Apply to host a free Earth’s Best Organic Playdate Party. If you qualify, you will receive over $90 worth of items for themselves and your guests. If you aren’t accepted, you’ll still receive some Earth’s Best coupons and be entered into a chance to win $500 worth of Earth’s Best Organic products.
Here’s how to apply to host an Earth’s Best Playdate Party:
- Fill out a simple survey. You’ll receive notification with a week as to whether you were chosen to host a party.
- If qualified, you’ll receive access to the Playdate Parties Invitation Manager to email nine party invitations to friends and family.
- Once at least seven friends accept your invitation, an Earth’s Best Playdate Party Pack will be shipped to you at the address provided in your registration.
If you’re accepted to host a party, here’s what you’ll receive:
Thanks, Chi-Town Cheapskate!
Last week, my husband came home with a bouquet of beautiful roses. Not for any other reason than just because.
I looked at the price tag (I know, I know, I just can’t help myself! I always look at the price tag first thing whenever I pick up anything!) and I smiled.
He knows me so well.
I love flowers – especially when my husband gives them to me at random times instead of a Hallmark holiday – but I love more the fact that my husband knows a $4 Aldi bouquet is just as beautiful to me than a $40 bouquet from a specialty shop.
Our little Silas (15 months old): Busy boy, into everything, bringing perpetual joy and smiles into our home, always up for hugs and cuddles and my precious Mommy’s Boy.
Kaitlynn (3): Girly girl who finally mastered potty-training and got to get her ears pierced (much to her great delight!), lover of dresses and hair bows, wannabe musician and continually surprising us with the depth of her understanding.
Kathrynne (5): Adventurous, creative, never idle, art aficionado, budding entrepreneur and quickly becoming my right hand helper (she can now clean the entire bathroom by herself; I think we’ll tackle simple cooking and laundry next!).
Life is boisterous, noisy and often messy at our house, but I wouldn’t trade it for the world — though some days a nap in a quiet room does sound awfully nice. 🙂 The smiles, the giggles, the learning and playing together, the hugs and cuddles cannot be bought with any price. And I want to overlook the dirty dishes, laundry piles and spilled milk and rejoice in God’s goodness to allow me to be mother to these three little ones. It’s only a short season and I don’t want to waste it.
Related: Amy has a excellent post on How to Sabotage Your Blog (and Your Life)
If you are traveling over Labor Day Weekend and need a place to stay, check out PackLate. It’s a new website for last-minute vacation rental deals and through August 18, 2010, they are offering some deep discounts on their prices.
For instance, a 4-bedroom home with private pool and spa in Orlando, FL is only $55 per night over Labor Day Weekend.
Plus, they offered my readers a coupon code that I wanted to pass along. If you use the code 4MoneySavingMoms, you’ll save an additional $25 off your first booking. This code is good through September 15, 2010.
Have any of you used PackLate before? If so, I’d love to hear about your experiences.
This Saturday (August 7, 2010), more than 3,200 bowling centers around the nation are participating in National Bowling Day and are offering free games of bowling.
Visit GoBowling.com to search to find participating bowling centers in your area and sign up for your free game of bowling coupons.
Each player should print a separate coupon. The coupon has a value of $6, so at bowling centers where the cost of a game is more than $6, a discount will be applied to the total.