Log into your Kellogg’s Family Rewards account and enter code KFRTHANKYOU25PTS for 25 points.
Today only (1/3), Old Navy has active pants and shorts priced at $6 for kids and $10 for adults. This is available in-store only.
I want to wish you all a very happy 2015. We just got discharged from the hospital so it’s an even happier new year for us !!! Here is to hoping that we don’t come back to the hospital again this year:)
Checkout 51 has added new product on their Pick Your Own Offer. I am not sure if everyone got the same thing but here is what I got in my account:
- 25¢ cash back wyb salad mix
- 25¢ cash back wyb yogurt
- 25¢ cash back wyb oranges
- 25¢ cash back wyb grapes
- 25¢ cash back wyb bananas
Make sure you check your inbox for an email from Disney Movie Rewards which contains 50 Bonus points for the New Year !
UPDATING THIS WITH NEW POINT EARNERS:
2 more to add: FBNYR5S47WL2014 for 10 points AND TWITR5S47WL2014 for 5 points (both expire 1/2/15)
Here is a new code to add for 5 points: TWIT89994801FF4 (added 12/30)
Here is one more code for 15 points… CMAWWECOPEEQI14
ADD ONE MORE: enter code FBHOL8E87NCK014 for 10 more points (added to this post on 12/22)
Enter code TWIT88949D3AP14 for 10 points (added to this post on 12/18)
Enter code CM89CCKDWJKLO14 for 15 points (added to this post on 12/13)
Log into your Pampers Gifts to Grow account and enter the code FBHIL8884999414for 10 points.
Read the article Labor Support and the Role of Doulas for 10 points.
Watch the Peace on Earth video and click the Watch & Earn link within the video for 10 points.
Today we have a new healthy offer from Saving Star…
I just got a chance to look at the new Pick Your Own Offers from Checkout51…
- Get 25¢ cash back wyb soda
- Get 25¢ cash back wyb orange juice
- Get 25¢ cash back wyb limes
- Get 25¢ cash back wyb lemons
- Get 25¢ cash back wyb bananas
As many of your know, my daughter Kaley has been in and out of the hospital a lot over the past few years. During that time so many wonderful people came into the hospital to bring her gifts and share their time to try to cheer her up in times where she really needed it. Now that she is better for the most part we have been volunteering at the hospital once a month to give back. Our favorite activity that we have done the past 2 years is helping run the hospital Christmas party for the families of the pediatric patients. Knowing our time is helping families going through tough times is very satisfying and I really try to encourage others to give back during the holiday season (and all year round).
I also try to support companies that give back and Aflac is one of them. If you are not aware of Aflac, they pay cash benefits fast (usually in 4 days) when a policyholder gets sick or hurt. This gives them the opportunity to focus on recovery, not financial stress. With their Duckprints campaign, they are committed to the fight against childhood cancer and have raised more than $93 million with the goal of reaching $100 million by the end of 2015.
They also have the Aflac Cancer Center and Blood Disorders Center of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta which is one of the largest childhood cancer centers in the country. The Aflac Cancer Center is committed to providing childhood cancer patients a brighter future through advanced medical treatment, family-centered care, a child-friendly environment and innovative research.
Austin Freeman was treated at the Aflac Cancer Center in Atlanta Georgia, where he received numerous doses of chemotherapy and radiation. Thankfully, after a very difficult year, Austin has been cancer free since March of 2014.
You can help Aflac support the fight against childhood cancer by purchasing their Holiday Duck. 100% of the proceeds go to participating children’s hospitals across the country.
Plus Aflac will give an additional $2 to the Aflac Cancer Center for every post, share, tweet, or re-tweet that uses the #Duckprints. Make sure you follow the Aflac Duck on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @AflacDuck
Together we can beat childhood cancer !!!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.