Enter to Win a Pair of Hunter Original Tall Boots

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It’s been raining cats and dogs {okay, not ACTUAL cats and dogs} up here in the Seattle area lately so I thought it would be the perfect time to giveaway a pair of my favorite Hunter Original Tall Boots. You can choose Green, Blue, Black or Red.

You may or may not know this but I have owned the same pair of Hunter Boots for over 11 years now. To put it simply, they are the best boots on the planet earth in my opinion.

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Enter to Win a Pair of Hunter Original Tall Boots

HOW YOU WIN IT:

Life’s pretty complicated sometimes, so I like to keep things simple around here. You have FIVE ways to enter: 1 required and 4 bonus entries. That means you can leave a total of FIVE comments below for FIVE awesome chances to win.

1. *REQUIRED ENTRY* If you win the pair of Hunter Boots, where will you wear them? Walking your dog, in the garden, at the grocery store, on a hot date, yodeling, someplace else?

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2. *BONUS ENTRY*  Do you like/friend/follow me yet? Pick one or all and like me/follow me/subscribe to me via one of these forms of social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, PinterestYouTube and/or Google+! Leave a comment below with the name of the site you followed, ie. “liked you on Facebook and Instagram.” Only 1 comment/entry regardless of if you follow me on all 6 sites. Which you totally should anyway.

3. *BONUS ENTRY*  Start spreading the news. Share this giveaway with your peeps via FacebookIf you don’t do the social media thing, just send out an old fashioned email about this awesome giveaway. Leave a comment below letting me know how you shared it.

4. *BONUS ENTRY*  Head on over to my Facebook page and leave a comment on one of the posts or pictures there. Come back here and leave a comment below letting me know which post or picture you commented on.

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5. *BONUS ENTRY*  Subscribe to my daily emailed newsletter. It’s an easy peasy way to make sure you don’t miss a thing. Plus, I’m way too busy gardening to spam you, so your email address is safe with me. Leave a comment below letting me know you subscribed.

green hunter bootsTHE FINE PRINT:

This giveaway is sponsored by Mavis of One Hundred Dollars a Month, not by  Hunter Boots. It’s a way to say THANK YOU to all who make this little ole’ blog of mine so much fun to get up everyday to write. I think you are pretty awesome and this is just my little way of giving back.

5 entries per person/ip address. If you cheat, you will totally be disqualified.

I will ship this prize ANYWHERE on the planet earth, so go ahead and enter.

This giveaway ends  11/2/14 at 6pm PST and the winner will be announced in the 11/3/14 edition of Mornings with Mavis. You will be notified via email and have 48 hours to claim your prize. Prize will be forfeited within 48 hours.

Good Luck! I hope you win.

Peace Out Girl Scouts!

Mavis

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How I Feed My Family for $100 a Month – Week 42 of 52

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Panera bagel deal

Panera $6.99

Compared to last weeks Costco Rebate Check Shopping Trip this week was a total snoozefest. I really didn’t need to buy anything this week but I was over by Panera on Tuesday and remembered about their baker’s dozen special {13 fresh bagels for $6.99} so I went in a grabbed a bunch. I put half in the freezer and we enjoyed the other half for breakfast over the course of a few days. Have you tried the Panera bagels? Do you have a favorite? I love the asiago cheese and cinnamon raisin ones the best.

presto electric skillet

Since we are still without a cook-top or an oven, the electric skillet I bought is coming in pretty handy. I was able to whip up quite a few grilled cheese sandwiches and scrambled eggs last week which is a nice change from microwave burritos let me tell you. ;)

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Last week I ordered some cookie dough from Smith Brothers because Chino had told me that once my cabinets were installed the oven would be hooked up and I’d be able to use it. Well that was a BIG FAT LIE. :( The electricians have to do some wiring first and they won’t be here until towards the end of the project so no fresh baked cookies for Monkey Boy. Booo!

But, he did get his chocolate milk… so hopefully that will tied him over until we get out oven back.

How did you do this week? Did you find any good deals?

~Mavis

Total Spent This Week $6.99
Total Spent Year to Date $1510.01 
{Over for the year!}

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One Hundred Dollars a Month – Mavis’ Weekly Highlights 10/25/2014

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How I Feed My Family for $100 a Month – Week 41 of 52

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Costco – Free! 

It was like I won the lottery. Seriously. Although tempted to buy the giant Costco  92″ bear  I decided to spend my whole Costco rebate check on food. Yep. I’m totally exciting that way. ;)

Dave’s Killer Bread for the HH, Doritos and Mrs. Buttersworth’s syrup for Monkey Boy and Dubliner cheese for me. Yay! I also stocked on the basics like flour, sugar, rice, potatoes and onions. My total came to around $207 and so they gave me the rest in cash. Weee! Free groceries and a free lunch. Can’t beat that!

chicken stirfry

And since I finally broke down and bought an electric skillet last week  {did you see that sweet picture I posted in Instagram?} , I also picked up chicken, fresh veggies, eggs and breakfast weenies too. Real food!! Wahooo.

costco rebate check

So you are probably wondering what on earth I purchased at Costco in the past year to have earned this rebate check. Well for starters, my parents give us a Costco membership every year for Christmas. Which is totally cool because even though there are a lot of benefits to owning a Costco membership, $110 a year is still kind of high in my opinion.

So what did we buy? Mostly mattresses and bed frames for our place on the East Coast. And of course there’s all that lawn fertilizer, man clothing, and Costco food court weenies the HH buys there throughout the year as well. Oh and a new camera for me {because I busted mine this past summer after owning it for 3 years} and The Girl Who Thinks She’s a Birds graduation present as well. It adds up let me tell you. Quick.

kashi cinnamon harvest cereal

Amazon Subscribe and Save Deals $18.67

I picked up 4 boxes of Kashi Chewy Honey Almond Flax Bars for $8.34 and 4 boxes of  Kashi Organic Promise Cereal, Cinnamon Harvest for $10.33. I’m not sure if the deals are still available but I should be receiving my box from Amazon later today.

cougar mountain cookie dough

Smith Brothers Farm - Sponsored

A strange phenomenon is happening at our house. Our milk isn’t getting guzzled down like it use to. I attribute this to not having a kitchen area because of the remodel.  Luckily the cabinets and oven should be in place by the weekend {I won’t have a sink or a counter top though} so instead of ordering regular milk this week {we still have 2 cartons in the fridge} I thought I would grab some Cougar Mountain Chocolate Chunk Cookie Dough and bake some cookies this weekend. {Fingers crossed!} I also picked up a half gallon of Chocolate Milk for Monkey Boy, and a tub of Greek Gods Honey Yogurt for the HH.

How did you do this week? Have you found anything good at Costco lately?

~Mavis

Total Spent This Week $18.67
Total Spent Year to Date $1503.02 
{Over for the year!} :(

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One Hundred Dollars a Month – Mavis’ Weekly Highlights 10/18/2014

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How I Feed My Family for $100 a Month – Week 40 of 52

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Dollar Store $3.00

Last night I had to go to the laundromat to wash our clothes. It totally sucked. I feel bad for people whose only option it is to wash their tighty whities in public while a man in red velour track suit smokes his Marlboros out front in the dark and stares at them through the laundromat window.  It’s a little unnerving to say the least. Especially if you are a suburban housewife.

In between loads I popped over to the Dollar Store and wandered the aisles for a good twenty minutes trying to kill some time and low and behold I found a few deals. Call it a silver lining I guess.

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Costco $65.39

Costco saved me again this past week with their ready made meals and fresh produce. A big THANK YOU to the person who recommend Costco’s Chicken Salad. WE LOVED IT!!!

Since we are in the middle of a remodel and without a kitchen for a few more weeks, our options are pretty limited. Even though I’ve been working like crazy {blogging, helping with the remodel, painting bedrooms, unpacking, pulling weeds} I am having a blast. It seriously feels like I’m holding down two jobs… but I know it is going to be worth it in the end so I’m hanging in there. ;)

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Last week we hardly touched our milk so this week I decided to forgo my regular milk order and change my Smith Brothers Dairy order up a bit.

Leah’s Kitchen Chicken Pot Pie {I can pop it in the microwave!} a half gallon of Alpenrose Chocolate Milk for Monkey Boy and 16 oz. of sour cream {I plan on buying a giant sack of potatoes at Costco this week}. Doesn’t that pot pie look goooood? I’m excited to try it tonight for dinner.

How did you do this week?

Is there any other ready made stuff at Costco you think we should try?

~Mavis

Total Spent This Week $68.39
Total Spent Year to Date $1484.35
{Over for the year!} :(

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One Hundred Dollars a Month – Mavis’ Weekly Highlights 10/11/2014

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How I Feed My Family for $100 a Month – Week 39 of 52

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Costco $138.96

Over the last 10 days I have flown home from the east coast, packed up and moved my home {staying in a hotel for two of those nights waiting for paperwork to go through} prepared for a tv appearance by pulling an all nighter in hotel bathroom and started on renovations at the new place within 36 hours of moving in. We are currently living without a kitchen, a laundry room and are now down 2 bathrooms.

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If that’s not enough to make you take the easy way out and head to Costco, I don’t know what would.

Sure, I could fire up the bbq and set up a dish-washing station on the back porch or maybe even plug a crock pot in somewhere, but you know what? I’m tired, and I took the easy way out. And sometimes… that’s okay. So please don’t leave hater comments saying you are disappointed I bought a bunch of easy peasy microwavable foods this week.  Because really, I feel like I’m doing the best that I can. Maybe you are superwoman, but definitely I’m not.

campbells soup cups

Target $21.17

Convenience food is spendy!

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Smith Brothers Farm - Sponsored

Having milk delivered to your front porch is pretty darn RAD if you ask me. Monkey Boy missed out on his chocolate milk last week because we were in the process of moving and we had to skip a week. But luckily Smith Brother’s delivers to our new neighborhood and we’re all pretty happy about that! :) Milk, it does a body good!

How did you do this week?

~Mavis

Total Spent This Week $160.13
Total Spent Year to Date $1415.96

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