Target: Hanes Kid’s Socks for $0.42 per pair

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Target has Hanes Kid’s Socks on sale this week. You can pick up a 10+3-count package for just $7. Use the available coupons to get them for as low as $0.42 per pair. Here’s how:

Buy Hanes Kid’s Socks, 10+3-count for $7
Use this $1/1 Hanes Apparel Item printable
Use the 10% off all Hanes Socks and Underwear Target Cartwheel
$5.40 after coupons ($0.42/pair)

Thanks, Frugal Finds During Naptime!

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Amazon.com: The best online household & grocery deals

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Here are some of this week’s best grocery & household deals from Amazon.com, courtesy of Terry and Mandi from Jungle Deals & Steals. Many of these prices are higher than what you’d pay by combining coupons with sales, but they may be good deals for you if you live where there aren’t many stores or deals are scarce:

Angel Soft: The lowest price to-date is available now on Angel Soft Double Rolls. Pick them up for as low as $0.35 each ($16.93 for the 48-count).

Clearasil: Here’s a HOT DEAL on Clearasil Clearasil Daily Clear Hydra-blast Oil-Free Acne Face Wash (6.5 Oz). – get it now for just $3.35.

Bob’s Red Mill: Stock up now on Bob’s Red Mill Regular Rolled Oats for as low as $2.97/32-ounce bag ($11.87 for the pack of 4).

Seventh Generation: Pick up the size 1 of  Seventh Generation Free & Clear Diapers for as low as $0.15 each ($11.99 for the 80-count).

Scott:

FlintstonesFlintstones Gummies (180-count) are available for as low as $9.62).

Babyganics: Stock up on Babyganics Foaming Citrus Dish & Bottle Soap with this great deal.  Get the 16-ounce bottles for as low as $4.09 each ($12.27 for the pack of 3).

Resolve: Get this HOT DEAL on Resolve Professional Spot & Stain Carpet Cleaner - now as low as $4.20 for the 32-ounce bottle.

Annie’s Homegrown: Don’t miss this great deal on Annie’s Homegrown Cheddar Organic Snack Mix - it’s available now for as low as $2.72/9-ounce box ($10.86 for the pack of 4).

Rachael Ray: Pick up Rachael Ray Nutrish Just 6 Limited Ingredient Dog Food for as low as $14.43 for the 14-pound bag.

Stretch Island: There’s a great deal on 0.5-ounce bars of Stretch Island Orchard Cherry Fruit Leather - now as low as $0.33 each ($9.90 for the pack of 30).

Terry & Mandi are a busy mother-daughter team that look for ways to save money without sacrificing a lot of time, and they share their love for all things Amazon.com at Jungle Deals & Steals.

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Walmart: Current Deals

Here are the best deals at Walmart right now with thanks to Heather from Passion for Savings for her help in compiling them. The prices below are based on Northwest Arkansas region. Please keep in mind that Walmart deals vary by region so the prices listed here will not be valid at all stores.

Maruchan Yakisoba – $0.78
Use $0.50/1 coupon from the 8/17 SmartSource insert
$0.28 after coupon

Buddig Original or Cracker Snackers Packages – $0.88
Use $1/5 coupon from the 8/17 SmartSource insert
$0.68 each after coupon

Blue Diamond Shelf Stable Almondmilk – $1.97
Use $1/1 coupon from the 8/17 SmartSource insert
$0.97 after coupon

Gerber Organic 1st Foods – $1.28
Use $1/3 printable
$0.95 each after coupon

Gerber 2nd Foods – $1.08
Use $1/4 printable
$0.83 each after coupon

Sure Deodorant – $1.97
Use $1/1 coupon from the 8/17 SmartSource insert
$0.97 after coupon

Dawn Dish Soap – $1.07
Use $0.30/1 printable
$0.77 after coupon

See the full list of Walmart deals here.

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Rise & Shine Challenge: Day 3

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Good morning! How’s your morning going so far today? I “slept in” until 5:30 a.m. this morning.

I was in bed by 9:45 p.m., but when my alarm went off at 4:30 a.m. this morning, I could tell an extra hour of sleep would do my body good. Because I’m trying to do a much better job of giving myself grace these days, I set my alarm for 5:30 a.m. and went back to bed. And it felt so good.

Today’s assignment is about getting better sleep. I typically sleep really well. In fact, my husband jokes that it’s basically impossible to wake me up in the middle of the night if a child needs me and that he’s the one who always takes the night shift if a child is sick… which is somewhat accurate — at least the part about me being hard to wake up! :)

Unless I have some big something the following day and am feeling anxious or nervous about it, I sleep like a rock most nights. And I feel blessed that sleep is not an issue that I struggle with most of the time, because I know that many people do struggle with it.

That said, since committing to going to bed earlier, I’ve noticed that I’ve struggled to get to sleep at night. So I like the idea of being intentional about winding down at night in order to encourage restful sleep.

As I thought about it more, I realized that I actually do have a pretty solid Evening Routine/Before Bed Ritual — or whatever you want to call it. :)

My Current Bedtime Ritual

Here’s how it typically looks for me (note that I don’t always do all of these things, but I usually do most of these in this order):

::Do a quick clean up the kitchen/main living areas of the home — There’s something about waking up to a clean house in the morning that just feels SO good!

::Consult Google Calendar and write a to-do list for the following day.

::Wash face, take out my contacts, take pills/vitamins.

::Snuggle with my kiddos and send them off to bed. (Confession: I sometimes fall asleep right here — and then Jesse has to send them off to bed!)

::Make a cup of soothing tea and slather some essential oils or lotion on my feet.

::Turn off the electronics.

::Climb into bed. Chat with my hubby. Fall asleep.

The biggest thing for me is to start planning to go to bed at least an hour and a half before I actually plan to get in bed. It seems to take me that long to get everything done without feeling like I’m rushing through!

This Morning’s Report

  • Got up at 5:30 a.m.
  • Read my Bible and devotional books. Prayed over my day.
  • Made some coffee, opened my laptop and answered emails & comments.
  • Scheduled some posts — including this one asking for your input on my book.
  • Jesse came back from the gym and got Kathrynne up. They made breakfast together, and then she started on her independent work. We decided to let Silas & Kaitlynn sleep in this morning as they both seemed like they could use the extra sleep. :)
  • Finished this post.
  • And now I’m off exercise and shower, start the laundry, make some breakfast for myself (I’m going to try the Trim Healthy Mama Pancakes this morning), and help the kids with their chores and start in on our homeschooling for the day. We’re getting a later start because I “slept in” but we have a quieter day today so I think it will work out. And here’s to hoping I get in bed by my actual bedtime of 9:00 p.m. tonight!

How has your morning been so far? Do you have a bedtime routine of sorts? If so, what does it look like? If not, what would you LIKE it to look like?

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Would you like to increase your income? {Help me with my next book!}

I’m excited to be in the thick of working on my third book right now… and I think some of you are going to be pretty interested in the topic. And I’m spilling the beans today because I’m going to be asking for your help in the writing process this time around.

Well, not exactly your writing help, but in the next few months I’m going to be coming to you all fairly frequently with questions, quick surveys, and requests for you to nominate women for me to profile or interview in my book. You all are an amazing resource and wealth of wisdom and I can’t wait to hear you ideas and suggestions and answers to the questions as I go throughout this writing process!

So, what am I writing on? Well, in a nutshell, I’m writing a book on how women can increase their income and use that income to make an impact while at the same time maintaining a healthy balance of priorities.

I’m really, really, really stoked about this topic. Judging from the many emails I’ve received over the years, it’s something that many you are interested in. Not only that, but because I’m the girl who has made just about every mistake in the book and learned a lot from failure, it’s a topic that resonates so near to my heart.

My goal in this book is to empower you with practical ideas for not only how to start a business or find a creative way to make a part-time income, but to also challenge and inspire you to think how you can make a difference with that income — whether that’s to help your family get in a better financial position, to be able to fund a charity you believe in, to give generously to a cause you’re passionate, or whatever that looks like for you and your family.

What Do You Think?

So, with that said, as I’m still shaping the book’s message, I’d LOVE to hear from you:

Do you want to increase your income? If so, what are your greatest struggles when it comes to trying to increase your income? What do you feel like is holding you back?

Share your answers to these questions in the comments — or shoot me an email (crystal @ moneysavingmom.com) with your thoughts.

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