 Things to Do When You Get Bored With Being FrugalTurn off the lights. Check the receipt. Clip the coupons. And so on....Being frugal can get old and boring after a bit. It's like adding 1 + 1. The answer is simple. Frugal living boils down to one principal: Save more than…
  • Frugal Mail Escort: Date Night With My Unopened Letters

    8 Jul 2014 | 7:32 pm
    This is an open letter to the unopened mail in my home.Dear Mailbox and Letter Piles:Yes. I am ignoring you. You’re full of it. It being: bills, checks, notices, warning letters and coupons and other junk. I am addressing our relationship because dealing with unopened mail is the fourth item on my list of 14 Declarations of Financial Independence.Where do I begin? In general, I could talk about the different types of anxietiesand avoidance issues that can prompt anyone to avoid dealing with mail. But let’s not go there right now.Let’s be frugal with our time, and focus on solutions to…
  • 5 Banking Tips From Ronda Rousey's TKO UCF Victory

    7 Jul 2014 | 6:27 pm
    Ronda Rousey — a  mixed martial arts boxer (pictured left) — throws a mean punch, and her July 6 bout is a spot-on demonstration of the knockout power of NSF (non-sufficient funds) and overdraft fees.I am not a mixed martial arts fan, but I learned a lot about frugal living from watching Rousey's recent performanceHere are 5 things I learned about NSFs and other bank fees:1.  Speed and stealth are powerful weapons. 16 seconds. That's all the time it took, for Rousey to knock out Alexis Davis, her opponent.The speed of the July 5 UCF battle reminded me about the speed in which…
  • Sweeping the Floor, Sweeping Away Late Fees

    6 Jul 2014 | 11:27 am
    Freedom from late fees tops my 14 Declarations of Financial Independence. And I've found one frugal path to financial freedom after sweeping the white tile floors in my apartment. I see money-saving connections between sweeping, bill-paying and late fees.Daily SweepI have to sweep every day or else face increasing tracks of dust and dirt. Likewise, financial management is a daily chore and failure to pay bills on time can leave dirty tracks on my credit record and a trail of expensive late-fee penalties. You can rack up late fees from:Mortgage or  rental payments.Overdue library…
  • My 14 Frugal Declarations of Financial Independence

    4 Jul 2014 | 3:15 pm
    In honor of the 2014 Fourth of July, I've penned :14 Frugal Declarations of Financial IndependenceI declare myself free from the tyranny of:Late fees.Overdraft or NSF penalties.Disorganization and clutter.Unopened mail.Unrealistic expectations about costs, deadlines and income.Mindless or forgotten automatic monthly charges and subscriptions.Anxiety.Thoughtless purchases.The need to impress others.Multitasking.I declare myself free to: Open an online savings account.Establish a Roth IRA with some of my retirement savings.Carefully invest in a classic wardrobe.Break free from the tyranny…
 
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  • In praise of bottled water

    John Wedding
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:52 pm
    A big part of personal finance advice revolves around finding ways to spend less.  Less money going out the door means more money staying in your bank account. By and by, some purchases draw an above-average amount of fire.  Bottled water is one of them. I’ve seen at least three posts over the past few weeks that include bottled water as one of those things you shouldn’t buy.  Though I do agree that it can get expensive if you drink it all the time, bottled water does have redeeming value. There’s always context to be considered I’ve been writing things online for…
  • Build profts or relationships with fresh eggs?

    John Wedding
    19 Jul 2014 | 8:13 pm
    There are lots of advantages that come out of being in a healthy marriage.  A healthy marriage takes work, and lots of communication, especially about financial matters. Over time, I’ve come to view differences of opinion on money matters with my wife less as argument, but more as different perspective.  Partners have different ways of looking at money, and taking both into consideration is better than either perspective alone. “Oh we’ve got eggs now …” We’ve talked for around a year about getting some chickens.  We eat a fair number of eggs — as…
  • Rebate site review: Ebates

    John Wedding
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:42 pm
    Ebates was the first rebate site I used.  I’ve been a member since 2002.  The site has been around since 1998.  That’s last century, if you’re keeping track. I use rebate sites all the time.  Every chance I get, as a matter of fact!  For a miniscule amount of extra work, I can save a few dollars or even more than a few on a lot of online purchases. Using Ebates is simple: Sign up for an Ebates account, which is free. Log into Ebates before you shop. If Ebates offers a rebate on purchases from your favorite stores, go through EBates to get to the store instead of going…
  • Five things about discarded items that shouldn’t scare you off

    John Wedding
    16 Jul 2014 | 8:51 pm
    It’s not a secret that people give away or throw away lots and lots of stuff.  Stuff that’s outlasted its usefulness.  Stuff that’s broken.  Stuff that reminded them every day of their lousy purchase. We’ve gotten useful castaway items right from within our subdivision.  We scored a nearly-complete set of patio furniture that just needed a little bit of cleaning. Recently we happened upon a stash of building materials: pressure-treated wood and other odd pieces. A few days ago, my father-in-law picked up a Radio Flyer wagon that was thrown to the curb. The front…
  • When is it NOT okay to spend money?

    John Wedding
    14 Jul 2014 | 8:42 am
    The blog A Young Pro had this year-old article in his Twitter feed recently.  The title: “When is it Okay to Spend Money?” He recounts the story of a really bad week with his car.  He gets in an accident, and then locks his only set of car keys in the car, while the car was running. If it were I, the only thing more depressing would be finding out that my daughter has started listening to Hanson. But then there’s “the list” So, naturally — and reasonably! — he wrote a list of things that, to him, were worth spending money on. And, naturally —…
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  • Cosco Play Yard, Now Only $39.37! (was $59.99)!

    Princess Allie
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    This Cosco Play Yard is the perfect play yard! Easily transport this from home to Grandmas or on vacation! This makes a great Baby Shower gift! ConsumerQueen.com- Oklahoma's Coupon Queen - Oklahoma Coupon Queen offers printable coupons, free coupon classes,freebies and more.
  • Sprouts Farmer’s Market Matchups 7/23 – 7/29

    Queen Mum
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:56 pm
    Here’s some things you’ll need to know when shopping Sprouts Farmer’s Market: Accepts manufacturer coupons and printables Allows stacking of a store coupon with a manufacturer’s coupon Does not accept […] ConsumerQueen.com- Oklahoma's Coupon Queen - Oklahoma Coupon Queen offers printable coupons, free coupon classes,freebies and more.
  • Food Pyramid Matchups for Week of 7/23 – 7/29

    Queen Mum
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:49 pm
    Food Pyramid Stores are located in Bartlesville, Cushing, Ponca City & Stillwater. They double coupons up to .50 everyday and they accept printables. They will double 2 identical coupons per […] ConsumerQueen.com- Oklahoma's Coupon Queen - Oklahoma Coupon Queen offers printable coupons, free coupon classes,freebies and more.
  • Nichols Dollar Saver & Country Mart In McAlester 7/23 – 7/29

    Queen Mum
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:09 pm
    These matchups are for the Nichols Dollar Saver stores in Checotah, Durant, Eufaula, Holdenville, and Ada and the Nichols Country Mart in McAlester. Nichol’s stores double coupons up to and […] ConsumerQueen.com- Oklahoma's Coupon Queen - Oklahoma Coupon Queen offers printable coupons, free coupon classes,freebies and more.
  • Febreze Candles as Low as FREE at Homeland & Country Mart!

    Queen Mum
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:54 pm
    We had several Febreze coupons pop up this morning and it makes for a great deal on the candles at Homeland. Two of the scents were on clearance at our […] ConsumerQueen.com- Oklahoma's Coupon Queen - Oklahoma Coupon Queen offers printable coupons, free coupon classes,freebies and more.
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  • Are You Really Frugal?

    22 Jul 2014 | 8:24 am
    Do you save water from the shower or in a pan in the kitchen sink to water houseplants, the garden, clean the floor, etc.? Do you water down shampoo and liquid hand soap? (Some of it actually works better that way.) Do you make your own plastic scrubbies from vegetable net bags? Do you borrow books and DVDs rather than buy them? Shop at thrift stores and on sales racks exclusively?  Refinish
  • Who Are the Frugal People?

    6 Jul 2014 | 6:13 pm
    Note: This was originally published May 17, 1999, when I was the Frugal Living Guide for About.com Other sites have since picked it up and published it, but I own the rights to it. I am not complaining; on the contrary, it's a compliment when people think what I have written is worth repeating - as long as they attribute the work to me.   Frugal people are familiar with things like
  • Old Tshirts

    22 Jun 2014 | 2:11 pm
    Besides using old tshirt and tshirt material for "yarn" to make rugs, bags and the like, the material can be used in a lot of different ways! Cut the front and back out, then fold them in fourths and sew them together at the edges. Sew an "X" or other design all the way across it to hold the layers together: Hot pad made! Cut two or three inch squares and use them for disposable makeup or
  • Hot Days Ahead! Cool and Frugal Drinks to the Rescue

    2 Jun 2014 | 5:13 pm
    Cold drinks are so welcome during the heat of summer! It can be expensive to try to keep up with the demand, but don't whip out the credit card just yet. There are some things you can do to quench thirst without that. Plain old fashioned powdered fruit ade drinks are still inexpensive. Add your own sugar to save money. You can sometimes find packets of lemonade or other flavors on sale; stock
  • Do you like to chat online?

    25 May 2014 | 4:56 pm
    I enjoy spending some time just chatting with like minded folks online. It makes for a relaxing evening or afternoon when I have the time. If you enjoy forums or online chats  (Facebook? Twitter?) there is a particular site that you will no doubt enjoy, too. I think they said there are 10,000 different forums now! If you can't find something you like to chat about, you can create your own. I've
 
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    Frugal Upstate

  • Healthy Essentials for Summer from Johnson and Johnson

    Jenn @ Frugal Upstate
    15 Jul 2014 | 6:38 pm
    There really are some essential supplies in our house for summer, things that I we just use more of when the kids are home and spending lots of time outside.  Items like sunscreen (for all that time in the sun-at least if it ever stops raining), bandages, antibiotic ointment (the number of cuts, scrapes, bruises, and splinters we have in the summer is crazy). And since I need these items I might as well save money on them, right?  That’s why Johnson & Johnson wanted me to tell you about their Healthy Essentials website this summer. Healthy Essentials site are products that every…
  • Meal Plan 7/14

    Jenn @ Frugal Upstate
    14 Jul 2014 | 11:52 am
    Long hot summer days are upon us, and to be honest I don’t feel much like cooking.  However the family must eat–so meal planning is still necessary. I’ve got several things to consider this week: 1.  I’m down one kid for half the week since Buddy is with Grandma.  That means supper is only for 3 folks.  Then later in the week it is his birthday and we’ll be taking him out for dinner. 2.  It’s supposed to be in the high 70′s to mid 80′s all week.  So warm, but not unbearable. The temperature is always an important consideration because we…
  • The Unplugged Summer Vacation

    Jenn @ Frugal Upstate
    11 Jul 2014 | 8:01 am
    We have a family tradition here at the Frugal Upstate Village Homestead.  When we go on summer vacation to the mountains, it’s an uplugged vacation.  That means no TV, iPod, Computer, Video Games. . . no nuthin!   That’s been the rule for the last 5 years, and the kids don’t even question it–as a matter of fact, they will even say they kind of look forward to it because they know we will actually spend time together doing things. We are very blessed.  My Mother-in-law rents a cabin up in the Adirondack mountains for several weeks and invites us up to stay with…
  • Cell Phone Meets Water. . . ( #SprintMom )

    Jenn @ Frugal Upstate
    10 Jul 2014 | 7:15 pm
    I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Sprint. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and to thank me for participating. Recently I was selected as a Sprint Ambassador, which means over the next few I get to play with some really great new phones and accessories!  Last month I shared the Sprint HTC One M8 Harman/Kardon edition along with a Harman Kardon Onyx Studio Bluetooth speaker.  This month I tried out the Kyocera Hydro Vibe. What’s the Hydro Vibe?  Well it’s an Android phone from Kyocera with a big difference: It is water…
  • Fancy Fruit Ice

    Jenn @ Frugal Upstate
    2 Jul 2014 | 5:55 am
    Here’s a super simple idea to dress up you next party or BBQ–Fancy Fruit Ice! Just place some pretty fruit–strawberries, blueberries and lemon slices are shown here–in a muffin tin and freeze.  When it’s time for your party you pop them out (you might need a bit of warm water run over the bottom of your muffin tin) and add them to your water, punch or other drink. If you want to avoid diluting your drink, then use the same liquid to make the ice.  Simple, isn’t it?   Related posts: Quick Tip: 3 Ways to Use “Juice” from Canned Fruit One of…
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    Printable Coupons | Deal Seeking Mom™

  • Martha Stewart Living FREE Magazine Subscription

    Tara Kuczykowski
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Join RewardsGold today and get a FREE Martha Stewart Living magazine subscription! Martha Stewart Living FREE Magazine Subscription was first posted on July 24, 2014 at 10:00 am. ©2008-14 Deal Seeking Mom™. All rights reserved. Use of this feed is for personal, non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact me at admin@dealseekingmom.com.
  • Shutterfly: 5 FREE Custom Greeting Cards

    Tara Kuczykowski
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Right now new and existing customers to Shutterfly can score 5 FREE Custom 5x7 Greeting Cards! (You'll also get 50 FREE 4x6 prints upon registration of your new Shutterfly account!) You can make 5 different cards or create one and order 5 all the same. Couldn't make it to that family reunion this summer? Send your well wishes not through an email, but through personalized cards to your loved ones. Or, prep in advance by designing cards for your friends upcoming birthdays, or send out thank you cards to those who made it to your son/daughter's graduation party. Choose from a wide variety of…
  • Sam’s Club Membership and $20 Gift Card for $45

    Tara Kuczykowski
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    Reminder - if you've been thinking about a Sam's Membership, now's a great time! Right now you can get a one-year Sam's Club Membership with a bonus $20 Sam's Club Gift card and vouchers for fresh food - all of this for $45 (a $91.23 value)! This deal's available for a limited time, so don't delay! Here's how to get your Sam's Club Membership with bonus offers: Login or register with Groupon. Click the "Buy" button to begin your order. Complete your order, and your Groupon should be available immediately! Expires Oct 27th, 2014. Limit 1 per person. Redeem in-club only. New members only. Not…
  • Old House Journal Magazine for Only $4.50 per Year

    Tara Kuczykowski
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:36 pm
    Right now, you can get a one-year subscription to Old House Journal Magazine for only $4.50 per year, and you can order up to four years at this price! Just use code DEALSEEKINGMOM at checkout to get this discounted price. Old House Journal, the original restoration magazine, is for people passionate about restoring old houses. This magazine includes stories of people who have restored their home, how-to articles, the latest products, and glorious photos. This offer expires at midnight  EST on 07/24/14. See another magazine you'd like to purchase? You can always use coupon code…
  • Walmart: Meow Mix Cat Food Cups $0.40!

    Heather @ Passion for Savings
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:30 pm
    There is a new coupon for Meow Mix Food Cups for buy 10, get 3 FREE that gets you a great deal on cups of cat food at Walmart! Walmart has the single cups for $0.52 and when you buy 13 with the coupon, they are just $0.40 each. Meow Mix Food Cups, $0.52 ea. B10G3 Meow Mix Wet Cat Food Printable $0.40 each wyb 13 after coupon! That is the best coupon for those wet cat food cups that we have seen in a while, so don't miss it. Heather from Passion for Savings is the Deal Seeking Mom Store Expert for Walmart. At Passion for Savings, she combines her love of great products, her passion for…
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    Savings Lifestyle

  • Dining Coupons and Deals: Corner Bakery Cafe, McAlister’s, Mimi’s Cafe + More

    Savings Lifestyle: Kathy
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Here are some restaurant coupons and deals available for this weekend (and beyond):McAlister’s – FREE Glass of Tea Valid 7/24/2014 OnlyMimi’s Cafe – Buy One Dinner Entree and Two Beverages Valid through 7/27/2014Bruegger’s Bagels – $1.99 Bagels and Cream Cheese Valid through 8/4/2014Corner Bakery Cafe – FREE Latte or Another Espresso Beverage with Breakfast Item Valid through 8/12/2014Find other Restaurant and Dining Coupons that are still active. Use the Search Box on the site to find more as well.
  • Copycat Panera Mac and Cheese

    Savings Lifestyle: Andrea
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:30 pm
    Note: There is a print link embedded within this post, please visit this post to print it.This is my kids’ favorite dish whenever we go to Panera. But, now we don’t need to visit Panera to enjoy their mac and cheese! Try this one yourself and compare the flavors. You won’t be able to tell a difference!Copycat Panera Mac and Cheese Ingredients1 16-ounce box, Medium Pasta Shells1/4 cup, Butter1/2 cup, All-Purpose Flour2 1/2 cups, Milk (2% or whole)6 slices, White American Cheese (chopped)8 ounces, Extra-Sharp White Vermont Cheddar (shredded)1/2 Tbsp, Creamy Dijon Mustard1 tsp,…
  • Free Stuff: Playtex Diaper Genie Essentials Pail, Soap Making for Beginners + More

    Savings Lifestyle: Kathy
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:30 am
    The Free Stuff page has been updated with some great freebies! Here are a few highlights for your convenience:Playtex Diaper Genie Essentials Pail *Costco Members*50 Easy Everyday Grain Free Recipes Without Almond Flour by Lori Morris and Michelle CorsoThe Outward Focused Life by Dave WorkmanSoap Making for Beginners by Jessica JacobsSeveral more!Search the Free Stuff page to see a comprehensive list of active Freebies!Disclaimer: This post contains a link to an affiliate. By using the links above, you are supporting the site at no cost to you. See my Disclaimer Policy for additional…
  • *NEW* 20% OFF Grapes SavingStar Offer

    Savings Lifestyle: Amber
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    It’s pretty rare to see savings on produce, so when they come around, it’s a great way to save! Grab this 20% OFF Grapes SavingStar Offer. Grapes are always one of my favorites, but the pricing can be variable, so it’s great to see these additional savings!Find more great coupons in the Coupon Database!Disclaimer: This post contains a link to an affiliate. See my Disclaimer Policy for additional information.
  • Giant Eagle Deals: Sale Week of July 24

    Savings Lifestyle: Andrea
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Before you shop, be sure to review the Giant Eagle Coupon Policy + FAQ. The sale items below are some of the better deals you will find at Giant Eagle this week. Please leave a comment in this post if you find any other deals that are noteworthy and not on the list.View the full list of Giant Eagle sales and create a custom shopping list.Here are a few of the best deals to pick up this week:Multi-Item DealsBonus $0.10 Fuelperks wyb $10 in participating Unilever products (up to additional $3.00 savings wyb 30 gallons)Suave Professionals, Kids, or Naturals Hair Care; Deodorant; or Body Wash…
 
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    Moms Need To Know ™

  • New Coupons | Nutella, Starbucks, Kellogg’s + More!

    Mindi Cherry
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
    There are some new printable coupons available to print or load to your Saving Star account today. Make sure to grab them while they are still available!:: Coupons.com$3.00 off any ONE package of Goodnites Underwear$1.00 off THREE Kellogg’s cereals listed$10.00 off Nicorette Gum or Nicorette Lozenge$1.00 off ONE Febreze Candle$1.00 off ONE Febreze Noticeables Refill$1.00 off ONE Febreze Fabric Refresher$3.00 off One (1) EcoTools Hair Brush:: Saving StarSave $1.00 when you buy ONE (1) Starbucks® Discoveries Iced Cafè Favorites including Caffè Mocha, Carmel Macchiato or Vanilla Latte.
  • Grocery Deals Updated | Dollar Tree, Week of July 23, 2014

    Mindi Cherry
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:35 am
    The grocery store store deals and matchups pages have been updated with all the best bargains at Dollar Tree for the new sales!!Make sure that you check out Coupons.com, SmartSource and RedPlum for any printable coupons that you may need!Don’t forget that you can also access all of these deals through your smartphone using the free Favado app!Dollar Tree Deals – Week of July 23, 2014Shopping somewhere else this week? Check out the rest of the Coupon Matchups that I have posted!Request a Moms Need To Know Coupon Class in your area!Coupons.com l SmartSource Coupons l Red Plum Coupons…
  • Easy Meatloaf Recipe | Mini Meatloaves With Mashed Potatoes

    Mindi Cherry
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:09 pm
    Meatloaf has received a bad reputation over the years and some of it is deserved. Meatloaf is so easy to make, but also so easy to ruin. The biggest problem that I have seen is when people attempt to make meatloaf is that it ends up being too dry, be it from not adding enough moisture to the meatloaf mixture or from cooking it for so long that it is completely dried out and rubbery.This easy meatloaf recipe solves all of those problems: it is just the right balance of ingredients and because you cook it in a muffin tin you don’t have to worry about the ends drying out while you wait for…
  • 8 Tips To Make Affording a Cruise Possible

    Mindi Cherry
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Would you love to take a cruise but are afraid it’s just out of reach financially? Cruises are in reality one of the most inexpensive vacations people can take. They are also a ton of fun. We took the family on a Disney Cruise last year and we all still consider it the best vacation that they have ever had!With a little bit of planning and research you can be on your way to an amazing getaway!  Here are some tips on affording a cruise:Plan Ahead – You’ve seen lots of lists online stating when the best time is to book airfare or a hotel room to see the best prices. When it comes to…
  • New Printable Coupons | Pop Tarts, Febreze, Fresh Grapes + More!

    Mindi Cherry
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:35 am
    There are some new coupons available today for you to print or load to your card, including one for grapes! Be sure to grab them while they are still available!:: COUPONS.COM$1.00 off 3 Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts toaster pastries$1.00 off THREE Kellogg’s cereals listed$1.00 off any Glade Sense & Spray product$1.00 off ONE Febreze Noticeables Refill$1.00 off ONE Febreze Candle$1.00 off ONE Febreze Fabric Refresher$3.00 off One (1) EcoTools Hair Brush$2.00 off Rock-a-Stack Toy$3.00 off Brilliant Basics™ Baby’s First Blocks$3.00 off Brilliant Basics™ Corn Popper Toy:: SAVING…
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    Girls Just Wanna Have Funds

  • Surprise! Suze Orman’s Approved Card Discontinued

    Guest Contributor
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Suze Orman started offering her Approved prepaid debit cards in 2012 and and received the backlash of her life.   Two years later the cards are off the market.  As of July 1, 2014 all Approved cardholders will no longer be able to use their prepaid debit cards.  If clients did not spend the remaining money on their prepaid debit cards they will receive a check for the entire balance.  So the question is, why is Suze Orman getting out of the prepaid debit card business? Maybe it’s about the bottom line According to the New York Times the fee on the Approved card was $3 per month,…
  • So You’re Broke, Here’s How You Fix It

    Ginger
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Have you ever checked your bank account balance and thought to yourself, where does all my money go?  The odds are you have.  As they say it’s not important how you got into trouble, the true test of character is what you do to get out of it.  There is a line in the song Dead and Gone by T.I. and Justin Timberlake that says “What matters more than the mistakes you make is what you are able to learn from them.” As a financial planner I can tell you that it’s not so much the action of physically spending that makes our money disappear, it’s so much deeper than…
  • Was That A Shopping Spree or Spending Addiction?

    Ginger
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    UH OH! It’s the end of the month, you open your mail and you find your kitchen table full of bills.  What do you do?  The first thing to do is to log onto your online banking or mobile app and pay the bills to avoid late fees.  The second thing to do is to determine if you can make cuts in your monthly spending and the third thing to do is determine if you are addicted to spending money. Whether you can afford it or not spending money is addictive Very often people categorize spending and over spending as two different actions.  Although spending implies you are dispensing money you…
  • 4 Worst Marriage Killing Money Issues – Solved

    Guest Contributor
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:26 am
    It’s summertime and that means it’s wedding season.  You may be spending your weekends stuffing envelopes with cash to help grooms and brides-to-be celebrate the beginning of their lives together.  But let me ask you a question, before you hand over your wedding gift do you ever wonder how the happy couple will spend the money? His and Her Money I always wonder if the couple already talked about money, if they’ve opened a joint bank account, if they’ve signed a prenuptial agreement and if they have already set a household budget.  As a financial planner (and one…
  • 401k Investment Alternatives To Consider When Planning For Retirement

    Ginger
    17 Jul 2014 | 4:45 am
    In the 1980′s, employer offered pension plans went the way of the Dodo bird, and were replaced in large part by a 401(k). The 401(k), which is unimaginatively named after the section of code that lays out the rules for them, is a retirement plan that both the employee and employer pay into. But one of the things that makes a 401(k) unattractive to many is that the employer does not have to offer a 401(k) or pay into it right away. In addition, you have to closely monitor your 401(k) because you can only contribute so much tax free, and you need to change your contribution amount when…
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    Sustainablog

  • This DIY Pool Heater Requires No Electricity

    Important Media Cross-Post
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:52 am
    Do you own a pool? Sorry…! No, really – we had a small one at our house in Las Vegas, and I swore “Never again…” The work required to keep it clean, the costs for supplies, energy, and those inevitable pump repairs just weren’t worth it to me… and I really enjoyed a quick dip after a long, hot day. That’s me, though… you may enjoy your pool more, but still want to keep the expenses (and the environmental impact) down. Obviously, a pool requires water, but you can cut the cost of keeping that water warm (which does require quite a bit of…
  • How to Make Popsicles with Common Household Materials [Recipe]

    Talancia Pea
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:39 am
      Summer is here and it’s a great time to invite your children into the kitchen to mix up a batch of homemade popsicles. Your family can have a cool treat without worrying if it’s filled with mystery ingredients. From citrus and herbs to fruit and chocolate, the flavor combinations are endless. There’ll be no arguing because everyone can have their “favorites.” Plus, it’s an easy way for moms like me to get our little ones try new fruits. It’s okay if you don’t have fancy popsicle molds; I’ll tell you about three common household items that will work great for…
  • How to Reduce Food Waste: 3 More Ideas

    Important Media Cross-Post
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:23 am
    Yep, we’re all about creative ideas for reducing food waste… and we’re just thrilled to see a few more. You’ve likely heard this scary statistic: 40% of the US’ food gets wasted along the supply chain. Most of that occurs towards the end, at retailers, restaurants, and homes. Yet people still go hungry… so we still have to work at getting this wasted food (most of which is still perfectly edible) to those in need. Mary Gerush, who writes at sister site Eat.Drink.Better, found a few more innovative approaches to keeping edible food out of dumpsters, trash…
  • Solar Power in India: Making it Affordable for People without Electricity

    Jeff McIntire-Strasburg
    18 Jul 2014 | 12:33 pm
    Have you priced a solar energy system for your home lately? While new incentives and financing options make solar power more attractive than ever, purchasing a system isn’t cheap: you’re still looking at $20,000 minimum in most cases (before incentives, of course). Now, imagine you’ve never been able to afford electricity for your home, and trying to make ends meet on less than $10 a day. A solar system, even a small one that could run a light, and maybe charge a phone, could easily create a ton of opportunity for you and your family… but there’s no way you can…
  • What Does Bycatch Really Cost Our Fishermen… and Our Fisheries?

    Guest Contributor
    18 Jul 2014 | 9:51 am
    By Amanda Keledjian When most people think about the fishing industry in the United States, images of single boats braving the elements out on the water might come to mind. What many people may not realize, however, is that fishing is big business, and the amount of waste occurring every day in our nation’s fisheries could significantly impact our oceans and our economy. In fact, according to a new report by Oceana  titled Wasted Cash, U.S. fishermen could be losing $1 billion in revenue every year due to wasteful discarding. The staggering amount of fish thrown away every year in the…
 
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    Nature Moms Blog

  • Extend the Growing Season Into Fall & Winter

    Tiffany
    6 Jul 2014 | 11:00 pm
    No matter where you live, there are crops and gardening techniques that allow you to enjoy homegrown produce year round.  Sure you can go to just about any supermarket, even in the dead of winter and buy all sorts of vegetables, but they won’t be as good as what comes right out of your own garden. […]
  • What You Need to Know Before You Buy Sunscreen

    Tiffany
    23 Jun 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Over the years we have had it drilled into our brains that too much sun exposure is bad for us. Sun bathing? Bad, gives you cancer. Tanning? Way bad, gives you cancer and makes you look like a saddle bag by the time you are 30. We have also heard throughout our lives that that the best […]
  • Healthy Snacking With OneBar

    Tiffany
    16 Jun 2014 | 11:00 pm
    Attn: Giveaway at the bottom of this post! This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of OneBar. I am not a big fresh fruit eater. I just don’t usually care to grab an apple or an orange, or any fruit really to snack on. Maybe occasionally I might grab a banana or a […]
  • Changing The Way Kids Play

    Tiffany
    1 Jun 2014 | 11:00 pm
    This is a guest post from Aby Nicole League Children, it seems, are losing childhood. It’s a story I hear too often from my friends. Much to my surprise, this story has been passed to me and now that I’m months away from my firstborn, I’m quite feeling the pressure of juggling things perfectly to raise […]
  • Small Scale Aquaponics – Growing Greens With a Fish Tank

    Tiffany
    29 May 2014 | 8:20 am
    One of the biggest hopes you can have as a mom and an environmentalist is that your kids will want to take up your causes as they grow and mature. I could not be prouder of my oldest child (nearly 14) as he grows into a stellar young man. He is kind, empathetic, smart, a great cook […]
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    $5 Dinners

  • Checkout 51: Save on Apples, Prego, Dole Pineapple Juice, Annie’s Mac & Cheese, M&M’s + More

    Jenn K
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:17 am
    New coupons have been added to the free coupon app, Checkout 51, including savings on the following: Annie’s Homegrown Macaroni & Cheese, any = Cash back: $0.25 Apples, any = Cash back: $0.25 Crystal Farms Shredded Cheese, any = Cash back: $0.50 DOLE Pineapple Juice, any canned = Cash back: $1.00 Edward’s Pie, any 23.5 oz or larger = Cash back: $0.25 Ken’s Vinaigrette Dressings, select varieties = Cash back: $0.50 LAY’S potato chips, any 9 oz or larger = Cash back: $0.25 M&M’S, any = Cash back: $0.25 McCormick Grill Mates Steak Sauce, any = Cash back:…
  • Shredded Beef Tacos with Mango-Avocado Salsa

    Erin, The $5 Dinner Mom
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:00 pm
    This is not the first time that I’ve shared a recipe with the mango-avocado combination and it probably won’t be the last. There’s the Grilled Chicken with Mango-Avocado Salsa. There’s the salad version with goat cheese and vinaigrette (which I have for lunch several days a week!). And there’s the pasta version, with Orzo too. It might because all 4 of the boys will eat mangos and avocados. And ask for more. Or it might be that I just love the combination of a sweet ripe mango with a tender ripe avocado. Toss in a little lime juice, cilantro, salt and pepper…
  • 31 Days of Slow Cooker Meals: Sweet Potato & Chicken Curry

    Jenn K
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:22 pm
    More chicken curry meals in the slow cooker. This meal is actually a regular part of our family rotation. The list of meals that we have repeatedly is very short, given that we are always trying new recipes for the website. But this one has been on the list for a few years and will remain. Mainly because everyone at the table polishes their plate. It’s rare for that to happen in a family with 4 little people who have distinct preferences. Perhaps this will be your family’s new regular meal?! Give it a try! Get the full recipe for Slow Cooker Sweet Potato & Chicken Curry here.
  • 31 Days of Slow Cooker Meals: Beef Roast with Apple, Carrots, Onions, and Red Potatoes

    Jenn K
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:30 am
    You might be wondering what I was thinking with this beef roast. But it works. It just works. You’re just going to have to try it yourself and see. Get the full recipe for Slow Cooker Beef Roast with Apples, Carrots, Onions and Red Potatoes here. Welcome to our 31 Days of Slow Cooker Meals! July is a HOT month for most of us and one of my favorite ways to keep the kitchen cool in the summer is by using my slow cooker. Each day for the next 31 days, we’ll be sharing tasty and easy slow cooker recipes with you. Be sure to bookmark this page as all of the recipes will be…
  • Restaurant Coupons & Deals – 7/22

    Jenn K
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:35 am
    If you are looking for some coupons and freebies to to help you save on dinner on the town, date nights, and for when you need a break from cooking, then you’re in the right spot! While we certainly know that eating out is more expensive than eating in, it is nice to treat yourself and your family every now and again to a meal out on the town. Our family eats out 2 or 3 times a month, and we’ve been able to do so for less than $60 for the month…in part because of all the great coupons, daily deals, and other offers from restaurants in our area. Check out the latest coupons,…
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    Wholesome Mommy

  • Watermelon Tropical Fruit Salad with Coconut Cream

    Denisesawyer
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:50 pm
    We’ve been making the most of our summer over here! Lots of fun things happening as we savor these last few weeks of summer.  Have you been wrapping up your summer bucket list? Want to add another simple fun item to your list?  How about a tropical themed snack for a luau, to reminisce the beach trip, or to bring a little of the tropics home? We made this dish for our Rio 2 party. We had fun celebrating the home release of this movie with some other family friends. To make the movie even more fun we served a thematic dinner. {My kids about drove me crazy all day waiting on our guests…
  • Rio 2 Family Movie Night with Gourmet Strawberry Popcorn Recipe

    Denisesawyer
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group, Pop Secret, and Fox Entertainment, but all my opinions are my own.  #pmedia #PopForRio2 http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV My kiddos {ages 5 and almost 3} have been highly anticipating the release of Rio 2.  Our original plan was to pick it up July 15th  at our local Walmart and then enjoy it as a family movie night on the weekend but we decided that it would be more fun if we invited a couple of other families to enjoy it with us.  We decided to have them over for a theme dinner to build the…
  • Outdoor Entertaining – Rio 2 Party

    Denisesawyer
    20 Jul 2014 | 7:33 pm
    My kids were super excited about having a couple of families over to watch the new Rio 2 movie. I love family movie nights – and any good excuse to entertain some good friends.  We started planning earlier in the week to make our party a little extra special, but not too crazy out of hand. First off, we choose some outdoor-proof dishes for our theme.  We found these at Walmart.  They have several fun prints in Better Homes and Gardens Outdoor {melamine} line. These dinner plates are in the print called “reactive blue” which we thought would be perfect for our Rio 2 themed…
  • Summer Bucket List: Refreshing Watermelon and Green Tea Ice Pops

    Denisesawyer
    19 Jul 2014 | 5:38 am
    Summer. The most exciting time of the year for kiddos. No school, just freedom, swimming, playing outside, and sleeping in late.  The trend these days is to make a “summer bucket list” for {or with} the kiddos. All the fun things you want to do together while we have all that extra time together. Summer bucket lists don’t have to be anything extravagant.  Kids will have fun doing anything and everything you have planned, hey, it’s not school, it’s not the ordinary hustle and bustle of the school week and work week, what’s not to love?  It doesn’t…
  • Natural – Chemical Free Deodorant THAT WORKS!

    Denisesawyer
    18 Jul 2014 | 4:17 am
    I have tried a number of natural deodorant brands on the market.  Many have left me wanting…wanting to smell better.  I’ve tried those that are widely available in big box stores and those found online, and I’ve even ordered homemade, direct from the seller.  I’ve finally found one that works great, keeps me smelling fresh, smells great, and is affordable.  Can it be true?!  It is…and I’ve even got a coupon for ya so you can see for yourself! Schmidt’s Deodorant contacted me at the start of summer to give their natural deodorant line a test…
 
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    At The Point Of A Gun

  • If You Read One More Thing About The Senate Race In Mississippi. . .

    2 Jul 2014 | 6:26 am
    . . .  Let it be this.  Because this guy can say it better than Jeff. As a reminder, the job of the Republican Party is to be different from the Democrat Party.  When one republican senator is touting his accomplishments of contributing to social programs, where is that difference?  And don't say "Foreign Policy".  There are 99 other self admitted experts of 'Foreign Policy' in the Senate and 435 'experts' in the House.  One more note about elections.  They work both ways.  If a candidate smears over half of his voting base as racist bigots in a…
  • You Won't Believe What Chelsea Clinton Said About Money

    24 Jun 2014 | 4:31 pm
    Well, you just might.   And yes, I Buzzfeeded the title to this.  Before the quote-- let me clarify this-- Chelsea is now a grown up who is married, living under her own roof and has been stumping for her mom on more than one occasion. So she's fair game and open for criticism.  “I was curious if I could care about (money) on some fundamental level, and I couldn’t, [. . .]“It is frustrating, because who wants to grow up and follow their parents? I’ve tried really hard to care about things that were very different from my parents … it’s a funny thing…
  • The Pig Trap

    22 May 2014 | 8:25 pm
    Apt allegory for the sign of the times.We tooled around his property, drinking beer and dumping corn and veggies here and there at strategic points, and then we came to another clearing with a strange metal object. Kevin put the truck in park and told me to hop out with him. There were three eight-foot pieces of crude steel tubular fencing that looked sort of like the metal barricades that get put up at parades for crowd control, but about five or six feet high, and forming half a hexagon They were obviously hand-made; they just didn’t have the finish of a commercial product. Kevin grabbed…
  • To Fulfill An Overdue Obligation

    17 Apr 2014 | 6:58 am
    I was challenged to do blog posting a while back by the Sith Lord Darth Aggie so here it is.As my kids are getting older and needing more attention, a part time job I enjoy while the kids are in school and just plain burned out on politics in general, blogging has become less and less of a priority to me.That and the last few times I've sat and stared at the screen and couldn't think of a damn thing to type at the time.But there is good news. AC/DC isn't retiring after all.
  • Choice Cuts: A Slew Of News Links; American Music Edition

    6 Apr 2013 | 7:02 am
    Shocking! Anti-Gun Mayor goes looking for love in all the wrong places using all the wrong ways. Almost directly related: Comparatively speaking, Mayors Against Illegal Guns members are almost eight times more likely to be convicted of crimes than Florida concealed firearm license holders – but that number is based off 23 years of licenses versus four years of MAIG.But in their eyes, they are your betters and know how to live your life for you. Via Insty.Another Shocker! "Hunting Group" that wants background checks actually a gun control front group.  In the words of Jeff Goldstein,…
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  • Save 50% on Gymnastics Leotards, Shorts + More

    Jennifer
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
    On Zulily today you can save up to 50% off on gymnastics and tumbling apparel. This is a cute Infinity Sportswear Orange “Girl Power” Leotard for $27.99. These TumbleWear Black & Aqua Hipster Shorts are only $13.99. There is a large selection to choose from! Zulily is a flash sale/daily deals site catered to moms and children. It’s one of my favorite places to snag deals on gifts and items for my family and home. Are you new to Zulily? Sign up here and receive emails letting you know what is on sale. Coupons.com l SmartSource Coupons l Red Plum Coupons l Drug Store…
  • San Francisco Bay French Roast Coffee K-Cups for $0.34 Each Shipped

    Jennifer
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    On Amazon right now you can get San Francisco Bay Coffee French Roast, 80 OneCup Single Serve Cups for only $27.55 when you choose the Subscribe & Save Option. This works out to just $0.34 per k-cup and shipping is free! Find more great Amazon Deals here. Note: Amazon prices and promotions can change at any time. The price(s) listed in this post is/are subject to change. Coupons.com l SmartSource Coupons l Red Plum Coupons l Drug Store Deals l Grocery Store Deals San Francisco Bay French Roast Coffee K-Cups for $0.34 Each Shipped is a post from: Stretching a Buck ©2014 Stretching a…
  • Polk Audio 39-Inch Bluetooth Soundbar for $149.99 Shipped

    Jennifer
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    On Amazon right now you can get this Polk Audio N1 39-Inch Bluetooth Soundbar for only $149.99. This is a 50% savings and shipping is free! Here are some of the details: In the first collaboration of its kind, Polk engineers working with Halo and Forza sound designers, created optimized custom gaming immersion modes that reveal more of any game than you’ve ever heard before Tailor your audio experience with four Immersion Modes (Forza Motorsport Racer, Halo FPS, Music and Cinema). Connect directly to your console and unleash an immersive gaming experience with onboard Dolby Digital and…
  • Men’s Fitness Magazine Subscription Deal | 1 Year for $4.99

    Jennifer
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:30 am
    Today you can purchase a 1-year subscription to Men’s Fitness Magazine for just $4.99 with coupon code STRETCHINGABUCK at checkout. This offer is valid through 11:59 pm ET tonight! (7/24/14) Coupons.com l SmartSource Coupons l Red Plum Coupons l Drug Store Deals l Grocery Store Deals Men’s Fitness Magazine Subscription Deal | 1 Year for $4.99 is a post from: Stretching a Buck ©2014 Stretching a Buck℠ Media, LLC. Use of this feed is for personal, non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright…
  • Giant Eagle Weekly Ad Deals | 7/24/14 – 7/30/14

    Marcy
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:35 pm
    Here is a list of the best deals that I see this week at Giant Eagle. Please note that coupons up to $0.99/ea are doubled at my store. Be sure to check your local ad to confirm deals and the coupon doubling policy in your area. NOTE: Find more information about shopping at Giant Eagle, including information about eCoupons and Giant Eagle Monthly/Catalina deals on my Giant Eagle Resources/FAQ page here. Multi-Item Deals Bonus $0.10 Fuelperks wyb $10 in participating Unilever products (up to additional $3.00 savings wyb 30 gallons) Suave Professionals, Kids, or Naturals Hair Care; Deodorant; or…
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  • Freebies for July 24th, 2014

    dealiciousmom
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Here are the hottest daily freebies and free samples I found: FREE Fancy Feast Broths Cat Food Sample FREE Subscription to Diabetes Self-Management FREE Waterproof Pill Pouch for AAA Members FREE Peta Stickers FREE Turkey & Avocado Sandwich at Togo’s on 7/24 FREE LEGO Monkey Mini Model Build at Lego Stores on 8/5 FREE TurboTaco Truck at Lowe’s Build and Grow Kids Clinic on 7/26 Students aged 13 to 23 (at the time of submission) who are enrolled at a qualified academic institution can earn a FREE Tesoro reward card for getting good grades. The higher the grades, the higher the value…
  • Summer Blend Sweepstakes – Win a Ninja Blender

    dealiciousmom
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:06 pm
        Mixing summertime smoothies with all your favorite fruits and vegetables just got easier with a Ninja Professional Blender! Simply follow on Pinterest and enter for a chance to win a blender complete with single serve blending cups and a Superfood Smoothie Recipe Book, filled with 100 delicious recipes. Time to get your smoothie on!  The post Summer Blend Sweepstakes – Win a Ninja Blender appeared first on "Deal"icious Mom.
  • Walmart: Teachers Get 10% Back on School Supplies

    dealiciousmom
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:51 pm
    This week Teachers can get 10% back on school supplies at Walmart!Teachers who shop at Walmart stores during its Teacher Appreciation Week, July 25 to 31, are eligible to receive a Walmart eGift Card for 10 percent back on nearly 15,000 products – everything from pencils and glue to classroom décor. Being a teacher myself, I definitely know how much money goes into your students! Grab this deal while you can! The post Walmart: Teachers Get 10% Back on School Supplies appeared first on "Deal"icious Mom.
  • Daily Printable Coupon Roundup

    dealiciousmom
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    This is a summary of the coupons published during the last 24 hours. $1.00 off any Glade Sense & Spray product $1.00 off Energizer Brand Batteries or Flashlight $1.00 off THREE Kellogg’s cereals listed $1.00 off ONE Febreze Noticeables Refill $1.00 off ONE Febreze Fabric Refresher $1.00 off ONE Febreze Candle $3.00 off One (1) EcoTools Hair Brush The post Daily Printable Coupon Roundup appeared first on "Deal"icious Mom.
  • Freebies for July 23rd, 2014

    dealiciousmom
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Here are the hottest daily freebies and free samples I found: FREE Anti-Slip Super Sticky Grip Pad for Referring Friends FREE Rachael Ray Nutrish for Cats Sample FREE Bigelow Tea Sample FREE Schiff Move Free Ultra Omega Dietary Supplement Sample FREE Victorinox Swiss Army Victoria Fragrance Sample Get a FREE 12oz Jamocha Shake at Arby’s on July 23, 2014 with this coupon. - Offer not valid with any other coupon or offer. While supplies last. Limit one coupon per customer. At participating U.S. locations only. This offer is valid on 7/23/2014. FREE Jamocha Shake at Arby’s on 7/23 FREE…
 
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  • $25 Restaurant Gift Certificates for Only $4 + 15% Cash Back!

    Stephanie
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:33 am
    Through tomorrow (7/25) you can get a $25 Restaurant Gift Certificate for only $4 from Restaurant.com when you use coupon code “XMAS” at checkout!Plus, shop through Ebates and earn 15% cash back!These are great to get for birthday dinners, date nights, and even gifts! If you’ve never purchased from Restaurant.com before, there are a few things you need to know:1. Read the terms. Many require you spend a certain amount in order to use the gift certificate (for example, to use your $25 certificate you might be required to spend $35) and will automatically add gratuity to your bill…
  • RecycleBank: Earn 25 New Points!

    Stephanie
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:05 am
    RecycleBank has a new opportunity to Earn 25 Points! Here’s how:Sign up with RecycleBankClick on “Earn 25 Points” in the image above.Take the quiz to get 25 points.See more points-earning opportunities here!You can redeem your points for a number of great rewards including gift cards (Lowe’s, Target, Sears, Starbucks, etc.), high-value coupons for organic products, restaurant/retail coupons, and more!Not familiar with RecycleBank?RecycleBank is a curbside pickup recycling program that lets you earn points for recycling.  The points can be redeemed for a variety of great items.
  • FREE Glass of McAlister’s Tea TODAY (7/24/14)

    Stephanie
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:03 am
    Free Tea Day is back by popular demand at McAlister’s Deli!  Visit any of the participating McAlister’s Deli locations TODAY (July 24th), and you’ll be able to get a FREE glass of McAlister’s Tea!No coupon required and no purchase necessary. This sounds like a delightfully refreshing way to beat the heat!Don’t forget you can also cool off with half-price shakes after 8 pm all summer long at Sonic!Thanks, Money Saving Mom!Don’t miss out on these HOT offers! Sign up for the On-Demand Newsletter to get instant email updates when there is a limited-time deal!FREE Glass of…
  • Kroger Coupon Matchups and Deals 7/23 – 7/29

    Robin Bond
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:39 am
    These are the Kroger Deals for the Texas/Louisiana area. Prices may vary by region. Texas Kroger stores No Longer Double or Triple Coupons.If you’re new, please read Couponing Terms & Abbreviations and Kroger 101: How to Shop and Save Money at Kroger Stores before continuing.Remember to load all your e-coupons from Kroger, Cellfire, and Upromise!Here are the best deals I see this week:FreebiesHormel Compleats Breakfast Products 7.5 oz- FREE Hormel Compleats Breakfast Product 7.5 oz Kroger eCoupon (available for download 7/25 and must be redeemed by 8/9)=…
  • Amazon: Brother Easy Handheld Label Maker Only $9.99 (Reg. $34.99)!

    Stephanie
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:34 am
    Right now Amazon has this Brother Easy Handheld Label Maker on sale for only $9.99 (reg. $34.99)! Shipping is free with Amazon Prime or any order over $35.One-touch keys – quickly access font sizes, styles, frames and patternsPortable, handheld design – perfect for “on-the-go” useCable labeling feature to organize your wires and cablesUses Laminated, “TZe” Tapes up to 12mm wide – great for indoor or outdoor useEasy-access memory, store up to 9 “Favorite” labelsThis is the lowest price we’ve seen, so you’ll definitely want to…
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  • #7: Oreo Double Stuff Sandwich Cookie, 15.35 Oz

    24 Jul 2014 | 7:40 am
    Oreo Double Stuff Sandwich Cookie, 15.35 Oz by Oreo 48 days in the top 100 (18)Buy new: $2.98 (Visit the Best Sellers in Grocery & Gourmet Food list for authoritative information on this product's current rank.)
  • #1: Viva Labs Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, 16 Ounce

    24 Jul 2014 | 7:40 am
    Viva Labs Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, 16 Ounce by Viva Labs 253 days in the top 100 (3797)Buy new: $18.95 $10.95 18 used & new from $10.95(Visit the Best Sellers in Grocery & Gourmet Food list for authoritative information on this product's current rank.)
  • #2: San Francisco Bay Coffee Breakfast Blend, 80 OneCup Single Serve Cups

    24 Jul 2014 | 7:40 am
    San Francisco Bay Coffee Breakfast Blend, 80 OneCup Single Serve Cups by San Francisco Bay Coffee 732 days in the top 100 (2547)Buy new: $29.00 19 used & new from $25.99(Visit the Best Sellers in Grocery & Gourmet Food list for authoritative information on this product's current rank.)
  • #9: Heinz Ketchup, Easy Squeeze, 32 oz

    24 Jul 2014 | 7:40 am
    Heinz Ketchup, Easy Squeeze, 32 oz by Heinz 37 days in the top 100 (9)Buy new: $3.34 $2.54 (Visit the Best Sellers in Grocery & Gourmet Food list for authoritative information on this product's current rank.)
  • #3: San Francisco Bay Coffee Fog Chaser, 80 OneCup Single Serve Cups

    24 Jul 2014 | 7:40 am
    San Francisco Bay Coffee Fog Chaser, 80 OneCup Single Serve Cups by San Francisco Bay Coffee 682 days in the top 100 (2460)Buy new: $29.00 23 used & new from $22.83(Visit the Best Sellers in Grocery & Gourmet Food list for authoritative information on this product's current rank.)
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  • Coupon Matchups 7/24/14: Kroger, Meijer, Giant Eagle, Publix, & More!

    Ryan @ Surviving The Stores
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:56 am
    Coupon Matchups 7/24/14 Below are the Coupon Matchups for stores that begin their ads on Thursday of this week (7/24/14). Simply click any of the links below to find the coupon matchups for the grocery stores you are interested in. If you don’t see your store or your region in this list check the Coupon Matchups Database for more national and local grocery stores. Note: If you click a link and Thursday’s ad is not available please check back later and it should be updated. For quick and easy access to these pages you can bookmark the page of your favorite store(s) in your…
  • Printable Coupon Round-Up: Outshine, Weight Watchers, Nature Valley & More!

    Surviving The Stores
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:52 pm
    Here is a round-up of some of the best printable coupons that I’ve seen so far today: Comforts for Baby Coupon – $2/1 Comforts for Baby Infant Formula (when you Like them on Facebook) Seeds of Change Coupon – $1.50/1 Seeds of Change Rice & Sauce product Outshine Coupon (IE) (FF) – $1/1 Outshine Fruit Bars Nature Valley Coupon – $1/1 Nature Valley Protein Crunchy Granola Weight Watchers Coupon (IE) (FF) - $1/1 Weight Watchers Frozen Chicken Breasts, Tenders or Burgers  Cabo Fresh Coupon – $1/1 Cabo Fresh Organic Guacamole (when you Like them on…
  • Top Deal News: FREE Frozen Backpack, Target Back to School Deals, Coupon Matchups, & More!

    Ryan @ Surviving The Stores
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:28 pm
    Here is your STS Wednesday Top Deals News with all of the deals posted today on Surviving The Stores and more! Connect with STS —> Facebook | Twitter | Email | Pinterest | RSS Feed | Toolbar | Instagram Read previous STS Top Deal News HERE. :: Today’s TOP DEALS & FREEBies :: Target Back to School Deals – Next Week’s Deals + Target B2S Coupons! Coupon Matchups 7/23/14 – Safeway, Whole Foods, Kroger, Publix, Sprouts, Aldi, and More! Oral-B 12-Pack Shiny Clean Soft 35 Toothbrushes – $9.98 shipped (Ret. $30) thru 7/23 @ 7am PDT FREE Disney Frozen Backpack After Cash…
  • Restaurant Coupons & Retail Coupons Round-up (7/23)

    Surviving The Stores
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:17 pm
    New Restaurant Coupons: Black Angus Steakhouse Coupons – $41 Campfire Feast for Two (exp: 8/18/2014) Black Angus Steakhouse Coupons – $16.99 Summer Mixed Grill Trio (exp: 8/18/2014) Bob Evans Coupons – $3 Off $10 Carry Out Purchase (exp: 7/30/2014) Chilis Coupons – Free Chips & Choice of Dip with Adult Entree Purchase (exp: 7/26/2014) Famous Daves Coupons – $5 Off $25 Purchase (exp: 7/23/2014) Kangaroo Express Coupons – FREE Hot Dog with Military ID or Mobile App Valid 7/23 Only (exp: 7/23/2014) Red Robin Coupons – $3 Off Purchase When You Present…
  • Target Back to School Deals – Next Week’s Deals + Target B2S Coupons!

    Ryan @ Surviving The Stores
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:14 pm
    Target Back to School Deals The Target back to school deals for next week are now ready to view! To see all of next week’s deals simply head over to the Target coupon matchups page HERE and click on the “Target BTS Jun 27 – Aug 2″ tab. This week’s deals are available too. Reminder – Be sure to check out our Back to School Stock Up Price List so you know when it’s the right time to buy! Plus, Target has released a bunch of back to school printable coupons for school supplies and lunch items, so be sure to browse through those for any items you still…
 
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  • Free Fancy Feast Broths Cat Food!

    Kristie Sawicki
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:11 am
    Request a FREE Sample of Fancy Feast Broths!Get a free sample of new Fancy Feast Broths with tender bites of real seafood and veggies, crafted without by-products or fillers. Click “Try a Bowl on us” on the white cat image at the right side of the page to reach the request form. If you don’t have a cat, it’s a great donation item for shelters. Allow 8-10 weeks for delivery. The post Free Fancy Feast Broths Cat Food! appeared first on Saving Dollars & Sense | Personal Finance Blog.
  • Homeschool Curriculum Up to 92% Off + Freebies!!!

    Kristie Sawicki
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:21 pm
    Now through July 28th only you can save up to 92% off homeschool curriculum and helps through this special Build a Bundle Sale!You’ll save up to 92% off curriculum for all ages, many of which can be found on the Cathy Duffy 100 Top Picks for Homeschoolers List!*BONUS OFFER – Buy any 2 packaged Bundles, get one FREE!!Choose any of the following Homeschool Bundles:Charlotte Mason Bundle - This bundle features a complete curriculum using the Charlotte Mason Methods for language arts, handwriting, and reading, a full geography curriculum, a plethora of resources for studying nature,…
  • Dealing With Empty Nest Syndrome

    Kristie Sawicki
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:45 pm
    *NOTE: This is a repost that I felt was worth sharing again in case anyone here is dealing with this new stage of life.Whether your little one heading off to school for the first time or if you have young adults on their way to college, this can be a tough transition, but I promise it gets better!I knew the day would come when my eldest would decide she was ready to leave the nest.I mean I knew it, but I guess I just never really knew what that would look like.  And I certainly was not prepared to have to just sit back while she did it all on her own.  I have always been a very hands on…
  • FREE Field & Stream Magazine Subscription!

    Kristie Sawicki
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:35 am
    Request a FREE Field & Steam magazine subscription for you!My husband LOVES everything outdoors!  Hunting, fishing, hiking, ect. and these magazines are perfect for him. Why not go ahead and surprise your outdoorsman with one too!Request your FREE Field & Stream magazine subscription here. The post FREE Field & Stream Magazine Subscription! appeared first on Saving Dollars & Sense | Personal Finance Blog.
  • Whole Foods Coupon Deals 7/23

    Kristie Sawicki
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:34 am
    Here are the best coupon deals at Whole Food’s, compliments of All Natural Savings. Whole Foods allows the stacking of a manufacturer coupon with their store coupon. There is no limit to the number of store coupons you can use in a transaction. They also offer a bulk discount of 10%. Quantity varies by product. For Whole Foods’ complete coupon policy, go here. Sales and products may vary from store to store.Pacific organic almond non-dairy beverage, 8 oz. $.99 (reg.) $1 off any Pacific non-dairy beverage (WF coupon) FREE after coupon! (Some regions are marked at $1.29, use $.50 off…
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  • FREE Home Depot Registration!

    Jaime Prideaux
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:22 pm
    WOOHOO! Go now to register for a FREE quote from Home Depot! You will get free information on professional home installation services plus free tips and budget advice on upcoming projects. And get access to all sales and discounts that The Home Depot has to offer! Hurry, register for free here: Home Depot Registration The post FREE Home Depot Registration! appeared first on Coupons and Freebies Mom.        Related Stories$180 Paid Online Survey + payment via Paypal in 2 minutes!FREE Magnesium Citrate – Lemon Lime at Target!Lysol Automatic Hand Soap…
  • *24 Hours Left* Prescription Glasses $6.95 + buy 1 get 1 free {great for back to school}!

    Jaime Prideaux
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:14 pm
    HURRY only about 24 hours left for this deal! Eyeglasses buy one get one free! Here’s a great Back to School deal on prescription eyeglasses buy one get one free! Prices of complete prescription eyeglasses start at $6.95! (That is NOT a typo – it is $6.95!) Plus they also have an Eyeglasses buy one get one free sale right now (choose one frame priced $15 to snag the BOGO FREE deal)! NOTE: I have personally ordered from this company & was pleased! With these prices, how can you afford NOT to have an extra pair of glasses for yourself or the kiddos?! Back to school is just…
  • Pledge Furniture Spray Deal At Walmart!

    MK
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
      Heres a great cleaning deal you can use to stock up on pledge cleaner! Dust always seems to pile up no matter what you do! So help clean it up with Pledge deal! Pledge Furniture Spray – $3.93 $1.00/2  Pledge Furniture products Final Price: $3.43 Thanks, I Heart The Mart! The post Pledge Furniture Spray Deal At Walmart! appeared first on Coupons and Freebies Mom.        Related Stories$100′s worth of FREE Coupons this month!Rare SnackWell’s Product Coupon!Hinode Rice Only $1.03 At Walmart! 
  • Dole Pineapple Juice, Only $0.48 at Walmart!

    MK
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    Whether your making a fun summer fruity drink or just need pinapple juice for a specific recipe this is a great deal to snag at Walmart! Heres the deal: Dole Pineapple Juice, 46 fl oz –  $2.48 Buy 1, Receive $1.00 with Checkout 51 $1.00/1 – Dole Canned Pineapple Juice, 46 oz or (1) 6 oz 6 pk Pay $1.48, Submit for $1.00 Checkout 51 Credit Final Price: $0.48 Thanks, Krazy Coupon Lady! The post Dole Pineapple Juice, Only $0.48 at Walmart! appeared first on Coupons and Freebies Mom.        Related StoriesEight O’Clock Coffee Only $0.68 at…
  • $1.00 Hot Dogs At Sonic Today Only!

    MK
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Heres a great deal if you have time today for a cheap meal! All you have to do is head to Sonic and you can grab a Chili cheese coney or all american hot dog for only $1.00! Thanks, Hip 2 save! The post $1.00 Hot Dogs At Sonic Today Only! appeared first on Coupons and Freebies Mom.        Related StoriesKangaroo Express FREE Hot Dogs On July 23rd!*90% Off* Ladies Clothes $1, Shoes $3 with Free Shipping!Tampax Pearl Tampons Only $1.65 At Target! 
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  • Kellogg’s printable coupon

    Nellie
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Kellogg’s printable coupon is a post from: Mrs. Moneysaver Don't see the coupon you are looking for, try our database of thousands of coupons at Coupon Database.
  • Snack printable coupons: Snackwell, Hershey’s, Planters

    Nellie
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:09 am
    Snack printable coupons: Snackwell, Hershey’s, Planters is a post from: Mrs. Moneysaver Don't see the coupon you are looking for, try our database of thousands of coupons at Coupon Database.
  • Pantene printable coupons: Expert Collection, Repair & Protect, Daily Moisture

    Nellie
    22 Jul 2014 | 1:14 pm
    Pantene printable coupons: Expert Collection, Repair & Protect, Daily Moisture is a post from: Mrs. Moneysaver Don't see the coupon you are looking for, try our database of thousands of coupons at Coupon Database.
  • Baby printable coupons: Gerber Lil’ Whoos, Dreft, Boudreaux’s

    Nellie
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:08 am
    Baby printable coupons: Gerber Lil’ Whoos, Dreft, Boudreaux’s is a post from: Mrs. Moneysaver Don't see the coupon you are looking for, try our database of thousands of coupons at Coupon Database.
  • Swiffer printable coupons

    Nellie
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:13 pm
    Swiffer printable coupons is a post from: Mrs. Moneysaver Don't see the coupon you are looking for, try our database of thousands of coupons at Coupon Database.
 
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  • Online Stores that accept FuturePay to Buy Now, Pay Later

    Kim Rowley
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:37 pm
    FuturePay is a simple way to shop online without a credit card by letting you put your order on a “tab” to buy now and pay later. You’ll receive a monthly statement that you can settle online by bank transfer or run your tab for a month longer for only $5. This is perfect if you don’t want a partner to see a gift you bought for them on a shared account. Plus you don’t have to give out any credit card numbers, so those can’t be lost or stolen. You are still able to use promo coupon codes at checkout as well to save on your purchases (if applicable). Body and…
  • Free Scholastic Book from Kellogg’s at Walmart

    Kim Rowley
    17 Jul 2014 | 11:06 am
    Get a FREE Scholastic Book from Kellogg’s and Walmart! Collect 1 Free Book Code found inside specially marked packages at Walmart (participating product list below) Enter Code at FreeBookOffer.com Order your Free Book!  See all books (currently 62 titles) I’m heading to Walmart later today to do this deal and the Walmart Dr. Pepper Deal!
  • Kim’s $6 Target Trip 7/15/14

    Kim Rowley
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:30 pm
    I spent a tad more than $6 on today’s Target shopping trip, but some of these deals were too good to pass up!  Here’s how you can get the exact same deals I did with free printable coupons: FREE School Supplies &/or Office Supplies (pick up 3 items priced at 50¢ or less and they will all be free!) I got 2 packs of Notecards (49¢ each) and pack of glue sticks (39¢) - $1.50/3 Target printable coupon = FREE (Coupon took off $1.37 since my items were under $1.50) Orbit Gum single pack 97¢ - 50¢ off Target printable coupon = 47¢ Suave Professionals Twin Pack $3.79 (buy 3) -…
  • Online Stores That Accept GetFinancing For Payment to Buy Now, Pay Later

    Kim Rowley
    9 Jul 2014 | 10:31 am
    GetFinancing allows you to get instant financing for your online purchases hassle free with no paperwork needed.  Their real time credit engine identifies, qualifies and approves consumers in just seconds. How do you apply for GetFinancing? Add item to your cart and then proceed to check out at any of the online stores listed below. By Payment Method, choose GetFinancing. A pop up requesting the last four digits of your Social Security will come up. Enter the four digits and hit next. You will automatically be notified if you are approved or not. Easy, huh? Online merchants that accept…
  • Vintage Snoopy Stuffed Animal Doll

    Kim Rowley
    3 Jul 2014 | 12:15 pm
    I was recently sorting through totes in my storage room and found the clothes that my Aunt Carolyn had made for my Snoopy stuffed doll when I was little.  I haven’t come across the actual Snoopy doll yet, but it looked just like this 10″ Snoopy Vintage 1968 Plush United Feature Syndicates Peanuts Stuffed Animal (shown above) that is selling for a pretty penny right now on eBay. I hope I can find my Snoopy, not to sell, but to try on these cute clothes that my aunt sewed for him (shown below on my old doll blanket that she probably sewed for me as well)… She was quite…
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    Bargain Babe

  • Thursday Freebies – Free Sandwich

    Dacia Daly
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:22 am
    Score a FREE sandwich today! Yum! There are 38 freebies today. Let us know in the comments if you learn of any more freebies, deals, or discounts. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter @BargainBabe to snag more freebies. Follow us today! Free Sandwich - Snag a FREE Turkey & Avocado Sandwich at Togo’s on July 24th! Note: You must “like” them on Facebook to access this coupon.  Free Slurpee - Today July 24, you can score a FREE Slurpee at 7-Eleven. The 7-Eleven birthday celebration has been extended through July 24. To get this freebie download the  7-Eleven app. $9.99…
  • Up to 80% Off at Kohl’s + Promo Codes!

    Dacia Daly
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:16 am
    Today, July 24, Kohl’s is offering up to 80% off a selection of women’s summer apparel, shoes, and swimwear. You will also score $10 in Kohl’s Cash for every $50 you spend. This can be redeemed from July 28th to August 6th. You will also snag FREE shipping on orders of $75 or more! Check out our tip picks below and be sure to use these promo codes to score extra savings! Promo Codes: SUMMERFUN20 - Extra 20% Off (women’s and children’s summer items) WORM - Additional 15% Off BOOK- Additional 20% orders of $100 or more SPENDNSAVE - Additonal 15% off! Apt. 9…
  • Highly Rated Frozen Wall Decals Only $11.90!

    Dacia Daly
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:15 am
    Today, July 24, you can score these highly rated Frozen Peel and Stick Wall Decals for only $11.90 (reg. $13.99!).  According to reviewers, kids go crazy over these decals! These would be perfect for a nursery or a child’s birthday present. Fun!  Here are a few more reasons this wall decal set is an Amazon best seller. Comes with 36 wall decals, decals range in size from 1.3″wide x 1.2″high to 12.34″wide x 13.9″high Easy to apply – just peel and stick Applies to any smooth surface Wall Decals are removable with no sticky residue Made in the USA Wall…
  • Pantene Pro-V Weightless Volume Gel Only $2.45!

    Dacia Daly
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:54 am
    Today, July 24, you can head over to Amazon to score this Pantene Pro-V 24 Hour Weightless Volume Gel 6.8 Oz (Pack of 3) for only $7.36 (regularly $17.97)  when you clip this $5 off coupon. That makes each bottle only $2.45! According to reviewers, this gel is perfect for thin hair.  Here are a few more reasons to love this gel.  Boost volume with long-lasting hold Do the style, not the damage Extra Strong Hold 3 Zero Weight. 24 hour hold. With Pro-Vitamins  
  • 5 Tips for Avoiding Supermarket Traps

    Megan Thode
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:24 am
    Avoid getting trapped into overspending at the grocery – via Shutterstock It happened again – I overspent at the grocery store. I went in to Trader Joe’s for toilet paper and came out with 3 bags filled with grapes, cheese, Brussels sprouts, Cookie Batter (Oh. Em. Gee.), vodka, coconut water and a bill for $87. What happened?! Supermarket traps is what happened. I looked it up and according to a recently article by MSN Money, it’s a real thing. Stores use strategies to get you to leave with more than you went in for. Have no fear, friends. The ladies at Bargain Babe…
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    Miss Thrifty

  • Slow Cooker on Holiday: Four Camping Recipes

    Miss Thrifty
    17 Jul 2014 | 5:36 pm
    I recently mentioned that on our recent glamping holiday, my slow cooker came with us. Now while I admit that this marks a new development in my relationship with my slow cooker, from one of love to one of obsession, it turned out to be a great idea. Seriously: if you have room in the car boot or in the suitcase, do it! One reason why I am so attached to my slow cooker is that it makes life so much easier, as well as cheaper. I can throw a few ingredients and leftovers into the pot before I head out to work, then return home in the evening to a readymade dinner. It turns out that when you are…
  • Friday Bargains: handbags, lipstick, a free PC World giftcard & more

    Miss Thrifty
    27 Jun 2014 | 8:49 am
    Afternoon, Thrifties! As we head into the weekend there are some good deals, sales and freebies about, so here is a round-up of a few that have caught my eye. To the more macho readers: if handbags and make-up aren’t your things, stick it out until the end to find out about how you can get your mitts on a free PC World giftcard. 1. Zatchels Flash Sale Forget designer bags, the ones from Zatchels are worth a look and I have blogged about them before. Thick leather, as hardwearing as they come and a range of dazzling colours and patterns. I always get comments when I venture out with my…
  • Four Tips for Glamping on a Budget

    Miss Thrifty
    25 Jun 2014 | 4:28 pm
     I am not overly keen on the term ‘glamping’ (‘glamorous camping’). It doesn’t matter how swish the canvas is: there is nothing glamorous about mud and communal toilet blocks. Sometimes the prices are so lofty, you could get a four-star hotel room with an en-suite bathroom for the same money. You could argue that from a personal finance perspective, glamping is a mug’s game. But what I love – what I really, really love – is glamping on a budget. It can be done! This year we spent an idyllic bank holiday weekend at Hidden Valley Yurts in…
  • Have you seen this new way to save money on train tickets?

    Miss Thrifty
    16 Jun 2014 | 3:25 am
    Have you heard of split-ticketing? This is when you purchase multiple tickets to cover various “stages” of a  journey, instead of a single ticket for a single journey. Train travel can be eyewateringly expensive so, if you know what you are doing, split-ticketing can save some serious cash. Here is one example of split-ticketing in practice. You need to travel from Macclesfield to Southampton, leaving at 0730. A return ticket for the 0730 train will set you back £215 (ouch). However if you travel on the same trains, but “split” your fare across five separate tickets,…
  • Water, water-saving freebies everywhere

    Miss Thrifty
    10 Jun 2014 | 5:53 pm
    Environmental considerations notwithstanding, the fact is this. When you save water, you save money. If you are on a water meter, you already know this: your bills are based on the amount of water you use. But even if you don’t have a water meter, the same principle applies: heating water accounts for up to a quarter of energy bills. At the time of writing, water companies are obliged to offer water-saving devices for free or at low cost – just like the energy companies are obliged to offer free or low-cost loft insulation. So thanks go out to Miss Thrifty reader Hester, who…
 
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    MomsWhoSave

  • Get a FREE Audiobook now from Audible

    Teresa Britton
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:09 pm
    Go get your FREE audiobook now from Audible! Audible.com has over 50,000 titles to download for the Apple iPod, Blackberry, and 500 other devices. Just sign in with your Amazon username and... >>> CLICK THE POST TITLE TO READ MORE!
  • It's Back! Get the Julep 5-Piece Nautical Beauty Box FREE (just pay $2.99 shipping)

    Teresa Britton
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:45 pm
    Only for a limited time, new Julep Maven members can get this new limited edition Nautical welcome box FREE! It includes FOUR nail colors, Julep's kajal eyeliner, and a sharpener -- a... >>> CLICK THE POST TITLE TO READ MORE!
  • Enter to Win! Home Away From Home Sweepstakes -- College Edition Care Package

    Teresa Britton
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:54 pm
    I have a son going to college next month, and may-be some of you have a child or another relative in college too. Enter this giveaway, and if you win, send them this great package of goodies! They... >>> CLICK THE POST TITLE TO READ MORE!
  • Win a Ninja Professional Blender and Recipe Book

    Teresa Britton
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:30 am
    Mixing summertime smoothies with all your favorite fruits and vegetables just got easier with a Ninja Professional Blender. Enter for your chance to win this Ninja blender complete with single serve... >>> CLICK THE POST TITLE TO READ MORE!
  • Choose One of THREE FREE Gifts from Shutterfly This Weekend!

    Teresa Britton
    19 Jul 2014 | 12:52 pm
    Only through Sunday, choose a free gift from Shutterfly! You can get a free custom luggage tag, a free set of custom address labels, or a free custom set of greeting cards here. Use coupon code... >>> CLICK THE POST TITLE TO READ MORE!
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    Frugal & Fabulous

  • Link Up Your Giveaways!

    22 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    Have a giveaway going on at your blog? Link it up here!Feel free to come back every Tuesday & link up at Frugal & Fab!Looking for more places to promote your giveaway? Click here for a list of giveaway link up sites! 
  • Link Up Your Giveaways!

    15 Jul 2014 | 2:51 am
    Have a giveaway going on at your blog? Link it up here!Feel free to come back every Tuesday & link up at Frugal & Fab!Looking for more places to promote your giveaway? Click here for a list of giveaway link up sites!
  • Java Factory Review + Giveaway!

    14 Jul 2014 | 5:04 pm
    I love my coffee. It's a very rare day when I don't have at least one! I'm always looking for new flavors and brands to try out in my Keriug, so when I heard about Java Factory I couldn't wait to give them a try!  The box I received contained a mixture of flavors:My favorite was the Smooth Caffeinator - Medium Roast. When I make it I sing to the tune of "Smooth Operator"... my husband on the other hand sings "Smooth Criminal". Anywho! This coffee has a smooth even taste, and has almost a nutty tone to it. I like it because it's just a good, smooth cup of coffee.  It's my new go-to…
  • Link Up Your Giveaways!

    8 Jul 2014 | 2:30 am
    Have a giveaway going on at your blog? Link it up here!Feel free to come back every Tuesday & link up at Frugal & Fab!Looking for more places to promote your giveaway? Click here for a list of giveaway link up sites!
  • PRO Compression marathon sock review and giveaway

    7 Jul 2014 | 3:51 pm
    I work out a lot - and with that comes sore muscles and sometimes even injuries.I was recently introduced to Pro Compression Marathon socks and they are awesome! You can wear them before, after or during your run or workout. I do a lot of leg work (boot camp, stairs and running) and some nights my legs just ache. The compression of the Marathon Socks speed up muscle recovery by enhancing vascular flow in your legs.The socks are tighter in targeted areas. True graduated compression promotes circulation by pushing fluid up from your feet and ankles to toward your knees. This design also helps…
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    Stretching the One Income Dollar

  • Something "Cool" For Your Sitter- When It's "Hot" Outdoors!

    18 Jul 2014 | 9:04 am
    With the long, hot days of summer in full swing and full of pool play dates, sticky Popsicle faces, summer camp carpools and grass stained knees; parents are constantly on the lookout for relief. A few hours to spend with catching up with friends, to grab dinner that does not consist of mac’n’cheese and hot dogs, to snag a cocktail with their hubby, or to just enjoy peace and quiet.This is where the bribery begins; babysitting candidates, teens and young college kids, need a trade off to give up their precious summer nights. Some are swayed by the simple idea of having a little extra…
  • Get a $25 Bonus When You Open An Account With Tangerine

    18 Jul 2014 | 8:25 am
    Open a Tangerine Account with my Orange Key 17457121S1 and get a $25 BONUS.When you open an account with a minimum balance of $100, you'll be started off with a $100 bonus.All you have to do is enter the orange key# and your set to save!
  • Summer Cleaning

    15 Jul 2014 | 6:11 pm
    Now that summer is here, many of us are dealing with more cleaning than ever before. It is amazing how much of the outside finds its way in. However, never despair, there is a ton of things you can do to enjoy the summer and keep a clean house and the laundry as well.After all we have better things to do then clean.The Sun Products Corporation has a variety of laundry aides to help with those dirty clothes this summer . Products like All, (that give it their best when you give them your "All"). And for those that don't want "scent", All has that too, with their All Free Clear…
  • Summer's Backyard Cookouts

    15 Jul 2014 | 8:56 am
    Backyard cookouts or BBQ are arguably the best part of summer. Food just tastes better when it is cooked outdoors and can be enjoyed with family and friends. With the sun shining and food grilling you can soon realize that summer cooking can be amazing.Look what we found- this is cool:There's no time like the summer to enjoy a grilled steak on the barbecue. But sometimes, it's nice to mix things up and get a boost of flavor from smoking your meat. That's why Man Crates has created a crate specifically dedicated to grilling your meat with the delicious flavor of hickory. Using the cast-iron…
  • Sunday- July 13, 2014

    13 Jul 2014 | 10:10 am
    I think Gerry is really going to find it hard getting up at 6 am tomorrow, after being off work for a week! Staying up till midnight watching tv, when he normally is in bed by 10 pm.. He had taken the week off as it was suppose to be our trip to Montana, (which we have since re-scheduled to the first week of August now.) Thought he was going to head back to work, but he decided to still stay home, even though the trip was short lived. We've had troubles with the rv and just got it a few months ago. Had been doing the fix ups on our own, but after the generator went, that was the…
 
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    Cheapism Blog

  • Why Microfiber Cleaning Cloths Are Worth the Price

    23 Jul 2014 | 10:13 am
    Follow Cheapism Ask a professional cleaner and they'll likely tell you that cleaning with microfiber is a definite must. Relatively new to the market, microfiber first materialized in the early 2000s and has since become a staple in many cleaning arsenals. While the price tag is a bit steeper than, say, a roll of paper towels, many users assert that investing in microfiber cleaning cloths saves money in the long run, makes their homes cleaner, and is far gentler on their health and the environment. Amazon Price Comparison. Microfiber cleaning cloths range in price from less than $1 each…
  • July 22nd Daily Deals: Family & Kids Deals

    22 Jul 2014 | 10:47 am
    Follow Cheapism This week's picks for top family & kids deals are a battery-powered 3-wheel bike, a VTech InnoTab 3S tablet bundle, and a kids' air bed. 1. Lil' Rider FX Battery-Powered 3-Wheel Bike 65% Off This battery-powered three-wheeler flaunts a working headlight and makes realistic sound effects. Available in six colors with free shipping and returns. Battery-Powered 3-Wheel Bike (Groupon $69.99, 65% off from $199.99 - $130.00 savings) 2. VTech InnoTab 3S Tablet Bundle 50% Off Kids' tablet bundle includes twenty apps, two special edition games, a storage case, and tablet. Three…
  • How Long Before an LED Light Bulb Pays for Itself?

    22 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    Follow Follow @Cheapism As of January 1, 2014, standard 40- and 60-watt incandescent bulbs began their slow fade into obsolescence for both manufacture and sale. In their stead, consumers are turning to LED bulbs, a relatively recent entry into the realm of indoor lighting. LED bulb prices dipped into $10 territory this year, and we found some that are even cheaper. Photo by sxc.hu/geckostamp That's still a lot of dough for a light source. But LED bulbs last up to 25 times longer than traditional bulbs. And they are light years ahead of the CFL bulbs that constituted the first wave of…
  • 5 Best U.S. Cities for a Destination Wedding on a Budget

    21 Jul 2014 | 12:52 pm
    Follow Cheapism A destination wedding doesn't have to take place in a far-flung locale to feel magical. An urban setting closer to home can host a glamorous event that's more affordable. Cheapism.com has chosen five of the best cities for a cheap destination wedding. Our methodology included scouring various "cheap cities" lists, including rankings of the best vacation cities for those on a budget (which generally factor in hotels, food, and entertainment). We gave extra credit to cities with large, hub airports likely to have affordable incoming flights from around the country. We also…
  • July 21st Daily Deals: Home & Garden Deals

    21 Jul 2014 | 10:49 am
    Follow Cheapism This week's picks for top home & garden deals are a carbon monoxide alarm, an Intex swimming pool, and a Dyson canister vacuum. 1. Kidde Carbon Monoxide Alarm 71% Off This battery operated carbon monoxide alarm has a large digital display which is easy to read, even in low-light conditions. Kidde Carbon Monoxide Alarm (Amazon $16.00, 71% off from $54.49 - $38.49 savings, 4.5 out of 5 stars at Amazon) 2. Intex Swimming Pool 53% Off This above-ground Intex 15' x 48" metal frame swimming pool is easy to assemble. Other pool sizes and options are available at Walmart. Intex…
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    Simply Saving

  • Make Money With Your Blog {Panthera}

    Joanne
    10 Jul 2014 | 8:26 am
    Do you have a blog with good traffic? If so, you can earn extra money placing high converting ads on your site. One of the best ad networks I’ve worked with is Panthera. It’s free to sign up and after you’ve been accepted, you can browse the many high-quality merchants and decide which ones work best with your readers and blog niche. Payment can be paid either by check or paypal and is issued on the 15th of each month for the previous month’s activity. Panthera also guarantees the top payout for any offer on their network. Some of their current advertisers are Better Homes…
  • Walgreens Coupon Codes (exp 5/3/14)

    Joanne
    29 Apr 2014 | 6:04 am
    Here are the Walgreens coupon codes for this week. Check the expiration date before using any of the codes. 15% off fragrances exp. 5/3/14 15% off Fragrance Sale w/ code SCENT15 40% off photo orders exp. 5/3/2014 40% off ALL Photo Orders w/ code ALLSITE40 15% off photo orders exp. 5/1/2014 Affiliate Exclusive – 15% off ALL Photo Orders w/ code NOMINORDER Buy One Get One FREE on Nature Made Vitamins and Supplements exp. 5/3/2014 BOGO on Nature Made Vitamins and Supplements 2 for $10 on Walgreen’s sunscreen exp. 5/3/2014 2 for $10 on Walgreens Sunscreen
  • Enter Now To Win An HP Pavilion!

    Joanne
    28 Apr 2014 | 6:30 am
    Would you like a new HP Pavilion? How about a free one!! Enter now to win an HP Pavilion 11t-n000 x360 PC (ENERGY STAR). Enter now – this giveaway is only open for two days. This versatile laptop easily converts to a tablet, plus the 360 degree hinge allows you to use it as a stand or tent for viewing and playing. Giveaway ends Wednesday, 4/30/2014 at 9:00 PM EST. One winner will be chosen via a lottery drawing on 5/1/2014. Prize will be delivered within 90 days of the drawing. Click here to enter!
  • Make Money Selling Your Photos

    Joanne
    25 Apr 2014 | 5:01 pm
    We frequently discuss ways to earn extra money on Simply Saving. We especially love sharing resources that give you a way to make money for doing things you’re already doing! I’m going to introduce you to a service called SmugMug and in my post there are referral links, which means I may receive a commission if you make a purchase. If you are an amateur or professional photographer, or are considering selling your photos, SmugMug may be the perfect outlet for you. SmugMug makes building, and marketing a professional photography business simple and easy. You can set your own…
  • *Giveaway* $100 Visa Gift Card

    Joanne
    28 Jan 2014 | 5:38 am
    Having an 800 number for your business can take it to the next level by making it easier for your current potential customers to reach you with their orders and questions. 1800-number.com has been helping businesses for over ten years and now they want to help you! Enter their giveaway for your chance to win a $100 Visa gift card! You can use this gift card anyway you choose, at any merchant that accepts Visa This giveaway ends February 11. Open to residents 18+ in the USA and Canada a Rafflecopter giveaway Simply Saving is not responsible or prize fulfillment.
 
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    More With Less Today

  • Find Today’s Free eBooks

    Lori
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:53 am
      Find Today’s Free eBooks Here – Updated daily! - Take a few seconds to download your favorite selections now {while they are free!} You can download free eBooks to your Kindle, iPad, smartphone or computer. Get the FREE Kindle APP right here: {Don’t you love FREE?} Amazon.com – Read eBooks using the FREE Kindle Reading App on Most Devices Here is list of today’s free ebooks to enjoy. Come back each day see if there are new free eBooks that interest you. Load up! Soon you will have a nice long list of free books to enjoy whenever you have some extra time!
  • Deals and Steals from Good Morning America

    Lori
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:20 am
    Deals and Steals from Good Morning America for July 24th You can’t beat today’s hot  “Deals and Steals” for $20 or less from GMA! Tory Johnson has an array of items and everything is $20 or less, from personalized initial necklaces, to trendy headbands, bracelets and necklaces engraved with inspirational sayings, a fitness wristband, and more. Only “Good Morning America” viewers can score these fantastic deals, up to 83 percent off retail prices. First, the fine print: 1. Use the promo codes and links provided below only on the dates listed to receive the…
  • Today’s HOT Deals

    Lori
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:08 pm
    Here are some offers and freebies that I come across each day. Stay tuned for more of Today’s HOT Deals! Thanks to Savings.com for your help with today’s PROMO Codes! Outback Steakhouse Facebook page: Consider your Monday made! Get a free Bloomin’ Onion tomorrow with any purchase thanks to Kevin Harvick! #BloominMonday. - See more at: http://thefreebieblogger.com/123633/free-bloomin-onion-at-outback-on-616/#sthash.UGuJoEnS.dpuf   Outback Steakhouse Facebook page: Consider your Monday made! Get a free Bloomin’ Onion tomorrow with any purchase thanks to Kevin Harvick!
  • Find Summer Fairs and Festivals

    Lori
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:42 am
      Find Summer Fairs and Festivals in Your Area – A Great Free Resource for Staycations and for When You Travel I found a fun, free website called Fairs and Festivals  which lists all the summer fairs and festivals happening all across our 50 states. You can find state fairs, county fairs, car shows, food festivals, arts and crafts shows and even farmers markets. Use the calendar feature on the home page of Fairs and Festivals to sort by date and location. This is a great tool to use when you are on vacation and looking for a fun activity.   Here is a list of the some of the…
  • Walmart’s New Teacher Appreciation Discounts for 2014

    Lori
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:45 am
    Walmart’s New Teacher Appreciation Discounts for 2014   Walmart’s New Teacher Appreciation Discounts for 2014 are being offered from July 25th through July 31st during it’s first ever Teacher Appreciation Week promotion. Walmart is offering teachers across the country 10 percent savings on classroom supplies. Teachers who shop at Walmart stores during its Teacher Appreciation Week, July 25 to 31, are eligible to receive a Walmart eGift Card for 10 percent back on nearly 15,000 products – everything from pencils and glue to classroom décor. How Does the Walmart…
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    Common Cents Mom

  • A Day At the Ontario Science Center

    Common Cents Mom
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:31 am
    I am blessed with a teen who loves science, so much so she has the top science grade in her school. So when we got to go check out the Ontario Science Center she was more then excited. Here are some of our photos from the day.   A greeting from a skeleton. We loved […]
  • Summer Trip: Gravol™ to the Rescue and a Giveaway

    Common Cents Mom
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:59 am
    Summer is here, everyone seems to be on the road, in a plane or on a train. Everyone seems to need to get from point A to point B sometime in the summer.  Each of those trips means travel, often in close quarters. Recently my teen and I traveled with Via Rail to the east coast […]
  • A #HealthyMe Check In: Week 2 of Medifast

    Common Cents Mom
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:47 am
    So I am on the second week of Medifast and well this is normally when I start cheating and looking for easy outs. I have tried every diet out there I think at least once. I have battled forever with my weight, but now it is not about weight, it is about health. So if […]
  • Simple Ways to Cut Costs on your Next Family Road Trip

    Common Cents Mom
    20 Jul 2014 | 7:43 am
    There’s perhaps nothing that encapsulates summer quite like loading the kids in the car, packing a cooler, and driving off to the beach for a weekend! If you’re planning a longer holiday, however, it’s all too easy to underestimate the expense involved. Road tripping can be a great way to save money on travel, but […]
  • Have a Mastercard? Love Toronto? A Giveaway #LoveThisCity

    Common Cents Mom
    20 Jul 2014 | 7:19 am
    Are you a Mastercard holder? I am. I have had Mastercard for years. Now the advantage of being a Mastercard holder in Toronto is you can take advantage the Priceless Cities program and get some great deals on some of my favorite places in Toronto. Last week Mastercard Canada sent me a prepaid Mastercard, that […]
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    fru-frugal: A quirky blog

  • Memorable Vacations

    Diane S.
    16 Jul 2014 | 12:18 pm
    Those moments where things do not go as planned while on vacation. Yes, those. Yet, they turn out to be ahhh-mazing and the most memorable of the trip. This happened for me at Yosemite National Park years back. Some call those a happy accident. Sometimes you just cannot plan these things. And that is what makes them so […]
  • Energy Upgrade California, NOW

    Diane S.
    7 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    It is no mystery; California is shoe melting hot during the hottest days of summer. Air conditioning and a well insulated home is not a desire but more a necessity. Yet, now more than ever, Californians need to watch our water and energy usage. With the heat ahead, it is a great time to take […]
  • Writing Like a Girl

    Diane S.
    2 Jul 2014 | 2:24 am
    I write like a girl. I talk like a woman. I think like a grown-up. Am I bothered by that? F#*k no. Because I am all of these things. In fact, I am shoveling spoonfuls of ice cream into my mouth while I type this and don’t plan on barfing it up later. I am […]
  • BGCA’s Cyber Safe Site

    Diane S.
    28 Jun 2014 | 2:24 pm
    Disclosure: I participated in an Influencer Activation Program on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for BGCA. I received a promotional item to thank me for participating. June is Internet Safety month. “One in three parents believes their teens to be much more tech-savvy, leaving many feeling helpless when it comes to monitoring their teen’s online behavior.” As […]
  • Pirates in Buena Park

    Diane S.
    25 Jun 2014 | 1:28 pm
    I have never been to the Pirates show in Buena Park, have you? Looks like a lot of fun, especially as a summer activity. WORLD’S MOST UNIQUE & INTERACTIVE DINNER SHOW Two-hour live performance featuring an astonishing display of special-effects wizardry, aerial artistry, swashbuckling swordplay and dynamic duels. Four-course feast fit for a pirate king […]
 
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    Make it and Mend it - creative craft and upcycling

  • Win £100 to Spend Online with Maxwells DIY

    Hilary Bruffell
    8 Jul 2014 | 3:04 am
    Are you suffering with the World Cup Blues?  Looking for something to distract you?  Then look no further, a little DIY is just what you need, and we have the perfect opportunity for you. We have teamed up with Maxwells DIY to bring you a fantastic competition! One lucky person has the chance of winning £100 to spend online  at Maxwells DIY. So whether you are renovating your kitchen, redecorating your bedroom or landscaping your garden, £100 will allow you to get some new furniture, tools and more To enter our competition all you have to do is enter your details into the Rafflecopter…
  • How to upcycle an old sofa into garden furniture

    Hilary Bruffell
    16 Jun 2014 | 5:36 am
    Just because something is no longer fit for purpose doesn’t mean that we have to throw it away – it might be that it’s fit for a new purpose.  Upcycling old furniture can mean that you can make your own really unusual garden furniture.   I had an old sofa that had been sitting in the garage for months and was tattered and torn, but with a little love and elbow grease I upcycled it into a gorgeous new piece of garden furniture. This old sofa now sits on my terrace with herbs growing underneath and through it. Step one x x Remove all the old upholstery – including all…
  • Making elderflower cordial

    Clare O'Brien
    11 Jun 2014 | 4:41 am
    Elderflower cordial is one of the first true tastes of summer and you can make it yourself just by foraging for the flowers and adding the cost of some sugar and citrus fruits. It’s a great pleasure to prepare and very easy…  just follw these simple steps. All credit for her recipe to Carrie-Jean Walker, Southern Belle and Europhile, now living and working in Sweden with her family and a great Make it and Mend it fan. Thank you! We’ve also got a recipe for elderflower champagne. Ingredients 20 elderflower heads 2 untreated lemons 1 kilo sugar 1 litre water 2 tsp. ascorbic…
  • How to reinvent your holiday wardrobe

    Hilary Bruffell
    10 Jun 2014 | 3:06 am
    The beach is waiting and you have nothing to wear? We don’t believe a word of it. Here’s how to revamp last year’s summer clothes and look absolutely fab darling.  What about that overstuffed wardrobe and those boxes of unwanted clothes in the spare room? You probably have the makings of a great new summer wardrobe without even leaving your home. 1) Sort out your wardrobe If you love Make it and Mend it you’ll love being a member Join us – it’s free. Get our newsletter & enter our great competitions. Join now Most of us have wardrobes that are…
  • Decorating your bedroom on a budget

    Hilary Bruffell
    3 Jun 2014 | 7:17 am
    Fed up with your bedroom?  Is it looking a tired and jaded, or maybe you’re fed up with the dark wood furniture, but don’t think you can afford to buy new pieces or can afford to get the decorator in.  Why not have a go at redecorating it yourself.   A few quick and easy projects can breathe new life into a tired room and can save you a fortune as well.  Ring the changes with a change of colour A coat of fresh paint on the walls of your bedroom can not only make it feel like new, but can also change the whole feel and atmosphere of your room. The colour of a room has the ability to…
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    BabySavers

  • Better Homes & Gardens just $5.99/Year!

    Marybeth
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
    For a limited time, you can get a 1 Year Subscription to Better Homes & Gardens for just $5.99! This is a great price for this magazine favorite! This magazine is filled with great tips and ideas worth way more than the $0.50/issue! And with your subscription you also get the new Better Homes and Gardens All-Time Favorites Cookbook and Best-Loved Desserts ABSOLUTELY FREE! You can add on a year of Family Circle Magazine for just $5 More! Grab this great deal on these two magazine favorites while it lasts! The post Better Homes & Gardens just $5.99/Year! appeared first on…
  • Maxwells Attic: Save Up to 90% Every Day + $5 off Coupon!

    Marybeth
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Sign up with Maxwells Attic today, and you can Save up to 90% Every Day on some great products. Plus when you sign up you will receive a coupon code for $5 off. Find deals on items like jewelry, household goods, clothing and more! New deals added daily, so if you don’t see something you like today, sign up anyway (It’s FREE!) to get your $5 off coupon. And shipping is always FREE! I love that! Coupon code is good for one time use only, must be used on orders over $10 and is sent via email. Don’t miss out on some great daily deals! Sign up with Maxwells Attic today! The…
  • YorkPhoto.com Promo Code: Custom Fleece Blanket Only $20!

    Marybeth
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:30 pm
    York Photo has a great deal on a photo gift going on right now!  Get a Custom Fleece Blanketfor just $20 when you use York Photo promo code LIGHT.  That’s a savings of $27.99 off the regular price! These make great gifts for just about anyone! To take advantage of this photo gift deal, you must place your order on YorkPhoto.com by 08/13.  (For new customers only.) New customers should also take advantage of York Photo’s offer of 40 FREE 4×6 photo prints! YorkPhoto.com offers secure, unlimited, and free photo storage, plus over 100 products you can make using your…
  • Tiny Prints Promo Code: 50% off Thank You Cards! One Day Only!

    Marybeth
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:29 pm
    Sign up to receive emails from Tiny Prints to receive Free Shipping on your first order. TinyPrints.com just announced a new promo code for 50% off Thank You Cards! Be sure to checkout the selection of Custom Thank You Cards to find some great baby thank you cards or just general thank you cards to have on hand. This deal is valid today only. Use promo code 0723DEAL during checkout to get this deal. Tiny Prints is a leading online retailer of custom all occasion and holiday greeting cards, invitations, birth announcements, thank you cards, stationary, photo books, and more. For a limited…
  • Lands End: Back to School Sale + 30% off Reg. Priced Kids Items

    Marybeth
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    It may feel like school just ended, but the Back to School shopping season is arriving quickly! This season’s Kid’s Back to School Collection at Lands’ End features new patterns in your favorite styles in dresses and skirts. Try their new sweatshirts in solids or prints and patterns for both Boys’ and Girls’. These styles can be worn casually or layered with a button down shirt for more formal events. The Boys’ Iron Knee Pant is also back featured in a variety of fabrics from denim to twill. These durable pants will last throughout the school year. For a…
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    Its All Free Online - Free Samples

  • Free Disney Frozen Backpack After Cash Back

    Free Samples and Deals
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:10 pm
    The back to school deals are going already and this one is even better because it’s free. Get a free Disney’s Frozen Backpack at Kmart. Create or login at TopCashBack then click this link for the specials. Click the get cash back button. Once on the site you can buy the backpack for free pick up. You will have to pay $15.29 but you will get $17 cash back! I’m sure this one won’t last long so order now. Note: There is also a free Drano offer that ends today on the Kmart page. I would make sure to do separate transactions though so you get your free credit.
  • Instant Win Games

    Instant Win Games Expert
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:58 pm
    Here is a list of current instant win games. If you see any that are over, or know of any more, please let us know! These are all free to play games, and some of our members have won some amazing prizes! Featured Games and Sweeps Glade Best Feelings Giveaway – Enter to win one of 4 getaways or a Glade Gift Basket Exp 8/17 Enter the Arnicare Adventure Sweepstakes to win a trip to the Grand Canyon or a Caribbean Cruise. Join YouPet for the chance to win a $50 Petco Gift Card every week. Rock Your Finances $50,000 Giveaway! AARP wants you to rock your finances! Enter the AARP sweeps for…
  • Free Sample of Fancy Feast Broths

    Free Samples and Deals
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:39 pm
    There is a new free sample available for your cat. Go request it right MEOW. Get a free sample of Fancy Feast Broths. Click here and then click the “Try a Bowl” tab on the bottom left corner. Fill out the form and you are done! Expect to receive your sample in 8 to 10 weeks.
  • Free Lighter from Parliament

    Free Samples and Deals
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:43 pm
    I haven’t used this one before so I had to sign up. Right after signing up I could request my freebie! Get a free lighter from Parliament. Click here and either register or login. After you do that click “offers” at the top and request your free gift. Limit one per person. Available through 9/30/14 or while supplies last.
  • Unbox to Win Sweepstakes

    Free Samples and Deals
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:00 pm
    Today we have a new sweepstakes with some great prizes up for grabs. Enter here for a chance to win an Apple iPad Air mobile digital device, Microsoft Surface mobile digital device, Google Chromebook notebook computer, or Google Glass wearable computing device. Make sure to enter before Thursday July 31st.
 
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    Mama of 3 Munchkins

  • Should You Build Your Own Carport?

    Ty Watson
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:04 am
    A carport is a relatively easy structure to build, and the money and time invested in the construction of one will quickly pay off. A combination of bird droppings, harmful paint-fading UV rays from the sun, and storm-induced damage can QUICKLY diminish the appearance of your car, and sometimes even cause damage (such as chipped [...] Read More
  • Maintaining a Clean Home Over Summer Break

    Ty Watson
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    With all kinds of things going on in the summer months — kids in and out of the house, swim and slumber parties back to back, out-of-town guests bringing in their baggage — summer can be chaotic. But it can also be fun at the same time, as long as you have a plan to [...] Read More
  • Enter to Win 2 Tickets to the California State Fair

    Ty Watson
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:29 am
    Who loves the California State Fair? We sure do! We have a giveaway for two tickets to the California State Fair that you don’t want to miss! Hurry to enter before it is too late. The GoPhone Freedom Tour team will be at the California State Fair on July 24th to 27th, 2014. The team [...] Read More
  • San Jose: Double Tree by Hilton Review

    Ty Watson
    19 Jul 2014 | 4:30 pm
    Finding a wondrous hotel when you’re away from home can be very difficult, right? The best hotels are sometimes out of reach financially (especially if you have a BIG family, like mine), but you can find some great deals on family-friendly hotels, that are actually really beautiful, or have a great staff. When we went [...] Read More
  • Keep Momming

    Ty Watson
    10 Jul 2014 | 5:40 pm
    I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Shire. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating. The relationship that exists between mothers and daughters is unlike any other. It has many unique moments, memories, and yes, even challenges along the way. The relationship dynamic can be [...] Read More
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    "Deal"icious Mom

  • Freebies for July 24th, 2014

    dealiciousmom
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Here are the hottest daily freebies and free samples I found: FREE Fancy Feast Broths Cat Food Sample FREE Subscription to Diabetes Self-Management FREE Waterproof Pill Pouch for AAA Members FREE Peta Stickers FREE Turkey & Avocado Sandwich at Togo’s on 7/24 FREE LEGO Monkey Mini Model Build at Lego Stores on 8/5 FREE TurboTaco Truck at Lowe’s Build and Grow Kids Clinic on 7/26 Students aged 13 to 23 (at the time of submission) who are enrolled at a qualified academic institution can earn a FREE Tesoro reward card for getting good grades. The higher the grades, the higher the value…
  • Summer Blend Sweepstakes – Win a Ninja Blender

    dealiciousmom
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:06 pm
        Mixing summertime smoothies with all your favorite fruits and vegetables just got easier with a Ninja Professional Blender! Simply follow on Pinterest and enter for a chance to win a blender complete with single serve blending cups and a Superfood Smoothie Recipe Book, filled with 100 delicious recipes. Time to get your smoothie on!  The post Summer Blend Sweepstakes – Win a Ninja Blender appeared first on "Deal"icious Mom.
  • Walmart: Teachers Get 10% Back on School Supplies

    dealiciousmom
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:51 pm
    This week Teachers can get 10% back on school supplies at Walmart!Teachers who shop at Walmart stores during its Teacher Appreciation Week, July 25 to 31, are eligible to receive a Walmart eGift Card for 10 percent back on nearly 15,000 products – everything from pencils and glue to classroom décor. Being a teacher myself, I definitely know how much money goes into your students! Grab this deal while you can! The post Walmart: Teachers Get 10% Back on School Supplies appeared first on "Deal"icious Mom.
  • Daily Printable Coupon Roundup

    dealiciousmom
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    This is a summary of the coupons published during the last 24 hours. $1.00 off any Glade Sense & Spray product $1.00 off Energizer Brand Batteries or Flashlight $1.00 off THREE Kellogg’s cereals listed $1.00 off ONE Febreze Noticeables Refill $1.00 off ONE Febreze Fabric Refresher $1.00 off ONE Febreze Candle $3.00 off One (1) EcoTools Hair Brush The post Daily Printable Coupon Roundup appeared first on "Deal"icious Mom.
  • Freebies for July 23rd, 2014

    dealiciousmom
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Here are the hottest daily freebies and free samples I found: FREE Anti-Slip Super Sticky Grip Pad for Referring Friends FREE Rachael Ray Nutrish for Cats Sample FREE Bigelow Tea Sample FREE Schiff Move Free Ultra Omega Dietary Supplement Sample FREE Victorinox Swiss Army Victoria Fragrance Sample Get a FREE 12oz Jamocha Shake at Arby’s on July 23, 2014 with this coupon. - Offer not valid with any other coupon or offer. While supplies last. Limit one coupon per customer. At participating U.S. locations only. This offer is valid on 7/23/2014. FREE Jamocha Shake at Arby’s on 7/23 FREE…
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    Thrift Core

  • How I Eat Healthy (And Cheap) On The Run: For The Busy Vegan. Veggies To-Go.

    Van
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:51 pm
    Sticking to a healthy diet on-the-go is simple with a little prep and routine. I'm often running around from one place and thing to the next and I've learned how to keep up with my mostly raw vegan diet in world that's not at all catered to it.These are tricks I've learned for staying on track and eating right (and inexpensively) for vacations, or anytime you're out and about.A green drink bought at Atlantic Beach From Biomax. Photos in this post from my Instagram feed.1) Packing Smoothies: When I know I'll be sleeping over at my guy's pad or I'll be out exploring I'll blend 2-3 smoothies and…
  • Art School Pros/Cons and Tips for Better Photos with Nature Photographer Jill Mullins

    Van
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:47 pm
    The best thing I've gained from my part time kitchen shop at Shakti Life Kitchen are the connections with like-minded eco-freak crunchy folk. Before, there was no one else in my close circle of friends I can vent to for hours on end about veganism or conversationalism. You might be inclined to drop kick us (Damn You Hippies!) for our crunchy convos; we're eco-natzis. No shame. Now that I'm trying to figure out a school path I finally had to grill my co-worker and friend Jill on her experience going to school for a Masters in Fine Arts in Photography and get some of her pro tips on improving…
  • Freshly Curated (AKA Thrift Haul, New Name) Sexy Summer Vintage and Clothes + Updates

    Van
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:10 am
    My hunting is limited these days. I'm still trying to list everything in my apartment, clearance, and purge before I start yard sale hopping in earnest again. In fact on the fence with reselling. Journalism and photography and paramount and I'm putting my feelers out there, but reselling will always be there at a smaller scale. I did go hunting for some necessities though, here some of the latest finds and curated goods:I love my new gym shoes! I found these along with an identical pink pair (given to mom) at the Goodwill "Pound Store" for a song.  (As colloquially refer to it in…
  • MODify Living Room Makeover Phase 1: Thrift Wish List for a Fresh New Living Room

    Van
    18 Jul 2014 | 10:59 am
    Challenge time: I continue to minimize my possessions to the bare minimum and the pad is feeling quite empty and imbalanced. My apartment doubles as a workspace/background for product and editorial photography so I always try to keep it as balanced as possible. I'm challenging myself to refill and balance the space using only what I have on hand or what I can get for free or close to it!This is Phase 1 of my living room revamp, it's not done, not even close, but I wanted to inspire any new Buy Nothing New folks. If you're patient, the stuff you seek will sometimes come to you! I also intend…
  • My First Time at the Gun Range: A Gamer Nerd's Apocalypse Survival Strategy

    Van
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:50 am
    Like most millennials cut from the nerdy cloth, I've spent my entire life playing shooting video games. It started with that snickering dog bastard I'd impotently fire at between rounds of duck hunt. Next I graduated to Samus and Mega man's robo-arm blasters. I still adore survival horror video games, nothing beats losing yourself in an atmospheric horror game like Resident Evil, Silent Hill and Parasite Eve, your pathetic pistol your only protection against the undead and the unknown. Over the years, my "high scores" tell me I've gotten pretty damn good at it. But I'd never shot a gun until…
 
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    The Thrifty Mommy

  • Today’s Michaels Deals

    The Thrifty Mommy
    9 Jul 2014 | 1:47 pm
    I was pleased to find out that the clearance aisle at Michaels was on sale for an additional 50% off the lowest price. I stopped today and found some great deals. I ended up with approximately $55 of merchandise for only $12! That’s a savings of 78%!    My Deals: Springfield pop princess doll outfits, regular price $19.99, $5.99 Springfield argyle tee and skirt doll outfit, regular price $9.99, $1.99 Art Minds 2-color tie dye kit, regular price $5.99, $.89 4 magic paint poster kits (12 sheets each), regular price $1, $.24 each Scotch 2 pk super glue gel, regular price $4.99, $.49…
  • Today’s Deals at Shoe Department

    The Thrifty Mommy
    9 Jul 2014 | 12:39 pm
    Both of my children’s feet have grown quite a bit this year. I knew it was time to purchase new flip flops but I really didn’t want to run out and buy a pair of cheap, thin flip flops that wouldn’t last long. We live on the coast and so during the summer, we wear flip flops a lot. I wanted the kids to have something with more support, but I also was looking for a good deal. I went to Shoe Department and saw that they had Sperry Top-Sider flip flops for $19.99. I liked the flip flops and knew they had good support and wouldn’t fall apart quickly. I decided to stop by…
  • Today’s Deals at Ross 6/24/14

    The Thrifty Mommy
    24 Jun 2014 | 6:08 pm
    Hello everyone. I know. I know. I haven’t been posting much. Teaching first graders is tiring and takes a lot of time, but I love them. I’m not home for the summer yet. I just finished attending a math workshop and I have homework! I am also teaching summer school. I spent some money today, which you all know is something I don’t do very often. One of the reasons I am teaching summer school is so that I will have some extra money to buy school clothes, shoes, birthday presents, and some household things we’ve been needing and/or wanting. One of my stops today was Ross.
  • Rack Room Shoes: 10% Off for Military

    The Thrifty Mommy
    26 May 2014 | 7:29 am
    Rack Room Shoes is offering 10% to military personnel and their families through Tuesday, May 27th. A U.S. military i.d. is required for the 10% savings. DISCLAIMER: Certain styles excluded. This offer can be combined with earned qualifying Rewards dollars but not with other coupons. FacebookTwitterDiggItTechnoratiDel.icio.usreddit
  • Dayspring.com: Medallion Necklaces 50% Off

    The Thrifty Mommy
    15 Apr 2014 | 7:17 pm
    Dayspring.com is having a sale just in time for Mother’s Day. Right now you can get their Medallion necklaces for $8.49! These necklaces feature messages of hope and Scripture on six different designs. Each necklace has a vintage flair with scripture on the back. I can’t decide which one I like the best. Dayspring also has many other gifts for mom. Also, all Mother’s Day cards are 30% off this month. No coupon is needed. This post contains affiliate links. FacebookTwitterDiggItTechnoratiDel.icio.usreddit
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    Passion for Savings

  • FREE Audiobook from Audible.com + 14 Day Trial!

    Passion For Savings
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:41 am
    Free AudiobookGo I just used this offer for an upcoming trip and got an audiobook I wanted for FREE :) Right now when you sign up for Audible.com, you will get your choice of a FREE Audiobook. You can get a free 14-day trial of the Audible Listener Gold monthly plan, as well as get a free audiobook download! If you are headed to the beach and need something to listen too, or you’re spending time driving on a road trip this summer this deal is for you! If you’ve never tried an audio book, this is your chance.  Whether you like to listen while you drive, or while you workout, or…
  • Frozen Anna & Elsa Fleece Blanket In Stock!

    Passion For Savings
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:27 am
    Frozen Anna & Elsa Fleece BlanketGo If you are looking for Frozen Toys or other items, I am happy to say that the Frozen Anna & Elsa Fleece Blanket is In Stock right now on Amazon and the price has dropped! This is so fun to have as an extra blanket for any Frozen Fan or to use as a throw! It features Anna and Elsa and has awesome reviews on Amazon with 4 1/2 out of 5 stars. The price has dropped to $23.35 down from $29.99, so hurry and snag it now because Frozen items always sell out fast! Right now you can also get the Frozen Comforter for only $32.99 and this a great thing to grab…
  • Baby Feather Headbands As low as $2.42 + Free Shipping!

    Passion For Savings
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:04 am
    Baby Feather HeadbandsGo These are so sweet and there are a BUNCH of different styles and colors! Check out these adorable Baby Feather Headbands that you can snag right now for a great accessory deal! This adorable pink feather headband is just $2.42 and shipping is FREE! The blue one is only $2.45 and how SWEET is that baby!!? I am crazy about this Cute Pink Feather and Bow Headband and it is $2.60 Shipped and if you click on the different images on that page, there are lots of cute colors and the prices are all around $3! Pricing subject to Change at any time. Please make sure you check…
  • Printable White Cloud Coupons | 4 pk. Double Rolls only $0.99 !

    Passion For Savings
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:02 am
    Printable White Cloud Coupons Go Make sure you don’t miss out on the HOT B1G1 Free Printable White Cloud Coupons for their 3 Ply Toilet Paper and they make a HOT Stock Up Price on Toilet Paper! Walmart has the 4 count 3 ply double rolls for $1.97 and with the $1 off Printable White Cloud Coupons you can get 2 packs of them for $0.99 each! That makes these $0.25 per roll which is AWESOME for the 3 ply Double Rolls! White Cloud 4 ct. 3-Ply Double Rolls-$1.97 B1G1 Free Printable White Cloud Coupons $0.99 ea. wyb 2 after coupon! You can also get an awesome Stock Up Deal on Quilted Northern…
  • FREE Slurpee at 7 Eleven Today Only!

    Passion For Savings
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:58 am
    Free SlurpeesGo Head to your local 7 Eleven for a great freebie today! Get a FREE Slurpee with the 7-Eleven App! You will need to make sure and not click on Redeem Offer until you are at 7-Eleven because you have 15 minutes to claim it once you click! Plus, Don’t miss all the other Online Freebies and Samples I have posted Recently. You can also sign up for our New HOT Deals Email Alerts! You'll be notified by email instantly when HOT Freebies are released! This is the best way to make sure you Don't Miss Another Deal! NameEmail Address This post was originally posted to Passion For…
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    The Frugal Girls

  • Pin of the Week: Seasoned Potato Wedges Recipe!

    frugalgirls@hotmail.com
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Pin of the Week: Seasoned Potato Wedges Recipe!
  • The Frugal Girls Couponology 101!

    frugalgirls@hotmail.com
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Looking for ways to save even more at the grocery store?? Head on over to check out the tips in The Frugal Girls Couponology 101! See Also: The Frugal Girls Coupon Database: Print, Clip, $ave!!
  • Big List of Fun Packed Lunch Ideas for Kids!

    frugalgirls@hotmail.com
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:10 pm
    It’s back-to-school time, and that means it’s time to get back to packing those lunches! Check out this Big List of Fun Packed Lunch Ideas for Kids! See Also:
  • 5 FREE Pairs of Fashion Baby Leggings! {just pay s/h}

    frugalgirls@hotmail.com
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:50 pm
    Keep your baby outfits simple and ultra functional!! Do you have a little one on the move or know someone that does?? Score 5 FREE Pairs of Fashion Baby Leggings with promo code: FRUGALGIRLS2014 {just pay s/h!} What your frugal friends are saying: “I got mine for s+h! Super awesome deal! My seven year old still uses them as arm warmers when we forget a jacket. We keep pairs all over, just in case.” ~ Emily These make fabulous Baby Shower gifts, too! Go to Baby Leggings Click on ‘Shop Now’ Add 5 pairs of baby leggings to your cart At checkout, enter promo code:…
  • 39 Dallas and Fort Worth Insider Travel Tips!

    frugalgirls@hotmail.com
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:10 pm
    Everything is bigger in Texas… seriously!  I once saw a 3 Liter of Pepsi! If you have ever wanted to visit the Dallas and Forth Worth area, check out these 39 Frugal Girls exclusive Dallas and Fort Worth Insider Travel Tips! A special thanks to frugal friend Andrea for sharing this fun Dallas photo! See Also:
 
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    Cheapdanny's Coupon Codes and Promo Codes!

  • Old Town Trolley Coupon Code – DC, Boston, Savannah

    allisonb
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    Old Town Trolley Coupons for Boston, Washington DC Tours from Trusted Tours 2014. Check out the latest Washington DC trolley tours coupons for Monuments by Moonlight, Boston trolley tours coupons, Old Savannah Tours, New Orleans trolley tours coupons, San Diego Trolley tours and more. Trusted Tours offers discounted tickets for the best sightseeing tours via […]
  • Ghost Tours in Key West, New Orleans & Savannah

    allisonb
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    We’ve gathered all the best available Ghost Tours in Key West, Savannah, New Orleans and St. Augustine. Check out the latest Trusted Tours promotions to get the best tickets in town! Key West: 10% Off Ghosts and Gravestones Tour Save up to 10% off Ghost and Gravestones Tour of Key West with this coupon. Savannah: […]
  • Verizon Fios Double Play Promotions

    allisonb
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Use Verizon Double Play promotion and promo code to get deals on Fios TV and high speed internet offers and packages with or without term contract. Verizon has America’s largest 100% fiber optic network that provides high definition TV, high speed internet connection and digital phone service. With Fios TV, you can experience HD picture […]
  • SeaWorld Discount – $10 Off Single Day Pass!

    Ed
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:15 am
    Get the latest SeaWorld Discount and SeaWorld Orlando Coupons to save on your next visit! SeaWorld offers ten unique theme parks, including SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Discovery Cove and Sesame Place. Sea World caters to animal lovers and thrill seekers that would enjoy the shark, dolphin, and killer whale shows. Water ride enthusiasts are in for […]
  • Shoemall 25% – 30% Off + Free Shipping 2014

    Ed
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Get up to 20%, 25% and 30% with Shoemall Coupon and Shoemall Discount Code for 2014. ShoeMall is an online shoe store that offers a variety of shoes including boots, heels, loafers, pumps, sandals, sneakers and Wedges. Shoemall.com provides major brands including Aerosoles, Asics, Crocs, Calvin Klein, Columbia, Easy Spirit, Ed Hardy, Jessica Simpson, Lucky […]
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    Coupon Scribbles

  • Free Coupons and Samples from Cool Savings

    Admin
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:49 am
    FREE Grocery Coupons, Product Samples and more!  Go here and get signed up!
  • Game Night Coupons to Print

    Admin
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:49 pm
    Are you ready for game night?  You will be after you print off these coupons.  Go here to get them. Here’s the list.. $5.00 OFF any Vtech Toy ($19.99 or higher) $4.00 OFF 1 Hasbro MONOPOLY Electronic Banking game $4.00 OFF 1 Hasbro Electronic SCRABBLE Flash game $3.00 OFF 1 Hasbro GATOR GOLF game $3.00 OFF 1 Hasbro SORRY! Sliders game $3.00 OFF 1 Hasbro BOP IT! Bounce game $3.00 OFF 1 Hasbro CONNECT 4 game $3.00 OFF 1 Hasbro BOP IT! game $3.00 OFF 1 Hasbro CUPONK game $3.00 OFF 1 Hasbro ELEFUN game $3.00 OFF 1 Hasbro OPERATION game
  • $5 in Free Coupons from Kelloggs

    Admin
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:47 am
    It’s back.  These go quickly.  Sign up for $5 in coupons, special offers, promotions & more from Kellogg’s! Go here to get signed up.
  • Last Day to Load Up These Coupon on Your Kroger Plus Card

    Admin
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:47 pm
    Have you signed up yet at Cellfire so you can load up your Kroger Plus Card? Load your Kroger Plus card by going here for Cellfire and selecting the coupons you want.  If you haven’t already signed up, here is your chance! The offers below are available at Kroger and Kroger subsidiaries, Safeway subsidiaries, Lowe’s Foods, and Foodtown until 4/18. They expire on 5/2. These offers will also be available at ShopRite from 4/10 – 4/23. Green Giant boxed Save $.60 Save $0.60 when you buy THREE any variety Green Giant® Frozen Boxed Vegetables. Totinos Party Pizza Save $1 Save…
  • Food and Beverage Coupons to Print Out

    Admin
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:47 am
    It’s coupon printing time.  Here is a whole slew of Food and Beverage Coupons to print out…  Go here to print them out. Buy 1 Get 1 FREE POWER BAR Harvest Bar, any variety $2.00 OFF 1 Kentucky Legend Ham or Turkey Breast, or our NEW Premium Bacon $1.50 OFF 1 NESTLE BUTTERFINGER 9.2oz Fun Size Bag $1.00 OFF 1 OSCAR MAYER Selects Hot Dogs $1.00 OFF 1 Emerald Breakfast on the go! Product 7.5 oz or larger $1.00 OFF 2 LAND O LAKES Margarine $1.00 OFF 2 Hanover Gold & Silver Line Frozen Vegetables $1.00 OFF 1 Newman’s Own Thin & Crispy Pizza $1.00 OFF 1 McCann’s…
 
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    Hunt4Freebies

  • FREE Fancy Feast Broths Cat Food Sample

    Michele
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:58 am
    The offer is still available if you missed this yesterday afternoon! Get a FREE Fancy Feast Broths Cat Food Sample!! Click on “try a bowl” link to get the form. Expect to receive your sample in 8 to 10 weeks. FREE Fancy Feast Broths Cat Food Sample is a post from: Hunt4Freebies Follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Google+
  • FREE Southern Tide Sticker

    Michele
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:40 am
    To get a FREE Southern Tide Sticker FREE Southern Tide Sticker is a post from: Hunt4Freebies Follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Google+
  • 4,000 FREE Shop Your Way Rewards Points

    Mike
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:04 am
    This is available again for today if you missed this yesterday! To get 4,000 FREE Shop Your Way Rewards Points and KMarts Link Here click the LocalAd Points giveaway box on the right side of both of the links to get 4,000 points total that you can use 7/27/14 thru 8/2/14. If you’re not a Shop Your Way Reward member you can sign up here for FREE. You can shop at Shopyourwayrewards.com. The first 10,000 members to view the LocalAd and click “get started” will be awarded $2.00 in points (2000 points) to use 7/27/14 thru 8/2/14. Ask to redeem your points at checkout, in store or online.
  • FREE Nikwax BaseFresh Sample

    Mike
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:48 am
    Reminder you can request a Nikwax sample every 2 months. To get a FREE Nikwax BaseFresh Sample – you have to answer the questions correct, but if you don’t that’s okay, you can change your answers if you get them wrong and try again until you get them right. You can use the clues tab to help you trough the quiz. If you filled this out less than 3 months ago, you are not able to do this again. But every 2 months you can come back and get your FREE Nikwax Product! **Please Note: This freebie does take a while to ship, but it does come. FREE Nikwax BaseFresh Sample is a post from:…
  • FREE Cabinet Safety Latch Starter Kit From Home Made Simple

    Michele
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:27 pm
    Get a FREE Cabinet Safety Latch Starter Kit! This offer has been posted before, but It is still available in case you missed this. (Source: Home Made Simple) FREE Cabinet Safety Latch Starter Kit From Home Made Simple is a post from: Hunt4Freebies Follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Google+
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  • Making a little more progress at the allotment

    louisa
    9 Jul 2014 | 12:28 pm
    Taking Jono’s advice on reclaiming overgrown allotments (do it little and often), I grabbed a sneaky hour and a half at the allotment this evening. I’d been working at my computer all day and my John was off to his singing lesson, so I thought I’d take Lily to the allotment for a while rather than for her usual walk through the woods – and I think it worked well. I managed to get my first bed cleared of most of its weeds, concentrating on annoying deep rooting things like dandelions and creeping buttercup (of which there is more at the allotment than I first though,…
  • Allotment, end of round 1 (ding ding)

    louisa
    5 Jul 2014 | 12:49 pm
    While the rest of the county was watching the cycling in the sunshine, I had a few hours at the allotment this afternoon. (I’m not going to document every second I’m down there but this visit had lots of “making big progress” picture opportunities and I thought I’d document it for my own record :) ) Though John and Lily-dog did visit me halfway through my session, I was flying solo today – and that meant the tools I could take were limited too — I didn’t fancy walking down the road with a massive scythe ;) I also thought I’d struggle with…
  • Yay, allotment!

    louisa
    4 Jul 2014 | 2:39 pm
    I’ve wanted an allotment for about ten years. For the first five years, I was constantly, mentally, a year or two away from moving from our house in Leeds so I didn’t think it was worth getting on a waiting list, then doing all the heavy work of getting a new plot, only to move away. When we finally moved to our new house in 2009, one of my first to-do items was to get on the mammoth waiting lists over here – and only five short years later, here we are, I’m an allotmenteer! There are two allotment sites near our house and my plot is at the closer one –…
  • Taking stock – June 2014

    louisa
    3 Jun 2014 | 10:04 am
    Like last time I did one of these, I’m totally copying from SwirlyArts ;) What I’m… Making: a crochet blanket very much like this one; a stitched memory map of the dog walks we take around our local woods; and amongst other things at pottery, a pair of ceramic wall planters (because my plastic one fell about 12ft and broke) and a series of carved terracotta pots. Growing: not much veg wise this year – just courgettes, runner beans, green beans and cucumbers so far (I did have some lettuces but between slugs and a cat-related mishap, I doubt we’ll see many of…
  • Do it better

    louisa
    5 Feb 2014 | 11:01 am
    I’ve been trying to do things better recently. It’s not particularly a New Year’s resolution or anything like that because it started towards the end of last year but I am going to try to stick to it all year. In 2013, I learnt a lot of new skills and as I started to see myself level up*, I wanted that to continue – and spread out to other areas. (Perhaps even blogging ;) ) I guess it started with the sewing course that I took last term – I’ve sewn, on and off, since childhood but I’ve always been a bodger. The epitome of that was the costumes I made…
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  • My 7/23 Publix Trip – $63.79 for $17.97 or 72% Off

    Denise
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:56 pm
    Although it wasn’t a big trip this week, I did get some great deals. The I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter spread will actually be free after coupons coming up in next Sunday’s newspaper, but I only get to Publix once a week on Wednesdays so I went up ahead and picked some up today for a great price.  Today I bought $63.79 worth of groceries for $17.97, or 72% off after coupons and $5/$30 Winn Dixie q. Here are the deals: Oscar Mayer Shaved Ham or Turkey, Zip Pack, Assorted Varieties, 16 oz, BOGO $5.29 or $2.65 per pound Mueller’s Pasta or Hidden Veggie, or Ronco,…
  • Frugal Friday – Show Off Your Shops!

    Denise
    18 Jul 2014 | 11:17 am
    This week I bought a total of $71.89 worth of groceries and toiletries for $21.15, or 71% off. I love to see the deals that other frugal shoppers come up with because it’s so inspiring and I really dig having a visual way that we can all share our deals and Show Off Our Shops! Please post a link below to any or all of the deals that you’d like to show off this week. If you don’t have a blog to link up, just leave a comment and tell us all about your deals or upload a picture to Flickr or PhotoBucket and link to that My 7/16 Publix Trip – $71.89 for $21.15 or 71% Off An InLinkz…
  • My 7/16 Publix Trip – $71.89 for $21.15 or 71% Off

    Denise
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:03 pm
    It looks like this was a ham and cheese sort of a trip! Although it wasn’t the best deal ever on the Diet Cokes, I wanted to hit $50 so I could do the gas card deal so I went ahead and grabbed some for the stockpile so I could get $10 off. Today I bought $71.89 worth of groceries for $21.15, or 71% off after coupons and $5/$30 Winn Dixie q. Here are the deals: President Feta Cheese, 6 oz, BOGO $5.59 -$1/1 President Feta Cheese (I used two of these) Final Price: $1.80 each Sargento Sliced Cheese 6.66-8 oz, $3.49 -$1/2 Sargento Natural Sliced Cheese 6.6 – 8 oz Publix Coupon Summer…
  • The Mystery of Genetic History Infographic

    Denise
    15 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
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  • Kohl’s Exclusive Planes: Fire and Rescue Disney Apparel & Savings!

    Denise
    15 Jul 2014 | 11:47 am
    Disclosure – I participated in an Ambassador campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Kohl’s. I received promotional items and product samples as a thank you for participating.” Even though my five kids are all pretty much the same age, the quadruplets are eight and my oldest is nine, they’re still not always easy to keep entertained because they’re all interested in completely different things. The only thing they can usually all agree on is when it comes to watching Disney movies and they are super excited to go see Planes: Fire and Rescue with me this weekend.
 
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    Keeping the Kingdom First

  • Walgreens $5 Challenge: Week of July 20 – 26

    Amy Norton
    20 Jul 2014 | 7:09 am
    Welcome to the Walgreens $5 Challenge! Every Saturday night I will post my best scenario on how you can get great products at Walgreens for under five bucks. I’m late because we spent yesterday getting set up for Falls Creek church camp! Want to participate? All you need is a Balance Rewards Card, a Walgreens ad, a printer, and coupons to get started. Use the new Ibotta app to save even more! Here’s how this works: Your budget: Start with $5 out-of-pocket cash. Your mission: To grow that $5 into even more Register Rewards (RR) to use in upcoming weeks. If this is your first time here,…
  • CVS $5 Challenge: Week of July 20 – 26

    Amy Norton
    20 Jul 2014 | 6:59 am
    Welcome to the CVS $5 Challenge! Every Saturday night I will post my best scenario on how you can get great products at CVS for under five bucks. I’m late because we spent yesterday getting set up for Falls Creek church camp! Better late than never, I suppose. Want to participate? All you need is an ExtraCare Card, a CVS ad, a printer, and coupons to get started. Be sure to register your CVS loyalty card with Upromise for extra college savings. You can also use the new Ibotta app to save even more! Here’s how this works: Your budget: Start with $5 out-of-pocket cash. Your…
  • Crazy 8 Summer Clearance Sale

    Amy Norton
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:33 pm
    Get set for the new school year (or shop for next summer!) with the Crazy 8 Summer Clearance! Save up to 80% when you take an extra 30% off markdowns. Offer is available for a limited time, while supplies last. Click the banner above to be directed to the sale. CURRENT SPONSORS: Young Living | Experience Better Health and Save Money with Quality Essential Oils Easy. Homemade. | Homemade Pantry Staples for the Busy Modern Family The Healthy Lunchbox | Easy, Healthy Food for Lunch The post Crazy 8 Summer Clearance Sale appeared first on KingdomFirstMom.com.
  • Freebie Friday: Emergen-C, Nesquik, Origins, and More!

    Amy Norton
    18 Jul 2014 | 10:44 am
    Happy Freebie Friday! Here are several fun freebies to kick off your weekend: Food & Drink Lipton K-Cup Sample Nesquik Sample Health & Beauty Emergen-C Sample Origins GinZing Face Mask Sample RepHresh Pro-B Sample Suave Professionals® Natural Infusion Sample Tums Chewy Delights Sample Home/Garden/Laundry Finish Dishwasher Solution Sample Pet Cesar Savory Delights Sample for a friend Downloads 21 Free Apps for Kids (7/18 only) Recipe Lion eCookbook Printables Ultimate Planner for Homeschooling Moms (through 7/2) Other $5 Credit to Educents 8×10 Photo Canvas Quilting Newsletter…
  • Free Quilting Newsletter

    Amy Norton
    17 Jul 2014 | 3:12 pm
    Calling all quilters! This is a fun freebie! Sign up for the free National Quilters Circle newsletter. Get immediate access to how-to videos, quilting articles, weekly inspiration, and special offers. Click the banner above to get started. CURRENT SPONSORS: Young Living | Experience Better Health and Save Money with Quality Essential Oils Easy. Homemade. | Homemade Pantry Staples for the Busy Modern Family The Healthy Lunchbox | Easy, Healthy Food for Lunch The post Free Quilting Newsletter appeared first on KingdomFirstMom.com.
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  • HEB Coupons and Deals (7/23 – 7/29)

    Sarah
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Here are the best deals I spotted at HEB. Don’t forget: HEB will no longer allow you to stack a yellow in-store “B” coupon with a manufacturer coupon. They say this is because they are rolling out digital coupons. We’ll have to see but the new policy states no more stacking. Please keep in mind that HEB prices can vary slightly by region. I can’t promise that you will find these exact deals but they should be pretty close. Also, HEB can be tricky about printable coupons sometimes. I usually have the items that correspond to printable coupons scanned last and I…
  • FREE Child Safety Latch Starter Kit

    Shellie
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    If you have babies, don’t miss this nice freebie from Procter & Gamble. If you haven’t requested it in the past, you can grab a FREE child safety latch starter kit. This is a great little freebie if you have been looking to child proof your kitchen, bath or laundry area of your home. I grabbed one of these a few months back and included it in a baby shower gift basket. It is just one latch and similar in style to this one. Perfect for the under sink cabinets that contain many of the worst things for kids. Find more Freebies I’ve posted recently. Be sure you Follow me on…
  • Yoga Journal Magazine Subscription for $4.99

    Ryan
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Today you can get a subscription to Yoga Journal Magazine for $4.99 per year. To get this deal, just use coupon code SAVINGWITHSHELLIE at checkout.  This deal is only valid today (7/24). This is valid on new or renewal subscriptions and you can buy up to 4 years at this price. About Yoga Journal Magazine: Yoga Journal has been a valuable resource for information about physical and spiritual well-being through the practice of yoga. Yoga Journal is your guide to better health, nutrition, personal growth, fitness and inner peace. You ll learn revitalizing yoga techniques taught by the masters.
  • Printable Coupon Roundup: Stouffers, Mead + More

    Sarah
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Here are some new printable coupons for you. Print them while you can! $1.50/2 Air Wick Products coupon $2/1 Comforts Infant Formula coupon $1/2 Dixie, Dixie Ultra or Dixie Ultra Moments Product coupon $1/1 Febreze Fabric Refresher coupon $2/1 Mead Five Star Binder coupon $3/2 Raid Products coupon $1/4 Stouffer’s Entrees coupon Find more hot printable coupons I’ve posted recently. Plus, you can search the Saving with Shellie Coupon Database for more great coupons. (Thanks Printable Coupons & Deals!) Be sure you Follow me on Pinterest and check out my boards for recipes, craft…
  • The 10 Best Money Saving Apps

    Shellie
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
        If you have a smartphone or tablet, there are a wealth of money-saving app available to help you be a smarter shopper and get the biggest bang for your buck. Besides games for my kids, money-saving apps are the majority of the apps I have on my phone. I love how easy they are to use and save while on-the-go. Whether you like to save on groceries, clothes or travel, I have an app that will help you. These are my favorite 10 and the ones I use the most. These apps make it easy to find the best deals, get the best prices and spend less. #1 Target Cartwheel If you shop at Target,…
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  • Crocs Crocband Sale: 50% Off Select Crocbands (Exp. 7/26)

    Carrie Rocha
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:38 am
    Check out the Crocs Crocband sale for great prices on some of the most comfortable shoes you’ll ever wear.  Through 7/25, get 50% off on three styles of Crocs Crocbands — flip flops, crocband clogs, and crocband clogs for kids.  With as many as 16 colors to choose from in each style, you basically get your pick of 33 different pairs of shoes! Shipping is $4.99, or free on orders of $25+. Items Included in the Crocs Crocband Sale These sporty, lightweight Crocband Flip for men and women are only $13.99 and come in 7 different colors. These kids’ Crocband clogs in children…
  • Tanga Plus-Size Swimsuit Sale: Suits Up to 42% Off + Free Shipping (Exp 7/27)

    Carrie Rocha
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:19 am
    Tanga comes through for us again, this time with a fantastic sale on super cute plus-size swimsuits. With this Tanga plus-size swimsuit sale, prices start at $19.99 with suits featuring tummy control lining and that come in a range of sizes. The Tanga plus-size swimsuit sale has suits, tankinis, swim skirts, and swim dresses in classy styles and patterns that provide the comfort and style you need to feel good at the beach or pool. The sale ends of 7/27, and all suits ship free. Our Picks from the Tanga Plus Size Swimsuit Sale Get this gorgeous swimdress for $44.99 (originally $78 – a…
  • 6pm: Backpacks Up To 70% Off + Free Shipping

    Carrie Rocha
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:39 am
    Just in time for the start of back-to-school season, 6pm has backpacks for up to 70% off. We’re talking nice backpacks in trustworthy brands like K-Swiss, Columbia, Adidas, Nike, and North Face. With this 6pm backpacks sale, you get to search through hundreds of backpacks based on your kids’ preferences — color, brand, performance, pattern, features, and more. It’s a win-win for you and your kids when you find the backpacks they’ve been drooling over at the prices you love. Noteworthy Deals from the 6pm Backpacks Sale This K-Swiss sport tech backpack comes in…
  • Freebies: Free Fancy Feast, Free Transitions Lenses, Free Bagel and Shmear, + More

    Carrie Rocha
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:23 am
    The latest freebies include a free sample of Fancy Feast cat food, a free trial pair of Transitions lenses, a free bagel and shmear from Einstein Bros. Bagels, and more. You can find more free offers and samples that may still be available by browsing our archives. Your turn: Which of these sample will you be trying? Free Samples Free Fancy Feast Broths Cat Food Sample Visit the Fancy Feast website and click on “Try a Bowl” to get a free Fancy Feast Broths cat food sample. Free Pair of Trial Transitions Decals If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to have Transitions…
  • Open Mic 7/24/2014

    Carrie Rocha
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Open Mic is a post every Thursday that is a mini-version of a discussion board. You can leave a comment with whatever coupon, money-saving or debt reduction tips or questions you have and other readers chime in and answer. When you leave a comment on this post, you’ll be able to choose whether you’d like to be emailed follow-up comments or not. Getting comments via email is a great way to stay connected without having to visit the site a bazillion times (although I don’t mind if you come a bazillion times). As always, I look forward to hearing the voice of the Pocket Your…
 
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    A Few Short Cuts

  • Hy-Vee Store Deals: July 23 – June 29

    Amanda @ A Few Short Cuts
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:03 am
    Here are this weeks Top Hy-Vee Store Deals. You can find Hy-Vee Coupon Policy here Click to make your list below: Print it, email it, or sync it with your mobile device using Favado!  Sign up for a FREE Favado account here You can also search across all of the stores for the deals you are looking for! Click here to see the complete list Condiments, Spice & Baking Kraft Barbeque Sauce 17.5 or 18 oz – $0.99 Includes: Selected Varieties Grains, Pasta & Sides Get $0.02 Fuel Perks with Each Item Purchased Hy-Vee Pasta & Sauce or Rice & Sauce, 4 – 5.7 oz – $1.00…
  • Dollar Tree Store Deals: July 23-July 30

    Amanda @ A Few Short Cuts
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:03 am
    Here are this weeks top Dollar Tree Deals! You can always see the full list on our Dollar Tree Store Deals page. Click here to see the complete list Product May Vary by Store. Bread & Bakery Keebler Soft Baked Chocolate Chip Cookies, 12 oz – $1.00 $0.75/1 Keebler Cookies or Crackers, 6.6 oz or Larger; Redeem for 500 Points – KelloggsFamilyRewards.com $1.50/1 Keebler Cookies or Crackers, 6.6 oz or Larger; Redeem for 1000 Points – KelloggsFamilyRewards.com Final Price: Free Roman Meal Bread Loaf – $1.00 $1.00/1 Roman Meal Sandwich Bread, 24 oz (Zip Code 62946) Final…
  • Country Time Half Lemonade Half Iced Tea, 19-Ounce (Pack of 4) as low as $4.36 shipped

    Amanda @ A Few Short Cuts
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:02 am
    Amazon has another super subscribe and save deal! Go now to get this Country Time Half Lemonade Half Iced Tea, 19-Ounce (Pack of 4) for $5.54 shipped after you select subscribe and save and clip the 25% off coupon **You can actually get these for as low as $4.36 shipped when you have 5 subscribe & save orders in one month (learn how to use Amazon subscribe and save to see how it works.) That is just $1.09 a canister! Like all amazon deals the price can change at anytime! Don’t miss these other Subscribe and Save Deals
  • Mainstays Spring Creek 3-Piece Patio Set only $69 (Was $128)

    Amanda @ A Few Short Cuts
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:48 am
    Go now and check out this deal on a Walmart Patio Set! Snag this Mainstays Spring Creek 3-Piece Patio Set only $69 (Reg $128) Mainstays Campton 3-Piece Outdoor Bistro Set, Durango: Table: Durable steel powder-coated frame Scratch-resistant Tempered glass top Table dimensions: 24.02″L x 24.02″W x 27.95″H Chairs: Durable steel powder-coated frame Scratch-resistant 2 chairs included Chair dimensions: 26.38″L x 23.03″W x 37.4″H Choose in store pick up to save on shipping Do you have more shopping to do online? Go now to search for some Online Shopping Coupon…
  • Chocolate Espresso Cookie Crisps

    Amanda @ A Few Short Cuts
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    Y’all know I love my morning cup of coffee. The only thing that makes that cup of coffee better is a cookie. Make that cookie chocolate, and it may as well be a party! These Chocolate Espresso Cookie Crisps are a treat that will brighten an afternoon break or provide an elegant ending to an evening meal. The chocolate flavor is rich and deep without being overly sweet, satisfying your chocolate craving with each crispy bite. If you prefer a slightly soft cookie, simply bake them for one or two minutes less. Decorate them with an easy coffee glaze or drizzle some more chocolate over the…
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    Coupon Karma

  • Febreze Fabric Refresher $1.49 At Target With Coupon Stack

    Andrea
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:30 am
    Be sure to print the new Febreze coupons that popped up today, and then head to Target to score Febreze Fabric Refresher for just $1.49 each with this coupon stack! $1/1 Febreze Candle Coupon $1/1 Febreze Fabric Refresher Coupon $1/1 Febreze Noticeables Refill Coupon Target Deal Febreze Fabric Refresher – $2.99 Use (2) $1/1 Febreze […]
  • 20% Off Tom’s Shoes + FREE Shipping Through July 28th!

    Andrea
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:00 am
    Calling all my Tom’s shoes lovers!! Through July 28th, Toms.com is offering 20% off footwear when you spend $50 or more ( must include two or more select item), PLUS free shipping when you use code FALL14 at checkout. Shop through Ebates to earn cash back for your purchase. Go here to sign up (it’s […]
  • Walmart: Little People Snow White Cottage Only $14.88 (Reg. $29.97)

    Cady
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    It’s never too early to start stocking up on Christmas presents, and if your kiddo is into Little People toys, you’ll want to make sure to grab this fantastic deal at Walmart – get the Little People Snow White Cottage for just $14.88 (reg. $29.97)! And, you can get FREE shipping with site-to-store shipping! My […]
  • Dial Gold Bar Soap 2 ct. = FREE at Walmart!

    Cady
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Who wants some FREE bar soap?? Head over to Walmart where you can pick up a 2-count pack of Dial Gold Bar Soap for FREE after Ibotta rebate! I love that you don’t need any coupons for this one. That’s my kind of deal! Buy (1) Dial Gold Bar Soap, 2 ct. $0.97 Pay $0.97 […]
  • New Ivory Soap Coupon Makes It $0.72 At Walmart

    Andrea
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    We’ve got a new $0.25/1 Ivory Soap Coupon to print today! Use it on the 3-packs at Walmart and pay just $0.72 each! That works out to be $0.24 cents per bar! Ivory Soap 3pk – $0.97 Use (1) $0.25/1 Ivory Soap Coupon Pay: $0.72 or just 24¢ per bar!
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    Ultimate Money Blog- Save Money and Live Green!

  • Getting the Itch to Upgrade

    Mrs Money
    7 Jul 2014 | 7:26 am
    Lately I’ve had the feeling that I would like to move to a bigger house with more acreage.  Our house is just the perfect size for us right now, but we wish we had a garage and more property.  Not to mention, if we end up expanding our family it would be nice to have an extra bedroom to put our office and guest room in.  We have a three bedroom house right now, and it works because we’ve got the master, Penny’s room, and then the third bedroom is the guest room and office. I feel conflicted because I am a huge fan of minimalism, I don’t like clutter, and I have…
  • 529 Plans versus Savings Accounts

    Mrs Money
    23 Jun 2014 | 2:33 am
    Shortly after Penny was born, we opened her up a savings account. Any money she receives from birthdays, holidays, grandparents, etc, we stash in her savings account. She’s got a nice little nest egg that hopefully we’ll be able to help her grow over the years. Now that we finally got our IRAs opened with Vanguard and we’ve been really happy, I’m considering opening up a 529 plan for Penny with them.  I have some hesitations, and I definitely need to do more research but it’s something that probably would be a really good idea. A 529 Plan would allow us to save…
  • Is Dental Insurance Worth the Cost?

    Mrs Money
    2 Jun 2014 | 4:48 am
    A few years ago I considered going without dental insurance. At the time, I was working at the bank and the premium was deducted from my paycheck so it wasn’t a big deal and I continued to buy the dental insurance. I took advantage of the two free cleanings a year to maximize my money’s worth and keep my teeth in good working order. I like my teeth and don’t want to have to get new ones. Two weeks ago I decided to go to visit a different dentist to get a second opinion on my broken crown. Our first dentist said when it broke (over a year and a half ago) that I didn’t…
  • 401k Rollovers and IRAs- Finally!

    Mrs Money
    15 May 2014 | 1:13 pm
    The last time I talked about my ROTH IRA, I mentioned how my laziness cost me $115.  Well, I no longer will be losing money due to silly fees at the old brokerage firm.  I finally moved my IRA over to Vanguard and couldn’t be happier! It’s a huge weight off my shoulders and I’m looking forward to contributing as much as I can every month.  It may not be a lot, but I figure every bit counts and the earlier I get the money in there, the more time it has to grow. I also transferred my old pension from working at the bank and Mr. Money’s ROTH IRA to Vanguard as well. …
  • Start a Cleaning Routine

    Mrs Money
    4 Feb 2014 | 7:30 am
    Keeping a clean house can certainly be a challenge, especially when you have little ones running around. A few weeks ago I decided I was tired of trying to clean my house from top to bottom every day and that something had to change. I decided that I would continue to tidy up every day, and save the deep cleaning for one room every day. That way, I was ensuring that the house was actually getting clean and I wasn’t getting overwhelmed. There are certain things that need to be done every day or more often than once a week: sweep the kitchen, wash laundry, vacuum the floors etc. I sweep…
 
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  • Happy Birthday To Me! – It’s An ALDI Giveaway!

    Shannyn Allan
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:51 am
    {Source: The ALDI blog} It’s a good day for a birthday.  Luckily for you, I’m not going to keep the celebration to myself! I’ve teamed up with my fave grocer, ALDI for a sweet giveaway. In our house, we tend to spend a LOT of groceries and we love to have company over.  My favorite recipe lately is veggie & steak skewers paired with a good sangria, potato salad and some chips and quacamole. Summer is a great time to grill since you don’t want the heat inside, plus, it’s lovely to enjoy the fresh air and get dinner ready. I also have been a huge fan this…
  • Sharing Moments Together

    Shannyn Allan
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:55 pm
    July has been a busy month- we’ve adopted a pug, I turn 28 and we’re planning a wedding for next June.  As I look forward to the future, I am finding it more and more special to document the milestones of our lives and the memories of our newly forming family. Since we live in the digital age, most of my pictures never make it off the computer or my social networks.  This year, I’ve been making it a point to print and frame even the most “everyday” moments to display them on our walls.  I also have been scanning in childhood photos to have a digital format,…
  • FitBit Just Got Fashionable: Tory Burch For FitBit Available On Pre-Order

    Shannyn Allan
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:55 am
    I wear my FitBit everyday and love it, but my biggest gripe has been that there aren’t enough colors and fashionable accessories to go with something that’s a wardrobe staple. My fiancé was able to find a few new colors made in China on Amazon, but beyond that- I’ve been a bit bummed that FitBit isn’t more, polished? When I go to a wedding or a cocktail hour, I wear all my bells and baubles, then there’s this black silicone thing on my arm, but of course, I want the steps.  Sigh.  I’m really excited that someone, much less Tory Burch has come out with a…
  • Doughnuts, Shoes & Sunnies: My Birthday Wish List

    Shannyn Allan
    18 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    My birthday is next week.  I think I turn 28, but since 25 has come and gone, I haven’t really kept score.  Maybe I’ll care again when it’s easier to count? Maybe at 30.  This year, I have all I could really want- a great husband-to-be and a wedding to plan, a great job and two rescue pugs who keep me busy with training and playtime.  The blog is growing, huzzah!  I’m pretty darn happy. Plus, I’m on a tight budget since we’re about 8k away from our wedding savings goal, so I really need to batten the hatches and save some coin for our big party in…
  • Life Lessons I’ve Learned By Planning A Wedding

    Shannyn Allan
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
      Sometimes, I feel like a novice when it comes to being an adult.  I’ve gone to graduate school, lived on my own, but for some reason, planning a wedding and paying for it can make me feel like I’ve just taken the training wheels off. I’ve thrown my fair share of parties and attended plenty of big events- but putting together a wedding from 2,000 miles away and intending to pay for it without going into debt is going to be our biggest challenges yet. In the 6 months we’ve been planning our wedding, I’ve realized it’s not just about planning a party,…
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    The Frugal Toad

  • Why “ Working Retirements ” Are a Growing Trend

    Paul
    16 Jul 2014 | 11:27 am
    In the past, retirement meant the beginning of a life of leisure. Retirees were free to spend their time pursuing hobbies, spending time with family and friends and doing everything that they didn’t have time to do while they were working. These days, though, retirement doesn’t always mean slowing down and enjoying the results of decades of hard work. In fact, according to a new study by Age Wave, a think tank devoted to issues related to aging sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the majority of retirees want or plan to work even after they technically retire.  According to the…
  • Money and Marriage: Financial Questions To Settle First

    Paul
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:46 am
    Now that the question has been popped, you can get on with the matter of setting a date and securing a venue. But before you start trying on formal wear and choosing colors for the bride’s maid dresses, there are a few more questions to be popped, hashed out, discussed, and debated till there is 100% agreement. Those questions have nothing to do with the flavor of cake, and everything to do with finances. Among other things, marriage is a business arrangement. There are business decisions to be made that have everything to do with money. Until now, you and yours have been involved in an…
  • Easy Ways for Moms to Save Money on Summer Travel 

    Paul
    10 Jul 2014 | 11:49 am
    Tips to Save Money on Summer Travel With the summer season fast approaching, many people are starting to consider their travel plans. One major factor in those plans may be cost. With a little planning ahead, you can save a lot of money during your summer travel. Whether you’re going on a cruise, a road trip or flying to a themed destination, there are some easy ways to save through the whole process. Save on Food: There are a couple of ways to save on food when you travel. The first is to bring it with you. If you’re taking a road trip, this part is pretty easy. Simply pack a cooler or…
  • I’m Over 50 Do I Need Life Insurance?

    Paul
    30 Jun 2014 | 10:08 am
    Do I Need Life Insurance if I’m Over 50? Traditionally life insurance is something that we get when we have a young family and a high mortgage, in order to provide for our family should we die. But what if we are older and want to invest in some life insurance? Insurers will often provide policies specifically aimed at people over 50 which have both their benefits and their problems. What are the good and bad points of a policy for someone who is over 50? If you are over 50 and looking to get some life insurance you may be attracted by the positives that some insurers provide in their…
  • 7 Careers That Let You Work the Most Overtime

    Paul
    25 Jun 2014 | 6:49 am
    The idea of saving money often seems limited to cutting costs and practicing a frugal lifestyle, but finding ways to earn more money in your current job is also a crucial part to saving money. A sure-fire way to increase your financial cushion and make bills more bearable is to put in more work for more pay, or work overtime; however, not every career offers these lucrative overage opportunities to practitioners. Choosing a job that offers the option to make more money after-hours sharpens your skills and puts you ahead of the saving game. Here are a few careers that offer the most overtime.
 
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    Small Footprint Family

  • How To Stop Blossom End Rot

    Dawn Gifford
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:28 pm
    Your tomato plants are tall and green; you’ve taken the time to carefully stake or cage them to support their growth. Right now they are loaded with tons of green tomatoes, and some of them are just starting to blush red. And then three days later, it all goes horribly wrong.  There is nothing more disheartening than to see that all of your ripening tomato beauties (or peppers or squash) are now rotting from the bottom—right on the vine! What is Blossom-End Rot? Blossom-end rot looks like a discolored, watery, sunken spot at the blossom end of the fruit, most commonly…
  • 28 Vegetables That Grow in Partial Shade

    Dawn Gifford
    26 Jun 2014 | 10:37 am
    Most food gardening requires a full day of sun to help your fruits and vegetables to grow and ripen properly. But what if your yard has shady spots? Can you still grow some of your own food? The answer is YES! There are plenty of vegetables and herbs that can be grown in full shade, dappled shade, or as little as three to six hours of sun a day. Here is a list of 28 vegetables that grow in partial shade. Partial Sun and Partial Shade Vegetables On the seed packages in the garden stores and catalogs, you will often see the words “partial sun” or “partial…
  • GIVEAWAY: $300 Amazon Gift Card!

    Dawn Gifford
    13 May 2014 | 8:00 am
    Great things happen when bloggers unite… like this giveaway, for instance. Are you ready to win a $300 Amazon Gift Card?  We can hear your inner voice: “Well, duh! How do I enter?” Step 1: Click on the link below Amazon.com If you were to win the gift card, what would you purchase? Let us know with a link to the item in the comment section! It’s VERY possible that what you choose will be on our list for future giveaways. Step 2: Join the Small Footprint Family Blog Update! Simply enter your preferred email address in the box at the top of the sidebar. We send one…
  • GIVEAWAY: RainBird Drip Irrigation Kit {$30 Value!}

    Dawn Gifford
    29 Apr 2014 | 12:02 am
    Fresh water is becoming scarce all over the world, even in seemingly wet places like Florida or Michigan. So it is very important that we use water conservation methods whenever we can.  Landscape irrigation is one of the biggest uses of household water during the summer, so anything you can do to save water outside your home will also save you at least $75 a year. Waste Not, Want Not Sprinkler systems are typically very inefficient. They spray water all over the place, not just on your plants, and often they spray or run off onto the sidewalk, driveway, etc. where the water is simply…
  • Small Footprint Fridays #69 – A Sustainable Living Link-Up!

    Dawn Gifford
    10 Apr 2014 | 9:08 pm
    Welcome back to another Small Footprint Friday—a blog link-up party about sustainable living. Every Friday, we come together to support and encourage each other in living greener, healthier more sustainable lives. By joining together and sharing our wisdom, we can turn the tide on our health and environmental crises, and create a better world for our children and grandchildren. There are so many things we can learn from each other, like how to: save energy, water, trees, gas, and other resources; grow, preserve and store food; avoid toxins and heal ourselves naturally; make our own…
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    Two Frugal Fairfielders

  • Eating Healthy on a Budget–See One Couponer’s Menu for Pennies a Day

    TFF
    14 Jul 2014 | 10:54 am
    My coupon buddy, Wendy, wanted to put together a true menu to show readers how eating healthy on a budget can be literally accomplished for pennies a day. She’s retired…so, yes, she is on a small budget. Note that yes, some of these sales and deals may take a little extra work to coordinate but you can find some form of these sales just about every week if you check out Coupon Mom or Living Rich With Coupons, for example. But once you see the calculations, it’ll amaze you how much healthy food you can eat for what seems like pennies a day. Enjoy, Marilyn, TFF Drink V8 Juice for…
  • Free 8×10 Photo Collage TODAY/TOMORROW at CVS

    TFF
    13 Jun 2014 | 7:28 am
    A quickie post — free 8×10 photo collage TODAY (Friday 13th) AND TOMORROW (Saturday 14th) at CVS. Love these as great gifts — pull it together from your computer and pick up, frame it, wrap it and good to go as a gift! Free 8×10 photo collage at CVS, great for quick gift. The post Free 8×10 Photo Collage TODAY/TOMORROW at CVS appeared first on Two Frugal Fairfielders.
  • You Need a Budget — Testing Out the Program That Competes With Mint

    TFF
    12 Jun 2014 | 6:47 pm
    I used to think of myself as a pretty good budgeter . . . but, I guess I’m not :–( You Need a Budget is a brilliant budgeting program if you like to see where every buck goes. I still run into snags (ie: OMG, I have to switch money into checking to cover the mortgage!!) and worry every time I open my online account what I’m gonna see or not see. No one is perfect. Not even a frugal lifestyle blogger! So, somewhere I ran into an article or mention about the program, You Need a Budget. I thought, yeah, right– S.T.U.P.I.D. Another gimmick. Just like the time I wanted to…
  • Last Minute Steals & Deals for Father’s Day Gifts

    TFF
    11 Jun 2014 | 7:03 am
    (From the WGCH Radio spot, Steals & Deals, June 11th, 2014 by Marilyn Zelinsky Syarto, Two Frugal Fairfielders) Last month, we gave you a last minute guide to making Mom happy… and now it’s Dad’s turn. Men can be SO much easier to buy for on Father’s Day. (They don’t always want to go out for that extra-lovely dinner and bauble like Mom, which saves a bunch of money.) But they DO want to be acknowledged for all the heavy lifting they do. Luckily, my husband likes his Father’s Day on the boat, which means he does all the work since he’s the…
  • Summertime Plus Kids Equals Frugal Fun

    TFF
    3 Jun 2014 | 9:55 am
    Summer and Frugal Fun: Paper Airplanes One of the best purchases I made was the Klutz Book of Paper Airplanes. Frugal Fairfielders may remember when Borders Bookshop was preparing to go out of business.  That’s where we found this awesome book.  Who knew that there were so many cool paper airplane you could make! Years later, it still is the gift that keeps on giving.  We have used up all the fancy paper that came with the book, but no matter!  They found that using plain, white paper is just as great, especially since they can draw their own designs. Benefits of paper…
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  • Thrifty Thursday {Week 70}

    Ruth Soukup
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:01 am
    Happy Thursday!  If you follow me on Instagram you have probably already seen that this week I am in Charlotte, NC for the SheSpeaks conference, where I am giving a couple of talks about one of my very favorite subjects–Pinterest!  It should be a great weekend, and I can’t wait to tell you all about it!  In the meantime, be sure to check out the AWESOME  $500 Back to School Giveaway I am hosting this week along with some other great blogs.  One lucky family will win everything they need for back to school! Here are the most clicked links from last week:  1. A Cultivated…
  • $500 Back to School Giveaway!

    Ruth Soukup
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:05 am
    Guess What?! WE’RE CELEBRATING BACK TO SCHOOL WITH A HUGE GIVEAWAY! Summer is just flying by and those kiddos will be heading back to school before you know it. We all know that back to school shopping can be stressful and expensive, especially if you have more than one child, which is exactly why we have partnered with some of our favorite blogs in order to help YOU out with your back to school shopping! Yep, that’s right! We wanted to say THANK YOU to our fabulous readers so we collaborated with nine of our VERY FAVORITE peeps in order to help one family with ALL their back…
  • Hawaiian Chicken

    Ruth Soukup
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Aloha!  This delicious Hawaiian chicken literally comes together in just minutes with just a few easy ingredients.  Better yet, it is freezer AND grill friendly.  What more do you need for a perfectly effortless summertime meal? To make it as part of a freezer cooking day, just split the marinade & chicken into multiple bags, then throw it right into the freezer–no cooking required!  Making it ahead of time is not necessary, though, as it is equally delicious just marinated at room temperature You can use any type of chicken but my family much prefers the boneless, skinless…
  • DIY Cool-Off Kindness Fans

    Ruth Soukup
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    This is Week 8 of our 12-week Summer Fun with Kids series here at LWSL!  Today we are welcoming Courtney from Lil Light O’ Mine ,who is sharing an super cute fans for  your community . For more summer fun, check out the overview page.  Happy Summer LWSL! I’m Courtney and I blog at CourtneyDeFeo.com. I love creating ideas for families that impact the heart of children. Our kids are so capable of making a difference in the world around them. We just have to invite them to the party. We can take our ordinary moments and summer days and make incredible impressions upon their hearts. …
  • Weekend Wandering

    Ruth Soukup
    20 Jul 2014 | 5:08 am
    Happy Sunday!  I hope you are all having a fabulous and relaxing weekend!   Does anyone else have a hard time saying no? I knew yesterday, when I was asked to help paint at our church, that I really just needed a quiet day at home, but I always hate the thought of letting people down. Luckily my husband insisted that it would be better if I stayed home with the girls while he went to paint instead.  I had no idea how much I needed that time, but the girls and I had such a good day, first cleaning the house from top to bottom, then organizing our closets and making homemade yogurt.  They…
 
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  • Tips for Stockpiling Kids Clothing

    Christina Brown
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    I’m a BIG proponent of stocking up on kids clothing when I see a good deal. I buy clothing for my whole family for the following year at the end-of-the season closeouts. I also stock up on kids’ clothing at garage sales during the summer months. I save a ton of money by doing this. But while I save money doing this, there is a risk involved. If you don’t time it just right, your kids may outgrow the clothing before they get a chance to wear it. Here are some tips to help you stockpile children’s clothing: Know your child’s current growth patterns. Yes, kids go…
  • Time at Rest

    Michelle
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
      Life can be so busy.  At this point in my life, it is at a fever pitch with 4 kids each in his or her own sports and activities.  Add in normal life stuff like birthday parties, social events, family gatherings and sometimes I feel like I am spinning in a never ending revolving door. Even so, I try to manage my schedule, maximize my time and still accomplish tasks and attain goals – despite this busy time in my life. Recently the level of activity was even higher than normal for about 2 months, and when it was over I crashed – big time.  I basically spent the last 4…
  • Creative Uses for Dry Erase Markers

    Christina Brown
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Dry erase markers are now a must-have staple on a lot of back-to-school shopping lists.  But they’re not just for school! Take advantage of  great deals on dry erase markers and then check out these creative uses for them: Creative Uses for Dry Erase Markers Make your own dry erase message board. No need to buy an expensive dry erase board! Simply use an old picture frame you’re not using or pick one up for cheap at a thrift shop.  Insert some colorful scrapbook paper to match your decor and then use your dry erase markers to draw on the glass.   You can also use your…
  • 7 Ideas for Campfire Pie Irons

    Jessica
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    This summer I decided we needed to use our pie irons over the campfire more, besides the obvious use of making pies. If you haven’t made pies in a pie iron over the fire, they are super easy.  Usually the first item you make takes a little longer because you are heating up the irons, but once they are heated the subsequent items cook much quicker. Now that I have some new campfire pie iron recipes that I am sharing with you, I need to venture in to discovering more recipes for my campfire dutch oven. Campfire Pies All you need is square pieces of bread (not wide loaf kind) that you…
  • Is Breaking Bad? A Discussion About Bananas

    Christina Brown
    14 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    There’s something I’ve been meaning to ask you for a long time. It’s about something that well, quite honestly, drives me bananas. Do you think it’s okay to break off the bananas you want at the grocery store? I’ve never, ever done this, but I see people doing it all the time.  It’s usually because people want a particular number of bananas (like just 3 instead of 6).  But I’ve also seen people use this method to select the best bananas, leaving the stray ones with just a few odd spots behind. I’ve never broken off any bananas in the store,…
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    ConsumerMojo.com

  • More Than 10 Million Signed Up For Obamacare

    Barbara Nevins Taylor
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:13 pm
    Love it. Hate it. Complain about it. Sue to stop it. The fact is that the signups for Obamacare have exceeded expectations, according to a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. More than 10 million signed up for Obamacare and it seems like this spells good news for those who need to see a doctor. The study found that more than 10.3 million uninsured adults gained coverage in the first open enrollment period. The authors say the uninsured rate for 18- to 64-year-old adults fell from 21 percent in September 2013 to 16.3 percent in April 2014, when enrollment closed. The…
  • Glaucoma Trial Drug Axed

    Nick Taylor
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:22 am
    by Nick Taylor Sometimes I wonder what’s worse, my glaucoma or the drugs I have to take to treat it.  That’s why it was so frustrating when the company that makes the clinical trial eye drop I’ve been taking, which lowers my eye pressure with no side effects, decided to change it.  And the trial wasn’t even over. The drug, made by Aerie Pharmaceutical, doesn’t have a name.  Around the Manhattan Eye and Ear Infirmary where my rock star  ophthalmologist, Dr. Robert Ritch, practices, it’s known as the ROCK drop, short for rho-kinase Inhibitor AR 12286.
  • Citi $7 Billion Settlement Hits Home

    Barbara Nevins Taylor
    14 Jul 2014 | 12:41 pm
    by Barbara Nevins Taylor Citigroup’s $7 billion dollar settlement comes long after many homeowners hurt by bad banking practices and their own optimism lost their pride, their homes and the sense that they can invest in the American Dream. For years, I reported about homeowners who signed up for mortgages they couldn’t afford with interest rates that would ultimately sink them. They borrowed from Citi and practically every other bank you can name. Often these deals were done through mortgage brokers and no one seemed to care about the long-term consequences for the new homeowners.
  • de Blasio Visits Beauty Salons to Promote Expanded Pre-K

    Barbara Nevins Taylor
    12 Jul 2014 | 3:59 pm
    by Barbara Nevins Taylor Gerta Lami and her four-year-old son Eli got lucky. They bumped into New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and his entourage on Flatbush Avenue, in Brooklyn, just as the mayor held up a bunch of flyers to promote the expanded pre-K program. He leaned into the crowd and asked, “You know why were here? For you and your family. Full day pre-K. Free. Spread the word.” Because the newly created pre-K slots in public schools filled up quickly, the mayor expanded city-funded pre-K to approved  neighborhood centers, private schools, pre-schools and museums. Gerta…
  • Fallen FDNY Firefighter Defines Heroism

    Barbara Nevins Taylor
    11 Jul 2014 | 10:53 am
      by Barbara Nevins Taylor   We talk a lot about heroism. And we can argue about whether superstar athletes and noisy politicians and even pundits fall in this category. But we can’t argue about the heroism of men and women who put their life on the line every day to help others. The funeral of 40-year-old New York City Fire Department Lt. Gordon Matthew Ambelas served as a reminder to us all of what heroism really means. The fallen FDNY firefighter defines heroism. Lt. Ambelas, a 14-year FDNY veteran, was overcome by flames and smoke searching for survivors in a high-rise fire…
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  • Ends 07-31-14 Pass The Love Sweepstakes

    admin
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:01 am
    Enter to win a soccer game experience that includes $10,000 in spending cash (Grand Prize). There are also numerous other prizes, including nine $10,000 First Prizes and over a thousand lesser Instant Win prizes. You have to be a U.S./D.C. resident, 13 or older to participate. To enter, visit this page.
  • Carhartt Shorts and Shirts, BOGO 50% Off

    admin
    24 Jul 2014 | 3:48 am
    Through 8/3/14, you can buy one men’s or women’s shorts or woven shirts and get a second at half price at Carhartt.com. Use the link below to see what they have to offer. They are also offering $5 on all ground shipping through 7/31/14. Buy One, Get One 50% Off – Shorts & Woven Shirts. read more
  • Free Hot Dog at Thorntons (through July 28, 2014)

    admin
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:24 pm
    If you haven’t already, pick yourself up a Thornton’s app (free download locations are available here) and get a free hot dog from them, through July 28, 2014. This offer is valid at all Thornton’s locations, one per customer.
  • Free Schiff Move Free Sample

    admin
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Get a free sample of the joint health supplement Schiff Move Free by visiting their Facebook page. These samples are one per U.S. household, and you must be 18+ to request one.
  • Free Rachael Ray Cat Food Sample

    admin
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:01 am
    Get a free sample of Rachael Ray Nutrish, the super premium natural food for cats. To get yours, head on over to the Nutrish Facebook page and like it.
 
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    Cheap Students

  • Week in Review – Beach, Golf and a Little Reading

    cstudent
    6 Jul 2014 | 8:17 pm
    I unfortunately was a bit busy this week which meant that I couldn’t squeeze in a non-week in review post mid-week. I’m going to use the excuse that Canada Day on a Tuesday really threw me off oh and the month change. Happy belated Canada Day to all and 4th of July to everyone reading and hope you enjoy my second of many week in review blog posts. Not-So Frugal Guilt I’m going to start with the bad and end with the good, I spent a lot of money out at dinner this week and did eat out quite a bit this week. Meeting up with friends from university (Laura, Ashley and Nicole) we…
  • Week in Review – Side Hustle & A Little DIY

    cstudent
    27 Jun 2014 | 7:28 am
    It has been long overdue that I start getting a bit of an organized schedule together when it comes to my blogging habits. As you may have realized I’ll have 2 posts in 2 days and then go off the radar for a week or more. The first of many regularly occurring posts will be a week in review consisting of what I’ve done, things I’ve learned and of course my favourite posts of the week. What I’ve Been Up to Since I haven’t been working full-time this summer I’ve found some part time side gigs in order to make some money either for a few nights out or…
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  • How to Store Watercress

    Meany Goat
    15 Jul 2014 | 10:13 pm
    How to Store Watercress at Home Learn how to store watercress correctly so that you can keep it fresh as long as possible and avoid it turning into a pile of green slime overnight! Watercress is an expensive but highly tasty and nutritious addition to any salad or garnish. However, watercress is 93% water and […]
  • How Much Electricity Does a Plug-in Air Freshener Use

    Meany Goat
    14 Jul 2014 | 10:35 am
    How Much Electricity Does a Plug-in Air Freshener Use? How to Get Rid of Nasty Niffs! Had a few beers or a red-hot curry the night before and you need to hit the can in a hurry? Afterwards you could cut the air with a knife as you struggle to find the door handle to […]
  • Grow Runner Beans

    Meany Goat
    10 Jul 2014 | 9:13 am
    New Ways to Grow Runner Beans and Save Space! If you are looking for an easy and high yielding crop to grow in your garden then grow runner beans! The only problem is that they can take up a fair bit of space if you grow them in the traditional way by creating wigwams or […]
  • Know Your Poop

    Meany Goat
    9 Jul 2014 | 12:33 am
    Get To Know Your Poop If you think that your Boss is full of crap then you are probably right. Recent research shows that over 80% of Americans are constipated at some point in their lives! Getting to know your poop is a pretty important part of healthy living since your poop gives you an […]
  • Hedgehogs in the Garden

    Meany Goat
    8 Jul 2014 | 9:17 am
    Hedgehogs in the Garden – Good or Bad? Do you have hedgehogs in the garden and do they really help keep down the slug and snail population? What can you do to encourage more? Is feeding hedgehogs harmful? Are they really the best from of natural pest control? Read on the find out the answers […]
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  • How Much Does Bosley Hair Restoration Cost?

    Shane McNally
    5 Jul 2014 | 2:05 pm
    Okay, this one is for the fellas. Have you recently looked into attempting a trendy modern haircut like the men’s modern quiff or men’s fade hairstyle, but then realized that you don’t have enough hair for such a feat? The shaved head is a nice contemporary look if your noggin as a nice shape to it, but often times, it looks like the aliens’ heads from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Maybe it’s time to look into the modern medical miracle of hair restoration. Bosley is one of the oldest and most trusted clinics to provide the service. How much does Bosley…
  • How Much Does a Wedding DJ Cost?

    Shane McNally
    12 Jun 2014 | 10:43 am
    Planning a wedding can be a difficult task. One of the things that has to be considered as the entertainment at the reception. The most popular choice in recent history has been a DJ instead of a band, because the cost is significantly cheaper, and people like to hear the classic songs from the radio. So how much does a wedding DJ cost? Location As with everything, location will factor the cost of a wedding DJ. New York City and Los Angeles will be more expensive than Akron or Tallahassee. There’s not much to be done about this since most people decide on their wedding location long…
  • How Much do Pinball Machines Cost?

    Shane McNally
    1 Jun 2014 | 3:10 pm
    Owning a pinball machine was a childhood fantasy for me. I remember obsessing over a few at the local arcade. Pinball machines feel like a relic from the past, but much like vinyl records, they are making a comeback. So how much does it cost to buy a pinball machine? New Pinball Machines There are only two companies making pinball machines. Stern, based out of Chicago, was the only company for the last several years producing popular branding games like Lord of the Rings, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Avengers, Dark Night, and Spiderman. At the time of this blog post, they offer AC/DC,…
  • How Much Does it Cost to Paint Your Car or Truck?

    Shane McNally
    9 May 2014 | 5:50 pm
    Are you interested in a low-cost option to drastically change the look of your car? Maybe you want to turn that ugly brown station wagon into a snazzy purple or lime green freak mobile? Alternatively, you might have a valid reason to have your car painted such as rust or damage. How much does it cost to paint your car? Procedure A qualified service will start with a thorough washing of the car to remove dirt, dust, and any foreign bodies that would interfere with the paint. After that, the vehicle will be sanded down in order to properly prep the surface. Finally, the windows will be properly…
  • How Much Does Wheel Alignment Cost for Your Car or Truck?

    Shane McNally
    30 Apr 2014 | 4:54 pm
    Along with regular oil changes, it’s important to have your car wheel alignment adjusted at least once per year or every 10,000 miles. This is one of those tasks that is very hard to do yourself unless you happen to be a mechanic and have access to a full-service garage. Failure to have your wheels aligned can result in quicker tire degradation, as well as damage to steering, suspension, brake system, and drive line parts. Proper alignment also ensures that your tires will wear evenly, which makes the car safer to drive and saves money on gas mileage. Let’s look at the aspects…
 
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