New printable cereal & breakfast coupons

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Here are some brand-new printable coupons available today for cereal and breakfast items:

$0.75 off any one Jimmy Dean Delights Breakfast
$0.75 off any One Jimmy Dean Pancake & Sausage
$0.75 off any one Jimmy Dean Fully Cooked product
$0.80 off 1 International Delight Iced Coffee
$1.00 off International Delight Coffee Creamer
$0.50 off ONE Bisquick Baking Mix or Pancake Mix
$1.00 off TWO BOXES Cinnamon Toast Crunch
$0.50 off ONE BOX Honey Nut Cheerios
$0.50 off ONE BOX Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal
$1.00 off TWO BOXES Chex cereals
$1.00 off FIVE CUPS any variety Yoplait Greek
$0.20 off ONE CUP Liberte Mediterranee yogurt
$0.50 off 32 OZ. Yoplait Greek 100 yogurt
$0.50 off 2 Pillsbury™ or Grands!™ Crescent Rolls
$0.40 off 2 Pillsbury™ or Grands!™ Sweet Rolls
$1.00 off TWO Kellogg’s Special K Hot Cereals
$1.00 off any three CHOBANI FLIP Greek Yogurt
$1.00 off any three cups of CHOBANI Greek Yogurt
$1.00 off three CHOBANI SIMPLY 100 Greek Yogurt
$1.00 off select K-Cup pods
$1.00 off ONE (1) Starbucks VIA Iced Coffee
$1.00 off ONE (1) Starbucks VIA Instant Coffee
$1.00 off ONE (1) Starbucks VIA Instant Latte
$1.00 off Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk
$0.75 off any ONE (1) Jimmy Dean Crumbles Product

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Limited Time Offer! 4-Week Online Blogging Class {Includes Blog Set-up} – For Just $.99!

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have your own money-making blog? You want to start – but you just don’t know how? Or, maybe you have a blog that would like to take to the next level and start earning an income from it?
Build Your Own Profitable Blog

Through April 6, 2015, Blogelina is offering a special deal for my readers who want to start a money-making blog. Enroll in their popular 4-week blogging class—Profitable Blogging for Beginners—for just $0.99!

If you want to learn the basics of how to set up a blog, how to take your blogging to the next level, or how to begin earning money from your blog, you’ll want to check out this class!


When you sign up for this class, here’s what you’ll get:

  • A FREE Blog Set Up – Blogelina takes care of the techie side of the set-up so you don’t have to. All you have to do is just have to start blogging!
  • A FREE Year of Web Hosting
  • A 60-Page How-To Manual – packed with information that will help take the overwhelming out of starting your own blog
  • 4 weekly online class sessions where you can ask your questions and get personalized feedback
  • Blueprints, step-by-step tutorials, networking with other bloggers — everything you need to grow your blog.

This class will cover:

  • How to Get Your Blog Started on the Right Foot
  • Questions to ask as you begin blogging
  • How To Actually Set Up A Blog
  • Why Your Blog Design is So Important
  • 9 Different Ways to Easily Monetize Your Blog
  • How to Draw Visitors to Your Blog
  • and so much more!

Blogelina has been featured on the Dave Ramsey show, and is well-known for their ability to help bloggers make a successful start. Many of my readers here have gone through this course in the past and have great reviews to share with me.

And for $0.99? That’s a steal! But this offer is only valid until April 6, 2015!

Sign up for the Blogelina Build Your Own Profitable Blog class today!

*If you’re not 100% satisfied with your experience with Blogelina, you are free to walk away at any time during the class session! PLUS, you’ll get to keep your copy of the class manual and your free year of hosting – Blogelina will refund your money!

Build Your Own Profitable Blog

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Make a Homemade “Latte” in Less Than 2 Minutes

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So, you know I quit using sugar in my coffee awhile back (I know, I know, I still can’t believe it!!) and I’ve been playing around with different hot drinks.

I love this Homemade Latte recipe, but I’ve learned that I just can’t do much espresso or I’m too wired. I already tend to be a person who has a lot of energy and zest for life, so I don’t really need the extra hype that I get from having more than a tiny bit of espresso.

Plus, you know that I’m all about keeping it simple. So dragging out multiple pieces of equipment and going through multiple steps to make a latte just ain’t happening every day around here.

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But I love lattes, I really do. So I came up with an easy-peasy solution.

My easy-peasy solution is probably called some fancy name and I just don’t know it and it has been shared all over the internet. However, since I didn’t see the idea on Pinterest (Yup, can you believe that it’s possible to come up with an idea without Pinterest?!?), just humor me and pretend it’s a new idea. ;)

My Homemade “Latte” Recipe

1. Heat 2-3 Tablespoons of half and half or milk in a glass cup in the microwave for 45 to 60 seconds.

How to Make Homemade Latte

2. Use an electric frother (you can pick one of these up for just a few dollars from a place like IKEA or probably Walmart or Target. I got mine from Amazon, thanks to Swagbucks!) and froth the milk/cream for 15 to 20 seconds.

3. Pour the froth into a steaming cup of hot coffee. And ta-da! You have yourself a fancy looking”Latte” that is very low calories (it’s about 40-60 calories total if you use half and half), inexpensive, and doesn’t give you a caffeine headache or make you feel wired!

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Basically, this just requires one extra minute each morning to make and it feels like I’m drinking a super special coffee shop drink. :)

What’s your favorite coffee shop drink? Have you found a quick homemade version? If so, I’d love to have the recipe link or details so that maybe I can try it out, too!

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Target: Deals for the week of March 29-April 4, 2015

Here are some of the best deals at Target this week, with thanks to Marcy from Stretching a Buck for her help in compiling them:

Betty Crocker Cake Mix, 15.25 – 18.3 oz – $1
Use $0.75/2 printable
Stack with $0.75/2 SavingStar e-coupon
$0.25 each after coupons

Market Pantry Canned Vegetables, 14.5 – 15.25 oz – $0.75 
Use $1/4 Target printable
$0.50 each after coupon

Swanson Broth, 14.5 oz – $0.75
Use 5% OFF Cartwheel coupon
Stack with $0.30/1 JingIt Rebate
$0.41 each after coupon and rebate

Gluden’s Mustard, 12 oz – $1.27
Includes: All varieties
Use 25% OFF Cartwheel coupon
$0.95 each after coupon

M&M’S Easter Pastels, 11.4 oz – $2.89
Use $1/1 coupon from the 3/22 RedPlum insert
Use $0.25/1 Ibotta Rebate
Use $1/2 Target In Ad Coupon
Use $1/2 Target printable
Use 15% OFF Cartwheel coupon
$0.91 each after coupons and ibotta deposit

Market Pantry Butter, 1 lb – $2.50
Use $1/2 Target printable
Use 5% OFF Cartwheel coupon
$1.90 each after coupons

See the full list of deals at Target this week here.

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5 Things To Remember When Teaching Kids How To Save

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Guest post from Madison:

If I had to come up with a title for kids in general, using one simplistic term, I’d call them munchkins with a short attention span.

Let’s face it, sometimes it’s hard to teach lessons and even harder to get those lessons to stick. However, when it comes to the importance of saving money, there are no excuses to take on the teacher role.

Teaching kids to save will set a precedence for their entire financial future, so I’ve compiled a few things to remember when you start.

1. Object Lessons

Kids are visual learners, and concepts like saving money will come a lot easier if you demonstrate.

Give your kids an object lesson on patience. Whether it’s candy, ice cream, or a different treat, tell them that if they don’t eat it within a given time-frame, then they’ll get another one afterwards. It’s a simple yet effective way to teach them how to save.

The next step is to move on to money so they can understand and put the concept into practice.

2. Set the Example

Kids pick up on a lot more than you think. They are constantly learning by example, so why not set a good one?

Show them how you save money for big purchases and openly communicate with them what it takes to do so. If you’re constantly buying brand new, unnecessary things, they will think that’s the norm and grow to do it themselves.

3. Be Consistent

A lesson on saving money is only effective if you keep teaching days, weeks, and months afterwards. Don’t let it be a one time event. Consistently ask your kids if they’re saving their money and go over ideas on what they can save for.

4. Make It Fun

As a child, I thought saving money was hard and in all honesty, boring. I was constantly thinking about everything I couldn’t buy at that specific moment because my money was locked away in a piggy bank. (I’ve always been an impatient person!)

Make the process of saving fun by putting up a sticker chart in the office where the kids can have a little healthy competition with one another. You can even give them small prizes for each benchmark they hit.

5. Teach Them Rewards

The reward is sweet, but your kids will never realize it if they don’t make it to the end.

I once started saving up for a bike, but kept spending my quarters on candy and jewelry and lost sight of my goal. Instead of paying for a bike with my own saved money, my parents got me one for Christmas a year or two later.

Not to discredit Christmas or birthdays, but I would have learned a lot more about saving had my parents made me buy it myself.

Teaching your kids to save isn’t too hard when you put these ideas into practice. Before you know it, they’ll become money-saving moguls and who knows? Maybe they’ll save enough money to give you a nice retirement when you’re old. If that’s the case, let the teaching begin!

What are your best tips to teach kids to save?

Madison is a Community Relations Specialist at an accounting software company. She enjoys running, sewing, marketing, and fashion illustration.

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