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.
Could such an event occur such as "Rise of the Planet of the Apes?" We have dabbled in the notion that A.I. machines could one day take over the world. Or that aliens would invade our world. So now, Hollywood puts this idea in our heads that one day we might live in a world controlled by apes (I feel a political joke coming on, but I'll leave that up to you).
But what if I'm an ape and not human? How will I manage to upkeep an ape body full of hair? I'll knuckle walk over to Target to get eight essential supplies.
At MTV's VMAs last Sunday, Beyonce slyly announced her pregnancy by unbuttoning her jacket and rubbing her noticeably enlarged belly. Given that Beyonce and husband Jay-z ranked number two on Forbe's list of World's Highest Paid Celebrity Couples, they won't be worrying about hand-me-downs or diaper deals for their progeny.
For those of us in the real world, however, pregnancy can be a financial strain even while being a joyful event. As such, we've dug into the Blog & Save archives to bring you expert advice on how to save money during your pregnancy.
Last week, the FDA approved of a new type of cell therapy called laViv for fighting wrinkles by using a person's own skin cells to create an injectable cosmetic skin plumper. That's right, our very own cloned skin cells are injected back to us to stimulate the production of collagen. Fibrocell Science, the makers of LaViv, say it's the "the first and only personalized cell-based aesthetic treatment."