I had intentions to share our Christmas decorations and baking here but I ended up sidelined with a torn hamstring. I’m doing much better now and have to watch it but I’m happy to be able to walk almost pain free and with no aids.
I didn’t do a single batch of Christmas baking. Our desserts were store bought with a candy tray from a former neighbor and a buche de Noel baked by our daughter.
We had 2 family Christmas gatherings in our home, and afterward, our home looked like it.
So I made a new to do list and started working on things yesterday.
This may not all get done this week, but I’ll do all I feel up to.
several more of these tasks are completed, they just aren’t checked off in the photo.
I did a good bit of coupon shopping in 2019. So much so that my storage areas are plenty full. For 2020, I intend to take a break from most coupon shopping until our stockpile is used some.
But I had some store money at CVS and Walgreens so I made short trips to both today.
It seems foolish to let free store money expire.
At Walgreens, the pizzas were buy 1 get 1 free
The bags are buy 1 for $2.79, get 2 free.
I used $20 in Walgreens points and paid $8.05 for all of the above. I also ended up with $10 in points and $7 in register rewards that I was not expecting.
About the Walgreens brand food bags, this sale repeats often. They also repeat similar sales for their brand of aluminum foil, paper plates and trash bags. All of these are excellent quality products and much cheaper on sale than name brand products. I actually like the Walgreens food bags better than Ziploc brand bags.
At CVS, I used $11 in extracarebucks from previous purchases and several coupons that printed when I scanned my CVS card at the CVS scanning machine. I used NO newspaper or internet printable coupons.
And I still did very well, getting 5 boxes of cereal and 2 face moisturizers for $6.96.
That’s all the news I have for now.
I really do want to keep blogging, but sometimes things just get in the way.
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