Category: Health

Save More Than 50% on a One Year Subscription to Clean Eating Magazine

Posted on Oct 31, 2011 by No Comments

I know we go back and forth about whether magazines for moms are worth it; but I would argue that even if you never take advantage of any magazine deal I post, this one is well worth your time.

I have been a subscriber to Clean Eating magazine for several years now, and I continue to find endless inspiration among its pages — even from issues that are a few years old. I keep my entire collection not-so-neatly arranged in my kitchen, and I use them every week to make meal plans for my family. Read more…

Save on Oxo Tot Baby Food Accessories

Posted on Oct 27, 2011 by No Comments

In line with my last post about local food, I was also a big believer in making what I could for the baby. In my efforts, I used this particular baby food ricer quite frequently. Small and easy to use, it was affordable and fit the bill perfectly.

And right now, it’s clearances out for $9.99 — which, by the way, is far less than the really affordable price I purchased mine at. Read more…

Save More Than 50% on a 1-Year Membership to the Seeds of the Month Club

Posted on Oct 27, 2011 by No Comments

Local foods are one of my saving graces . . . especially when it comes to my budget. And by local I mean those coming from my nearby Farmer’s Market and my very own backyard. I also happen to be an avid canner, so I can preserve my local food goodness for all the winter months to come.

And while I don’t get all crazy about my garden planting — meaning, I have friends that spend months planning the layout of their gardens on grid paper — I do get pretty excited about getting my seeds in the ground. And I’m surprised I did not know that a “seed of the month” club existed. Read more…

The Halloween Sale at Bath & Body Works

Posted on Oct 14, 2011 by 1 Comment

Apparently, Bath & Body Works is seriously hardcore about Halloween. The sale they’re having can save you up to 75% plus score you free shipping. Sweet!

From bundles of “potions” like Wicked Spiced Pumpkin, Black Candy Apple, and Plum Potion to Halloween-inspired candle holders and wallflowers to pocket-sized hand sanitizers and anti-bacterial treat bags, there’s a little something for everyone.

These would be great if you have older kids in the house that do not trick-or-treat anymore, or if you have any kids in your neighborhood that you like to give “extra special” treats to.

Here’s the coupon codes you need to take advantage of the sale: Read more…

Cleaning Out the Baby Half Off Archives

Posted on Oct 11, 2011 by No Comments

Have you ever seen a deal at a flash sale site but not purchased it in time? This happens to me quite a bit. I’m a big believer in waiting a few minutes before I make a purchase — I talked about this over at Modern Home Modern Baby — to avoid spending money on stuff I’m not going to use, just because it’s a good deal.

But sometimes I’ll get distracted by something else and by the time I make up my mind, the deal has expired.

Usually I chalk this up to the universe’s way of telling me that I didn’t really need it anyway (kind of like when Panera is all sold out of their delicious mac ‘n cheese), but sometimes I’m really irked. Read more…

Treat Your Baby’s Cheeks to Monkey Balm at 50% Off

Posted on Sep 20, 2011 by No Comments

The time of year is coming when it’s going to get cold . . . and cheeks are going to start chapping. Monkey Balm is a great fix!

Maybe your baby (or even you!) suffers from eczema or severe dryness of the skin. Worry not. It’s good for that too.

Monkey Balm is like a giant-sized tube of lip balm that can be used all over your baby’s body. Read more…

Huggies for $2.68 at Rite-Aid? The Krazy Coupon Lady Says “Yes!”

Posted on Sep 16, 2011 by 1 Comment

I’ve talked on many occasions that I’m slightly obsessed with that TLC show, Extreme Couponing. And I’m a coupon junkie myself, though I don’t have a stockpile that will feed the neighborhood for a full year.

In fact, my stockpile is pretty measly. But, one thing I always try to take advantage of is diaper deals. Even though we primarily cloth diaper, when we have a sitter or the nanny comes, disposables are often just easier.

And if I can get Huggies for less than $3/pack with just a little bit of work, you’d better believe I’m going to be all over that. Read more…