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January 18, 2010

Free Kerasal Exfoliating Foot Ointment sample


Sign up for a free sample of Kerasal Exfoliating Foot Ointment here.

Thanks, The Thrifty Couple!

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Free ebook: The Big Handbook of Nature Study


Homeschool Freebie the Day is offering the entire Big Handbook of Nature Study for free this week. Each day will feature a different section you can download for free. Get your first two downloads here.

This handbook is 940 page total and includings hundreds of nature study lessons, activities, and discussion questions. It is a complete multi-year nature study curriculum you can use for years to come!

Thanks, Surviving the Stores!

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Pinecone Research: Earn $3 for every survey you take

Would you like to earn a little side money taking surveys? Pinecone Research is once again open here for new registrations! But hurry, it will close up fast. (Thanks, Free Stuff Times!)

Pinecone Research is one of my favorite survey companies. They pay $3 for every survey completed and the checks come within days of completing a survey.

I also highly recommend MySurvey. I signed up with them a few months ago and have already been paid by them. Unlike many survey companies, you earn points for every survey and screener you take and these points can add up quickly! Go here to sign up with MySurvey.

See more survey companies you can sign up for here.

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The Frugal Map: Finally, a State-By-State Frugal Blogger's Listing!

I often receive emails from people asking if I know of a blogger in their area who blogs about local deals. I'm usually not able to take the time to answer all these emails and I often can't keep up with exactly who blogs about what and where. But these emails have made me realize how much of a need there is for a state-by-state frugal blogger directory.

A few weeks ago, I discovered--much to my excitement!--that Bargain Briana had taken on the mammoth task of creating a state-by-state listing of frugal bloggers. Her creative directory, The Frugal Map, just rolled out today and you'll definitely want to stop by and check it out.

Briana writes:

The Frugal Map was created to help readers find their perfect blog match. Whether the perfect blog match is by category, store, location, there is a blog out there for your particular style.

At launch, there are 35 bloggers on the map. I would love to get the map filled out as much as possible with bloggers all over the country! If you aren’t included on the map, please read submission guidelines along with the form here.

The Frugal Map has some unique features:

  • Frugal Map Function: Allows users to find a blogger near their location in an interactive map format.
  • Search Function: Allows users to search multiple blogs across the Frugal Map Network.
  • Hottest Deal RSS Feed: Gives users the most recent hot deals from the bloggers in the Frugal Map Network.
  • Specific Store Landing Pages: Allows users a one stop resource for for store deals including blogger store deal links, resources, and FAQ for the particular store.
  • Specific Blogger Landing Pages: Allows users to read more about their favorite blogs and connect with them via Twitter, Facebook, RSS, and specific store deal links.
  • Embeddable iFrame: Embed The Frugal Map on your blog as a resource for your readers.

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Target: Free Nivea Body Wash

Here's how you can get Nivea Body Wash for free at Target right now:

Buy 1 Nivea Body Wash (16.9 oz.) at $2.99
Use $2/1 coupon from the 1/3 RedPlum insert (not all regions got this coupon)
Stack with $1/1 Target coupon here
Free after coupons!
(Thanks, The Krazy Coupon Lady!)

See more deals at Target this week here.

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Noodles & Company: Free dish when you purchase another


Sign up for the Noodles & Company's email list here and you'll receive a coupon for a free dish when you purchase another. Plus, you'll also get a coupon for a free dish on your birthday.

Thanks, Pays To Be Frugal!

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Walgreens: Planter's Peanuts money-maker


You can make money buying Planter's Peanuts at Walgreens this week. Here's how:

Buy 10 Planters Cocktail Peanuts (12 oz.) at $1.99
Use 5 $1/2 coupons from the 12/13 insert
Stack with $1/1 Planters coupon from the Walgreens Diabetes & You Book (will take off $10)
Spend $4.90 plus tax out of pocket for 10 cans of peanuts
Submit for the Kraft Jingle for the Holidays rebate (valid through 1/31) and get a $10 rebate back by mail making the 10 cans of peanuts free plus overage!

Thanks, Passion for Savings!

See the rest of the deals at Walgreens this week here.

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Free ebook: 31 Top Secret Restaurant Recipes

Wish you could replicate some of your favorite restaurant recipes at home? Well, now you can! Download the free 31 Top Secret Restaurant Recipes ebook here.

You can also download a free Restaurant Copycat Recipes ebook here.

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Free Gallon of milk with $100 grocery purchase

Register here to win a year's supply of milk and you'll be able to print a coupon for a free gallon of milk with a $100 grocery purchase. I'm not sure if the $100 has to be before or after coupons, but if you're planning a big grocery trip in the next few weeks and need milk, this would be a great coupon to use!

Thanks, Frugal Mom Jenn!

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Huggies coupons: $2/1 and $2.50/1 diapers, $0.75/1 wipes


There are some excellent new coupons up on including:

Thanks, Frugality in the Hudson Valley!

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January 17, 2010

Eat From the Pantry Challenge: Week 3 Menu Plan


We've been Eating From The Pantry for over two weeks. The first week was hard but it seemed to get easier the second week. My creativity kicked in and I had fun experimenting in the kitchen, trying some new recipes, and using up a whole lot of odds and ends from our freezer, cupboards, and refrigerator.

There was only one night when Jesse and I both just felt really tired of the whole Pantry Eating thing. So we decided to forgo the Chicken Tetrazinni planned on the menu that night and eat at Taco Bell instead. It was a nice diversion--and then we just skipped our planned dinner out on Friday night!

Here's my list of ideas for Pantry Meals this coming week (some of these are repeats from last week because we still have more ingredients or I ended up making something else last week instead of what I'd planned--yes, I'm giving myself lots of freedom to experiment on this Pantry Challenge!):

Breakfasts Ideas:

Cereal x 3 (we're still using up some of our free or $0.50-$0.99 cereal!)

Whole-Wheat Blender Pancakes

Homemade Cinnamon Rolls (A reader sent me a yummy-looking recipe to try out in my bread machine so I'll post it if these turn out well.)

Whole-Wheat Waffles

Oatmeal with cinnamon, apples, and sucanat

Side options: Fresh Orange/Apple Juice, Oranges, Grapefruit

Lunch Ideas:

Creamy Mac and Cheese

Tuna Salad

Homemade Stromboli

Taco Potatoes

Beans and Rice with cheese sour cream, and lettuce

Leftovers x 2

Side options: oranges, apples, carrot sticks, frozen veggies

Dinner Ideas:

Barbecue Chicken, Cornbread Muffins, Oranges, Chocolate Pudding

Hot Wings/Chicken Nuggets, Steamed Mixed Veggies, Twice-Baked Potatoes, Oranges

Sweet and Sour Chicken Stirfry over rice with Chow Mein Noodles, Apple-Pineapple Salad

Turkey Meatballs, Sweet Potatoes, Homemade Rolls, Corn, Grapefruit

Chicken Tetrazinni, Mixed Green Salad, Broccoli, Homemade Bread

Homemade Pizza, Carrot Sticks, Apples, Brownies

Dinner out

Snack Ideas:

Popcorn, Crackers/Cheese, Popsicles, Fruit, Cereal, Hot Cocoa

How's your Pantry Challenge going? If you've been blogging about it, be sure to stop by FishMama's place tomorrow morning and leave your link so we can all be inspired. See more menu plans for this week over at I'm An Organizing Junkie.

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Walgreens: Deals for the week of January 17-23, 2010

Here are the best deals at Walgreens this week, with thanks to Mercedes for her help with compiling these:


Quaker Rice Snacks--$0.99
Use $0.75/1 Quaker Rice Snacks coupon from 1/10 RedPlum insert
$0.24 each after coupon

Lindsay Olives--$0.99 each after in-ad coupon
Use $1/2 Lindsay Olives printable coupon
$0.49 each after coupon

Bayer Aspirin (24-36-count)--$1.50 after in-ad coupon
Use $1/1 Bayer Aspirin coupon from 1/3 SmartSource insert
$0.50 each after coupons


Buy 2 Wet Ones (40-pack) at $2 each, Get $1 Register Rewards
Use 2 $1.50/1 Wet Ones printable coupons
Free after Register Rewards and coupon

Buy 1 Revlon Double Twist Mascara or Color Burst Lip Color at $6.99, Get $5 Register Rewards

Use $2/1 Revlon Cosmetic coupon from 12/13 RedPlum insert (expires 1/17)
Free after coupon and Register Rewards

Buy 1 SugarFree Theraflu at $3.99 and 1 box of Lipton Tea Bags at $3.49, Get $4 Register Rewards
Use $2 Theraflu coupon here or here or from the 12/6 SmartSource
Stack with $2/1 coupon from Diabetes & You Booklet
Spend $3.48 plus tax out of pocket, Get $4 Register Rewards
Free plus $0.50 overage after coupons and Register Rewards
(Thanks, Katie!)

Buy $20 worth of Pepsico Products, Get $10 Register Rewards
Aquafina (24-packs)--$5; Gatorade (32-oz.)--$1; Doritos, Tostitos, or Lays Chips (12 oz. or larger bags)--$2.50; Stacy's Pita Chips (6 oz. or larger bag)--$2.50; Tostitos Salsa or Queso (15 oz.)--$2.50; Pepsi Fridgemate (12-pack)--3 for $12; Pepsi 2-Liter Products--$1.25 each

*Deal Idea #1*
Buy 3 Pepsi 12-packs at $3 each
Buy 1 Tostitos Chips and 1 dip at $2.50 each
Buy 1 Stacy's Pita Chips at $2.50
Buy 1 Gatorade at $1

Use $1/2 Tostitos coupon from the January All You magazine
Use $1/1 Stacy's printable coupon here, here, or here
Use $0.50/1 Gatorade coupon from the 1/10 RedPlum insert
Spend $18 plus tax out of pocket, Get $10 Register Rewards back

*Deal Idea #2*
Buy 8 Stacy's Pita Chips at $2.50
Use 8 $1/1 Stacy's printable coupon here, here, or here
Spend $12 plus tax out of pocket, Get $10 Register Rewards back

See more deals at Walgreens this week here.

New to shopping at Walgreens? Start here.

Share Your Deals and Scenarios!
Have your shopping trip planned or did you come up with a great deal scenario/idea? Just post about it on your blog and leave your link below. **To make it easy for everyone to navigate quickly through the links, your link must link directly to your Walgreens deals post. Links going to the homepage of your blog or any other part of your blog besides the direct link to your Walgreens deals post will be deleted.**

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Rite Aid: Deals for the week of January 17-23, 2010

The Rite Aid deals looked pretty non-existent to me this week. You can check them out here. Let me know if I missed something really great!

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CVS: Deals and freebies for the week of January 17-23, 2010

Here are the best deals at CVS this week, with a big thanks to The Thrifty Mama for her help in compiling them.

******WEEKLY ECB DEALS******

Spend $20 on Pepsico Products, Get $10 ECBs (Limit 2)
Lays or Tostitos--$3.50 each; True North or Stacy's Pita Chips--$3 each; Gatorade, Sobe, or Pepsi 2-liter--4 for $5, Amp, Izze, or Starbucks (4-packs)--$5

*Deal Idea #1*
Buy 7 Stacy's Pita Chips at $3 each
Use 7 $1/1 coupons here, here, or here
Spend $15 plus tax out of pocket, Get $10 ECBs back
$0.57 each after coupons and ECBs

*Deal Idea #2*
Buy 3 Stacy's Pita Chips at $3 each
Buy 3 True North Nuts at $3 each
Buy 2 Gatorade at $1.25 each

Use 3 $1/1 Stacy's coupons here, here, or here
Use 3 $1/1 True North coupons here
Use 2 $0.50/1 Gatorade coupons in the 1/10 RedPlum insert
Spend $14.50 plus tax out of pocket, Get $10 ECBs back
$0.44 each after coupons and ECBs (Use the ECBs earned in Deal Idea #1 to pay for this second deal and you'll turn it into a money-maker!)

******NON-ECB DEALS******

Dawn dish soap--$0.97
Use $0.50/1 from the 12/27 P&G insert
$0.47 after coupon

Airwick Kits and Refills--$4.99
Use $4/1 mini kit printable here
$0.99 after coupon

Pampers Cruisers--$8.88
Use $2/1 from the12/27 P&G insert
$6.88 after coupons

******CVS BONUS DEALS (Good through February 14, 2010)******

These deals have a limit of six, however, you can only do 3 per transaction.

Buy 2 Oust Air Sanitizers at $3.99 each, Get $6 ECBs
Use BOGO coupon from the 1/3 SmartSource insert
Free plus $2 overage after coupons and ECBs

Buy 1 Johnson and Johnson Head-to-Toe Wash, Baby Lotion, or Bubble Bath at $4.49, Get $2 ECBs
Use $1/1 printable here or $2/1 printable here
$0.49-$1.49 after coupons and ECBs

Buy 1 6-count SoyJoy Box at $6, Get $6 ECBs
Free after ECBs

Buy 2 Wonka Gummie Bags at $2 each, Get $1 ECB
Use 2 $1/1 coupons
$0.50 each after coupons and ECBs

See the rest of the deals at CVS this week here.

New to CVS-ing and want some hand-holding? Don't try to make heads or tails of this post because it probably won't make a lot of sense to you. Instead, go here where I explain the CVS program in full detail. Want to join in the fun and incredible savings? Then go here where I share more about how to make it work for you.

******Share Your Deals and Scenarios!********

Have your shopping trip planned or did you come up with a great deal scenario/idea? Just post about it on your blog and leave your link below. **To make it easy for everyone to navigate quickly through the links, your link must link directly to your CVS deals post. Links going to the homepage of your blog or any other part of your blog besides the direct link to your CVS deals post will be deleted.**

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January 16, 2010

Free ebook: 100 Free Things to Do With Your GrandKids


Go here to download a fun ebook for grandparents, 100 Free Things To Do With Your GrandKids. There are lots of useful and unique ideas included in this ebook for anyone with children.

Thanks, The Parents and The Kids!

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Sneak preview of tomorrow's coupon inserts

Wondering what coupons will be in Sunday's newspaper inserts? Head over to the Sunday Coupon Preview to get the full scoop on all the coupons which should be in the two coupon inserts coming out.

If you're new to using coupons and are looking for help getting started, be sure to check out my podcasts here and here.

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Johnson & Johnson: Product Testing Opportunities

Johnson & johnson

Sign up to join the Johnson & Johnson Friends and Neighbors program here. If you're accepted, you'll receive opportunities to try out full-sized products, give your feedback, and possibly even earn money for your time.

Cher from Moma's Money Savers says she has done this twice was paid $10 and $20 for her time.

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Super Savings Saturday: $25 total for the month so far!

Well, we survived another week of Eating From the Pantry. We only made one quick trip to the store and purchased the following:

A bag of grapefruit
A bag of oranges
A gallon of milk
A 16-oz. block of Cheddar cheese
Organic lettuce
4 packages of frozen veggies

Our total was a little less than $25--which is all we've spent on groceries this month and it's halfway over. I think we're going to make our goal of only spending $75 total on groceries this month.

Except, we are definitely going to have to buy eggs. Because I came out to the kitchen earlier this week to discover this:


I'm not exactly sure what that was all about but I do know that it involved two little girls who were apparently trying to "help" by concocting something in the kitchen.

And I couldn't help but be a little cracked up about it. (Yes, I know, I just had to throw that in there!)

I'm glad my girls are eager to learn how to make things... now I just need to teach them to learn how to clean up after they cook and we'll be all set.


Did you snag any great deals or bargains this week or save money in other ways? If so, be sure to post about them on your blog and leave your link below. Please remember that this weekly round-up is to share deals you personally got and/or money you were able to save this week. In order to keep this weekly round-up focused on helping and inspiring others in their efforts to save money, links which have little-to-no content other than promoting affiliate links, etc. will be deleted. Also, to make it easy for everyone to navigate quickly through the links, your link must link directly to your Super Savings Saturday post.

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A HUGE thank you, even though there are no adequate words

THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for blessing our family so abundantly by being involved in our Help for Haiti project.

We had hoped maybe five bloggers would be willing to participate. When I briefly posted and Tweeted about a Haiti project I was working on, I was completely blown away when over 50 bloggers committed to post and donate based upon your comments and links. Some of these bloggers are facing layoffs, are extremely strapped financially, or have been without a steady income for months. And yet, they stepped up and committed to give as a way to help those in Haiti who have nothing.

Our posts went up Friday morning and then amazing things started to happen. You all passed the word around Facebook and Twitter, you told your friends, and, most importantly, you gave in many different ways. I know that many, many of you are in difficult financial situations. Your generosity--even when it was a great sacrifice--touched our family beyond what words can even express.

All I can say is THANK YOU. Thank you for caring, for giving, for sacrificing. Together, our efforts are going to make a major difference in the lives of many of the desperate people in Haiti.

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Publix: $0.55/2 Jell-O, $1.50/1 Wheat Thins or Triscuits, and more

Publix just released some more high-value Kraft product coupons:

$1.50/2 Kraft Light or Fat-Free Dressing

$0.55/2 Jell-O Pudding or Gelatin

$1.50/1 Nabisco Wheat Thins or Triscuits

$1.50/1 Planters Nut-rition

Go here to print these. 

Thanks, Mojo Savings!

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New $1/1 Stayfree coupon = $0.50 at Walmart


There's a new $1/1 Stayfree coupon here. You can use this to get more packages of Stayfree for $0.50 at Walmart. (See details on that deal here.)

There's also a new $1/1 Carefree coupon here.

Thanks, My Frugal Adventures!

More printable coupons:

$1/1 Good Earth Tea (Thanks, Smart Couponing!)

$1/3 American Greeting cards

The Honest Kitchen coupons

Halo pet food coupons

Just for Men Touch of Grey rebate offer

$1/1 Dove for Men

Sudafed coupons

$3/3 Beggin' Strips

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January 15, 2010

Help for Haiti: Everyone Can Do Something--Comment or Link-Up and We'll Donate!

This post will stay at the top of the page all day today. Scroll down for the usual blog updates as I'll be posting them below this post.


You've seen the pictures, you've read the stories, and you can't help but be heartbroken for the hundreds of thousands of people in Haiti who have suffered tremendous loss this week. Loss we cannot even comprehend as we sit in our heated homes on our comfortable sofas with plenty of food to eat, a roof over our heads, and luxuries like access to the internet at our fingertips.

We all want to do something to help these people, but it can be a little overwhelming to even know where to start. There are hundreds of thousands of people in dire need.

However, while each of us likely don't have the resources to feed, clothe, and provide medical services to hundreds of thousands of people, if we all do something, we can and will make a difference.

So, today, I'm calling you to action. And here's what I'm asking you to do:

1) Pray--Pray for these destitute people to have the provision they need. Pray for the mothers and fathers who are left childless. Pray for the children who are left motherless and fatherless. The heartache and suffering they are experiencing is unimaginable to us.They need miracles; they need hope; they need our prayers.

2) Give--There are so many different ways you can give and no matter your financial situation, there is something you do. Even if it seems like it's a drop in the bucket, remember that a bucket of water is made up of that--drops!

Here are three ways I would encourage you to give:

::Give to Compassion International, an organization dedicated to help children who are living in poverty. Our family has supported Compassion for quite some time and we feel they are truly wisely stewarding their resources to the best of their abilities.

All funds raised in response to the Haiti earthquake will be used immediately to provide for Compassion-assisted children and families affected by this crisis. Any funds raised in excess will be stewarded by Compassion for additional and future disaster relief efforts.

::Give to Numana, Inc., an organization dedicated to giving food to the starving. One of my friends works closely with Numana and I also believe this to be an organization worthy of your donations. They are currently providing thousands of meals to the people of Haiti. For only $0.30, you can donate one meal to a starving person in Haiti.

::Give to the Red Cross. You can donate online here or you can text “Haiti” to 90999 to send a $10 donation to the Red Cross relief efforts in Haiti.

Some of my readers have told me they are eating from the pantry this month and donating the extra to Haiti. One of my readers, who is on a very limited budget, told me they donated their small amount of "fun money" to help those in Haiti.

No matter the size of your budget, you can likely spare $1 or $2--which can go quite far in Haiti! Even if you can't afford to give money, you can likely come up with something you can do. Which is where point number 3 comes in...

3) Blog--Today I want to encourage you to blog about what you've done to help those in Haiti. I want to hear your stories of how you are helping--even on a small budget. Get creative, think outside the box, there's something everyone can do. And every little bit helps!

Plus, for every person who blogs about what you specifically did to help those in Haiti and leaves your link below by January 21, 2010, my husband and I will personally donate $10 to Compassion's outreach in Haiti.

If you don't have a blog, you can leave a comment on this post or email me with details on what you specifically did to help. For every person who comments or emails telling me what they did to help, my husband and I will donate $0.30 to Numana to provide one meal for a starving person.

But wait, there's more--and this is the really exciting part!

Yesterday, I put a call out for other bloggers to team up with me in this "Help For Haiti" Project. I expected a few might come forward, but I was blown away at the response!

Are you ready for this? Every single one of the following bloggers have committed to donate to Haiti in some way, shape, or form to each person who stops by their blog and leaves a link or a comment:

Mommy Snacks

The Diaper Diaries

Lamp Unto My Feet

Scrapbook of Sorts

Mom's Toolbox

Cha-Ching on a Shoestring

Thrifty Northwest Mom

Saving Money Plan

The Happy Housewife

4 Hats and Frugal

Cincinnati Coupons

Baby GoodBuys

Another Mom's View

The King's Court

The Frugal Girl

Mrs. MoneySaver


Puget Sound Prudence

Saving Money in Missouri

Heavenly Homemakers

Pennies and Blessings

Faithful Provisions

She Saved

Saving with Amy

The Prudent Patron

I Heart Publix

Frugal Living and Having Fun

A High and Noble Calling

Sharpen Your Scissors

Cincinnati Cents

Coupon Lady Online

Common Sense with Money

The Homespun Heart

Ava's Mom

Bargain Blessings

Coupon Geek

The Gothros

Saving Bits and Pieces

The Suburban Tree Hugger

My Litter of Six

"Deal"lightful Savings

Sixth Cents Saving

Really, Are You Serious?

Christian Frugal Mama

Sharpen Your Scissors

The Krazy Coupon Lady

The Stearns' Weekly News

Making Time for Mommy

The Simple Life of the Boreings

The Frugal Find

The Coupon Basics

My Fave Deals

Thrifty on the Dollar

My Blessed Life

Kingdom First Mom

The Thrifty Couple

Frugal Living NW

My Pet Savings

Mama's Laundry Talk

Frugal Follies

The Haney Life

Covenant Homemaking

Coupon Teacher

Mommie Cheapest

This is so incredible, folks! What are you waiting for? Do something and blog about it and then come back here and link up on this post and visit all the other bloggers above to link up as well.

THANK YOU for being a part of this exciting opportunity! Together, we can make a major impact in the lives of people who desperately need our help!

Want to join in the "Help for Haiti" Project? Please leave your link below to your post (click here to do so if you're reading via feed or email) on what you have specifically done to help those in Haiti. My husband and I will personally donate $10 to Compassion for every link left below which meets this criteria. Don't have a blog? Leave a comment (click here to do so) telling us what you have done to help those in Haiti. My husband and I will also donate $0.30 to Numana for every comment left on this post which meets that criteria.

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Three free issues of Family Circle magazine

Family Circle Aug 07 cover

Sign up for three free issues of Family Circle magazine here.

Thanks, Mojo Savings!

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SeeHere: 24 custom photo cards for $2.49 shipped!


Remember the incredible photo card deals we saw around Christmastime? Well, I have great news! One of them is back!

For a limited time, you can get 24 custom photo cards for $2.49 when you sign up for a new account with SeeHere. They have Valentine's designs so these would be perfect if you're planning to send Valentine's card. Or, you can use them for baby announcements. Or just print pictures to give to the grandparents!

Here's how to get your 24 free cards with envelopes just for the price of shipping:

::Just go here to set up an account with SeeHere (If you already have an account, you can set up another account if there is more than one adult living in your household.) and then upload and create your photo card.

::After you've set up your photo card, be sure to save it. Then put 24 photo cards in your cart and go to the checkout and use coupon code newbaby at checkout. It should take off the price of the photo cards and only charge you $2.49 for shipping. (If you'd like to order more cards, you can get 50 for $4.99 shipped.)

When I ordered these for Christmas, they arrived within 3 days and I was very pleased with the quality. 

Thanks, Money Saving Madness!

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$2/1 Dove Visibly Smooth Deodorant, $1/1 Wheaties, $1/1 Uncrustables, and more printable coupons


Become a member of Dove Dimensions here and you'll have access to a $1.25/1 Dove Beauty Bar (4-pack or larger) and $1.50/2 Dove Deodorants or Mists printable coupons.

Plus, play the new "Spin for your Skin" sweepstakes and you'll get up to three tries per day to win a free Dove Beauty Bar.

You can also print a coupon here for $2/1 Dove Visibly Smooth deodorant.

Thanks, The Coupon Project!

More printable coupons:

$1/1 Wheaties printable coupon

$2/1 Method Laundry Detergent coupon

$1/1 Uncrustables coupon

$0.75/1 Best Foods coupon (Thanks, Moms Fun Money!)

$0.75/1 Hellman's coupon (Thanks, Erin!)

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