Get $1 off Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic Pickles

farmers-garden-familyHave you tried the new Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic Pickles?

Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic Pickles are artisinal-quality pickles made with specially selected ingredients and no artificial flavors, hand-packaged in a traditional mason jar and pickled using home-style canning techniques.

You can print a $1 off Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic Pickles coupon here.

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They deliver a crunchy, flavorful bite with a fresh, authentic, homemade quality. These are perfect for anyone who enjoys honest ingredients and bold fresh taste.

There are five delicious varieties of Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic pickles: Zesty Garlic Chips, Bread & Butter Chips, Kosher Dill Spears, Kosher Dill Halves, and Dill Chips. Yum!

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Vlasic also has created a fun blog called Savor Simplicity — sharing fresh ideas for simple meals and entertaining. Each week Savor Simplicity showcases how to use #FarmtoJar foods to create big flavors in simple ways.

There are with tips such as, how to create the perfect picnic, how to host a stress-free BBQ, and how to whip up deliciously easy summer menus. In addition to delicious recipes, the Savor Simplicity blog has fun ideas — like this post on five ways to repurpose your Farmer’s Garden jars.

Planning a Labor Day cookout or End-of-Summer Barbecue? Head on over to Savor Simplicity for lots of recipe inspiration!

Farmer's Garden by Vlasic Pickles couponAnd don’t forget to print this coupon good for $1 off any variety of Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic pickles to save on a delicious jar of Farmer’s Garden by Vlasic pickles!

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Rise & Shine Challenge: Day 5


We made it to Day 5! Are you still hanging in there and making progress?

I have definitely made progress this week… I haven’t had a perfect record this week of getting up at 4:30 a.m. every morning as I’d planned. But I am encouraged by the progress I’ve made.

Last night and this morning, I didn’t do so well, though. But it was for a good reason!

I had a chapter of my book due to turn into my editor by last night. When 9 p.m. rolled around, it still needed some more work. So I stayed up for an extra two hours to finish it.

Gratefully, I knew today was going to be a pretty quiet day with a short to-do list, so I was able to sleep in to make up for my late night last night.

I guess it kind of makes me feel better to confess I got up at 7:15 a.m. this morning when I read today’s email and assignment on Early Rising Isn’t For Everyone. :)

I’d also say that early rising is not for every season or every single day. Like last night, when I had a project that needed to be completed, I was good with giving myself grace and just re-arranging my schedule.

That’s life, isn’t it?

Starting My Morning Right

Starting My Day Off Well

One thing I’ve tried to make a habit of is starting my day with a few of the same things — no matter what time I get up. These are things that recharge my soul, refresh my spirit, and just plain get me ready to face the day.

For me, that’s writing in my Blessings Journal, reading a few chapters from the Bible, praying for the day (I often pray through my day — all the projects, the opportunities, and the potentially difficult or stressful things.), reading a chapter from my current devotional/inspirational book, and exercising.

It’s amazing how much of a difference it makes when I start my day with these things. If I get up later and don’t have a lot of time in the mornings, I will often just condense the time — maybe only read one chapter, skip the devotional reading, and pray while I’m running on the treadmill.

Taking 30 to 45 minutes every day to start my day in this way has made such a major impact on my life… and helps me start the day with the right focus and perspective.

This Morning’s Report

  • Got up at 7:15 a.m.
  • Made coffee. Read my Bible and devotional books. Prayed over my day.
  • Opened the laptop, answered emails, answered comments, and scheduled some posts. Got sucked into reading something online… and then wished I hadn’t because it was upsetting!  :(
  • Did a quick pick up of the main living areas of the home (I didn’t get this done last night like I usually try to.)
  • Started some laundry, and got the kids up and helped them get ready for the morning. There was some whining and complaining going on because some people didn’t want to have eggs again and instead wanted oatmeal or cereal — but our bulk order of oatmeal and cereal hasn’t arrived yet from Amazon, so we had a good opportunity to talk about gratitude and contentment. And I tried to keep my cool when I wanted to be frustrated at the lack of good attitudes so early in the day. I was mostly successful.
  • While the kids were finishing up their morning routines, I quickly exercised, showered, and dressed.
  • And then it was time to start our day!

How was your morning? How do you start your day in a way that refreshes you? I’d love to hear!

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What comes to mind when you hear the words “financial freedom”?

Financial Freedom

Earlier this week, I gave you a little peek into what my next book is going to be about and told you that I was going to be asking for your help during the writing process.

THANK YOU to everyone who left comments or emailed in with your answers to my first two questions. Your insight was incredible helpful as I shape this book.

Thank you for sharing so openly about your struggles, difficulties, setbacks, and fears. My hope is to address as many of these as possible in the book.

Today, I have a quick question for you: What comes to your mind when you hear the words “financial freedom”? What does that mean to you? What does that look like for you?

Share your answers in the comments or email them to crystal @ There are no right or wrong answers. I’m especially looking for one-sentence answers to use in a section of the book.

Note: I will be using some of your answers in the book, so if you don’t feel comfortable having your comment or email published in the book, please note that when you submit it.

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Free Craftsy Online Cake Decorating Classes


Craftsy is offering Free Online Cake Decorating Classes. There are four mini classes to choose from that you can watch anytime, along with printable instructions and step-by-step directions.

Not a Craftsy member? Sign up here today!

Here are the classes you can choose from:

~ The Wilton Method: Creative Cake Pops
~ Basic Fondant Techniques
~ The Hand-Painted Cake
~ Modern Buttercream

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HUGE List of Free Homeschool Curriculum & Resources

This is the weekly list of Free Homeschool Curriculum and Resources compiled by Jamerrill from If you aren’t a homeschooler, but you’re a parent, teacher, babysitter, or nanny, you’ll probably find at least a few useful freebies in this list. You may also want to go through the Educational Deals and Freebies from earlier this week for more.

This week we saw the fall printables start to appear! Below you will find apple themes, Johnny Appleseed, and fall themed freebies. There are also some great back to school freebies! Of course there is the usual goodness too!

Printable Packs


Use this FREE Apple Fieldtrip Printable Pack or these FREE Johnny Appleseed Coloring Pages this fall when you head to the orchard for outdoor learning fun!

This September Birthday Printable Pack will help you plan for those September birthdays, while a September Planning Pack {Subscriber Freebie} will help you plan the rest of the month.

Here is a FREE Watermelon Printable Packbecause summer isn’t over yet!

A Cowboy Unit and Wild West Printables will make any little cowboy (or cowgirl) happy!

Homeschool Orginization

Snag this FREE Homeschool Gradebook before you start school to help you keep track of your grades.

Before you snap that first day of school picture be sure to print these Free Printable Back-to-School Signs from Educents. After that, use these FREE First and Last Day of School Printables to track and compare the improvements your child makes this school year.

Use these FREE Printable Homeschool Schedule and Checks so your child can keep his work organized. He will love putting up a check mark when he completes his work.

Lapbooks, Notebooking, and Unit Studies



Science will be a blast with this FREE Frog Lapbook and Unit Study Resources and this FREE Wildlife Adventures Notebooking Pages and Unit Study.

Here are FREE Calendar Notebook Printables or a FREE 60 Page Calendar Notebook to teach your child all about the calendar.

Preschool and Kindergarten


Pretend play is an important part of your child’s cognitive development. Use these FREE Vet Pretend Play Printables or these FREE Dress-up Dolls to help them learn to play pretend.

Teach your child their ABC’s with any of these great items:

Summer doesn’t have to end just because school started. Use these FREE Ice Cream Color Grading Printables to work on colors, or these FREE Ice Cream Dot-a-Dot Printables, just for fun!



What better than Minecraft to teach multiplication? With these FREE Minecraft Multiplication Cards you may be able to sneak in more math than usual.

A FREE Back to School Math Color By Numbers is fun and educational.

Community and Social Studies Freebies

Here are FREE Social Studies Worksheets and Resources, a FREE Transportation Printables Pack, and some FREE Community Workers Activity Placemats to help your child learn all about community and the world around them.

Reading, Writing, and Random Homeschool Goodness

Don’t miss How to Have Your Children take Music Lessons for FREE!

FREE Bible Pictures to Color are fun for children of any age. FREE Back to School Printables to help you remember that first day of school, and some FREE September Writing Prompts will provide you with great writing topics.

And if that is not enough, now you can read more than ever with these 50+ Read to Me Freebies and track it with FREE Minecraft Reading Logs.

Click here thousands of homeschool freebies!

*Don’t forget! If you are looking for additional free homeschool resources please check the huge growing list of free homeschool curriculum and resources on!

Jamerrill is the homeschooling mother of a large and growing family. After seasons of spending $50 or less annually to homeschool her children, she started Free Homeschool Deals in 2012to help all families afford the homeschool life. You can follow the homeschool goodness on Pinterest and Facebook.

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