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15 Oct 2018   ·   0

Life Original Cereal for just $1.79 per box, shipped!!

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Amazon has this 3-pack of Life Original Cereal for just $5.39 shipped when you clip the 12% off e-coupon and check out through Subscribe & save.

That’s just $1.79 per box, which is a GREAT price on name-brand cereal!

Note: Once your order ships, you can go into your Amazon account and cancel your subscription if you don’t want recurring orders.

Thanks, SwagGrabber!

15 Oct 2018   ·   3

*HOT* 11×14 Canvas Photo Prints only $10 at Walgreens + Free In-Store Pickup!

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Today only, Walgreens is offering 11×14 unframed canvas photo prints for just $10 (regularly $39.99) with free in-store pickup when you use the promo code DECORATE10 at checkout!

There is no limit to how many times you can use this code. These would make great Christmas gifts!

Please note that this is not valid in-store or on the mobile app.

Valid today only, October 15, 2018.

Thanks, Hip2Save!

15 Oct 2018   ·   0

Target: Suave Men’s Hair Care Moneymaker, Good Culture Cottage Cheese only $0.25, plus more!

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You can get some great deals at Target this week!

Buy 3 Suave Men’s 2-in-1, 28 oz – $2.89
Get a Free $5 Target Gift Card when you buy 3
Submit 3 $1 Checkout 51 cash back (expires 10/17; limit three)
Get $2 cash back bonus for redeeming three select Checkout 51 offers
Free plus $1.33 overage after gift card and cash back

Buy 2 Good Culture Cottage Cheese – $1.49 each
Use 50% off Cartwheel offer (Void in CA, ID, LA, MN, ND, NJ, NV and WI)
And use $1/2 printable
$0.25 each after coupons

Bantam Bagels – $3.50
Use 50% off Cartwheel offer
$1.75 after coupon

Summer’s Eve Blissful Escape Personal Clothes 16-Count – $1.99
Use 40% off Cartwheel offer
And use $1.50/2 printable or coupon from the 9/30 SmartSource insert
$0.44 each after coupons

15 Oct 2018   ·   0

Jack In The Box: Free Jumbo Jack Burger with Drink Purchase

Jack In the Box is offering a coupon for a free Jumbo Jack Burger with any drink purchase!

Just click on the red ”Get a Free Burger” box on the bottom-left corner of the screen and enter in your mobile number. When you receive your first text, respond with ”YES” and your coupon will arrive almost immediately.

Thanks, Freebie Radar!

15 Oct 2018   ·   0

Get 4 Weeks to a More Productive Life + 380 bonus printables for just $15!

I’m so excited about this special offer! Through tonight, October 16, 2018, you can get my program, 4 Weeks to a More Productive Life, + a bunch of cool bonuses for just $15 as part of the All Things Holiday Bundle!

4 Weeks to a More Productive Life regularly sells for $17 — so you’re saving $2 on it PLUS getting some really cool holiday bonuses.

But hurry — because this $15 price is only good until midnight tonight. After that, the price goes up to $18. And on Friday, it goes up to $20. And then on Saturday, it’s gone forever!

What is the All Things Holiday Bundle?

The All Things Holiday Bundle has just about everything you need for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years! It’s a bundle of resources from 15 different bloggers and I think you are going to LOVE it.

This bundle has over 380 pages of printables + my 4 Weeks to a More Productive Life course! Altogether, it’s a $200 value — and you can get it for just $15 if you purchase today! The printables include holiday decor, countdowns, activities, planners, gift ideas, and MORE!

What is 4 Weeks to a More Productive Life?

In the hustle and bustle of daily life, it is easy to mistake busyness for productivity.

In 4 Weeks to a More Productive Life, I help you systematically break down the most common barriers keeping you from really improving your productivity and help you put in place proven, effective strategies to help you accomplish more while stressing less.

This program will give you the tools and cheerleading you need to:

  • Stop the excuses and get up and change your life — one baby step at a time.
  • Get hands-on help to know what you need to do over a 4-week period to start doing less and getting more done.
  • AND have time, energy, and breathing room to invest your time and life into the people you love and the things you are passionate about.

When you sign up for 4 Weeks to a More Productive Life, you’ll get:

  • Lifetime access to 4 30-minute pre-recorded coaching sessions with me! 
  • Weekly lessons with tips, strategies, and additional resources and encouragement to go along with that week’s coaching video!
  • Hands-on projects to complete each week to practically apply what you are learning!

All together, you get over 380 pages of printables PLUS you get access to my 4 Weeks to a More Productive Life program when you purchase the All Things Holiday Bundle by Saturday evening. All for just one tiny price! And the sooner you act, the better the price!

So what are you waiting for? Click the button below to purchase this amazing bundle and not only set yourself up for a more organized holiday season, but also give yourself the tools to be more productive and effective in 2019!

(Note: The links in this post are affiliate links, and we will be compensated when you make a purchase by clicking through our links. Read our disclosure policy here.)
15 Oct 2018   ·   0

Rite Aid: Deals for the week of October 14-20, 2018

Here are the best Rite Aid deals this week, with thanks to Hip2Save for their help in compiling them.

Select Kellogg’s and Post Cereal, Rice Krispies Treats or Pop-Tarts 8 ct – $1.97
Use $1/2 printable
$1.47 each after coupon

Russell Stover Halloween Singles – 2/$1
Get $1 Wellness+ BonusCash when you buy 4 (limit 2)
$0.25 each after cash

Buy 2 Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths 25 ct at $7.49 each – On Sale Buy One Get One 50% off
Use 2 $2/1 printable
Get $3 Wellness+ BonusCash when you buy 2 (limit 2)
$2.11 each after coupons and cash

Buy 2 Wet n’ Wild Single Eyeshadows at $0.99 each – On Sale Buy One Get One 75% off
Total after Buy 1 Get 1 75% off Sale = $1.23
$0.61 each after sale

Mitchum Antiperspirant/Deodorant – $4.29
Use $1/1 coupon from the 10/14 SmartSource insert
Use the $2/1 In-Ad coupon
$1.29 after coupons

Colgate Total 6 oz, Total Advanced 4 oz, Optic White 4.2 oz 2-in-1 4.6 oz, Stain Fighter or Max 6 oz Toothpaste – $3.50
Use $3/1 In-Ad coupon
$0.50 after coupon

See the full list of deals at Rite Aid this week here. If you are new to shopping at Rite Aid or have questions about their coupon policy, click here.

15 Oct 2018   ·   0

CVS: Deals for the week of October 14-20, 2018

Here are the best deals at CVS this week, with a big thanks to Passionate Penny Pincher for her help in compiling them:

Buy 2 Revlon Eye Shadows at $3.99, Get $5 ECBs (Limit 1)
Use 2 $2/1 coupon from the 10/14 SmartSource insert
Free plus $1.02 moneymaker after coupons and ECBs

Buy 2 Covergirl Eye Liner at $4.69, Get $5 ECBs (Limit 1)
Use 2 $2/1 printable or coupon from the 10/7 SmartSource insert
$0.19 each after coupons and ECBs

Buy 1 Colgate Electric Toothbrush at $6.99, Get $2 ECBs (Limit 1)
Use $1.50/1 Colgate toothbrush CVS app coupon
$2.49 after coupon and ECBs

Buy 1 Milani Make Up at $9.99, Get $7 ECBs (Limit 1)
$2.99 after ECBs

Spend $15, Get $5 ECBs

*Deal Idea*

Buy 3 Schick Disposable Razors – $6.99
Use $3/1, $5/2 printable or $3/1 coupon from the 10/14 SmartSource insert
Pay $11.97 out of pocket, Get $5 ECBs
$2.32 each after coupons and ECBs

Spend $20, Get $5 ECBs (Limit 1)

Buy 2 Scott Paper Towels (12 Mega Roll) or Cottonelle Toilet Paper (12 – 18 roll)– $9.99
Use 2 $0.50/1, $.25/1 coupon from the 10/7 SmartSource insert
Pay $18.98 out of pocket, Get $5 ECBs
$6.99 each after coupons and ECBs

Other Deals

Hershey Snack Size Candy (10 oz) – $1.99
Use $2/3 coupon from the 10/14 SmartSource insert
$1.32 after coupon

Hershey Snack Size Bags – $3
Use $1.50/3 coupon from the 9/23 SmartSource insert
Use $3/3 CVS coupon printing from CVS machine
$1.50 each after coupons

New to shopping at CVS? Be sure to check out my CVS 101 post that gives you the full scoop on how to get the best bargains at CVS. See the full list of deals at CVS here.

15 Oct 2018   ·   0

Walgreens: Deals for the week of October 14-20, 2018

Here are the best deals at Walgreens this week, with thanks to Passionate Penny Pincher for her help with compiling these:

Buy 2 Mitchum Deodorants at $1.99, Get 2,000 Balance Reward Points
Use $1/1 coupon from the 10/14 SmartSource insert
$0.49 each after coupons and Balance Reward Points

Spend $20, Get 5,000 Balance Reward Points

*Deal Idea*

Buy 4 Schick Disposable Razors – $5.99
Use 4 $3/1, $5/2 printable or $3/1 coupon from the 10/14 SmartSource insert
Pay $11.60 out of pocket, Get 5,000 Balance Reward points
$1.65 each after coupons and Balance Reward Points

Balance Rewards

Buy 1 Trolli or Black Forest Gummies at $1.99, Get $1.99 Register Rewards
Free after Register Rewards

Other Deals In Ad

Lindsay Olives – $0.99
Use $1/2 printable
$0.49 after coupon

Nestle Candy Bar – $0.50

Palmolive Dish Soap – $0.99
Use $0.25/1 digital coupon
$0.74 after coupon

Conair Bobby Pins (90 ct) or Scunci Hair Wraps – $0.99

All Laundry Detergent (50 0z) – $2.99
Use $1/1 coupon from the 9/23 Retail Me Not insert
$1.99 after coupon

New to shopping at Walgreens? Be sure to head over and check out Walgreens 101 where I explain in detail how to maximize the mileage of your money at Walgreens. See the full list of deals at Walgreens this week here.

14 Oct 2018   ·   14

An amazing deal on eggs, Oreo Cheesecakes, and a road trip to Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana

Welcome to my weekly post I share a peek into our lives, talk about things I’m loving, share links to interesting articles or helpful ideas I’ve collected throughout the past week, and just talk about whatever is on my heart! 🙂

This post contains affiliate links and we may be compensated when you make a purchase by clicking through our links. Read our disclosure policy here.

I got the best deal on eggs I think I’ve ever gotten this week. Check out the details here.

Speaking of saving, I was also excited this week because I earned 436 points on Fetch Rewards for my second shopping trip! If you haven’t signed up for Fetch Rewards yet, I highly recommend signing up and scanning your receipts. It’s such an easy-peasy way to earn free gift cards!

(Want more details on Fetch Rewards and how it works? Read this post on How I Earned $5 in Free Gift Cards in 3 Weeks — just for scanning my grocery receipts.)

Since Kaitlynn was off school this week, she had fun doing a number of different crafts and also tried her hand at making Oreo Cheesecakes.

She brought the finished cheesecakes down to me while I was working one day.

They were yummy!

On Tuesday night, Silas had a baseball game and got to play pitcher position most of the game!

We had planned to leave on Tuesday and to go to Florida and New Orleans… but then the hurricane hit and Kathrynne had a lot going on at school and didn’t want to miss any days (her Fall Break was only for Friday through Monday whereas Kaitlynn and Silas got this whole past week off), so we moved the road trip to just be Thursday night through Sunday night.

It wasn’t the week-long trip I had hoped for, but I decided to just be grateful for what we could make happen and to try to make the most of it!

As some of you know, we have a big bucket list goal of traveling to all 50 US states and all 7 continents with our kids by the time Kathrynne turns 18, so we got to cross a few more US States We Haven’t Visited Yet off our list with this trip — yay!

BIRMINGHAM, AL: The Birmingham Civil Rights Museum was sobering… and we have had many good discussions as a result of our time there and at 16th Street Baptist Church. (Note: We thought the museum was over-priced, but I think the $$ goes to the Civil Rights Institute.)

Have any of you been to the Jackson, MS or Memphis, TN Civil Rights Museums and this one? I would love to know how they compare.

The Botanical Gardens were incredible — and we still can’t believe that they are free. We took so many fun pictures together and laughed so hard while trying to get good shots. (We enjoyed our time there so much and would highly recommend it… so much so that I’ll likely do a separate post dedicated to more details on it.)

Saw’s Soul Kitchen was a hopping place (thanks to the follower who recommended it!) and the food was unique and yummy!

WEST MONROE, LA: We finally made it to the Duck Commander headquarters — something Jesse and Silas had been hoping to make happen for a few YEARS.

We did the Duck Commander Tour (we got our tickets on Groupon) and it was interesting to get to hear the backstory to the Robertson family. If you are big fans of the Robertson’s and their TV show, Duck Dynasty, you will likely enjoy this tour.

Personally, I thought it was overpriced, but Jesse really enjoyed it! 🙂

We got to make our own Duck Calls.

And then the kids went outside and tried them out with the little duck pool they have (I’m sure these poor ducks have to endure hearing a LOT of duck calls!)

We also stopped by Miss Kay’s… but were sad to discover that it was too late in the day and had already closed.

The Realities of Traveling as a Family…

While you see lots of smiles in these photos above, I want to be honest and tell you that traveling isn’t always roses and rainbows. Take Saturday morning, for instance: We had driven to Jackson, MS, the night before and had gotten in late only to discover that the fully booked hotel we were supposed to stay in had put us in a smoking room that smelled so pungent we couldn’t even walk into it.

(Silas and I have asthma and can’t be around secondhand smoke, so we spent a long time waiting for them to find a new room for us… Three cheers for the incredibly gracious staff at this hotel!)

We were so grateful to finally crash into bed around midnight. But then, my head cold got a lot worse in the night and I spent much of the night awake and completely miserable.

I didn’t want to get up in the morning because of my pounding head… but I also didn’t want to miss out on this family road trip. So I pulled myself out of bed and went to workout — only to come back to the room to discover that two of the kids had woken up with terrible attitudes.

There was arguing and fighting. There was complaining. (“We don’t want to be on this trip! We just wish we could be HOME!”)

And then traffic was really bad because of Homecoming and we couldn’t find any parking (people were parked on the sidewalk and in the turn lanes on the street!!), so we gave up on doing anything in Jackson and drove to West Monroe.

I wondered if we made a mistake in working so hard to make this road trip happen (we had to rearrange a lot of things because our initial road trip plans fell through due to the hurricane and Kathrynne’s school schedule).

But by some miracle, the day ended well. Jesse got me some meds (I felt like a new woman!), the kids’ attitudes turned around, we had a fun time at Duck Commander, and the kids wanted to pose for this photo above and willingly smiled!

Traveling as a family always has its rough patches and sometimes we wonder if it’s really worth it, but then we end the day with practicing ball room dancing in the hotel room, laughing over silly things, and piled together watching Monsters University… and Jesse and I remember why we prioritize this.

From My Heart…

I’m a world class fixer. Give me a problem and I will move heaven and earth to find a solution for you.

While this can be a great skill when it comes to running a business, it’s not a great skill when it comes to friendship.

Because relationships aren’t projects. People want to be seen and heard and loved — not added to your to-do list as something needing to be fixed.

I’m writing this more to myself than anything… because I desperately need the reminder. If you share your struggles with me, I can immediately jump into fix-it mode. I want to give you a website to check out, a book to read, and the next three simple steps you need to take.

In fact, just a few days ago, a friend who is going through a hard time texted me and said, “I don’t want counsel; I just want to share what I’m feeling.”

Ouch. That stepped all over my toes in a powerful way.

People are not problems to be solved; they are human beings to love.

Yes, sometimes loving well looks like helping to tangibly provide solutions. But many times, it means just listening and providing an empathetic ear, a shoulder to cry on, and a safe place to confide in… all without any long-term agenda or plan for anything other than to love generously and well.

Let’s stop fixing and start extravagantly loving. I think it will probably be a lot more effective! Who’s with me? ❤️

Graphic made by my 11-year-old, Kaitlynn. Quote from @jessicahonegger

2018 Goals Update

Personal Goals

1. Read 100 non-self-help books that will build me up/encourage me/inspire me/recharge me. (Fiction/story driven/biographies /inspirational living books/devotionals.) See the list of 44 books I plan to read this year.

**Progress: 65 books read so far this year

2. Read through the entire Bible.

**Progress: I’m using the Robert Murray M’Cheyne plan and am all caught up— yay!

3. Write one handwritten note to someone every week.

**Progress: 39 notes written so far this year

4. Run 500 miles.

**Progress: 385 miles run so far

Marriage Goal

5. Go on an overnight trip with Jesse without the kids.Jesse and I went to NYC together in January.

Family Goals

6. Read 10 books aloud with the kids.

**Progress: We’ve finished three books so far.

7. Take the kids to South Africa. We took this trip in July. What a memorable experience!

8. Go on a family road trip.While we didn’t get to go on as long of a road trip as we wanted to, we made the most of our Fall Break Road Trip to LA, MS, and AL (and checked off a few more states from our States We Haven’t Visited Yet list!)

Financial Goals

9. Save up to pay cash to finish off an office for me and workout room for Jesse and me in the basement in our new house.

**Progress: The workout room is DONE and the office is almost done!

10. Replenish our Emergency Fund (we dipped into it to replace my car when it got totaled because of the carpet beetle infestation.)

**Progress: We’re halfway to having this fully funded. We are hoping to finish this out before the end of the year — we’ll see!

Business Goals

11. Increase our gross income from the business by 8%.

12. Launch 5 new courses.

**Progress: We launched 4 Weeks to a More Productive Life launched in January, Content Creation 101 in February, 4-Week Blog Coaching Program in March, Email List Setup 101 in March, Make Over Your Mornings LIVE in April, the Facebook Live Masterclass in May, and we launched Build Your List 101 in June!

13 Oct 2018   ·   0

Get over $5800 of blogging resources for just $97 right now!!

(Note: The links in this post are affiliate links, and we will be compensated when you make a purchase by clicking through our links. Read our disclosure policy here.)

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13 Oct 2018   ·   0

The Top 7 Online Deals This Week

{Psst! Have you joined our new Facebook group yet? If you want to never miss a HOT deal again, go check it out!! We post ALL the best deals almost as soon as they go live — especially the time-sensitive ones that you might miss!}

Happy Saturday! Worried you missed a top deal from this week?

Check out this list of the most popular online deals from this past week that are still available…

1. Air-Tight Food Storage Container Set

Grab this Royal Air-Tight Food Storage 10-Piece Container Set for the LOWEST price on record after coupon code!

And this set has over 1,000 five-star reviews!!

2. Olympia Rolling Duffel Bag

Need new luggage? Grab this highly-rated Olympia Rolling Duffel Bag for just $19.99!

There are several colors to choose from at this low price!

3. Kanoodle Brain Twisting Solitaire Game

This Kanoodle Brain Twisting Game has been SO popular over the past week!

You can currently get it for the LOWEST price it’s been in EIGHT years!!

4. LEGO Classic World Fun Building Kit

Grab this LEGO Classic World Fun Building Kit for the LOWEST price ever on record — just $13.99!

This is a great one to grab now and put away for Christmas!

5. Invisible Disappearing Ink Pens

Looking for a really unique stocking stuffer idea? Grab this 12-count set of Invisible Disappearing Ink Pens for just $9.74!

It even comes with the UV light to reveal the secret messages. How fun!

6. Free Tide Detergent

Through tomorrow, you can get a huge 100-ounce bottle of Tide detergent for FREE after rebate!

Go HERE to get all the details on this TopCashBack offer that’s available to new members.

7. Sam’s Club Membership

If you’ve been wanting to sign up for a Sam’s Club membership, now is the time!

Right now you’ll get all kinds of bonuses with a new membership — including a gift card and free food!

See all the hottest deals from this past week here.