Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Dropprice $175 Target Gift Card [Giveaway]

Dropprice is a neat little website that rewards moms for being social. The price of kid and baby items drops as more moms click on the item to "drop the price." What a great way to start shopping for the holidays! And, another great way is to enter to win $175 Target gift card from Dropprice! Details are below.

Dropprice $175 Target Gift Card 

Dropprice is an innovative startup that rewards moms for being social. Essentially, they empower moms to drop prices of kids and baby products with a click. The price continues dropping as more moms click “Drop the price”. Every week new promotions are launched and moms drop prices by sharing them on social media. See the chart below to understand the power moms have and how important it is to share with other moms.
 Dropprice $175 Target Gift Card

In today’s promotion for the Copper Pearl Baby Bandana Bibs, it started out at $34.99 and for each mom that clicks, the price drops a bit. The price will continue to drop for each mom that participates.

 Dropprice $175 Target Gift Card 

You can choose to share on social media to get more moms to click “Drop the price”, or you can “Buy Now” at the current price. Keep in mind that when the price gets low, they usually sell out and you will no longer have the chance to buy that item. As an added bonus every item on Dropprice ships for free! Do you want to give it a try? This is such a fun and exciting way for moms to save lots of money by collaborating with each other. If you would like to have a chance to win a $175 Target gift card, you can experience dropping the price by following the instructions below.


Giveaway: Win a $175 Target Gift Card

All you have to do is help moms drop the price of these Bandana Bibs and you will be entered to win a $175 Target gift card. Just click “Drop the price” on the entry form below for a chance to win. For even more entries, share it on your social media networks via the entry form — every time one of your friends also clicks to drop the price, you’ll automatically receive additional giveaway entries!

Click here if you don’t see the entry form below.

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This giveaway ends on 10/31/2016; you must be a US Resident and be 18 years or older to enter. Winners are randomly selected and contacted via email; the winners will be listed at the top of the entry form when the giveaway ends. 

Saturday, October 8, 2016

5 Eco-Friendly Ideas for the Fall

The temperatures have cooled off. The leaves have started to turn orange and yellow colors. The garden is slowing down a bit. The warm Summer months have ended and we have entered a season of rest. Summer months are usually filled with lots of outside time, family travel, and just more activities in general. When the weather become cooler, we stay inside, we warm up together under a blanket and watch a movie, and we rest during the Winter. Here are some of the eco-friendly ideas we are implementing this Fall.

1. Upgraded Water Filter System

I finally decided to upgrade our old Brita water pitcher filter to a more robust and purifying system like the Berkey water filter system. I also purchased the fluoride and arsenic filters to help us to have the most pure water we can have in our home. I have been wanting this water purifying system for a long time and am so excited to finally have it setup and in use.

I chose the Big Berkey size, which is perfect for our family of 3. This provides enough water for at least one day. I can tell a subtle taste difference in the water between the old Brita water pitcher filter and the Big Berkey water filter system. I'm glad our family finally made this investment in more pure water.

2. Canning More

I have been canning homemade apple butter for a few years. I've canned some other vegetables, like peppers, in the past, but really have not gone outside this comfort zone. This year, after my parents brought me 4.5 boxes of homegrown, organic apples from their back yard, I had to venture out to try new recipes. In addition to the apple butter, I canned sliced apples and apple jam. It was not as hard as I imagined it would be.

As the Summer growing season wraps up and there is an abundance of harvest, I want to try my hand at canning vegetables like tomatoes, green beans, and salsas.

3. Using Our Food Storage Supply

Being prepared for an emergency situation, whether natural or man made, is something that is very important to me. I feel like there have been so many natural disasters this year. It is good to be prepared for those. I try to keep a short term food supply in the deep freezer, regular freezer, pantry and downstairs in the laundry room. Our laundry room has a huge storage closet. I purchased a few heavyweight plastic bins with locking lids to store dry goods. The plastic bins help to protect them from any critters or bugs.

One of the things I have not been as good at is using our short term food storage supply. Therefore, this is on my list for soups, stews, and crockpot meals as I use the beans, grains, and frozen meat.

4. Thrifting

I have been so surprised at the amount of nice and high quality items that I have been able to find at thrift stores. Initially, I got into thrifting because I was not able to find an older style of jeans at one of the popular jeans stores, but I found them at a local Goodwill. I knew the exact style and size that fit me so well. I found that style at thrift stores. Since I started thrifting, I have bought lots of adorable decor items for the home, stuff for the kitchen, and wooden toys for my son. Don't be afraid of the thrift store!

5. Drive Less, Walk More

Even though our neighborhood does not have sidewalks and we do not live in an area that has a lot of shopping and restaurants close to us, we still try to walk as much as possible. There is a little shopping center about one mile away. When I need something from one of the stores there, I will take my 3.5 year old in our BOB jogging stroller and either run or walk there. We also try to combine trips to store that are close so we are not driving from one place to another. Taking a toddler in and out of a car seat multiple times is hard enough! My son is at the age now where he can walk quite a bit and I take advantage of that.

These are 5 eco-friendly ideas that we are implementing for the Fall. Some of them we were doing already, but want to kick it up a notch.

What are some eco-friendly things your family is doing this Fall??

Saturday, October 1, 2016

Callahan Creations Family Name Sign [Giveaway]

There is something warming and natural about wooden house decor. I love house decor that is simple, but customized. These wooden family name signs are a perfect way to accent your home or give as a gift for Christmas. Enter below to win your own family name sign!

Callahan Creations Family Name Sign Giveaway

Welcome to the Callahan Creations Family Name Sign Giveaway!

Hosted by: Michigan Saving and More

Sponsored by: Callahan Creations LLC

The winner will receive choice of Family Name Sign from Callahan Creations LLC!
Take a look at a small sample of their work!

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These signs are beautiful and would make great gifts, since the holidays are coming soon!
Callahan Creations personalized wood signs are GREAT FOR: - Personalized Wedding Gift - Family Name Signs - Anniversary Gifts - Home Decor-- Wood Signs - Wood Gifts - 5th Anniversary gifts - Personalized Couples Gifts - Wedding Presents - Last Name Family Established Signs - Housewarming gifts - Real Estate Closing Gifts - Custom Wood Personalized Last Name Established Signs - 3D Custom Carved Wood Established Signs - heirloom gifts - Interior D├ęcor - Wedding Shower Engagement Signs - Cabin Camper - Beach Vacation Estate - Wedding Party Gifts - Anniversary Wedding Engagement Couples Gifts - Engraved Wall Sign - Lake House Camper RV Sign

See the review HERE.

If you would like to order a sign please visit Callahan Creations on Etsy.


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