Without a doubt, convenience food items are well, convenient. They make “life as MOM” a little bit easier. And making your own freezer meals fills that need for quick and easy. But, did you know that “bulk cooking” can save you money? Oh, let me count the ways: 1. Bulk cooking involves buying in bulk […]
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My grocery budget is getting very close to its end. I’ve had some great grocery store outings this month(see them here and here). But, it’s easy to lose sight of mid-week purchases. I forgot about the few things that I had FishPapa get at Costco or the diapers that I got on sale at Walgreens […]
Some of the best, the simplest money saving advice is, well, simple. Sometimes, it’s so simple, it may be hard for some to believe. You’ve probably already seen this. But, it’s priceless – in more ways than one. And it’s sure to make you laugh. Enjoy! (Thanks, Lissa, for passing it on to me!) Got […]
One of the fun traditions surrounding St. Patrick’s Day is the idea of finding a leprechaun and his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. While the reality of such a treasure finds itself only in myth and legend, today you do have a special money saving opportunity that could be worth a […]
Please note: the ECB deal for the body wash expires on Tuesday, March 17th. So, this primer is only good until then. A year ago I walked into CVS for the first time, quaking in my boots. I had read several different bloggers that talked about the great deals and steals they had nabbed there. […]
When I was growing up, my parents were always very careful with money. Neither of their families had had a lot of money when they were children, and so they knew how to save. It took a long time for me to appreciate this. I remember scrunching down in the backseat of the car when […]