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The LOFT is hosting their in-store Style Event this Saturday, September 11th from 11am-5pm. Step into LOFT's fabulous looks for Fall with an exclusive 30% off your purchase!*
Enjoy music and refreshments while you create a glamorous fall wardrobe with the help of in-store styling teams.
Check with your local LOFT store location for more information on their exclusive in-store events.
*30% off only applies to fabulous, full-price styles.
Ann Taylor LOFT
1154 Glendale Galleria
Glendale, CA 91210
Tel. (818) 546-1565
I’m definitely guilty of buying more groceries than I can even carry home, only to run out of the main things three days later and have to return for another trip. Meanwhile, I end up tossing out about a quarter of my groceries. Dropping $50+ per (frequent) trip makes me question if I’m even saving money by making my own meals.
I will anxiously be tuning in for Sandra Lee’s new TV show, in which she promises to teach America a lesson in grocery shopping on a budget. After predicting that the economy was going south over 17 months ago, Sandra Lee figured working people were going to need help feeding their families for less. The cookbook author and star of “Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee” came up with an idea for a series about cooking on a budget and pitched it to the Food Network. They said no.