Friday, March 3, 2017

Friday Favorites

My favorites from this week.

{one} Spring Break
Spring break starts this afternoon!!! I'm more excited than the kids! We plan on having a staycation until next Friday! Friday we leave for the circus in Cincinnati!

{two}Cooking From Scratch
Lucy loves to be in the kitchen with me and because I love the quality time I've been looking for more recipes that we could make together. We are going to work on making our own bread!

Pioneer Woman Cinnamon Rolls
Pioneer Woman Rolls

I'm also looking for some healthy snacks and freezer meals that we could work on together!

I've taken up reading again... I love to read. I love books. They make me tired but it's been a great escape.
What I'm reading...

(I love this series! I started it right before we were married. When I saw this copy at the thrift store I had to buy it for .50c to finish out the series! The other books are  Confessions of a Shopaholic (my favorite), Shopaholic Abroad, Ties the knot, Shopaholic and sister, Shopaholic and Baby, Mini Shopaholic, Shopaholic to the stars.And then two more I just found- Shopaholic to the Rescue! It's a cute quick read!) 

{four} Amazon
I did a little price investigation and it turns out that Amazon has the best prices for paper towels and toilet paper. I put them on subscribe and save this week and hope to get a shipment every three to four months of our basics. I saw if I subscribed to five items a month you could save an extra 15%, but I couldn't come up with 5 items...
Toilet Paper- 48 rolls for $25... That is cheaper than Costco, Also, I'm loyal to Quilted Northern....

Paper Towels- 24 rolls for $21.. (The price has changed since Tuesday..)

Those are all my Friday Favorites! I hope you have a great weekend!

God is bigger than this and Jesus Can fix it. 

I really want to know what you subscribe and save on? 
Do you have 5 items delivered every month? 

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