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Thursday, July 31, 2008

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Okay, so I am going to be very real with you all today. We are having serious storage problems. The problem lies with the fact that most of my family's earthly belongings are combined with my parents' in the storage room actually meant for food. Now that we are stocking up on food and household items our shelves are literally spilling over. My goal is in the next few weeks to get these shelves organized with a tracking system of sorts for our food storage. I am sharing this with you all today hoping some of you may have some suggestions, sympathy or a good laugh at my expense.


It's like going to the store I love it!

There is no rhyme or reason, but at least everything is on the shelf, well, except the two boxes on the the floor!


Seriously do I have to say more?

If your storage situation is worse or nearly perfect then mine email your picture I may have a reward for you!

I can't wait to hear your comments.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Happy Shopping

This week I decided not to go shopping for a couple reasons, I'm going out of town and most of the great deals are repeats from last week. This is one of the great things about having my pantry so full -I don't have to shop every week.

I would love for you all to comment on a great deal you found this week and if you want you can email me the pictures with the total spent and saved I would be happy to upload them on the blog.

Happy Shopping!

Monday, July 28, 2008

Free Classes in St. George Area UPDATED

It's not too late if you would like to meet with me Friday afternoon or Saturday afternoon in St. George or Hurricane please call me. (visit this site for my phone number)

I had so many responses from the the St. George Area that I decided I would come myself and teach as many of you as I can this Friday and Saturday. I will be giving each hostess a hanging file box ready to store your coupons and for every 5 mom's at the class the hostess will also receive a $15 gift card. If you are interested in hosting or coming to a class please call me (click the link for my number) or email me ASAP!

If you can not come to a class with me this weekend please let me know and we will get you set up with the other teacher that is coming August 15th and 16th.

This is a wonderful opportunity for yourself, Enrichment Groups, Mom's Groups, family and friends.

Friday, July 25, 2008


See what people are saying about saving money and using the method I teach for FREE!

Feel free to post your success story here too!
*By posting your comment you are giving me permission to use your story in my classes or in emails

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Rice Recipes

So for the fun of it I am posting a few of my favorite recipes using rice with a request that you will post your favorites in the comment section. Feel free to post as many as you want.

From previous posts click here.

And I found these too.

Rice and Black Bean Bake

1 15 oz can black beans rinsed
1 10 oz can diced tomatoes and green chiles
1 8 oz can tomato sauce
1 8 oz jar picante sauce
2 cups cooked rice
1 8 oz sour cream
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese

In a bowl combine first four, stir in rice, sour cream, 1 cup cheese. Transfer to a greased 13x9 baking dish sprinkle with remaining cheese and bake uncovered @ 350 for 20 minutes.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Rice and Meds

This week's Food Storage spotlight is rice and Medication. This is a good week to pick up these two items if you have the coupons that go along with them.

We paid $2.15 for each of the rice shown here and $.50 for each bottle of Advil shown.

Rice Recommendations: Rice falls in the long term storage for grains. It is recommended that you store 55 lbs of rice per person for 12 months. I like to vary the kinds of rice I store. Some of my favorites are Basmati (long and fragrant) , Botan (short and sticky), Minute Rice Brown Rice (easier than traditional brown rice and better for you), and of course the traditional long grain.

Medication Recommendations: This will be personal for each family. I would suggest looking at what you use on a monthly basis and try to get as much as you can to stock up. This may be difficult for prescriptions using insurance. If that is your case then try to keep a list with the amount and the family members who use them handy, with a copy stored in your 72 hour kits also.

Another non traditional method for medications is becoming educated about herbal remedies and aromatherapy. For more information about essential oils visit this website. You can Also view this quick instructional document I put together for you all here.

Saving Money Is So Fun!

We got all of this for $89.21!

4 Betty Crocker Cookie Pouches $.50 each, 4 boxes Kelloggs Rice Crispies with Strawberries FREE, 2 Lysol Kitchen Cleaner $1 each, 2 Lysol Bathroom Cleaner $1 each, 4 Soft Scrub $1.50 each, 3 Pledge Furniture Cleaner $1.50 each, 1 Kraft Velveeta Cheese $2.79, 1 Kraft Parmesan $4.29, 7 Advil 20-24 count gel caps $.50 each, 4 Skintimate shave cream $.95 each, 2 Meadow Gold Whipping Cream $.99 each, Rolls $1.99, Deli Shaved Honey Ham $3,
Total Spent $40.80
Total Saved $84.45
Coupons from register for next shopping trip $2.00 (courtesy of Pledge)

5 Purina Healthful Life Cat Food FREE, 6 Lucky Charms $1.00 each, 2 Nilla Wafers $3.49 each, 1 LBS Bananas FREE, 6 *Windex Cleaner $.49 each, 5 Wonder Rice $2.15 each, 2 Toaster Strudels $.50 each, 4 Toaster Strudels $1 each, 5 Reeses Puff Cereal $1.00 each, 2 Kix Cereal $.75 each, 2 Lemons $1.78, 4 bags mini carrots $3.98, Watermelon $3.25, 2 Cantaloupes $2.31
Total Spent $48.41
Total Saved $114.37
Coupons from register for next shopping trip $2.00 (courtesy of Post)
*Bottom line price includes 3 $1.50 off coupons for our next purchase)

Thursday, July 17, 2008

How I Organize My Coupons

I've gotten this question a lot lately. So for those of you who are wondering if I take hours cutting and filing coupons you would be sorely mistaken. When the Sunday paper comes I take the coupon books out write Sunday's date on the front and put them in a hanging file folder. That is it! You're now asking where will I know to find the coupons I want to use? That is where the Grocery Smarts website comes in. On the website when I choose the store I want to shop at a list will come up matching the store ad with the manufacturers coupons.

You will see something like this:

**** Tide 40 load $5.99 Tide 40 load or larger $1/1 $4.99
RP 4/15 (Expires 7/15)

The stars mean that it is an awesome price and that if I can stocking up on this item would be ideal. Five to Four stars are awesome, Three to Two are comparable to a good regular price.

The item from the store ad will be noted next.

The sale price is then listed.

Then the coupon description and where to find it listed. I have four hanging file folders labeled for each of the coupon book companies and for misc. coupons from magazines, the Internet, stores, mailings, etc..

RP= Red Plum
SS= Smart Source
PG= Procter and Gamble

The last column is for the end price with coupon and other applicable discounts.

On my shopping day I print out the shopping list from the website. I look at what is on sale and ask myself, "Does our family use this?" I write next to the item on the list the amount I intend on getting then I circle the coupon code if there is one. I can usually do this while the kids are eating or while I'm on the phone. Then I just grab the coupon books by date, from my hanging file folders, look for the coupon I need, cut them out, and put them in a page protector (like for reports or scrapbooking), "shopping sleeve", with my list, shove it in my purse and go shopping when it is convienent for me. You can see a PDF file that explains this by clicking here. I toss the old coupon books out when the date reaches five months. By then everything in them has expired. I am sorry if you are disappointed about the simplicity of the system. That is the point though, to make it easy and not take all my time. Don't we all have better things to do?

Hopefully this helps if you still have questions feel free to email me or comment on the post.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Making the most of this blog

To make it easier to get right to business I moved these instructions from the top of the blog into a post all to itself. Now you wont have to scroll down forever. But just in case you are new this is also a great intro to the blog and its features.

Welcome to my blog! I am so excited to share with you the things that I am doing to; Save Money, Build food storage, and Have fun while grocery shopping using this website. Here are a few things to help you get the most of the blog:

Comments-Comments, success stories, connecting with other obsessive shoppers. To post a comment go to the Comment post here.

Exchange-Here you can request or look for coupons to exchange with other shoppers. You will have to contact one another.

Food Storage-Look here for various ideas on how to build your food storage as will as links and recommendations.

Freebies-Need I say more?

Fun Stuff-Because I am obsessive I have to throw some fun in the mix to stay grounded. I am not sure what this will be but I am sure it will be fun!

Great Buy-My favorite great buy of the week. Usually under $1

Info- Find updated information, contact info, etc.

Q and A-Here you will find answers to questions that I have been asked. To ask me a question email me here. I will post your question with an answer as well as email you personally.

Recipes-Every once in a while I would like to post a recipe that can be used with sale items for the week.

Savings-This will be a representation of the products bought and what I saved and spent.

Appointment Book:
At the bottom you will see my appointment book if you would like me to teach you how I am having all this fun with shopping feel free to set up an appointment. Scheduled appointments will be shown in red. The ochre-yellow color are the available or pending times I have. Just click on the date you want, fill in the info and your on the books! You can even invite guests by email right from the appointment page. If you don't see a date that works for you email me or call me and we will come up with a time that works best for the both of us. I promise I will make it worth your time!

A free newsletter is sent out each Friday to keep you updated on my most recent posts. You will find the sign up in the side bar.

Instructional Quickies:
Video instructions and How too's COMING SOON!!

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Movie Ticket Update

I have been getting a lot of questions about the movie tickets. (see these posts http://thecrazyshopper.blogspot.com/2008/07/rockin-savings.html, http://thecrazyshopper.blogspot.com/2008/07/free-movie-tickets.html I just learned something really awesome especially for you who do not have a theater in your area. (Cache Valley etc..) If you have gone to the Fandango Site and entered your zip code and there are no theaters in your area there is an Option 2 that you can use. You click Option 2, fill out a form and Fandango will send you in 7-10 business days a $25 Visa gift card that you can use at your local theater!

Friday, July 11, 2008

Freebies July 9-15


The General Mills sale is purchase 10 participating items get two free movie tickets (to learn more about this deal visit my posts here and here). When you calculate the value of the movie tickets as a savings on these products there are a few that end up making you money! Visit the complete list for more great prices.

Fruity Cheerios, 10.7 - 12.25 oz
.75 off 1 printable at Group A print it twice
Cheerios (Select Varieties), 10.7 - 18.25 oz
Cheerios, Frosted, Fruity, Apple Cinnamon, or Yogurt Burst .75/1 (8-2-08) SS-6/22

Nature Valley bars, 5.3 - 8.9 oz
.60 off 1 printable at Group A print it twice
Curves bars, 5.3 - 8.9 oz
.75 off 1 printable at Group A print it twice

Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad, 4.6 - 7.75 oz
Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad Mixes, any flavor .50/2 (Expires: 7-12-08) SS1-5/18 and SS-6/29
Pop Secret Popcorn, 3 pack
Pop Secret Microwave Popcorn, any flavor/variety boxes .50/2 (8-23-08) SS-6/29
Chex Mix, 8 - 8.75 oz
Chex Mix, any flavor 4.5 oz. or larger or 100 Calorie Chex Mix .50/1 (8-9-08) SS-6/15
Chex Mix, 8 - 8.75 oz
$1/1 printable coupon at this link.
-.91 (that is almost a dollar extra toward your other groceries!)

Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad, 4.6 - 7.75 oz
.40 off 1 printable at this link
Hamburger Helper (Or Tuna, or Chicken)
1.00 off 3 printable at this link
Hamburger Helper (Or Tuna, or Chicken)
Hamburger, Tuna, or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Meals, any flavor .75/3 (8-2-08) SS-6/8

Below are items that you buy then get something free. Use your discretion when purchasing things this way. It may not be the best deal. It all depends on the price of the item that you are buying.

Buy 5 Dannon Frusion Smoothies 10 oz.
Free item: Dannon DanActive drink 4 ct.
5/5.00 + free DanActive

Buy 2 Jell-O Fruit Passions refrigerated gelatin, 19-24 oz.
Free item: Cool Whip aerosol topping 7 oz.Manufacturers coupon: Jell-O Fruit Passions, any .75/1 (7-31-08) SS2-5/18
2/4.50 + free Cool Whip

Buy 2 Jell-O refrigerated Rice Pudding, 19-24 oz.
Free item: Cool Whip aerosol topping 7 oz.Manufacturers coupon: Jell-O Rice Pudding Snacks, any .75/1 (8-31-08) SS-6/1
2/4.50 + free Cool Whip

Buy 2 Jell-O refrigerated Dark Chocolate pudding, 19-24 oz.
Free item: Cool Whip aerosol topping 7 oz.Manufacturers coupon: Jell-O Dark Chocolate Pudding Snacks, any .50/1 (8-31-08) SS-6/1
2/4.50 + free Cool Whip

Buy 2 KoolAid Jammers 10 pack
Free item: Nabisco Carry Me Packs 2 oz.
2/4.00 + free Nabisco

Buy 2 Albertsons drink mixes or packets (See ad)
Free item: Spring! water 6 pack
2/5.00 + free water

Buy 2 Barilla Pasta sauce 26 oz.
Free item: Barilla pasta 16 oz.
2/5.00 + free pasta

Buy 2 Bulls-Eye BBQ sauce,18 oz.
Free item: Albertsons Pork & Beans, 31 oz.
2/4.00 + free beans

Buy 2 Hershey's candy 10.5-17.25 oz.
Free item: "A coupon at checkout for a FREE box of movie theater candy, up to 1.00"
2/5.00 + free candy

Buy 2 Kraft salad dressing 24 oz.
Free item: Albertsons croutons, 6 oz.Manufacturers coupon: Kraft Salad Dressings, any .75/2 (7-16-08) SS-6/15
2/5.25 + free croutons

Buy 2 McCormick Grill Mates seasonings
Free item: MCormick Grill Mates marinade pouch Manufacturers coupon: McCormick Grill Mates Blend, Marinade or Spice Rub, any .25/1 (8-31-08) RP-5/4
2/4.50 + free marinade

Buy 2 Oroweat Bread: "100% Stoneground", "Health Nut", "Whole Grain & Oat", or "Whole Grain & Flax bread" 24oz.
Free item: Albertsons grape jelly or jam 32 oz.Manufacturers coupon: .40/1 printable at this link.
2/4.20 + free jam

Buy 2 Orville Redenbacher microwave popcorn: "6 ct. regular" or "10 ct. mini"
Free item: Crunch 'n Munch - chocolate, regular, or caramel, 4 oz.
2/7.98 + free snack

Buy 2 Pam Cooking Spray, 5-6 oz.
Free item: Van Camp's Pork & Beans, 15 oz.
2/7.00 + free beans

Buy 2 Sara Lee Classic white or wheat hot dog or hamburger buns, 8 ct.
Free item: Albertsons potato chips, 11 oz. Watch for possible in store manufacturers coupon near the buns
2/5.00 + free chips

Buy 1 Maxwell House ground coffee, 33-39 oz.
Free item: Coffee-Mate creamer, 15 oz.Manufacturers coupon .75/1 printable at this link.
8.24 + free creamer

Buy 2 DiGiorno Ultimate pizza
Free item: Albertsons ice cream, 1.75 qt.
2/12.00 + free ice cream

Buy 3 Eggo Pancakes or Muffin Tops
Free item: Welch's grape juice, 11.5 oz.
3/6.00 + free juice

Buy 4 El Monterey Quesadillas, 12 oz.
Free item: Tio Pepe's Churros, 6 oz.
4/10.00 + free Churros

Buy 2 Healthy Choice Panini 6 oz.
Free item: Healthy Choice soup, 15 oz. Manufacturers coupon: $1/2 printable at this link.
2/5.00 + free soup

Buy 2 Old Orchard Premium Pomegranate Blends, 12 oz.
Free item: Albertsons frozen waffles ,12.3 oz.
2/5.00 + free waffles

Buy 3 Rosetto Ravioli or Tortellini or Steam 'n Eat Ravioli, 18-25 oz.
Free item: Pepperidge Farm Texas Toast, 11.25 oz.Manufacturers coupon: $1/1 printable at this link.
3/8.00 + free toast
Buy 1 Easy Off BAM 24 oz.
Free item: Easy Off Oven Cleaner, 16 oz.Manufacturers coupon: Easy-Off BAM Product, any $1/1 (7-13-08) SS2-5/18
1.99 + free Oven cl.
Buy 1 Easy Off BAM 24 oz.
Free item: Easy Off Oven Cleaner, 16 oz.Manufacturers coupon: Easy-Off Bam Product, any .75/1 (8-24-08) SS-6/29
2.24 + free Oven cl.
Buy 1 Easy Off BAM 24 oz.
Free item: Easy Off Oven Cleaner, 16 oz.Manufacturers coupon: .50/1 printable at this link.
2.49 + free Oven cl.
Buy 2 Windex Glass cleaner, 26 oz.
Free item: Homelife Awesome paper towels, 60 ct. roll
2/4.00 + free towels

Powerade, 32 oz
Powerade or Powerade Zero, 20 or 32 oz. bottle .75/1 (10-31-08) SS-6/8

Oral-B Advantage Toothbrush
Oral-B Pulsar, CrossAction, Advantage Toothbrush, any $1/1 (7-31-08) P&G-7/6

Powerade 32 oz.
Powerade or Powerade Zero, 20 or 32 oz. bottle .75/1 (10-31-08) SS-6/8

Powerade 32 oz. assorted
Powerade or Powerade Zero, 20 or 32 oz. bottle .75/1 (10-31-08) SS-6/8

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Food storage that is not food?

My food storage spotlight this week is not food. I really don't know what to call it but really I want to be clean if disaster strikes or if financial stress creeps up don't you?

The Proctor and Gamble sale at Smith's the week is really great! Here is an example of what we got:

2-Oral-B Advantage Sensitive toothbrushes FREE, 4-Oral-B Advantage toothbrushes FREE, 6-Oral-B Stages toothbrushes, $.50 each, Crest Pro Health Night Time toothpaste $.94, 5 Crest Pro Health clean mint toothpaste $.94 each, 12 Old Spice High Endurance AP &D $.79 each (Christmas present for Grandpa!), 6 Secret AP & D $.79 each, 6 Herbal Essence shampoo and conditioner $.50 each.

Total Spent: $26.91

Total Saved: $87.02

Rockin' Savings!

I am finally coming down from my excitement this morning! I don't usually go early but this morning was the only time me and my shopping partner, my mom, could go together so at 7:30 AM we ventured out. Our first stop today was Albertson's. I posted a preview of the sale yesterday explaining the details, go here if you haven't read it. Let me just say that if you do not plan on going to a movie before August 31st be wise as you decide what to buy, the bottom line prices on the list reflect the savings from the movie tickets! Also please check BEFORE you go shopping for a theater near you or in an area that you plan on visiting soon. You can check for locations here. Oh, and one more thing, the tickets are for ANY new release movie, not just Batman.

I am just going to post the total's and not take a picture because it would take me hours to stage a photo with the amount of stuff we bought today!

8 Toaster strudels
4 Betty Crocker Muffin mix
1 Albertson's sour cream
7 Betty Crocker Brownie Supreme mix
10 Bisquick Shake and Pour
16 Fruit Snack Variety
10 Nature Valley Granola Bars
3 Go-Gurts (I freeze these it makes a great on the go breakfast and is less messy frozen!)
2 Trix yogurt
4 Pop-Secret microwave popcorn
5 Minute Rice ready to serve
2 Chex mix
5 Betty Crocker Warm Delights (these are good for the bad days when you need something chocolate and know you will eat a whole pan of brownies yourself if your not careful!)
3 red peppers

Total Spent: $124.56
*Total Saved: $209.21
*includes $98 worth of movie tickets which is 7 vouchers with a conservative value of $14 a piece (7 vouchers with a maximum value of $25.50 would actually be a savings just in tickets of $178.50 which works out be $12.75 a ticket)

We got a voucher for 2 free movie tickets for every 10 items that we bought that where included in the sale. We did not have to go through the line in separate transactions.

-A tip on the tickets: You can purchase the tickets in advance not just for the day of. Once you choose a theater you can then select the day on the drop down menu.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Free Movie Tickets

I am so excited about this deal! So here is the scoop: Between July 9th through July 15th, Buy 10 participating General Mills items, get a code on your receipt for 2 Free movie tickets on Fandango for any NEWLY RELEASED movies of your choice! If are already planning on going to a movie this is an awesome deal!

Click here for the Albertson's shopping list with participating items.

I've had questions about how this list appears. If you were to take in account that the movie tickets cost you either $7 for an adult or $5 for a child (this is general assumption it could be more or less but to make things easy I will stick with these amounts), you are getting 2 free which is either a $14 value or a $10 value. The list shows the deals calculated as if you where getting a ticket for $7 or $5 a piece. Like this:

***** Bisquick Baking Mix, 20 oz 1.49 N/A 1.49
$7/ticket, cost is .09 ea
$5/ticket, cost is .49 ea

***** Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad, 1.49 Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad Mixes,

1.24 4.6 - 7.75 oz any flavor .50/2 (Expires7/12/08) SS1-5/18 and SS-6/29

$7/ticket, cost is -.16 ea

$5/ticket, cost is .24 ea

Now lets break down the first item (remember you can mix and match you just have to buy 10 total participating items) which is Bisquick Baking Mix, 20 oz on sale for $1.49. I buy 10 (just to make it easy to explain here) and pay $14.90, at the register I get a code for 2 movie tickets, I am going on a date with my man, I would typically pay $14 for the two of us right? Well, if I take the $14 movie ticket value and subtract it from the $14.90 (plus tax I guess we better mention that) then I would have gotten the Bisquick for .90 or .09 cents a box.

Now lets say you have a coupon for one of the items on the sale. Lets look at the Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad, 4.6 - 7.75 oz on sale for $1.49, with coupon costs $1.24, I buy 10 for a total of $12.40, subtract my ticket value at $14, I got the salad for -$1.60! I made .16 cents a box. Cool huh?

Here are some important things to consider:
  1. Movie tickets are good only through August 31st.
  2. Only participating theaters. Check here, Fandango, with your zip code and or city to see if you have a theater in your area.
  3. You will have to sign up for a free Fandango account, if you already have one you can use it.
  4. If there is not a theater in your area will it be worth your gas and time to travel to the next closest town for a night out? (If I am already going to be in a town that has a theater that is participating I think it would be worth it for me)
  5. I am not sure if you can get more than two tickets. (so before you buy 20 boxes of stuff ask at the customer service desk if you can get more than two)

Monday, July 7, 2008

Saturday, July 5, 2008

Free For All!

Okay another cool feature I just discovered is the Free Items list. You can check it often for updates. What it is is a list of coupons for free items. These coupons simply say that the item is free. Since there is no need to use the coupon when the item is on sale, these coupons will work at any store. To limit redemption liability, manufacturers state a "Maximum price" on thier coupon ("Up to 4.49" -for example).To get the item free, make sure that your store's price really is under that amount.

Friday, July 4, 2008

Great tip for using the online lists

I am so excited that I figured this feature out. Okay so say I want to see only the "good stuff" or the 4-5 star items, this is what you do.

  1. Choose your store
  2. Click the Start button in the top right of the page
  3. Click the Star right about the Stock up scale
  4. Click Shrink in the top right of the page

Now you can print or view only the 4-5 star items!

You can practice this by using this All In One list which shows all of the ads on the site.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Food Storage Items this week

There are 2 things I would put in my food storage na sale this week. The first is Hershey's Chocolate Syrup Buy 2 Get 1 free which works out to be $4/3. Have you ever tried drinking reconstituded dry milk? This chocolate syrup will come in handy!

Second thing, this is more serious. It is water. At Albertson's you will be able to get Spring water 24 pack for $2.99, Smith's had Arrowhead 24 pack for $2.99 with a limit of 6. Here is what I know about water storage.

Want to know what the American Red Cross recomends? Click here

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Freebies July 2-8

Thanks to a great new feature on the website called ALL In One I can be a little more inclusive without working too hard! So here are this weeks freebies across the state:

Harmon's, Macey's, Associated Foods

Powerade, 32 oz. bottle
Powerade or Powerade Zero, 20 or 32 oz. bottle .75/1 (10-31-08) SS-6/8


Ken’s Salad Dressing, 16 oz
Ken’s Dressing, any 16 oz. or larger $2/1 (6-30-08) SS-5/4

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

New Helpful Food Storage Site

Have you ever felt overwhelmed with food storage? Are you afraid to start or don't know where to start? Have you felt that food storage is only for the "Big One" and that is a long way away?

I have felt these things at times too and let me just say that having a food storage brings so much peace and comfort. I know because I have had to use my food storage to feed my family three times in the last 4 years. I know the peace that comes when my children are hungry and all I have to so is go to the basement and pick something out to feed them with. I have seen other's struggle and suffer because a lack of food storage. Please start today even if you only budge $10 a month you will certainly be blessed as you set your intention and move forward!

Few......I will step down from the box now and let you know of a great website that just launched today. It was developed by two young moms trying to build their food storage using baby steps. To check it out go to http://foodstoragemadeeasy.net/ Check out the side bar for more helpful food storage websites.