Keeping the *HOT* K-Cup® pod streak going with another week of a high-end, highly sought after K-Cup® coffee brand! You will definitely want to buy from this week's Wacky Wednesday K-Cup® coffee sale, with the inclusion of Peet's House Blend Keurig® K-Cup® coffee pods.
Wacky Wednesday Weekly Coffee Sale! Every Wednesday they post a totally wacky sale price on a variety of coffees including Keurig® K-Cup® pods. Don"t forget shipping is free when you spend $59. or more!
Easter is bringing with it another fun team challenge to help you earn SB from Swagbucks! For those of you who don't know what Swagbucks is, it's a website where you can earn cash back on everyday tasks you do online like shopping, answering surveys, discovering deals, and watching videos. You can even earn for searching the web!
If you've never tried Swagbucks before because you didn't know where to begin, their Team Challenges are a great way to learn the ropes! Their latest, the "Egg-cellent"
Easter, except for Halloween, is the biggest holiday of the year for candy. That can be a bad thing -- especially since Easter-themed events may stretch out over a week or more.
Overconsumption of sugar by kids can lead to moodiness and hyperactivity -- a sugar high can even be misdiagnosed as ADHD.
Regular consumption of processed sugar ties in with a growing problem of obesity, leading to diabetes, among Americans. A child who is overweight is three times more likely to be an overweight
Spring has sprung and at Swagbucks, the deals are in full bloom. They're giving back BIG Cash Back on your favorite merchants. If you haven't heard of Swagbucks, when you shop there you get cash back in the form of SB points for every dollar you spend. Then you redeem those points for gift cards to places like Amazon, PayPal, Starbucks, Walmart, Target, and more! Sign up here to get started
The weekend is upon us and the weather is warming up, so now’s the perfect time to do a little shopping!
Having money is not evil. It’s loving money more than anything else that can get you into trouble. Everyone needs money in order to live. Not only is it wise to save for your future, it’s prudent to multiply what has been given to you.
Most people do not plan to cut back in how they spend money, and yet when they reach retirement, many people do just that—they cut back on their lifestyle significantly out of necessity. This doesn’t have to be, and it can be prevented through careful financial