Free Ebooks: Fruit Infused Water Recipes, How To Go Paleo, Detox Tea, and more

NOTE: The price of these ebooks is currently $0.00, but that could change at any time. Be sure to verify before checking out that it is still free.

Unless otherwise noted, these ebooks are specifically for Kindles, but you can go here to download a free application that enables you to read Kindle ebooks on your PC.

teaDownload a free copy of The Ultimate Tea Guide.

finfusedDownload a free copy of Fruit Infused Water: 101 Recipes: Your Natural Vitamin Water.

lowcarbDownload a free copy of The Ultimate Guide To Low Carb Diet.

organicdietDownload a free copy of The Green Gourmet Organic Diet Book: Your Guide To Healthy, Natural Weight Loss.

quickDownload a free copy of Quick, Easy, Healthy Snack Ideas for Kids.

detoxDownload a free copy of Detox Tea.

dlowcarbDownload a free copy of Healthy and Delicious Low Carb Cooking.

howtopaleoDownload a free copy of How to Go PALEO: Natural and Healthy Weight Loss.

cleanDownload a free copy of Clean Eating: How to Eat Clean and Stay Lean On a Budget.

Thanks, David C. Cook!

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DaySpring.com: Recordable Storybooks for just $5 (today only)

Dayspring $5 Recordable Storybook promotion

Today only (August 21, 2014), you can get Recordable Storybooks for just $5 from DaySpring!

These are regularly priced at $24.95, so this is a great deal on a unique and special gift!

UPDATE: Thanks to Quinn’s comment, you may be able to get an additional 20% off by using coupon code SAVE20GIFTS at checkout.

Dayspring Recordable Storybooks

Once you receive these books, you record the story (or you can have a grandparent, other relative, or special friend). As your child turns each page, they’ll hear your voice (or the voice of the special person who recorded the story).

Recordable Storybook from DaySpring

This would be such a wonderful gift to have for years to come! Maybe to even pass down to a future generation!

Note: This is a Flash Sale, good today only, and no coupon code is required.

See all of the Recordable Storybooks that are apart of this $5 sale here.

Want more details on each Recordable Storybook or how these work? Check out The Mom Creative for pictures, details, and reviews of each Recordable Storybook.

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Free one-night Redbox movie rental (today only)

FREE Redbox movie rental

IMPORTANT UPDATE: It appears like this code is not working for everyone everywhere, unfortunately. :( It seems like it may be select kiosks only. So be sure to check online to see if it works before heading to your local kiosk.

Today only (August 21, 2014), you can get a FREE one-night Redbox movie rental when you use coupon code 12HHN756 to reserve a movie online at Redbox.com or at any Redbox kiosk.

If that code doesn’t work for you, you can also try this code: 22hhn756 to see if it works for you.

Thanks, For the Mommas!

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The Cost of Raising a Child

How Much Does it Cost to Raise a Child?

I told you yesterday that I’d been asked to comment on a media story about the USDA’s prediction that it costs $245,000 to raise a child.

Your comments and thoughts on this topic were so interesting. There were lots of differing viewpoints and perspectives!

The article I was interviewed for was posted today on TheStir.com for those who are interested in reading it. Here’s a snippet:

Before even becoming a mom, one of the most common warnings you’ll hear from other parents is how expensive it can be to raise children. As it turns out, they’re right.

Families who had a baby in 2013 can expect to spend on average $245,340 until the child is 18, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s just-released annual report, Expenditures on Children by Families. That’s between $12,800 and $14,970 a year for a middle-income family with two parents, depending on the kids’ ages.

Angela Hawkins, 33, a mom of three in the suburbs of Houston, is living proof that the numbers don’t lie.

She shared her household budget with The Stir and estimated that she and her husband Shane will spend about $270,000 per child by the time they turn 18.

“The figures can be overwhelming,” Angela admits.

So where exactly does all that money go?

Read the full post here for the price breakdown details on how much this family is spending and some tips from other money-saving folks on how to cut costs (with one on cutting your food costs from yours truly!)

I found the figures she shared interesting and insightful. And, of course, my frugal brain came up with lots of suggestions and ideas for ways to possibly lower those costs. :)

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Kohls.com: Get a KitchenAid Mixer for $139.99 after Kohl’s Cash and Rebate

Kohl's Mixer Deal

You can get a KitchenAid Classic Plus Mixer for just $139.99 after a coupon code and rebate. Here’s how:

::Add the KitchenAid Classic Plus Mixer to your cart

::Add any other item to your cart to bring your total (after coupon code) up to $200

::Use coupon code MARCHING to take 20% off

::Get $30 Kohl’s Cash

::Submit for the $20 rebate

::That’s like paying $139.99 after the coupon code and rebate!

Thanks, Passionate Penny Pincher!

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