Around the WWW
- A brilliant blog all about plastic and how to eliminate it! I admit I disdain plastic yet still have a long way to go to cut down my consumption!
- Some very funny cakes on the site Cake Wrecks
- Get your free vegetarian starter kit from the PETA website
- Go here to get a free sample of Avery Label Pads
- Go here to sign up for the Pillsbury newsletter and receive $10 worth of coupons
- Free samples of Kashi cereal or grain bar [let it be said that I am exceptionally jealous, I fell in love with Kashi apple cinnamon oatmeal when I was in NYC but you simply can not get it in the UK. I miss Kashi!]
- Go here to get a free copy of Home Educating Family
- A huge amazing BA seat sale - seriously NYC for £299!!!!!!!
- The Co-op had an amazing deal of 12 toilet roll for £2.50 (regular £5.50+), not sure if it is still on but stock up if you can, similarly Poundland has a great deal of 6 toilet roll for £1, so actually 12 for £2 (when you think of what some of the other shops charge, this is a real bargain!)
- The Co-op currently has a good deal on HP Sauce (450 g) & Ketchup (700 g) little luxuries which are not always in my grocery budget, but when they are less than 50% of their normal cost, I might just make room
- Poundland has large Colgate toothpaste on sale for £0.69 (this toothpaste I’ve seen in grocery shops for £1.50+) I couldn’t find it on their website, but I found it in the store (and bought 4!)
- A free guide/site which tells you what food is currently in season
- Edited To Add: Homebase has an amazing deal on low energy lightbulbs 0.10 pence!!!! Plus they have small Ecover for 0.89p (I normally struggle to find it for less than £1.30!)
Canada, USA & UK
- Robeez has a 50% of sale on babies & children’s shoes (change the currency depending on your country). A friend of mine just stocked up on 5 sets as gifts for Christmas as she said “shopping done” lol. It looks like the sale changes depending on your country – in the UK it is 40%. The only problem with ordering online is you can’t tell where the shoes are made which, if you are trying to be an ethical consumer makes it a tad tough!