Verafill: While talking to my daughter the other night about about not giving up with things get tough, I thought of some of these examples. What would of happened if they would of given up for the first?
1. Walt Disney: Today Disney rakes in billions from merchandise, movies and theme parks around the world, but Walt Disney himself had a bit of a rough start. He was fired by a newspaper editor because, "he lacked imagination and had no good ideas." After that, Disney started a number of businesses that didn't last too long and ended with bankruptcy and failure. He kept plugging along, however, and eventually found a recipe for success that worked.
2. Oprah Winfrey: Most people know Oprah as one of the most iconic faces on TV as well as one of the richest and most successful women in the world. Oprah faced a hard road to get to ...
Lebron comes home. Great new SPRITE commercial
Lauren Hill, the heroic and inspirational college basketball player fighting for her life and the chance for One Last Game, has issued the first #Layup4Lauren challenge to raise awareness and money for The Cure Starts Now, a non-profit charity raising money to find a cure for DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma). Here are the first to be challenged: LeBron James, Spud Webb, the Dallas Mavericks, Becky Hammon, Zane White, Andrew Whitworth and Andy Dalton.
How many times have you said, “I need to make a Target Run”. I’ve even seen #TargetRun in Tweets! Shopping at Target is fun. Saving money at Target? Now, that's just a blast.
Also... Target announced recently that it would offer free shipping through December 20th,2014. This move puts Target neck-to-neck with Amazon, its largest online competitor for holiday shopping and online shopping in general.
1. Use Target Coupons
Be sure to check Target.com for coupons before you head to the store. You'll find coupons for groceries, clothing, housewares, office supplies and more, and these store coupons can be used in conjunction with manufacturer coupons and Cartwheel offers (more on that later) to create a really sweet deal.
2. Sign Up for the Mobile Coupon Program
Turn your cell phone into a source of savings by signing up for Target's mobile coupon program. A fresh batch of store coupons will be sent to ...
At a certain age, we might not be quite as enthusiastic about birthdays as we once were.
On the bright side, a lot of stores and restaurants will use your birthday as an opportunity to reward you if you have registered your email address or have a store loyalty card. Many restaurants will send you a coupon for a discount or a free appetizer or dessert. Did you know Starbucks will treat you to a freebie on your birthday when you register a gift card online or on their app. Panera loads a free treat onto your card. Here are some birthday freebies suggestions! REMEMBER.... For most of these you need to sign up for some kind of email club or special rewards program: And make sure to register your kids’ birthdays:–I get four discounts for Children’s Place throughout the year that way! Here is my list - I ...
What to Buy in Bulk
Today I want to flag some of my favorite items to buy in bulk, alongside the items to avoid. I have a full found-up of the best bulk deals today.
5 Worst Bulk Buys:
1. Soda: Why? Promotions can often be found at non-bulk stores and better deals often rotate toward the middle of month.
2. Condiments: Why? Unless you're a sharing these orders or splitting it among a huge household, they often expire before they can feasibly be consumed.
3. Beauty Products: Why? In most cases the shelf life is 6 months to one year and performance is greatly impacted upon expiration.
4. Generic Diapers - Walmart, Target, or Amazon are often cheaper!
5. Bleach – It degrades after 6 months, so no use stockpiling unless you need a ton at the moment.
5 Best Bulk buys:
2. All those paper products, plastic wear.
3. Gift ...