Click for free stuff on Amazon!
Image: Swagbucks is a rewards site where you earn points (called SB) for things you're probably doing online already, like searching, watching videos, discovering deals, and taking surveys

It's April, and Swagbucks has an early Easter treat in the form of a $5 bonus!  

Swagbucks is a rewards site where you earn points (called SB) for things you're probably doing online already, like searching, watching videos, discovering deals, and taking surveys.

Then you take those points and exchange them for gift cards to places like Amazon, Starbucks, Walmart, Target, or PayPal cash.

When you sign up through me this month, you can earn a $5 bonus! Here's how:

1. Sign up using this link

2. Earn 300 SB total before 5/1/17. You'll get a $3 (300 SB) bonus for it!

3. If you spend at least $25 through Swagbucks Shop* you'll get another $2 (200 SB) bonus on top of the cash back you'll get from shopping.
If you have some shopping to do online, just go to Swagbucks first and visit the store through them.
It doesn't cost you anything extra, but you'll get SB points for every dollar you spend (on top of the bonus)!

That's it. It's super easy, and Swagbucks is for real.

I use it myself, and I've earned 4,218 SBs just this month alone. I use it to grab Amazon gift cards - to cover my love for Amazon shopping!

*You must receive your shopping SB before June 1st

Let's Get Started!
Image: Free Wallpaper SamplesRedecorating? I am planning on redoing my living room... someday!

Samples are available for all wallpapers.

Up to five samples are available free of charge, per customer, to help you make your selection.

The samples are roughly 8.5" x 11" each, so even if you don't want to wallpaper your walls, they would be great for arts and craft projects!

You can also request their free brochure and paint colour card

Click for free wallpaper samples
(US only)

NOTE - If any of the above links are not working or the freebies or coupons no longer available, please post a blog comment below and I'll edit it!





QUICK FREEBIE TIP:
Don't forget to sign up for free money! Swagbucks are free digital dollars that you can trade for gift cards, Paypal money and other great prizes.
Click for more quick freebie tips


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Image: Plastic Tote Cleaning CaddyDo you love Spring Cleaning? Not me... but with hopefully beautiful weather coming soon, I guess we really need to get to it soon!

Cleaning the windows and letting that brilliant sunshine in will certainly brighten everyone's day!

One thing that might make your job easier is having a cleaning caddy to carry around with you.

With all your cleaning supplies at hand, your job will go quicker.

These free printable check-lists will help to keep you organized and focused on getting things done. If you stick them inside a plastic page protector, you can check it off with a washable marker and reuse these checklists every year.

Image: Printable Spring Cleaning Checklist


Click for your free checklist
(Worldwide)

Found another great Printable Spring Cleaning Checklist here: PmperfectHomemaking.com

NOTE - If any of the above links are not working or the freebies or coupons no longer available, please post a blog comment below and I'll edit it!





QUICK FREEBIE TIP:
Your freebies not arriving? We really hate to blame the mail carrier, but a couple of readers who weren't receiving any freebies, put a "Hold Request" on their mail for 2 weeks and chose "Pick-up", rather than having it delivered. When they went to pick up their mail, they got 2 plastic bags full of samples!
Click for more quick freebie tips


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Image: Free McGruff the Crime Dog DVDWhat if a child were to encounter a firearm in an unsupervised situation?

NSSF addresses this safety concern through educational video programs appropriate for school safety curriculums.

A general-audience program is also available that provides a review of safety rules for firearms owners.

Another general-audience program is a great introduction to firearms safety rules and etiquette at the indoor range for those visiting for the first time and a great reminder for experienced shooters.

All are available online for everyone:
● Have a Conversation with Kids about Firearm Safety (general audience)
● Several Safety Pledges
● McGruff the Crime Dog on Gun Safety (grades K-6)
● It's Your Call: Playing It Safe Around Guns (grades 6-9)
● Firearms Safety Depends On You (general audience)
● Introduction to Range Safety and Etiquette (general audience)

They are also offering free Gun Safety Kits for individuals - locks for your guns.
(Safety kits are available while supplies last.)

A print discussion guide for the two school video programs is included in the DVD package.

Click for more info
(Worldwide)

More Free Resources from Project Child Safe

-- Project ChildSafe is a program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation to promote firearm safety and education. They are committed to promoting genuine firearm safety through the distribution of safety education messages and free firearm safety kits to communities across the U.S.

NOTE - If any of the above links are not working or the freebies or coupons no longer available, please post a blog comment below and I'll edit it!





QUICK FREEBIE TIP:
When the site asks where you heard about them, say friend/family, not a freebie site. Right-clicking and copying the link location and pasting it in a new browser, rather than clicking the link can help too. Sometimes they won't send if they know you came from a freebie site.
Click for more quick freebie tips


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Image: March Madness is here, and Swagbucks is celebrating with Collector's Bills

March Madness is here, and Swagbucks is celebrating with "Collector's Bills" worth bonus SB points that you can collect by simply searching the web.

Collect them all, and you get an SB Bonus!

Once you've collected enough SB, you can redeem them for gift cards to stores like Amazon, PayPal Cash, and many more!

Here's all the information for this week's March Madness Collector's Bills:

Search the web through the Swagbucks search starting Monday, March 27th through Friday, March 31st, and when you get a search win, you may get a special Collector’s Bill valued at either:

   • 5 SB
   • 8 SB
   • 10 SB
   • 12 SB
   • 22 SB

When you get a Collector’s Bill you’ll receive the value of the bill and the bill will be added to your Collector’s Bills ledger.

Collect all 5 Collector’s Bills and you’ll instantly earn a 20 SB Bonus!

Keep searching til you find them all!

Let's Get Started!
Image: free Utah Baby Guide subscription
The Utah Baby Guide was started as a way to provide free information to new and expecting parents. This is a totally free digital magazine!

Check out some of their past issues.

In past issues, there have been articles such as:
⇒ Can Morning Sickness predict your child's IQ?
⇒ Single Parent on a Tight Budget
⇒ Getting along with your Mother in Law
⇒ Make your own: baby food, bread, pillowcase dress
⇒ Design your child's ideal bedroom
⇒Play date activities that explore art and music
⇒ Baby Names the scoop and poop on what is current
⇒ Baby Clothes Care the secret to removing spit up stains

About once a month they send you an email when each new issue is available, and you go online to read it - click to view the current issue.

Click for your free subscription
(Worldwide)

NOTE - If any of the above links are not working or the freebies or coupons no longer available, please post a blog comment below and I'll edit it!


QUICK FREEBIE TIP:
Create a separate free email account to use for your freebies - so your personal email doesn't get filled with junk emails.
Click for more quick freebie tips


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Image: Keep Bananas Fresh Longer, by snapguide.com
Cut a small piece of plastic cling wrap, about the size of the palm of your hand.

Wrap the plastic tightly at the top/stem of the bananas.

Then hang up your bananas! Keeps the fruit from bruising and the air circulation allows for even ripening.

Carefully remove and replace the plastic cling wrap each time you get a banana. Enjoy for 3-5 days longer than usual!

Photo credit: Keep Bananas Fresh Longer, by snapguide.com
All rights reserved

From our Facebook fan page:

Jamie Knox-Wagner posted: Another helpful hint: Take the banana's apart. They last longer not all bunched together!

Emily Kathryn posted: If you place them in the fridge they last longer! The skins will brown quickly but the banana stays perfect for days!!

Evie L. Reid posted: You don't have to re-wrap... just use kitchen shears to cut off a banana under the wrap. Also easier for little hands to peel when you do that.

Donna Beebe Olson posted: Wow, I never knew that. Thanks for the tip!

Alma Vanderlinden posted: If you peel from the other end you don't get the strings either. FYI





Image: Bandwagon Banana Hanger 11 1/2 Inch Quality Piece - Keeps the fruit from bruising and the air circulation allows for even ripening.Image: Glad Plastic Wrap - 1 roll - Helps Keep Food Fresh, Clings tight

Shopping Suggestions:
Glad Plastic Wrap
Bandwagon Banana Hanger
McNaughton Banana Hook
Banana Saver
Banana Keeper


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Image: Freebie 101 - Getting Started with Freebies HuntingWelcome to Frugal-Freebies.com!

So you just found out that you could get all sorts of free stuff online! But now you are feeling overwhelmed before you even get started?

Here are some great pointers for all of our new and even those not-so-new freebie lovers.

Once you feel you have mastered Freebies 101, be sure to explore the rest of Frugal Freebies. You will find lots of great freebies and coupons, as well as more tips to help you get the most out of finding freebies online.

First thing you need to know is...
When I post US in the freebie post title - it means the freebie is only available to United States readers.
When I post CDN in the freebie title - it means the freebie is only available to Canadian readers.
When I post US/CDN in the freebie title - it means the freebie is only available to US and Canadian readers.
When I post ALL in the freebie title - it means the freebie is available worldwide.

I do my best to let you know up front who the offer is good for - and you can do your part by reading before clicking, so you don't waste your time.

Second, you need to know that I am Canadian and I do search for Canadian offers for my fellow Canadian readers. I am sorry that not all offers are available to US readers, but I just find them and have no control over who the company will mail to.

Now, let's get started with some helpful articles:

Never Miss Another Freebie or Swag Code
How to Get Freebie Alerts on Your Cell Phone
How to Use Printable Coupons
Don't be Greedy With Freebies
Freebies That Never Arrive
Who is behind Frugal Freebies?

Not only will you discover how much fun freebies are, but you should also learn about free money!
SwagBucks - win prizes and money
More free money - Zoombucks!
Earn Money Online and Still Have a Life?

FREEBIE 101

These easy tips and ideas should get you on your way to getting lots of wonderful freebies.

QUICK FREEBIE TIPS:
1. Create a separate free email account to use for your freebies - so your personal email doesn't get filled with junk emails.

2. Create a separate Facebook account without your personal info, to sign up for Facebook freebies without sharing your info.

3. Create a Facebook and Twitter account to get freebies, even if you only use it for that.

4. Be cautious about where you give out your personal information. Don't provide any more information than you are comfortable with. Personally, I never give out my exact date of birth (you can change the month or date) or telephone number. (555 is a handy area code) Some go as far as getting a P.O. Box for their freebies.

5. Don't request every offer you see. Only request those that really interest you, or will donate to charity.

6. If you don't feel comfortable with an offer, just skip it.

7. Remember that many freebies come with great high-value coupons!

8. When the site asks where you heard about them, say friend/family, not a freebie site. Right-clicking and copying the link location and pasting it in a new browser, rather than clicking the link can help too. Sometimes they won't send if they know you came from a freebie site.

9. Keep an attitude of gratitude. Freebie hunting is more of a game of being at the right place at the right time - if you get the freebie, you won!

10. Don't forget to sign up for free money! Swagbucks are free digital dollars that you can trade for gift cards, Paypal money and other great prizes.

11. Read the fine print on all free stuff offers. Don't sign up if they ask for a required survey, gold card offer, promotion requirements, or your credit card information unless you are absolutely sure it's a legitimate offer.

12. Filling out form after form can be quite tedious. To make this process faster, you can use autofill software. Autofill software remembers information such as your name and address and automatically fills in the blanks for you on forms. Roboform is a great free autofill software download.

13. Sometimes when printing coupons, you can hit back and print it again. Or you can change the number of copies in the pop-up print menu to print more.

14. Get a free online voice mail box at Simple Voice Box, K7 unified messaging system or JConnect. For Canada use Fongo. Some forms will allow you to fill in UL or unlisted. And remember to register your home and cell phone numbers to the National Do Not Call Registry.

15. A freebie isn't a freebie unless it's free! If a website wants you to pay for a freebie, then don't request it. If they ask for shipping cost, you'll have to decide if it's worth it to you.

16. Checking for free sample opportunities every day, or even several times a day, will greatly increase your chances of getting them. Since there are only a certain number of free samples per offer, you'll want to sign up as soon as you can. Free samples are almost always offered on a first come first served basis.

17. Make sure that everything you entered in the form is correct. A wrong address may get the free sample to a neighbor instead of you!

18. It's a great idea to note the date you request a freebie. Most samples arrive 6-8 weeks after you've asked for them, unless it says otherwise on the confirmation page.

19. Freebies generally takes anywhere from 4-16 weeks to arrive, some as long as 5 months - it depends on what you requested.

20. While you are waiting for your freebies to arrive, take advantage of the printable freebies, the printable coupons for local free offers, and local offers that you can pick up.

21. Give us feedback on freebies. When you give feedback, you help other freebie hunters! For example, if you see a freebie listed as available in the USA and Canada, but it's actually only available for the US, or no longer available - leave a comment here or post to the Frugal-Freebies forum and let us know.

22. Please tell your friends about Frugal Freebies! If you spread the word about Frugal Freebies, be it by word-of-mouth, blog, website, Facebook, Twitter, or other means, you'll increase the number of Frugal Freebies users. More users equals more feedback and makes me happy!

23. Have realistic expectations: While I try very hard to only provide links to legitimate offers, sometimes the freebies still don't arrive. This could be because the company did not having a large enough supply to cover the response they got. It is also possible that a spammer has set up a site to gather email addresses (another important reason to use an alternate email account) and never intended to send you a freebie at all. Be aware that this can happen and although I do my best to avoid such sites, it is a part of getting freebies over the Internet.

24. If you really like a freebie you received, think about emailing the company. Sometime they respond by mailing you high-value coupons for their product... yet another freebie!

25. Here is a website very handy when you have to give a phone number - humorhotlines.com. You get a phone number in your area code and use it whenever they ask for a phone number for a freebie. (US/CDN)

26. Check to see if there is an opt out or opt in check box. You don't need to sign up for extra email. Uncheck that box unless you really do want more email from that company.

27. If a freebie limited to only the first 1,000 participants - you may not be in that group and the site may just be collecting your information.

28. One reader doesn't like using her real name, so she has her dog apply for all the freebies. She uses her last name so the mail will get there. She knows when a spam phone call comes in because they ask for the dog.

29. Remember, Frugal-Freebies.com doesn't give out the freebies, I only post the freebies I find on the net. So to increase your chances of the freebies arriving in your mail, you could stick to the offers from the larger companies (i.e.: Wal-Mart, P&G, Kroegers, Sam's Club, etc.). However, lots of readers post on the Frugal Freebies forum saying they can't believe the amount of free stuff they've received in the mail, even though not every freebie will turn up from the other sites posted.

30. Scam.com is your first choice if you are a true freebie hunter and want to research if some freebie is a valid one. 419eater is an active freebie hunter discussion board.
PLUS: List of freebie hunter sites that are spam, scam or phishing.

31. Yes, sometimes freebies are just for Canadian readers. Sometimes they are just for US readers. Sometimes even just for UK, Australian or European readers. I only find the freebies, I have no control over who the company can ship to. Canada is a different country, and I am Canadian, so that's why I search out and post as many Canadian freebies I can find.

32. All freebies are posted without prejudice. I have no political/religious/personal agenda to promote here, and I may not even agree with the message the freebie is promoting. But freebie censorship is not what this blog is about. If you don't agree with the message a freebie is promoting, just pass on the freebie. The next one I find might be one you do believe in, and someone else might disagree.

33. Don't forget to sign up for free money! Zoombucks are free digital dollars that you can trade for over 100 brand name gift cards.

34. Your freebies not arriving? We really hate to blame the mailman, but a couple of readers who weren't receiving any freebies, put a Hold Request on their mail for 2 weeks and chose "Pick-up", rather than having it delivered. When they went to pick up their mail, they got 2 plastic bags full of freebies!

35. One reader told us that, I thought just because I 'liked' something it meant I was automatically signed up for something. No, sorry, you need to sign up for the freebies by clicking on the links, each freebie separately. Not just sign up for Frugal Freebies on Facebook and that's it.

36. Some don't use their last name when requesting freebies - to foil the telemarketers who take your name and address and look up your phone number to call you. To avoid these nuisance calls, they use only their first and middle name, or change some of the letters in their last name. Another benefit is that way you can track where the junk mail came from.

37. Don't forget to sign up for free money! iRazoo are free digital dollars that you can trade for over 100 brand name gift cards.
38. When a freebie offer asks for sensitive information like your social security number or a bank account number, you want to leave that freebie site right away!

39. Whenever you receive a freebie that leaks all over your mail - you should email the company and tell them. You might even get a full-size bottle of their product in compensation!

40. If you need an email address (or lots of addresses!) you can go to Mail.com and create another one just for signing up for freebies.

41. ALWAYS email companies when you have a problem, because you might just get something for your time! But don't forget to ALWAYS send them your positive feedback as well, because they might reward you for taking the time to offer a compliment.

42. Printer failed to print your coupon? Don't have a printer? Look for a Help/Contact link or button on the page and tell them the printer failed and they will often send you a coupon in the mail.

43. Is that coupon real or fake? Fraudulent coupons hurt us all! If you received a printable coupon that looks too good to be true; it may be! Free product coupons that can be printed more than once should set off a red flag for you, unless the coupon can be found on the manufacturer's website. You can visit the Coupon Information Center to verify the authenticity of any coupon.

44. Reader tip submitted: Not valid in Quebec? Try putting in your postal code, but another province instead of Quebec. It is hit or miss, but she says sometimes she gets the freebie - because the post office sorts by postal code, not province. Let your conscience be your guide on this.

45. Make sure to check the email address you used for freebie hunting daily to see if you need to click on a confirmation link to receive your sample.

46. Don't forget to sign up for free money! GiftHulk are free digital coins that you can trade for over 100 brand name gift cards.

47. FREE BOOKS - Not everyone has a Kindle, but if you're reading this message, you've probably got a smartphone, computer or iPad. Get a free Kindle Reading app and take a break from your world with free books! Available on your iPhone, Android, Blackberry, PC, Mac, iPad or iPod Touch.

So I hope that it's clearer now! Do you have any great tips to share? I would be glad to add them to our list.

- These freebie tips updated by Catherine on March 24, 2017 -


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Image: How and Why to Clean Bath Toys!
Do you clean out your children's bath toys?

Did you realize they harbor mold that can give your child rashes - and well, it's just gross and nasty!

You will probably need to use bleach to clean them out, and toss the real nasty ones.

But I love this tip - just glue up the hole with a glue gun and no more mold!

NOTE: If your child is the type to be able to remove the glue and eat it, this might not be the tip for you. Since the glue goes inside, I am not sure how they could do this, but I know some kids seem to do the impossible!

REMEMBER: Little children should always be supervised while in the bathtub, so do keep watch on the toys for removed glue.

Idea Credit: welovebeingmoms.blogspot.ca
Photo credit: welovebeingmoms.blogspot.ca
All rights reserved


From our Facebook fan page:

Lynda Tomkinson posted: They need to just make better bath toys

Amy Merrell posted: Good idea, except if you stop up the holes they can't squirt them anymore. The squirting is what my kids like about their bath toys. I just clean them out good with bleach water from time to time. The nasty ones get tossed.

Ann Caillier posted: I never did understand why they put the hole in the bottom of them things anyway, I don't think that my rubber ducky had a hole in the bottom

Erin Tucker posted: Why didn't I think of this!?!?!?! We've thrown away tons of bath toys and have a hard time finding new ones because they all have that hole and get moldy. whoo hoo!

Jennifer Theunissen posted: Thanks for the tip! I stopped buying anything with holes just because it's to hard to clean. My kiddos will be very happy to get some more duckies to play with :) Thanks

Jennifer Krane posted: I throw mine in the dishwasher every now and then. If they can't take the heat - then I throw them out. I always need a quick fix because they take a bath almost every night.

Jessica Glendon posted: Jennifer ... be careful...dish-washing soap is one of the most caustic substances in our homes...so if any residual soap is getting stuck inside, that could be doing your children as much/more damage. Just FYI.

Lourena Little posted: I wouldn't buy toys with holes in them, that would solve the problem .

NOTE - If any of the above links are not working or the freebies or coupons no longer available, please post a blog comment below and I'll edit it!





Image: Parts Express Hot Melt Trigger Glue Gun - Comes with built-in stand and two glue sticksImage: Munchkin White Hot Duck Bath Toy - Water-tight to prevent sinking, squirting, and mildew

Shopping Suggestions:
Parts Express Hot Melt Trigger Glue Gun
Toysmith Classic Rubber Ducky Bath Toy
Munchkin Watertight Duck Bath Toy
Sassy Stay-Clean Silly Squirts Water Toy
Sassy Fish Stay Clean No Mold Baby Bath Toy Squirter


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Image: Swagbucks is hosting another round of Shopping Swago!


Swagbucks is hosting another round of Shopping Swago!

What is SWAGO you ask? It's a bingo-inspired promotion run by Swagbucks, a website that rewards you with points (called SB) for completing everyday online activities. You can redeem those SB for free gift cards.

If you've never used Swagbucks, participating in SWAGO is a great introduction to the site and an easy way to earn a good amount of points quickly.

Here’s what you need to know to get your 200 SB Bonus (and don’t worry, you don’t have to make a purchase to complete a pattern):

 • Shop Swago will begin on Monday, March 27th at 9am PT/12pm ET, make sure you hit "Join" otherwise you won’t get credit for completing the action items. Each square on your Swago Board will contain an action item to complete.

 • Once you complete the action item in a particular square the square will change color signifying the action item is complete.

 • You have a limited amount of time to mark off as many squares as possible so use your time wisely.

 • Be mindful of the patterns and their corresponding bonuses located on the right of your Swago Board. The patterns will vary in difficulty and bonus value.

 • Once you’ve achieved a pattern the corresponding "Submit" button will light up. You can have multiple patterns available for submission, however, you can only submit ONE pattern so choose wisely.

 • The game ends Friday, March 31st at 12pm PDT/3pm EDT. So make sure to hit “Submit” on the pattern you wish to submit. If you don’t hit "Submit" before the game ends you won’t receive your SB bonus.

Let's Get Started!
Image: Courage-Wisdom-Hope Kit for children and their families | helps every kid feel smart, brave and ready to live a great life
The American Diabetes Association Courage-Wisdom-Hope Kit is the kit of wit and wisdom for kids with diabetes and their families.

This free kit cannot replace the need to see your health care professional team, but it may help you fill in some blanks. Contents include:

• Parent Guide
• Kid's Interactive Guide
• Sibling Guide
• Drawstring "go" bag—sized for a meter, strips, glucose tablets, snack and other necessities
• Write-on emergency contacts magnet and pen

The Courage-Wisdom-Hope Kit is available through the mail or as a digital download.
(Please note: They are not able to accept addresses outside the United States.)

Click for more info
(US only)





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QUICK FREEBIE TIP:
Make sure that everything you entered in the form is correct. A wrong address may get the free sample to a neighbor instead of you!
Click for more quick freebie tips


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Image: A Noodle in Your Boots
This is one of those "Why didn't I think of that?" moment!!

Now that it's warm weather again, you have probably put your boots away? But if they droop, it's bad for the fabric/leather material.

You could stuff your boots with newspaper, but that usually doesn't work so well.

You could buy Boot Stands, but they are expensive - especially if you have more than one pair of boots!

Why not use a
pool noodle in place of boot stands? It is so much cheaper ($1.00-$2.00 at the Dollar Store). Just cut them to fit your boots - tall or short!

Idea and photo from: boutiquenarelle.blogspot.ca
All rights reserved

From our Facebook fan page:

Christina Michelle York-Rehn posted: Great idea!

Danielle Fouts posted: Smart! I hate when my boots get misshapen!

Mary Lynn Riffe posted: Good idea!

Am Grissom posted: Brilliant!!!

Lisa Ferguson Sullivan posted: I'm going to buy some tomorrow! Thanks for sharing!!!

Ana Perales posted: Seriously?! Total duh moment!

Angela Bergman posted: I use wine bottles, but this idea is so much better!

Lori Doddington Singer posted: The best way to cut them is with an electric knife!

Cynthia Carter-Lee posted: sharing !!!

Stacey O'Neill Hy posted: I actually do something similar, but I use the cardboard tubes from paper towels and wrapping paper.


Image: Aqua World Swim Noodle - Length 51.5 inches long; Width: 7 inches when measuring the border; 2 inches in diameter when measuring acrossImage: Big Boss Noodle - about 4 inches wide x 56 inches long noodles.
Shopping Suggestions:
Aqua World Swim Noodle
Big Boss Swim Noodle
FootFitter Styrofoam Shoe Shaper Tree
Booty Shapers Women's Small Boot Tree

NOTE - If any of the above links are not working or the freebies or coupons no longer available, please post a blog comment below and I'll edit it!




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Life Media is an independently-owned, environmentally conscious multimedia information company, founded in 1976.

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Natural Life Magazine
-- a reader-supported digital publication, founded in 1976, that is trusted by thinking people everywhere who are developing positive alternatives to high cost, high consumption lifestyles. We also support and encourage collaborating to find ways to create a greener, healthier, and more just world.
Thoughtful commentary about - and individual solutions for - the pressing problems of our planet. They cover creative self-reliance, green living, natural homes, healthy food and organic gardening, natural parenting and alternative education, the new economy, health and wellness, life-affirming leisure activities, and many other aspects of healthy, sustainable family living.
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Natural Child Magazine
-- a reader-supported digital publication dedicated to producing unbiased information and inspiration about green, healthy living for families, from pregnancy through birth and early childhood. Natural Child Magazine was created as a spinoff from Natural Life magazine's The Natural Child column, which began in 1992.
A free source of information and inspiration about pregnancy, natural birth, home birth, cloth diapering, breastfeeding, cosleeping, gentle discipline, babywearing, natural health care, organics, being in Nature with young children, attachment parenting, greening your home, and many other aspects of conscious parenting.
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Life Learning Magazine 
-- a unique, authentic, and ground-breaking unschooling and home education magazine. Since 2002, it has been recognized and trusted as the world's leading magazine about personalized, non-coercive, active, interest-led learning from life.
A free, web-based source of support and information about interest-based, learner-directed education for all ages (also known as life learning, unschooling, natural learning, and free-range learning).
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Image: Free Historical Thinking PosterBright illustrations and snappy captions present history as a mystery for elementary students, while the flip side asks middle and high schoolers how historians know what they know about the past.

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These double-sided color posters feature definitions of primary and secondary sources and guides students through the process of historical inquiry.

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In honor of St. Patrick's Day, Swagbucks has a one-day-only Collector's Bill worth 17 SB.

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It'll be available all day today (Friday).

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