It's Fall, so it's time for some comfort food! Download a couple of
free ecookbooks. The Fall Favorites eCookbook has 42 pages of
recipes including: Beefy Barley, Au Gratin Potatoes, Pizza
Casserole, Cranberry Cobbler, Apple Dumplings, Beefy Onion Soup,
Apple Glazed Chicken and more. If you love soups and stews, there's
one for you too. 38 Soups and Stews Recipes includes: chicken
soup recipes, vegetable soup recipes, slow cooker soup recipes,
hearty stews and more. Enter your email to access the ecookbooks
(Tip: I save my ecookbooks to a folder on my
desktop for easy access).
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Are you ready for the weekly freebie list? First, there's a
couple of freebie offers from previous posts that are about to
expire I'd like to remind everyone of. First, you have until
August 31st to get the kids (K-6th grade) a free haircut at JCPenney. All their salons in the USA
are offering the freebie. Appointments are required. Free
Summer Plays at the Disney Store ends August 26th.
If you're big on saving money (and hey, you wouldn't be reading this blog if you weren't), you're probably a regular viewer of TLC's Extreme Couponing. We're fascinated with the show as well and have written a number of posts about the realities of extreme couponing, extreme couponing fraud and lawsuits and the backlash that's resulted from the show.
We've also posted about the beneficial aspect of the extreme couponing trend: the charitable giving that many of these couponers do with their bounty of products obtained at deep discount. It should be noted that the TV show is purposely "extreme" (as its name suggests) and these shopping hauls of 200 cups of yogurt and 87 tubes of toothpaste costing a mere 27 cents are not everyday occurrences. But you can achieve significant savings on groceries, personal care items and other household staples by employing some savvy strategies.
We've rounded up a list of 45 extreme couponing tips from our Savings.com DealPros to help you save money:
At MTV's VMAs last Sunday, Beyonce slyly announced her pregnancy by unbuttoning her jacket and rubbing her noticeably enlarged belly. Given that Beyonce and husband Jay-z ranked number two on Forbe's list of World's Highest Paid Celebrity Couples, they won't be worrying about hand-me-downs or diaper deals for their progeny.
For those of us in the real world, however, pregnancy can be a financial strain even while being a joyful event. As such, we've dug into the Blog & Save archives to bring you expert advice on how to save money during your pregnancy.
It happens to me all the time. I'm running around all day and next thing I know the sun is down and I need to be ready for a dinner date or a night out on the town. The makeup I applied in the morning has melted or faded and I don't have time to head home clean up and reapply my makeup all over again.
I'm sure all you ladies have had one of those days where you needed a refreshed evening look after a long day at work or school. With just a few essentials, here's how you can save time (and stress) and transform your day makeup to night: