I pulled out the beginnings of the Christmas decorations and began decorating this week. I hung faux wreaths on the front doors, in the living room windows, and a garland over the mirror.
I put down a white table runner and decorated it with Christmas decorations I already had.
We put out the nativity with some faux greenery on the piano.
I returned two items that I had bought that are not going to work out. I took my daughter with me so that we could look at nearby stores for shoes for her. We found a pair that she loved, but they weren’t wide enough. I went home and found the same pair online in her size in a wide for $7 less (that also had free shipping).
I double-checked the items I ordered for my daughters on Friday from Amazon. They hadn’t shipped yet and were on a lightning deal for $5 off each. I canceled the order and reordered them to save $10.
Amazon offered me a free month of Prime, so I signed up.
We received about a 1/4 inch of rain, so I was able to leave the drip irrigation off again this week.
I harvested Meyer lemons, pomegranates, and green onions from the garden.
I read another Kristin Hannah book that I had requested from the library as an e-book. This one was also excellent; it was Winter Garden (affiliate link).
I put rolled-up towels in front of our front doors to block the cold winter draft.
What did you do to save money this past week?
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