CVS: Deals for the week of August 31-September 6, 2014

Here are the best deals at CVS this week, with a big thanks to Passionate Penny Pincher for her help in compiling them:

Buy 1 Crest Sensitive Toothpaste at $5.99, Get $3 ECBs (Limit 2)
Use $1/1 printable
$1.99 after coupon and ECBs

Buy 1 Bausch & Lomb PeroxiClear Solution (3 oz) at $4.99, Get $3 ECBs (Limit 1)
$1.99 after ECBs

Buy 1 CVS Diapers or Training Pants (Jumbo Pack) at $6.99, Get $3 ECBs (Limit 1)
$3.99 after ECBs

Other Deals in Ad

Wet N Wild Nail Polish – $0.99
Use $1/1 coupon from the 8/24 SmartSource insert
Free after coupon

Campbell’s Tomato or Chicken Noodle Soup – $0.99
Use $0.50/1 coupon from the CVS coupon machine
$0.49 after coupon

Dawn Dish Soap – $0.99
Use $0.50/1 coupon from the 8/31 P&G insert
$0.49 after coupon

Buy 3 Pantene Shampoos – $3.33
Use $5/3 coupon from the 8/31 P&G insert or $4/2 coupon from the 7/31 P&G insert (exp 8/31)
$1.33 each after coupon

Just the Basics Water 24 pk $2.22

Tide Simply Clean & Fresh (25 loads) – $3.49
Use $0.50/1 coupon from the 8/24 RedPlum insert
$2.99 after coupon

New to shopping at CVS? Be sure to check out my CVS 101 post that gives you the full scoop on how to get the best bargains at CVS. See the full list of deals at CVS this week here.

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Rare! Taste of Home magazine for only $6.25 per year!

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This is a very rare deal, so I am so excited to see it back again!!

Order a one year subscription to Taste of Home magazine for only $6.25 per year when you use coupon code 20611 at checkout. You can order up to four years at this price.

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This offer expires Monday night 09/01/14 at 12:00 AM (midnight) EST.

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Learn How to Create Stunning Birthday Cards (FREE online class!)

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Craftsy is offering 35 different FREE online classes right now!

One of the free classes being offered is Create Stunning Birthday Cards. This class includes four different lessons. Here’s an overview of the class:

Create four handmade birthday cards and learn paper crafting techniques you’ll use for a lifetime! Join author and paper craft expert Kimber McGray as she shares the tools, tips and designs you need to make cutting-edge cards that are one-of-a-kind! Create distinctive cards with interactive features, including the gift pocket, penny slider, shaker box and pop-up surprise cards. Learn to troubleshoot project issues, such as correcting a slit you’ve made too large, and pick up alternative designs that you can apply to any card you wish! 

Be sure to check out the list of the 35 other free classes being offered! There is something for everyone — including classes on cake decorating, quilting, photography, sewing, gardening, and much more. See the full list here.

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How to Make the Most of Your 24-Hour Day: Part 1

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In recent months, many people have asked how I manage my time. While I’ve written on time management fairly extensively in the past, it’s been awhile since I’ve done so. And my season of life has changed quite a bit, which has changed how I manage my time and my days. So I figured it was time for another up-to-date series on the subject of time management.

I want to kick things off with one time management mindset that has radically shifted the way I think and live…

“I don’t have time.”

How often have you heard and said that phrase? I’d wager to guess you’ve said it a lot. I have, too.

But we all have the time 24 hours in each day. We all get to choose how we spend them.

Yes, you have choice.

Remember my post from earlier this week when I said that my was really full for the next few weeks? But I quickly stated that this is the life I’ve chosen.

I’ve chosen to write a book. We’ve chosen to homeschool our kids. I’ve chosen to run a blog.

I could have chosen not to take any one (or all!) of these things. Understanding this and owning this has changed my life.

I am not a slave to life. I don’t have to stay stuck in a situation if I’m miserable.

I can’t tell you how many times someone has said to me, “I wish I could get on a budget.” Or, “I wish we could save more money.” Or, “I wish I could find a way to earn money from home.”

All of those things are possible, if you choose to make them a priority.

And that means you’re going to have to say “no” to a lot of other things. Because you can’t do it all.

How you spend your 24 hours is up to you.

You can choose to be intentional. You can choose to set small goals and follow through with them. You can choose to seize each day and use it wisely.

Or, you can choose to wander through your days, going around in circles, procrastinating, and wasting time.

The choice is yours.

I wanted to start this series with a very foundational principle that has impacted and shaped the way I view time management. Beginning Tuesday, we’ll be diving in and getting really practical — starting off by talking about how I’ve made choices in what to say “yes” to and what to say “no” to and why.

Do you have any time management questions you’d love for me to try to answer or address in this series? If so, ask away in the comments and I’ll do my best to work in as many answers to your questions as possible as part of this series.

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