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Sick Pet? Save Time and Money By Filling Your Pet's Prescription At Walgreens #WalgreensRX #shop #collectivebias   If you're a regular reader of Saving More Than Me, you know that my 5 fur kids are frequent topics on the blog.  I adore all five of them and I consider them family. If you own pets yourself {or are owned by pets ;)}, you know what I mean. Since we want the best for our family, we do whatever has to be done when it concerns … [Read more...]

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  "View Prescription History" Feature Helped Me Provide Accurate Info For Dad's Hospital Admission #shop  #WalgreensRX #CollectiveBias     I have been dealing with Multiple Sclerosis and a host of other fun medical issues since 2008. My dad has been dealing with medical issues even longer. Since dad came to live with me several years ago, I have been responsible for arranging his medical care and keeping up with … [Read more...]

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  Personalized Pet Gifts For Gracie #HappyAllTheWay #shop I cannot remember a time when I did not love cats. I have loved cats forever. Similarly, I cannot remember a time when there has not been a cat in my household. I have always owned a cat {or cats have always owned me}. Anyway, since my cats are considered family, they get gifts on Christmas just like everyone else. Each cat has their own stocking that gets filled with items … [Read more...]

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I have had chronic knee pain as long as I can remember. When I was a kid, the pain would rear its nasty head {usually} in the middle of the night. I would wake up writhing in pain and try to tough it out. When the pain wouldn't go away, and I couldn't stand it any longer, I would limp to my parents bedroom and wake my dad up hoping he could provide me with pain relief. After Dad settled me back in bed, he usually handed me two pills and a glass … [Read more...]