Rite Aid | $1.66 DiGiorno Pizzas! (Great for Superbowl!)

DiGiorno Pizza

UPDATE: Here’s an even BETTER deal scenario thanks to reader Eloise! :)

Did you use your $2/2 DiGiorno Coupons yet?  No?  GOOD!

Because starting 1/25 Rite Aid will  be giving out a $5 UP Reward (limit 2), when you buy $15 on select Grocery items. Luckily for us, there are several hot items included in the sale including Digiorno pizzas!

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Baby Bjorn Carrier only $57 Shipped! (Reg $100)

Baby Bjorn Carrier only $57 Shipped! (Reg $100)

Right now on Amazon, score a CRAZY good deal on the highly-rated Baby Bjorn carrier, only $56.99 – reg $99.95!

Jamie here – I owned a BabY Bjorn with my babies – but ONLY because I happened to find one at a consignment store and even then I paid around $40!  They are worth it though – great comfortable baby carriers with TONS of high marks!

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I am a sock genius! (Kids’ Sock-Matching Hack)

I’m not a good housekeeper.  I try – honestly I do – and sometimes I do it well, and the kids lunches are made the night before, the rooms are all tidy, the dishes washed and the laundry done.  But lots of times the laundry is NOT done – or at least is not folded – and I blame that entirely on the fact that my laundry room is in the basement and the basement has a door I can close.  (Out of sight, out of mind)  :)

 

So this inevitably leads to a school morning sock free-for-all, where my four boys dig through a MASSIVE pile of similar looking socks, trying to find a pair.  I also have one sock-obsessed 6 year old who will only wear 3 of the 200 pairs we own, because “those 3 don’t get lumpy”.

After they left for school this morning in the usual whirlwind, I sat down guiltily to fold enough socks for the rest of the week.  They all look so similar, but are all different sizes/ankle heights and it took me a good long while to match up 7 or 8 pair.  I even tried to get my 4 year old to help me – by telling him we were playing a matching game (He loves those) That’s when inspiration grabbed me!

I ran to the kitchen to grab some colored sharpies. I drew shapes on the feet-part of matched pairs, so they will be easy to spot in a pile.  My 4 year old yelled out which shapes he wanted me to draw, and I just went at it.  Here are a few:

I think this will help the kids find their matches in the morning – when mom’s dropped the ball (Let’s just be honest, it’s going to happen again).  Not only that – the little ones will think it’s fun to dig out matching pair and hand them to me – like a game!

Heck, I might up the ante and throw some alphabet letters on the next batch – so we can practice our letters!

Do you have any little tips you would like to share that help you in everyday life?  I thought it might be fun to post some practical reader-tips once in awhile, so leave your comment and I might contact you to do a post like the one I just did above!