Deck The Halls Giveaway Hop

Emily’s Frugal Tips has teamed up with a group of wonderful bloggers to bring you the Deck The Halls Blog Hop Giveaway! There’s 19 blogs involved and we all have our own giveaways on our blogs. Make sure to visit each of blogs listed below the rafflecopter. Now for a sponsor highlight. Here are the sponsors that are participating in my giveaway. … [Read more...]

Walgreens to end Pilot program in January!

 This is the email that I received a few days ago regarding the Walgreens Pilot Program. Vancouver, WA members are a part of this pilot program as are some other states. If you are one of the members who are stuck with this program I have great news for you. Read below for more information! I am so thrilled to know that this program will end. I … [Read more...]

Peeled Snacks Review

> I was approached by Peeled Snacks to do a product review recently. I’ve seen this product inside Starbucks but have never tried it. Normally when I buy at Starbucks it’s a Pumpkin Spiced Latte and that’s about it. Anyways, I gladly accepted the opportunity to review Peeled Snacks because I noticed they are Gluten free. I’ve been trying to … [Read more...]

Jamba Juice Review and Giveaway!

I recently had the chance to try Jamba Juice bagged smoothie. My kids have been begging me to try this but I’m not much of a smoothie liker so I avoided buying it. I finally cracked and decided to try 4 flavors; Mango a-go-go, Strawberries Wild, Razzmatazz, and Caribbean Passion. The smoothie directions say to add apple juice to the contents and … [Read more...]

Book Review: Gabe’s Triumph by PM Smith #Gabe’s Triumph

  I just finished reading Gabe’s Triumph by PM Smith, and all I can say is what a great book this is! What an absolutely fantastic author. According to Granny Apple Publishing, this is PM Smith’s very first book. I would say the author has a fantastic future ahead of her. About the book: Gabe’s Triumph is set in early 20thcentury rural … [Read more...]

Book Review: Recovering The Self: A Journal of Hope and Healing #Recovering

  I recently read Recovering The Self: A Journal of Hope and Healing (October 2011, Vol III). This is a journal that comes out once a month. Octobers issue theme is parenting. I have to say that as a parent this issue is pretty good. It has a lot of useful information for all age groups of children, and did not seem different from any other … [Read more...]

Product Review for It Works by Rebecca Layns #ItWork’s

  I recently had the chance to review products from the It Works line. The following products are the items that I reviewed: Facial Applicator, Chin & Neck Applicator, Ultimate Body Applicator, Advanced Formula Fat Fighter with Carb Inhibitors, Ultimate ThermoFit, and Regular.  Facial Applicator: This is a mask with lotion on one … [Read more...]

Review of Climb On Skin Care Products

I'm always looking for new skin care products that are all natural and won't break my skin out worse than it already is. Climb On Skin Care is a product that works on very dry skin or hard to moisturize areas such as the feet, sides of your ankles, ball of the bottom of your foot, elbows and knees. According to Climb On, their products can … [Read more...]

Great Work at Home Tips

Options For Working From Home There are so many people out there who believe you can't really work from home, but in reality there is all kinds of home-based work available. Some are just good for extra cash but others supply an income that would be comparable to a job outside the home, minus the cost of commuting, lunches out, and all those … [Read more...]

Review of Oliver’s Labels

First off I want to say that I rarely post a negative review and do everything I can do to work with a company before doing so. I want my readers and the companies I work with or will work with in the future to know that the products I review are things that I would normally use or things that I am interested in. I am sad that I have to post this … [Read more...]

Book Reviews: Frontier Preacher & Frontier At Three Rivers by Sam Hossler

> UPDATE: BLACK FRIDAY & CYBER MONDAY SALE!  Sam is offering his two books Frontier Preacher & Frontier at Three Rivers for $15 shipped! To order the books do NOT go onto amazon. Instead go to his website below and make sure to use paypal www.samhossler.com   I was recently asked by Granny Apple Publishing to review Frontier … [Read more...]

An Author Highlight: Sam Hossler

  Emily: I enjoyed reading Frontier Preacher and Frontier At Three Rivers. For someone like me, who enjoys history but doesn’t like reading textbooks, your books are a treat! You really know how to tell a story. I felt like your books came alive right in my hands:)    Sam: I am really happy you liked my books, Frontier Preacher and … [Read more...]

Congratulation Veterans Cash Winners!!

Congratulations to our lucky Veterans Day $1,111 Cash Giveaway Winners We had such an awesome turnout and I am especially pleased at how well this giveaway went. I'm happy that one lucky winner will walk away with $1,111! I know a lot of people are in need this year, and we hope that this money helps the winner!  Grand Prize Winner of the $1,111 … [Read more...]

Snikiddy Snacks Review!

>   Recently I reviewed Snikiddy Snacks. I chose to review Mac n’ Cheese Puffs and also their Grilled Cheese Puffs. Both products were fresh and my kids loved eating them for an after school snack. As a mother it is important to me that I feed my children snacks that are healthy. I felt confident in feeding my children Snikiddy snacks … [Read more...]

eSigns Product Review

  I was requested by eSigns to review their product. eSigns is a business that designs business banners. They use state of the art technology to print quality images printed onto 13 oz gloss vinyl for both outdoor and indoor purposes. They also guarantee their work, and provide free shipping on orders that meet a certain threshold. … [Read more...]

Why Stockpiling is Important to Your Frugal Lifestyle

I read comments all the time about how a stock pile is thought of as hoarding. I often read comments on social media stating things like who needs 20 things of toothpaste or 15 boxes of cereal. Why stock pile at all?  Well here’s a pretty good reason.    Since 2007 I have worked for an online media company as one of their writers, and in … [Read more...]