Frugal Living - Challenge 2019 Daily Frugal Challenge

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  1. KmmCo

    KmmCo Well-Known Member Trader Group

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    We had a super nice time at Capitol Reef park and at Zion. The weather was really nice both days and the parks were not crowded.... I ate out 2 times and DH went out for a gourmet burger another night while I microwaved some leftovers....

    Got into Las Vegas last night and got a few groceries at Walmart ($26). Today was a "chore day" with laundry, dishes, and a car wash/interior clean up. We also went to the required timeshare sales pitch for our cheap stay of $66 a night.... We spent 3 hours there - kind of like a bad reality show on TV - just kept watching it hoping it would get better! Anyway, we left with $168 worth of show tickets to a show that I wanted to see (KA at the MGM Grand) and our wallets intact.... The guy asked about our hobbies and I kinda of giggled inside because I wanted to say "going to sales pitches to get free stuff" but I didn't dare too do that.

    Anyway, last night we had a shrimp alfredo (Birdeye Viola frozen). Breakfast was bacon and a cheese omelet. Lunch was a salad for me and a ham sandwich for DH (we had leftover ham that I brought from home to finish up). Tonight DH made hamburger helper and green beans for dinner. The condo we are in only has a 2 burner cooktop, so I am trying to do simple meals...

    Tomorrow morning, I am making pancakes. I brought the mix and syrup from home along with couple of sticks of butter. I like road trips because it is easy to pack up the cooler and bring along a sack of groceries. We spent our money on meat,milk, salad fixings, and misc other produce. I had to buy a couple of things that I needed at walmart too like quart ziplocks and one toiletry item that I emptied at the hotel on Sunday morning. (I knew that it was almost empty before leaving home, but that it was something I could get at walmart.) My next "big" shopping trip will be on Friday before going to the Airbnb at Joshua Tree.

    By the way, I "donated" $20 to the casino when we went to pick up the actual show tickets (for tomorrow night). I think I am done gambling already on this trip! Tonight, I might go sit in the hottub a bit. I am going to go to Lake Meade and enjoy a little more outdoor time during the day tomorrow. I have the park pass already and I may as well use it.
     
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    Lake Mead is not all that spectacular unless you have a boat. We only spent a little time there, then we got lunch at Great Harvest Bread. I had never tried that before. The sandwiches were really good ($20 for two meals), but the prices on the bread loaves and little gift things were stupidly expensive....

    Spent another $20 at Walmart on the way back to the room. We needed a soda restock and I picked up a few grocery items too.

    The show was really cool last night! We were in row four just right of center stage. Not bad seats for free.... DH spent $9 on popcorn though - ouch!

    Today we are just packing up for road trip to Grand Canyon. We will eat lunch at Kingman AZ. (hoping DH will go for Cracker Barrel as I have gift card for there!) Cabin is paid for at Grand canyon and I have a small cooler with sandwich stuff for dinner there.)

    My only plan for tonight is to try and photograph sunset with my new camera. I think some of my photos of Capitol Reef and Zion came out good. I might use them for some artwork/home decor later.
     
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    The day at the Grand Canyon was kinda meh... Too cold to walk much outside so we went to the museums and indoor displays, snapped a few outdoor photos, and visited the gift shops. We had lunch at the food court of one of the hotels. DH had a cheeseburger and I had a really yummy bowl of chili. It was $24 after adding in drinks and a desert for DH.

    We are in a hotel now that has a microwave, so we just heated up some leftover stuff from the cooler for dinner...

    Gassed up at Circle K tonight and it took my Kroger loyalty # for a .10 off per gallon. I was pleased to get that discount. We were pretty empty today. The last gas I got was in Kingman at lunchtime yesterday....

    By the way, we did get Cracker Barrel yesterday and it only cost us $5.29 cash after the gift card. The main reason we went over was because we gave a cash tip and we also grabbed a couple of cold bottles of cream soda to go.
     
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    Grand Canyon was cold. We did mostly inside museums/displays and just snapped a few pictures outside. Bought lunch at the food court instead of picnic - a big bowl of CHILI hit the spot for me. Had a lot of fun watching trick-or-treaters in downtown Williams Az though after we left. Yesterday we drove to Joshua Tree area via Lake Havasau and saw the London Bridge and lots of scenic desert too....

    We had microwaved leftovers for two nights in a row. Today we cooked lunch (brats) and dinner (country fried steaks). I had stopped at Walmart in Parker, AZ before heading here to California for a few groceries. Glad that I didn't buy produce as I forgot about the agriculture inspection point! (I thought I was gonna lose my remaining bananas, but the inspector lady said they were okay.)

    Drove thru Joshua Tree NP today and it was really neat! We did a lot of touristy looking and a lot of picture taking. Got to listen to the same ranger twice (at different locations). Didn't realize the San Andreas fault runs though the valley behind the park and learned a little about that geology. Tomorrow we will do a picnic lunch and some hiking in the park.:)
     
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    After leaving Joshua Tree we were bad and ate out a lot! Had dinner at a brewery in Prescott that was really good. Expensive but good Mexican lunch in Sedona. Lunch at the visitor center at Petrified Forest. (Navajo Taco was giant, but I managed to eat it all!) Pizza for lunch in Albuquerque. Lunch again yesterday in Pueblo Co on the way home. At least we did microwaved leftovers for dinners for 3 nights.

    We stopped into one extra National Monument that was unplanned on Tuesday (Tuzigoot) in Arizona as we were driving near it anyway. There were a couple of others that we went close too, but didn't have time to stop (in both Arizona and New Mexico). One in New Mexico looked cool as it had a walk trail around an old lava flow area - gonna leave that on my list for another time.

    Wednesday, we spent the day at Petrified Forest. It was overcast all day and did sprinkle just a bit. The real downpour started just as we were leaving the park and we hit rain off and on all the way to Gallup where our next overnight was....

    Thursday, we made it to Santa Fe just at 3 pm to check in to hotel. We threw the food in the fridge then headed straight to Meow Wolf. ($25 with a senior discount - graying hair pays!) It was a ton of fun and we spent about 3 hours there....

    Friday we made it a point not to rush out of the hotel, since all we were doing was driving home anyway. We took our time and stopped at a couple of rest areas to stretch. We ate a late lunch out, stopped at a sporting good store for something I wanted, and stopped to stretch again at an outlet mall about 40 minutes from the house. Got in at about 730 pm and just unloaded food and dirty laundry. I went to bed without even eating dinner, so I don't know what DH did for dinner last night.

    Today has just been unpacking and errands. I made grilled Bacon & Cheese sandwiches for lunch. I pulled out some leftover potato salad, chips, and cookies for everyone to grab their own sides. I am gonna get some hamburger out for dinner tonight - probably just hamburger helper!

    I got home with leftover pizza that I wrapped up for my work lunches next week. There was enough odds and ends left like lunchmeat and cheese so that I don't have to grocery shop today. The only cooler casualty to be tossed out was the leftover salad mix. I think that the cooler is almost too cold with the block of ice. (I make my own by freezing a container like a 2 liter bottle. The Vegas condo, the house at Joshua Tree, and 3 of the hotels on the way home had fridges with freezers to handle that job easily. At the Grand canyon, it was so cold that nothing thawed anyway when I left the cooler in the vehicle. :D

    So sad that I have to go back to work tomorrow:(. I have been enjoying these two weeks off! I sure did not miss the snow here either.... Other than one rainy night (as our petrified forest visit was just wrapping up), the weather was sunny and wonderful.
     
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    Still trying to get caught up following our trip, so we aren't really back to a regular routine yet. However, we are getting closer.

    DH went out of town last week so after a few short trips around town the gas tank was getting low. He was able to fill up yesterday using another $1 off per gallon fuel reward. Those discounts have been WONDERFUL the past few months!

    Big Lots sent out Friday frees three weeks in a row while we were gone and we saw stores along our travels where we could use them. With those trips I earned two $5/$15 rewards certificates and then the corporation e-mailed members another surprise reward in the midst of all that.

    We've picked up a variety of merchandise with those, but about the best deals were some king sheet sets we found on clearance which came down to $7.99 a/c and eight nice pillow cases for a little more than $1 each.
     
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    ~Went to walmart for milk on Thursday and found some markdown bargains. Ground chili meat $3.04, large pork roast $6+, 2 packages of chicken breast tenders for around $3-$4 each, seasoned salmon $4+, and a large deli pizza for $3.50. We already had Chili on Thursday night. The pizza, pork, and some of the chicken are in the freezer. The salmon will be tonight's dinner....

    ~Found some neat stuff at the thrift store too. A brand new dish drying mat, a small rolling pin to add to my camp kitchen box (for possible dutch oven biscuits), and a nifty brand new container that I will use for maps and papers in my van. The container was $2.95 and when I turned it over the container store tag was still on it for $24.99!

    Yesterday, we took all our comforters and a bunch of pillows to the laundromat to wash. It cost $20 but I was glad to get them done - I usually do that in the spring but got busy for some reason this year. We got the comforters mostly dried there, but I brought the wet pillows home and hung them up so they would not get all lumped up in the dryer.

    ~I was going over the vacation spending this morning. We blew our eat out budget for Oct and November ($290 total). The gas was a total of $528. Entertainment was from Oct and Nov budgets at $75. I spent $887 total for lodging, but $638 of that was prepaid early this spring. I used points for 4 free hotel nights and paid for 10 other nights. Groceries and misc items like ziplocks were $138 for the two weeks (you gotta eat anyway even when you are at home, so I don't call that vacation spending anyway). I spend about $25 on personal gifts and souvenirs - I think DH probably bought a few more items than I did though. Not bad really for a full two weeks of traveling.

    ~I am kicking in $30 extra each payday to some savings for the rest of the year via payroll deduction - 4 paydays left. Beecause of holidays and mando OT, I won't even notice it gone. Since my HSA is done funding for the year (except Decembers employer contribution) I will have extra big checks.

    I am just gonna retain some cash for my "big move" next spring. I anticipate a lot of gas spending and maybe a couple of hotel nights on the way. I want a fat "Emergency fund" too for any potential vehicle issues like flat tires or broken windshields....
     
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    On Friday, I bought two hairbrushes at Kroger. They were on sale for $7.99 each, so I got them to give to my granddaughters for Christmas. On Saturday, I went to Meijer, and found the same brushes on sale for $4.99 each. And, there was a sign showing a "buy one, get the second at 50% off" sale. Needless to say, I bought them at Meijer...and returned the other ones to Kroger. I had originally spent $15.98 before tax. The ones at Meijer were $7.49 before tax. Quite a savings!
     
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    This was the last day for some 200 bonus fuel point offers if we purchased gift cards and a 4x fuel points offer just started yesterday.

    We had quite a few gift cards we could have purchased, but there are only so many fuel points we can use in December with the snow that usually accumulates around here. Picked up three cards and added 840 fuel points to our card -- 84 cents per gallon of gas.

    Just wish we had a P.F. Chang's closer to our home. We love the restaurant and could have gotten bonus points for a gift card purchase, but our only options are Salt Lake and Boise -- where the downtown locations make parking a REAL pain. Free-standing P.F. Chang's with their own parking lots are MUCH more convenient.
     
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    Did a large shopping trip today -- which I always dread -- however, we could get enough deals to make it worthwhile. It was the last day of a mega sale, so we did one last round of that. We got a 10 percent discount on house brands and had quite a few coupons -- both digital and paper.

    Some of the highlights included three four-packs of canned vegetables for 86 cents each pack or about 21 cents a can, two cans of organic refried beans were 64 cents each, a rising crust pizza was $2.15, a couple bags of Seattle's Best Coffee were $2.99, a jar of Barilla Pesto was 99 cents and a 75-square foot aluminum foil cost $2.96 -- we got a two roll pack of paper towels (retail $2.49) free when we bought it.

    We picked up five packs of whole wheat English muffins on markdown for 69 cents each, some markdown bananas and six markdown bell peppers in various colors.

    We also picked up a box of Dr. Praeger's Southwest pollock and black bean burgers, a box of Quorn burgers, two bags of Green Giant frozen broccoli and cauliflower tots, frozen Mexican street corn, some gourmet organic popcorn, gourmet baby blue potatoes, two boxes of Celestial Seasonings tea, organic honey, three boxes of crackers, a bag of organic dark chocolate chunks, a box of granola bars, four additional cans of vegetables, organic dark chocolate almonds, a can of mandarin oranges, three bottles of Asian/Italian condiments and a few other items.

    The total of all the groceries came to nearly $65, but we had more than $22 in rewards from our purchases last quarter. After we subtracted that, we paid $42. Then I noticed a $2.50 coupon had not credited so went to the customer service desk for that. In the end we walked out with a large cart of groceries with bags stacked to the top brim for less than $40 -- about $35 before sales tax!

    Not a bad one-day haul. Wish we could do that every trip!
     
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    Thanksgiving is next week and we are having it at my house. It will be me, Crankie, the girls and my MIL. My sister will be working on Thanksgiving and will be away for Christmas, so I will be hosting that holiday as well. YIKES!

    My dad is still in the hospital and mom finally agreed with the doctor that my dad needs rehab. Dad has nothing major wrong with him, but was diagnosed with a slight case of pneumonia on Monday. He is too weak to be sent home, so this is the right decision. My sister and I knew this but mom was being stubborn. Somehow, some explanation of the cost and number of people he would need to take care of him made her see that he needs more help than she can give him at home.
    Today, I am going food shopping and trying to save where I can. At CVS, I will use ecr to buy some drinks and food items. Later, I will go to Shoprite and use sales, digital coupons and mfg coupons to keep my total under $100.
    Hopefully, I can stick to this budget.
     
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    Finally cooking that (insert 4 letter word) turkey from the freezer that the lady at the food bank insisted I take during the furlough last January. We are doing turkey today since my son is having some dental surgery during Thanksgiving break and won't feel like eating much next week. DH and I will probably do a little ham for the actual holiday.

    Yesterday, we tried out that pizza that I got on markdown a while back. It was good but different - instead of red sauce it was ceasar dressing with pepperoni, salami, and banana peppers. It tasted like my favorite Italian sub that I order a lot when we go to a sandwich shop.....

    The snow is getting deep today and I need to go to the regular store and maybe to Costco too. Time to go dig out the snow shovel!

    Yesterday, I scored 3 pairs of nice pants and a pkg of mini christmas lights at the thrift store - all for under $20. One pair was Royal Robbins (an expensive brand) for $5 and another pair was a brand new Calvin Klien for $6.50 (retail tag said $48o_O). I ripped one pair of pants on vacation and the pair I am wearing around the house today is close to being sent to the rag bag too. I hope that I can find a super good thrift store at the place I am going next year.

    I am spending a lot of my time right now trying to figure out what to pack into my van and take with me. I think I will have DH sent me a box of my craft stuff in the mail once I get there. I want to do some DIY decorating projects for the holidays and do some cardmaking too, but I don't have a good place in my van to put that stuff. There is one Micheal's and a Walmart where I am going, but I don't know how well they are stocked. No Hobby Lobby at all there. No chain restaurants like Chili's or Olive Garden either, just a few fast food places and lot of locally owned nicer places.

    I found a place to put my rebate money toward. I am saving it all so that I can have cash for some garage sales and craigslist purchases to furnish my temporary apartment. I am hoping that I can find some good curb finds too that I can just throw a little paint on. Since I am going in the spring, I will check the university area of town for castoffs. I will just donate the stuff to Habitat store or one of the thrift stores when I leave town.

    I am packing one extra box of kitchen pots, utensils, etc to take and will donate them at the end of my time there. We have so much stuff because I brought home a lot of my Mom's good stuff home to keep. I also have a nice toaster oven that I bought when I was going down a lot to clean out the house. I will take that with me since it is just sitting in a box here, but I might bring it back home. If my son ever moves out then he can have it! I also have some bedding that I will donate when I am done. I took all the stained stuff out of the condo and replaced it a while back (as a business expense), but I have too much of that stuff in my house too.....
     
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    In my housecleaning/packing spree, I found a few brand new kitchen towels and a pack of 12 brand new wash cloths I had stashed away. I put them in the washer and will get them into the linen closet for us to start using.
    4 of the kitchen towels were some that I had picked up at Kohls for only .60 for all of them. I tossed a couple of really nasty potholders into the trash today and found a couple more worn ones that will fit into my camping kitchen box - so something actually went out the door! The recycle bin is really full this week too but I managed to stuff a few more bits of cardboard in. I think we get a lot of extra boxes from Costco that never make it back out the door. Today I at least took in some shopping bags for some of the smaller stuff.

    Costco was expensive! We made a list of what we were running low on and ended up spending $182 total. I did buy a nifty tool set for $20 and hid it in my van so nobody "barrows" it. I had a small tool box set up for myself and when I opened it the other day the only thing in it was a hammer and one utility knife. When I asked the guys where my tools were they just kinda gave me a blank stare - I guess the "not me ghost" took them.....

    DH spent another $600 or so because he asked about an eye appointment and they got him in today because of a no show! He went ahead and got both contacts and eyeglasses replaced. I need to get new glasses too -both my regular glasses and sunglasses are really scratched up. I might try to call next week to see if I can get an appointment in before the end of the year ....
     
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    Picked up what we think was a frugal deal last night. On FB I noticed a favorite grocery had gotten in a load of fresh citrus. One of the reasons this teeny, tiny, family-owned neighborhood grocery has been able to stay in business in the age of supermarkets is the high quality produce it ships in throughout the year. Local canners depend on it in the summer.

    They don't have a ton of space so they announce a truck load when they get it, stack it outside the store and customers have to realize it is first-come, first-served.

    They were selling large cases of ruby red grapefruit for $25. I used to stay very healthy and felt a lot better in the winter when I juiced grapefruit everyday and included a lot of the pulp. Since I haven't been feeling great lately, I decided to buy one. If it keeps us healthy, it is a very good investment.

    Just hope we can eat our way through it and that the temperatures don't drop too far into sub-freezing too quickly. DH isn't a big fan of grapefruit and I knew he'd never eat his way through a whole case of the oranges they were selling for $15.

    We put the case in the garage where it will be safe for now -- and will still be nice and cold when we want some. However, if temperatures take a massive plunge we'll have to drag it back in or it will freeze.

    The store also had a coupon for two bags of frozen veggies for 59 cents each and two 8-oz cream cheese blocks for 49 cents each so we picked up those, as well.

    We made a run across town on Friday, because we got a one-day coupon that was worth the trip when combined with some ad prices. The store had some BEAUTIFUL beef roasts -- much nicer than the ones our regular grocery is selling for the same price this week.

    Still haven't figured out if I'll make a roast for Thanksgiving this year and it was too early on Friday to buy meat for the following Thursday so I had to leave them. IF we decide to go with roast, we'll have to make another trip over there next week and HOPE they still have nice ones in stock.

    We did pick up some lean ground beef on sale for a good price while we were there. The meatloaf we made from it yesterday was certainly good and will last for several meals.
     
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    Realized that the coupon on luncheon meat we used Friday credited for only three of the four package limit. As long as we were going for a drive and had to pass the store on the way we stopped in and got a refund on the $2.12 we were overcharged Friday.

    The beautiful roasts I've been considering were still there, but they only had two of them today. There were five or six in a nice row Friday.

    Still holding my breath they'll have them later if I decide to buy one. It is still too early to buy for Thursday.

    However, I couldn't resist checking the markdowns while we were there. We didn't need basic groceries, because we bought them Friday.

    We found a nice markdown loaf of whole grain bread -- the type that looks and tastes homemade. Also found a mixed seed/grain loaf for garlic bread on markdown.

    They had a couple packs of steak marked down 50 percent. One really nice steak was large enough to cut in half to make a meal for both of us.

    Another package had two small steaks that weren't as nice, but were the right portion size. I debated a while and then decided to get them.

    Glad I did. Apparently even though the sticker said 50 percent off those must have actually been closer to 75 percent off. We got two small steaks that will make a meal for $1.02 total -- 51 cents each!
     
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    Watch your (junk?) mail. It's that time of year where St. Jude's, Salvation Army, Humane Society, and a host of others will send out letters seeking donations. Most always they include stickers, sticky notes, note pads and return address labels with your name and address printed on them whether you are donating or not. It's worth my while to open these envelopes and pull out the labels before shredding and recycling; and you may want to, too ...
     
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    Happy Turkey Day Everyone!

    I am thankful today for a warm home and plenty of food in the pantry.... Even though I have a few chores to do, today will be a nice day chilling at home with the guys. Oh, and we are having some ham today since I have been eating turkey all week in my sack lunches.:D
     
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    Did a little house decluttering today - two bags ready for donation and a full recycle tote - plus I put away a bunch of my clothes that were on the laundry room table! I also put away a bunch of my travel gear that was scattered all over the place...:D
     
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    My foster son has moved on to his adoptive home (I still get to see him :)), and my son is out of town, so it's just me. I'm keeping the heat down as far as I can take it :) I've started my Christmas shopping using GCs I've earned doing surveys-2 books and a game ($30 total) for my grandsons for $5. Still have $15 B&N to use, and a $5 Target I got for getting my FS's flu shot there. Have a dogsitting job coming up. Ate pumpkin pie instead of dinner :). Totally in a non-spending mindset :). Walking 12,000 steps everyday to earn on my Achievement app.
     
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    Still working on a little decluttering around the house. Got another 1/2 bag of stuff gathered for the donation bin. I straightened up my craft table and consolidated like items. I emptied 3 cardboard boxes and stuffed them out in the recycle bin. DH and I both tossed some stuff into the trash today too.:D

    ~lunch was canned chili with onions and cheese on top. I had everything here for that and it was quick to make.

    ~listed some items on facebook marketplace and hope to sell them this week. Even if I only get a few $$ that will get those items out of the house too...
     
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