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Free Museum Admission This Weekend April 30, 2010

Filed under: Freebies — Heather @ 7:50 pm

Don’t forget…..if you bank with Bank of America, you can get into hundreds of museums nationwide! The first full weekend of every month head to a participating museum, show your Bank of America card & photo ID & you get in free!

 

Free Kids Craft at Lakeshore Learning

Filed under: Freebies — Heather @ 7:41 pm

Head over to your local Lakeshore Learning tomorrow (May 1st) between 11-3pm for the free kids craft. The project this week is a Shady Sun Visor. Although here in Seattle, it may be mid July before we need that (I kid, I kid….hopefully!).

 

Free Kids Workshop at Home Depot

Filed under: Freebies — Heather @ 7:27 pm

Tomorrow head into your local Home Depot between 9 am-12 pm & your kids can attend a Kids Workshop for free. This month the activity is building a cute Picket Fence Planter. Click here for all the info.

 

Free Kids Craft at Lowe’s

Filed under: Freebies — Heather @ 10:55 am

Register here for tomorrow’s kids workshop at Lowe’s. The project is a cute little schoolhouse for Teacher Appreciation Week. Fun!

 

Last Day for Amazon K Cup Sale

Filed under: Amazon,Organic — Heather @ 10:03 am

Remember, if you love your Keurig (& really, who has one & doesn’t love it?!), today is the last day to score a fantastic deal on K Cups. Amazon has selected flavors from the Coffee People, Gloria Jean, & Diedrich on sale for 25% off. Details & selected flavors are here (there are even a few organic choices & some teas as well!).

I’m waiting for my box to arrive. It should be here today!

 

New Dirty Dozen List

Filed under: Organic — Heather @ 10:00 am

If you’re considering switching to organic food, it can be overwhelming to do so all at once. Thankfully, there is an annual “Dirty Dozen” list of produce that contain the most residual pesticides & it is recommended to buy organic versions of these items. Typically these items are thin skinned (or no skin, such as leafy vegetables) & therefore the pesticides actually get into the flesh of the fruit/veggie.

This year, celery takes the number one spot. Additionally, blueberries & spinach are on the list (come on, after the spinach/e.coli issue recently, that’s not surprising!). Here is the list:

  1. Celery
  2. Peaches
  3. Strawberries
  4. Apples
  5. Blueberries
  6. Nectarines
  7. Bell Peppers
  8. Spinach
  9. Kale
  10. Cherries
  11. Potatoes
  12. Grapes

You can read the entire article here if you’re interested.

 

Mega Swagbucks Day

Filed under: Swagbucks — Heather @ 9:58 am

Don’t forget….Fridays are Mega Swagbucks Day!  You can earn a LOT more Swagbucks than normal.  Not Swagging yet?   What are you waiting for?