I was lured by the promise of a 10% off shopping pass, and decided that we would get our flu shots at CVS this year. The adults anyway; the boys already got their dose at the pediatrician’s office. But despite making an appointment online, they were totally unprepared for us, with nothing ready. We waited for a long time just for the paperwork to be processed, and as we waited for the pharmacist to finish doing whatever he was doing, I realized that they had only prepped one shot and not two. They had also lost a prescription that I was planning to pick up. So I told them to forget it all and we left. And I’ll never: (1) get a flu shot at CVS; and (2) go to pick up a prescription without verifying that it’s ready. In fact, the only reason I’m willing to continue filling my prescriptions there is because they accept competitor pharmacy coupons for gift cards. Otherwise, I’d avoid their pharmacy altogether!
As I write this, Amazon has a set of 4 Rubbermaid Produce Saver Containersfor just $9.97. I love these containers because they really do extend the life of fresh produce, especially ones that tend to get watery or juicy. I use them all the time, and can keep cut fresh fruit for a week or more, depending on the fruit. Amazon prices change all the time, so I don’t know how long this price will last. If you see a different price, make sure you’re looking at Amazon as the seller because sometimes they push that over to the right of the page. Disclosure: I’m an Amazon affiliate, so any purchase you make after entering Amazon through a link on Chief Family Officer supports this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you!
Bargain Briana has a guest post on home schooling on a budget.
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