Friday, May 5, 2017

A Real Diet Breaker! Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse Thin & Crispy Cookies!

Pepperidge Farm has unveiled the new Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse Thin & Crispy cookie. A real diet breaker this one! The cookies are available nationwide in three flavors: Milk Chocolate Chip, Dark Chocolate Chip and Triple Chocolate Chip.

Gerry and I tried them today. Because of the lactose intolerance I have, sensitivity to milk chocolate chips, I only had a small sampling of this one, but of all three we both said that our favorite is the Triple Chocolate Chip. 

The cookies are amazingly delicious first of all. They taste unlike a typical store bought cookie. Loaded with flavor- even in a THIN cookie. One of THE BEST thin cookies we have tried. A real nice melt in your mouth buttery type cookie. Totally recommend these cookies- and I believe, they are about half the calorie counts per cookie of their regular full sized cookies. So for anyone watching their weight or counting calories, these are a nice cookie option.

Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse Thin & Crispy Cookies are inspired by homemade cookie recipes and made with only 9 – 12 real ingredients, depending on the flavor, including Chocolate, Flour, Butter, Sugar, Brown Sugar, Cage-Free Eggs, Baking Soda, Vanilla Extract, and Salt.

Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse Thin & Crispy Cookies, available nationwide at an SRP of $3.49, and if you haven't tried them, go add them to your shopping list right now! You can thank me later!

Avoiding #Bankruptcy: What You Can Do

Nobody wants to declare themselves as bankrupt if there are other options on the table. The issue is that most people don’t understand the alternative solutions they could try. With that in mind, I’m going to highlight some of them in this article. Bankruptcy is a terrible situation, and it could mean you lose everything. So, you need to take action as soon as possible if you want to settle your debts. The last thing you need is to hand your bank accounts over to the authorities. You will probably lose your home, and you could struggle financially for many years. Consider some of these suggestions before making such a drastic move.

  • Get a consolidation loan

Consolidation loans are designed to merge all your debts into a single monthly payment. The companies that provide that service will assess your situation and work out how much you can afford to pay. They then pay your creditors, and you just have to stick to the repayment schedule. Just bear in mind that if you miss payments, you won’t get a second chance. Most people qualify for lending of that nature, and so you just have to find the best deals. The internet is your friend when it comes to that task. Search Google for the best consolidation loan providers and get in touch with them today. You have no time to lose.

  • Borrow money against your valuables

If you own expensive items, you can often use them to secure lending. For example, auto loans from the likes of ApproveNow could provide the capital you require. In some instances, you could even remortgage your property to place thousands of dollars in your bank account. You just need to assess all your options before making a viable decision. Some people will find that process easier than others. Perhaps you have lots of valuable sports memorabilia you’ve collected over the years? There are specialist auction websites you could use to sell those items.

  • Consult a financial advisor

When all else fails, you can always employ the services of a financial advisor. People in that profession know the ins and outs of the financial landscape. They are the experts best placed to highlight opportunities you might have overlooked. They will take a look at your circumstances before providing advice you can use to turn things around. While you have to pay for their assistance, it’s worth the expense. It’s in their interests to draw your attention towards the best strategies. At the end of the day, they have a reputation to uphold.

Now you know there are alternative solutions, I hope you won’t rush into bankruptcy this year. It’s a stressful process that could rip your family apart. You will also have your name mentioned in local newspapers, and that’s never a good experience. The last thing you want is for neighbors to know your personal financial troubles. So, do yourself a favor and think outside of the box. You’ll manage to weather the storm if you don’t stick your head in the sand.