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As the school-free days of summer draw to an end, many are finding themselves faced with the hustle and bustle of Back to School shopping trips or perhaps trying to squeeze in one last vacation. These last minute activities can take a huge amount out of the time and money budget. So, while we can’t help you generate more hours in the day, we can help you with ways to save money and perhaps even a bit of time, too! Be sure to check out these deals form Coupon Claim.

$avings from Coupon Claim:

Free Shipping on all order over $75  at PacSun.  

Capture those First Day of School memories, make report writing easier, or upgrade your computer’s memory with a visit to NewEgg.com. At Coupon Claim, we have a plethora of coupons available to help you meet all those last minute school needs.

To organize all those school supplies, be sure to check out the Stack and Stacks coupons on Coupon Claim. At S&S, you are sure to find just the right item(s) for all your back to school storage and organization needs.

 

Freebie$:

New Scott® Extra Soft Tissue brings you more value than ever before. It’s our softest and thickest ever. Limit one offer per household. Offer good while supplies last. Please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery.

Make those school night meals easy by using your crock pot. Here is a free cookbook to get you started. 

If you need your coffee to get going in the morning, you will want to grab this free sample of SoZo Gourmet Coffee

 

$hallow Pocket Tips:

Shallow Pocket Tips

To save you money and hopefully, some time as well, here are some Shallow Pocket Tips for using common household items for a variety of jobs. This month, we have a few that can help make school mornings a bit easier.

Cornstarch: Untangle Knots
Sprinkling cornstarch into tough knots, such as shoe laces helps loosen them.

Banana Peel: Polish Leather Shoes
Use the inside of a banana peel to give shoes a professional and natural shine that will last for quite some time.

Dryer Sheets: Gets Rid of Static Electricity
Use dryer sheets to remove static electricity from things such as clothing, TV screens or your own hair. Tame fly away strands by running a dryer sheet over them.

Whipped Cream: Remove Gum from Hair
There are many remedies for removing gum from hair, but this is a lesser known one. Give it a try rather than peanut butter the next time you’re in need.

Olive Oil: Unstick a Zipper
The oil will help the zipper slide more easily, fixing the problem!

Newspapers: Clean Windows and Mirrors
Instead of using a spray and a streaky cloth, use only newspaper to clean off your mirrors and windows for a streak-free finish.

Rubbing Alcohol: Remove Permanent Marker
Dab the surface that has the permanent marker on it with a cloth or cotton ball covered in rubbing alcohol to make it disappear quickly.

 

Frugality & Food :

cooking items, veggies, stock pot

There’s nothing like a dish that is easy to make, taste great, is healthy and doesn’t break the budget. Here is one that meets these criteria—in fact, it can be made for $1.50 per serving.

Almost Lasagna

1 pound elbow macaroni, cooked, (or other similarly shaped pasta-like small shells)

1 pound Ground turkey, (or beef, chicken, sausage or tofu crumbles)

1 jar Pasta Sauce, (26 ounces)

freshly grated Parmesan cheese

2 eggs

1 pound Ricotta cheese

2 cups mozzarella cheese, shredded

2 cups Veggies , (diced zucchini, matchstick carrots, etc.)

salt and pepper

  • Brown meat and drain well, if necessary.
  • While meat is cooking, stir together eggs, ricotta, grated Parmesan and salt and pepper.
  • Mix cooked meat, macaroni, sauce and veggies. Add ricotta mixture and blend well.
  • Coat a 9-by-13 baking pan with cooking spray or olive oil and spread half of macaroni mixture evenly over the bottom. Top with a cup of mozzarella and a healthy sprinkle of grated Parmesan. Add the remaining macaroni mixture and top with another cup of mozzarella and another sprinkle of Parmesan. Cover with foil.
  • Coat a 9-by-13 baking pan with cooking spray or olive oil and spread half of macaroni mixture evenly over the bottom. Top with a cup of mozzarella and a healthy sprinkle of grated Parmesan. Add the remaining macaroni mixture and top with another cup of mozzarella and another sprinkle of Parmesan. Cover with foil.
  • Heat your oven to 350 degrees F and bake the casserole for 20 minutes. Uncover and bake for another 10 to 20 minutes until the cheese on top is lightly browned and bubbly.

 

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