Friday, March 28, 2014

Vistaprint - $5.99 T-shirt + New Customers Receive Free Shipping

Just in time for the warmer weather coming our way, Vistaprint is offering a $5.99 t-shirt offer! Plus, if you’re a new customer, you can also receive free shipping on these custom t-shirts—for one week only!

It’s that time of year where we can all start taking out our spring and summer clothes. Now, you can celebrate the warmer weather in a personalized t-shirt at a low price! Whether you’re outfitting your family, a spring or summer team, or hunting for that perfect gift to go into an Easter basket, Vistaprint’s t-shirt designs can brighten up your occasion. You can choose to upload your own photos (perfect for birthdays, Mother’s Day gifts, or family reunions), your own logos, or your own personalized text to pre-made templates. If you’re not satisfied with your design or the fit, Vistaprint offers 100% satisfaction guarantee—so there’s no risk involved in searching for that thoughtful gift.

These t-shirts are usually $10, so hurry and save before this deal ends on +Tuesday—and, if you’re a new customer, you’ll definitely want to take advantage of the free shipping part of this offer, which ends soon! Just enter the promo code MYSHIRT at checkout to save on Vistaprint t-shirts. This offer is not combinable with other promotions, including cash back programs.

Vistaprint - 10 Free Invitations -Hurry Ends Today!

If you’re new to Vistaprint, you’ll want to take advantage of this 10 free invitations and announcements offer, which ends Friday! These customizable invitations are usually priced at 10 for $10.00, so, this week only, you can really save for an upcoming event. 

With spring coming quick, the timing is perfect. You’ll find plenty of designs for weddings, graduations, birthdays, birth announcements and more. Whether you’re looking for something bold, traditional, whimsical, vintage, natural or anything else, they’ve got it. Plus, Vistaprint offers lots of easy ways to create an invite or announcement that’s totally you. Upload photos, add a personal message, and customize fonts and colors. It’s so simple. So send something special and show your guests this will be a celebration like no other. And with the money you’re saving, you can feel good about inviting a few more. 

Make sure to check out Vistaprint before Friday, when this offer ends. Just enter promo code TRY10 at checkout to score these 10 free invitations and announcements and remember, this offer is not combinable with other promotions, including cash back programs.

A Bunch of Nice Toy Coupons ! New 3/28!!


Thursday, March 27, 2014

Dr. Seuss' Birthday - Free Gift This Week Only

No American writer has had as great an impact on children's literature as Dr. Seuss. His imaginative characters, vivid illustrations, and catchy rhymes are instantly recognizable to anyone who grew up reading his stories. Create a personal library of children’s books by joining Dr. Seuss & His Friends book club. 

Great Deal for only $5.95! Includes: - The Cat in the Hat, Mr. Brown Can Moo, Ten Apples On Top, Go Dog Go! & The Tooth Book - FREE Dr. Seuss Parent Guide - Free Shipping 

Why join Dr. Seuss & His Friends book club?

Receive 3 new books each month.
Create lasting memories with the same classic stories you loved as a child.
Wacky and wonderful characters will engage and entertain your child. 

Conveniently control your membership online.
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• No purchase commitment
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Better Homes and Gardens Magazine--$.50 Per Issue Plus a Free Gift!

Get Better Homes and Gardens Magazine for as low as $.50 per issue! You're sure to find ideas and tips more valuable than that in each copy. 

Makes a great holiday gift for a friend or relative! 

And when you subscribe, you'll receive Better Homes and Gardens' All-Time Favorites Cookbook ABSOLUTELY FREE!

Here Is A Ton of NEW COUPONS for Pets and Snacks Galore!! 3/27

Monday, March 24, 2014

Our #DisneySide Party

There are some things that just never change, and being a Disney fan is one of them. Disney has been a staple in my life since childhood, and is a love that I could pass down to my children. They have grown up watching some of the movies I watched as a child, and now they have their own hits to watch too. When we had the chance to host a #DisneySide party, we knew it was a perfect fit.

We grabbed a bunch of fun items to use as prizes including puzzles, activity books, washcloths, water bottles and a ton more. My daughter and I even made some cute wands for the girls to practice being princesses. 

We tried to stick with the Disney theme as much as we could for the food. We made 2 kinds of cupcakes, each one stuffed with a delicious cake ball,  and topped with Oreo's for cute Mickey Mouse heads.

As part of the #DisneySide party pack , we were sent Mickey Mouse plates, cups, tablecloth and napkins. We grabbed some Disney fruit snacks and other goodies too. 

 With so many little hands, I wanted to avoid touching food as much as possible, so we used toothpicks inserted into Mickey head shaped cheese, carrots, apples and celery for snacks.

I made some character sandwiches too. We had peanut butter and jelly in three flavors and peanut butter and honey too. These were made into Winnie the Pooh, Eeyore and Piglet shapes using cookie cutters. We also made star shaped tuna sandwiches for those who don't like pb&j. 

The kids loved the Disney Winnie the Pooh honey we used so much, one of them asked to take some home.

Doritos, cookies and other foods completed the food.

The kids had a blast making #RunDisney posters for their favorite sports figures.  

I made a poster board craft so they could play "Pin the Eye on Mike"

 I also had balloons with prize numbers in them and the kids had a balloon bust. Each time they busted a balloon with the darts, they won a prize. We did this outside to avoid any broken objects from the darts.

They all made their own Disney shirts too. This was one of the favorite parts and included such a variety of characters. 

All in all it was a fun day. The kids all got to go home with several prizes and treats, and everyone had a blast. The only thing I would have done differently was to make the party longer. Parents were showing up and guests were leaving while we still had games to play. It was such a busy time, 4 hours wasn't enough time to enjoy it all!

Friday, March 21, 2014

Have You Tried Durex RealFeel Condoms?

I have been married for over 6 years and have my tubes tied, so I don't normally have a big use for condoms. That said, even though I don't use them all the time, I do use them from time to time. We try to keep it interesting, and using a condom can add a little flair sometimes. When I saw the chance to try the Durex RealFeel Non -Latex condoms through Crowdtap, I thought we would give them a try.

I noticed the feel of these as soon as I opened it. The condom felt soft and sort of silky feeling. My husband had no issues getting it on, and I thought it felt great once he was fully sheathed. I noticed the feel of these when using them too. For me, it was a soft and silky pleasure, with no issues at all. My husband did not seem as fond of it as I was, however, and took it off after 10 minutes or so. He didn't have any specific outright complaints, but he wasn't raving about it either.

Personally, I would use these again. I liked that they feel soft instead of rubbery, and they are easy to slide on without a lot of stretching or breaking. I enjoyed the sensation and would buy these if I were in need of them. I would suggest giving them a try and seeing how they work for you!

*I was provided with sample items to assist in my review. No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own. 

eBay Curate for a Cause

What were you born to be? Were you born to introduce new fashion to the world? Prepare extraordinary cuisine? Create an eBay collection using #ImBornTo in the name of the collection for a chance to WIN a $5,000 eBay shopping spree! Sweepstakes ends March 31, 2014.
Together with March of Dimes, we celebrate the potential in all. We believe everyone is born to be something great. Help eBay reach their goal of raising $25,000 for March of Dimes this month by creating 25,000 eBay collections.

For each Collection you create during the month of March, eBay will donate $1.00 to the March of Dimes® (up to $25,000 to be donated in total). The maximum dollar amount that will be donated by eBay through this Sweepstakes is $25,000.

Examples of collection titles:
#imbornto play in the big leagues
#imbornto be a mom
#imbornto be a race car driver
#imbornto feed the world my cuisine
#imbornto be a farmer of organic food
#imbornto be a vegetarian
#imbornto be a home designer#ImBornTo be a fashion designer#ImBornTo drive classic cars
#ImBornTo photograph memories.
To qualify for the $5,000 eBay shopping spree, each collection you create must:
  • Include at least 6 products in your collection.
  • Begin your collection title with #ImBornTo

How to participate and enter the sweepstakes:Go to, sign on to eBay with your eBay User ID and password and click "Get Started". Once you have successfully registered for the Sweepstakes, you will receive one (1) entry in the Sweepstakes each time you create a Collection during the Promotion Period.
A Collection consists of six (6) or more eBay products and the title must start with with the hashtag #ImBornTo. Each Collection you create must be unique in order for the Collection to be eligible an as entry.
Online sweepstakes entries must be received by 11:59:59 PM PT on March 31, 2014 in order to be eligible.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

DAYBOX Weekly Pill Organizer

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I have so any medications to take every day, I finally had to try a pill organizer. I kept forgetting doses, or not knowing if I had taken one dose or another. While that might not be a big deal for some medicines, with things like the blood pressure pills I take, forgetting can be a big issue. When I was sent the DAYBOX by Sabi to review, I hoped it would help me keep better track of my prescription doses. 

The first thing I noticed when I received it was the bold printed abbreviations along the front of each days box. This makes it easy to keep track of each days usage and coordinates with the snug-fitting pee;-back rubber lids that feature sun and moon designs to signify morning, day and evening doses. 

Inside each box offers plenty of room for all of your medications too. I put up to 5 different pills in each box and had room for twice that many. This was a comfort knowing I wouldn't have anything that didn't fit, so no preventing easy tracking.

The 8 interlocking compartments can be taken apart too. Yes, I said 8. There are 7 daily compartments and an extra one I use for travel or weekly doses. This is perfect for storing in a purse or glove compartment, or just to make transporting easy. I like this for diaper bags too. If baby is sick you can store their doses for babysitters or child care providers, making sure they get the right medicines when they need them. 

You can follow Sabi and stay up to date on their products at-

Twitter: @sabi_brand

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

My Latest Surgery

I had me newest foot surgery about 2 weeks ago. So far it hasn't been to bad and I am trying to follow all the rules to help it heal better. This means no walking at all, and basically not getting out of bed except to use the restroom or take a shower.

 A few days after surgery, my foot was swollen so bad it was going numb in the wrappings. I called the doctor and was told to remove the outer bandage and cut down all the cotton bandaging to relieve some of the pressure.

When I cut into it, I found blisters on my foot. My inner bandages were all gross and needed changing, so I did that, applied bandages and cream to the blisters, and wrapped it all back up.

Hopefully it all heals normally and quickly!

CRUSH Minimal Effort Pill Crusher

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Taking medications can be a big pain, especially when the patient can't or won't swallow a pill. This is often a problem for kids or pets who just can't handle those big pills. In cases like this, you know it has to be done, and want it to be as easy as possible.

The CRUSH minimal Effort Pill Crusher allows you to  solve the big ill issue in a flash. All I had to do was place the pill in the crush chamber, put on the top and twist. I was expecting to need to do multiple twists to make it work, and was surprised when it stopped after less than a turn. I removed the lid to find the pill nicely crushed. The results were perfect for adding to juice or pet food to make taking medications a snap.

 My favorite part of this crusher is that it features a pill holder in the top. I was able to keep the pills I needed right there inside of it. All I had to do was peel off the lid for access in seconds. This is great for on the go needs or to save on space where you keep your crusher. It makes keeping track easier too. If you need 3 a day, put that many in the top each day, and you will always know if you missed a dose.

This lightweight, BPA free crusher retails for $9.99
You can follow Sabi to stay up to date on all their products at-

Twitter: @sabi_brand

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Friday, March 14, 2014

Tips to Help You Transition to a New City

Moving to a new location can be intimidating and scary. In addition to learning your way around the city, you have to also learn the ins and outs of each neighborhood to figure out which are the safest to live in. This can be quite a challenge if you aren’t familiar with the city. In order to find the best spot to live, it is helpful to drive around and familiarize yourself with the area before your actual move date so you can get a feel for what will work best for you.

The process of moving-- from start to finish-- can be tough. To make it easier, keep these simple tips in mind to make the move and experience a smooth, easy, and valuable one.

       Where will you live? Figuring out the best neighborhoods to live in takes more than an internet search and phone call. You want to physically see the areas and places you are considering so that you can get a real opinion. If you find a place you like, look around the area to make sure that the neighborhood is safe enough and that you will be comfortable.
       Make yourself feel secure. Because you are unfamiliar with your surroundings, it is a good idea to make sure that your new place is safe and secure. Set up a good alarm system and get a hold of your local provider to set up a response system (for example, in Houston, you would want to find  Houston adt to setup an alarm system).
       Scope out a routine. Know where certain places are before you move. Locate your work, your house, the store, the post office, gym, or anything that you know you will be on a regular basis. Once you establish the basic necessities, you will have a better time getting out exploring and learning the different spots in the city.
       Put yourself out there. As uncomfortable as it might be, you cannot be afraid to go out and leave your comfort zone. Making the effort to introduce yourself to someone new or to ask questions about the city will go a long way. It will seem uncomfortable at first, but the more you put yourself out there, the quicker you will grow into your new locations.
       Get involved. A great way to meet people after you are all settled in is to join different groups and get involved in your community. The more you can participate in and involve yourself in, the quicker you can fit in and make new friends.

As you make the move from one place to another, there will be challenges and obstacles to overcome. It is never an easy transition to remove yourself from something comfortable and “known.” In times of uncertainty, it is easy to run and hide to avoid discomfort, but doing that will never allow you to acclimate yourself to a new city and meet new people. In order to make the transition as smooth as possible, take it all one step at a time and be cautious of anything that might put you in danger. When all is said and done, you have the chance to make a new start and the potential for some great opportunities. 
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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Free Belly Button Band - Great Gift Idea!

No more maternity pants! Belly Button Band products button into your pre-pregnancy pants to adjust to your expanding belly and keep them secure. Wear your favorite jeans all throughout your pregnancy and for the in-between sizes after pregnancy with Belly Button Band!

We want to give you a promo code for 2 FREE Belly Button Bands or 1 FREE Belly Button Body ($40 Value) today! 

Click "Shop Now" and select your two favorite Belly Button Bands or your favorite Belly Button Body Band.

Enter the promo code "ENBABY" and 100% of your product purchase ($40 Value) will be deducted! - all you pay are the SP&S fees!

More New Coupons 3/11/14

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Thursday, March 6, 2014

$100 Visa Gift Card Giveaway

With Spring fast approaching, I have been working hard to get everything cleaned and separated for warm weather. I have sorted, stacked, scrubbed and organized  hundreds of things that I want to keep, donate or sell. As I go, I try to find the perfect place to put everything, but I keep needing more and more plastic containers. I use plastic containers to store craft and art supplies, toys, baking tools and many other things. With so many different styles and sizes, I always have a need for more. Imagine the containers I could get if I won this gift card giveaway!

Prize $100 Visa Gift Card 
US & CA 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

2 Monsters and A Princess is not responsible for prize fulfillment.