My Zenni RX glasses have arrived, and I am so happy with what I picked out!
Great quality, style, and super price! $53 for three pairs of glasses sent straight to my house! Cha-Ching!
If your wanting to know how to order a pair for yourself, click on the link below:
Also, here’s a code to try, and remember to use those search filters to get exactly what you want! I’m all about the $6.95 starting price!
I’ve been on the search for some cute, cheap, Halloween costumes this year.
I have had so many other costly projects lined up this past year, that I’ve put myself on a holiday spending budget.
So below are some ideas that I think are really fun, and all you need to do is add a little make up and accessories!
Who remembers wearing a poncho as a kid? I know I’m sharing my age right now, but thank goodness they’re back.
As much as I love dressing up for Halloween, sometimes these costumes are really itchy and uncomfortable.
So, a costume T-shirt with simple added accessories is a perfect fit for anyone who wants to celebrate the holiday but be comfy. This Mini Mouse set is available at Walmart!
I love when my hubby dresses up for Halloween with me, but he likes to keep his costumes simple. So costume kits, like the
Hippie one above is a great idea. There are a ton of varieties on Amazon.
Work Wear Cardigans, Dresses, And Tunics
Yes….I do dress up at work, and boy have we come along way with choices. Check out some cool Halloween work wear ideas that are super duper cheap!
LOVE me a
cardigan! Covers my butt, and looks cute with jeans or leggings.
Or you could get a Halloween Tunic, like this one available at RoseGal.
And finally, how about a Halloween dress. I especially like the vintage style dresses like these below:
These are just a few Halloween costume ideas that are budget friendly.
I would also invite you to check out my
page on Amazon for more decor, party, and costume ideas for everyone. SPOOKTACULAR
I don’t know if it’s just that I’m getting older, but I’m not ready for fall y’all.
Unfortunately, I can already tell that the season is on it’s way, so here’s my end of summer to do list below:
Hit The Summer Clearance Racks
This is the time to buy summer themed decor, clothes, and outdoor furniture.
So far, I am finding the best online deals on eBay, Wal-mart, and of course Amazon.
I am personally looking for beachy themed outdoor decor for next year, and solar lights.
Oh yeah, capris, bathing suits, and whatever else my roaming eye finds.
Super Saving Tip: If you’re shopping online, check out my Super Savings Resource List .
Good Old Fashioned Canning!
All my gardening buddies are bringing their veggie overflow to work. So, canning is a great way to preserve tomatoes, beans, cucumbers and more.
If you can’t find your canning supplies in store, then check out my Canning Creations idea list.
Super Saving Tip: Check the produce clearance bins. Mangos, peaches, tomatoes, apples and more are in those bins and ready to get canned.
End Of Year Flowers
My two favorite stores are Home Depot & Lowes. I always head to the garden clearance section in the back.
I can usually find some year round plants and flowers that I can plant now and see once again in the spring.
Great way to save, cause flowers get expensive.
Labor Day Luau
I am going to Hobby Lobby, The Dollar Tree , and Old Time Pottery and take advantage of their Luau party supplies that’s on clearance.
Tiki Lights, grass skirts, coconut bras, and Luau themed dish-ware. How much fun and mayhem we will have.
I plan on spending every minute I can in my Intex pool that I bought this year.
I am also taking advantage of products that had my eye on since the beginning of the season.
I really want a waterfall system like this one on Amazon .
There’s nothing like laying in the pool and listening to a waterfall, and at night this baby has multicolored lights to set the mood.
Hmmmm, just maybe I will keep my summer vibe going with this
Intex Inflatable Pool Spa .
Ya never know what I’m gonna do!