Breakfast With Mavis…

This morning I ate two slices of toast with creamy peanut butter and homemade raspberry jam.

How about you?

Breakfast With Mavis…

Its been said, breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  Really?  Could this be true? I don’t know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day… I mean what about snack time?  I think snack time is way more important than breakfast.  But what do I know?

Anyway, I thought it would be fun to document what I ate for breakfast this year.  For better or worse.

This morning I enjoyed 2 leftover Fisher Scones swimming in warm milk, with a generous scoop of home-made peach jam and about 27 cups of English breakfast tea.

How about you?  What did you eat?

See You Next Year!

I’m taking the weekend off to celebrate the New Year.  Be sure and check back bright and early Monday, January 2nd, 2012. I have some exciting news to share with you and fun giveaway as well.


New Coupons:

Save $1.00 on any Lipton Green Tea or Pyramid Tea Bags. (Zip code 77477)

Save $1.00 on Nivea Lip Care. (Zip code 77477) I love this stuff!  You can usually find Nivea tubes for $2 at drugstores.  So only $1 each after coupon. Continue Reading »

If you are a foodie, looking for an exquisite chili recipe, LOOK AWAY! The Girl Who Thinks She’s A Bird likes to cook. Cooking is a good thing, something I encourage.  However, she does have her limits. Continue Reading »

Coupons.com just released 5 new coupons that I think are super awesome!

Save $1.00 off any 1 Barilla Pasta Sauce (zip code 19543)

Save $1.00 off any 1  Kashi GoLean Cereal (zip code 19543)

Save $1.00 off any 1 Kashi Go Lean Crisp Cinnamon Crumble Cereal (zip code 19543)

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I’m having a really hard time trying to decide what to do next year.  I mean, do I want to continue trying to spend one hundred dollars a month on groceries?

The obvious answer would be yes.  After all, why on earth would I want to go back to spending $400, $600 or even $800 a month on groceries if I was able to go an entire year spending only $100 a month? Continue Reading »