Oh boo. There is a voluntary recall of select almond, nut and peanut butters due to a possible salmonella contamination.
The brands involved in the recall include Whole Foods brand, Trader Joes brand, Maranatha, Arrowhead Mills and Safeway brand (Open Nature).
You can check the recall notice here for more specific information. There are certain use by dates listed that you want to check for on your package.
Whole Foods is offering a one day sale- get a rotisserie chicken for just $5.00 on Friday. This is a great excuse to skip cooking at a very affordable price! You could zip through the salad bar and boom- dinner is done.
We do often see Rotisserie chicken on sale at the grocery store or Costco for $5.00 but this is actually not the same product that you might see elsewhere.
Whole Foods rotisserie chicken is usually $9.99 because they offer humanely raise, antibiotic free chicken and they use organic seasonings when roasting. So you should get a really delicious chicken for half off the normal price.
No coupons are needed but please note this is while supplies last so if you head in late in the evening they may be out.
Well can you believe my little darlings are still not in school? I feel like the last man standing here as we have one more week of summer vacation.
I have really been cramming in the sight word practice for both my 5 year old and 7 year old the past few weeks so they are fresh and ready to start school.
But you can only do flashcards and writing it out and spelling aloud so many times and it gets so boring for them. So I decided to have a little fun with some words and make it a game to try to get them interested in learning.
If you have little ones that are trying to memorize lists of sight words, this might be something you consider trying with your kiddos.
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There is a sale running at Famous Footwear that I thought I’d mention.
Buy One Pair of shoes and get a second pair for 50% off. Plus you can take an extra 15% or 20% off that price. So it works out to be a fairly good deal on shoes that don’t go on sale often like Nike, Sketchers, Adidas….
I tested this pair of women’s Nike shoes for $64 and added a second pair of children’s Sketcher’s for $50. The price dropped to $25 in my cart for the children’s shoes.
Shipping adds $4 but the extra 15% off took off an extra $13.50. So my grand total for a pair of $65 shoes + $50 shoes was $81.
You can get 20% off instead of 15% off by registering for the rewards club. I have not registered myself but I believe it is free to join.
I also tested out the crew socks for boys- they have 3 packs of Nike socks for $13.99. These also qualify for buy one get one 50% off and the extra 15% discount.
The grand total for 6 pairs of Nike socks was $21 including shipping fees.
Click here to start shopping- the Buy One Get One 50% off is automatic and use coupon code: SHOP29 for the extra 15% off. If you decide to register for the rewards, use coupon code SCHOOL92 at checkout.
There is a nice sale from Flirty Aprons today. You can get a handful of styles for 60% off.
These are really cute to put away for holiday gifts- add a fun cookbook or baking items and you have a very cute gift.
The price on the aprons is $29- use coupon code SADIE60 and the price drops to $12! Shipping adds $4– so your total price should be right around $16. That is an excellent deal for aprons that normally sell for $33.
Head over here to Flirty Aprons to see the styles included in the promotion.
If you can use a sample of paint, head over to request a free quart from Kelly Moore.
Just fill your info in and the coupon is valid through August 24th.
These are great for little projects around the house.
I love when this freebie comes around!
There will be 2 Build and Grow Clinics at Lowe’s in September.
The first is on September 13th and your kids will make a pair of binoculars.
The second event is on September 27th and your kids will make a fire truck.
Each event will be held at 10am. Registration will be open for the first clinic starting this Monday. I wanted to go ahead and give you the heads up now as these do get filled up quickly. It is usually best to sign up early. I think since the kids are back in school now and people are home for the weekends, these will probably fill up especially quickly.
The kids should get an apron, all the supplies for the clinic and a few other goodies.
And you can learn more about the August event here.
You can get 50 new Disney Movie Reward points.
Just enter: DMRTYU to get your points.
You can collect these codes and redeem them for Disney merchandise. You will also find codes inside any Disney movies that you purchase.
What is Disney Movie Rewards? Each time you buy a Disney movie you want to look inside the case for a little slip of paper. The paper will have a code on it. Each movie is worth a different number of points. You will see a code listed on the slip of paper. Register for a free account (click the links above) and enter your code. A movie might be worth 75-200 points. Once you start collecting the points you can cash them in for free rewards like the gift cards mentioned above! You can also get points for going to theaters and seeing Disney movies- check out the article above for the details.