Friday Night at the Movies – Pleasantville

pleasantville

Have you ever seen Pleasantville?  It’s kind of an older movie that I like to re-watch every so often.  It’s about a boy and girl {living a kind of under-whelming life} who get sucked into an old television program from the 50’s  The program is set in a town called Pleasantville, where everything is “perfect” all of the time.  It’s kind of a sweet story about how nothing is as it seems, and sometimes a little bit of messiness in life is a good thing.

pleasantville

Let me know what you think if you decide to watch it–or if you have already seen it.

Peace out Girl Scouts & have yourself a great weekend,

~Mavis

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My Goals for This Year – Week 25 of 52

caning jars

dishes1. Get Organized. 

Our dishwasher sucks. So twice a day there is a pile of dishes drying on my kitchen counter. Oddly enough though it doesn’t make me crazy. I think the dishes make the space feel homier. I refuse to buy a new dishwasher because really, it’s not going to increase the value of our home when all is said and done. And, as a bonus, my  hands have never felt softer.

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2. Run, walk or crawl a Marathon, half marathon, 10k, and 5k race this year. Well, so I guess I’m doing this! I walked/ran a 5k last weekend with an old neighbor and had a blast. Even though my time wasn’t super great, I think I did okay considering the whole Living of a 30 day Emergency Food Supply Challenge I’m doing. I signed up for a local half marathon and I’m excited! :)

3. Remodel our Master Bathroom, Master Closet and Monkey Boy’s Bathroom. Done!

guest bedroom

4. Finish Every Room in Our House.

When we bought the house last fall my original plan was to turn the guest room into an office/craft room for myself. But in an effort to declutter and simplify, I turned it into a proper guest room this past week. I didn’t have to spend a dime either.

Gladys Kravitz is under the impression it’s HER room and now spends her morning hours upstairs peering out the window at all the people walking by.

She’s living the suburbia dream, what more can I say?

tissue paper pom poms

5. Turn Spare Bedroom into a Cozy Home Office Space for myself I stole my husbands office and decorated it all girly and stuff instead! :)

raised garden beds

6. Create a Vegetable Garden. Done!

staining fence

7. Build a Path into the Hillside for Easy Access to the Upper Garden. We built a fence instead.

8. Limit my personal spending to $100 a month.

So far this month I’ve only spent $1.00 out of my personal spending money. How crazy is that? It’s mostly because I’ve become a shut in. 😉

In May I spent $26.50.
In April I Spent $18.46.
In March I Spent $42.44.
In February I Spent $32.52
In January I Spent $84.33

garage sale stuff9. Purge… Weekly. Find 10 things each week to donate to the thrift store.

More crap for the garage sale.

a fine romance candice bergen10. Read 1 book a week. 

I never knew how cool Candice Bergen was until I read her book A Fine Romance. I seriously LOVED reading page after page and could not put her book down {just ask my husband!}. What a life she’s had so far.

primitive hooked rug11. Slow Down.

I’m still puttering along on my rug.

caning jars

12. Canning

So far this year I have canned blueberry, strawberry and raspberry jam. Yee-Haw! The pantry is filling up.

Did you set any goals for this year? If so, how are they coming along?

~Mavis

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Paper or Electronic? How do you Take Your Reading?

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How many actual bookstores does your town have left?  Other than Barnes and Noble {and our trip to Powells Books in Portland awhile back}, I don’t see many bookstores anymore.  I think they are a dying breed.  And, according to an article on NPR the other day, I think I might be right.  Small independent bookstores are hanging on by a thread.  People have moved to electronic sources for their reading.  Maybe it’s because they travel well {several books on one small device versus lugging heavy books around}, they are instantly available, and they allow for magazines, books, and newspapers all in one convenient place.

Now that I’ve totally made electronic devices for reading sound amazing, I am going to go on the record and say I prefer paper.  I love the smell, the feel of the paper, and best of all, there is no backlighting to hurt my eyes.  Not to mention, I am a HUGE supporter of the library, where electronic versions aren’t always available.

library

The most fascinating part of the NPR article, though, was that we may not retain information as well in electronic format as we do with the same paper version.  We are so used to “scanning” out emails, yahoo, Pinterest and Facebook headlines and tags, that we tend to allow that habit to bleed into our reading habits.  I’ve never really stopped to consider whether or not one being more effective than the other.  Do you think there’s any truth to the scanning theory?

So, how do YOU prefer to do your reading?  Paper, Kindle, iPad, or some other electronic device?

~Mavis

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Tactical-Pen

recreantWord of the Day: Recreant Definition: Unfaithful, disloyal, cowardly  Used in a sentence: The recreant soldier was captured and court marshalled.

Thank goodness it’s Friday. 😉

I’m not sure if it rained last night but the clouds look awfully grey this morning. I was planning on continuing to stain the fence… yikes! Oh well, I guess I’ll just continue to clean out the storage closet for our upcoming garage sale.

What are YOUR plans for this weekend? Having a Father’s Day BBQ? Going clubbing?

Have a great weekend everyone,

Mavis

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Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day – 55% Off a Pyrex 18-Piece Food Storage Set $22.99

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Available Kindle Books I think are cool…

The prices on Kindle Books can change quickly, so grab them while you can. Don’t have a Kindle? Download the kindle app on your other devices. It’s easy! :)

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Amazon Subscribe and Save Deals:

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Macy’s.com has Reversible Bedding Ensembles for as low as $37.99. These are available in twin, full, queen, king and even California king. These would make a great gift for a collage student or for YOU! There are 12 styles to choose from

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6pm has all these Crocs Sandals and more priced at just $14.99 shipped!

Homemade Play Dough RecipeAnother fun {and crazy cheap} summer activity for kids: Homemade Play Dough Recipe! Find more cool projects on my Kid Stuff Pinterest Board.

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Amazon has The Princess Bride on DVD for just $4.75!!! Amazon also has As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride in stock for $16.05 {Hardcover}. Perfect for the Princess Bride fan.

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REI Deal of the Day – Men’s White Sierra Alpine Anorak $21.73 {was $55}.

Tactical-Pen

A few years ago the HH gave everyone in our family tactical pens. I thought it was a little weird at first but they are actually great to carry in your purse for personal safety and right now the Vktech Tactical Pen aviation Aluminum Anti-skid is on sale for $4.83 with great reviews.

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The Home Depot Special Buy of the Day – UP TO 30% OFF SELECT GARAGE STORAGE ITEMS

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One of my favorite deals is back!!! Get 24 {12 purple and 12 blue} 3D Butterfly Wall Stickers for $1.99 shipped. I ordered these for my daughter’s dorm room last year and she LOVED them. 

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Amazon has Red, White and Blue bunting in stock! Get the Valley Forge 3-Foot x 6-Foot Pleated Full Fan Flag With Stars Bunting $23.29 shipped.

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Get a case of 30 Rolls of Georgia-Pacific Paper Towels for $23.98. These ship FREE with Amazon Prime. 

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Looking for something awesome to make for dessert tonight? Check out my recipe for Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream. It rocks! Find more recipes on my Homemade Ice Cream Recipe Pinterest Board.

zaycon ground beef

Zaycon Fresh is now taking orders for their upcoming events. Below are their offerings and prices in my area.Go HERE to find out if this deal is available in your area.

  • Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts $1.69/lb $67.60/case
  • Fresh Ground Beef, Lean {93/7} – 40 lbs $3.99/lb | $159.60/case
  •  Carvemaster Boneless Applewood Smoked Ham $3.79/lb | $83.38/case
  •  Meaty Back Ribs $3.79/lb | $136.44/case
  •  Bacon-Wrapped Pork Fillet $4.69/lb | $46.90/case
  •  USDA Choice or Higher Chuck Roast $5.79/lb | $208.44/case
  •  USDA Choice or Higher Patio Steaks $6.49/lb | $214.17/case
  •  Smoked Pulled Pork – 20lb $4.49/lb | $89.80/case

Check out the post on how we process so much Zaycon meat at one time.

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Lawn Watering Conservation Tips

Lawn Watering Conservation Tips

Lawn Watering Conservation TipsAfter getting the utility costs down inside this year, I plan on heading off the rise in my water bill from lawn/garden maintenance pronto–no more learning the hard way for me.  Although I get quite a bit of rain in my area, I still have to water pretty regularly in the summer months {nothing like the hotter regions of the country, though}.  I have used these watering saving tips in the past with success, so I thought I would pass them onto you so you can use them as they apply to your area:

  1. Water early in the morning or late in the evening.  That will cut down on evaporation.
  2. Mulch your plants.  Give their roots a layer of cool insulation, that way, they can retain water.
  3. Plan a rainwater collection system.  That is FREE water {after initial investment costs}.  I love pretty much anything that is free.
  4. Group plants with the same watering requirements together.  That way, you don’t over-water/under-water any of them.
  5. If you plan on putting a walking path in your yard, use porous materials–like gravel or bark.  That way, any water run-off will soak back into the surrounding areas.
  6. Leave grass clippings on the lawn when you mow, instead of bagging them.  That way, it will shade the roots of the grass and retain moisture.
  7. Aerate your lawn in the spring.  It makes it easier for your lawn to pull in moisture.
  8. In the west, most varieties of grass only need about 2.5 cm of water per week.  You may be over-watering unintentionally.
  9. Dig a circular trench around plants so that water will stay where it needs to…it’s like a moat for the plant to draw on.
  10. Water slowly for a longer period of time, rather than blasting the spot with a hose for a couple of seconds.  That way, the soil can absorb the water without it just running off to places you don’t need to water.

How do YOU conserve water in your garden/yard the summertime?

~Mavis

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Living off a 30 Day Emergency Supply of Food – Days 15, 16, and 17

Irish Pub Cheddar Potato Soup

Multi Grain CerealDay 15 {Monday}

I woke up Monday morning and my very first thought was… I’m half way there. And then… man, it would sure be nice to eat a slice of cake right now. :)

BreakfastMulti Grain Cereal 160 calories

Snack – Beans and Rice 320 calories

Lunch and DinnerChicken Teriyaki 460 calories {230 calorie per serving}

Total Calories Consumed on Day  15 –  940 calories

Total Beverages Consumed on Day 15 –  7 bottles of water {I’m using this to drink out of}

valley food storage

The hardest part about day 15?

I am so ready for this to be over. I want some TEA and CAKE. But, a deal is a deal and I told myself I’d try to eat a 30 day emergency supply of food and that’s what I am going to try and do. I wouldn’t be surprised if I end up opening one of the pouches of pancake mix James sent me though… We’ll see.

Doing anything for 30 days in a row is hard. And even though this is more of a mental challenge at this point, it’s still tough.

strawberry malt o meal

Day 16 {Tuesday}

BreakfastStrawberry Malt -o-Meal 220 calories

Snack – Stupid rice and beans 320 calories

Irish Pub Cheddar Potato Soup

Lunch, Dinner and Dinner – Irish Pub Cheddar Potato Soup 690 calories {230 calories per serving}

Total Calories Consumed on Day  –  1230 calories

Total Beverages Consumed on Day  –  9 bottles of water

The hardest part about day 16?

I woke up at 4 am and didn’t go to bed until around 10. I worked out in the yard all day and was HUNGRY and came very close to opening a bag of the pancake mix. VERY CLOSE!!! WHY AM I SHOUTING? I don’t know… maybe it’s because I’m going crazy that’s why.

Can someone PLEASE remind me why I decided to do this?

 

I’m at my worst in the afternoon between 2-6pm. Every day I feel like if I can just make it until dinner time, I will be okay. Physically I feel fine. It’s just need to stay focused.

valley food storage{What is left after 17 days}

Day 17 {Thursday}

BreakfastStrawberry Malt -o-Meal 220 calories

Snack – Beans and Rice 320 calories

Lunch and Dinner – Irish Pub Cheddar Potato Soup 460 calories {230 calories per serving}

The soup is delicious and it’s totally something I’d buy to have on hand for a quick dinner.

Total Calories Consumed on Day  –  1000

Total Beverages Consumed on Day  –  8 bottles of water

The hardest part about day 17 ?

All I could think about all day WAS EATING FOOD. I smelled cookie bags, I planned our Father’s Day menu, and kept opening the goodie drawer hoping the treats would leap into my mouth. I even thought about making a carrot cake and EATING THE ENTIRE THING.

It’s starting to get to me. I’m wearing down. I need something sweet. A candy bar, a bag of chips, a blueberry muffin, a box of sugar cubes… anything.

Did I mention my mother is bringing a Godiva chocolate cheesecake for our Father’s Day BBQ? Yes, yes she is.

Gaaa. I don’t know how much longer I can hang in there. Eating survival food for 17 days in a row is tough. Yes the food tastes good, but I am so used to eating sweets and drinking tea every single day that it is tough to go without goodies when you know they are within reach.

Willpower is an AMAZING thing. I hope I don’t break… but if I do, I’ll know that I gave it my best shot.

~Mavis

More Posts-

Living off a 30 Day Supply of Dehydrated Food

Living off a 30 Day Emergency Supply of Food – Day 1

Living off a 30 Day Emergency Supply of Food – Day 2

Living off a 30 Day Emergency Supply of Food – Day 3

Living off a 30 Day Emergency Supply of Food – Day 4

Living off a 30 Day Emergency Supply of Food Days 5, 6 and 7

Living off a 30 Day Emergency Supply of Food Days 8 and 9

Living off a 30 Day Emergency Supply of Food – Days 10 and 11

Living off a 30 Day Emergency Supply of Food – Days 12, 13 and 14

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Christine From North Georgia Sends in Pictures of Her Container Garden

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A big THANK YOU to everyone who has sent in their photographs and stories. I hope by sharing other peoples pictures and stories here on One Hundred Dollars a Month we can all have a rock star garden this summer. Keep them coming!

~Mavis

christine garden pics 1Hi Mavis,

Christine from North Georgia here. I wanted to share the container garden I built myself. As we save up for a house/ land, my boyfriend and I are renting a townhome in a small subdivision with an HOA. Not being allowed to dig into the lawn to plant food, I decided to assemble a rag tag team of Rubbermaid bins to grow my food in. All the bins were bought for a dollar or so a piece at our local Habitat for Humanity Restore. I drilled plenty of drainage holes into the bottom of each bin, then I lined them with lava rocks for drainage and newspaper so the dirt doesn’t seep out. I mixed my own potting soil by hand using topsoil, compost from our landfill, perlite, and sand. This was quite a chore, but I couldn’t be more pleased with how they turned out.

christine garden pics 2I propped each bin up on scrap stone (free from landscapers), old tires, metal rails – basically anything I could find. I am a big believer in upcycling. I set up everything for $92. I estimate about 35 square feet of planting area.

Mid spring whole garden – on the right you can see the brush trellis I made for my snap peas – it worked pretty well!

christine garden pics3Arugula was bonkers.

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Front to back: spinach/ radishes, radishes, turnips.

christine garden pics6Lettuces and radishes in a baby pool I rescued from the side of the road.

christine garden pics7Cherry tomatoes, hot peppers, and basil in the summer lettuce pool.
christine garden pics8Pine branch teepee for cucumbers to climb

In the spring we grew snap peas, cilantro and parsley, spinach, arugula, carrots, turnips, radishes, beets, potatoes, and lots of lettuce. Currently we have tomatoes, peppers, okra, beans, cucumbers, zucchini, basil, and rainbow chard going. I plant to do another round of cool weather crops in the fall, then try my luck at brussels sprouts this winter.

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Pole beans and chard.christine garden pics11Burgandy okra.christine garden pics13Peppers and maters on a trellis.
christine garden pics14I also have a little tea/ herb garden I stuck in the landscaping in the front of my house. Oregano, lemon thyme, chamomile, pineapple sage, garden sage, lavender, and rosemary so far. In this picture you can see my worm bin up on the porch. christine garden pics15I built a worm bin for all our food scraps … I didn’t think a big compost pile would sit so well with the HOA. I love my wormies – they kick butt at breaking down food. I can’t wait to harvest castings for the first time…christine garden pics16 Right after I released my worms into their new home.

Thanks for looking looking! Check out my blog: The barefoot budget

Christine

Send Pictures of Your Garden For a Chance to Win a $20 Amazon Gift Card

If you would like to have your garden, chicken coop or something you’ve made featured on One Hundred Dollars a Month, here’s what I’m looking for:

  • Your Garden Pictures and Tips – I’d especially like to see your garden set ups, growing areas, and know if you are starting seeds indoors this year. If so,  show me some picture of how you are going about it.
  • Your Chicken and Chicken Related Stories – Coops, Chicks, Hen’s, Roosters, Eggs, you name it. If it clucks, send us some pictures to share with the world.
  • Cool Arts & Crafts – Made from your very own hands with detailed {and well photographed} pictures and instructions.
  • Your pictures and stories about your pets. The more pictures and details the better.
  • Garage Sale, Thrift Store and Dumpster Diving pictures and the stories behind the treasures you found including how much you paid for them.

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proselytizeWord of the Day: Proselytize Definition: To seek to convert, win over to your own opinion Used in a sentence: Missionaries go to foreign countries to proselytize the natives.

lucy the puggle dog

Thank goodness it’s Thursday! Yesterday Lucy the puggle love helped me plant a dozen blue hydrangea bushes before the snoopervising committee stopped by to say hello. Actually they were next door checking on my neighbors request to remove 2 trees to allow more sunlight in her backyard. They wanted to know 2 things:

1. Was I okay with her removing two trees?

2. Did I know the trees were actually on my property?

Ha! I told them I was fine with her removing the trees, and hey, if they are technically on my property and she wants to pay to remove them… GO FOR IT. That’s just more sunlight in the backyard for me, right?

We’ll see what happens.

Have a great day everyone,

Mavis

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Amazon Gold Box Deal of the Day – Anker Compact Car Jump Starter with Built-In LED Flashlight

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Available Kindle Books I think are cool…

The prices on Kindle Books can change quickly, so grab them while you can. Don’t have a Kindle? Download the kindle app on your other devices. It’s easy! :)

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Amazon Subscribe and Save Deals:

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Looking for an inexpensive set of curtains? Right now on Amazon you can get a 2 Piece Solid White Sheer Window Curtains Set {60″x84″} for just $5.00 shipped!

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Let me tell you Bob, I’d much rather make these cute Water Balloon Flip Flops then fill these suckers up with a hose! Get the directions HERE or Pin it for Later!

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Amazon has the Janome 3/4 Size Hello Kitty Sewing Machine on sale for $89.99 shipped and the reviews are great! 

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Carhartt.com is offering 2 Carhartt K87 Workwear Pocket T-Shirts for just $25 when you use promo code K87 at checkout.

Rialto Carmela

6pm has the Rialto Carmela Sandal on sale for $17.60 shipped and there are 3 colors to choose from.

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Canning Deals:

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Discount Mags is offering a 1 year subscription to All Recipes Magazine for only $4.99 a year when you use code MAVIS at checkout. This deal will expire 6/19/15 at midnight EST.

how to make lemon ice creamLemon Ice Cream? Be still my heart and my taste buds! Get the recipe HERE or Pin it for Later. Find more recipes on my Homemade Ice Cream Recipe Pinterest Board.

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Watsons Greenhouse in Puyallup, Wa will be offering a  2 for 1 sale on annuals starting this saturday!  Also don’t miss the special discount prices on select gift items in the tent and on the sidewalk starting at 50% off 6/20/15!

Select Trees and Shrubs will also be 50% off starting on Saturday June 20th.

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Amazon has Smart Pots 2-Gallon Smart Pot Soft-Sided Containers on sale for $4.32 and they ship FREE with Amazon Prime. 

Toysmith Nature Kaleidoscope Kit

Amazon also has the Toysmith Nature Kaleidoscope Kit on sale for $9.35. Perfect for summertime! 

Teva Freewheel Perf Shoes

REI Outlet Deal of the Day – Woman’s Teva Freewheel Perf Shoes $39.73 {was $80}.

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The Home Depot Special Buy of the Day – UP TO 40% OFF SELECT LIGHTING & LIGHT BULBS

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Amazon has the Char-Broil 26,500 BTU 2-Burner Gas Grill on sale for $80.45 shipped!

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