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30 April 2012

Meal Planning changes my life:)

 Hi brazen broads! So glad to be doing my first blog post here, and I hope its helpful to you! Not anything too fancy but something that I have found so beneficial for me and my family. SO without further ado our topic today is  tada...Meal Planning! Do you meal plan? If you do I'd love to hear how its been for you. I'd like to say that I am not Type A and I'm okay with that, but i know that lists and organization help me greatly :) but doesn't come naturally to me at all. But I had the inkling about a year and a half ago to give this meal planning thing a go and found that I loved it not only for the ease of knowing whats for dinner,  but many other awesome things have come from it..which I'll talk about in a bit but first I just give you a peek at what I do. Before I do I'll tell you there is no one right way to do it. I think I do it a bit different all the time.. keeps my creativity going:) SO some people like to do monthly planning. I like to do week to week. There are cute little printables like this one here and here many others. There is this incredibly cool one on Pinterest..someday we'll see. Others like to just write down themes for what they want to make. like this...
Mondays - pasta
Tuesdays - soup, salad, and/or sandwiches
Wednesdays - stir fry
Thursdays - crock pot
Fridays - pizza
Saturdays - something new
Sundays - something easy

 I basically do what you see on this picture below.

 I write Breakfast,Lunch and Dinner and leave space to write 7 meals for each one. I don't specify like  Monday is this , Tuesday is this. I just like the freedom of choosing from the list what sounds good. I didn't on this particular one but I usually write a grocery list based on what I need for the week.. and a list of snacks I wanna make and try out. Our are pretty simple but I like to try something new like 2-3 times a week.One is usually leftovers for lunch and one is  just something super simple cause Dennis and I do date night and usually go out for dinner. SO why menu plan I mean what does it really profit you? Well that is the point isn't it? It needs to work for you and make life easier NOT harder, so do what works. Simplify simplify!
 Well I'll tell you several benefits that I have found.....
1. Saves us Money

Hands down  if you go to the grocery store with a plan and list you WILL save money! Often the best thing is to look in the freezer, fridge, and pantry most likely you have many meal ideas right in there. I mean for example; its not super exciting,   but one of the easiest meals for us and cost effective is black beans spiced up with rice served rolled up in whole wheat tortillas with sour cream and salsa and I'll serve it with salad or another veggie and some sliced up navel oranges. I almost always have beans, salsa and sour cream and brown rice.. so just purchase tortillas and I'm set for a meal. That's just one example but most likely you have more than you think.It also gives me a chance to look up any coupons or cut ones out more purposefully cause I know what I'm making. If  chicken is a great deal, were eating chicken this week..etc
2. It helps us eat better overall
We don't stay away from pre-made processed foods completely but this helps. I have found on average that it really doesn't take that long to make something from a box verse making it from scratch.. No really I'm not joking... so its cheaper to make your own stuff most of the time. Also I'm not getting random things at the store I don't need or I feel better getting that yummy coffee drink at Wegmans cause I'm saving the mola!

3.Saves Time and stress...

It just saves time overall, no more wondering at the last minute rush what are we eating... so less stress there and helps with planning ahead of time. I need to take the ground beef out of the freezer for tomorrow or whatever. And with those of us with little kiddos you know how valuable time can be. Sometimes I may make double and freeze it for another meal, or roll leftovers into another meal like leftover chicken from last nights meal becomes chicken salad for lunch or chicken noodle soup. Having that plan lets you see all this. To be honest a few times of doing this you get to know your favorites and it becomes something you do in no time. On average we eat similar things for breakfast and lunch and switch things up a bit for dinner. Having trouble figuring out some ideas.. I'd recommend just searching  on google" meal plans". Out in blog world I have seen so many people post their you a great many ideas.

So I'm a big fan of it at this house... how bout you ? 


Brazen Review ~ Tea With Friends, Elizabeth Knight

Front Cover'Find yourself a cup of tea; the teapot is behind you.  Now tell me about hundreds of things.' ~ Saki

Taking Tea -
All tea - Black, Green, Oolong, or blended, which includes more than 3,000 varieties comes from an evergreen bush, Camellia sinensis.  Tea ranks as the world's second most popular beverage; water clinched the number one spot.  High in some vitamins and minerals, tea boasts a number of health benefits to those who consume more than two cups daily.  Popular herbal teas, made with herbs, flowers, roots, berries, bark, or leaves from any plant other than Camellia sinensis are not really tea.  These brewed beverages are actually called infusions or tisanes.  Who knew?  This Broad learned something (a lot of somethings) new!

Knight organizes this charming book neatly.  An opening, Taking Tea, explains the who, what, where, why and how of the domestic ritual.  Then the author devotes a section to each of the twelve months of the year, suggesting tea party ideas and sprinkling in lovely quotes and interesting tidbits about drinking tea, including practices from tea drinking countries around the world. 

After reading Knight's delightful book, this Broad has become infatuated with the idea of hosting a Tea.  Even though the day honoring St. Patrick is gone for this year, I think I'll start with March's offering, St. Patrick's Day Ceili Tea!

'In the lilt of Irish laughter you can hear the angels sing!' - Chauncey Olcott and George Graff, 'When Irish Eyes Are Smiling'.

The invitation should read - 'In honor of St. Patrick's Day, join me for a cup of Tay!  Please prepare to toast the auld sod with an Irish story, song, or poem.'

Tea With Friends was a pleasure to read, and the illustrations were colorful and whimsical.  I'll recommend this book to anyone curious about or already besotted with all things tea. 

Overall Rating - ♣♣♣♣♣

 - Moíra ♣

25 April 2012

Braised Broads ~ Quick And Easy Lunches

Easy Lunches: Big Taste, Kind To The Pocketbook...

I don't like to cook lunch.  Why?  Because I'm usually cooking dinner!  I cook in steps throughout the day most often, cleaning up as I go.  You see, I hate cleaning up after a big meal.  I love cooking the big meal, but the dishes...not so much.  So, I work in manageable chunks so I never have to look at a disaster.  That would deflate my happiness bubble immensely.  (Or I cook dishes that don't make a big these lunches I'll feature today.)

First up is a sandwich that ties Mediterranean flavors together deliciously! 

Take a loaf of Italian bread and slice it long-wise.  Dash a generous coating of olive oil over its surface and sprinkle with kosher salt and pepper. 

Slice fresh dates (I buy pitted because I don't want to deal with cutting the pits out....) in half and cover your bread.  Top with sliced chunks (or little circles if you find the pre-separated kind) of soft-ball mozzarella cheese and then drape a layer of sopresatta (Italian salami that is too delicious to describe) on top. 

A great way to add some greens to your diet is to then top with fresh spinach leaves, douse with a shot of olive oil and pinch of salt.  Bake in a 375 degree oven for 12 minutes.  You will enjoy a little slice of heaven.  The sweet of the date mingles with the salty of the sopresatta in just the right proportions to make you smile as if you've just heard the best secret in the world.  Ahhhh.  Delish!

Line your baking sheet with parchment paper for easy cleanup - or use a natural stone that requires no clean up other than a scrape and wipe down.  Easy as pie!  (Er, now that I think about it, I find this statement rather awful.  I find pie baking incredibly NOT EASY...ha!  I'm going to start saying 'Easy as toast' or some other pithy remark.  I'll have to think about this...)

On to easy lunch option two...

This idea came via Rachael Ray's Yum-O, her cookbook for kids!  My boys liked this recipe and so did I.  It did take some convincing for them to try it.  Once they did, it was easy sailing. 

Spray a small/medium skillet with non-stick spray or coat with a little olive oil after shredding about a cup of Colby-jack cheese and thinly slicing a crisp green apple.  Place a tortilla in the pan and coat one half of it with the shredded cheese.  Then layer some green apple slices over the cheese.  Once the tortilla has browned a bit, fold it over and toast a minute or so more.  Voila!  That's it!  Super easy.  You've just provided a quick, tasty, nutritious lunch - and done so with little trouble.  And seriously, is there anything better than apples and cheese?  I mean, really...

Now sit down and enjoy your scrumptious mid-day meal. 

 - Moíra ♣

24 April 2012

Tuesday Teaser ~ April 24, 2012

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading. Here's how it works..

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two "teaser" sentences from somewhere on that page.
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (Make sure what you share does not give too much away! You don't want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author too so other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

Front Cover
Tea With Friends, Elizabeth Knight

      'Next to acquiring good friends, the best acquisition is that of good books.' - Charles Caleb Colton

Pg. 4 - 'Afternoon tea, or low tea, was 'invented' by Anna Maria, the seventh Duchess of Bedford (1783 - 1857), one of Queen Victoria's ladies-in-waiting.  In her day, the upper crust ate a huge breakfast, little lunch, and a very late dinner.  Every afternoon, at about five o'clock, the duchess experienced a 'sinking feeling'.'

Pg. 23 - 'In olden days a tea made with ground ivy was drunk on April 8 as a protection against spring fever.'

I adore this book!  What a pleasurable and informative read.  I learned a great deal about tea, both the beverage and the ritual.  Being an avid tea drinker - I take tea every day - I knew I would most likely enjoy this library find, but honestly, I think many readers would like this short book.
 -  Moíra ♣

21 April 2012

Coffee Talk With Moíra ♣ ~ April 21, 2012

Practice Kindness This Week...Feed Your Soul!

Visiting around this week, I happened across Tickles To Giggles.  Please take a few minutes to read this excellent post about Random Acts Of Kindness!  This gal took her kids on a 'Random-Acts-Of-Kindness-Lollapalooza'!  From morning to evening, this family spread smiles all across their town.  It sort of got me to thinking...

What if I took my boys and we attempt only three things in a day?  How will it affect them?  How will it affect me? 

Watch for my updates!  We're planning our Day Of Kindness! 

 - Moíra ♣

19 April 2012

Gone by Micheal Grant

In the blink of an eye.
Everyone disappears.
Everyone except for the young. Teens. Middle schoolers. Toddlers. But not a single adult. No teachers, no cops, no doctors, no parents. Gone, too, are the phones, internet, and television. There is no way to get help.
Hunger threatens. Bullies rule. A sinister creature lurks. Animals are mutating. And the teens themselves are changing, developing new talents—unimaginable, dangerous, deadly powers—that grow stronger by the day.
It's a terrifying new world. Sides are being chosen and war is imminent.
The first in a breathtaking saga about teens battling each other and their darkest selves, gone is a page-turning thriller that will make you look at the world in a whole new way.

 Gone is a great novel for anyone.  It is easy to read, but keeps you riveted the whole time, wondering whats going to happen next.  I would suggest it to anyone around twelve or older, just as long as they like a good sci-fi type action book.  With a great plot line, interesting twists on reality, and good views of what would happen in such a case, I loved this book.  It is a series, and the first book leaves you wishing for the second, wondering what will happen next in this strange new world, and who, or what will be left in the end.
    ~Willow Naveen

Overall Rating :  4/5 stars
Storyline -  4/5
Heroes-  4/5
Villains-  3.5/5
Setting -  4/5

17 April 2012

Tuesday Teaser ~

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading. Here's how it works..

  • Grab your current read
  • Open to a random page
  • Share two "teaser" sentences from somewhere on that page.
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (Make sure what you share does not give too much away! You don't want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author too so other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
Hi, All!  I've been absent the last two weeks, catching up on my reading.  Now I've got a new teaser to share.

Front Cover  Mina reviewed one of Katie MacAlister's books awhile back, and that review left me eager to search out this author.  When I saw this title, I had to give it a try.  One hilarious escapade after another, Men In Kilts is sure to elicit a giggle even from the staunchest of readers.  If you like humor sprinkled throughout your romance once in awhile, this is sure to please.

Teaser - ' 'Would you like to meet me in the lobby or should I come to your room and knock you up?'
(Culture and speaking differences between hero and heroine are So, so fun....anyhoo...)
Honest to god, I didn't bat an eye.'

Hope you got a small giggle at least.  This book has had me laughing out loud in my living room long after everyone is fast asleep for the night. 
 - Moíra ♣

12 April 2012

The Death Cure by James Dashner

Thomas knows that Wicked can't be trusted, but they say the time for lies is over, that they've collected all they can from the Trials and now must rely on the Gladers, with full memories restored, to help them with their ultimate mission. It's up to the Gladers to complete the blueprint for the cure to the Flare with a final voluntary test.
What Wicked doesn't know is that something's happened that no Trial or Variable could have foreseen. Thomas has remembered far more than they think. And he knows that he can't believe a word of what Wicked says.
The time for lies is over. But the truth is more dangerous than Thomas could ever imagine.
Will anyone survive the Death Cure?

As the final book in James Dashners The Maze Runner trilogy, i was disappointed.  Not, of course in the book, but the fact that it is over. This book was almost more suspense than I could handle, but I managed.  This book, also, I don't believe I set down once.  It kept me up late at night ( which my mother did not find at all pleasing considering the fact of I had school at six in the morning...) and I absolutely loved it.  James Dashner is clear about everything, but still seems able to leave it up to your imagination.  With many twists and thrilling events, I think this was a great ending to a great trilogy.  The ending of the book didn't suck either( You know how that goes-- you read the final book in a series, and the ending makes you furious).  Of course, there was still that feeling of remorse that the adventure was over.  If you love action, sci-fi, amazing writing, and enough suspense to make your heart explode, then these are the books for you!

Watch out for the prequel, coming out in August of 2012: The Kill Order

~ Willow Naveen ♥

Overall Rating: ♣♣♣♣♣

08 April 2012

The Magnificent Ambersons, Booth Tarkington

"At the age of nine, George Amberson Minafer, the Major's one grandchild, was a princely terror..."

Georgie Amberson Minafer, the spoiled only grandchild of a wealthy Midwest family, is alternately loathed and revered by nearly everyone in town. His beautiful face and privileged upbringing create an image that is difficult for people to resist, particularly people who are used to watching everything the Amberson family says and does. When Lucy Morgan arrives in town and enters the story, she too is captured by the magnificence of the Amberson family, and particularly by Georgie. But little do Georgie and Lucy know that their parents were also once in love.
Isabel Amberson, Georgie's mother, was the most sought-after girl in town. Eugene Morgan, Lucy's father, was the only young man who could capture Isabel's heart. Through a youthful misunderstanding the star-crossed lovers were parted, only to be reunited years later, now with children of their own. Will Eugene and Isabel be able to finish their love story with a happy ending? Or will Georgie, used to being worshipped by his mother, be unable to accept that his mother is a woman who may need some completion outside of serving her one and only adored son?
The Magnificent Ambersons is a story of unfulfilled love and the redemption of the human soul told against the backdrop of a changing world, a world in which old money and family prestige is rapidly being taken over by progress and industrialization. Written in 1918 and winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 1919, The Magnificent Ambersons still delivers a relative tale for today's audience that is facing a whole new set of socioeconomic pressures in an ever-changing world.

My thoughts:

The Magnificent Ambersons begins quaintly, the descriptions of the time evoking nostalgia in a Broad born one hundred years after those 'good-old-days' had long passed.  The truth embedded within Tarkington's vivid recounting had me chuckling out loud in more than a few spots. 

The story revolves around The Ambersons, a wealthy family from an age that bred 'gentlemen', an age that slowly perishes in the face of 'modern ideas and ideals', much to third generation George Amberson Minafer's chagrin.  I could not help but laugh at the stubborn resistance to change found in George, mostly because through his actions and feelings I re-discovered the wisdom of my grandmother's words. 
'The more things change, the more they stay the same.'
People still don't like change.  At least in my family.  Ha!
More so, I experienced George's deep felt frustration and sadness at seeing an entire way of life, a simpler existence, slipping away. 

Old money lived and believed in a certain moral code, a well-defined structure to society which began to crumble after the turn of the century and the genesis of the manufacturing age.  Changes in class, dress, and the spreading out of the populace as automobiles expanded man's environments changed our nation dramatically - changed the way we live forevermore.  This novel relates the eventual toll these changes effect on the Amberson family.

Well written, Tarkington employed just the right touches of nostalgia, affection, and humor to engross this Broad from the first page to the last.  I fell in love with his characters!  The stalwart Major, the lovable and carefree George Sr., the indulgent yet ever loving and tender Isabel, the spunk and pluckiness of Aunt Fanny - all pleased along with the characters' faults, too.  Most interesting were George Amberson Minafer and Lucy Morgan.  The budding relationship between these young people had twists and turns aplenty without ever being blatant.  It was more than refreshing.  The innocence in which lives were lived - the well of emotion and thoughtful contemplation revealed with sublime subtlety was wholly lovely to immerse myself in.

The exchange between Eugene Morgan and young George about how the automobile would change the face of the world was fantastic as the dire prediction -
'It may be that they (automobiles) will not add to the beauty of the world, nor to the life of men's souls.' -
rang more true than I'd care to admit. 

George Amberson Minafer represents the best and worst in all of us.  Dreadfully arrogant and full of his own self-importance, George surprised me with the depth of his sentiment toward Lucy, toward his mother.  He was a royal horse's ass in many ways, but he loved deeply and felt great affection for those who got inside his heart.
The scene where he confronts his actions toward his mother, honestly and genuinely, brought the tears up in my eyes, and I'm not sure that's ever happened to me before!

Georgie Minafer's enemies always wanted him to get his 'comeuppance', but sometimes life has a way of taking the worst circumstances and, from them, producing a man.

Story - ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣ ♣
Follow The Magnificent Ambersons: The Book Tour, hosted by Legacy Romance and The Vintage Reader.  Buy at Amazon.

This book was provided by Legacy Romance for review.  The opinions expressed are solely my own.
 - Moíra ♣

05 April 2012

The Scorch Trials by James Dashner

The Scorch Trials picks up where The Maze Runner left off. The Gladers have escaped the Maze, but now they face an even more treacherous challenge on the open roads of a devastated planet.  They are told the minimal, and face the worst.
And WICKED has made sure to adjust the variables and stack the odds against them.
Can Thomas survive in such a violent world?

The Second book in the Maze Runner series left me furious.  Not at the book or the author, but at the characters.  You know, the 'bad guys'.  Just when they thought the whole ordeal was done, it wasn't.  Now you as a reader know that-- he wouldn't write a book about nothing at all.  This surprisingly realistic situation leaves your brain thinking, and wanting more.  I honestly don't think I ever set the book down.  The Scorch Trials is book full of suspense, twists, and emotion.  I swear that if you liked the first book in the novel, then you will love this one.  James Dashner did a phenomenal job of writing this book-- it is well written and able to bring out emotions, making you laugh at appropriate times or feeling angry.  He was well organized and kept me craving the next page, chapter, book.  I promise You won't lose interest, it is well worth the read!

Watch out for my next review on the Final book in The Maze Runner trilogy: The Death Cure

~ Willow Naveen ♥

Overall Rating: ♣♣♣♣♣

04 April 2012

Brazen Review- Discord's Apple by Carrie Vaughn

   Evie Walker is going home.  Caring for her father who is dying of cancer won't be easy.  The world around her is crumbling into chaos.  She lost her mother in a suicide bombing in Seattle.  Rationing and roadblocks checkpoints are back.  Nations are rising up and starting a war.  But for Evie, her father's old house, passed down through a few generations, holds more than memories.  
   In the basement, someplace she really never thought much about nor cared to go, is a storeroom for magic.  Things from epics and fairy tales alike.  Glass slippers and golden fleece, but not everything from the past is there.  Some want to find a way in.
   The storeroom will be hers, and protecting the treasures a first priority.  Some of the things inside are too powerful to let fall into the wrong hands.  The room, and house, are protected by strong magic, but that doesn't mean that nothing can find a way in.  
   Evie is good protagonist.  The love for her father and the helplessness she faces in his illness are clearly evident.  She seems a real person and not the cookie-cutter wonder woman of a lot of novels.  Her family has been guardians of the storeroom for millennia. 
   She meets a stranger calling himself Alex.  She waffles about trusting him, but has little choice at times.  Alex, to me, is fascinating.  His story, as Vaughn crafts it, could be told in a whole book of it's own.  Taking a brief character from Virgil's Aeneid, and giving him life.  For his tale alone, you should read the book.
   The end may not be quite what is expected, but I liked it nonetheless.  It seemed a bit slow in some spots to begin with, but picks up.  There is a bit of romance, but I wouldn't categorize this as such.    
   I have to say, I'm glad I picked this up.


Overall Rating :  ♣♣♣
Storyline -  ♣♣♣♣

Hero -  ♣♣♣♣♣

Heroine -  ♣♣♣♣

Romance Heat -  ♣♣

Setting -  ♣♣♣

03 April 2012

Tuesday Teaser ~ April 03, 2012

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following:
Grab your current read - Open to a random page
  • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
  • BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
  • Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!

Welcome back to Tuesday Teasers!  I missed you all last week!

The Scorpion & the Seducer (Leisure Historical Romance)My feature today is from a library find I happened upon at my local library.  So glad I did!  This romance novel is a great read thus far.

The Scorpion and the Seducer, by Bonnie Vanak

Pg.  137 ~ 'Caire - noise, dusty, throbbing like a heartbeat.  Dark-eyed children held out a pleading palm, the fellahin were busy hauling items or selling; snake charmers, a man entertaining pedestrians with a trained monkey, the pale-skinned English driven in cabs by dark-skinned drivers - it was a living mass of humanity in the land of the burning yellow sun and the sharp blue skies.'

Pg. 228 ~ '"You're more beautiful than dawn over the pyramids."
The husky admiration in Thomas's voice gave her confidence.  Jasmine lifted her chin, let her arms drop to her sides. 
He held out a hand.  "Come to me, Jas."
This was it then, no turning back.  One more step and she crossed a threshold for both of them.  Jasmine hesitated a moment, feeling as if she were about to embark on a wonderful, exciting yet fearsome journey.'

What are you reading this week? 

 - Moíra ♣

01 April 2012

Coffee Talk With Moíra - April 1, 2012

Broads On A Budget

With all the negative prattle about the economy dancing across our television sets during the six o'clock nightly news, money, finances, and the household budget are subjects sure to crop up.  We've felt the pinch in our household.  My husband is an RN, and with the Medicare cutbacks, hospitals and nursing homes are cutting expenses.  Those expenses are cut in wages (lack of raises for two years running), benefits (our cost doubled while coverage was halved), and overtime.

Add in the latest kick in the pants with rising gas prices, and you've got a household budget emergency broadcast.  'Attention homemakers, the price of meat has doubled, so your grocery budget is a joke.  Your gas tank has consumed its weekly quota of cash from running errands, and the kids are whining to go to an overpriced movie.  Mutiny is imminent.  This has been a test.  If an actual emergency had been...'  Uh, yeah.  You get it. 

  What's a Broad to do?  Mina and I have been talking (Oh!  The talking.  My husband claims that we know just enough to be dangerous - ha!)  Anyhoo, we're rather attached to reading scads of books a month, chatting endlessly on the phone, decorating our homes and yards, and trying new recipes on a whim.  Pretty basic pleasures of life, but under threat with the current economic situation.  I jest, but many people are losing their jobs.  It's disconcerting. 

The Broads are going Frugal!  Now to any who knew Mina and I way back when this will not come as a surprise.  We used to play 'Little House On The Prairie' when we were girls, pretending that we had a farm - complete with animals and a butter churn.  No kidding.  (Ah, the 'good-ole'-days' when my most pressing concern was whether I'd missed 'Please Don't Eat The Daisies', or whether I'd be caught riding my bike across 'The Hill')  No.  Mina and I have always had an affinity for things au-naturel, homemade, earthy - if you will.

So, we'll still be featuring new recipes in 'Braised Broads' and 'Broads On The Bake', but we'll be adding in more ideas of how to be creative with inexpensive ingredients. We'll also be looking for ways to save money around the house.  Mina, for example makes her own laundry soap - so does Kelley.  I cut my boys' hair.  Kelley is a coupon-ing whiz.

Being I love books, I'll link up to Maria Zaninni's book,  The Frugal Way: Smart Budgets For Busy People.  It's filled with the basics.  If you're already a frugal Broad, share your favorite ways to stretch your dollars!   

 - Moíra ♣


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