Feeling so stressed out all the time renders me static. Unable to move forward or backward, unable to make a decision, a choice, or even a sandwich. So, like any child of the 70's (!?!??!) I turn to the internet to distract me from everything and give my mind a rest from trying to work everything out all at once.
I have found that Jenny Lawson The Bloggess and her giant metal chicken can make me forget my woes.
Love, love, love Stephanie O'Dae's crockpot cooking
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Not sure how many of my fellow villagers are reading the Sookie series.... and I was loooooving it up til now..... maybe I'm too hard to please,
This is my second week in a row to score a couple of good deals at the stores. I collect coupons and then get cheaper during my lunch on Monday.
Today, I went to Dillon's and purchased a box of Fiber One Bars. They were on sale for $2.79 and I had a $0.40 off double coupon. So, my total after tax was $2.16. Not bad...
Next, I went to Walgreen's and got 2 deodorants, they were on sale 2/$5.00 plus get a $3.00 Register Reward. So, I paid $5.00 plus tax and got $3.00
-put Christmas linens box downstairs
-'find' more of the counter
-evaluate and toss stuff from work
-clear table of canning supplies and random purse clean-outs
-set table to actually eat there
-rotate items upstairs
-last of beans
Updated 08-14-2011 at 07:17 AM by NicJean
(forgot to vaccuum, didn't wanna remember)
I am looking over the budget that me and my df made for when we get married and join checking accounts. So far, it is in balance with $1.38 leftover each month. We do have some expenses that aren't included and I'm not sure what to change as the expenses aren't reoccuring expenses. One is school books and the other is school tuition. Df is attending college and his employer will pay for up to $7,000 in tuition per year. All he pays for is extra costs and books. So far, books have been pretty