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Living Frugal is Living Green

When I chose to start living a more simple frugal life, I didn’t realize I would be continuing my passion for living green. I’ve learned that frugal living and green living really are a lot alike.

1. Conserving electricity by during daytime, lights in my home are off. I use natural light coming in my windows. Turning up my thermostat during the summer (and wearing less clothes) and down during the winter (wearing more clothes also) I hang certain items over shower curtain bars to dry and other items are only placed in dryer for a very short period and then hung in closet to finish drying. Be conscious of phantom consumption. Saving on your electricity bill is living frugally AND reducing your consumption is living greener!

2. Conserving water by installing simple rain barrels, taking shorter showers and turning water off while sudsing up, brushing our teeth with water off, only washing full loads of clothing, and raising the water level in my toilet tanks is living frugally AND greener!

3. Don’t fall into the consumer trap! Do not buy products that require a constant “refill” or disposables and this will reduce your waste. Try making your own household cleaners. I no longer buy paper plates, paper cups, paper napkins or paper towels. Windows are washed using newspapers and my home-made window cleaner. I have purchased from thrift stores cloth napkins (.29 and .39 each) and kitchen towels (.49-.69 each), and after 6 months have a nice collection! Using a rag or string mop is more frugal, reduces your waste and therefore reduces your carbon print making you greener. I no longer purchase bottles of water. We have a few re-usable water bottles we now use. I no longer buy rags.

4. Old tshirts are cut up for dusting rags, shop rags, and used on my swiffers. Ratty bath towels are also cut up into 4 smaller towels to be used various ways. I think twice before throwing ANYTHING away. Toothbrushes are saved and used for cleaning. A lot of food containers are saved and reused.

5. Recycle as much of your waste as possible. Aluminum cans, plastic milk/juice jugs, and cardboard boxes are recycled in our home reducing our waste.

I heard someone say “It’s not easy being green if you’re poor”. I disagree with this mindset. Yes it costs a big chunk to install solar panels on your home, to buy a new electric/hybrid vehicle, to buy newer energy efficient appliances, etc. The way I am approaching these is this…. When I HAVE to replace a new big ticket item, (my car finally dies, the washer has spun for the last time, the refrig won't chill anymore) I will do my research and buy a more eco friendly product but not until that time.

The majority of the ways listed above does not cost you anything but are the most common first steps experts will tell you to do when wanting to live more frugally or green.

You can get more tips by reading my previous post: 11 Ways to be an Earth Friendly Couple. Another great article to read is Frugal Living Can Be Green Living.

I would love for everyone to share their frugal and/or green tips in comments, it just might be something that someone else has not thought of.


Gourmet's Buttermilk Cake

Fall is approaching fast! Shorter days and very cool nights. I'm feeling the baking itch and one of the first things I will be baking is this so simple, one pan, frugal pantry snack cake.

Who doesn't love a quick & easy cake recipe? And this one is a winner for me due to all the ingredients are found in every pantry. Nothing special other than the fruit you decide to use. Raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries! Whatever your market has this week can be used.

1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 stick unsalted butter, softened
2/3 cup plus 1 1/2 tablespoons sugar, divided
1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1 large egg
1/2 cup well-shaken buttermilk
1 cup fresh raspberries (about 5 ounces)

Preheat oven to 400°F with rack in middle. Butter and flour a 9-inch round cake pan.

Whisk together flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.

Beat butter and 2/3 cup sugar with an electric mixer at medium-high speed until pale and fluffy, about 2 minutes, then beat in vanilla. Add egg and beat well.

At low speed, mix in flour mixture in 3 batches, alternating with buttermilk, beginning and ending with flour, and mixing until just combined.

Spoon batter into cake pan, smoothing top. Scatter raspberries evenly over top and sprinkle with remaining 1 1/2 tablespoons sugar.

Bake until cake is golden and a wooden pick inserted into center comes out clean, 25 to 30 minutes. Cool in pan 10 minutes, then turn out onto a rack and cool to warm, 10 to 15 minutes more. Invert onto a plate.

The original recipe can be found here: Gourmet June 2009

If you need a gluten free version then Lulu & Phoebe have their version for you here: Lulu & Phoebe's Blog

If you're thinking 400 degrees is hot, read what Stacey did to change up the recipe a little and how she baked it. Stacey Snacks


And The Winner Is.......

Congratulations Jerseygirl137, you have won the Stress Less Set of Goats Milk Soap & Lotion from Stems of Stone.

You have 48 hours to email me your name and mailing address for shipping. My email address is couponxchange@gmail.com


Do You Save Rubber Bands?

Do you save and repurpose your rubber bands? I do. I use them for lots of different things around the house. Here are some of my favorites:

Use on tight clothing such as waist band on your pants tops or skirts. Loop the rubber band through the button hole and fasten to the button. This saved me during pregnancies to get a few more wears out of clothing.

Where's that straw? Wrap one around your spray can stuff (such as canned air, wd-40) and slide straw underneath.

Use to break-in a baseball glove by spraying glove with leather conditioner and then putting a ball in it and wrapping rubber bands around the whole glove. Let sit for a couple days till dry and shaped.

Wrap rubber bands around shampoo, conditioner bottles and shaving cream cans for slip proofing in the shower.

Winding tightly around a water hose or pipe can temporarily plug small holes.

Wrap a rubber band around the neck of pump style dispensers (such as lotion & soap) to limit the amount dispensed per pump.

Place a rubber band around each end of your chopping boards to prevent them from slipping and sliding around on you.

Wrap around the handle of your chopping knives to keep wet handles from slipping through your hand.

Place around the tops of jars and bottles for a better grip when twisting off lids.

Wrap around the handle of mixing spoons to prevent them from sliding into your bowls.

Place one on each end of your cake pan to secure that plastic lid that always falls off when traveling. Works great on casserole dish lids also.

Roll up partial bags of frozen veggies and secure with a rubber band. No more spilled bags in freezer.

Stretch a couple over paint cans (from top to bottom) to wipe paint brushes against. Paint will drip back down into the can instead of running down sides keeping the can clean and the lid removeable.

Share with me some of your favorite ways to re-use rubber bands?


I have friends in low places...

and I love it!

I received a tip there was a dumpster full of pet supplies. It was a drive but I'm thinking it was worth it. What do you think? What would $400+ of FREE pet food do for your budget?

7 cases of Pedigree canned dog food
2 cases of wet cat food
4 jars of Milk Bone bacon & cheese treats
1 red soft side carrier
13 20-25lb bags of dry cat food (various brands)
11 40-50lb bags of dry dog food (various brands)
1 undercover mouse cat toy

ALL FOR FREE and I didnt even get dirty! lol
I LOVE dumpster diving!


Handmade Goats Milk Soap & Lotion Set Giveaway

I love handmade goats milk soap, how about you?

Stems of Stone wants you to try their goats milk soap and lotion package.

This nice little set contains the essentials for travel. Packaged in a zippered pouch are a 4oz Aloe Vera Lotion, Purse sized 2oz matching lotion, and a 3.5oz bar of Goats Milk soap from the Stress Less line.

Stress Less blends lemon, patchouli, orange, cedarwood, citronella, grapefruit, rosemary, and sage. Just what you need to ease that stress!

To enter this great giveaway:

Make sure each entry has it's own comment or they won't count individually.

1. Visit Stems of Stone and tell me what products interest you the most. Remember you MUST do this first then you can choose how to enter for extra entries.

2. Extra entry: Write about this giveaway on your own site and include a link back to here, then leave a separate comment here with a link to your post.

3. Extra entries: Tweet about this giveaway and include a link to here on Twitter, come back here and leave a link to your twitter post here in comments. You can tweet the giveaway once a day. You can use this for your tweet: New Etsy giveaway: Handmade Lotion & Goats Milk Soap Set. http://tiny.cc/CMUgi (Ends 8/19) hosted by @kittyskitchen

4. Extra entry: Write about this giveaway and include a link back to here on your Facebook account. Come back here and leave a link to your facebook in comments.

Entry deadline: August 19, 2009 at 6:00 p.m. CDT.

I'll use Random.org to generate a number that corresponds with the winning comment. The winners will be announced here, August 20, 2009.

The winner will have 48 hours to email me with their shipping information; otherwise a new winner will be randomly selected.

This giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada.

Good luck!


WINNER: Many Moons giveaway

Coccinelle Congrats! You have won the Many Moons Cloth Pads. Check your email.

Be sure to check back this week for the next giveaway!


I've been tagged! 7 Amazing Things About Me

I was tagged by Karen who has two blogs; 100 Mile Diet in Calgary and Green Sheep Herders. Both of these blogs are very interesting and I urge you to visit them.

If I'm not mistaken, 100 Mile Diet's concept is to only eat local foods grown/raised within 100 miles of where you live. With her being located in Calgary, during the winter this can be a real challenge if not planned for ahead of time. This means lots of preserving during the peak growing time to sustain throughout the winter.

Green Sheep Herders concept is to reduce the family's carbon footprint once small change at a time. She has many ideas I've never heard or thought of. Most I agree with, some I dont. (Sorry, Karen but I can't give up my Kitchenaid due to a shoulder injury! :) Like Karen says, not all the suggestions are for everyone, but there are many wonderful ideas and you should check out the neat way she has formatted this blog.

What are 7 amazing things about me?

I'm a lot like Karen and find it hard to brag on myself. These things are accomplishments I'm proud of but others might not find them amazing.

1. I have two healthy sons, one who is now an adult and a father himself. Yes, I'm a grandmother! Both my sons have been raised to be respectful and caring individuals. Although they both are onery as hell, they will give the shirt off their back and the last dollar in their pocket to anyone who needs it.

2. When I was employed I only missed two days of work in 8 years.

3. I live in a very rural area after living in a suburb my entire life and have learned how to "Use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without" after being raised by baby boomer parents who thinks everything is disposable.

4. I am proud of the fact that I have learned how to live better on less when it comes to our monthly living expenses, especially our grocery budget. I spend half as much but my pantry and freezer is four times as full as before. This has been done by learning the correct way to utilize coupons on sale items and stocking up when prices are rock bottom. Tracking sales trends on our most used items helped to figure out when a sale was rock bottom.

5. I am proud of the support I give my husband to do his job. He is required to work 12-14 hour days, so the majority of the daily running of our home is left up to me. Most days I'm ok with it and accomplish everything that needs to be done. I do have bad days once in a while and feel very overwhelmed. Me going from a full time employed mom to a full time stay at home mom was a SHOCK! It has taken all summer for me to adjust to being a 24/7 mom. I've never done that before. I commend all the stay at home moms, they have their work cut out for them.

6. I am proud of the fact that I do not squander my husbands money. I have no desire for designer clothes, shoes, handbags or diamonds. I am a very down to earth woman, and easy to please. I love new clothes, shoes, and handbags. But I buy for comfort and durability not name.

7. I am proud of the eco friendly changes that I have been able to implement in our home and to get my son and husband excited about the changes also. We are a team and enjoy working together to find news ways to become more eco friendly. We currently recycle more of our household waste than we send to the landfill.

Like Karen, I do not judge anyone for the choices they have made, but neither do I like to be judged for the choices I've made. We all live in different areas where some things are easier for some to accomplish than others.

I have chosen not to tag any blogs. If you wish to do this and share with me, then leave a comment so I can visit your blog and read your 7 Amazing Things.


Frugal Summer Fun For Bored Kids Of All Ages

Both my sons have always enjoyed making Paper Airplanes. The price is right and the mess is kept to a minimum.

This site is great! 15 Free Paper Airplanes to print from your computer. I've recycled paper and used the backside I've already printed to print these out, my boys didn't care.

If you don't have a printer available, check out Alex's Paper Airplanes. There are several different planes here with folding instructions.

Here's one of their favorites. The Best Paper Airplane. The instructions are easy to understand and the pics are great.

Newspapers make great paper airplanes as well as pages from old magazines.

Here's a site that has planes as well as boats! Origami Kids

What frugal activities do you do with your children to beat summer time boredom?

CVS Gift Card Giveaway Winner

Lucky #3!

Congratulations pestkaj!

FREE Redbox Rental for August

The August Monday FREE Redbox code is 27HZ4KT. This code will expire at midnight tonight.

Did you know:

That a Redbox dvd can be returned to ANY box? It does not have to be returned to the same box it was rented from!

You can reserve movies online? Just go HERE


Many Moons Washable Cloth Feminine Pads Giveaway

I am so excited to be hosting this giveaway from Many Moons Alternatives for a set of 3 pads and 6 liners!

Did you know:
There are an average of 43 million women in North America menustrating?
The average woman menustrates from age 12-52. (40 years!)
The average woman uses 6 pads/tampons per day for 5 days of each month. That's 30 per month or 360 per year. (are you doing the math here?)
The average woman will use 14,400 pads/tampons in her lifetime.

14,400 PER WOMAN! That's one huge pile of waste filling landfills.

The benefits of using cloth mama pads is not just the ecological benefit. The benefits for us as mamas are great also. The greatest benefits I have found is less chafing, less yeast infections and less cramping.

The winner will get to choose which size you'd like. Many Moons offers these sizes:

7 1/2" youth pad
9" mini pad
11" regular/maxi pad
13" goodnight pad

Wild- vibrant, fun, usually darker prints and solids. With sewn in leak-proof nylon.

Fabric colors/patterns are varied and subject to change without notice.

Other Uses:
Postpartum - Many Moons are great for postpartum care, because they are so soft and gentle on tender skin. We recommend the Goodnight pad and Regular-Maxi pads for postpartum.
Incontinence - Many Moons pads are also ideal for light-moderate incontinence protection. We suggest using 2 liners to provide optimal absorbency.

Just choose a pad length that is right for you.

To enter this great giveaway:

Make sure each entry has it's own comment or they won't count individually. You can enter up to 3 times; one for each listed below. Here is how to enter.......

1. Visit Many Moons Alternatives and tell me what products interest you the most. Remember you MUST do this first or your extra entries will be invalid.

2. Write about this giveaway on your own site, then leave a separate comment with a link to your post.

3. Tweet about my giveaway on Twitter, leave the link in comments.

Entry deadline: Saturday, August 8, 2009 at 6:00 p.m. CDT.

I'll use Random.org to generate a number that corresponds with the winning comment. The winners will be announced here, Sunday August 9, 2009.

The winner will have 48 hours to email me with their size preference and shipping information; otherwise a new winner will be randomly selected.

This giveaway is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada.

Good luck!

Many Moons Alternatives can also be found on Etsy! Check out their Etsy store HERE.

Coupon Preview 8-2-09

This week is a big week for coupons. There will be 5 inserts!

Almay Cosmetic Product, any except trial $1 (10/24/09)
Aspercreme, Capzasin, Flexall, Icy Hot, or Sportscreme Product $1 (10-31-09)
Band-Aid Adhesive Bandages Product, any except trial .50 (11/30/09)
Beech-Nut Lets Grow Product B1G1F up to $2.89 (12-31-09)
Beech-Nut Stage 2 Jars $2 on 16 (12-31-09)
Beech-Nut Stage 3 Homestyle Fruit FREE up to .99 (12-31-09)
Benadryl Allergy Product, any except trial $1 (11/12/09)
Benadryl Childrens Allergy Product, any except trial $1 (11/2/09)
Benadryl Cream, Gel or Spray, any except trial $1 (11/2/09)
Bengay $2 (11/30/09)
Blue Bunny Aspen or Sedona Frozen Yogurt Granola Snacks $2 (11-30-09)
Cabot Cheese Products $1 on 3 (12-30-09)
Chef Boyardee Cans or Microwave Pastas .35/3 (9/12/09)
Clean & Clear Advantage Acne Control Kit or Clean & Clear Blackhead Eraser $3 (10/18/09)
Clean & Clear Product, any $1 (10/18/09)
Comet Soft Cleanser or Comet Spray .35 (10-2-09)
Cookie Crisp Cereal .50 (9-12-09)
Cortaid .50 (11/30/09)
Efferdent, 78ct+ or Listerine Pocketpaks, 24 ct + or any Listerine Pocketmist or any Plax Rinse .50 (12/31/09)
El Monterey Tornados, 8.4 oz. $1 (11/30/09)
Energizer Batteries or Energizer Flashlight $1 (9-13-09)
Fiber One Toaster Pastries .50 (9/12/09)
General Mills Cereals (Frosted Cheerios, Fruity Cheerios, Apple Cinnamon Cheerios, etc.) $1 on 2 (9/12/09)
Johnson & Johnson Red Cross Product (excludes trial size) $1 (11/30/09)
Kens Dressings $1 on 2 (9/30/09)
Kens Lite Accents Salad Dressing Spray, 7 oz. $1 (9/30/09)
Kens Marinade or Buffalo Wing Sauce $1 (9/30/09)
Kleenex Facial Tissue .50/3 OR any One Bundle Pack (9/30/09)
L.A. Looks Product, 20 oz. $1 (11-02-09)
Listerine Agent Cool Blue, 500 ml or Smart Rinse 500 ml B1G1F up to $5.05 (12/31/09)
Listerine Whitening Pre-Brush Rinse or Fluoride Rinse, 12 fl oz+ or any Rembrandt Whitening Product $1 (12/31/09)
Mini Babybel Cheese, any .55 (10-31-09)
Neosporin .50 (11/30/09)
Nonnis Tusconi, 7.4 oz. $1 (9-1-09
OneTouch Meter $10 (8-31-09
Orville Redenbachers Gourmet Popping Corn Jar .40 (9/30/09)
Orville Redenbachers Gourmet Popping Corn, 3-pk+ .40 (9/30/09)
Oxy Product, any $1 (10-31-09)
Oxy Purifying Face Scrub or Oxy Deep Cleaning Face Wash $1 (10-31-09)
Pampers Cruisers Premium Absorbency Diapers $2 (10/31/09) (TARGET)
Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive Diapers $2 (10/31/09) (TARGET)
Pert Plus, 24.5 oz+ $2 (9/30/09)
Pert Plus for Men $1.50 (9/30/09)
Pert Plus or Pert Plus for Men, 12 oz.+ $1 (9/30/09)
Peter Pan Peanut Butter, 16 oz.+ .50/2 (9/12/09)
Purell Product, any except 1 oz. .50 (11/30/09)
Reach Floss or Listerine Mouthwash 1L+ or Reach Toothbrush or Reach Access Flosser $1 (12/31/09)
Reach Floss and/or Listerine Mouthwash 1L+ and/or Reach Toothbrush and/or Reach Access Flosser $5 on 3 (12/31/09)
Reach Floss and/or Listerine Mouthwash 1L+ and/or Reach Toothbrush and/or Reach Access Flosser $3/2 (12/31/09)
Red Baron Fire Baked Pizza, any $1 (10-10-09)
Spic and Span or Cinch .55 (10-2-09)
Sudafed, Sudafed PE or OM $2 (11/2/09)
Sure Anti-perspirant & Deodorant , any 2 oz.+ .75 (9/30/09)
Sure for Men Anti-perspirant & Deodorant $1 (9/30/09)
Tylenol Allergy or Sinus, any except trial $1 (11/2/09)
Tyson Anytizers Snacks $1/1 bag (11/30/09)
Tyson Frozen Breaded Chicken $1/1 bag (11/30/09)
Tyson Frozen Breaded Chicken or Tyson Anytizers Snacks, any box .55 (11-30-09)
VisineProduct, any except trial $2 (11/2/09)
Zeasborb $2 (10/11/09)
Zyrtec, 24 ct+ $4 (11/2/09)
Zyrtec Childrens $2 (11/2/09)

Armstrong or Pledge Floor Cleaner, any $1 (9-27-09)
Breyers YoCrunch 100 Calorie Yogurt Packs, any .75 (10-25-09)
Edge Shave Gel .75 (9/26/09)
Fantastic All Purpose Cleaner .75 (9/26/09)
Glade Fabric & Air Odor Eliminator B1G1F to $4.29 (9/12/09)
Glade Plugins Scented Oil Lasting Impressions Holder $3 (9/12/09)
Glade Plugins Scented Oil twin refill or 2 single refills $1 (9/12/09)
Glade Plugins Scented Oil Warmer FREE wyb a Refill to $3.99 (9/12/09)
Glade Sprays, any except Air Infusions .75/2 (9/12/09)
LOreal EverPure Shampoo, Conditioner or Treatment $2 (10/25/09)
Oust Air Sanitizer B1G1F to $3.49 (9/26/09)
Pledge Furniture Care $1.50/2 (9/27/09)
Pledge Furniture Care Wipes $1 (9/27/09)
Pledge Multi Surface Product $1 (9/27/09)
Raid Ant & Roach Killer or Raid Bait, any $1 (9-27-09)
Raid Flying Insect Killer, Wasp & Hornet Killer or Disposable Yellow Jacket Trap $1 (9/27/09)
Red Lobster Dinner Entrees, any $4 on 2 (9-24-09)
Red Lobster Lunch Entrees, any $3 on 2 (9-24-09)
Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner Refills $2/2 (9/27/09)
Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner Starter Kit $3 (9/27/09)
Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Cleaner .75 (9/27/09)
Scrubbing Bubbles Fresh Brush 2-in-1 Starter Kit FREE up to $7.29 wyb Bubbles Toilet Cleaning Gel (9/27/09)
Scrubbing Bubbles Mega Shower Foamer $1 (9/27/09)
Shout Laundry Product .55 (9/26/09)
Skintimate Cream Shave or Gel $1 (9/26/09)
Windex Glass Cleaning Product $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Windex Multi Surface Cleaning Product $1 (9/27/09)

All Liquid Laundry Detergent, 96 load+ $2 (10/25/09)
All or Surf Laundry Detergent $1 (10/25/09)
Blink Tears or Blink GelTears Lubricating Eye Drops, any $4 (10-24-09)
Caress Daily Silk, Glowing Touch, Berry Indulging, etc. 12 oz Body Wash+ or 6 bar pk+ $1 (9-27-09)
Caress Tahitian Renewal or Cashmere Luxury Body Wash, 12 oz+ $1 (9/27/09)
Centrum Ultra Product $1 (11/30/09)
Centrum Ultra Product, 200 ct $3 (11/30/09)
Clorox Liquid Bleach Product, 82 oz.+ .50 on 2 (10-2-09)
Clorox 2 Stain Fighter & Color Booster on any, 22 oz+ $1 (10-2-09)
Complete Blink-N-Clean Lens Drops or Blink Contacts Lubricant Eye Drops $1 (10-24-09)
Complete Multi-Purpose Solution, any 12 oz+ $1 (10-24-09)
Degree Men or Women Anti-perspirant & Deodorant, any .75 (10-25-09)
Degree Men or Women Clinical Protection Anti-Perspirant & Deodorant $2 (10/25/09)
Dove Beauty Bar (6-bar+) or Body Wash, 10 oz.+ $1 (10/18/09)
Dove Deep Moisture, Sensitive Skin or Gentle Exfoliating Body Wash ,12 oz+ $2 (10/18/09)
Dove Hair Care, excludes trial size $1 (10/25/09)
Folgers Coffee Product, 7 oz+ .25 (9/19/09)
Folgers Instant Coffee Product .50 (9/19/09)
Hellmanns Product, 16.5 oz.+ .60 (10-25-09)
Knorr Rice and Pasta .60/2 (9/27/09)
Lever 2000 bar, multipack 6-bar+ $1.50 (9-27-09)
Lipton Tea Bags, Lipton To Go or any Iced Tea Mix, any .75/2 (10-25-09)
LOreal Cleanser, any $1 (10-25-09)
LOreal Colour Riche or Lip Product, any $1 (10-25-09)
LOreal Haircolor, any $3 (10-25-09)
LOreal Makeup, Powder, Blush, Bronzer or Concealer, any $2 (10-25-09)
LOreal Moisturizer or Treatment, any $1 (10-25-09)
Maybelline Eye Shadow or Eyeliner $1 (8-31-09)
Maybelline Mascara, any $1 (8-31-09)
Oral-B Advantage Plus Toothbrush FREE up to $3.44 wyb both Crest And Scope, (9/30/09) (TARGET)
Osteo-Bi-Flex Product, any $6 (9-15-09)
Pedigree Dentastix Treats for Dogs $1 (9/27/09)
Pedigree Marrobone Treats for Dogs $1 (9/27/09)
Promise Activ Spread, any $1 (10-24-09)
Q-tips Cotton Swabs, 170 ct+ .30 (10/25/09)
Ragu .60/2 (9/27/09)
Sally Hansen LaCross Beauty Tool, any $1 (9-30-09)
Sally Hansen Nail Color, any $1 (9-30-09)
Sally Hansen Nail Treatment, any $1 (9-30-09)
Scotch Fur Fighter Hair Remover Refill $1 (9/30/09)
Scotch Fur Fighter Hair Remover Starter Kit $5 (9/30/09)
Skippy Peanut Butter, 15 oz+ .60 (9/27/09)
Smooth Away or Smooth Away Vibe $1 (10/30/09)
Snickers, Twix, Milky Way, 3 Musketeer , etc. Singles bar, 1.16 oz - 2.13 oz, B1G1F up to $1.29 (8-30-09) (TARGET)
Suave Body Lotion, 18 oz+ $1 (10/25/09)
Suave Body Wash .75 (10/25/09)
Suave Deodorant .75/2 (10/25/09)
Suave Shampoo, Conditioner, Hairspray or Styling Product $1 on 2 (10/25/09)
Temptations All Natural or Indoor Treats for Cats $1 on 2 (9/12/09)
Temptations Treats for Cats $1 on 2 (9/12/09)
Toys R Us / NFLShop.com Gift Certificate (mail-in) (8-15-09)
Vaseline Lotion, 200 ml+ .50 (9/27/09)
Vaseline Men Lotion .50 (9/27/09)
Wish Bone Bountifuls Dressings, 9.5 oz, Western Dressings, 16 oz.+ or Salad Spritzers,7oz $1.25 on 2 (10/24/09)
Zephyrhills Natural Spring Water .5-Liter 6- or 12-packs $1 on 2 (10-13-09)
Zephyrhills Natural Spring Water 8 oz 12 -packs, 8 oz with Fluoride or Aquapod 8-packs $1 on 2 (10-13-09)

Keebler and/or Sunshine Multi-Packs,11.52 oz+ $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Keebler Cookies, 8.5 oz+ $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Keebler Sandwich Crackers, 8 ct+ $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Kelloggs All-Bran Cereals, 11.4 oz+ $1 on 2 (9/13/09)
Kelloggs Corn Flakes, Jumbo Krispies, Mini-Wheats Little Bites, 11.2 oz+ $1 on 2 (9/13/09)
Kelloggs Eggo Frozen Products, 4 ct+ $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Kelloggs Frosted Flakes, Gold, Fruit Loops, Apple Jacks, Cocoa Krispies, Pops 10 oz+ $1 on 2 (9/13/09)
Kelloggs Fruit Flavored Snacks, 6 ct+ $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Kelloggs Mini-Wheats ,14 oz+ $1 on 2 (9/13/09)
Kelloggs Nutri-Grain Cereal Bars, 8 ct+ $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Kelloggs or Keebler Products Fuel for School Rebate, buy 10 get $10 rebate (mail-in) (9/30/09)
Kelloggs Pop-Tarts, 8ct+ $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Kelloggs Pop-Tarts Blueberry Muffin and/or Chocolate Banana Split, 8ct+ $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Kelloggs Raisin Bran Crunch, Raisin Bran Extra and/or Kelloggs Raisin Bran, 14 oz+ $1 on 2 (9/13/09)
Kelloggs Rice Krispies Treats, 8 ct+ $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Kelloggs Special K Cereals, 11.4 oz+ $1 on 2 (9/13/09)
Kelloggs Special K Protein Products, 4 ct+ $1 on 2 (9/27/09)
Morning Star Veggie Foods Products $1 on 2 (9/27/09)

Always Infinity, 14ct+ $1 (8/31/09)
Always Pad, Clean or Feminine Cleansing Cloth .50 (8/31/09)
Always Pantiliner, 34ct+ .50 (8/31/09)
Bounce Dryer Bar $1 (8/31/09)
Bounce Dryer Sheets .50 (8/31/09)
Bounty Towels or Napkins .25 (8/31/09)
Charmin .25 (8/31/09)
Clearblue Easy Ovulation Test $3 (8/31/09)
Clearblue Easy Pregnancy Test $1 (8/31/09)
Clairol Natural Instincts Hair Color $4 (8/31/09)
Crest Glide floss 35M+ or Glide Picks 30 ct.+ .75 (8-31-09)
Crest Premium Toothpaste, 4.2oz+ .75 (8/31/09)
Crest Rinse ,440mL+ .75 (8/31/09)
Crest Toothpaste, 4.2oz+ 50 (8/31/09)
Crest Whitestrips Advanced Seal, 14ct, Premium, ProEffects, etc. $5 (8/31/09)
Crest Whitestrips Classic $3 (8/31/09)
Daisy 10ct, 12ct or Daisy3 4ct, Venus Disposable 2ct or 3ct, Mach3 Disposable 3ct, Sensor3 4ct, etc. $2 (8/31/09)
Dawn .25 (8/31/09)
Dawn Plus . 50 (8/31/09)
Downy Liquid or Sheets .50 (8/31/09)
Duracell CopperTop, PowerPix. Ultra Digital. or Ultra Photo Lithium Batteries .75 (8/31/09)
Duracell Rechargeable Product or Daylite Flashlight $2 (8/31/09)
Duracell Ultra Advanced or Ultra Digital AA or AAA $1 (8/31/09)
Fixodent Adhesive, 1.2oz+ .50 (8/31/09)
Gillette Body Wash FREE wyb Gillette Fusion Razor (8/31/09)
Gillette Clinical Strength $1 (9/30/09)
Gillette Clinical Strength AND Secret Clinical Strength $4 (9/30/09)
Gillette Fusion Cartridge Pack, 6ct+ $4 (8/31/09)
Gillette Shampoo FREE wyb Gillette Fusion Razor (8/31/09)
Head & Shoulders Shampoo or Conditioner $1 (8/31/09)
Iams Dog or Cat Cans $1/1 Variety or Multi pack or 4 cans (8-31-09)
Iams Dry Dog or Cat Food Bag $1 (8/31/09)
Metamucil Psyllium or Clear & Natural NonPsyllium Product $1 (8/31/09)
Olay Bar Pack, Body Wash or InShower Body Lotion $1 (8/31/09)
Olay Facial Moisturizer or Facial Cleanser $1 (8/31/09)
Olay Hand & Body Lotion, excludes 30mL $1 (8/31/09)
Olay Professional ProX Product $5 (8/31/09)
Olay Ribbons Body Wash $1 (8/31/09)
Old Spice Antiperspirant/deodorant or Body Wash $1 on 2 (9/30/09)
Old Spice Body Spray FREE up to $2.99 wyb any (3) Old Spice Deodorant or Body Wash (9/30/09)
OralB Pulsar, Cross Action, Advantage .50/1 or two Indicator Toothbrushes (8/31/09)
OralB Refill Brush Heads, 3ct+ $1 (8/31/09)
OralB Stages or Zooth Manual or Power Toothbrush .50 (8/31/09)
OralB Stages, Zooth, or Kids Toothpaste . 50 (8/31/09)
OralB Vitality, Pulsonic, ProfessionalCare, or Sonic Complete Rechargeable Toothbrush $3 (8/31/09)
Pampers Diapers or Pants $1 (8/31/09)
Pampers Easy Ups Trainers $1.50 (8/31/09)
Pampers Sensitive ThickCare Wipes Tub 60ct FREE wyb any Box of Pampers Swaddlers, etc. Diapers (8/31/09)
Pantene Products $1 on 2 (8/31/09)
Pantene Styling Products $1 (8/31/09)
Prilosec OTC $1 (8/31/09)
Pringles Cans, 180g+ $1 on 2 (8/31/09)
Pringles Fat Free cans, 165g+ .50/2 (8/31/09)
Pringles Snack Stacks, Stix, Minis, or Bold Bites .50 (8/31/09)
Puffs .25/3 Single Boxes OR one 3pk (8/31/09)
SatinCare Shave Gel .55 (8/31/09)
Scope, 473mL+ .75 (8/31/09)
Secret Clinical Strength $1 (9/30/09)
Swiffer Starter Kit $2 (8/31/09)
Tag Invisible Solid or Body Spray $2 (9/30/09)
Tampax, 18ct+ .50 (8/31/09)
Tide Detergent or Tide to Go $1 (8/31/09)
Tide Stain Release Product .75 (8/31/09)
Venus Disposables 6ct, Mach3 Disposables 6ct, Sensor3 8ct or CustomPlus3 8ct $3 Venus Embrace, etc. $3 (8/31/09)
Venus Embrace or Venus Breeze Family Razor $2 (8/31/09)
Venus Embrace or Breeze Family 6-ct. or 8-ct. Cartridges $3 (8-31-09)