You can get a FREE Rimmel Mascara at Target this week. The extra super lash is on sale for $2.89 and there is a $3.00 coupon in the March Issue of All You. If you have that coupon you can score some free Mascara! The March issue of All You magazine should be on the shelves at Wal-Mart now!
Wal-mart is giving out sample of Olay’s Total Effects Body Wash! Usually when they send samples, they also send coupons! Check out the info here!
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 story of Arkad, a man who started out 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 them he calls the “Seven Cures for a Lean Purse”. While they are not revolutionary, their simplicity makes them very valuable information.
Cure # 6: Insure a Future Income (A Frugal Chick’s Translation: Don’t Plan on Winning the Lottery for Retirement)
Almost 40% of Americans are not saving for retirement. So unless a generous rich uncle passes away or a winning lottery ticket is purchased, rough times could be ahead for many Americans.
Arkad believes in saving for the future. “He (any man) should plan certain investments or provisions that may endure safely for many years, yet will be available when the time arrives which he has so wisely anticipated.” In economic times where some people are barely scraping by, saving for retirement seems impossible. But it is vitally important to begin saving ANYTHING soon. And the younger, the better.
Many companies have a 401k program (or an equivalent) where they will match contributions you make. That’s FREE money regardless of the stock market performance! Try as hard as you can to take advantage of that money- after all, they are just giving it away.
For more info on saving for retirement, check out this post from The Simple Dollar.
I love Organic Coupons! And their website is so funny! Click here to get your coupons!
Don’t forget Free Pancakes at IHOP today until 10 p.m!
This is a freebie I have never seen before. On March 20th students can take free full length SAT, ACT or PSAT tests to help them prepare for the actual test. Check out all the info here!
You can never have enough free recipe books. The Sun Maid is at it again, and there are some new free recipe booklets. Choose from 5 different guides include ‘Naturally Healthy Raisin Recipes,’ ‘The New Taste of Tradition,’ Recipes for Healthier Eating,’ ‘Fall Favorites’ or ‘Family Favorite Recipes.’ Click here for all the info!
Click here and Pillsbury will send you a 2010 calendar. They are also generous with the coupons as well, so maybe they will throw some in!
Target often releases coupons that are unique to their store. This time they have released 20 Kraft coupons! The great news is that because they are Target coupons, you can also use a manufacturers coupon (one you get out of the paper or off the internet) at the same time. Two coupons for one product! Here is a list of the Target coupons and you can print them here:
■$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchmeat
■$1/2 Oscar Mayer Bacon
■$1/1 Kraft Natural Cheese (*on sale at Publix this week)
■$1/2 Kraft Singles
■$1/2 Kraft Mayo Mayonnaise
■$1/2 Kraft Dressing
■$1/2 Kraft Grated Parmesan Cheese (*on sale at Publix this week)
■$1/2 Planters Peanuts
■$1/2 Oreo Cookies (*on sale at Publix this week)
■$1/2 Chips Ahoy! Cookies
■$1/2 100 Calorie Pack Snacks
■$1/2 Teddy Grahams
■$1/1 Lu Biscuits
■$1/2 Wheat Thins or Triscuits
■$1/2 Ritz Crackers
■$1/1 Maxwell House Coffee
Thanks Frugal Coupon Living!