Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Be Frugal, Be Happy, Save a Bundle!: Contact the Manufacturer for Coupons

Be Frugal, Be Happy, Save a Bundle!: Contact the Manufacturer for Coupons: "One way to get coupons is to offer feed back. I haven't been very diligent at doing this but have sent off a few e-mails and have..."

Thanks to Bargain Blessings and Save a Bundle for posting this list.

Bargain Blessings suggests this when contacting the manufacturer:

"Not sure what to say when you contact them? Most of the time I just let them know that I like their product, sometimes I’ll give them a suggestion on how they could potentially improve their product, and other times I’ll just ask if they are willing to send me a coupon so I can try/continue to use their product. It doesn’t have to be anything long or fancy. Just keep it simple!"
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Thursday, December 9, 2010


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Saturday, December 4, 2010

Holiday shopping sites that save you money

WalletPop has an excellent article  titled "16 Holiday Shopping Sites that help you save money". I find that more and more I am shopping online to  save time and money. My favorite site which I go to first before I shop at Walmart, Target, Kohl's etc is EBATES.  I get 3% to 8% cash back rebates by going thru Ebates on to the shopping sites. Key is to check and see if there are any coupon codes for the retail sites you plan to shop at.

Wishing you and yours the merriest Christmas season ever!

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Careful of food coupons that are fraudulent

Because of the economy, job losses,  many of us are doing all we can to save money.  Food is a major part of our budget, so to save money we check out sales and use coupons. But BEWARE suddenly there are fraudulent coupons circulating. You should NOT knowingly use coupons that you know are fraudulent.
Here is a website that shows a Frito Lay fake coupon.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Solutions for two problems health and wealth.

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

5 Tips to Stretch Your Holiday Dollars for Shopping In a Down Economy

Thanks to,  www..momitforward.com and Samantha Gregory for tips on stretching our holiday dollars.

Strategies for Holiday Shopping on a Budget

Here are some strategies for making your money go farther when shopping for the holidays.
1. Compare Prices. This one step could mean the difference of a few dollars, but every dollar counts. Go to comparison sites online as well as check the sale circulars in your local Sunday paper. You do not have to pay the first price you see, but with pre-planning you can find the lowest prices and plan your shopping ahead of time.
2. Barter and Trade Services for Goods. Consider trading your service or expertise with someone who has what you need. Talk to everyone you know about your plan and ask if they know someone who would be willing to trade. If you have computer skills, you might trade cleaning up their computer in exchange for three gift baskets from a gift basket designer. The possibilities are endless.
3. Make a List of What You Want to Buy Early and Stick With a Certain Dollar Amount. Make a list, check it twice, and do it early. Planning ahead of time can save a lot of money. Have a set dollar amount to spend on each gift or for all gifts. You will stay within your budget and combined with comparing prices, you could come out with quite a few very nice gifts.
4. Agree to Limit Gift Giving to One or Two Gifts Each. How many times do we overload the kids on gifts that get broken the very same day or within a week? We even do this with other family members too. So decide to limit gift giving to just one or two gifts for the kids in your family and just one for your significant other.
5. Put Together Gift Baskets for a Family. In the spirit of limiting the gifts you give, consider giving family gift baskets to your extended family instead of individual gifts. This keeps the cost down and may foster closer family relationships. The basket could be a game or movie along with a box of popcorn, simple bowls, and matching cups from the dollar store or other discount store. Decorate it nicely and deliver on Christmas day.
Shopping for the Holidays doesn’t have to be expensive with a little pre-planning. Keep the gifts simple and limiting them are very good strategies. Try it this year and see the difference in your bank account and on the faces of your loved ones.
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Friday, September 17, 2010

Family Friday: Choosing to Live Joyfully - The Simple Gift Every Mother Can Give Her Children

Family Friday: Choosing to Live Joyfully - The Simple Gift Every Mother Can Give Her Children

What an uplifting and great idea. Teaching our children joy is the best gift we can give them a gift
that will last their entire lives.

We all need more JOY in our lives, give yourself the gift of Joy.
Wishing you JOY!!

Monday, September 13, 2010

Your Precious Kid & seat belts

Recently on Twitter Mom's were tweeting asking : " Is there something to buy that can stop little one from getting seatbelt undone? "

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Friday, February 19, 2010

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Thursday, January 7, 2010

Selling Your Products: How Consignment Stores Can Help

Many artisans and craftspeople present their products to the retail world by selling through consignment stores. A consignment store, often called a second-hand store, is a retail store that sells new, used, and handmade items on consignment. The consignor (owner of goods) gives their items to the consignee (store owner) to be sold in exchange for receiving a commission from the sale.

If you work at home and have a home business selling products, then you should take advantage of the benefits that consignment stores can offer.

Creates Immediate Public Exposure

You must advertise in order to make your home business succeed. While typical advertising methods like business cards, websites, car signs, and media ads are all useful and necessary, nothing is better than having a way to quickly show your products to the public. Selling products via consignment stores is a great way to accomplish this. From the moment that customers browse your products, they will associate your name with quality products.

Customers will also learn that they can always find your products in that specific shop. When someone likes your products, they will purchase them from the consignment store. Then, they will tell their friends and family about the great new items that they just purchased. Nothing creates better public exposure than word of mouth.

Allows You to Make More Profit

Consignment stores take a commission from the sale of your products, and then the rest of the sale profit is yours. A useful tip is to make sure that your consignment shop does not assess any additional fees beyond the commission.

Utilizing consignment stores means that you do not have to worry about paying for table or booth fees at fairs, flea markets, and craft shows. You also will not have to pay for travel expenses to attend festivals and shows, because consignment stores sell your products at consistent times and hours. All of these cost cutting benefits mean more money for your wallet.

Helps You Build a Solid Reputation

Earning a reputation of selling quality products takes time, especially for home businesses. Selling products through consignment stores allows you to utilize the already established reputation of the consignment store. Customers are likely to feel that if "Store X" sells your products, then they must be quality items. Without a solid reputation, your home business won't succeed, and selling products through consignment stores is a great way to build a valued reputation.

If you are an artisan or craftsperson who works from home selling products that you have made, trying selling your items through consignment stores. Selling via consignment creates immediate public exposure, eliminates the cost of operating your own store, allows you to make more profit, and helps you build a solid reputation.

Personally I am using consignment stores to sell my candles
And to sell some unique metal punched wax warmers Good luck to all crafting and artisans!