Glade coupons? Yes please!

Posted on September 17th, 2016 by Coupon Cathy

$1.00 off any TWO RED Baron pizzas
$3.00 off one Boost
$1.50 off one Boost
$3.00 off one Advil 40ct or larger
$1.00 off any 2 Glade products
$1.00 off any 2 Glade PlugIn Refills
$2.00 off any 3 Glade
$2.00 off one Glade Wax Melt Warmer
$2.00 off one Glade 9.2oz Jar Candle
$2.00 off one Glade Auto Spray Starter Kit
$2.00 off one Glade Auto Spray Holder
$1.50 off two Glade Auto Spray Refills
$1.00 off any 2 Glade Scented Oil Warmers
$1.00 off any 2 Glade Wax Melts Refills
$1.00 off 2 Glade 3.4 oz Small Jar Candles
$0.55 off one Glade product

Nestle White Chip Chocolate Cookies (AKA Sugary Heaven)

Posted on September 16th, 2016 by Uncategorized

white chocolate chips

I dare you to find a cookie recipe more delicious than this. There’s just something magical about a chocolate cookie. And don’t get me wrong, I am not a white chocolate fan, but the white chocolate chips paired with the cocoa-y cookie? Heaven.

Back in my middle school years I was quite the baker. I’d make any dessert that we had the ingredients for. As soon as my homework was done and dinner was finished I’d head to the kitchen and whip up some sugary concoction. This “Backwards Cookie” recipe came from the back of a Nestle White Chocolate Chips bag, and it soon became my signature cookie. I’d make these babies bi-weekly, and they were gobbled up so quickly!

Give this recipe a try, and it will be sure to become a family favorite.

(Recipe courtesy of Very Best Baking by Nestle)




PREHEAT oven to 350° F.

COMBINE flour, cocoa, baking soda and salt in small bowl. Beat butter, granulated sugar, brown sugar and vanilla extract in large mixer bowl until creamy. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Gradually beat in flour mixture. Stir in morsels. Drop by well-rounded teaspoon onto ungreased baking sheets.

BAKE for 9 to 11 minutes or until centers are set. Cool on baking sheets for 2 minutes; remove to wire racks to cool completely.

New coupons! Yay!

Posted on September 15th, 2016 by Coupon Cathy

$0.75 off ONE (1) Bob Evans Side Dish
$1.00 off any ONE McCafe Coffee Canister
$2.00 off one GE Lighting
$3.00 off one Purina Pro Plan
$1.00 off one SHEBA Meaty Tender Sticks Treats
$3.00 off one IAMS™ Dry Cat Food Bag
$1.00 off FOUR (4) McCormick Dry Seasoning Mixes
$1.00 off one Screamin Sicilian Frozen Pizza
$1.20 off any 3 Campbells Chunky soups
$1.20 off any 4 Campbell's Condensed Soups
$0.75 off any 1 Bob Evans Side Dish
$1.00 off any 2 Ziploc brand containers

Re-Purpose Those Pumpkin Candy Buckets!

Posted on September 15th, 2016 by Uncategorized

A couple days ago I was making my way from one side of our storage room to the other (no easy task, mind you) when I came across a couple of plastic trick-or-treating pumpkins. And by a couple, I mean 5. They were everywhere! After I saw the first one (an obnoxious purple one by the way) I ran across another, and another. Everywhere I turned there were plastic pumpkins!!!

Okay, it really wasn’t quite that horrifying. I’m being a little over dramatic, but there were more plastic pumpkins than I expected to come across on my trek through the storage space. I began thinking about what I could do with them since they no longer were going to be used. I could toss them out, or find a way to re purpose them. Since I was not feeling creative enough to brainstorm my own ideas I took to Pinterest. Once there, I found an adorable planter idea for the large buckets and just had to include this mini version for your table if you have any of these small pumpkins.



For just a few dollars you can make this absolutely adorable pumpkin centerpiece from Up to Date Interiors. I am not the biggest fan of faux flowers, so I opted to put a little water into the bottom of my pumpkins and trim a few fresh roses. You can do it either way though, and both look great!


If you liked those, you’ll love this larger version for your front porch from Drab to Fab! I just love the color she chose; it looks like an expensive pot! I’m sure you already have a few of those plastic pumpkins somewhere, but if not they shouldn’t cost you more than a couple dollars to buy. You can always use the same can of spray paint for both the large planters and the small pumpkin centerpieces above as well if you want to save another few dollars.

Both versions work all throughout the Fall. You can simply turn the pumpkin face away when November rolls around. Let me know in the comments below how you ended up liking these re-purposes!

Happy Fall!


WOW! I found some goodies on Zulily today! Go see for yourself!

Posted on September 14th, 2016 by Uncategorized

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Posted on September 14th, 2016 by Uncategorized

Inexpensive Gifts Your New Teacher Will Love

Posted on September 14th, 2016 by Uncategorized

Teacher  Day. Hydrangea flowers and copybooks on the teacher's desk (flowers, glasses, copybooks, board, pencils).


It’s always nice to bring a little something for your child’s teacher when school starts up again. It doesn’t have to be a big gift, just something thoughtful that you and your kiddo pick out. With the craziness of school starting again, learning all the new kids’ names, and making sure they have all of their lesson’s planned, most teachers would really love a small token of your appreciation. I’ve gathered a few inexpensive ideas for something fun for your child to take to the teacher sometime during the first few weeks of school.



Don’t be afraid to go traditional! An apple paired with some peanut butter or caramel, like in this example, is the perfect gift for any teacher!


He or she is probably overdosing on coffee this time of year, and would probably love a new mug! (Especially if it has a cute quote on it.) If you don’t want to buy one, grab some sharpies and draw on one yourself! Here are some instructions.


A batch of cookies or a few candy bars with a cute note is inexpensive and super sweet! I’m sure they’d love a sweet treat to hide in their desk drawer. I found the cutest printable tags for all kinds of different candies on this blog!


Sharpies, dry erase, Crayola, the options are endless, and they’re all on the top of most teachers’ lists. Wrap up a handful of Sharpies or a box of Crayola markers with a ribbon, and viola! You have the perfect teacher gift. Head here for some photo inspiration!

Pencil Holder

Paint a mason jar, or buy one at the store. Having a fresh new holder for their supplies will much appreciated! These two different mason jar pencil holders are so cute, you’ll have to give them a try!


Just typing “teacher gifts” into Pinterest had me nearly drowning in adorable ideas. Any teacher receiving any of these sweet gifts is super lucky!


Let us know in the comments what you do to let your kids’ teachers know you appreciate them!

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Posted on September 13th, 2016 by Coupon Cathy

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$2.00 off one Oral-b
$2.00 off any 2 PEOPLE and Vitafusion
$1.00 off any TWO BEAR NAKED Granola
$1.00 off any one Viva Paper Towel
$0.50 off one Kellogg's Special K Nourish
$1.00 off any 2 Kellogg's Raisin Bran
$0.55 off 1 Cottonelle Flushable Cleansing Cloth
$0.50 off one Kleenex
$0.50 off one Kleenex
$0.50 off one Cottonelle Toilet Paper

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