Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Click To Give - A Few Clicks A Day to Help Charities

I am a big supporter of charities and non-profits especially around the holidays. Having worked at a non-profit, I know the struggles and hardships they face to keep up with the demands and costs associated with running their operations.

If you can't make any monetary or clothing/item donations this year, consider signing up for the Click to Give website.

All you do is click on 6 categories each day. That's it. It takes no more than 1 minute of your day to perform a good deed. Every click provides monetary donations to the charity listed, by the sponsors of that website.

You also accumulate points that can be redeemed for prizes or be donated back to the charities. It's a win-win in my book.

Consider helping out and get your friends and family to join!

Happy Holidays,


Monday, November 21, 2011

150 Coupon Giveaway!

I'm giving away a giant envelope filled with 150 coupons worth at least $100 in savings. Coupons include Bounce, Swiffer, Biore, Bic, Organic Valley, Target coupons, and much more! Giveaway runs from Nov. 21 - Dec. 6.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Get a Melissa & Doug 25% Off Coupon When You Take the North "Poll"

I'm a fan of Melissa & Doug toys because of their quality and educational value. I'm also supportive of companies who actively seek out opinions and feedback from consumers. Here's a deal for blog readers that you won't want to miss!

Melissa & Doug want you to tell them which of their educational toys you think is the best! Just click on the image below to place your vote in the North "Poll!" You'll Get a Melissa & Doug 25% Off Coupon** to use at just for voting!

Have you ever purchased Melissa & Doug toys for your kids? Which ones are their favorite?

Saturday, November 12, 2011

New Giveaway - Lilac Small Purse/Clutch

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On a recent trip I picked up these adorable small purses with intricate designs. They're small enough to be a clutch, but comes with a purse handle. I'm giving away a small lilac purse to one lucky fan!

Friday, November 4, 2011

Amazon Deals of the Week

Amazon's low prices, free shipping offers, and excellent customer service have made me a loyal customer for years.
In addition to subscribe and save options, where you can sign up for timed deliveries of a product for a 15% discount, you can now apply available ecoupons to certain items. Subscribe and save can be canceled any time, offers free shipping, and shipments can be delayed. Combine the subscribe and save option with a coupon posted on the item's page for an even greater deal.

-Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers
Subscribe and Save + Amazon Mom 20% off
$3 off coupon

Sizes 1-6 available (prices vary). Sign up for subscribe and save and Amazon mom for 20% off to get size 4 for just $26.80. On the same page, click on "clip this coupon" to take another $3 off at checkout for a final price of $23.80 for 140 ct. diapers.

-Band-Aid Brand Bandages, Mickey Mouse limited edition collector's tin, $5.68

Subscribe and Save price: $6.68
"Clip the coupon" for $1 off (taken at checkout) for the final price of: $5.68

-Tide Free & Gentle Detergent, $5.13

Subscribe & Save price: $7.13
Clip the $2 off coupon for final price: $5.13
(The $2 off coupon also works on other Tide liquid detergents sold on Amazon)

-Febreze Air Effects New Zealand Spring, 2 pack, $6.49

Subscribe & Save price: $7.49
Clip the $1 off coupon
final price: $6.49 for 2 pack

-Pampers Cruisers Diapers
(sizes 3-7, prices vary)

Size 3, 120 count
Subscribe & Save price: $28.79
Clip the $2 coupon
Final Price: $26.79

-Crest Pro Health Mouthwash, 2 pack

Subscribe & Save price: $10.83
Clip the $2 coupon (coupon also works on other Crest Pro Health rinses from Amazon)
Final Price: $8.83 for a 2 pack

Thursday, November 3, 2011

Bryton Floss Pick Product Review

The folks over at BrytonPick were kind enough to send me their new floss product to try. You must be wondering, floss?!? Being the oral hygiene enthusiast that I am, I couldn't resist reviewing this product.

12% of the population floss regularly..doesn't that bother anyone else but me? Some people floss with staples, paperclips, and pen caps. I wish these people knew that there was a better alternative than shoving staples in your teeth!

If you've ever had braces or have them now, you know how hard and frustrating it can be when it comes to flossing. You also don't want to be that braces kid with food stuck in your teeth with nasty breath. Using string floss in public bathrooms makes you look like a weirdo (trust me, I did this at work) and your coworkers and bosses will give you funny looks.

The BrytonPick floss is convenient and discreet. It doesn't look like traditional floss and is reusable for 30 days. I had my braces removed 9 months ago and in the 4 years of wearing braces, this product would have been useful since I was always caught flossing at school and at work.

The BrytonPick floss is thin and it fit through most of my teeth, but there were some teeth crevices that the floss just could not wiggle through. This may be due to the fact that my braces were removed earlier this year and my teeth are still adjusting. It took me just one minute to floss with this product. I tried it again the next day and noticed the floss ends were not as sturdy as the day before. The floss ends are made of stainless steel, which are resistant to bacteria.

The convenient part was being able to floss with one hand! I find traditional floss picks wasteful and the BrytonPick floss is a convenient alternative if you like reusable and recyclable products. Also great for kids who don't like to floss thanks to the different colors and easy to use design.

What's my rating?

4.5 out of 5

- portable, convenient, discreet, reusable and recyclable, kid-friendly

Overall, a highly recommended product especially for those with braces, adolescents and teens, or adults who are on-the-go.

Available at your local Walgreens, CVS, or Winn-Dixie stores. for more information and to order online

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.