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Saturday, April 16, 2011

Saturday Linky-Loos

I'm trying to figure out a way to automate this.  If anyone has ideas, let me know.

Geeky Things

Running Things
Other Things
  • How to Survive Meeting the Ex:  Hasn't been a problem for me thus far, but you never know.  My ex-hubby is currently unattached and I find it hard to believe I'd ever meet Todd's ex on purpose.
  • Was Coupon Fraud Shown on TLC's Extreme Couponing:  Ok, this show is nuts and totally makes me just twitch uncontrollably.  I've been working on a project in our house to get rid of our clutter and stuff, and I can't imagine bringing that much junk into my house all at once.  
  • Realistic Couponing:  If you are interested in couponing, this article could help you be less crazy than the ladies on Extreme Couponing.  I tried it once, but it was too time consuming for me - I'm lucky to get to the grocery store at all.  Plus, we don't have any big chain grocery stores near my house, so I'd have to do the coupon matching myself.
  • Spice Fade, and the Insanity of Throwing Spices Out After Six Months: If you've been reading my blog for a while, you know that I keep spices for way longer than 6 months...  Unless you really use them fast, 6 months is NOT THAT LONG.  I know some of my spices were already in my house before I moved in, for example, and we have duplicates - stuff that I brought from my apartment that Todd already had.  We're slowly going through them, but I do think they're absolutely fine.  I did discover that a 6 year old can of condensed milk that was probably purchased by Todd's ex-girlfriend was kind of disgusting.  (well, color-wise.  Taste-wise, it was fine).
One more thing:  Happy, happy, happy 16th birthday to my niece, Dylan!

3 comments:

misszippy said...

Too funny about the extreme coupon people--I'm with you! These are some entertaining links!

Mary said...

now, I have certainly noticed spice fade, but not really after 6 months--maybe more like a year. Even with that, I don't throw stuff away--I just have to remember that my new jar will be more potent than the one I just threw away.

Kathryn said...

Loved the web designer vs web programmer link!! I am a web programmer as well, as yes, it's scarily true.

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