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  • The 29-Day Giving Challenge: Day 13 plus a tip for a great freebie

    Today was Day 13 of my 29-Day Giving Challenge. I gave some CVS-brand acetaminophen gelcaps and Alavert allergy tablets to my brother-in-law, who will use the medication. I got both for free at CVS last week. Actually, I made money by buying them, thanks to coupons. (If you don’t know already, learn how to play the Drugstore Game yourself!)

    I also gave some candy to the boys’ daycare teachers, but I always bring them something on Mondays so I don’t really count this as part of the Giving Challenge.

    Earlier in the challenge, I sent my parents a free flipbook from FlipClips. It’s a service that turns a short (30-second) video into a fun little flipbook. My parents seem to like theirs a lot! To find out how to get a free flipbook yourself, read my post over at CFO Reviews.


    1. I’m really impressed with your project so far!

    2. Clean ClutterFree Simple says:

      I’ve been wanting to take full advantage of the free after rebate items, but didn’t know what to do with some of the items. I love your idea of giving them to your BIL!