Friday, January 3, 2014

Ninja Professional Giveaway Jan 2014

I've posted in the past about how great my small green ninja was, but what is being given away in this post is even better... The Ninja PROFESSIONAl blender! Read below and learn more about the sponsor of this event and try your hand in winning this great prize (don't try your hand IN the blender :)!)

I was not compensated for this post - I just love to see my friends and fans win prizes! Thus, I am not responsible for the giveaway prize or shipping mishaps but of course I do my best to assist you if anything happens!

For those who love quality and a high speed for blending, the Ninja™ blender is a must have kitchen appliance

A few great things about the Ninja blender:
  • No hassle 
  • 3 functions of speeds so you can blend different items just the way you like. 
  • Dimensions: 17"H x 9 1/4"W x 14"L -72-oz. pitcher with lock-in lid and flip-up pour spout -6-blade technology  
  • 1000 watts  
  • Plastic/glass is ETL listed  and dishwasher safe  
BrylaneHome offers amazing and affordable appliances at great prices, including toaster ovens and deep fryers!

Why Buy?

This high quality appliance is built to make your time in the kitchen as efficient as possible. You won't have to spend ages blending anything and it even looks great on your counter top.

I love my Ninja Professional Blender. It really does a crazy awesome job. It certainly doesn't take long for the goodies inside to be blended or however you want them. You can really fill the blender and know the top is going to be just as blended as the bottom of the blender. I also love how easy it is to clean. Really a great kitchen necessity that you can find use for in many ways other then mixing a shake or smoothie.

Open to US Residents only. 18+ or older. The giveaways ends January 20th at Midnight EST.

Winner will be featured on It's Peachy Keen. So be sure to be a follower.

Sponsored by BrylaneHome  
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Good luck!

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Need VPN? Check out StrongVPN

For the past half year plus I've needed VPN to access a few things while abroad, as well as to keep some things I do less traceable. They allow you to change IP addresses if necessary and you can have an IP address from a country different from the one you currently are in.

What is VPN?

VPN is a virtual private network. It allows to have a different IP address. The privacy it offers gives some additional security if you're logged in from say a library or coffee shop that offers free internet.

Who do I use for VPN?

I've had great support from StrongVPN. They are quick to assist and both times I"ve had questions, the tech support person on their website has helped me within a minute.

Quick. Easy. Without issues.

Isn't that what you need from a VPN service? No issues, great service and a decent price.

Question? What do you need VPN for? Do you currently use it?

Monday, December 30, 2013

How to make money couponing

Many people discuss "money making" items when shopping. This refers to items that generally have additional benefits "store cash" that equates to more than the cost of the item.

So how do you make money couponing?

There are a few ways to make money couponing.

1) The first is when you get money back or money toward a future purchase when you buy an item.
  • This only MAKES you money if the amount is more than the cost you pay for the item. Otherwise, you're just getting incentive to return and spend MORE money.

2) The second way to make money couponing is to buy things that are deeply discounted (but not free) and then resell them.
  • Deodorant, diabetes readers, and other items that have a bit of a shelf life have a resale value (albeit small) on swap sites and such. So if you get toothbrushes for $.25 and have enough coupons to make a "lot" of them, then you can later sell them for $1 for 3 new toothbrushes (show the retail price) so you don't make much but you can make some money. 
  • This is really nice with "free" items. So when you have a coupon for $2 off 2 deodorants and the current sale price is $1, the item is really "free" to you. If you sell it online for $1 for the two, you made a buck :) 

3) The third way to make money with coupons is when a coupon is doubled on an item that is less than $1 (most places only double coupons up to $1) and the store will apply the excess to another item, bringing down your total bill.
  • Not all stores do this but many do. Often you can do price comparison, and if the second store honors the price you can save more money. 
Do you coupon? What are your couponing rules?