Good Morning! Let me say, it has been a super busy few days. Have you ever tried to introduce a pig to goat? Well, it is pretty easy… Jafar and Mrs. Pigglesworth, our newest addition to our little homestead, have hit it off great. We will be separating them this weekend though.
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Summer is quickly approaching and you know what that means… Grass stains, and in my family, it means a LOT of grass stains! We live on a small farm, so grass and dirt and who knows what else create hard to remove stains in their clothes (and mine). Let's face it, clothes are getting more and more expensive, so I try to extend the life of my kids clothes as much as I can. I can't just lock them up for the summer, so my goal for this year was to find a great detergant booster to help eliminate those tuff summer stains.
So, I was super excited when I found out about Biz! And even better? They are offering a $1 Biz coupon! So not only can I help extend the life of our clothes, I don't have to break my budget to do it!
An added bonus? I don't have to spend extra time in the laundry room treating, and scrubbing, and pre soaking all of those stained up clothes, which means I cans spend more time doing the things I love… Making more stains outisde in the garden with the kids!
Now if I could only find a detergeant that will fold and put away my laundry! =)
So, let us know what is your least favorite thing about laundry? Folding? Putting it away? Finding those elusive missing socks?
So I headed over to Walmart today because I need milk and wanted to scope out some prices for some of the coupons that came out today.
Can I say the price of milk sucks! I am kinda glad The Boy has dairy allergies, because it seems his soy milk is sooo much more cheaper, and I can actually get coupons for it! Maybe I will buy a cow! I don’t think Mr. Always would be to happy though..lol I’m still trying to convince him to let me get a pig. My idea of playing real life Angry Birds kinda has him interested..lol
*I would never actually do that… but the thought makes me giggle.
Ok… Walmart tip..
Simple trip, but expensive!
Milk – $4.39
Yup, that is it.. simple right? I need to figure out a milk alternative, because everything I have read… It’s only going to get WORSE! That is 1/4 of my weekly budget!
What is the price of milk in your area?
Left for the week: $15.61
I am SOOOO Happy! Ibotta has added 7 more retailers to include The Commissary AND Harris Teeter! WOOT WOOT!
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My FAVORITE PART? You can STACK these with paper coupons for even MORE savings!
What is Ibotta?
It is basically a FREE app that offers virtual coupons! You choose the offers you want, buy them, snap a picture of your receipt, and get paid via PayPal the same day!
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How to get the most out of Ibotta:
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