Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Tuesday Ten

This is a throwback to The Tightwad Gazette back when Amy wrote about saving $100 in one year.  A couple of them are outdated now, but I thought it would be fun to reread the list for inspiration

Ten Ways to Save $100 This Year:

1. Purchase 10 articles of clothing at thrift shops and yard sales this year instead of paying department store prices.
2. Hang four loads of laundry per week instead of using the dryer.

3. Once a month make a pizza from scratch instead of having one delivered.

4. Write a good letter instead of making a monthly long distance phone call.

5. Reduce your soda consumption by four cans per week.

6. Bake one batch of bread per week.

7. Save $50 each on two children’s birthday parties by making homemade decorations, cake, wrapping paper, and one present.

8. Reduce your smoking by three cigarettes per day (or give up smoking altogether and save even more).

9. Reduce your whole milk consumption by two gallons per week,
substituting dry milk in cooking, homemade cocoa mix, and in
half-and-half for drinking.

10. Pack four inexpensive school lunches per week.

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Monday, August 30, 2021

Meal Plan Monday

In no particular order, these are the meals I plan on making this week. As usual, we have plenty of salad and vegetables to serve with these meals. 

Fajita Baked Chicken
Salmon Patties
Chicken Fried Rice
Baked Potato Bar
Sticky Pineapple Chicken
Bean and Cheese Enchiladas
Grilled Chicken Salads

Come back on Friday if you're interested in reading which side dishes we chose for each meal. 

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Sunday, August 29, 2021

Frugal Friday on Sunday

Welcome to Sunday! 

Bailey and I went yard sailing early on Friday and Saturday, so my blog post is later than usual this week. She found some plants at two different yard sales and was so tickled to add them to her collection. If you follow her Instagram account you can often see her finds even before we get home. 

My Frugal Week

Bailey went to her monthly book club on Friday evening. The book they read this month was Rogue Wave. The lady hosting the book club likes to find food from the book to serve at the event. This month she brought roasted fruit and cupcakes, which Bailey brought home. 

Saving Money In My Frugal Kitchen

We used up every last bit of bread we had in the house. I even used up three hotdog buns to make into garlic bread. 

Meals This Week

Friday: Chicken Tacos, Lettuce, Tomato, Onions

Saturday:  Chicken Tacos, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Onions

Sunday: Grilled Chi ken, Grilled Squash, Salad

Monday: White Chicken Enchiladas, Stir Fry Vegetables

Tuesday: Baked Potatoes with all the fixings

Wednesday: Chicken Teriyaki, Rice & Vegetables

Thursday: Pork Chops, Sliced Tomatoes & Cucumbers, Salad, Potatoes, Peas

Friday: Chicken, Rice, Salad

Saturday: Pizza and Salad

Recipe of the Week

This is the recipe I made last week where I substituted the Taco Bell mild sauce for the salsa. What I did with the chicken was cut it up into bite size pieces and cooked it in my Instant Pot first and then assembled the rest of the casserole, so I only had to cook this for around 20 minutes. It saved energy by having the oven on less, which saved the ac from having to cool the house more. 

Fajita Baked Chicken


2 pounds chicken breasts
8 ounces softened cream cheese
1/3 cup salsa
1 packet fajita seasoning mix
1 large bell pepper, sliced
1 cups shredded cheese 


Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Grease a 9x13 baking dish.
Place chicken in dish.
Mix cream cheese, salsa and fajita seasoning.
Spread mixture over the chicken.
Top with your sliced bell peppers and shredded cheese. 
Bake 20-30 minutes or until the chicken is fully cooked

This is a short blog post this week. But I would love to know how your week was in the comment section. 

~ Living within our Means ~
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Monday, August 23, 2021

Music Monday ~ Catastrophic Flooding in Tennessee

If you've watched the news this weekend you would have seen the catastrophic flooding that took place in middle Tennessee this weekend. We are fine here where we live in SE Tennessee, but our hearts are broken for the people in and around Waverly, Tennessee and other surrounding areas. They've experienced devastating losses including the loss of lives and my heart goes out to them.  

Oh we never know where life will take us

I know it's just a ride on the wheel.
And we never know when death will shake us
And we wonder how it will feel.

So goodbye my friend
I know I'll never see you again
But the time together through all the years
Will take away these tears

It's OK now...
Goodbye my friend

I see a lot of things that make me crazy
And I guess I held on to you
I could of run away and left
Well, maybe...
But it wasn't time we both knew

So goodbye my friend
I know I'll never see you again
But the love you gave me through all the years
Will take away these tears

It's now...
Goodbye my friend

Life's so fragile and love's so pure
We can't hold on but we try
We watch how quickly it disappears
And we never know why

But I'm OK now
Goodbye my friend.
I can go now
Goodbye my friend.
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Friday, August 20, 2021

Frugal Friday

Welcome to Friday! 

Quote of the Week

Sometimes we can spend years searching for something that we had all along just because it didn't come in the package we expected.         Thelma Harper

My Frugal Week

We had a lot of rain from Tropical Storm Fred on Tuesday. 

We picked mint from our mint plant and have it drying on the counter. 

We’ve been grocery shopping this week...

Kroger $41.67
Kroger $138.69
Ingles $48.69
Total: $229.05

On Saturday we went grocery shopping at Ingles and Kroger's. We went to get stocked back up on meat. We didn’t find any beef on markdown, but did find pork, chicken, and Italian Sausage all on mark down. We were able to get over thirty packages of meat, some of them marked down to under $2.00 each. 

The reason we have two Kroger orders is because we couldn’t get the sale on cheese online. So, we went into the store and bought that along with some other items. 

We bought a gallon of marked down milk for 97 cents, which we wouldn’t have found if we hadn’t gone inside the store for the cheese. 

Bailey picked these tomatoes hoping for them to ripen in the house. Some animal has been eating the tomatoes and we are not getting any of the beefsteak ones she planted. Hoping this will help. 

Earning Money

Rakuten sent me $5.23 in cash back this week. I also made one sale on eBay and one sale on Etsy (thank you, Kathy) this week. 

Ford Marsh sent me an email survey for a $10 gift card, the survey was short and sweet. My $10 Amazon card came on Wednesday. 

Saving Money in my Frugal Kitchen

I needed taco sauce this week for a new recipe, but also knew I had enough Taco Bell sauces to make up a jar of my own without having to buy a jar. So, I cut open two packages at a time and placed them in this 12 ounce jar, which filled the jar and was more than enough for the recipe and I still had taco sauce packets left. 

Meals This Week

Friday: Chicken Casserole, Green Beans with Onions

Saturday: Homemade Pizza, Green Salad, Celery Sticks with Ranch for dipping

Sunday: Fiesta Chicken, Mexican Rice, Pickled Beets, Chopped Tomatoes

Monday: Boar’s Head Smoked Sausage, Mac & Cheese, Green Beans

Tuesday: Italian Sausage, Mac and Cheese, Broccoli

Wednesday: Hot Ham & Cheese Sandwiches, Baked Chips 

Thursday: Dirty Rice with Smoked Sausage, 

Recipe of the Week

Chicken Casserole


5 to 6 cups Chicken
35 to 40 Ritz crackers
3 Tablespoons Poppy Seeds
 1 can cream of mushroom soup
8 ounce sour cream
1 stick butter


Cut up chicken into bite sized pieces.
Mix chicken, sour cream and soup.
Place in a greased casserole dish. 
Melt butter, add crushed crackers and poppy seeds. 
Spread over chicken.
Bake at 350 for 25 to 30 minutes.

Saving on Entertainment

This week I we watched Uncle Frank on Amazon Prime.  It was an excellent film.
From Rotten Tomatoes:  In 1973, teenaged Beth Bledsoe (Sophia Lillis) leaves her rural Southern hometown to study at New York University where her beloved Uncle Frank (Paul Bettany) is a revered literature professor. She soon discovers that Frank is gay, and living with his longtime partner Walid “Wally” Nadeem (Peter Macdissi) -- an arrangement that he has kept secret for years. After the sudden death of Frank's father -- Beth’s grandfather -- Frank is forced to reluctantly return home for the funeral with Beth in tow, and to finally face a long-buried trauma that he has spent his entire adult life running away from.

More Ibotta freebies this week ... peanut butter, jelly, yogurt. cereal and bread. 

How was your week?

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Thursday, August 19, 2021

Throwback Thursday ~ Amy Dacyczyn on Food

Throwback Thursday will be a new addition to my blog and showcase blog articles from years gone by. This one first appeared here in 2017 and was a letter written by Amy Dacyczyn of The Tightwad Gazette fame. 

This letter did not run in her original newsletter, but was sent to people who wrote in asking for the article, and is a letter she wrote to help her readers save money on their food bill. 

I hope you enjoy it.

Dear Reader,

Our family spends less than $180 per month on food. At 6’ and 5’8 ½” Jim and I are not pygmies. Likewise our six children, ages 9 and down to a set of toddler twins, are also of above average height. And most of them eat more than I do. We are all healthy, have great cholesterol and blood pressure numbers, of normal weights and no one feels deprived. 

For the purposes of accurate comparison, my food bill only includes edibles. Many non-edibles that some people buy at food stores can be purchased at other types of stores where they are usually cheaper. I don’t know if a drug store purchase of shampoo is included in most people’s grocery bills. My food bill does include school lunches as well as gardening and canning supplies. We never eat out. Our food bill doesn’t include any additional energy cost for baking food from scratch. In both cases our savings on food FAR outweighs the energy usage. 

Although Jim is a military retiree we don’t shop at the Navy Commissary because of the distance, and so our food bill does not reflect any savings from there. 

We live 25 miles from a large supermarket. We can’t hit all the sales and do little couponing, since we have no double coupon stores in our area. People from different parts of the country have told us they think groceries cost more in the northeast. The prices here seem to be about the same as when we lived in Virginia, except we have fewer stores to compete with sales and double coupons. 

Most of my newsletters have articles on ways to cut the food bill. On the next page I have included experts of three issues. The first is 17 ways to save on the food bill. Most of them are obvious, but you need to do all of them. The second is an article on the price book. Do not skip this step, no matter how time consuming you think it is to make one up. Many readers have written in amazement of their findings, how all of their perceptions were wrong. It will reduce your food bill significantly. The simplicity of some of the meals shows that I didn’t specifically cook meals for the purpose of publication. The menu does not represent our complete repertoire. Since we plan meals around sales, during any given period we may eat more of one type of food than another.  

By using a price book, bulk buying and simplifying your diet you will not only reduce your food bill, you will reduce the amount of time spent shopping. You will spend less time comparing products for price. When you go into a store you know exactly which products you will buy there, so shopping can be completed faster. We usually shop once a month hitting several types of stores for a total of four hours including 1-1/2 hours of driving. And the few other trips we make to hit sales are combined with other errands or business. 

It is my belief that couponing and refunding should be a part of the shopping process, but only a small part It has not been proved to me that major refunding and couponing will reduce your food bill as much as if you use all the strategies. This has been reflected in letters from my readers who say that since they’ve become sharper shoppers, they have reduced their food bill AND are now using fewer coupons. In general manufacturer’s coupons are not good for convenience foods. For example, cold cereal, even when you subtract double-coupon savings, usually costs more per portion than a large range of other breakfasts you could prepare. Remember, it’s not how much you “save” with coupons, but how much you SPEND that counts. Coupons can be very good for pet foods, coffee, cleaners, and personal care products. 

Some people might think our diet is unexciting. Because we choose less expensive foods we have less variation. Also we are extremely busy. When we have more time to prepare food is becomes more interesting. However we do not mind if food is plain. 

Many people PREFER to spend more on their food bill. This is a value difference which I feel is acceptable, as long as they are financially responsible. However, it is my preference to spend money on things of permanence, something that will give me long term enjoyment or convenience, such as a place to live, a tool, or piece of furniture.

Amy Dacyczyn

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Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Tuesday Ten

Tuesday Ten ~ My Favorite Ways to Give Back

1, Bring food to the Little Free Pantries
2. Bring food to school for students in the after school Snack Pack program. 
3. Volunteer my Time
4. Adopt a Family for Christmas
5.Take a meal to a shut in, new Mom, or grieving family. 
6. Listen to students who don’t have someone at home to listen. 
7. Bring paper, pencils, lead, pencil sharpeners, etc. to students who need them.
8. Donate items to our local People Helping People. 
9. Volunteer my Unique skills like tutoring or sewing. 
10. Participate in community cleanups. 

What are some of your favorite ways to give back?

~ Living within our Means ~
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Monday, August 16, 2021

Music Monday

The House That Built Me" Lyrics

I know they say you can't go home again.
I just had to come back one last time.
Ma'am, I know you don't know me from Adam.
But these handprints on the front steps are mine.
Up those stairs, in that little back bedroom
Is where I did my homework and I learned to play guitar.
And I bet you didn't know under that live oak
My favorite dog is buried in the yard.

I thought if I could touch this place or feel it
This brokenness inside me might start healing.
Out here it's like I'm someone else,
I thought that maybe I could find myself
If I could just come in I swear I'll leave.
Won't take nothing but a memory
From the house that built me.

Mama cut out pictures of houses for years.
From 'Better Homes and Garden' magazine.
Plans were drawn, concrete poured,
And nail by nail and board by board
Daddy gave life to mama's dream.

I thought if I could touch this place or feel it
This brokenness inside me might start healing.
Out here it's like I'm someone else,
I thought that maybe I could find myself.
If I could just come in I swear I'll leave.
Won't take nothing but a memory
From the house that built me.

You leave home, you move on and you do the best you can.
I got lost in this old world and forgot who I am.

I thought if I could touch this place or feel it
This brokenness inside me might start healing.
Out here it's like I'm someone else,
I thought that maybe I could find myself.
If I could walk around I swear I'll leave.
Won't take nothing but a memory
From the house that built me.

~ Living within our Means ~
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Friday, August 13, 2021

Frugal Friday

Welcome to Friday! 

My Frugal Week

We stayed home on Sunday and I did three loads of laundry. I only have to do mine every two weeks or so, but I also washed a load of towels. 

We saved a small batch of string this week. 

I listed several items for sale on eBay this week. 

Crash and Burn Score

We made out like bandits on Saturday. I had to stop in for some cat food and checked out the crash and burn section. We found 2 cans corn, 2 cans green beans, 1 can black eyed peas, 1 can garbanzo beans all for 25 cents each, 6 cans of cat food for 10 cents each, 1 bottle vanilla flavoring for 25 cents, 1 bottle molasses for $1.70, and 4 cups of Annie’s macaroni and cheese for 75 cents. I also found a one pound bag of navy beans for fifty cents. It has been a long time since we scored any crash and burn items. 

Food City also had the 18 count cartons of eggs for 88 cents each, so we picked up some of those while we were there. 

Earning Money

I earned money from an eBay sale. I also cashed out my Anchor Podcast money. It was a small amount, but still helpful. 

Avoiding Spending

I stayed home all week and spent no money.

Saving Money In My Frugal Kitchen
This week we have  used what we had here to make all of our meals. Sometimes we have to get creative when we do that, but that is what the frugal lifestyle is all about. 

Meals This Week

Friday: White Chicken Enchiladas, soup beans, cornbread

Saturday: Sicilian Sandwiches and BlackBerry Lemonade

Sunday: Breakfast for Dinner - Homemade Biscuits and Sausage Gravy, Sausage, Scrambled Eggs, Roasted Potatoes. 

Monday: Beefy Baked Beans, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables

Tuesday: sticky Pineapple Chicken, Rice, Brussels Sprouts

Wednesday: Soup Beans, Deviled Eggs, Corn Bread, Turnip Greens

Thursday: Chicken Fajitas, Corn Tortillas, Diced Tomatoes, Lettuce, Rice & Corn

On Thursday I made some Mexican rice and used a salsa from Walmart that had mango and oinea0ple in it. The salsa was too hot for me to enjoy by itself, so I put it in the rice dish and it was really good. This is what I love about this particular recipe, you can switch the type of salsa you use and have a completely different dish,

Saving on Entertainment

Mama's Family is on Facebook right now if you want to watch it. I've enjoyed a couple of episodes of it this week. 


Bailey got in on an Ibotta rebate this week and earned free peanut butter, jelly, bread, and goldfish crackers. 

How was your week?

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Thursday, August 12, 2021

BaileyAlexVibes Etsy Shop Grand Opening

Bailey has been working on something special recently and is exited for the grand opening of her new Etsy shop, BaileyAlexVibes

Her new Etsy shop is a culmination of the work she began while we were in   quarantine last year and her desire to add another source of income for her business. Her pieces of art have been well received over the past year. 

She has created a coupon code for my Frugal Workshop readers for 20% off your first purchase. The coupon code is FRUGALWORKSHOPVIBES and is good until the end of the month. 

Bailey is also having a $25 Etsy gift card giveaway later today on her Instagram account if you want to check it out. 

~ Living within our Means ~

Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Wednesday Musings

I’ve been perusing the grocery store ads this morning and thinking about saving money. About how many of the items in the sale ads are high cost foods and how the cost of some items have risen. For example, one ten pound roll of ground beef is selling for $30.00 right now at Walmart when last summer it was only $20.00.

Cooking from scratch will save us money, but cost us time. 

Some of the sales worth mentioning are Jimmy Dean Sausage at Kroger for $2.49, Kroger brand peanut butter $1.00, and Publix has Hebrew National and Oscar Mayer hotdogs B1G1Free. 

We will be making a list and grocery shopping before the sales run out on Tuesday. I try not to be discouraged by the prices and just keep on going. How about you?

For a long time during the pandemic I stopped perusing the grocery store ads and just bought what we needed. Now with rising prices I need to get back to the way I did things before COVID and stock up when I find sale items. 

Something else I’ve been thinking about recently is reusable products. 

Should we spend money on items we are just going to throw away? Items such as paper plates, paper cups, and plastic forks? We will save money, but it will cost us time to wash the dishes. Is the trade off worth it? I think it comes down to a personal choice. If I had less time and more money I might opt for those time savings things occasionally. 

From time to time I will read some of the posts on Reddit. One of their groups is dedicated to buying an item one time and then keeping it for life. It’s a pretty interesting group. 

Here is a link to it if you’re interested:


Other items that are reusable that will save you money include: 

Reusable shopping or grocery bags (Aldi)
Reusable water bottles
Reusable straws
Reusable food containers
Reusable Cloth Pads
Real plates, cups and Silverware
Reusable wool dryer balls

Anyway, these were just some things I was thinking about this morning. Sometimes I get bogged down in the minutiae of things, but I’m only human and wouldn’t be me without that. 

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Monday, August 9, 2021

Meal Plan Monday

This will be a week of making do with what’s here as I don’t have plans to grocery shop until the weekend. So, here is what I am thinking will take place as of now. 

Beefy Baked Beans, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables
Chicken Fajitas, Mexican Rice, corn
Pineapple Sticky Chicken, Rice, Broccoli
Chicken Pot Pie
Tuna Salad Sandwiches
Soup Beans, Turnip Greens, and Cornbread

I’ve already made a fresh gallon of tea this morning. I had some Blackberry Lemonade on Saturday and it was so good. I need to figure out how to make it at home. 

What’s for dinner in your home this week?

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Yard Sale Saturday

Pictured above is what we picked up for the kitchen at yard sales yesterday. In the photo are  four Lock and Lock bowls, which I really like as the lids do not come off unless you want them to come off.

Also pictured are two Rubbermaid bowls, a large one and a small one. And finally are six Pyrex glass containers, although one is missing the lid. 

I’m guessing, but the retail value of these would be over $30 if not more. We paid only 50 cents each for them. And I am loving all the glass dishes we are finding this summer. I put dinner leftovers in them and can easily reheat them in the microwave without having to put them in another container. 

Other than these, it was slim pickings yesterday as it kept raining off and on and by noon most of the yard sales were packed up if they were open at all. 

How about you? Any yard sale scores you would like to share? We would love to hear about them in the comment section. 

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Friday, August 6, 2021

Frugal Friday

Welcome to Friday! 

Quote of the Week

$3.81 for lunch may sound like a great deal, but the truth is, despite those ever-rising grocery bills, people who choose to brown-bag a sandwich, piece of fruit, and carrot sticks or a serving of chips, are always going to spend less than the folks who buy their lunch at a restaurant, school cafeteria or fast-food joint. ~ Len Penzo

My Frugal Week

The secretary of the high school texted me this week to ask if I was subbing this year as she was creating the sub list for this school year. Unfortunately, I had to tell her I would not start out this year subbing as I cannot drive with my eyesight. I told her I was having surgery soon and would let her know when that changed.

How long does it take a honeydew melon to ripen? I finally wrote the date on this one to see how long it would take to ripen. When I bought this one I bought two of them and I finally cut the other one open to see how it tasted. It had no flavor, so I am placing this other one in a paper bag to see if it will ripen anymore. I am thinking it was picked too soon and won't ripen anymore like strawberries do when picked too soon. 

I love that Aldi is giving us paper bags now when we get a grocery pickup. There are so many uses for them. 

Speaking of grocery pick ups, Ramit Sethi had a poll last week on Twitter. He wanted to know what is one thing you used to resist spending money on, but now you love spending on it. He said one of the most common answers was grocery delivery. I won’t say that I love paying for it, but I do love the convenience  of it. 

I went through my reading list here on Blogger and using the manage button, caught up on reading some blogs, kept some old blogs that are no longer posting, but are still a great resource. 

On Saturday afternoon we picked up a grocery order at Walmart. It wasn’t a full grocery order, but will help get us through until we do have one sometime in August. 

On Tuesday I listed a couple of things on eBay to sell. 

Earning Money

This week I received a survey from Consumer Opinion Institute and earned $5.00 for filling out and returning their survey. 

Saving Money In My Frugal Kitchen

On Friday morning I made myself a green smoothie. I keep some smoothie ingredients on my freezer door, such as Amla, flax and chia seeds, and black sesame seeds, so as I was adding them to my smoothie I found a package of cheese hot dogs I had forgotten about. Score! I used them for dinner on Friday night. 

My butter wrappers, saved from a stick of butter, stored in a baggie in my fridge for when I need to grease a pan. 

Meals This Week

Friday: Nathan’s Cheese Dogs, Rice Pilaf, Sunflower Salad

Saturday: Tuna Salad Sandwiches because I was exhausted from Yard Sale Saturday. 

Sunday: Hawaiian Chicken, Rice Pilaf, Vegetable. 

Monday: Sliced Pork, Scalloped Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables. The scalloped potatoes were a big hit probably because it's been so long since I made them. I was only using 1.5 pounds of potatoes, so I used my small Pioneer Woman casserole dish and they fit perfectly. The recipe is listed below if you're interested. 

Tuesday: Grilled Chicken, Steamed Broccoli, Baked Potato

Wednesday: Nathan's Hotdogs, Carrots, Mashed Potatoes 

Thursday: Tuna Salad, Pasta Salad, Asian Salad, Orange Iced Tea

Recipe of The Week:

Cheese Scalloped Potatoes
1.5 pounds potatoes, thinly sliced
1/4 cup butter 
1 teaspoon garlic, minced
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
2 cups milk
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1 cup cheese, shredded

Spray an 8x8 pan with non-stick spray. 
Preheat the oven to 350°F. 
Spread sliced potatoes evenly in the pan. 
Melt the butter over medium heat. 
Add garlic and cook for one minute. 
Whisk in flour until a paste forms. 
Add milk, salt and pepper and cook until thickened. 
Remove from heat and stir in cheese. 
Pour sauce over sliced potatoes.
Sprinkle with extra cheese if desired. 
Bake at 350 °F for 45 minutes or until potatoes are tender.

Saving on Entertainment

Every now and then I go onto TikTok and entertain myself for free. There are some great cooking videos on there and I usually find a song or two to add to my song list on YouTube. 

Here is an oldie, but a goodie, Manic Monday by the Bangles. 

What I've been Reading This Week

Len Penzo has posted his 
13th Annual Cost Survey of 10 Popular Brown Bag Sandwiches. It's an annual post that many of his readers look forward to each year including me. I hope you enjoy it. 

That is all the frugal news from here this week, How was your week?

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