Tag Archives: Saturday

Small Savings – Big Fortune


Buy Gas on Monday. – Its the cheapest gas day in 23 states. According to GasBuddy . Thursday is the most expensive day. If you stick to Mondays you could save at least $325 a year.


Pick your flights carefully – The cheapest days to fly are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Farecompare.com revealed that a Boston to Las Vegas round trip cost $500 from Friday to Sunday but $228 from Saturday to Wednesday – Saving $272


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When We Eat Matters

I am one of those ‘Saturday, Sunday’ people. I love a beer or two and at least one hamburger. I figure I work out enough and watch what I eat for five days of the week so need to relax for the two days left.

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When We Eat Matters (Infographic) original size

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This Will Bring A Smile To Your Face

This was sent to me from someone in Australia. There has been over 13 million viewers and it made me smile so thought I would share so it would give you a smile for the day too. Have a great Saturday.

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My Photo’s This Week – Good To Be Alive

These photo’s were taken at daybreak Saturday the 18th. They were taken at Mooloolaba, Australia and as you can see it was rather cold and blustery. I am the one in the stripes.

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Crawfish And Beer

After all the rain we had, Saturday afternoon was just fantastic. The temperature was great and the sky was clear.

This is what we do in Texas on a Saturday when it is Crawfish season.

My plate of Crawfish.

I did over indulge but oh those crawfish was just soooo good.

I enjoyed every single one of them

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Saturday – Temptation Day

Sale Day

Well It is Saturday and a day that can be very tempestuous. Everywhere in the Malls and shopping areas are Sales to drag you in the store and get you to spend money.

Money no object? Go for it.

If that is not the case then either stay away or ask these questions before you spend the cash or take out the credit card.

1. Do I need it?

2. Can I afford it?

3. Will I use it?

4. Is it worth it.

5. Do you think you can get it cheaper elsewhere.

5 simple questions that can make a difference. I use it often myself.

I ask the questions, go for a walk around and think about it. Sometimes I go back and get it, other times I persuade myself that I can live without it and there is something else I would rather have.

SOURCE: Simply fantastic – Living Better On Less

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