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There may not have been USPS mail today due to Veteran’s Day, but FedEx did not disappoint, and thanks to them, I am not left empty-handed for the day. 😉 A big “Thank You!” and shout out to Carolina Pad/ Studio … Continue reading
For those that have been Live Simply, Live Thrifty, Live Savvy readers for a while, you will remember the post called, “I Can See Clearly Now” from October 2010 (if not, go read it later). In it, I disclosed my … Continue reading
“Live simply so that others may simply live.” — Ghandi Greetings. I would like to share with you an item that I picked up during the holidays on clearance (of course! 50% off!) 🙂 at a traditional drug store in … Continue reading
I have been on the “Live Simply” theme kick for a few years now, which inspired both the name and nature of this blog. I wanted to share some holiday ideas with you from a few years ago in regards … Continue reading
Sunday greetings to you on this day that feels more like night. Things have been busy for us, so I apologize that I have not been more active on here. I have lots to share, but not so much time … Continue reading
We ALL want to save some of these, right? Here’s how… Dollar stores used to be considered something akin to a flea market or garage sale when they first appeared on the retail scene, filled with a myriad of useless … Continue reading