One Life to Live follows the complicated lives of three main families in Llanvie, PA: the wealthy Lords, the powerful Buchanans and the strong-willed Cramers. The quiet simplicity of small town living is often interrupted by drama between them, yet despite the struggles, strong family bonds keep them united.
One Life to Live actors include Corbin Bleu as Jeffery King as well as returning actors Erika Slezak as Victoria Lord Buchanan, Robin Strasser as Dorian Lord, Tuc Watkins as David Vickers, Robert S. Woods as Bo Buchanan, Kassie DePaiva as Blair Cramer, Jerry verDorn as Clint Buchanan, Florencia Lozano as Tea Delgado, Melissa Archer as Natalie Buchanan Banks, Hillary B. Smith as Nora Buchanan, Kelley Missal as Danielle Manning, Josh Kelly as Cutter Wentworth, and Andrew Trischitta as Jack Manning. Recurring actors include: Sean Ringgold as Shaun Evans, Shenaz Treasury as Rama Patel, and Nick Choksi as Vimal Patel.
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I think my love of Proctor and Gamble products, all started with my mom. She loves Tide, it is her go to laundry detergent! I remember her washing the clothes and then hanging them on the clothes line outside. What a combination- Tide + sunshine= heaven! I also remember my mom cleaning the bathroom with Comet. It always got the bathroom sparkling.
So I decided to look around my house and see how many products are from P&G. Turns out, there are a lot!
- Cover Girl
- Mr. Clean
I received a prize pack to review, including a Gillette Venus razor, Charmin Freshmates, CoverGirl eye pencil and more. My family and I had so much fun trying everything out. P&G to my family means dependability and high quality!
And be sure to pick up the paper on Sunday, April 28th for these awesome P&G coupons!
- $1 off Always Infinity, 12 ct. +
- $1 off Always pads or feminine cleansing cloths
- $1 off Always pantiliners, 30 ct. +
- .25/1 Bounty towels or napkins
- .25/1 Charmin product
- $2 off Clairol Nice ‘n Easy or Herbal Essences hair color
- $2 off CoverGirl LashBlast mascara or eye shadow
- $3/2 CoverGirl nail items
- $7 off Crest select whitestrips
- $1 off Crest product, 4 oz +
- .50/1 Febreze Air Effects
- .50/1 Febreze candle, 3.5 oz
- $1 off Febreze candle, 5.5 oz
- $1 off Febreze car vent clip
- $1 off Febreze fabric refresher
- Free Febreze NoticeAbles warmer wyb refill, max $3.50
- .50/1 Febreze Set & Refresh or Stick & Refresh
- $1 off Fixodent adhesive, 1.05 oz +
- $2.50/2 Fixodent select varieties, 2 oz +
- $2 off Gillette disposable
- $5 off Gillette Fusion cartridges 4 ct. AND ProGlide razor
- Free Gillette Venus & Olay razor max $8.99 wyb 3 ct. refill
- $5 off Gillette Venus razor and refill, excl disposables
- .50/1 Ivory or Safeguard personal cleansing item, excl Ivory single bar
- .50/1 Ivory or Safeguard personal cleansing item
- $1 off Olay Complete Facial moisturizer, Daily Facial, Fresh Effects or cleanser
- $3 off Olay select Pro-X, Regenerist or Total Effects items
- Free Old Spice body spray max $4.99 wyb deodorant twin pk.
- $1/2 Old Spice product
- $1 off Old Spice shave prep
- $1 off Oral-B adult battery toothbrush or 3D White Action rechargeable
- $1 off Oral-B Glide floss 35 m + or floss picks 30 ct. +
- $1 off Oral-B select toothbushes
- $3 off Oral-B replacement brush heads, 2 or 3 ct.
- $1/2 Pampers diapers or pants, box or (2) bags
- .50/1 Pampers wipes, 60 ct. +
- $3/2 Pantene product
- Free Pantene product wyb Clairol Natural Instincts color item
- $1 off Prilosec OTC product
- .25/1 Puffs tissue, 3 pk. + or (3) singles
- $1 off Scope mouthwash, 750 mL +
- Free Secret body spray wyb Outlast or Scent Expressions twin pk.
- $4/2 Secret Clinical, excl 0.5 oz
- Free Swiffer refill wyb starter kit, max $6
- $1 off Tampax Pearl reg, Compak or Active tampons, 16 ct. +
- .50/1 Tampax product, 18 ct. +
- $1.50 off Tampax Radiant or Pearl Active tampons or Pearl liners
- $2 off Tide Boost, 15-37 ct. duo pac
- .40/1 Tide detergent or Boost, Downy or Bounce product, excl Pods
- $1.50/2 Tide detergent or Boost, Downy or Bounce product, excl Pods
- $3/3 Tide detergent or Boost, Downy or Bounce product, excl Pods
- $3 off Vidal Sassoon hair color
- $1/2 Vidal Sassoon shampoo or conditioner
- $1 off Vidal Sassoon stylant
I received complimentary product from SheSpeaks/P&G to facilitate this review. Opinions are my own.
If you have your personal information stolen, it can be a messy situation to figure out. TransUnion wants to help you prevent your information from getting stolen. And if it does, TransUnion is here to help you.
Here are some easy steps you can take to prevent identity theft:
1. Review Your Montly Statements: Your first step should be to review monthly statements from your checking and other financial accounts. Plus, be sure to balance your checkbook and review monthly bills for suspicious charges.
2. Order and review your credit reports. The three credit agencies, TransUnion, Equifax and Experian, are each required by law to provide you one free credit report a year.
3. Use common sense. Do not carry your Social Security card in your wallet. Keep it at home with your other important documents. Be careful about online passwords as well and change them often.
4. Sign up for identity theft protection. If you think your identity has been compromised, having credit freezes in place can help. While they are different in each state, credit freezes are also available. When you place a freeze on your credit report, businesses and creditors cannot check your credit history unless you temporarily lift the freeze.
Fraud alerts are important to prevent the thief from opening a new line of credit.
We love stopping in Trader Joe's for unique grocery items. They have a lot of great deals, but some are better to get at the local grocery store. Here are some good deals to look for, and some to skip:
Deals to Look For:
-Trader Joe’s Irish Breakfast Tea, 60 ct., $3.49
-Trader Joe’s Dark Whole Bean Coffee, 13 oz, $4.99
-Quick Cook Steel Cut Oats, 24 oz, $3.29
-Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 1 Liter, $5.99
-Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, 16 oz, $5.99
-Organic Marinara Sauce, 26 oz, $2.29
-Peanut Butter, 16 oz, $2.79
-Clover Blossom Honey, 12 oz, $2.99
-Organic Apple Sauce, 4 pk., $1.99
-Organic White Quinoa, 16 oz, $3.49
-Luna Bars, 99¢
-Tortilla Chips, 2 lb bag, $2.99
-Smooth Almond Milk, 32 oz, $1.69
-Charles Shaw Wine, $2.99
- frozen strawberries, 16 oz, for $1.69.
-Trader Joe’s Organic Hummus, 8 oz, is $2.29.
-Large Brown Eggs, Dozen, $1.99
-Jumbo White Eggs, Dozen, $1.69
-Organic Extra Large Brown Eggs, Dozen, $4.29
-Udi’s Gluten Free White Bread, $4.99
-Ezekiel 4:9 Sprout Grain Bread, $3.99
-Organic Complete Protein Bread, $2.99
-Trader Joe’s Corn Tortilla, 11 oz, $1.49
-Ciabatta Multigrain Baguette, $1.29
-Organic Baby Spinach, 6 oz, $1.99
-Kale, 10 oz, $1.99
-White Button Mushrooms, 10 oz, $1.79
-Organic Whole Carrots, 16 oz, 89¢
-Avocados, 4 ct., $2.99 (74¢ ea.)
-Fresh Herbs, $1.69
-Bananas, 19¢ ea.
-Artichokes, 4 ct., $2.99 (74¢ ea.)
-Russet Potatoes, 3 lb, $2.29
-Trader Giotto’s Parmesan Cheese, $6.49 lb
-Gouda, $8.99 lb
-Fresh Flowers: Big Bouquet, $3.99
-Small Herb Plants, $2.99
-Tulip Plants, $2.49
Grocery Items to Skip:
-Pasta, 16 oz, 99¢ (as low as FREE in other stores)
-McIntosh Apple Juice, 64 oz, $2.99
-Organic Real Fruit Toaster Pastries, 6 pk., $2.49
-Chocolate Chip Cookies, 7-18 oz, $3.99
-Kashi Go Lean Crunch! Cereal, 13.8 oz, $3.69
-Joe’s O, 15 oz, $1.99
-Frosted Flakes, 15 oz, $1.99
-Trader Joe’s Butter, 16 oz, $2.79
-Trader Joe’s Organic Butter, 16 oz, $4.79
-Frozen Petite Peas, 16 oz, $1.29
-Frozen Organic Broccoli, $2.49
-Frozen Pizza, 15.3 oz, $4.29
-Waffles, 11 oz, $1.99
-Milk, Gallon, $3.99
-Organic Milk, Gallon, $5.99
-Trader Joe’s Bath Tissue, 6 Rolls, $4.49
-Trader Joe’s Liquid Laundry Detergent, 128 oz, $9.99
According to this NY Times article, giving away your zip code could mean giving away a lot more than that.
It turns out, though, that stores are asking you for marketing purposes — an issue that is starting to come to light in state courts. Stores want your ZIP code because, combined with your name from your credit card, they can use it to find out other information about you from commercial databases, like your full mailing address. They may even sell the information to data brokers, who sell it to other marketers.
The result can be unwanted catalogs and other junk mail. (To get a simple idea of the cumulative impact of each tidbit of information, try searching for your name alone on Google search, and then search again using your name and ZIP code, and see how much more data comes back.)