Monday, 24 April 2017

Savers 50% Off Voucher.

Savers op shop are running a promotion for the ANZAC long weekend. Donate a bag of unwanted items and receive a 50% off storewide voucher on your next total purchase.

This promotion ends Tuesday 25th April 2017.  Please check your local store for opening times especially for ANZAC Day.  My local store at Narre Warren is open from 1 - 6pm on Tuesday.

The voucher expiry is May 21st 2017.

Time to have a quick clean out and make the most of this great offer.



Saturday, 22 April 2017

This Week's Frugal Tasks Saturday 22nd April 2017

My frugal list is a short one this week due to different circumstances.  I took some time off on Sunday and Monday to relax and spend time with my family and extended family for Easter.  Tuesday I worked due to the public holiday on Monday.  Wednesday was the monthly shopping day and fridge / freezer buying day.  Darren helped get the washing,  vacuuming and mopping done while I was out shopping.  Thursday I was unwell so I spent the day taking it easy.  Friday I was busy again with work,  a visitor,  work drop offs and pickups for Megan then the movies with Darren and Jessica.

So here I am.  Friday night and wondering what I did this week to save some money.  Here's what I managed to get done amidst the busyness -

*  Replanted 6 strawberry runners ( plants ) that were growing in the garden.

*  Saved the shower water to use on the veggie seedlings.

*  Picked lettuce to use in three of our main meals.

*  Wrote a menu plan for the next four weeks.

*  Fed lots of grass and clover to the chickens.

*  Picked a couple of feijoas from the ground each day.  I've enjoyed eating them as a snack.

*  Sold four dozen eggs.

*  Dried the washing on the line.  I didn't do as many loads this week so there's a saving on the water use too.

*  We put a deposit on a new side by side fridge / freezer this week.   After getting a quote at one retailer,  we went to another store and they bettered the other quote.  The fridge / freezer was already on sale at a very good price too  It always pays to ask for the best price possible.

*  I did the monthly food shopping on Wednesday and stuck to the list.  Always a bonus to stick to the plan.

* Found $1 in an abandoned trolley when I was taking mine back. A dollar is a dollar and will be used wisely.

*  Gratefully received a few capsicums from my friend Maureen's garden  a couple of weeks ago  I diced and froze them into small portions to go in casseroles.

*  Baked a few cranberry hootycreek biscuits and peanut butter choc chip biscuits using dough from the freezer.

Easter decorations in our entry.

Eater dccorations on the kitchen dresser

Feijoas ripening on the windowsill


 How did you save money,  time or energy this week.  I'd love to see your frugal list.      

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Ice Cube Trays - Another 5 Ways To Save Money

Do you have ice cube trays sitting in your cupboard unused ?  Then here's another 5 ways to use them and save a little money -

*  Make your own baby food and portion it into the ice cube trays.  This is great for when you are introducing a new food to your baby.

*  Make chocolate covered strawberries without the mess.  Pour melted chocolate into each cube.  Place a strawberry in each cube pushing down slightly.  Refridgerate until the chocolate hardens.

*  Freeze pureed fruit to make your own smoothies.   This is a much cheaper option than the supermarket bought,  prepackaged frozen fruit cubes.

*  Use ice cube trays as snack trays for your children.  This is a wonderful way to portion control and present healthy food.

*  Novelty shaped ice cube trays make wonderful soap moulds.  The soaps are a perfect size for little hands and make great presents..


Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Grocery Specials Starting Wednesday 18th April 2017

Here are this week's grocery specials -


COLES -

*  Arnott’s Salada Crispbread 250gWas $3.00, Save $1.00  Now $2.00 each

*  Vege Chips Original 100g1/2 PRICE Was $3.40, Save $1.70  Now $1.70 each

*   Bonne Maman Jam 370g1/2 PRICE Was $5.00, Save $2.50  Now $2.50 each

*  Maharajah’s Choice Basmati Rice 5kg1/2 PRICE On sale for 2 weeks.
Was $17.50, Save $8.75 
Now $8.75 each

*  Golden Crumpet Rounds 6 Pack1/2 PRICE Was $3.30, Save $1.65  Now $1.65 each

*  30% OFF Poise

*  30% OFF Carefree & Stayfree Pads, Liners & Tampons

*  Palmolive Naturals Shower Gel 500mLWas $5.39, Save $2.39  Now $3.00 each

*  !/2 price on selected Dove products.

*  Macleans Extreme Clean Toothpaste 170g1/2 PRICE Was $5.00, Save $2.50  Now $2.50 each

*  Morning Fresh Dishwashing Liquid 900mL1/2 PRICE Was $6.95, Save $3.48  Now $3.47 each

*  Ansell Handy Disposable Gloves 100 Pack1/2 PRICE Was $11.00, Save $5.50  Now $5.50 each

*  Chux Heavy Duty Scourer Scrubs 3 Pack1/2 PRICE Was $3.20, Save $1.60  Now $1.60 each

*  Sard Oxy Plus Stain Remover 1kg1/2 PRICE Was $7.29, Save $3.65  Now $3.64 each

*  1/2 PRICE D├ęcor Microsafe

*  30% OFF Mix Socks & Underwear

*  Adrenaline or Spa & Wellness Gift Cards 40% OFF

*   1/2 PRICE All Maybelline MakeUp

*  30% OFF Neutrogena Facial Skincare

WOOLWORTHS -

*  Moccona Classic Freeze Dried Coffee 200g – Excludes Indulgence Range Now $9.00 each1/2 Price, Save $9.39

*  Arnott’s Shapes 160-190g Now $1.50 each1/2 Price, Save $1.50

*  Campbell’s Real Stock Varieties 1 Litre Now $1.99 each 1/2 Price, Save $2.00

*  Vanish Napisan Gold Oxi Action or Crystal White 2 kg Now $9.99 each1/2 Price, Save $10.00

*  Edgell Corn 420g Now $0.88 each 1/2 Price, Save $0.89

*  20% off All Be Natural

*  Freedom Foods Active Balance 350g Now $2.99 each1/2 Price, Save $3.00

*  Golden Crumpet Breaks Pk 6 Now $1.99 each1/2 Price, Save $2.00

*  Tip Top English Muffin Varieties Pk 6 Now $2.45 each1/2 Price, Save $2.45

*    30% off All Maybelline

*  20% off All Glad Cling & Bake

*  Palmolive Dishwashing Liquid 700-750ml Now $2.74 each1/2 Price, Save $2.75

*  30% off All Jamie Oliver Kitchenware

*  30% off All Arcosteel Cookware

*  1/2 Price All Sistema Coloured Home Storage

*  30% off All CLiO, Razza Matazz & Sheer Relief

*  1/2 Price All Sistema Klip It

*  15% off $30, $50, $100 iTunes Gift Cards.

Saturday, 15 April 2017

This Week's Frugal Tasks Saturday 15th April 2017

Happy Easter to all of you. May you enjoy the small break from work and your normal routines as we celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Here's what we got up to this week in the Gower home -

*  Made 1 kilo of yoghurt from scratch.  My starter was some homemade natural yoghurt that I'd frozen from the last batch.

*  Baked lots of cranberry hootycreek biscuits using dough I'd frozen a while ago.

*  Sold one dozen eggs.

*  Gratefully received a bag of apples from a local fruit and veg shop.

*  Stocked up on chicken drumsticks bought at $2.49 kg.

*  Made bread pudding using saved bread crusts.

*  Baked four loaves of wholemeal bread with extra goodness.

*  Filled up with petrol at $1.19 per litre before it went up for the Easter holidays.

*  Made two bottles of  50 / 50 cordial.

*  Made two dozen hot cross buns.

*  Dried the washing on the line.

*  Picked a bowl of feijoas from our garden.  Very yummy.

*  Gratefully received a handmade lemon myrtle room freshener spray from a friend.  It smells divine.

*  Gratefully received milk,  capsicums,  cucumbers and eggs from various friends.

  
Feijoas from our tree



50  / 50 cordial

Hot cross buns being glazed

Bread pudding

Cranberry hootycreek biscuits baking.


What was on your frugal list this week ?


Thursday, 13 April 2017

Bread Pudding In The Slow Cooker

    
 I found a similar recipe  to this in a slow cooker cookbook years ago.   I had to adapt it as the original recipe was American - which means LOTS OF SUGAR. I'm guesstimating the amount of milk I use as I never really measure it. I always seem to pour a bit more over the bread if it looks like it needs more.

I use the crusts from the end of a loaf of bread. I save them up in the freezer until I have 6 - 8 truly making it a cheap dessert.   You can use wholemeal, multigrain or white bread. I have also made the milk up using powdered milk. It works out just fine.

6 - 8 slices of bread
600 - 800 mls of milk
4 eggs
1/3 cup of brown sugar
Dash of vanilla essence
Good shake of nutmeg and cinnamon
Jam - any flavour
1/3 cup of chopped walnuts

Turn on slow cooker first - high if it's a slow,  slow cooker or low if it's a fast slow cooker  
Spray the slow cooker with canola oil
Very lightly spread the jam over the bread and cut into large squares - perhaps 6 per slice. Place evenly in the bottom of slow cooker with jam facing up.

In a bowl mix eggs, sugar, vanilla, milk, cinnamon and nutmeg. Pour over the bread in slow cooker dunking the bread under the mixture.  
Sprinkle the walnuts on top.

Cook for 3 hours and serve with cream or icecream.

Leftovers can be refrigerated for 2 days and heated up in the microwave as needed.

Bread pudding starting to cook.

Bread crusts with jam

Poured the egg mixture over the bread.

Dessert with cream.  Yum  !!!

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Grocery Specials Starting Wednesday 12th April 2017


Here are this week's best grocery specials -

COLES -

*  Cadbury Melts Cooking Chocolate 225g1/2 PRICE  Was $4.19, Save $2.10  Now $2.09 each

*  Tip Top English Muffins 6 Pack1/2 PRICE Was $4.90, Save $2.45  Now $2.45 each

*  Cheezels Snacks 110g1/2 PRICE Was $2.00, Save $1.00  Now $1.00 each

*  Mars Maltesers 360g or M&M’s Peanut 440g1/2 PRICE Was $10.00, Save $5.00  Now $5.00 each

*  Cottee’s Jam 500g Was $3.35, Save $1.35  Now $2.00 each

*  Buy Any 2 Get the 3rd FREE Colgate Total

*  1/2 PRICE Mum Deodorant

*  1/2 PRICE Decor Microsafe

*  30% OFF Wiltshire Gadgets & Bakeware

*  30% Off Black Swan Classic or Crafted Dips

* Bic Soleil Twilight Lavender Razors 4 Pack Save $4.98  Now 2 for $6.00

WOOLWORTHS -

*  Mars Gift Boxes 300-440g Now $5.00 each1/2 Price, Save $5.00

*  20% off All Dr. Oetker Baking.

*  Imported Smoked Cod (Hake) Fillets Now $10.00 kg Save $5.00 kg Seafood may not be available in all stores. Thawed for your convenience. ( I ask for frozen )

*  Golden Crumpets Rounds Pk 6 Now $1.65 each1/2 Price, Save $1.65

*  Castello Cheese 150g Now $3.70 each1/2 Price, Save $3.70.  Wonderful for a treat.

*  Praise Traditional or Fat Free Mayonnaise 365-410g Now $1.70 each1/2 Price, Save $1.70

*  Praise Dressings 330ml Now $1.74 each1/2 Price, Save $1.75.  Check the best before dates.  You might be able to stock up for next Summer.

*  Always Fresh Wedges, Sliced or Pitted Olives 220g Now $2.50 each1/2 Price, Save $2.50

*  Always Fresh Baby Cucumbers 350g Now $1.75 each1/2 Price, Save $1.95

*  Golden Circle Drink 1 Litre Now $1.07 each1/2 Price, Save $1.08

*   30% off All Inspire Bakeware

*  20% off All Deeko Disposable Picnic

*  30% off All Maybelline Cosmetics.

*  30% off All Lynx

*  Morning Fresh Dishwashing Liquid 900ml Now $3.45 each1/2 Price, Save $3.50

*  Energizer Max AA Pk 16 Now $9.75 each1/2 Price, Save $9.75

*  Energizer Max AAA Pk 14 Now $9.75 each1/2 Price, Save $9.75


          

Saturday, 8 April 2017

This Week's Frugal Tasks Saturday 8th April 2017

Our time outside is now spent getting our garden ready for Winter.  Veggie plants are being pulled,  new seeds are being sown and shrubs are being trimmed.  Here's what else we got up to this week -

*  Cleaned the dishwasher using vinegar,  bi carb and Miracle spray.

*  Made 10 1/2 jars of raspberry jam using our own fruit picked from the garden.  I now have 40 jars of assorted homemade jam.  Most will be eaten by my family and some will be given as presents.

*  Darren and I had frozen leftovers for dinner one night.

*  Planted three strawberry runners.  One planter box had better performing strawberry plants than the other ( different varieties )  I'm hoping to eventually get rid of / give away the under performing plants and replace with the better ones for free.

*  Planted three daisy cuttings to fill empty spots in the garden.

*  Planted lots of broccoli seeds in the veggie garden.

*  Replanted some cos lettuce seedlings amongst the established lettuce plants.  The seedlings came from plants that had gone to seed.

*  On Thursday I made 10 1/2 jars of tomato relish using our own tomatoes.  I must say,  it's the best tasting relish I've ever made.  That night we had Krispy Fried Chicken drumsticks with our dinner and there was lashing of relish on our plates.

*  Around our home we reused and recycled bread bags,  freezer bags,  one zip lock bag,  pita bread bags and supermarket bags.

*  Picked the last of the tomatoes,  lettuce,  raspberries,  a few strawberry guavas and one feijoa ( so excited about the feijoa ) .

Cleaned the kettle using citric acid and water.  The boiled water was poured on grass growing in concrete cracks.

*  Fed both the compost bins with lots of coffee grounds and grass clippings.

*  Baked cranberry hootycreek biscuits for snacks.

*  Dried all the washing on the line.

*  Saved the shower warm up water for the pot plants.  Saved the washing machine water as per usual.

The last of our tomatoes ripening.

Tomato relish

Afternoon tea with for Jessica and I

Corned beef ( silverside )  cooking in the slow cooker.

I've updated my shopping list with the latest grocery tops up.  The view the photos and receipts please click on this link.

http://myabundantlife07.blogspot.com.au/2017/03/my-grocery-shopping-list-march-2017.html


Please feel free to share you frugal week with the other readers.


Thursday, 6 April 2017

Olive Oil Soap

I just love making my own soap.  It's been wonderful on my skin helping to clear up the allergic reaction I was having to shower gel.  Last year Phil from Mr Homemaker blog gave me a recipe for soap that contained olive oil and rice bran oil.  Because I'd been given quite a few bottles of olive oil,  I changed the recipe to omit the rice bran oil. 

I've found this soap to be of better quality than the other soap  I was making.  This olive oil soap seems to set harder and has a more luxurious feel and lather.  The color tends to be whiter,  only changing to a light cream color over time when stored.

Please keep in mind,  this soap comes to trace very quickly so make sure you have all your moulds ready to go before making.



1000 grams of olive oil,
250 grams of Copha (1 x block)
173 grams of Caustic Soda
450 mils of water.

1. Chop up Copha into small chunks and place into a large non-metallic bowl

2. Make your Lye .in a separate non metallic container by adding  Caustic Soda slowly to the water (never the other way around!)  a little at a time stirring continually.  Watch out for the fumes.

3. Slowly and carefully pour the  lye over Copha chunks

4. Stir Copha and Lye manually with a non metallic spoon / spatula till Copha chunks are all dissolved by the heat of the lye.

5. Slowly add the olive oil while stirring.

6. Use a stick blender to reach a good trace (do not over-heat your stick blender - alternate between stirring and power mode.)

7. Pour the mixture into your moulds and smooth off the top.

8. Place glad wrap over moulds

9. Wrap moulds in old toweling (so they cool slowly)

10. Un-mould in 24-48 hours

11. Cure for 6 weeks

NOTES -

*  Make sure you are wearing covered shoes,  rubber gloves,  protective eye wear and a face mask.. The fumes from the lye can be quite strong especially if you make the soap indoors.  Sometimes I make the lye solution outside,  pour in the other ingredients ,  then bring it all inside to mix together. After making it a few times,  I no longer wear a face mask or glasses but I'm extra careful.

*  Care should be taken when making the lye.  Slowly and gently is the key. One granule of Caustic Soda falling on unprotected skin will sting quite badly.

*  Trace is when the mixture looks like custard starting to thicken.  You'll see ripples in the mixture when blending.

*  This recipe can come to trace in as little as 5 minutes.  If you over, mix the ingredients you'll have trouble getting it into the mould.  The first time I made it,  I over mixed it and there were air bubbles in the soaps.

*  Make sure you have all your equipment out before starting.  This includes a spatula to scrape the bowl.

*  Have baking trays under the moulds before pouring.  This makes moving the moulds to a better location ( for curing ) easier and safer.

Made back in July 2016.  It's only just starting to change color.

Make sure it's for soap making

The mixture has come to trace

Pouring into the moulds


Great for presents too.

There the link to the other soap recipe I've used
http://myabundantlife07.blogspot.com.au/2015/10/soap-making.html

Saturday, 1 April 2017

This Week's Frugal Tasks Saturday 1st April 2017

I've had quite a productive week in the kitchen with lots of cooking of our produce.  I get a great sense of satisfaction when I look back on my days knowing I've made lots of goodies for my family to eat and use.  Here's what I got up to -

*  Made lots of olive oil soaps.  The recipe will be posted next week.

*  Picked lettuce,  lots of tomatoes,  raspberries,  strawberry guavas and a few strawberries.

*  Went to Kaisercraft at The Glen shopping centre for their 30% off store wide closing down sale.  I stocked up on lots of craft paper,  a few stamps and ink pads,  die cuts and an embossing folder.  Some of these items have been put away for Darren to give me for Mother's Day and my birthday later in the year.

*  Made all meals from scratch using what we have on hand.

*  Took lunch and water bottles when I was out at my niece's music concert over lunchtime.  I also carried muesli bars when shopping.  These came in handy as I ended up spending more time than planned at the shops " just looking ".  The muesli bar prevented me from buying morning tea ( a saving of about $7 ).

*  Took up a pair of Darren's jeans ( saving of $15 - $20 )

*  Our ducted heating isn't working at the moment and the weather has turned a little cool.  I dug out two electric fan heaters from the shed to use.  Thankfully they work really well so I don't need them on for long.  One can heat up a room in 10 minutes.  I've closed doors so the heat stays in the area I'm in.

*  Silverside ( corned beef ) was on sale at the supermarket on Thursday for $5.99 kg.  We haven't had silverside on the menu for almost a year because it's been too dear.  At this sale price you can imagine I stocked up.  Thankfully the meat fund is healthy at the moment due to the freezer melt down reimbursement.

*  Saved lots of shower water and poured it into the washing machine.

*  Bought a laundry pack from our church for $5.  The money raised from these packs goes to a charity called Zoe International.  In the pack was a box of laundry powder,  a box of dishwasher tablets,  two microfiber cloths and a packet of pegs.  One lady at church did a swap with me.  She didn't want the laundry powder and I didn't need the dishwasher tablets.   A win win for both of us.

*  Made 7 jars of strawberry jam using fruit from our garden I'd been picking and freezing.  I also made 8 jars of plum jam.

*  Cooked another bulk lot of tomatoes into pasta sauce.  Once again I weighed the cooked tomatoes into 410 gram tin portions and froze.  I think that makes a total of 26 tins worth this year.  I still have more tomatoes to cook so I might make tomato relish next.

*  With the girls out and about a fair bit at night Darren and I were able to improve on the two light rule.  Some nights we had one light on and other nights we had no lights while watching the tv.

*  Knitted a dish cloth.

*  Fed the compost bins with kitchen scraps.

 .
Dessert one night.

Olive oil soap

Jam making

Silverside meat bargains



Some of our meals this week.

Homemade pizza.  I added extra cheese after the photo.

Darren's pizza

Roast veggie and chicken flan

The flan being served with our lettuce

Make your own tacos

Roast lamb dinner.


Did you have a frugal week ?

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Our Backyard

Growing some of your own food doesn't have to take up too much space.  I guess you could say we have a reasonably sized backyard but it certainly isn't on the large side.  Our home was built in the mid to late 80's when house sizes were anywhere from 12 -  25 + squares.  Our is 15.5 on an average sized block for the time.

I've taken some photos of our backyard to give you an idea of how our fruit trees and veggie garden are laid out.  I hope you enjoy the tour.



This photo is taken from our back gate that separates the front yard from the back.  On the left is the feijoa tree.  Just before that ( not in the photo ) is a strawberry guava bush and the loganberry bush.  The small tree closest to the bottom of the photo is the peach tree.  Directly above that is the pear tree  Across from there is the apricot tree.  Behind the apricot tree is the mandarin and cherry trees.  The two strawberry patches are on the left just before the shed.




Looking slightly right from the previous photo  You can see the mango plants in the terracotta looking  pots under the pergola.  Each side of the sliding door are two pots of raspberry plants.  They haven't done as well as expected and we'll pull them out at the end of the season.  Right behind the mango plants you can just get a glimpse of the veggie beds.




This is almost at the top end of our pergola looking out at the strawberry patches and the cherry tree.  Behind the cherry tree is the worm farm and two compost bins.  On the right of the photo is our plum tree.  The green shed is " mine ' and stores the Christmas decos and tree,  and my excess grocery stockpile like toilet paper etc.




The plum tree is on the left,  veggie beds in the middle and our lemon tree on the right.  Darren's garden shed is just behind the lemon tree.  The raspberry bushes grow on the left side of Darren's shed.




This is looking towards the chicken coop and run in the far right corner of the yard.  We had an area set up for a sick chicken to rest in during the day. The other chickens were pecking her and she wasn't getting enough food.  Just near the clothesline is a very small avocado plant.




Looking from my garden shed towards the start of our backyard.  Cherry tree on the right.




Our pergola with assorted pot plants,  fruit tree cuttings / plants.




Rosemary bush just below the hose reel.  Chicken feed in the bin.




Taken from the right side of our backyard.  I'm standing up against our fence.  You can't see it but the chicken coop is to the right of Darren's shed ( silver ).




The back of our house and garden.  Clothesline included.

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Grocery Specials Starting Wednesday 29th March 2017

Here are this week's grocery specials

COLES -

*  Old El Paso Soft Taco Kit 405g1/2 PRICE Was $6.50, Save $3.25  Now $3.25 each

*  Cadbury Favourites or Mini Block Boxed Chocolates 320g1/2 PRICE Was $12.00, Save $6.00 Now $6.00 each

*  Mars Maltesers 360g or M&M’s Peanut 440g1/2 PRICE Was $10.00, Save $5.00  Now $5.00 each

*  Heinz Big Red Condensed Soup 420g1/2 PRICE Was $2.20, Save $1.10  Now $1.10 each

*  Espressotoria Vittoria Espresso Coffee Capsules 12 Pack 78g1/2 PRICE Was $8.39, Save $4.20
Now $4.19 each

*  Birds Eye Ocean Selections Atlantic Salmon 280g1/2 PRICE From the Freezer department.

Was $12.00, Save $6.00  Now $6.00 each $21.43 per kg


*  Sunsilk Shampoo or Conditioner 700mL1/2 PRICE Was $9.99, Save $5.00  Now $4.99 each

*  Palmolive Naturals Shower Gel 500mL1/2 PRICE Was $5.39, Save $2.70  Now $2.69 each.  Great for making a pamper present

*  Redwin Sorbolene Moisturiser with Vitamin E 1 Litre1/2 PRICE Was $6.25, Save $3.13  Now $3.12 each

*  30% OFF Nivea Womens Skincare

*  30% OFF Neutrogena Skincare

*  Fairy Dishwashing Liquid 433mL1/2 PRICE Was $3.99, Save $2.00  Now $1.99 each

*  Sard Stain Remover Trigger 450mL-500mL1/2 PRICE Was $4.85, Save $2.43  Now $2.42 each

*  Adidas Climacool Antiperspirant 200mL1/2 PRICE Was $5.00, Save $2.50  Now $2.50 each

*  1/2 PRICE Sistema Klip It

*  30% OFF Bonds Underwear & Socks

*  Brunnings Fast Action Weed Kill Ready To Use 1 Litre1/2 PRICE Was $10.00, Save $5.00  Now $5.00 each

WOOLWORTHS -

*  Kraft The Good Nut Peanut Butter 500g Now $2.85 each 1/2 Price, Save $2.85

*  20% off All Chocolate Easter Bunnies

*  Fountain Sauce Varieties 2 Litre Now $3.00 each1/2 Price, Save $3.00

*  Spam 340g Now $2.45 each1/2 Price, Save $2.45

*  Sunrice Jasmine or Brown Rice 5 kg Now $6.75 each1/2 Price, Save $6.75

*  Australia’s Own Organic Stock 1 Litre Now $1.87 each1/2 Price, Save $1.88

*  Moccona Capsules 125-128g Pk 16 Now $2.75 each1/2 Price, Save $2.75

*  40% off All Inspire Bedroom Manchester.

*  Energizer Max AA Pk 16 Now $9.75 each1/2 Price, Save $9.75

*  Chux Superwipes Original Pk 10, Giant Pk 5, or Robuste Pk 3  Now $1.99 each1/2 Price, Save $2.00

*  Chux Non-Scratch or Heavy Duty Sponge Scourers Pk 4  Now $1.75 each1/2 Price, Save $1.75

*  Morning Fresh Dishwashing Liquid 400ml Now $1.97 each1/2 Price, Save $1.98

*  Vileda SuperMocio Mop or Vileda Bucket with Wringer Now $9.49 each1/2 Price, Save $9.50

*  30% off All Maybelline

*  30% off All Gillette Womens Hair Removal

*  30% Off All Essano Skincare

*  Colgate Zig Zag Toothbrush Pk 3 Now $3.97 each1/2 Price, Save $3.98

*  Redwin Sorbolene Lotion 1 Litre Now $3.12 each1/2 Price, Save $3.13 

*   Mars Sharepacks 144-216g Now $2.30 each1/2 Price, Save $2.30