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  • Midday Coffee: Surprising Whole Foods find

    I was surprised to discover recently that Whole Foods has the best every day price on conventionally grown bananas – 65 cents per pound, compared to 67 cents per pound at Ralphs and Vons/Pavilions. Costco is the cheapest of all, at $1.49 for three pounds, but for me, Costco is a once-every-two-months kind of place, if that. The gas station is an exception – I go there every week, as it’s at least 10 cents per gallon cheaper than other gas stations around here. I go to Whole Foods pretty regularly, so I’ll plan on getting my bananas there from now on, unless they’re on sale somewhere else for less or I’m planning a Costco trip.

    Facebook “likers” of Renuzit can get a printable coupon for $1/1 Renuzit Adjustable Cone, which should make for a free cone at most stores.

    Get a printable coupon for $1/1 Coffee-Mate via Facebook. (Via Printable Coupons and Deals.)

    Get a printable coupon for $1/3 Libby’s Canned Vegetables.

    Get a printable coupon for $1/1 Aveeno Baby product.

    Get a free sample of Jergens Overnight Repair Lotion.

    Get a printable coupon for 50 cents/1 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or Grands Sweet Rolls.

    There are new printable coupons over at Kelloggs.com, including $1/3 Kellogg’s Pie Crusts and $1/2 Kellogg’s Fruit Snacks.

    Get 30% off at Gymboree in store with this printable coupon or online with code REWARDSCOF (exp 11/17). (Via Coupon Cravings.)

    You can still get a free pack of Extra Dessert Delights Gum via Facebook.

    Target has new printable toy coupons, which will hopefully make for some great deals for holiday gifts.

    Dewey’s Treehouse reminds us to set realistic expectations and not beat ourselves up for not being perfect. (Via Like Merchant Ships.)

    Cheap Healthy Good has some tips for maintaining your sanity while preparing for Thanksgiving.

    Above the Law contends that a law degree is not “versatile.” I tend to agree, in that the transferable “skills” you learn as a lawyer could easily be learned in other ways that don’t cost over $150,000.

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