Kellogg’s Family Rewards: 49 free points

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Add 49 free Kellogg’s Rewards Points to your account with code HURRAYFORGAMEDAY. You can redeem your points for high value coupons and more.

This code expires February 4, 2015.

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!

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Printable Coupons: EggBeaters, Kellogg’s, Perdue, and more

eggbeaters-productsHere are some new printable coupons and e-coupons available today:

$1.50 off (1) PERDUE FROZEN CHICKEN Product
$3.25 off 2 Robitussin adult or children product
$1.25 off Robitussin adult or children’s product
Save 25¢ when you buy any ONE (1) container of Egg Beaters®
Save 25¢ when you buy any ONE (1) bottle of Wesson® Cooking Oil
Save 25¢ when you buy any ONE (1) 6.5 oz can of Reddi-wip®
Save 20% on any single purchase of loose Cucumbers at participating retailers.
Earn $5.00 when you purchase Pennzoil® Platinum® Full Synthetic
Earn $5.00 when you purchase Panasonic Automatic Rice Cooker With Steaming Basket
Earn $5.00 when you purchase Panasonic Smart Network WiFi Blu-ray Disc™ Player
Earn $5.00 when you purchase Panasonic Hand-Held Immersion Blender
Earn $0.50 when you purchase Pop-Tarts®
Earn $0.50 when you purchase Kellogg’s® Eggo® Waffles
Earn $0.50 when you purchase Special K® Cereal
Earn $0.50 when you purchase New Special K® Chewy Snack Bars

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The best freebies from this past week

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Here are the best freebies from this past week, with thanks to Kaley from Cha-Ching on a Shoestring for compiling them:

Free Samples:

Free Nivea Sample

Free Arm & Hammer Toothpaste Sample

Free Novelty Million Dollar Bill Replica Sample

Free Rockin Green Detergent Sample

Free Biotrue Contact Lens Solution Sample

Free Sundown Naturals B12 Sample

Free TENA Sample

Free Essence Ultime Omega Haircare Sample

Free Philosophy Renewed Hope Moisturizer Sample

Free Downloads, Books, and Magazines:

Free Download: February Monthly Menu Planner

Free Download: Guide to Saving at the Drug Stores

Free Magazine Subscription: Parents Magazine

Free Magazine Subscription: Midwest Living

Free Magazine Subscription: Better Homes and Gardens

Educational Freebies:

Free Mystery Letters for the Hundreds Chart Printable

Free Grammar Basics Curriculum for 5th/6th Graders

Free Food Web Lesson Plan

Free Homeschool Curriculum & Resources

Free Food:

Free Breakfast on Mondays at IKEA

Free Travel Mug + Birthday Lunch at Au Bon Pain

Free Medium Coffee from Dunkin Donuts

Store Freebies:

Free Kraft Homestyle or Skillet Meal at Walgreens

Free Frank’s Hot Sauce at Walmart

Free Jergens Lotion at Rite Aid

Free U-Be-Livin-Smart Health Chews at Walgreens

Free Ensure at Rite Aid

Free Robitussin at Walgreens

Free Beano at CVS

Free i-cool Supplements at Rite Aid

Free South Beach Bars at Dollar Tree

Other Freebies:

Free $20 Amazon Gift Card for New Wedding Registry

Free 49 Kellogg’s Family Rewards Points

Free Alaska Travel Guide

Free 10 Pampers Rewards Points

Free Online Cooking Craftsy Classes

Free How To Get Free Shutterfly Photo Books List

Get $5 for Referring Friends to Ibotta

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4 Books I Read The Past Two Weeks + 1 Book I Decided Not to Finish


So after starting this year out with a book-reading bang — and reading a book per day for the first 7 days, I definitely slacked off the past two weeks.

I had thought I’d get in LOTS of reading on my two 18-hour plane flights, but what I didn’t realize about international travel was that at least 10 hours of the flight they’d have all the lights off in the plane and the only polite things to do during that time are to sleep, watch a movie on the screen in front of your seat, or read something on a device. To read a real book — which is what I’m so partial to — would require me to turn on my over-the-seat light and probably wake people up around me.

In addition, I didn’t realize that if I took Dramamine, I’d be so tired that I’d sleep much of the flight and be groggy a lot of the rest of it! At any rate, my visions of reading 2-3 books (or more!) per flight didn’t happen. I ended up reading one small book and starting and deciding not to finish another.

unnamedEating dinner on the plane to South Africa while reading Growth Hacker Marketing.

Books I Read the Past Two Weeks

James and the Giant Peach — We enjoyed reading this book aloud, though I have to say that some of the language and attitudes has surprised me for a children’s book. I edited it a bit and used other parts as opportunities to have discussions on how our words can be hurtful and shameful to others.

Growth Hacker Marketing — I picked up this little book on the recommendation of a reader. While it was a short read and I would have loved more “meat” and examples, it did have some good advice and thought-provoking information.

Glimpses of Grace — While I thought there were some encouraging ideas in this book, truth be told, I struggled to really get into the book because I found the writing style kind of laborious. I don’t think the author was a bad writer, I just think that something about the style of writing didn’t draw me in. That said, I thought there were a lot of good reminders for us as women as we go about our everyday lives.

The One Thing — I found this book thought-provoking albeit a little confusing. The author encourages you to really drill down on the one thing that is going to make the most difference in your life right now and to make that your priority. The questions he encouraged you to ask really made me think and examine my priorities. However, I found it confusing then when he encouraged you to come up with your one thing in multiple areas of your life. It seemed to somewhat contradict his message of only focus on one thing and one thing only if you were supposed to have multiple “one things” in multiple areas of your life. I may be the only person who found this confusing, though, as most all the other reviews I’ve read of this book have been rave reviews. :)

The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie — Okay, so confession time: I just couldn’t get into this book. At all. It just was weird, plain weird, to me. I tried really hard, but after about 7 chapters, I decided that it was okay to just set it aside and not finish it as there are many, many more books I’d rather read and life’s too short to waste on making myself finish books that I’m not enjoying or benefiting from at all. Sorry, all of you Flavia de Luce fans!

Books I Plan to Read/Finish This Week

The Imagination Station: Surprise at Yorktown — We always enjoy the Imagination Station books. When this one came in the mail recently, Kathrynne and Kaitlynn wanted to pick it up and read it right away, but they said, “We’re not going to read it ourselves since we want to enjoy you reading it aloud to us!”

Long Walk to Freedom & Kaffir Boy — I didn’t get these finished before my South Africa trip — hoping to finish them soon!

Against All Grain — Multiple friends have mentioned this book to me and suggested I read it.

The Anxiety Cure — As someone who struggles with anxiety during different seasons of life, I’m on a mission to learn more about it and what I can do to help prevent or minimize it. I read Sleep: It Does a Family Good by Archibald Hart two years ago and learned so much from it that I picked up this title to check it out, too.

From This Day Forward — I saw an article about this book on Ann Voskamp’s site and was intrigued so I picked up a copy.

What did you read this past week? Any must-read book recommendations?

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