Monday, January 14, 2013
Take a look at some of the items that you can find deals on this month, including diet foods, athletic and winter apparel, televisions and other electronics, tax filing software, furniture, appliances, chocolate and other snacks, toys and more.
Although money may be tight so soon after the holidays, there are great buys in January that are worth the expense. This week Frugal Family features items that are at their rock bottom prices in January. Some are obvious: wrapping paper, Christmas decorations and like seasonal products. Others may surprise you: frozen finger foods, chocolate and linens. Take a look at the following 23 products and see if there’s something you know you will need this year. By thinking ahead a few months, you will actually boost your budget’s bottom line in the long run.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
It’s not too late to plan a fabulous New Year’s Eve dinner party. But don’t wait any longer to prepare. Now is the time to start thinking about the details – or at least a few of them.
Sunday, November 27, 2011
We don't have to wait on a new year for a fresh start, God's mercies are fresh every day.
With the one-year birthday of South Cobb Patch in about two weeks and the fact that 2012 is rapidly approaching, new beginnings have been on my mind a lot this week. We all long for fresh starts from our past and, often times, we look at each birthday or beginning of the New Year on Jan. 1 as the perfect time to turn over a new leaf. But what if we didn’t wait for the calendar to cue us for our new beginnings? What if we truly began looking at each new day as a chance for a fresh start? My birthday is at the end of December and, as I get older, each one comes to represent less of a celebration and more an evaluation — a point when I take stock of the year of life I just finished. What are some things I did wrong and could do better? …
Friday, December 31, 2010
Looking for something to do tonight, but want to stay close to home? We've got you covered.
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- Kiri Walton
Friday, December 31, 2010
In South Cobb, you don't have to spend a lot or anything for that matter to go out and have a good time for New Year's Eve. If you're looking for something to do besides the Peach Drop and want to stay close to home, check out these great options below to help you ring in yet another year and another decade: The Pizza Bar's New Year Eve Party is classy and completely free. The staff asks that patrons wear black attire, though it's not required. There is no cover charge, and the pizza buffet is free, just like the party favors and the midnight champagne toast. Come prepared for a good time. Fat Cats Good and Fun will have music from both a live band, the JB Walker and the Cheap Whiskey Band, and DJ Blue, who will be playing a mixture of …