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#361 of 479 Old 05-21-2007, 10:00 PM
 
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I guess I don't really deserve a after all today . We went shopping. I ended up buying a few things we didn't really need (a slushie for the kids, dried beans, marshmallows), some things we did (undies for DD, meds for me, bananas) and I helped DS pay for something he didn't have enough for with his birthday money (he wanted to get two super soakers so he and DD could each have one, so at least he was being considerate . It was only a few extra dollars). At least it wasn't a lot and all stuff that we will use.

The recipe for the bread came with the mixer, which is why I was so surprised it was so good! I usually make whole grain type breads, but the kids are sick of them and I figure this is better than buying bread.

White Bread:
1 pk active dry yeast (I used a teaspoon of bulk yeast since I don't know how much to use)
1 1/4 warm water
1 1/2 tablespoon melted butter or margarine or oil
1 1/2 tablesppons sugar
1 teaspoon salt
3 to 3 1/2 cups flour

Mix yeast and 1/4 cup warm water (I proofed mine with the sugar). Mix well and add remaining ingredients except flour and mix well. Add 3 cups of flour and mix until well blended. Add enough of remaining flour to form a smooth ball that is still slightly sticky. Place in large greased bowl, cover and let rise until doubled, about an hour. Punch down and shape into a loaf. Place in a greased load pan and let rise until double. Bake at 350 degrees for about 35-40 minutes.
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May 1 around $9
May 2:
May 3
May 4
May 5: $3
May 6
May 7
May 8 $4
May 9 I spent but I don't remember how much
May 10
May 11 $2 (forgot I don't have to count necessary purchases)
May 12 $11 on supper...We were supposed to go visit my mom & were running late...have to try to plan better next time!
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 16
May 17
May 18
May 19 $19 on lunch, $25 on pillows
May 20
May 21

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Well, I *kinda* made it through the weekend...does strep throat and pneumonia count?? After all my homeopathic methods failed I ended up with a z-pack... : I hate to do that but honestly, I've been sick for 2 weeks and I cannot be DD (the baby) sick. So, $10 for antibiotics and DH spent $40 at the grocery store BUT it was all in our cash/grocery budget.

Dh took DS to an amusement park today ( we have passes) and I packed a cooler so that was FREE!

Crunchy- - Well, I have probably 7 - 8 doz dipes. My mistake was buying what worked with DS...(mainly pocket dipes) and they don't work on DD! DH and I are horrified! We LOVE our pocket dipes! I mean, we have them in all colors, all sizes... just love them, but I can't get them to work on a girl! Ok, let's get real here. For my DS, I just used micro/cloth folded into thirds and folded over at the ends so all his "boy" parts were covered. For my DD, I *always* end up with leaks! How is that? I can't stuff them right to get rid of the leaks! DD loves prefolds, so I have a ton of those and covers, but only a pocket works at night and I can't even get that to work on her at night! Any suggestions???

My $$ problem is rightahead... my very dear niece is getting married on Saturday. I love her so much... so very, very much! I want to get her something special... That will cost money. BUT, I'm going to control that. Her new husband will soon be in Iraq (again) so I will have plenty of opportunities to give in other ways very woon. Also, on Saturday it is a cousins bday and my brother's bday! Dh did my brother's present out of his "allowance" so it wasn't out of our account.

: I guess I am kinda loosing it? Gotta get some control....
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May 19 -
May 20 - I bought a shower sprayer like my mom has becaues it was on clearance and I wanted to be sure to get one for our new house.
May 21 -
DH and I went "window shopping" today, we were looking at refrigerators and washers for our new house. We wanted to get a feel for what we want to buy, so if we can get lucky and find something similar used we will know what a "20 cu ft w/drawer freezer" fridge actually looks like. That and we just needed to get out of the house a little bit. It was fun. I made tea before we left and we took some with us, so we weren't even tempted by the coke machines.
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I had a great weekend. Saturday we went to a birthday party. The boy was turning 1, so I raided Amelia's closet and found a couple books- one I'd bought as a gift for someone else, one that she just never had an interest in. I also found a card that I'd never used and some plain red wrapping paper fron Christmas. We had a great time at the party, and ended up staying after everyone else left and eating dinner there (instead of going out for dinner as we'd planned). The big bonus was that Jason really hit it off with my friend's husband and they're making plans to hang out.

Yesterday I went through the BAGS of clothes that my friend gave me. She'd done a major prune of her clothes, so she offered to let me take them. I have an amazing number of shirts now. Seriously, my wardrobe doubled...easily. I also pulled some stuff out (some with tags still on them!) to keep around for gifts. We also went to the park and then spend a good part of the afternoon making dinner.

Today we went to the park again and then hung out outside while I clipped coupons.

I'm definitely up for keeping this going. Of course, the real test for me will be when Jason gets a job and we actually DO have extra money to tempt me!

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I'm joining mid-month-ish, which I hope is okay. We've got to get things under control--we've got some credit card debt that we're not making headway on and that's a problem. I'm getting a HELOC to solve that problem and lower our payments. In the process of talking with my banker yesterday, she asked if I knew that our checking account was badly overdrawn--I didn't. In error, we paid our mortgage twice this month. We don't have the money to cover it until I'm paid the end of the month--and at that point, we'll be short for some other bills. It's bad--hopefully temporary, but bad.

We've set a particular amount of spending money for each of us for the month--whatever we don't spend goes into the tattoo fund (we both want more and can't really justify spending the money right now). I'm hoping that if I check in here about what I'm spending, it'll help me not spend it.

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Updating for yesterday...

May 1: -$173.85 on shoes
May 2:
May 3: +$89.90 on returned shoes, -$109.90 on more shoes
May 4: -$8ish on lunch
May 5: -$28ish on books
May 6: +$28ish on returned books, -$12.99 on skirt (which I'm going to return), -$30ish on mother's day card/present, +$64 turned in change
May 7: -$8ish on lunch, -$56 on running shoes
May 8: -$6ish on coffee and muffin, -$4.50 on lunch, -$65ish at Ross on summer tops and work out clothes, +$12.99 on returned skirt
May 9: -$6ish for lunch, -$3.50 for dinner, -$40ish at two thrift stores (mostly on stuff to re-sell, but still)
May 10: -$19ish on drinks
May 11: -$6ish on lunch, -$9 at the thrift store (again resale stuff), -$26 at the other thrift store (again, resale)
May 12:
May 13: (+$45ish in stuff I returned, too!)
May 14: (+$165.90 returned shoes)
May 15: -$82ish at Ross
May 16: +$43ish Ross returns, -$21ish new running shoes (finally, and so cheap!), -$10ish food, (edited to add) $35ish on much-needed swimsuit
May 17: -$55 haircut, -$11ish Savers
May 18: -$10ish food, -$13ish thrifting, +$90 thrift resale profit
May 19:
May 20: -$25 concert admission, -$18 drinks
May 21: -$8 lunch
May 22 (so far): +$91.44 from PayPal (Ebay sales and a bit of freelance writing)

Running total: -$269ish
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In order to keep on with my no spending I need a gift idea for my brother's 13th birthday which is in TWO days! Opps. Anybody have any ideas?
Can you burn him some mix CDs?
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Doing pretty well sticking closely to a budget this month. April was decent, May's been good, hopefully June will rock!
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I just got off the phone with our Visa people. They lowered my rate and gave me a decent promo rate on a cash advance to solve our mortgage error in the short-term. It's going to cost us some money to fix it, but not as much as not fixing it would cost. :
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Ug. I know it's hard, but it's so good that are you are facing this all head-on and dealing with it in an intelligent manner, rather than burying your head in the sand. You'll be the better for it in the end.

And I feel your pain.
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Oh, I buried my head last night. In the light of day, after good sleep and good s*x, everything is better.
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Frog: sex...what's that?? by the time the babes are in bed I am DONE!!!!

Ok, went to WAlly world to check prices (didn't buy one single thing!) and yes, they really are that much cheaper. I was amazed. Lots of ethnic stuff was waaay cheaper. I really am in shock. I think our next grocery trip I will just try it. Once. Then see if the price difference is worth the hassle. The closest super walmart is about 15 min. away and is the busiest one in the entire USA so it is always a mob scene. However, this morning it didn't look busy at all. *sigh* we shall see.

So, spent $25 at the dr's today BUT he ended up saving me $250!!! He is willing to write a prescription for me that a specialist usually does (who is not on our insurance so we have to pay cash, full price). Anyway, he wrote me six months worth so I ended up saving so much money!!!

Made the oatmeal muffins off of Hillbilly Housewife's website and they rock - I just added some craisins. So yummy I made a double batch for breakfasts for the coming week!
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Frog: sex...what's that?? by the time the babes are in bed I am DONE!!!!
No babies here, yet. We're getting it while we can!
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Thanks for the suggestions for my brother's birthday. I think I'm going to mix him some cds. :-)

Today is a no spend day again! yay!

May 1
May 2
May 3 ($14.61 Wal-Mart groceries, $15.98 Piggly Wiggly groceries)
May 4
May 5 X ($4.07 gas station 2 drinks and snacks, $6 Air Show 2 drinks, $9 Arby's supper. ***Made $20 at family yard sale)
May 6
May 7
May 8
May 9 X ($1.38 bookstore Mother's Day, $14.61 Piggly Wiggly, $36.58 Wal-Mart, $18.61 Goody's Gift Card)
May 10 X ($6.85 Piggly Wiggly, $8.90 Dollar General (Mother's Day, gift closet, birthday party)
May 11 X ($9.07 Dollar General)
May 12 X ($13 Walden Books mother's day)
May 13
May 14 X ($20.82 Snapfish pics of CJ)
May 15
May 16 X ($56.68 Wal-Mart groceries, $3.22 Dollar General, $4.25 Food Lion flowers, $4 movie rental)
May 17
May 18
May19 X ($5 breakfast, $8 yard sale, $23.87 Golden Corral, $24 Wal-Mart (chicken, baby needs) ***Made $48 at yard sale)
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This is a great thread. I'll be signing up in June!!
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This is a great thread. I'll be signing up in June!!

Oh, come on! I joined today!
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Welcome Frog and OliveGirl...Frog is right, OliveGirl...you need to start NOW. You can think of the last ten days of May as a practice run for the real saving in June...but now is a ~great~ time to start.

May 1...
May 2...
May 3... $105
May 4... $23
May 5... $9.50
May 6...
May 7...
May 8... $6
May 9...
May 10.. $6.50
May 11.. $18.43
May 12..
May 13..
May 14..
May 15..
May 16..
May 17.. $26.82
May 18.. $6
May 19..
May 20..
May 21..
May 22..

Woohoo!! Four day streak...

 

 

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We met up with some other Moms and kids at our local high school track this morning and the Moms walked and talked while the kids biked. It was fun morning, and totally free.

Frugal Progress:

1. CD Eleanor
2. Hung our laundry out to dry (*side note: Our electricity bill was $30 cheaper than it has EVER been this month. I think it was due to not using the dryer. Thank you!!!!! to the person who suggested this to me)
3. Left wallet at home when we went out
4. Drove by McDonald's because I had no wallet

Kelly -- Did you think of a gift for your brother? I would probably just go out and get him something and consider that one of the necessary purchases...because it is customary in our culture to buy new gifts for significant people in our lives and there is no getting around that. It is not you spending money recklessly, it is just part of how Americans (and Canadians) interact. I ended up buying DH a gift, and I didn't count it in our thumb tally...because really sometimes there is no getting around it. I can be cheap with myself, but not with people I love, kWIM?

 

 

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May 1 around $9
May 2:
May 3
May 4
May 5: $3
May 6
May 7
May 8 $4
May 9 I spent but I don't remember how much
May 10
May 11 $2
May 12 $11 on Italians and doughnuts
May 13
May 14
May 15
May 16
May 17
May 18
May 19 $19 on lunch, $25 on pillows
May 20
May 21
May 22

Another streak perhaps? Hopefully! We went grocery shopping today and it was downright EASY to not buy anything that wasn't on the list. I am just so happy. I like feeling so in control when in a store.

babymakes3- Maybe you could make your brother some food to go with the CDs? Every guy in my family loves home baked goods.

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Prudence I think I might make him a mix cd or either a candy bouquet. Or maybe both.
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5/22

We just picked Jason's motorcycle up from our friends' house this morning. I went to Kohl's but Amelia was cranky, so we didn't stay long and didn't buy anything.

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We hit up the clearance aisle.
We got a kitchen scale that DH had been wanting, at 1/3 price, a programmable thermostat for our new house at probably 40% off and a great webcam (that I was wanting) for almost half price.
EEeek!
But, eh, it's not a big deal really. We've been talking about getting a little scale since we got married but we didn't want to pay too much for one. The thermostat I wanted anyway and that was a good deal, and the webcam I had already said we'd keep an eye out for a bargin on one SO it wasn't just stuff we randomly saw and wanted right then.
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Kelly -- Good idea!! What is a candy bouquet? Whatever it is, it sounds like it would be a good gift for a 13 year old.

Go Jessica and Scrap!

 

 

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Today's update:

May 1: -$173.85 on shoes
May 2:
May 3: +$89.90 on returned shoes, -$109.90 on more shoes
May 4: -$8ish on lunch
May 5: -$28ish on books
May 6: +$28ish on returned books, -$12.99 on skirt (which I'm going to return), -$30ish on mother's day card/present, +$64 turned in change
May 7: -$8ish on lunch, -$56 on running shoes
May 8: -$6ish on coffee and muffin, -$4.50 on lunch, -$65ish at Ross on summer tops and work out clothes, +$12.99 on returned skirt
May 9: -$6ish for lunch, -$3.50 for dinner, -$40ish at two thrift stores (mostly on stuff to re-sell, but still)
May 10: -$19ish on drinks
May 11: -$6ish on lunch, -$9 at the thrift store (again resale stuff), -$26 at the other thrift store (again, resale)
May 12:
May 13: (+$45ish in stuff I returned, too!)
May 14: (+$165.90 returned shoes)
May 15: -$82ish at Ross
May 16: +$43ish Ross returns, -$21ish new running shoes (finally, and so cheap!), -$10ish food, (edited to add) $35ish on much-needed swimsuit
May 17: -$55 haircut, -$11ish Savers
May 18: -$10ish food, -$13ish thrifting, +$90 thrift resale profit
May 19:
May 20: -$25 concert admission, -$18 drinks
May 21: -$8 lunch
May 22: +$91.44 from PayPal (Ebay sales and a bit of freelance writing), -$5 for lunch, -$79 for sandals

Running total: -$352ish

On the money saving front, I decided not to extend my upcoming trip, as changing my plane ticket would have cost nearly $200.
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Yesterday was a by some miracle :. I had every intention of spending but didn't, probably because I spent the whole day waiting to hear from mom. I'm too tired to go through my run down right now.

Mom decided to let us borrow the car, yay! I put gas in our car and $20 didn't even put a quarter of a tank in . Thankfully mom's car is somewhat cheaper on gas. I wasn't going to let our tank go down so low, but when FIL borrowed our car, he used all our gas and with the passing in the family, I didn't want to say anything about it.

THe next two days won't be frugal for us, but since it will probably be the only time we get out of town this summer, I don't care. We are going to stock up on bulk essentials we can't get here and produce as where we're going is the agricultural center of my province and cheaper than here. Plus we promised the kids BK for lunch. We won't have to buy supper tonight or lunch tommorow so that's not so bad. It's not like I'm going to go hog wild and spend all our reserves

See you all in a few days!!
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22: $7.50 on lunch date with turtle, $2.80 on donuts
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May 2...
May 3... $105
May 4... $23
May 5... $9.50
May 6...
May 7...
May 8... $6
May 9...
May 10.. $6.50
May 11.. $18.43
May 12..
May 13..
May 14..
May 15..
May 16..
May 17.. $26.82
May 18.. $6
May 19..
May 20..
May 21..
May 22..
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Prudence Its a bouquet made out of candy bars. I adore making them. I just have to go to town and buy the candy. I hate going to town now that gas is over $3.10 a gallon. It has NEVER been that much here.

Yesterday was a and hopefully today will be to other than the candy and things I need for the bouquet.
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