Daily Archives: March 29, 2012

Meal Planning with Relish! Try it FREE for 2 Weeks!

It’s meal planning Thursday! Relish is a weekly menu planner aimed to help busy families put wonderful meals on the table every night. No sloppy casseroles or expensive kitchen blunders. Instead look for everyday food…with a gourmet twist.  Each week Relish spotlights 15 new recipes to choose from (plus an entire database collection of older recipes you can search through) and generates a categorized shopping list based on the meals you select to make grocery shopping a breeze.  I LOVE using Relish every week, and I look forward to both meal planning and grocery shopping for those meals.  Seriously.

As a Clarksville Clipper, you can try Relish FREE for two weeks when you use voucher code CAYLA!  You can also view some sample recipes.  Check out their Welcome Video, too.  If you decide you like it and want to subscribe, it’s just $7/mo for a 3-month subscription.  If you subscribe to a longer term, it’s even less than that.

Next week in our house, we’re having:

[A] Lime Marinated Flank Steak | Sauteed Peppers and Onions
[B] Mini Ham and Cheese Sandwiches
[C] Rotini with Grilled Chicken
[D] Bacon Asparagus Egg Sandwiches
[E] Tomato Basil Crab Bisque

Relish! interface

Shopping list

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FREE Genealogy Forms from Family Tree Magazine

Here are some nice freebies if you’re into genealogy!

Getting organized and knowing how to address government agencies and organizations can help you get quicker, more effective results. Family Tree Magazine has created forms that can help you access and organize your family history information. They’re available in two formats: text and portable document format (PDF). The text versions give you the basic form structure in files you can open in your word-processing software. You can print, edit or even type your information right in the file. The PDF versions are read-only files with snazzier designs—they’re suitable for displaying or sharing your research with others.

You’ll need the free Adobe Reader to view and print the PDF forms. If you don’t already have this software, download it from Adobe.

Basic Charts and Worksheets
Here, you’ll find basic reference sheets and the forms you need to get started tracing your family tree.

Research Trackers and Organizers
These forms help you keep track of your research progress and organize your genealogy files.

Census Forms
Use these sheets to record information found in US censuses.

Immigration Forms
The forms in this area are designed for transcribing details from passenger lists.

Record Worksheets
On this page, you’ll find forms for recording information from a variety of genealogical records.

Oral History and Heirlooms
Look here for sheets to keep track of family stories, traditions and treasures.

Lipton Tea Sample (Still Available)

If you weren’t able to snag this sample from Lipton yet, it’s still available!

Play-Doh Mega Pack $9.99 at Target

Wow – this is a ton of Play-Doh!  Target has the Play-Doh Mega Pack (36 3oz cans) on sale for $9.99, in stores only.  These would be great to have as party favors!

Wow! 36 three-ounce cans of Play-Doh modeling compound in one Mega Pack! Theres almost no limit to what your little ones will imagine and create with so many bright colors to play with. Let the creativity begin! Ages 2 and up.

10″ Hanging Plants $3.74 at Home Depot + 50% Off Plants!

Spring is in the air, and it’s time to spruce up the outdoors!  We were at Home Depot this morning, and they had all of their 10″ hanging plants on sale for just $3.74!  They had a nice variety, and they were in pretty good shape (not scraggly clearance deals or anything).  I bought some petunias and some verbena — there’s no way I could pass up that price!

For my fellow gardeners, they also had a ton of plants (5″/25 fl oz and under, 4-pack, and 9-pack) on sale at 50% off!  I got two tomato plants for my little square foot garden (Better Boy and Early Girl) for $1.74/ea.

There’s a lot more stuff that’s discounted as a part of their “Spring Black Friday” sale, so check out the ad for more great bargains!

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