Cheryl Smith is offering a 2 hour CPR Class at a discounted rate on Saturday, May 19th @ 1pm. It will be held at the church and ALL proceeds will go to benefit the Box! You can get a CPR certification from completing this 2 hour class. The class cost is $20 per person or [...]
Save Green: Be Thrifty! We’re offering an incredibly casual coupon seminar with special guest Thrifty Christy on June 18 from 10 – 11:30 a.m. Attending the Financial Peace University at the Vineyard? Take it to another level with this workshop. You don’t have to be a mom to attend. Don’t expect to receive a 4,000 [...]
Kids Eat Free Schedule Provided by Maryville Moms Please confirm offer with establishment to verify availability. Monday: Buffalo Wild Wings on Monday – it ain’t free but it’s only $0.99, Fuddrucker’s on Monday and Tuesday – it ain’t free but it’s only $0.99, Gatti’s on Monday and Tuesday, O’Charley’s on Monday at select locations, Puleo’s [...]
I often hear stories about people who purchased $150 (or more) worth of products and paid $0.37 including tax. I also hear stories about people who swear that they can save way more without coupons by purchasing generics at Wal-Mart and Aldi. I am a double-dipper. There are days when I clip coupons like a [...]
Budgets Budgets are important, thought understandably hard to keep. Even if you can’t always stay in your budget, you should create one so that you will see your income and expenses. I know that some people have variable income and that makes a budget more difficult. My advice is this; find your average for the [...]
Take Charge of Snack Time Kids love snacks. I love snacks. It is great to be able to grab-n-go, but with a little planning you can give options that are healthy and easy, but best of all –cheap! If you buy those tasty fish-shaped crackers by the gallon, I promise that there are other options. [...]
Get Cookin’ Part two of -ummmm…. several. Who has time to cook? These little monsters are circling around me like vultures. It has already been a long day and the last thing I want to do is stand in the kitchen to prepare something that probably won’t even be appreciated by the toddler. I would [...]
So this is part one of – ummm, more than one. I am thinking this will be a two, three, four or more part series. As a manager/wife/mom/human – we are always looking for ways to trim our budget and reduce costs. In July of ’09, we did an article called Money Matters: Grocery Savings [...]
Not sure what to do with all of the extra coupons floating around the house? Swap ‘em! There is a box on the bookshelf in the cafe at Maryville Vineyard Church designated as a coupon library. Here is how it works: Bring your coupons to church, put them in a clear sandwich bag, write your [...]
Looking for the best deal online takes a while. How do people get the coupons for free shipping and 20% off at stores? Check out this website for coupon codes at thousands of retailers: www.retailmenot.com. www.cheaptweet.com - Scans twitter for coupons, sales and rebates. www.foodnews.org – Information from the USDA regarding foods and pesticides.
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We all are looking for ways to save a few bucks. With growing familes and a struggling economy, a paycheck doesn’t seem to go very far. With a little work, you can cut your grocery bill without cutting back.