I picked more strawberries from our garden. We also harvested beets, lettuce, green onions, and carrots. They were delicious.
We picked up kale, collard greens, turnips, and strawberries from our CSA share.
I splurged on pre-made hamburger patties and frozen french fries. This saved us money by being able to avoid take out several nights last week.
I swapped home pressure canned green beans for fresh snow peas and a loaf of banana walnut bread at the Lower Bucks County Food Swap.
We made a batch of homemade granola with items we had in the pantry instead of buying a prepared granola at the market.
I used a $20 off purchase promo code for ShopRite from Home. That promo code saved me more than the cost of delivery, so I was able to justify grocery shopping online and having the items delivered rather than dragging all 3 kids to the grocery store!
Checked out a book I’ve wanted from the library instead of purchasing it.
Shopped the Scholastic Warehouse Sale and saved more than 50% off of the cover price of my books. These books will be used for read alouds, as well as for our summer reading, then they will become part of our homeschool library.
We were gifted two blueberry bushes, and they are already baring fruit this year!
Got a great deal on cypress mulch (6 – 2 cu ft bags for $10), and by making 2 trips I was able to bring all 12 bags home, instead of renting a truck. Mulching our gardens will add nutrients to the soil, and will cut down on evaporation after watering.
I bought myself a new shirt at Kohl’s for only $6 after using the $10 off $10 purchase postcard that was mailed out.
I used the Cartwheel App when I shopped at Target, and stuck to only the items on my list. I saved an additional 5% by using my RedCard. I didn’t know it was possible to spend only $16 at Target!
What did you do to save money last week?