I’ve had one of the busiest week’s of my entire life dealing with perhaps one of the biggest challenge that I have ever had to face.
I can’t share why now, but I will in the hopefully near future.
Stay tuned for the “interesting” details :).
I hope this finds you all well and not having too many “interesting big challenges” :).
This week there’s a really fabulous summit (sorry I’m getting this out to you late) and a few other deals including a HUGE list of Free Kindle Books.
Enjoy the savings and hopefully things will be a little less interesting next week so I can be in touch a little more. But I suspect it’s going to be a few more weeks of “fun”.
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Just in case you missed it….$1300+ giveaway of 2 things I REALLY would like to win.
There are fires burning like crazy in Washington State right now.
You never know what you will need and when you will need it.
I don’t want fear to run my life, but being prepared is a good thing.
And you can enter to win these fantastic Emergency Water Storage System and HERC Emergency Ovens.
Seriously – I thought EZ Bake Ovens were fun, but they didn’t do enough for me as a kid. I quickly moved up to real life baking.
But now you could have your very own “grown up version” of the EZ Bake.
And it uses tea light candles instead of lightbulbs.
Cook anything. Anywhere with this oven. Enter to win here.
There will be 4 LUCKY winners of these fabulous prizes so don’t miss out!
HUGE Coconut Oil Sale at Tropical Traditions
Also, you can get 50% off Gold Label gallon buckets. This is high quality coconut oil (read my Tropical Traditions review here).
I keep gallon sizes of coconut oil in my pantry all the time. Coconut oil has a long shelf life so really a 1 gallon size isn’t that much to purchase.
Right now, get 2 gallons of this top-notch coconut oil for $99.
Just $49.50 per gallon!
And they have some other great sales too – just click on the SALES link in the upper right corner of their site.
Some of their grass-fed beef is 50% off and their green drink is 35% off. (Speaking of which I have a great green drink for sale in my store – at a HUGE discount.)
These 5 gallon buckets retail for $370, but you can get the for $185 through July 13th. That’s just $37/gallon for top notch coconut oil.
New to Tropical Traditions? You’ll get a free book with great info about coconut oil as well as a load of great recipes with your first order :).
YUMMY Clean Almonds – 10% off
I’ve been a happy Just Almonds customer for a long time.
They are great sponsors and they have great almonds that are super sweet. MUCH better than the grocery store almonds.
Once I found out that the government is putting Engine Fuel on Almonds (ummmm…you should read that post if you haven’t already. It wasn’t really a smart decision for the gov’t to do that. Sigh. And they think they can run more and more things every day. I digress.) I went on the hunt for almonds that don’t have fuel on them — because who wants to eat fuel?
Not me and not my family,
Their Non Pareils are super sweet. Get 10% off your order with code WNM.
Free Kindle Books
As always, these books are free at the time of posting, but the prices could change at any time.
And there’s no need to buy a Kindle to be able to read these books (one less thing to have in your home, eh :)?)
Just download Kindle for PC or Mac here and read your books comfortably on your own computer. Nice.
I have had a few requests for making essential oils blends since I posted my Homemade Antibacterial Blend recipe.
Well – here you go :)!
My husband had a speed reading course that he took years ago. It had some crazy CD of music you were supposed to listen to while reading. One of his friends said that when he heard the music he imagined my husband dancing in a disco-type room in a brightly-colored shirt.
Glad this one doesn’t come with a CD :).
That’s all for now – see you all next week, hopefully!