Free Disney Side Stick Figure Family Decal!

Posted on April 24th, 2015 by Freebie Felicia


Build your Disney Side stick figure family and order a free decal!


When At First You Don’t Succeed…

Posted on April 24th, 2015 by Discount Debbie

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My brother used to always tell me that when at first you don’t succeed, sky diving is not for you. While I firmly believe he was right about sky diving, that doesn’t make it  true about money saving methods. In fact in spite of these ideas may not work out for you the first time, in the long run they can still save you money using them.

Learning Curve

Let’s take the money saving idea of cooking your own meals from scratch rather than buying fast food, meals in a bag, and bagged bread. Cooking is a skill and like all skills, has a learning curve. Your first loaf of bread may not turn out the way you hoped. If it makes you feel any better, mine didn’t even look like a loaf. You may discover you only skimmed the recipe and you have tried to stick two loafs worth of bread dough into one pan. It happens. It’s just a learning experience to help you avoid future mistakes.

Time In Life

Clipping coupons may not be something you would pursue while living single with the belief you can live off of cup of noodle soups and peanut butter sandwiches. You don’t have the storage space to build a coupon fueled food storage. You don’t have the gas to go to six different stores and the time to hunt down the smallest product size in each. Besides, the generic brand is usually less expensive even with a coupon.

When you become a married parent trying to fuel that formula and diaper bill with no expanded income to make ends meet (and they were barely touching to begin with) you may want to revisit that whole coupon thing, or cloth diaper idea. Where it wasn’t helpful before, it can be vital now.

 


New Printable Coupons!

Posted on April 24th, 2015 by Coupon Cathy

Enjoy some extra savings this week with these new printable coupons!

Buy 3 Hunt's Canned Tomatoes, Get 1 Free $1.00 off one (1) package of Gardein $0.70 off any one True Citrus Product $1.00 off Campbell's Slow Kettle Style soup $2.00 off SHEBA Cat Food and PEOPLE Magazine $2.00 off AVEENO Moisturizer and PEOPLE Magazine $2.00 off AVEENO Scrub and PEOPLE Magazine $2.00 off (1) Persil Proclean™ Laundry Detergent $2.00 off Purina Pro Plan brand Dog Snack $1.00 off Purina Pro Plan brand Cat Snack or Chew $2.50 off any EIGHT (8) Gerber Organic pouches


Making Baking Work For Your Household

Posted on April 23rd, 2015 by Discount Debbie

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It may be that you want to make your bread and know it will save you money, but you just aren’t sure how to go about doing so. You may be worried that you don’t have the time or a machine. You may also be worried about how to build it into your meal plans. Here are a few tips to get you started saving money by making your own baked goods.

No Machine

Not having a bread machine is not a problem at all. In fact I have found that it is easier for me to make bread from scratch in my oven than in a bread machine. I can make it in various shapes and sizes. This comes in handy when tying to fit your homemade bread into a lunch for school or work. all you need is a detailed but simple recipe with ingredients you usually have in your kitchen every day.

Time

Find a recipe that works for your time schedule. My favorite bread recipe is Amish White Bread. It takes about two and half hours to make and a good portion of that time is waiting for the bread to rise. I can go about my daily routine while the bread dough does its thing. What also is a time saver for me when baking is to double the recipe. I end up with four loaves of fluffy white bread rather than two. You may think that’s too much bread, but home cooked bread seems to go faster in my home than store bought bread.

Fitting It Into Meals

Store bought bread to go along with a chili or stew seems a little sad, but homemade bread is heartier and seems to go better with a crock pot soup, chowder, stew, or chili. It’s also a great stand alone snack.

You can also add your homemade bread to a lunch box. There is an easy fix if you are worried your cut bread is too big for a sandwich bag or that it will crumble to bits before lunch time. Make bread muffins in a muffin pan. They will fit in a sandwich bag and has a crust all around it to keep it from turning to crumbs. Just add a small container of butter and a cooling block and you are set to go.


Free Sample of Zarbee’s Immune Support Gummies

Posted on April 23rd, 2015 by Freebie Felicia

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Free Sample of Zarbee’s Immune Support Gummies – Sign up HERE!


Chance to Win an Olive Garden Gift Card!

Posted on April 23rd, 2015 by Freebie Felicia

Take the survey. You could win a $100 Olive Garden gift card!


New Printable Coupons!

Posted on April 22nd, 2015 by Coupon Cathy

This is turning out to be a great week for coupons! Print these new coupons to save even more money.

$1.00 off NESTLE TOLL HOUSE DelightFulls Morsels $0.50 off one 12-pack cans of Diet Dr Pepper $1.00 off (1) Quaker Select Starts Oatmeal $0.50 off ONE Crest Toothpaste or Liquid Gel $1.00 off any ONE Boogie Wipes Product $1.00 off (1) Quaker Real Medleys™ Cereal $0.55 off 1 Package of Mission Soft Taco Tortillas $5.00 off any ONE (1) Zantac $5.00 off any 1 Dulcolax 50 ct or larger $1.00 off one (1) PLAY-DOH MARVEL CAN-HEADS toy $5.00 off ONE Persil ProClean™ Laundry Detergent Buy 1 Cheez-It CHRUNCH'D™, Get 1 Pringles Free $5.00 off any PUR FAUCET MOUNT product $4.00 off any multi-pack PUR FAUCET MOUNT product


Free Subscription to Parents Magazine

Posted on April 22nd, 2015 by Freebie Felicia

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Free Subscription to Parents Magazine – Sign up HERE!


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