Check out the list here of the coupons that will be in the paper on Sunday. Looks like there are some good ones!
Cream of Wheat would like to give you a free sample. They have seven different flavors for you to try!
Download a free album of work out music from The Biggest Loser. It’s about 60 minutes long. Here is the list of songs:
# BPM Title Originally Made Famous By
1 128 Bleeding Love Leona Lewis
2 128 American Boy Estelle
3 128 Umbrella Rihanna
4 128 Stronger Kanye West
5 128 4 Minutes Madonna
6 128 Love Story Taylor Swift
7 128 No Surprise Daughtry
8 128 Sugar Flo Rida
9 128 Paparazzi Lady GaGa
10 128 When I Grow Up The Pussycat Dolls
11 128 Second Chance Shinedown
12 128 Damaged Danity Kane
No Coupon Code is Required. Just enter a valid email address, and your download will start immediately.
*This will be the first of a seven part series based on “The Richest Man in Babylon” by George S. Clason.
I don’t normally write about the finance books that I read, but George S. Clason’s “The Richest Man in Babylon” has some really sound financial principles that I want to pass along. It’s a tiny little book, only 140 pages and since it’s older you should be able to pick it up at your library or on Paperback swap if you want to read it yourself.
“The Richest Man in Babylon” is the fictional story of Arkad, a man who started life as a simple peasant and has now become extremely wealthy. From his castle the King of Babylon sees the poor in his country continue to suffer as they mismanage their resources. He asks Arkad to teach the citizens the secrets to achieving financial security.
The lessons Arkad teaches he calls the “Seven Cures for a Lean Purse”. While they are not revolutionary, their simplicity makes them very valuable information.
Cure # 1: Start thy purse to fattening (A Frugal Chick’s Translation: Save Something!)
According to a recent MSN article, Americans are optimistic about the economy in 2010. Along with their other New Year’s Resolutions, people want to build up an emergency fund. It is my belief that the current financial state of our country has finally shown people the importance of having something for a rainy day.
And Arkad’s teachings go along with this idea. He says if you earn 10 coins, you need to take 1 coin and place it in your purse, not to be removed. The satisfaction of having your purse feel a bit heavier will bring peace to your soul.
In more recent terms this is called “Paying Yourself First.” Before you pay bills, before you go out to eat, before you see a movie, you need to put something in savings. If your employer has an automatic savings plan consider using it. (For me personally, I have my employer deposit an amount of money into a savings account at a bank I do not normally use. I can get to the money if I need, but it requires a trip out of my way.)
If it seems like a small amount at the beginning, it’s okay. Every time you make a deposit, you can watch your money grow. Small amounts of money over long periods of time can give you a significant nest egg!
This coming Sunday morning at 6:30 a.m. I am going to be a guest on the morning local news on WVEC, the local ABC affiliate! They called this week and asked if I would come and do a short interview about saving money and using coupons! I hope you will set your DVR (if you aren’t up) so that you can get all the info!
Do you use Swagbucks yet? If not, you need to check it out!
Swagbucks is a website that you use just like Google to search the internet. The more you search, the more points you earn. And then you can go in the store and redeem points for things like gift cards or download television episodes! For the total info, check my post here.
If you download the toolbar every day this week you should get a message worth atleast one point you can add to your total. I have been using the site now for 6 months and have accumulated more than $30 worth of Amazon gift cards! It’s very easy to earn points!
Plus if you sign up through this link here, you get three points to start! So sign up and start earning those points!
This is my favorite deal of the week:
CVS Green Bag Tags or Reusable Bags, $0.99
Get $1 Easy Care Buck when you buy 2 (Limit 1 per household)
$0.49 ea. when you buy 2 after Easy Care Bucks!
(If you missed my post on the Green Bag Tag, check it out here!)
Check out a complete list of the deals here!
Here is the stuff that is free after Rebate:
– $4.99 Single Check Rebate
– $2 off of 1 from the 01/10 Red Plum
Final Price: FREE with possible overage after Single Check Rebate and coupon
GE Light Bulbs $2
– $2 Single Check Rebate
Final Price: FREE after Single Check Rebate
There are lots of other great deals with lots of printable coupons- check out the complete list here!
Contemplating buying a paper on Sunday morning? Check out this list of the coupons that should be included (depending on your area). Either way, looks like another strong coupon week!
This is one of the best articles I have ever read on How to Deal with Creditors. If you have debt and are having trouble paying your bills, this is some great advice.
Trent from The Simple Dollar goes on a Frugal Date with his wife! Sounds like a good time to me!
A guest post from a normal person about how they paid off $18500 in debt in a pretty short amount of time. It’s a good simple read from Get Rich Slowly!
There is a good time of year to buy almost every item. In case you are looking at a purchase, here is a list of the best time of year to buy a huge variety of items!