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Chasing Away The Winter Blues

I don't know about you all, but I am done with winter! I am so happy the sun has shined here for the last two days, but it has given me spring fever..... BAD! So I've been putting away the winter colors and bringing out the spring. One of my favorite ways to bring spring to the main area of our home is to redo my table.

Yellow is always a great spring color! Here's what I did...

A lighter table cloth would be more spring-y, until I "find" one, this will have to do. Everything was items I already had on hand (most came from thrift stores or gleened from the trash), so it was easy on my budget. Fresh cut flowers that fill the room with their wonderful scent always helps my mood also.

So do tell, what do you do to chase away the winter blues? Do you change certain decor in your home from season to season?

I'm off to iron that table cloth!


Have you earned your Mega Swag Bucks today?

On Mega Swag Bucks Friday you can earn 3 to 100 swagbucks for just one search! Make sure you get your searches in today!!

You're not signed up? What are you waiting for? Just click the pic on the Swag Buck banner found in the right sidebar and sign up. It's quick, easy and best of all you will earn FREE prizes. My favorite is the Amazon gift cards.

Here's a screen shot of some of my cards I've already used:

Not bad payoff for just using their search engine! There's no confusing rules, just search!

Once you sign up, then refer your friends and you'll earn a swagbuck every time they do, up to the first 100 swagbucks! How easy is that?


Walgreens Trip Today

I had an $8 register reward that was expiring today. Here's how I used it:

Gillette Embrace Razor $8.99
Olay Body Wash $4.79
Olay Body Wash $4.79
Herbal Essence Shampoo $3.33
Herbal Essence Hair Spray $3.34
Total $25.24

Coupons Used:
Gillette Razor $2/1 (PG 2/7) -2.00
Olay Body Wash FREE when you buy Venus Embrace Razor (PG 2/7) -4.79
Olay Body Wash (store special-buy one get second 50% off) -2.40
Herbal Essence Shampoo FREE (PG home mailer from becoming a Facebook Fan)-3.33
Herbal Essence Styling Product FREE wyb Shampoo (PG 2/7) -3.34
Register Reward from Blink Tears -8.00
Total -$23.86

Total OOP (used gift card I received) $1.48

Received $4 register reward from razor to use in future.

I spent $8 rr and $1.48 oop, received $4 rr back making this trip's actual cost $5.48 for $25+ worth of merchandise. I was out of hairspray and getting low on shampoo and razors. It was a trip well worth it for me.


Decorating your home with trash

Decorating your home on a tight budget can still be rewarding and fun and best of all FREE!

Check out my latest finds from the trash. It amazes me what some people throw away!

This candelabra will be going in my foyer where the rest of my accents are black. I bought a bag of 12 tea lights for $1 at the Dollar Tree store.

When I seen this piece I snatched it up before my friend could grab it. It can be used two different ways. You can sit it on the floor, say for a fireplace screen or can be hung on the wall.

Then after getting it home I thought "I need 8 votive cups and candles for that sucker! I knew I could pick up a box of 4 candles for $1, but I didnt want to spend $1 a piece on the votive cups. So I hung it in the garage and have been keeping my eye out for some cheap votives.

I seen a garage sale and stopped by and guess what I found for .10 each? The gal had about 50 of them from her wedding reception she was getting rid of! So for a total of $2.80 I now have a candle screen for my fireplace.

Trash finds like this make me so happy! And hubby found a WONDERFUL piece yesterday for me that I can't wait to show you too. Spring is around the corner and people will be cleaning out basements, garages, and attics. I can't wait.

So tell me about your latest trash, thrift store, flea/antique market or garage/rummage sale finds.


Suggestions & Ideas Wanted

I need some suggestions and ideas on how to repurpose this entertainment center.

I've had it sitting in the garage since I removed it from kiddo's bedroom two or three months ago. Hubby is tired of it being there and wants to throw it on the burn pile!

I was wanting to repurpose it for my studio/craft/sewing room that I am redoing.

Have any of you seen any ideas on the internet? The only thing I can find is how to make it into a kid's play kitchen.

I need some ideas and photos for inspiration before he makes me burn it!

Waiting for Spring!

There's nothing that can spark spring fever and brighten a cold dreary day like a bouquet of fresh cut flowers with their wonderful aroma!

This bouquet is compliments of my wonderful hubby for Valentine's Day. Thanks honey, you're the greatest!


My Valentine Gift For Hubby

Last week when I posted my frugal Valentine ideas I mentioned making a Love Box. I wanted to do one of those for my hubby and I finished it today.

I started with this plastic heart box I bought for $1 at the Dollar General store.

I collected my tokens to fill the box.

Then I typed out what each stood for and placed it in the lid.

Next came dressing the box up a little using the hot glue gun, lace and a valentine left over from kiddo's.

Love the purple and pink ribbon around the bottom!

This was a fun project and I'm sure hubby will love it!

Aren't these the cutest?

Kiddo made them at school yesterday.

I've seen the paint can projects and never thought about using a smaller can.

I havnt been allowed to open mine yet. I asked him what was in them and he said chocolate kisses and a valentine note. He also told me that the cans had been opened from the bottom to preserve the pull top.

So I went searching and found this project page. {CLICK HERE} Looks pretty simple and quick!


Frugal Heart Candy Cane Suckers

I was visiting Amy at The Idea Room and she had made the cutest heart suckers for Valentine's Day out of left over Christmas mini candy canes. You can check out her instructions HERE.

I decided since I had a box of them left over I would make some too. BUT I had no sucker/lollipop sticks! Living in a rural area and not wanting to make a 50 mile round trip to buy any I started racking my brain what I could use instead.

This is what I came up with...

I had a package of bamboo forks and wood skewers. I settled on the skewers cutting each one into 3 pieces. It worked like a charm! I saved the $3 for the sticks and 50 miles of gas.

My boys like milk chocolate so I used some chips I had in the freezer. It didnt take many to make a dozen suckers. I also didnt have any of the nonpareils so I sprinkled mine with red sugar that was leftover from last year.

Then I wrapped them using some valentine heart sandwich baggies I had on hand (bought for $1) and used some red string from my craft stash.

It was a fun morning using only items I had on hand making it a very frugal project. Kiddo immediately asked if he could have one when he came in from school.


Time To Pay It Forward

Back in October I received a package in the mail from my friend Annie from Real Life Living. Annie blogs about keeping life real, taking care of her husband and daughter, cooking and crafting.

A while back, Annie participated in a Pay It Forward Meme, offering to send a specialized homemade gift to the first three people who responded to her post and asked for one. Of course, I jumped all over that!

Here's what she sent: A crocheted shower back washer & soap buddie made from really soft yearn. And since I dont crochet well, I loved them all and couldn't wait to use them!

Now it's my turn to Pay It Forward! I'm a little late getting this out there (sorry Annie) but felt people were too busy with the holidays to participate.

Here's How It Works:

The first three people to comment on this post (and this post only) will receive a handmade item from me within three months, completely free of charge. Be sure to leave me your email address so I can contact you. I have some great readers and this is a way for me to reward some of you. You don't get a set date, but just know that some day within the next three months, you'll receive a surprise package in the mail from me.

Then you agree to Pay It Forward yourself by sending a gift to the first three people who respond to your post. The gifts should be handmade by you for that person. There are so many options such as a gift from your kitchen, knitting, crocheting, sewing, scrapboooking, something from your computer, etc.

So, who's in? I'm feeling crafty today!


Meal Plan Monday

If you would like to join in on Organizing Junkie's Meal Plan Monday's, check out her site. There are lots of great cooks that link their weekly menus there and share their recipes. There is something for any kind of diet!

Monday Goulash

Tuesday Crockpot Swiss Chicken Casserole

Wednesday My "Not so fancy" Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green beans

Thursday Pancakes & Sausage

Friday Southern Smothered Cube Steak, Baked Potato, Corn

Saturday Crockpot Roast, potatoes & Carrots

Valentine's Day Oyster Stew, salad and french bread


They're doing it again. Tuesday, February 9, 2010, 6am-2pm, everyone can get a FREE Grand Slam breakfast



Lookie Lookie what I found at a local Caseys store! ANOTHER Coors rebate. See the department number 100840? Other rebaters say that as long as the department number is different it's considered a different rebate and you can and will get paid for them. Check out the next rebate Jamie from I Am A Money Magnet found!

Here is the $10 rebate that Jamie from I Am A Money Magnet found at her Wal-Mart. I havn't found this one yet. I still need to check my Wal-Mart.

The following two rebates are from the online forms you can print by clicking HERE.

So that is (2) $10 rebates and (2) $7.50 rebates. That's racking up some serious mulah people!

Please let me know if you find any that are different from these and where you found them.


CVS Nivea Money Maker

CVS has some really great deals this coming week (2/7-2/13). This is one I hope I will receive coupons for tomorrow.

Buy $10 Nivea Products receive $5 ECB

(4) Nivea Lip Products $2.99 ea (be sure to check your price first, some say they are as high as $3.99 each)
(2) B1G1 Nivea Lip RP 2/7
(2) -$1 off Nivea RP 2/7
Total Due: $3.98
Get Back: $5 ECB

For more hot deals like this one, check out Southern Savers. She does a great job telling you all the transactions you should do and in what order to maximize your ECB's. She even has it set up so you can print the list! It's a really great site so be sure to go over there and check out the other 5 deals she has posted for CVS shopping this week.

Coupon Preview-4 Inserts This Week


Affresh Washer Cleaning Tablets $1 (3-21-10)
Air Wick Freshmatic Compact I-Motion Starter Kit $4 (3-21-10)
Air Wick Freshmatic Ultra I-Motion $5 (3-21-10)
Air Wick Scented Oil I-Motion Starter Kit $4 (3-21-10)
Air wick Scented Oil Twin Pack $1/1 or 2 single refills (3-21-10)
Almay Cosmetic Product $2
Bausch & Lomb Soothe or Soothe XP Product $3 (4-30-10)
Bird Eye Steamfresh Vegetables, Rice or Pasta .50 (3-7-10)
Bird Eye Vegetables, excludes Steamfresh .50 (3-7-10)
Butterbowl Boneless Turkey Breast in Cooking Pan $1.50 (4-30-30)
Cold Stone Signature Cake $3
Cold Stone 2 like it size create your own (icecream+ 1 mix-in) for $5.00
Cold Stone cupcakes, 6 pack B1G1F up to $6.99
Cuties CA Mandarins, 5 lb $1 (3-13-10)
Cuties, 3lb bag .55 (3-13-10)
Deli Cuts, 12oz or 16 oz $1 (4-30-10)
Finish Powder or Gel .25 (3-7-10)
Finish Quantum Powerball Tabs, or Gel Pacs $1 (3 (3-7-10)
Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper, or Chicken Helper .75/3 (4-3-10)
Healthy Life Bread, Buns, Bagels, or English muffins .35 (4-30-10)
Hersheys Bliss Chocolates, 8.6oz or + $1 (3-13-10)
Hormel Always Tender Product $1 (4-5-10)
Hormel Compleats Microwave Meals .55 (4-5-10)
Hormel Natural Choice Deli Sandwich Meats .55 (4-5-10)
Hormel Refrigerated Entrée $1 (4-5-10)
Lysol All Purpose Cleaner Pourable .50 (5-8-10)
Lysol All Purpose Cleaner Trigger, Plus Bleach or Antibacterial Kitchen Cleaner .50 (5-8-10)
Lysol Bathroom Cleaner or Mildew Remover .50 (5-8-10)
Lysol Disinfectant Spray, 12 oz or + $1 (5-8-10)
Lysol Disinfectant Wipes $1 on 2 (5-8-10)
Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner .50 (5-8-10)
Nutripals, 4 pack $3 (3-31-10)
Pillsbury JR Biscuit .35/3 (5-1-10)
Prevacid 24 hr Product $2 (3-27-10)
Schiff Megared $3 (4-30-10)
Sea Pack Shrimp $1 (3-31-10)
Sucrets Product $1 (5-31-10)
Trojan 2GO Condom Card $1 (5-7-10)
Trojan Condom Product,10 ct or + $2 (5-7-10)
Whitecloud Bathroom Tissue, or Paper Towel Product $1 (4-7-10)

Abreva Product $3 (8-15-10)
Crest Pro Health Toothpaste ,4.2 oz or Crest Pro Health Rinse or Glide Floss $1.50 on 2 (4-4-10)
Earthgrains Product .55 (3-31-10)
Mahatma or Water Maid Rice .50 (5-31-10)
Mahatmaa Rice Mixes .75/2 (5-31-10)
Millstone Coffee half lb or prepack 10 oz or + $2 (4-30-10)
Nivea Product $1 (3-31-10)
Nivea Body Wash $1 (3-31-10)
Nivea Lip Care Product, .17 oz or 0.35 fl B1G1F (3-7-10)
Oral-B Pro-Health Manual Toothbrush $1 (4-34-10) (TARGET)
Quaker Old Fashioned or Quick Oats, 18 oz or + .50 (3-31-10)
Quaker Instant Oatmeal $1 (3-31-10)

General Mills
Betty Crocker Cookie Mix, 17.5 oz+ .40 (4/3/10)
Betty Crocker Frosting Tub .50 (4/3/10)
Betty Crocker Box Supreme Brownie Mixes .75/2 (4/3/10)
Chex Mix Bars .50/1 box (4/3/10)
General Mills Cereals $1 on 3 (3/20/10)
Green Giant Frozen Boxed Vegetables .60/3 (4-3-10)
Green Giant Just for One Vegetables .50 (4/3/10)
Nature Valley Granola Bars .70/2 (4/30/10)
Nature Valley Sweet & Salty Nut Granola Bars .50 (4/3/10)
Pillsbury Grands Biscuits, Cinnamon Rolls or Mini Cinnamon Rolls .75/2 (4/1/10)
Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries .55/2 (5/1/10)
Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or Grands Sweet Rolls .40/2 (5/1/10)
Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough $1 on 2 (5/1/10)
Progresso Soups .50/2 (4/3/10)
Progresso Light Soup .25 (4/3/10)
Yoplait Frozen Smoothie $1 (4/3/10)
Yoplait Yogurt Cups .40/6 (4/3/10)
Yoplait Go-Gurt, Trix Multipack Yogurt .75/2 (4/3/10)
Yoplait Go-Gurt, Kids Cut, Kids Yogurt Drink Trix Multipack Yogurt .35 (4/3/10)
YoPlus or YoPlus Light, 4 pack $1 (4/3/10)

Align $5 (3/31/10)
Bounty Towel or Napkin .25 (3/31/10)
Charmin .25 (3/31/10)
CoverGirl Face Product B1G1F (3/31/10)
CoverGirl Product, any $1 (3/31/10)
Cover Girl $2.50 on 2 (3/31/10) .15 each
Crest Whitestrips Premium, Pro, Daily Whitening, Daily Whitening + Tartar excludes Classic $7 (3/31/10)
Crest Whitestrips Advanced Seal, 14 ct. or Crest 3D $10 (3/31/10)
Crest Rinse, 440ml+ $2 (3/31/10)
Crest Glide Floss, 35m+ or Glide Floss Picks, 20 ct.+ .75 (3/31/10)

Crest Toothpaste, 4 oz+ or Liquid Gel .75 (3/31/10)
Downy Liquid $1 (3/31/10)
Downy Sheets .50 (3/31/10)
Duracell Coppertop, 6 pack+ $1 (3/31/10)
Duracell Ultra Advanced ,6 pack+ $1.50 (3/31/10)
Febreze $1 (3/31/10)
Febreze Refill Free wyb Flameless Luminary Starter Kit (3/31/10)
Febreze Flameless Luminary Refill $1 (3/31/10)
Fixodent .50 (3/31/10)
Gain Detergent .50 (3/31/10)
Gillette Fusion Razor $4 (3/31/10)
Gillette Fusion Pre-Post Shave Product $1 (3/31/10)
Gillette Anti-Perspirant/Deodorant B1G1F (3/31/10)
Gillette Body Wash, 12 oz+ $2 (3/31/10)
Herbal Essences Styling Product FREE wyb any H. Essences Shampoo, Conditioner, or Styling Product (3/31/10)

Iams Dog Food, 6 cans or Iams Cat Food, 10 cans or 1 multi-pack or 1 variety pack $3 (3/31/10)
Iams Dry Dog or Dry Cat Food $1 (3/31/10)
Joy .30 (3/31/10)
Metamucil $3 (3/31/10)
Metamucil Fiber Singles, Capsules, or Wafers $3 (3/31/10)
Nice n Easy Hair Color $1 (3/31/10)
Olay Regenerist Facial Moisturizer $3 (3/31/10)
Olay Quench Body Lotion FREE wyb Olay Pro-X Product (3/31/10)
Olay Body Wash FREE wyb Venus Embrace or Venus Breeze Razor (3/31/10)
Old Spice Anti-Perspirant Deodorant or Body Wash $1 on 2 (3/31/10)
Old Spice Pro Strength $4 on 2 (3/31/10)
Oral-B Pulsar, Cross Action, Advantage Toothbrush .75/1 or two Indicator (3/31/10)
Oral-B Stages, Zooth or Kids Crest Manual Toothbrush .50 (3/31/10)
Oral B Stages, Zooth or Kids Crest Toothpaste or Liquid Gel .50 (3/31/10)
Oral B Stages or Zooth Power Toothbrush $1 (3/31/10)
Pampers Extra Protection Diapers $1.50 (3/31/10)
Pampers Diapers or Pants $1.50 (3/31/10)
Pampers Easy Ups Trainers $1.50 (3/31/10)
Pampers Wipes, 60 ct+ .50 (3/31/10)
Pantene Products $2/2 (3/31/10)
Pantene Styler, Treatment or Hairspray $1 (3/31/10)
Perfect 10 Hair Color $5 (3/31/10)
Prilosec OTC $3 (3/31/10)
Puffs Free wyb 2 Vicks Products (3/31/10)
Satin Care Shave Gel .55 (3/31/10)
Scope Mouthwash, 710 ml $1 (3/31/10)
Swiffer Refill Free wyb Starter Kit (3/31/10)
Secret Deodorant FREE wyb Olay Pro-X Product (3/31/10)
Tide Detergent .35 (3/31/10)
Tide To Go Pen .35 (3/31/10)
Tide Stain Release Free wyb Tide Detergent, 75oz+ (3/31/10)
Tide Stain Release $1 (3/31/10)
Venus Embrace or Spa Breeze System Razor $2 (3/31/10)
Vicks NyQuil or DayQuil $1.50 (3/31/10)


Let Me Call You Sweetheart: Frugal Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be expensive. The more intimate, personal and from the heart a valentine gift is the longer it will be remembered. Keep in mind, the presentation of a gift is just as important as the gift itself.

· Get your card postmarked LOVELand, Colorado with a special hand-stamped unique four line poem. The Loveland Chamber of Commerce organizes this yearly romance project with cards going to all 50 states and over 100 foreign countries. Just enclose your pre-addressed, pre-stamped Valentine's card in a larger envelope and mail to: Postmaster, Attn: Valentines, Loveland CO 80537. DEADLINE: your card must reach them by February 9th. Read more HERE for details.

· Hand Write a Love letter-- Make it romantic, passionate and heartfelt. Relay your fondest memories of that person. Explain why you adore him/her. Keep your handwriting neat, use ink and special stationary. A love letter is a frugal gift in terms of price but that doesn't mean it should lack quality, dedication, and heart-felt intentions

· Love Coupon book- Use your computer and printer to make a special coupon book for hugs, kisses, massages, a favorite meal, etc.

· Message in a bottle- I’ve seen these at Walgreens and other stores. Why not make your own! Use a red sharpie to write on a piece cut from a brown paper bag. It could be a love letter or poem. Suggestion: {Name of your Love} My love for you is deeper than the ocean. {your name} or use this printable from LovingYou. Then, roll it up, tie it with a ribbon and place in a beer or wine bottle and cork the top. Tie a handmade tag addressed to the person around the neck of bottle.

· Send a dozen red kisses. Cut 12 squares from tissue wrapping paper. Put on some red or dark lipstick and plant a kiss on each piece.

· Make a music cd of songs that hold meaning to you and your love.

· Skip the inflated prices of dinner and go out for a dessert date.

· Make your own chocolates. Fudge, chocolate pudding, sweet salty chocolate brownies, chocolate peanut clusters, hot chocolate, chocolate cokes, chocolate dipped strawberries. You can even make your own truffles. Here’s a fun & simple recipe: Valentine Truffles

· No money for a dozen red roses? Make Your Own! Hershey Kiss roses

· Check your community calendars. Most communities will have free concerts on Valentine’s Day

· Love Box/Jar—Find an empty jar or box. Decorate with tissue paper, napkins or paint, ribbon and a personalized label. Fill with 50 reasons why you love your partner and what makes them wonderful written on slips of paper. Or fill the jar with objects that represent the many ways you love your honey. Here's some inspiration:
Skittles: You are the gold at the end of my rainbow.
Band-ade: Because I trust you to help heal all my wounds.
Cotton balls: to soften the rough times.
Toothpick: I wouldn't pick anyone else.
Rubber band: For how flexible and understanding you are.
Lucky penny: How lucky I was to find you.
Mirror: Because you help me see the real me.
Seeds: Because I look forward to growing old with you.
Chapstick: For all the making-out we haven't done yet.
Popcorn kernels: For how often you pop into my mind.
Polaroid of you laughing or with a huge smile: In case you need a reminder of how happy you make me.
Candle: You’re the light of my life
Stick of gum: for all the times you’ve stuck by me
Write out a list that includes a description of all the things in the jar. Roll it up and tie it to the jar with a ribbon.

Do you have a frugal Valentine's Day idea? I would love to hear them so leave me a comment and then hop on over to Momma D Jane to read what is going on for Valentine's Day at her place.

And if you would like to start at the begining of the bloghop so you don't miss any of the other blogs, START HERE with The Frugal House Wife

Walgreens .50 Club Crackers!

I know this may be a regional coupon but I found $1/1 Club Cracker coupons in my Parade Magazine this week. This magazine is a supplement to our metropolitan paper.

Walgreens has Club Crackers on sale 2/$5 and then you receive a $2 register reward.

So the final cost after using two of the $1 coupons will be .50 a box!

Walgreens Cheap Hasbro Card Games

There are several printable coupons on my coupon widget in the sidebar for Hasbro games. These card games can be found at Wal-Mart, Target and Walgreens.

The price for them at my Walgreens is $6.49. I'll be purchasing a few of them and pay the difference with Register Rewards making them FREE for me. These will come in handy for a small Valentine gift for my son, Easter gifts and Christmas stocking stuffers next year.

Hounding with Thrifty Puppy has Wal-Mart and Target prices listed on her blog. Go HERE for the details. Most are $5.24.

Thanks Thrifty Puppy!


Printable Coupon: BOGO Free Eggs 2/5

Become a Facebook Fan of Incredible Edible Egg and check in on 2/5 for a printable BOGO free coupon. This will be limited to the first 30,000!

Here's what they posted on their facebook page:
Hey egg fans! 30,000 coupons will be available via the “Free Eggs” tab this Friday, 2/5. Check back for the exact time to see what time to set your egg timers.

Thanks for the heads up I Am A Money Magnet

Become A Frugal Grocery Shopper

by Jenny's Mom

Is your pantry, 'fridge and freezer empty at the end of every week? Are you living paycheck-to-paycheck in grocery land?

Have you ever wondered why your favorite spaghetti sauce is $2.99 one week and then the very next week you see it's "on sale" for $2.49?

When you see the price drop that 50 cents that is the phantom sales price. The store knows that a certain number of people will fall for that ploy and buy it because they think they are saving money.

Patience is the name of the grocery game and you can save big bucks IF you get to know the sales cycles on your most bought items.

Come in a few weeks later and that $2.99 jar of spaghetti sauce is no longer $2.49, but is now at $1.99. This is the new lower phantom sales price… but it's not time to buy yet.

Wait longer (usually in the 10th-12th week) and it will probably hit the rock-bottom price of 2/$3 or even 10/$10 or .99 each. This is the rock-bottom price and you want to buy now.

When it hits rock-bottom price, use coupons and STOCK UP! Manufacturer coupons are free money! Expiration dates have a window of 4-12 weeks and that gives you plenty of time to wait out the sales cycles and you will be saving HUGE!

Learning the sales cycles (keep a price book) and adding coupons when rock-bottoms hit will slash your grocery budget and fill your pantry & freezer quickly.

Every time you reach for an item you have stockpiled at home you save money by not hopping in your car (less gas) and buying that item at the regular price or phantom price the store is hoping you will buy it at.


NEW Printable Coupons

It's the first of the month so the printable coupons have been reset. Check out the widgets in my sidebars.

If you see something you like, nows the time to print them. They don't last long.

There is several Hasbro & Playskool toy coupons.

$1.10/3 Progresso Soup
$1.00/2 Big G Cereals
.75/1 Cheerios
$1.00/1 Caribou Coffee
$1.00/2 Kraft Natural Cheese

Meal Plan Monday

If you would like to join in on Organizing Junkie's Meal Plan Monday's, check out her site. There are lots of great cooks that link their weekly menus there and share their recipes. There is something for any kind of diet!

Monday Cheeseburger Soup

Tuesday Chop Suey

Wednesday Pizza

Thursday Southern Smothered Cube Steak, Baked Potato, Corn

Friday Crock Pot Sweet & Sour Chicken Breasts

Saturday Leftovers

Sunday Roast