I keep thinking I’m better, but then my body will remind me that I’m not fully recovered and I need to be careful not to overdo things yet. I think that’s the hardest part of being sick when you’re a parent and you’ve got people depending on you – you can’t take the time off that you used to BK (Before Kids).
Amazon has some new free Kindle downloads – and you don’t need a Kindle to read them. Just use one of the free Kindle reading apps to read the books on your smartphone or computer:
- Your Credit Score, Your Money & What’s at Stake (Updated Edition): How to Improve the 3-Digit Number that Shapes Your Financial Future
- Insights from Remarkable Businesspeople (Collection)
- Market Upside Down: How to Invest Profitably in a Shrinking Economy
- Helping People Win at Work: A Business Philosophy Called ”Don’t Mark My Paper, Help Me Get an A”
- The Career Survival Kit (Collection)
- A Family of Value
Remember that prices at Amazon can fluctuate at any moment, so verify that the price is $0.00 before you “purchase” a free book!
Staples has some good deals this week: free-after-rewards Duracell batteries, reams of paper for $1 after rebate, and free Scotch Magic Tape with this $1/1 printable coupon. I’ve found Staples Rewards and Easy Rebates to be easy and reliable, so both are free programs worth using. However, I’ve also found that the cashiers are not used to seeing manufacturer’s coupons, so allow for extra time if you are using any as they will likely play with their register a few times and then call over a manager who will have to manually input the coupon.
You can use this printable coupon for $1/2 Kellogg’s cereals to help get a great deal on the rebate. Kellogg’s is also offering a printable coupon for $1/2 Eggo products and a printable coupon for $1 off Morningstar Farms (I haven’t printed this one, but in the email I got, it looks like it’s $1/1).
Get a printable coupon for $0.55/1 Betty Crocker boxed potatoes via My Blog Spark.
Common Sense with Money explains how you can get 5 packs of Walgreens brand diapers for $1.99 each.
Couponing joke of the day: “You have to be 18 to use a coupon.”
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