Join my email list and get FREE ACCESS to the MSM Freebie Library, including my top printables & eBooks.

Tag Archive: Online Deals

Gluten-Free Deals and Coupons

Here are the best gluten-free deals and coupons available this week, compiled by Janelle from Gluten Freely Frugal:

Gluten-Free Coupons: $0.50/1 Newman’s Own Pasta Sauce, $0.50/1 Land O Lakes Spreadable Butter, $1/1 bottle of AH!Laska Chocolate Syrup, $1/1 Woodstock Nut Butter, $1/1 Woodstock Frozen Fruits or Vegetables, $0.50/1 Dr Praeger’s product, $1/1 Spice Islands Spices or Extracts, $1/1 Coffee-Mate Natural Bliss, and $1/1 Rustic Crust product. For a complete list of available gluten-free coupons, go here.

Pastariso Mac & Cheese 75% Off: Today’s deal through Living Social gives you a $50 voucher to GlutenFreely for only $25. To make that even better, Pastariso Mac & Cheese is on sale at 50% off through 2/28, giving you a total of 75% off!

49% Discount at Silly Yak: Gluten-Free Saver’s deal this week is $22 for a $45 sampler pack of gluten-free goodies from Silly Yak, including free shipping! The Favorites Sampler includes a gluten-free cinnamon roll, 3 full-sized gluten-free loaves of bread (Classic Rice, Cinnamon Swirl, and Garlic Cheddar), 4 gluten-free cookies (2 Chocolate Chip and 2 Snickerdoodle), a Raspberry muffin, and a Blueberry muffin.

Amazon Gluten-Free Deals: This week, Amazon has a bunch of heavily discounted items, including Back to Nature Crackers, Oskri and Pamela’s bars, Enjoy Life Brownie Cookies, and a whole lot more! These discounted items also qualify for free Super Saver Shipping!

Tinkyada Pasta $1.63/Package Shipped: If you have not yet claimed your free $10 credit from Vitacost, you can snag a great deal on Tinkyada Pasta. It is discounted already at 31%, so by adding in your $10 credit, you can get 4 packages of Tinkyada pasta for just $1.63 each shipped!

Triumph Grocery Guide Giveaway: There are just two days left to enter this giveaway for the Triumph Essential Gluten-Free Grocery Guide, a phenomenal resource for anyone trying to shop for gluten-free food.

Free Downloadable Gardening Journal: With spring just around the corner, you may be wanting to get started on some garden planning. One of the most frugal things a gluten-free family can do is plant a garden. You can download a FREE gardening journal to get you started.

Free Gluten-Free Books from Amazon: There are two freebies today from Amazon: The Glycemic Load Diet (Gluten-Free Slow Cooker Recipes) and 47 Tasty Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes. Enjoy!

Janelle is wife to Brad, who is celiac, and mom to 2 sweet girls, one of whom is celiac, and the other showing signs of gluten intolerance. She blogs about the gluten free life on a budget, including coupons, deals, recipes, and other money-saving tips at Gluten Freely Frugal.

Tell Your Time: The method which has revolutionized my time management — only $7 today!

Six months ago, I was overwhelmed, overworked and over-committed. I was exhausted, I was stressed, and my family, marriage, health and home were suffering.

I’d been praying about hiring an assistant and God just kept bringing me back to Amy. While she’d never worked as a virtual assistant before, she had the skills and the heart I was looking for. So I offered her the job, she accepted and my life is forever changed.

Not only has Amy taken over a lot of the load of the behind-the-scenes responsibilities which come along with running a blog with a lot of readers, but Amy has helped me get my personal life back in order. And this has brought incredible peace back into our home and family.

I waited four months after implementing these life-changing things before sharing them with you, because I wanted to make sure they were lasting changes, not just something I started and raved about on my blog and then ended up falling off the bandwagon after two weeks.

The changes and calm have stayed… for four whole month!

Just a few of the changes which have come as a result of implementing the things Amy shares in her book:

::I’m spending much less time online.

::I’m spending more time in God’s Word and prayer.

::I’m spending a lot more time loving and enjoying my husband and children at a leisurely pace.

::We’re more involved in our church and community.

::I’ve been reading a book every other week or so.

::I’m exercising for at least 45 minutes to an hour almost every day.

::We’re eating more healthfully.

::We’re reading and praying together as a family on a very regular basis.

::We’re delighting in learning together and exploring more new places, people and concepts in our homeschooling.

::I’m actually keeping up with the laundry and cleaning — most days!

::And believe it or not, I’m getting around 7-8 hours of sleep almost every night.

Now, please don’t get any impression that we’ve got all our ducks in alphabetized rows around here. I’ll be sharing my journey towards becoming a better manager of time beginning on Friday of this week and I have a feeling I’m going to disappoint every one of you because you’re going to learn once and for all that I am not superwoman. I’m actually doing a lot less, so that I can focus on what really matters.

I’ll be fleshing out a lot of the things Amy shares in her book and how we’ve applied the principles in our own lives. But I want to go ahead and encourage you to buy a copy of Amy’s brand-new ebook, Tell Your Time: How to Manage Your Schedule So You Can Live Fulfilled.

It’s priced at an introductory rate of only $7 through Friday, November 5, 2010 when you use coupon code MoneySavingMom at checkout. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, stressed, over-committed or just plain exhausted, I think you’ll find the tips and tricks in this ebook to be revolutionary. At least I know they’ve changed my life!

So, what are you waiting for? Go buy your downloadable copy of Amy’s ebook for only $7! Just use coupon code MoneySavingMom at checkout to get this deal.

Look what we got from today!

The girls were delighted to open up a box from the UPS man today to discover five entire pounds of YummyEarth organic suckers that I’d ordered from them for a surprise.

Thanks to a tip from The Thrifty Mama, I got them at a steal on Friday. All five pounds were only $14.88–which is a fraction of the price we’d pay at the health food store. Plus, I used some of our Amazon gift cards that we’d earned from Swagbucks so we didn’t pay anything out of pocket for them.

It’s a HUGE bag of lollipops and will make for lots of special treats for the girls… and maybe even some for mom, too! Thanks, The Thrifty Mama!