The Best Freebies From This Past Week

The Best Freebies From This Past Week

Here’s a long list of freebies that have been available recently that should still be available. Thanks to Kaley from Cha-Ching on a Shoestring for compiling these:

Free Samples:

Free Starbucks K-Cups Sample Pack

Free Suave Natural Infusion Sample

Free Kotex Sample

Free Nordic Naturals Sample

Free Hydroxycut Sample

Free Seattle’s Best Coffee Sample – Still Available

Free Prilosec OTC Sample – Still Available

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Free Downloads, Books, and Magazines:

Free eBook: Life on the Mississippi

Free eBook: Ladybug Red

Free eBook: Vertical Gardening

Free eBook: Lose Your Wheat Belly Cookbook

Free eBook: Easy, Elegant and Adorable Easter Treats

Free eBook: Jesse James

Free eBook: Gluten-Free:A Quickstart Guide

Free eBook: The Second Coming of Christ

Free eBook: Stop Being Lazy

Free eBook: Orthodoxy

Free eBook: Country Home Kitchen

Free eBook: Weekend Breakfast Ideas

Free eBook: Baking in Your Skillet

Free eBook: The Perfect Pie

Free eBook: Hearty Soups

Educational Freebies:

Free Easter Fun Printable Kit

Free Mini World Pack Download

Free Brown Bear Printable

Free Zoo Scavenger Hunt Printable

Free Number Coloring Pages

Free 40-Day Easter Journal & Activity Book

Free Daily Cleaning List Printable

Free Pre-K Easter Pack Printable

Free Food:

Free List of “Kids Eat Free” Restaurant Deals

Store Freebies:

Free Crayola Washable Markers at Staples

Free Almay Deodorant at Walmart

Free Suave at Target

Free Colgate Toothpaste at CVS

Free GE Light Bulb at Target

Free Morton Epsom Lotion at Walgreens

Free Wet N Wild Nail Polish at Walmart

Free Frosted Mini Wheats at Target

Free Almay Eye Shadow at CVS or Walgreens

Free Zarbee’s Naturals Seasonal Relief at CVS

Free McCormick Taco Mix at Walmart

Free Coffee-Mate Creamer at Target

Free Neutrogena Eye Makeup Remover at Walgreens

Free Bic Soleil Razors at Walmart

Free Antacid Chews at CVS

Free Ban Total Refresh Cloths at Walgreens

Free Lancaster Creme Caramel Pouches at Rite Aid

Free 4×6 Photo Book at CVS

Other Freebies:

Earn Money to Read Emails, Take Surveys, Etc. from Inbox Dollars

Free Mambo Sprouts Coupon Booklet By Mail

Earn Cash for Watching Jingit Ads

Free Online Author Platform Summit

Earn Money to Watch Movies, TV Shows from HitBliss

Free Admission to More Than 100 National Parks

Earn a Free Book from Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program

Free 10 Pampers Gifts To Grow Points

Earn Money for Sending In Used Cell Phones from uSell

Free 40 Recyclebank Points Earning Opportunity

Free Whole Food Coupons

9 Ways to Get Free Stuff from Amazon

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New printable coupons: Horizon Mac & Cheese, Hormel, Clorox, and Degree

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$1.00 off any Three (3) Horizon™ Mac & Cheese
$0.55 off any two HORMEL Chili products
$0.50 off any Clorox Smart Seek™ Bleach
$1.00 off Degree Men Deodorant/Antiperspirant

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EatingWell magazine for $4.99 per year

eating well magazineHere is a magazine deal that we haven’t seen in a long time!

Use coupon code 91876 to get a one year subscription EatingWell magazine for just $4.99 per year.

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About EatingWell Magazine

A delicious balance of cooking and must-have nutrition features, EatingWell is the award-winning magazine where good taste meets good health on every page. Each issue is filled with dozens of delicious and nutritious recipes, smart shopping tips, healthy-in-a-hurry menus and much more! Beautiful color images illustrate never-fail, full-flavored recipes for healthful everyday eating and entertaining.

This offer will expire on Friday at 11:59PM EST.

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The #1 Reason Most People Fail

Don't Give Up!

In 2004, I started an online business. My long-term goal was to build something that would earn a part-time side income and allow me to stay home while my husband was in law school.

I never would have dreamed that ten years later, I would be running a large blog, writing books, speaking to audiences around the country, and have an amazing team working for me.

Many times, people look at me and only see the accomplishments and success. What people don’t see is the hours, days, weeks, months, and years I worked very, very hard and saw little return on all my investment. They don’t see the many, many times I’ve come this close to shutting it all down from frustration and discouragement.

There have been some gloriously rewarding moments in the process, but there have been many more mundane and difficult seasons along the way.

But I believe one of the greatest reasons this blog has been so successful is not because I’m really smart (I’m not — I struggled in many subjects in school), or because I’m naturally techie, (oh goodness, it’s scary how pathetically non-techie I am!), or because I had a background in marketing (In reality, I didn’t go to college and I was a waitress and a violin teacher in my teen years).

The reason this blog has been so successful is because I refuse to give up.

When my first few online business attempts didn’t work, I didn’t give up. When I only sold a few copies of my first ebooks in the first few months, I didn’t give up. When I about pulled my hair out over technical issues while trying to set up my first few blogs, I didn’t give up. When the articles I submitted for publication were rejected, I didn’t give up. When other people told me I was crazy to pursue many of my ideas, I didn’t give up.

For the first few years, it really felt like I was spinning my wheels and making very little progress. But I kept researching, kept experimenting, kept networking, kept reading books, kept watching what other people were doing, kept asking questions of anyone who had any experience at all with running a business, and kept getting back up when I failed yet again.

And little bit by little bit, the hard work, the long hours, and the effort began to pay off. It didn’t feel like much return at all at first, but those little trickles of traffic eventually turned into a small stream that morphed into a river.

I don’t say all of this to hold myself up as someone who has arrived or has it altogether. Honestly, there are still many days when I feel like I’m so inadequate, I still fail regularly, and I still often have moments when I want to pull my hair out. Instead, I share this to encourage those of you who are struggling to start something right now.

Maybe you’re a few months (or a few years!) into a project or idea and it just feels like it’s not working or getting anywhere. Perhaps you set a goal or dreamed a big dream, went for it, and now it seems like it’s all crumbling right in front of you.

Whatever it is, wherever you’re at in life right now, I want to encourage you: don’t give up. You may need to change your plans, tweak your dreams, or alter your course. You might need to shelve the idea and start a new one. You may need to extend the deadline or revise your game plan. That’s all part of learning and growing.

But no matter what, don’t give up. Winners aren’t quitters. Keep going, keep pressing forward, keep learning, keep experimenting… and someday soon, you will start to see fruit from your effort.

Don't Give Up!

Note: This post was inspired by Jon Acuff’s post: We want greenhouses but don’t get them.

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Kellogg’s Family Rewards: 1,100 FREE points!


If you’re a member of Kellogg’s Family Rewards, use the codes GETYOURGOLDENEGG & EASTEREGGHUNTWIN & GETEASTERGOODIES to add 1,100 free points to your account.

Not a member? Click here to join Kellogg’s Family Rewards. Enter code JOINKELLOGG2SAVE to score 50 free points when you register today! Don’t forget to use this new code to get your free points!

Thanks, Freebie Shark!

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Walmart: Current Deals

Here are the best deals at Walmart right now with thanks to Heather from Passion for Savings for her help in compiling them. The prices below are based on Northwest Arkansas region. Please keep in mind that Walmart deals vary by region so the prices listed here will not be valid at all stores.

Birds Eye Recipe Ready Variety – $1
Use $1/1 coupon from the 4/13 SmartSource insert
Free after coupon

Benefiber Sticks 3 pk.- $1.97
Use $2/1 coupon from the 4/13 SmartSource insert
Free after coupon

Vidal Sassoon Shampoo or Conditioner Product – $2.47
Use $2/1 coupon from the 4/13 SmartSource insert
$0.47 after coupon

Ban Total Refresh Cooling Body Cloths – $2.97
Use Free coupon from the 4/13 SmartSource insert
Free after coupon

Johnson’s Baby Lotion – $1.50
Use $1/1 coupon from the 4/13 SmartSource insert
$0.50 after coupon

Little Debbie Snacks – $1.70
Use $1/1 coupon from the 4/13 SmartSource insert
$0.70 after coupon

Benadryl Itch Spray Stick – $2.38
Use $2/1 coupon from the 4/13 SmartSource insert
$0.38 after coupon

See the full list of Walmart deals here.

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