Clorox Bleach Just $0.89 at Target

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Target has Clorox Bleach, 64 oz bottles, on sale this week for $1.89 each.  Stack your coupons and you will pick up 2 bottles for only $0.89 each!!

 

If you don’t live near Target, you can also find these deals at your other stores:

WALMART
DOLLAR GENERAL
HYVEE

 


New Month = New Coupons. More Than 400 Coupons To Print!

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Welcome to October!  This month means fall weather (eventually), Halloween, falling leaves — and of course — new coupons!!  There were a TON of them released today, so make sure you print all of them while you can!  Here is a very small sampling of what you will find:

 

FOODS

 

$1.10 off of two Hershey’s Snack Size Bags, 9-22 oz
$1.00 off of one Laughing Cow Cheese Spread
$1.00 off of one Better Than Oats, 8 or 10 ct
$1.00 off of four Progresso Soups
$0.75 off of Kix Cereal
$1.00 off of one Weight Watchers Cheese or Cream Cheese Product
$1.00 off of one Sunsweet Ones, 7 oz or 12 oz
$1.00 off of one Dole Garden Soup
$0.75 off of one Cocoa Puffs Cereal
Free Ground Beef with purchase of 3 Classic Helper Meals

PERSONAL CARE

 

$1.50 off of one Colgate Enamel Health Toothpaste
$3.00 off of one Playtex Tampons
$3.00 off of two Aveeno Products
$1.00 off of one NYC Color Product priced $1+
$2.00 off of Venus Razors, $7.95+ (excludes disposables)
$4.00 off of one Dr. Scholl’s Active Series Inserts
$1.00 off of Stayfree
$2.00 off of any Schick Quattro for Women or Intuition Razor or Refill (excludes disposables)
$3.00 off ofany OPTI-FREE Solution, 10 oz +

 

BABY / CHILD

$2.00 off of one Huggies Snug & Dry
$1.00 off of two Huggies Wipes
$2.25 off of one Pull-Ups
$2.00 off of one Pampers Swaddlers AND wipes, 56 ct+
$2.00 off of one Pampers Cruisers AND Wipes, 56 ct+
$2.00 off of one Dreft Detergent
$3.00 off of Gerber Good Start
$1.00 off of Baby Orajel Naturals Teething Product
$3.00 off of Baby Spa products

 

HOUSEHOLD

 

$2.00 off of two Tide, Gain, and/or Downy Products
$1.50 off of one Tide Boost
$2.00 off of one Tide Pods, 31 ct+
$0.75 off of one Clorox Glass Wipes
$1.00 off of two Pine-Sol Products
$0.75 off of one Febreeze Product
$1.00 off of one Clorox 2 Product
$1.00 off of one OxiClean Laundry Detergent
$1.00 off of one Cascde Dish Detergent AND rinse agent

 

Again, this is an extremely small sample of all of the coupons available.  Click HERE to check out the entire list!!!

 

 

 

Kansas City Royals Playoff Apparel is Still Available! #takethecrown

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It was a late night last night here in Kansas City — but they did it!  What a game that was!   There is still time for you to order your Kansas City Royalsplayoff apparel (or of course, any other team making the playoffs)!

This is not something that is on sale.  These items won’t even qualify for Shoprunner shipping.  However, this is a great day for Royals fans, so if you want to celebrate, you will want to order your items before they are sold out!

Visit MLBShop.com and click on the KC button (or you will see it on the home page slide banner) and order yours!  #TAKETHECROWN

NatureMade Gummies Only $4.79 at Target (After coupons and gift card)

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This week, Target is offering a free $5 gift card with the purchase of select Nature Made vitamins.  One of these includes Fish Oil Gummies which are priced at $10.29.  When you combine a manufacturer’s coupon, Target coupon and your gift card, your net total drops to just $4.79!!!

Here is how to work this deal:

Quickly Identify Target Coupons From Manufacturer’s Coupons

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We all love printing those Target coupons, but nothing is more frustrating than printing one out to find out that it is not a store coupon, but just a manufacturer’s coupon!  UGH!  That can be a waste of paper, ink — and your time!  That should happen NO MORE!!  Target has just simplified this process for us!

They did not change the wording, which is how you can tell just by glancing at the coupons.  The following is the wording you will find to know if it is a Target Store coupon or Manufcaturer’s coupon:

  • “When you buy” – usually indicates that this is a manufacturer’s coupon available on Target’s website.
  • “With purchase of” – usually indicates that this is a Target store coupon.
  • Product name only – usually indicates that this is a Target store coupon.

We use to have to inspect the element to know for sure too, but now, you can not only quickly find out if a coupon is a store coupon or not – you can even find out when the coupon expires!

When you visit Target’s coupon page, you will see the list of coupons, as seen below.  When you hover on one of them, you will see it pop up and have the wording Target Coupon and an expiration date or it will show only an expiration date.  Those with Target coupon and the date are Target store coupons and those with only a date are manufacturer’s coupons!  It is just that simple!

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List you see when first landing on the page

 

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What you will see if you hover on either of these coupons –
Target Coupon and the expiration date

 

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What you will see if you hover on this coupon –
Manufacturer’s coupon due to only seeing expiration date

 

That’s it!  That is the simplest way to tell what type of coupon you will find before you print it out!  Isn’t that simple?  Now, visit Target.com and get busy printing!!!

 

Stay At Home Parenting: Re-Entering the Work Force

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As your children get older and begin attending school, you may be thinking about returning to work. Whether intimidating or exciting, you’re likely experiencing a full spectrum of emotion regarding a return to full or part-time work. Depending upon your career field, the transition from being a stay-at-home-parent to returning to work will require some preparation.

 

A Foot In The Door

 

As you begin, be sure and set realistic expectations for yourself when applying and interviewing for jobs. Don’t ignore the gap in your resume, or expect potential employers to, either. As you make updates, avoid trending terminology such as a ‘domestic goddess’ or ‘household manager’.

You’re better served simply explaining that you took time off to raise your family and use the moment to explain how you kept professional skills sharp with fitting anecdotes. For example, if you’ve worked with a neighborhood or school committee, highlight your involvement and how you helped streamline operations. Emphasize the kinds of connections you made and highlight how you work well with others. Examples like this are helpful for anyone, but invaluable for parents reentering the workforce.

 

Cast A Wide Net

 

No matter how long it’s been since you last worked outside the home, it’s in your best interest to get in touch with former co-workers. They can provide great insight into current operations if you’re considering re-applying to a former company. Or, if they have changed jobs, they can give you advice on approaching open positions at their current company or share their perception on job hunting.

Attending networking events for professionals in your industry is another great way to reacquaint yourself with the market. Not only are these events another great way of catching up on the latest trends, it’s an invaluable technique for finding jobs where you can apply your skills.

As radical as the idea may be for some, it’s important not to overlook changing professions entirely. You may find that stay-at-home-parenting has sharpened abilities such as organization or that the market shifts in your past profession leave much to be desired. Stay open to new opportunities. As you’re navigating a changing workforce, don’t forget that you’ll need to make big changes at home, too.

 

Updating More Than Your Resume

 

Depending on how long you’ve been out of the workforce, you may need to spend some time catching up on the latest developments that affect your industry. If it’s been a few years since you filed out a W-2, you should consider taking some evening classes or becoming recertified, if necessary, to get caught up on new methods or technology. You’ll also want to consider some updates at home.

Spend some time (and budgeted money) on yourself and freshen up your wardrobe. Donate your outdated items and invest in some updated items. Not only are tailored pants and a new blouse ideal for an interview, a new outfit will also give you a boost of confidence. After you’ve tackled your closet, you and your partner may want to look in the garage.

If transitioning from home to work means a longer commute for you or your spouse, take into account mileage and gas costs of your current vehicle(s). A big SUV may be ideal for playgroups and visits to relatives, but daily drives to-and-from the office can be a big drain on the wallet. A more cost-effective or reliable vehicle or even car-pooling may be a better choice for your family.

 

Making It Work So You Can Work

 

When you start back to work, or even beforehand, you need to have a discussion with your partner, your boss, your children’s school or daycare and other family members or friends, about scheduling. If you can get pick-ups, drop-offs, and on-call emergency or illness help figured out beforehand, you’ll breath a lot easier when returning to work. Find out what you absolutely cannot change (such as pick-up times at day care) and then build your schedule around these immovable standards. If you need to come into work earlier so you can leave on time, talk to your boss or manager about doing so.

Once you’ve established a workable schedule, take initiative and organize the coming-and-goings of your family. Use an online calendar template through Gmail or Outlook, an app or even set up a physical ‘command center’ in your kitchen. Whatever method works best for you will make life easier for everyone. It’s also a great idea to create folders with copies of your child’s important information. If the daycare calls and you’re stuck in a meeting, your on-call babysitter or a grandparent may need a signed permission slip or copies of the child’s insurance card for medical purposes and immunization records.

Thinking ahead as your prepare to return to work will make your transition smooth. With the support of your family and co-workers, you can apply an equal focus on your career and home life and while tackling everything from last minute science fair entries to tight deadlines at the office.

 

This concludes our series about the decisions families make when a parent chooses to change roles and become a stay-at-home parent. For more advice on navigating financials or saving up for your growing family, click here for friendly advice from the CommunityAmerica Credit Union Savin’ Mavens. This post was written by Maven Sheri Baker.

 

NEW Printable Coupon For Tai Pei Appetizers + Deal at Walmart!

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You can grab a pretty great deal using the $1.50/1 Tai Pei Appetizer printable coupon these come down to $2.48 at Walmart. The coupon does states appetizer, however the words appetizer don’t seem to be written on any of the Tai Pei products including the fried green beans,and spring rolls. 

 

Free Crème Brulee Shake at Arby’s (With Purchase King’s Hawaiian BBQ Brisket Sandwich)

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Starting today, when you purchase a King’s Hawaiian BBQ Brisket Sandwich, Arby’s is giving everyone a FREE Crème Brulee Shake!  Just print your coupon and take it with you to get this freebie!  As usual with these types of offers, it is available only at participating locations, so ask before you try to redeem your coupon.

Offer not valid with any other coupons or offers.  Available while supplies last at participating locations.  Valid only from 10/1/14 – 10/7/14

What’s Free In Stores This Week!!

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There are always freebies at your favorite store, but finding them may be challenging.  We’ve got some of the week’s BEST freebies which you can find a some of your favorite stores, all in one place!

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67% Off Bosch Benchtop Router Table

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Head on over to Amazon and check out the deal of the day on a Bosch Benchtop Router Table.  This same table is selling for $174 + taxes online at Home Depot! Grab it here for $117.50 before the price jumps back up! What an awesome holiday gift this would be!

  • Benchtop router table is compatible with most routers
  • Includes 2 adjustable featherboards, dust collection port, dual outlet switch and 6-foot power cord
  • Aluminum fence with MDF face plates and aluminum router mounting plate
  • Includes mounting hardware for a variety of routers
  • Work surface measures 27-inches by 18-inches

Shipping is free on select items for Amazon Prime members, or if you spend $35 on qualifying Amazon purchases. Prices and availability subject to change. Make sure you confirm the price prior to purchase. If the price noted above differs from what you see online, it simply means that this deal has expired since the time it was posted. If you have not yet tried Prime, you can sign up for a free 30 day trial to see what you think before you buy!