Sunday, May 29, 2016

Scripture Sunday: Psalm 107:29


Saturday, May 28, 2016

Home Depot Free Kids Workshop on 6/4- kids can make a Father's Day Trophy Smart Phone Holder

Register for the next Home Depot free Kids Workshop on Saturday, June 4, 2016, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.. This month’s project is to build a Father’s Day Trophy Smart Phone Holder!

Show Dad who’s #1! Join our hands-on workshop and build a trophy-shaped cell phone holder. Once the project is built, your child can paint it and decorate with stickers that show dad he’s #1.

All kids get to keep their craft, receive a FREE certificate of achievement, a Workshop Apron, and a commemorative pin while supplies last.

Children must be present at the store to participate in the workshop and receive the kit, apron and pin.


Chipotle: B1G1 Free Burritos, Bowls, Salads, and Tacos for Nurses on 6/8!

Heads up all you wonderful nurses!

Chipotle is offering buy one, get one free burritos, bowls, salads, and tacos to nurses from 3 p.m. to close on Wednesday, June 8, 2016.

Must show valid nurse ID to get this deal.

Share this post with your nurse friends! You can "share" below on Facebook or email this deal to them!

Print a Coupon for Nathan's Hot Dogs for B1G1 for 5 cents!

UPDATE: Check your email! If you registered for this coupon, it's ready to print today!

You can request a coupon valid for Buy 1 Pack of Nathan’s Hot Dogs AND Get 1 Pack for $.05! Coupons will be sent to the first 10,000 who register; they will be sent via email on May 28th! 

(Thanks, Freebie Shark!)


Friday, May 27, 2016

Free 2 year subscription to Good Housekeeping Magazine!

You can request a FREE 2-year subscription to Good Housekeeping magazine

Huggies Rewards- enter codes from packages before program changes on June 26!

Huggies Rewards Heads up, Huggies Rewards members!
Huggies will be changing their rewards program, in the hopes of making it easier for you to gain points. Instead of entering codes found inside packages of Huggies diapers and wipes, you will now be able to send in a photo of your receipt to earn your points!
If you have some codes sitting around, you have by June 26th to enter them in! You won't lose any of the points that are already in your account.
They will also be unveiling more ways to earn points- from taking surveys to reading articles.
Go here for more details.
What do you think about this change?


Kroger: Free Quaker Breakfast Flats Bar coupon- clip today, use by 6/12!

Kroger and affiliate shoppers can load an eCoupon to their loyalty card for any FREE Quaker Breakfast Flats 7oz Breakfast Bar

You must clip the coupon today, but it's valid through 6/12!


Pampers Gifts to Grow: new codes worth 15 points

You can enter code the following codes for 15 free points:


Not sure if these are still valid, but worth a try:

FBQ3THA5X9GIV15 (10 points)
CMWA53MD9ELG715 (15 points)
CMYRT25C7EN8J15 (15 points)
FB89TEWHALWOF15 (10 points)
TWITHALO43NDM15 (5 points)
PAMP8C91ACNEL16 (50 points)
VC9AVLL312KNF15 (25 points)

New members start off with 100 free points!! 

 You don't have to have a child in diapers to participate either! Pampers sends out lots of FREE codes, so you can still participate and accumulate points for rewards! 


Possible Free Frosty on 5/30 for select states!

Wendy's Free FrostyHeads Up: If you live in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas or Virginia, you may be able to score a FREE Small Frosty at participating Wendy’s locations on Monday, May 30th!

Limit of one free small frosty per customer while supplies last! No purchase necessary!

(thanks, hip2save)

PetSmart: New Pet Event on 5/28 and first 50 customers get Free Waterproof Dog Boots!

Petsmart eventTomorrow, May 28th from 12PM-4PM, PetSmart will be hosting a New Pet Event with tips on grooming, training, safety and more . Plus, the first 50 visitors will receive FREE waterproof dog boots and an in-store coupon!

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Free subscription to Taste of Home magazine!

You can sign up for a free one-year subscription to Taste of Home magazine.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Kellogg's Family Rewards: new free codes worth 50 points

Click the image above and then enter these codes: 

25MOREYOUAREGOOD  25 points!

May still be available?
100POINTTHANKYOU 100 points

Go here to enter your codes!

Also, Kellogg's will be ending their codes found inside select packages.  Instead, you will be able to add points to your account by uploading your receipts featuring Kellogg’s products and/or adding your store loyalty card.

You can get a BONUS 200 points when you upload your first receipt and connect a loyalty card.

If you're not using Kellogg's Family Rewards, you really should!!! GO HERE to read how I'm using it to earn freebies-- it's so quick and easy!


Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Dollar Tree: Curad Bandages for only $0.25 after coupon!

$0.75 off any 1 CURAD Bandage, Gauze, or Tape

Your Dollar Tree may sell Curad products for $1. If so, print this coupon for $0.75 off any 1 CURAD Bandage, Gauze, or Tape and spend only $0.25!

This is great to throw in with baby shower gifts-- because once they become a toddler and they discover what a bandage is, they will want one for every bump and boo-boo! Haha!

Amazon: LEGO Friends Heartlake Hot Air Balloon Set only $15.99 (reg. $30)!

If you missed this deal before, it's back!

Hurry, this won't last long!

  • Includes 2 mini-doll figures: Andrea and Noah, a Hot Air Balloon with basket and a picnic spot with a waterfall and tree
  • Accessories include a gas bottle, sandbags, picnic blanket, plate, croissant, cherries
  • Other accessories water bottle, campfire, marshmallows, hair flower, frog, treasure map, binoculars, camera, bag, book and a medallion
  • Picnic spot measures over 2" (6cm) high, 4" (12cm) wide and 3" (9cm) deep
  • Combine with the 41094 Heart lake Lighthouse for more sightseeing fun with the LEGO Friends


FREE "Summer Fun Ideas" Printable! List of Free and Cheap things to do with your kids this summer!

We've got about one week left in our homeschool lessons and I'm so ready for a few weeks of a more relaxed schedule, of enjoying our (short) Michigan summer, and of having lots of fun playing together!

The other day I made a list of some FREE things the kids and I can do this summer. I love that there are so many fun and FREE activities in our town in which we can take part. I also wrote down a few outings we can go on that will cost a small fee- these will be a weekly treat for the kiddos.

I decided to make a printable to stick on the fridge so we can plan our weeks and make sure we have lots of outdoor fun! I don't expect to hear many complaints of "I'm bored", but if I do, there are always chores we can do! (Boooo!)

If you'd like to print my list, you can GO HERE to print it for free. Or use this list to get your own ideas flowing and tailor it to your town and area!

the library is a fun and air-conditioned place to hang out!

We are fortunate to live in a very family friendly area that offers so many free things-- free sprinkler parks, free kids activities, free concerts in the park, etc. But even if you don't live in a town large enough to offer these things, consider looking outside your town or creating your own fun activities with your neighborhood friends. You can always put on your own concert, talent show, sprinkler park (in someone's yard), parade, etc.

We save our bread crumbs & crusts and visit the ducks almost weekly in the summer!
Also, as far as the paid activities-- there are many ways to cut down on the cost of these fun treats. Look on Groupon for deals for passes to your local bounce house or roller-rink. Check your local library for a list of free community events or passes (our library has a museum pass that can be checked out for admission). Check your local paper or magazines for coupons and "get in free" days. Hit up your friends who have memberships to the zoo or local museums or science centers and see if they have extra passes to bring friends with them. Sign up for the Kids Bowl Free and Kids Skate Free programs and you'll only have to pay to rent shoes/skates. If you know a friend who has a huge garden, volunteer to help them harvest their crops (pick berry, beans, tomatoes, etc.) and I bet they'd even give you some of what you pick. ;)

My point is- you have to be creative and proactive to plan a fun summer for your kids if you don't want them glued to the TV or bickering with each other.

I hope this helps! Leave me a comment with your most clever ideas for free family fun! I'm always looking for new things to do with the kids!!

Go here to see my post on 40 more things to do with your kids this summer!

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