Do you shop at Amazon? Do you have an American Express card that earns Membership Rewards points? Great news! Amazon now accepts AmEx Membership Rewards points as payment (for most items).
Isn’t grocery shopping a huge time suck?
You pack the family in the car, go to the grocer and deal with the kids running around, stand on line, then drive back to unload groceries. If you’re like me, odds are this is done on the weekend which is the closest you have to free time.
What’s the alternative? Peapod.
Check out more in our Peapod review below.
Peapod is an online service (through Stop & Shop) that all allows you to shop online for your groceries. They put together your order and deliver it to you. Simple and efficient.
Here are the basics of Peapod grocery shopping…
Maybe you’ve seen some ads on the web. Perhaps you heard about it on the local news. I don’t know about you but I’ve been hearing about Groupon everywhere!
So what is this Groupon all about?!?
Groupon (group+coupon) is a site that offers up a daily deal on some of the best attractions, eateries, and shops in your area (well, in lots of areas so far).
Have you heard of Groupon? Basically they are a deal site which offers new deals every day in various cities across the country. In order to get the deal, enough people need to sign up for it. Well today Groupon is offering up a national deal with the GAP. It’s actually a pretty good bargain. Here it is:
Customers can get $50 worth of items at the GAP for only $25!! This includes sale items as well. That’s stretching your shopping dollar twice as far!!
Sadly, BillShrink shut down their services on July 31,2013.
Do you wonder if your TV provider (Cable, Satellite, Fiber-Optic) is giving you the best deal possible?
In a previous article I talked about small steps to eat healthier.
Well, a study is out showing a possible link between certain pesticides and ADHD. The survey studied over 1,100 children between the ages of 8 and 15. Interviews with the parents determined which children had ADHD.
The findings then found that for those kids with the most frequent pesticide found in their urine samples, 20% had ADHD as opposed to 10% in kids with no trace amounts.