I found little house on the prairie books for $.25 each at the Salvation Army. I hope one of the grand kids love them. I think I might reread The Long Winter myself!
Came back from vacation to a stack of bills all at once and got busy paying them. Two days later I noticed we were billed on our credit card for something I just payed through the mail. Called them up and they will send my check back to me. I saved $45.00.
I ran out of the dry cloths for my swiffer and decided to use an old wash cloth. Works great and I'll probably never use the ones you buy again.
I used some ground up oatmeal to stretch the hamburger meat and also an egg. Not sure I needed the egg so next time I'll try it without. No one seemed to notice the difference in the spaghetti and it seemed to double the amount of hamburger. So, today the rest of the hamburger goes in to the chili.
I poured our shelf stable milk into the gallon of milk in the fridge. It feels good to use it up (I hope he doesn't notice that his gallon of milk is fuller than before)! Thanks Kay for the idea (to use my shelf stable milk).
I got under the bed this morning and rotated all the canned goods by date. I'll be using some of them up very soon.
Keep on with the healthier diet- I've not been perfect but overall not too bad. I need to get back to that goal of exercising though now that everything is unpacked and put away.
I found a great deal on chicken last week grocery shopping. I did go over a little bit but I'm taking it out of this week's grocery shopping total.
How did you save this past week?
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