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Friday, October 29, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Check out the Crayola Rebates available for purchases between October 15, 2010 through December 31, 2010 on select Crayola products.
Click HERE to view and print out the rebate form & save your receipts!
Monday, October 25, 2010
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Click HERE to Join my Scoop Group - We All Scream For Ice Cream - and when I get a group of 4 or more friends, we all get FREE ice cream from Baskin Robbins!
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
Hershey's Moderation Nation, a new national program created by the Hershey Center for Health & Nutrition, (HCHN) in collaboration with the American Dietetic Association, gives you access to a variety of tools that will help you achieve moderation – and you don´t even need to give up your favorite foods :) Check it out here: Moderation Nation
The Moderation Nation Web site (www.themoderationnation.com) provides a host of new tools for you and your readers, including:
- Recipes and Expert Tips. Here you’ll find advice from Cheryl Forberg, registered dietitian (RD) for NBC's The Biggest Loser, award-winning chef and New York Times best-selling cookbook author
- Additional recipes and tips from Regina Ragone, Food Director at Family Circle magazine; Keri Glassman, author of the O2 diet; and Liz Ward, author of Expect the Best Pregnancy.
- Moderation Menus. Seven-day meal plans – with snack ideas – that will help you plan out your week. Each menu is based on an individual lifestyle, such as Single, Adults with Kids and Adults with No Kids.
- Balance the Meal. This cool balancer tool allows you to input your main dish and its preparation method; in return, you’ll receive ideas for complementary side dishes that round out the meal smartly.
- Useful Facts. Here you’ll find everything from a “portion distortion” guide - providing cues on what actual portion sizes should look like – to a grocery shopping fact sheet – to a guide on how to start and maintain a food journal.
ENTER TO WIN YOUR OWN MODERATION NATION PRIZE PACK FROM CT COUPON CHIC!
One (1) winner will receive a Hershey Moderation Nation prize pack that includes a Moderation Nation t-shirt, notepad/pen, and a bag of Hershey chocolate!
Just leave a comment below with what you feel you would benefit most from on the Moderation Nation website & please don't forget to leave me your email address.
Contest ends: Sunday, October 31, 2010.
Post Disclosure: CT Coupon Chic was provided with a Hershey Moderation Nation prize pack and information about the Moderation Nation program in exchange for this post. All opinions are 100% mine. CT Coupon Chic was not given any financial compensation for this post.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Every year I try to get my Christmas cards done before Thanksgiving. It's usually not accomplished. I try. really. hard. But it just gets away from me every time.
I love sending snail mail cards and a personalized message to family members and friends. Most of our family lives in Pennsylvania and during the Christmas season it's hard to be so far away. I know they appreciate the time I take to write out my cards but they really love seeing our pictures.....
For this reason, personalized cards & photo cards are my go-to items.
Here are some great ideas for your own personalized holiday cards:
1. Include a family photo. I cannot tell you how many cards I receive from distant relatives that do not send photos. I really wish they did. I have not seen some of them in years and would love to see what their kids look like or how they have grown up. I even have family members who I have not seen since our wedding in 1999. Wish I could remember those faces.....
2. Personalize those cards with your handwriting. Nothing says "hey I am just sending this card to you because I have to like a pre-printed, business-like Christmas card. While I don't see many of those anymore, I know they exist. It's just too easy to not write anything in a card. I've even received some blank cards in the mail LOL. Thank goodness for cute return address labels, right?
3. Get some cool shots for your Christmas cards throughout the year. Christmas cards do not have to have pictures of everyone in front of the tree. You can send everyone a shot from your trip to the beach this past summer and that's ok. Sending Christmas cards after your tree is up is way too late in my opinion!
4. Don't worry if the perfect shot isn't achieved! I used to stress over the way my little one looked in her photos each year. It doesn't matter. Really. Everyone will see how cute she is no matter what pose she has or face she is making. Do something silly & your photo will be remembered :)
5. Take your own photos. I remember our daughter's first Christmas. I had all the pressures on a new mom which included getting a fancy photo done at the local photo boutique. That fancy photo package came with all the trimmings - including the credit card statement after Christmas. It was so overpriced. I found that my own photos were more fun to take and way less expensive. I may not be a professional photographer but I am not bad either. Each year the shots get better.
You can also visit PurpleTrail.com for an amazing assortment of Holiday cards just waiting for you to personalize them.
It is so easy to upload your photos, design a beautiful card and have this item checked off your Holiday checklist immediately.
Here are a few of their personalized, Holiday cards that I'm considering....
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