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Did you ever look at a jar and think, "That's worn out"? Glass objects, like many other things, simply don't "wear out." And even if they show a little wear, it's perfectly acceptable to use them anyway. This means that you can buy them already used. Why spend two dollars on the same jar that you can get for fifty cents or less, used?
I recently got a new
niece and I'm quickly learning that buying baby gear is about the most
fun way to spend my money. Especially since I've found a few companies
that market eco-friendly baby clothes and supplies. In the past few
months, I've become a bit of an expert at buying little gifts for a
baby. Here are some of my favorite places that specialize in cheap
eco-friendly baby gear. Everything is under $50 and can be purchased
1. Hooded Towel and Washcloth Set by Under the Nile
Under the Nile
sells a towel set which includes a baby-sized hooded towel in a monkey
design and a duck washcloth. Both the washcloth and towel are made from
100 percent Egyptian Cotton and washing machine friendly. (Price:
Happy Holidays from all of us here at Savings! December is only days away, and we're already planning for Christmas! Twinkling lights are being strung from the rooftops, the smell of pine and fir is in the air, and I can almost taste the peppermint hot chocolate that's a tradition on Christmas Eve.
At Savings.com, our company mission is to help others, and we realize that the holidays can be an especially tough time for many families. Continuing in last year's holiday tradition, we're thrilled to announce the launch of our 2011 Toys for Tots campaign! Over the next three
weeks, we'll donate $1 for every time you share a Savings.com Facebook
Once your child gets back to school, you'll start to notice that he or she may get sicker more often. Being in close quarters with other children contribute to that. By the time, one child's symptoms start to get noticeable, it's too late.
Colds are contagious the first three days after initial exposure. That's why sometimes the entire family is sick together. The cold usually starts out with a sore throat, followed by a runny and or stuffy nose, and sometimes a mild cough will be present.
When your child starts to get cold symptoms, make sure it's not the flu because a lot of people get the two confused, including myself (is it a cold or flu?). The cold should go away within a week, but if not, you'll need to make sure it's not a bacterial infection. If it's bacterial, your doctor will prescribe antibiotics (honestly speaking, sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't for my family).
I remember when I was a new mom, I took my daughter in for a cold and we sat in the doctor's waiting room for 45 minutes and another hour in the actual room they assigned us. By the time the doctor came around to see us, all he said was to give her Motrin or Tylenol if she felt uncomfortable (this was the same case for the flu as well). If your child is under 4, it's no longer recommended to give your child over-the-counter cold and cough medicines.
After wasting time, lots of energy and money ($20 co-pay), I decided to use homeopathic and natural products to relieve cold symptoms for my child. Not only did it save me time, energy and money, it was very effective. Plus, I like do things naturally when I have the option to do so.
One of my best friends just found out she's pregnant, and enlisted
me in helping her find maternity clothes on the cheap. It's
overwhelming when you stop and think about all the stuff you need
for pregnancy, and then for the baby! Luckily, there are ways
you can save money on pretty much everything, and maternity clothes
are no exception. Here's how we saved big bucks on maternity
Kids love stuff, they don't care if you pay top dollar for it
or if it's free. This is your lucky week because the freebies
for babies and kids are stacking up again.
You get to choose from free printable coloring books, free kids
meals, free Gogo's Crazy Bones, online games, free poison help
magnet (has Poison Control's 800 number on it), Sesame Street videos
on demand from Amazon, free internet browser just for kids to
keep them on kid-friendly sites and a free ticket to the circus for
kids one year old or younger.
Get the kids occupied so you can browse the list, you'll find
something you and the kids will want. It's all FREE!