So why go with Sweetnight mattress? Well let’s take the Sunkiss mattress as an example. Besides the affordable prices they also offer a 10 year warranty, and free shipping. Sweetnight is engineered to reduce pressure on your circulatory system. The 3 layer foam system starts with a base of a high density support foam, unique 3 zone air-flow comfort foam, with gel-infused memory foam on the top to keep you cool.
Sweetnight Sunkiss mattress can be used in all frames even adjustable beds and hospitals beds.
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Kids love getting stuff in the mail. I know mine do. Snail Mail for Kids is a new opportunity for them to get something fun and personalized through the mail.
Snail Mail for kids will send your kids a personalized letter once a week. You can choose monthly, 3 month or 6 month plans. You kids or grand kids will receive letters personalized to them with fun things included like stickers, trading cards, souvenirs, and more.
I know my kids would be coming home from school going “Did my snail mail come in yet?” Everyone likes getting something fun in the mail right? Hmm maybe they should make this for adults too lol
I was surprised to see how affordable it was to get weekly mailings. You can get your first box for 50% off!
My question personally was, ok I have 2 kids that would enjoy this I guess I’d have to pay for 2 subscriptions. NOPE it actually says that if you have 2 children it says they can include 2 kids and 2 enclosures at no additional cost. I think that’s awesome. If you have more than 2 kids you can have the letters addressed to the entire family. IE The Smith Family. That’s awesome. As a mom of 4, so often I’ve had to pass on things because I just couldn’t afford to do it for everyone. It’s hard to get a subscription box for one kid then another kids going “Can I get one too?”
While some subscription services can get pretty expensive this one is much more affordable especially for families with multiple children!
I think this could be an interesting way to encourage reading in kids. My youngest is 6 years old and learning to read. She’s doing pretty well but, anything I can do to encourage a love of reading, I’ll try it.
Have you ever gone to a party, you’re having a good time but, it just needs something. The music is nice or maybe there’s a game on but you’re just not into it. Then someone suggest a game. You’re interested in the welcome distraction. A game sounds fun right. Before you know it you’re having fun, losing track of time, and you’re the life of the party. Some party games are over used, but have you ever played a game of Shot Ball?
Brew and Play offers tons of products that make a fun addition to your next adult only party. Add a little excitement to your New Year’s eve party. Throw in a little friendly competition at your Big Game party. Add a little pizzazz to your St Patrick’s Day get-together. Introduce you’re newly 21 year old friend to a little bar themed fun.
Sure you can sit around and sip on your drinks while you chat. But can’t you have a lively conversation while playing a drinking game too? Not into doing shots? This would be a fun way to do some craft beer tasting. Even if you’re not a “drinker” you could substitute water shots or juice maybe. Whatever you’re into.
Grab this for the game room or gift it to someone who would appreciate it. This sounds like a lot of fun to me.
At a price tag of $9.99 this would be a fun white elephant gift or adult secret santa exchange. Brew and Play offers a variety of fun party games, brewing kits, and bar ware for your next “of age” party or 21st birthday gift.
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This post is sponsored by Brew and Play. Any opinions expressed are my own.
Up until about maybe 10 years ago I didn’t really even know what a succulent was . Then I learned they were a type of plant. Then I learned that there are a variety of different kinds of succulents. Did you know that a cactus is a succulent? Cacti are a subgroup of the far-reaching category of succulents.
Even after learning about succulents I didn’t really understand why they were getting more and more popular. Then I started seeing crafts, decor, and other diy projects using succulents. I began to understand why.
I received 4 healthy succulents in a subscription box simply called Succulents box They came wrapped with care. Each had their own identification card so I could learn what type of succulents I had received.
It would be easy to create some natural-look centerpieces for a shower or garden party.
I have a friend that loves to create fairy gardens in different types of pots in her yard. She has this relaxing succulent zen garden that I just love.
She also made this whimsical fairy garden in what looks to be an old wooden trough. I’ve seen people make fairy gardens out of old stumps, regular flower pots, broken flower pots, and just about any other container that will hold some dirts.
There are so many beautiful and adorable succulent planter on the market too. Even if you don’t have the counter space, there are options for you. Check out this heart-shaped vertical succulent planter from Home Depot.
If you just can’t choose you don’t really have to. Succulents box sends you fresh succulents each month for all your plans and projects. A single succulent on a desk or a whimsical fairy garden can really brighten up any space.
The monthly grocery budget can be a big number, especially for families. Groceries can cost 100s or over a thousand dollars a month depending on dietary needs, family size, and preferences. Here are some ways to help give you some wiggle room in your grocery budget. Thanks to Brice Capital I’m here to give you a few of my tips. As a family of 6 our grocery budget could get out of hand fast if I didn’t budget and find ways to save!
Couponing isn’t all cutting coupons out of the paper. Stores like Market Basket, Giant Eagle, Family dollar and more offer eCoupons on their apps. Cash back apps like Ibotta, Checkout 51, and Saving Star give you cash back . There are even coupon clipping service that let you buy only the coupons you want in greater quantities. So let’s say you know you are going to be buying Pampers diapers, you can order 5 Pampers diapers coupons.
The key to really saving money is to line the coupons up with sales. There’s tons of couponing groups out there now. Google the name of your favorite grocery or drugstore and with the phrase “couponing” after it and you’re sure to find one. I love to shop Giant Eagle for couponing because they double coupons. Ladysavings.com is awesome for Giant Eagle, Walmart, and Kroger and a few others but, in my opinion, best for Giant Eagle.
Some Ideas for Sources for coupons
Kellogg’s Rewards (for Kellogg’s products)
Oh do I love my clearance sections. Find discontinued products, overstock products, scratch and dent, and more. The deals get even better if you have coupons that match up. As an example, my local Giant Eagle is no longer offering Seattle’s Best brand coffee. They had k-cups and bags for only $3.00 each plus I had a coupon for $2 off if I bought two making it only $2 per box of k-cups! Giant Eagle, Walmart, Rite Aid, and many other stores have a regular clearance area.
This one you have to compare. If you’re normally buying Brand X body wash for $3 a bottle but you can get a bulk 3 pack for $7 it’s obviously a better deal. I’ve found that club stores don’t always have the best price for bulk prices though. So you really have to know what you normally spend on your fave products.
Additionally there are number of places that let you buy cases of meats such as chicken breasts, bacon, hamburger etc and a discounted rate. There are several places near me that have these case deals periodically like Market Basket and Fisher Country Store.
What About Produce?
Glad you asked. There’s lots of ways to save on produce. When of my favorite ways I just discovered is Misfit Market box. They offer misfit produce at discounted prices and shipped right to your door.
Farm co-ops are another great way to get lots of fresh produce direct from the source for less.
Additionally, cash back apps like Saving Star and Ibotta frequently offer cash back on product purchases.
A lot of grocery and drugstores have their own rewards programs: RiteAid, Giant Eagle, Food Lion, CVS, Kroger…actually it might be harder to find one that doesn’t. These rewards programs can offer anything from lower prices, extra discounts after so much spent, special deals for rewards members and more.
Brice Capital Highlight Tip: Stockpiling
This works great with the coupons. So let’s say you have a coupon for shaving cream for $1 off one can. They have this particular shaving cream on sale for $2. If you use the coupon you can get it for $1. Pretty good deal considering this shaving cream is regularly $3.50 a can. So you get a coupon from the paper and you printed a coupon from coupons.com Now you can get two cans for $1 each. If you have more coupons you can get more (as long as the store and coupon limits allow) In this way you could get 7 cans of shave cream for the price of 2 regularly. Then you store them and don’t have to buy shave cream for a year…or however long it lasts you. You do this with multiple items as you see deals throughout the year then you start to really see the savings. Eventually, once you have a good stockpile going, you’re basically shopping your own stockpile.
Re-evaluating your grocery list can help too. Consider buying store brand instead of name brand if you don’t have coupons. Look for budget friendly meal recipes and plan your grocery list accordingly. Consider cutting back on junk food. It’s ok to have a favorite brand but being flexible can really help save money.
This post is sponsored by Diamond Links. Any opinion expressed is my own.
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