Girl Scout cookie season is upon us!
My daughter, Willow, just joined a Daisies troop for girls ages 5-7, so I asked a few of the girls what they think being a Girl Scout means.
You can now buy your cookies online, so I'll be sure to let you know the link, if you're interested in racking up on the Girl Scout Cookies...
It's Girl Scout cookie season. You'll find adorable girls in full gear selling boxes of thin mints, samoas and others in front of grocery stores and at their moms' work places. There is one trick that I'll buy cookies every time. It's an old trick, but the reason people do this is because it works. Here's what you do:
Near the beginning of the new year, Girl Scout cookies start showing up -- in front of your local supermarkets, from your neighbors, at work from your coworkers' children and even via local Facebook groups. I'm always a huge fan and buy several boxes every year. I buy more than I need and put a few in the freezer, but I always forget about them until the following year.
I guess I can finally crack