After three kids, I have many hours spent hunting bargains for b... moreAfter three kids, I have many hours spent hunting bargains for baby and children's items. These are not hard to find if you know where to look for the best stuff at lower prices.
Where do you find the best baby bargains?
Read more about frugality and babies:
Baby on a budgethttp://www.stretcher.com/stories/990830h.cfm?FPFri
7 ways to save on baby costshttp://www.bankrate.com/finance/personal-finance/7-tips-to-save-on-baby-costs-1.aspx
I have signed up fore Consumer Cellular, $14/month. I haven't go... moreI have signed up fore Consumer Cellular, $14/month. I haven't gotten it working yet. I asks if you have/want a Google account - is this advisable, and it is good to have an alternate email address besides your private one? Also, should I make the new phone number my own at home, or different?
Winter storms here, power outages, wires down, no heat or water,... moreWinter storms here, power outages, wires down, no heat or water, roads impassible. Also occasional tornados in this area and flash flooding, which caused serious damage last year. Cell phone, yes, all the Bean sleeping bags out, heavy boots and winter wear out, too, flashlights ready.
Realized the bag of peaches I got at the market yesterday was bi... moreRealized the bag of peaches I got at the market yesterday was bigger than I thought! Plus, the peaches are dead ripe, so since we're going out of town Saturday, I decided to turn most of them into peach jam for the pantry! Luckily I had some new jars in the garage from last summer, so no extra money out for canning supplies. Made a simple, pectin-free peach jam with some sugar and juice from a few old limes in the crisper. Got 3 jars out of the lot, which will make up for the 3 we used this week!
Soaked and slowly dehydrating the rest of a jar of almonds for another round of trail mix for DH. That will dehydrate overnight and be nice and crisp in the morning.
Used up 3 cans of tuna fish and the rest of a jar of mayo to make a batch of tuna salad. Threw in a few stalks of celery, some shredded carrots, dill relish, and the rest of a jar of brown mustard for some zip. I'll take that for lunch tomorrow and DH will probably want to snack on it with some tortilla chips... less
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Sooner or later just about everything goes on sale. Knowing when items are at their lowest prices and buying them before you need them is a shopping technique that can save you hundreds of dollars every year on all kinds of items from groceries to gifts!
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