I spent a good deal of time with the list I made yesterday (and updated today). I still think I got my money’s worth. I made 3 trips into Harris Teeter today. My first trip the total was MINUS 49 cents, so I had to grab something to bring it up to the positive side
Oh boy! Harris Teeter is doing triples again starting tomorrow (Sept. 18, 19, 20 & 21). I’m jazzed. Love triples. Until you’ve done triples, you just can’t understand. It’s a couponing thing. I’ve been bouncing between a few of my favorite couponing sites. The easiest to digest list came from Hot Coupon World. The specific
Easy Apple Turnovers 1 can of apple pie filling (or homemade, already cooked filling) 1 can of refrigerator biscuits (either a tube of 8, or a tube of 5 Grands™ split in half) 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) butter, melted 1/2 cup sugar 1-2 tsp. cinnamon Preheat oven to 400°. Flatten the biscuits into 4″ circles.
Not a huge haul, but a good amount of stuff for $3.09: 2 20ft rolls of Reynold’s aluminum foil 5 Reach toothbrushes 1 bottle of PowerAde 2 18oz jars of Peter Pan Peanut Butter 2 boxes of Puffs tissue 1 pkg of Trident Extra Care I think we’ve got enough toothbrushes to last us a
I don’t think “couponing” is a real word. Sort of like “garage saleing.” Anyway, using coupons can be a powerful weapon in your arsenal of money saving techniques. My favorite sites for couponing are Hot Coupon World and Money Saving Mom. By using these two sites I get the latest on the deals out there,
Some common and some uncommon uses for lemons. Household: Remove tough food stains from your cutting board by rubbing with lemon juice and baking soda. This will also kill germs and freshen. Clean and deodorize your microwave by placing 4 tablespoons of lemon juice in 1 cup of water. Place in microwaveable bowl and boil