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.
It's been a busy week for freebies. Unfortunately, there are only
four items I came across this week for back to school. One is a
rebate offer, another is discount, but two are free.
You can get a free sandwich keeper from Welch's with a rebate form. Just buy any two
Welch's jelly, jam or spreads by 9/30/12. Print the PDF and fill in
the form and provide register receipt(s) with the Welch's product
circled. Then just mail it all in to the address provided on the
PDF. The form must be received by Welch's no later than 10/15/12.
Kohl's has a 15% everything printable coupon available on
their website. Believe me they mean everything; 15% off regular,
sale and clearance priced items.
I hate those mornings when I'm sleep-deprived then someone comes up to me and says, "Hey, you look tired...," because what they really meant in the back of their mind was "Whoa, you're not lookin' so great. You must've had a rough night."
For me, the eyes are the most important feature on a face so I always try to keep my "windows to the soul" looking fresh and vibrant. Unfortunately, we don't wake up in the morning looking perfect – we might be up and awake, but our eyes aren't--and not enough sleep, stress, alcohol are factors that become visible in our eyes.
If you've been out all night and don't want your boss to know, read on for some simple tips and tricks to brighten up tired eyes--without the need for any expensive eye creams:
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Money Saving Tips
Klingons are a fierce warrior race with horrible skin issues. Have you seen their foreheads? Wrinkles and crinkles. Now, before you get all in a tizzy and state that is what makes them such fierce warriors, face it. They look old. Uh, about Klingon faces...they could use a little sun block lotion, seriously! Klingons are in desperate need for skin care products from the SkinStore.
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It's that time of the year again. The kids are on summer break, the weather is hot and you are doing more things outdoors. So what does this mean? More exposure to the sun.
While the sun is always out 365 days a year, it seems that exposure to the sun increases in the summer months. And the most dangerous hours to be out in the sun is between 10-4pm. I don't know about you, but that's a huge chunk of time that my children want to do all things outdoors. Whether it's swimming, taking a small trip to the beach, running around in the park --it usually falls between those hazardous hours.
So how do you decide what sunscreen will be the best one for your child?
I recently learned that The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) does not authorize FDA to approve cosmetic ingredients (except color additives that are not coal-tar hair dyes), and that cosmetic manufacturers can pretty much put whatever they want into their products, except the few that have been prohibited. The next time you head to the drugstore to pick up your favorite lotion, face cream, or any other beauty product, you might want to take a look at the ingredients list. The list is usually quite long and most of the ingredients you probably can't pronounce.
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