I am still working on the blog issues. I am ready to tear my hair out. I still engage in frugal activities.
I love my blog. I hate computer programming issues.
Here’s a bit of frugal talk to tide you over:
Yesterday I arranged a get together with my friend Sasha, we drank tea at the house and then we walked over to the library where I returned a book. I then hung out with her as she ate some pad Thai from a food cart. I held off on getting anything to eat as my father was coming over for a late lunch.
My father and I then drove over to the Bob’s Red Mill store where we enjoyed a lovely meal, thanks to a buy-one-get-one-free lunch coupon. (I have three of them and they never expire!) We then shopped for bulk goods and used BOGO and 75 -off any one item Chinook Book coupons. We then went across the street to the Dave’s Killer Bread Outlet, where I bought 12 loaves of bread for the freezer. Buying them in this manner brings the price down from $5 per loaf to $2 per loaf. And yes, I did use my Chinook Book coupon, so one of those loaves was free! (The bread freezes beautifully and seems to last forever and a day.)
I did splurge on nice grass-fed blah, blah, blah $6/pound hamburger from New Seasons Market for dinner. (The only way I buy ground beef.) My older son is learning to cook, and he wanted to make bleu cheese burgers.
Today and tomorrow I work, so I won’t have the time to address any blog issues; but if you’re not getting your non-consumer fix, you can always head over to the always active (and private) Non-Consumer Advocate Facebook Group.
I will get these issues figured out soon, I promise.
The only trouble is that I’ll be bald by the time that ever happens.
“Use it up, wear it out, make it do or do without.”
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