Get Everyday With Rachael Ray for $4.99 per year

Rachael Ray Magazine
It’s back again! Order a one year subscription to Everyday with Rachael Ray magazine for only $4.99 per year when you use coupon code MONEYSAVING at checkout.

You can order up to four years at this price. This is a great discount on a wonderful magazine.

About Everyday with Rachael Ray: In every issue you’ll find 30-minute meals, Rachael’s Diary, small party gatherings for special occasions, stolen weekends, Real Cooks Networks, Every Day Menu Planner, the No Recipe Zone & much more!

Rachael RayThis offer expires Tuesday night 1/27/15 at 12:00 AM (midnight) EST.

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Target: Deals for the week of January 25-February 1, 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:

Frank’s Red Hot Sauce, 12 oz – $1.99 each
Use $0.30/1 Frank’s RedHot Sauces or
Use $0.35/1 Frank’s RedHot Sauce – 1-18-15 SmartSource insert or
Use FREE Frank’s Redhot Original Sauce, 5 oz FREE or $1.79 off other Redhot Sauce; 1-18-15 SmartSource insert
$0.20 each after coupon

Barilla Blue Box Pasta – $1.16 each
Get a $5 Target Gift Card when you buy 10 select items
Includes: Veggie, White Fiber and Whole Grain
Use $1/3 Barilla Whole Grain, Veggie, White Fiber, or Gluten Free Pasta
$0.31 each when you buy 10 after coupons and gift card

Ragu Homestyle Pizza Sauce, 14 oz – $1.25 each
Get a $5 Target Gift Card when you buy 10 select items
Use $0.50/2 Ragu Products; – 1-25-15 Red Plum insert or
Use $0.75/2 Ragu Products; – 1-25-15 Red Plum insert or
Use $0.20/1 Ragu Products; – 1-4-15 Red Plum insert or
Use $0.75/2 Ragu Products; – 1-4-15 Red Plum insert or
Use $1.00/2 Ragu Products; – 1-4-15 Red Plum insert or
Use $1.25/2 Ragu Products; – 1-4-15 Red Plum insert
Limit of 2 identical coupons in same shopping trip, No cash back
$0.35 each when you buy 10 after coupons and with gift card

Manwich Sloppy Joe Sauce, 15.5 – 16 oz – $1.02 each
Includes: Original, Thick & Chunky, or Bold
Use 25% off Manwich Sloppy Joe Sauce, All Varieties; Target Cartwheel coupon
$0.77 each after coupon

Nabisco Triscuit or Wheat Thins Crackers, 5.5 – 10 oz – $2.33 each
Use $1.00/1 Nabisco Triscuit Crackers, 7.6 oz or Larger; Redeemable at Target; May Vary By Account – Ibotta Rebate or
Use $1.00/1 Nabisco Wheat Thins, 9 oz or Larger; Redeemable at Target; May Vary By Account – iBotta Rebate
$1.33 each after rebate

BIC Soleil Glow Women’s Razor Triple Blade, 3 ct – $6.99 each
Use B1G1 BIC Disposable Razor; Maximum Value $7.99; Excludes Trial and Travel Size – 1-4-15 Smart Source insert
Stack with 30% off BIC Sleil Glow Womens Razors Triple Blade, 3 ct; Target Cartwheel
$1.40 each when you buy 2 after coupons

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

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Educational Deals & Freebies Round-up

Educational Deals & Freebies Round-Up

Here are some of the best educational deals and freebies available right now from Katie who writes at Cincinnati Cents:

VTech MobiGo 2 Touch Learning System for $26.99 Shipped: Groupon has their VTech MobiGo 2 Touch Learning System on sale for $26.99. This system typically retails for $49.99, and it functions as a game system, e-reader, photo album, and coloring book. The system comes with three games, and it includes free shipping.

Melissa & Doug Decorate-Your-Own Train Set for $4.99: Amazon has their Melissa & Doug Decorate-Your-Own Train Set on sale for $4.99. This wooden craft kit includes 4 pots of paint, a paintbrush, glue, and train decals. No tools are needed for this easy-t0-assemble project.

Darice 80-Piece Deluxe Art Set for $11.99: Purchase the Darice 80-Piece Deluxe Art Set on sale for $11.99. This set typically retails for $39.99, and it includes 24 color pencils, 24 oil pastels, 24 watercolor cakes, 2 paint brushes, 2 drawing pencils, a pencil sharpener, kneaded eraser and sanding blocks. Plus, the set features a wood case with a handle for easy portability.

Free Alaskan Travel Guide: Request a free Alaska State Guide Vacation Planner. In addition to planning for a vacation, this guide would make a nice supplement for teaching U.S. geography.

LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer Kids’ Learning Tablet for $44.99: Amazon has their LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer Kids’ Learning Tablet on sale for $44.99. The LeapPad2 comes with a camera and a video recorder, 5 apps, a 5″ touch screen, and 4GB of storage.

K’NEXosaurus Rex Building Set for $17.99: Purchase the K’NEXosaurus Rex Building Set for just $17.99. This set features more than 200 classic K’NEX pieces and a battery-powered motor.

Melissa & Doug Construction Paper for $1.99: Amazon has their Melissa & Doug Construction Paper (50 ct.) on sale for $1.99. This pack includes 50 sheets of paper in 10 different vibrant colors that are ideal for pencils, markers, paints, crayons, and chalk.

Free Food Web Lesson Plan: Download a free Food Web Lesson Plan from Educents. This resource is ideal for children ages 5-9, and it includes discussion guides, design challenges, vocabulary cards, and hands-on experiments.

LEGO Minecraft Crafting Box for $42: Amazon has their LEGO Minecraft Crafting Box on sale for $42. This set typically retails for $49.99, and it features 521 assorted LEGO pieces that are ideal for Minecraft fans.

LEGO Chima Equila’s Ultra Striker Set for $28.18: Purchase the LEGO Chima Equila’s Ultra Striker Set for $28.18. This set features 3 mini figures, rubber tracks, opening wings, a secret ejection system, and more.

Zoobooks Magazine for $10: Groupon is featuring one-year subscription to Zoobooks, Zoobies, or Zootles Magazine for just $10. You can also pick up a two-year subscription to any of these magazines for $19 as well. Plus, with each subscription, you’ll receive several bonus gifts – wildlife stickers, an animal poster, and access to digital editions.

Katie is a wife and homeschooling mother of four who writes at Cincinnati Cents about saving money and having fun as a family without breaking the bank. She enjoys sharing new recipes, ideas for frugal family fun, and tips for spending less at the grocery store.

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My Monday Morning Homemaking Plan + Today’s Cleaning Project

My Monday Morning Homemaking Plan

It’s Monday and guess what that means? That means it’s time for our weekly deep-cleaning project! Every Monday morning this year, I’ll be assigning us all a deep-cleaning project to tackle (well, that is, if want to join us!)

Today’s project is to tackle your refrigerator. And I selfishly assigned this one because mine needs some serious TLC! :)

Here’s my plan for this morning:

  • Read my Bible, exercise, and shower.
  • Get dressed to my shoes. (Thanks, Flylady!)
  • Eat some breakfast, read aloud to the kids, start a load of laundry.
  • Morning chores with the kids.
  • Jesse take Kathrynne & Silas to the dentist. Kaitlynn stay home with me to work on her school projects.
  • Switch the laundry.
  • Clean out the refrigerator — toss expired items, wipe down shelves & door, re-organize.
  • Morning Time with the kids.

This evening, I’ll share a post about how my morning well and give you an update (with pictures) what I did and how my refrigerator-cleaning project went.

Need some motivation? Check out my post on 10 Ways to Make Cleaning More Fun.

Want to join me? Leave a comment to let us know you’re participating! If you have time, tell us what your morning plan is, too.

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10 Goals For This Week (& I think I’m *finally* getting over jet lag!)

10 Goals

Whew! I had no idea that jet lag would hit me like it did when I got home. I have slept so, so much since I got back from South Africa!

I’m usually someone who can push through, if need be, when I’m tired. But jet lag has been a powerful force to be reckoned with! The first few days, I slept much more than I was awake. And now I’m finding that I can usually barely keep my eyes open after 7:30 p.m. at night!

The last few nights, as I’ve started dozing off so early, Silas will come up and shake me and say, “Mom, please don’t go to sleep again!”

Jesse and the kids have been incredibly kind to let me catch up on rest and they’ve done most of the cleaning, cooking, and laundry while I’ve been mostly a walking zombie. :)

Gratefully, the 8-hour time difference in South Africa has worked some in my favor because my body has adjusted to going to bed really early (7:30 to 8:30 p.m.) and getting up really early (I’m waking up — without an alarm clock! — at 2:30 to 3:30 a.m.) I had hoped to get back on a good early to bed/early to rise schedule in 2015 and this sure kick-started that habit!!

After taking the last five days mostly “off” from my normal responsibilities, I’m feeling mostly all rested and energetic and ready to jump back into the swing of things around here.

My goals for this week:

Marriage/Mothering/Homemaking Goals

1. Continue on with our Morning Time routine. Read aloud for at least 20 minutes every day.

2. Write a love note to Jesse.

3. Finally get our Christmas thank you’s mailed (can I plead the fact that I was in South Africa for the lateness of these??)

4. Clean out the refrigerator. Get caught back up on laundry.

5. Take Kathrynne on a special one-on-one outing for her birthday.

Personal Goals

6. Exercise at least 4 times (I’m trying out these BeFit in 30 workouts + doing a little jogging/running.)

7. Finish at least two books.

8. Knit a Cosy Posy Ear Warmer.

9. Try two new Trim Healthy Mama recipes: Sugar Free Hot Chocolate Mousse and Fancy Grilled Cheese on Coconut Flatbread.

Business Goals

10. Finish my first round of book edits.

How did you do on last week’s goals? What are your goals for this week? I’d love to have you share your progress on last week’s goals and your goals for this coming week in the comments. Of, if you’ve blogged about it, leave your direct link below. Let’s cheer each other on to live purposeful and productive lives! You can download a free customizable weekly goal-planning sheet here.


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