Tips for Getting MORE From Tony's Pizza Tips for Getting MORE From Tony's Pizza

Tips for Getting MORE from Tony’s Pizza

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I wish I could get MORE out of my kids around the house! With my kids having to wear school uniforms plus clothes that they change into when they come home, we have a lot of laundry to do. And of course, they never want to help. I have even gone as far as not doing my oldest sons laundry for a period of time. Then he came to me one morning, “Mom, I don’t have any pants to wear!” Needless to say, he now helps out!

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Get MORE out of Everyday Life:

Get MORE out of everyday life by setting time aside for yourself, even it is ten minutes that is just all you.

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Get MORE out of Dining Out:

Get MORE out of dining out by using coupons to eat out for dinner or where kids eat for free.

Get More out of Your Money:

Get MORE out of your money: This tip comes from Marci: Plan Ahead. Whether it is grocery shopping to gifts. Planning ahead will allow you to search for ways to save.

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    Terri spears
    March 8, 2011 at 10:00 pm

    My tip is how to clean your stainless appliances: use WD-40. It works awesome and it’s cheaper than the stainless cleaners without leaving streaks.

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    March 8, 2011 at 11:34 pm

    Okay I’m definitely a bargain shopper for my family. If we need expensive electronics that we cannot afford to buy brand new in the stores. We always go to our local pond shops and buy like our Playstation 3, PSP, Wii, Laptops, Amps, Subs, Movies, Games, Cameras, and just about everything that we can save on. I bought an Acer laptop with a 15.6″ screen & a Dell notebook for $400. I saved more than $800 that’s with including taxes. What a great bargain right? On these items you always want to test them before you leave the shops though and keep your receipt. I love pond shops they’re my favorite!!! Also with clothing stores I always hit the clearance shelves to find everything we need. Why buy a $30 outfit when I can just wait a couple more weeks to get it on sale? Food I stay will most store brands and buy very little name brands (some things you just have to buy name brand). Most of the time I buy name brands using coupons though which saves me plenty in the long run. I find most of them on your page thanks!! This is how I get more out of something which is MONEY!! More money to keep in my pocket for me to buy more items.

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    March 9, 2011 at 8:32 pm

    Creative? I clean my shower and bathtub while I shower. On days off, I’ll spray the whole thing down and let it sit for 10-15 minutes, then I just hop on in and clean away! Saves water, since I’m rinsing my hair the same time I rinse the soap off the walls. Plus, I am able to get those hard to reach places much easier since I’m actually IN the shower, and not trying to contort my body to reach from the side of the tub!

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    March 11, 2011 at 1:51 pm

    My most saavy household tip: let chemicals do the work…..i.e. if you use scrubbing bubbles in your shower, leave it to soak…..don’t scrub off immediately. It is much more effective

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    March 12, 2011 at 10:07 am

    Creative tip…. we have a rule that we have the kids do certain things to keep them busy while I am doing real work… it just helps

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    March 13, 2011 at 3:13 pm

    I use my leftover skim milk cartons to freeze ice in and then I crush it with a hammer to make crushed ice! Hey, it’s something the old cardboard cartons can be used for 🙂

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    March 14, 2011 at 7:18 pm

    My time saving tip is to make a complete list of all household chores and how often they need to be done (daily, weekly, monthly, etc). They are then assigned to myself, husband, and kid and are done. I try to do one or two extra chores a night to save “fun” time for the weekend. It has been working great around my household since the first of the year.

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    March 15, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    Don’t buy it if you don’t need it- even if it is on sale!!

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