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MOM Deals This Week

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Are you looking for a little instant ease when it comes to kids home for summer vacation? I totally get you. Check out the Summer Survival Guide . It’s chock-full of great ideas to organize your summer and enjoy great times with yours kids. Got some swinging deals for you this week! CVS is going […]

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A CVS Primer: August 2 – 4

CVS is just rocking with these great Back to School sales. My goodness! We’re going on four weeks of free school supplies. Now, don’t turn away at the idea that you don’t go to school or have children who do. These are basic supplies that any home office could use. But, you can also use […]

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Christmas in July: Do a Clothing Check

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Now, you may not want to be thinking about bowties and holiday dress while the temperatures soar and the waves are beckoning. But, on December 24th when you pull out a stained dress shirt from the back of the closet and your son is sporting high waters, you’ll wish you had. Spending an hour on […]

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Grocery Geek Presents: An All-You Grocery Challenge Update

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As I mentioned awhile back, I’m participating in the All-You Grocery Challenge. Players are allowed $25/person/week to spend on food. As far as I can tell I’m not supposed to count the baby, so that leaves us an allowance of $175/week for us 7 “bigger” eaters. Obviously since my regular “grocery spending” comes in under […]

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Christmas Giveaways Continue

Two more giveaways are posted! Find all seven right here. Giveaways will end Saturday night at 8 pm PST. Don’t miss out!

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Ingredients for a Fun Friday Night

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A cookout with homemade hot dog buns! Just be careful. You may never eat storebought again.

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Christmas Giveaway: Spray ‘n Wash Bright & White

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Got kids? Then you got laundry. Loads of it. And while I’m pretty laissez-faire about bibs and napkins, I am not entirely pleased with what results when we go without them. The baby’s clothes get splattered. And my boys use their sleeves, or better yet, their shoulders to wipe their faces. Oh my. To be […]

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Frugal Friday: Debt-Proof Your Christmas

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This week we’ve been talking and planning Christmas — in July. It’s a great way to think through the holiday season and what you want to do differently. Clearer thoughts prevail when Walmart isn’t already playing Jingle Bells. One important thing to consider regarding Christmas is the money part. You know the story: people try […]

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