I'm hoping everyone had a great Labor Day weekend! As kids
make their way back into the classrooms, you can hear that
collective sigh from parents around the world. That sigh of
"after 3 months I have time to myself!"
If you're a teacher you're just getting back to work, how would you
like a free planner and folder samples? It's
one less thing you have to buy for the classroom. Just fill
in the form and pick the products you need (a school name is
required). Teachers can also get a free 24x36 "Huddle up with
a good book" poster. School name and address are required
on the form.
Now is a great time to get a free family portrait from Walmart.
Starting Sunday, August 26th Dollar Tree is accepting coupons. How
great is it that a dollar store will accept coupons.
Everything in the store is only a buck. It's a bargain already,
then you toss in a coupon and it gets even better.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month which was created to educate everyone about the importance of getting regular mammograms to check for the common cancer. With early detection, 95% of patients survive which magnifies the importance of regular check-up. One in eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer in her lifetime which is 12% too many. In order to raise money and awareness for research, many companies are offering special promotions during the month of October.
Check out the pink ribbon deals we've compiled for you:
Cosmetics can get really expensive, especially if you favor higher priced name brands. A recent article reported that Estee Lauder Group (which manufactures 27 brands including Clinique, MAC, Origins, and Smashbox) has raised the prices of its cosmetic brands by eight to ten percent on average. These prices increases may not have an effect on some of us, but if you're on a tight budget being able to save a few extra bucks matters.
Nevertheless, you can still be a better beauty shopper.
These are just a few tip on how you can save some money and make the most out of your cosmetic purchases: