Hey Readers. It's another weekend which means time for more Free Kindle Books and other great ways to save on other crunchola deals.
And isn't the weather nutso? It's freezing cold here, which is to be expected, but I heard last night on the radio that it was snowing in Dallax, TX (and that the city was in a standstill because of it), and that it was almost balmy in Alaska.
Anyhoo–here are the deals, including one that everyone always waits for—-
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FREE Shipping at Tropical Traditions
Through midnight 1/27/14 you can get FREE SHIPPING for all domestic ground shipping.
Just use CODE 142411 to get this great special.
Plus, you can get BOGO on TT's Organic Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil. It Retails: $50.00 (for 2) but is on sale for $19.95 for 2 16 oz containers through 1/26.14.
New to Tropical Traditions? You’ll get a free book containing great info about coconut oil as well as a bunch of great recipes.
10% off ReallyGreat Almonds
Just Almonds has great almonds and almond flour.
We've been buying from them for quite awhile now, and we've been very happy with their quality and service.
Seriously happy, actually. Their almonds are sooo sweet (we get the non pareil variety) and they don't have any Engine Fuel on them. Yippee, huh?
They aren't organic, but I can't buy organic everything. I do the best I can.
My tip to you: Stop eating engine fuel and get Just Almonds almonds instead. The FDA says that the engine fuel is all gone, but I don’t care. I’m not buying PPO covered almonds. No thank you very much. These taste better anyways. I can’t believe how much better they taste than the grocery store almonds. I wonder if it's the almond quality or if engine fuel just tastes bad ;).
Get 10% off Superbly Sweet Almonds (and almond flour…) with CODE WNM– at Just Almonds.
Free Kindle Books
I just posted about Positive Thinking on my Facebook page. I think it's a big problem. Well, it is for me. I had a pretty rough childhood and it's hard to stop the negative tapes. There's more to it than that but I think almost anyone could use help in this arena. I didn't read this whole book so I don't know what the recommendations are all about but hopefully it's good.
Wow. Homemade Potato Chips. We're talking BBQ Chips, Dill, and Sour Cream. Yummo. My sons would be thrilled for me to make these for them. And they'd be great made from sweet potatoes!
These recipes are seriously yummy looking. Make them with rice wrappers if you are gluten-free, or just eat the tasty insides :).
We've been thinking about getting worms to help with our gardening escapades, but haven't done it yet. Could be a fun new thing this year.
Financial Fitness. We all need it. We're really working on managing our money so we can do more good with our money.
Very tasty-looking paleo recipes. Yum.
The following are books from a Christian perspective, though some of them might appeal to others.
Josh McDowell is a very compelling thinker. I would recommend this to anyone of any faith.
David Platt is a refreshing pastor. He challenges the status quo and really gets to the heart of what “following Jesus” means.
Stormie Omartian is a very motivational writer and really “gets it” when it comes to prayer. I can't say I know if I agree with her completely about everything, but I'm pretty sure I'm “on board” with most of her stuff.
That's all readers—
I hope you all have a great weekend, that you can–
think more positively, live more healthily, and save money while you are doing it.
See you all next week!