- CLIF Kid twisted fruit ropes (pack of 9 at $19.99)
- Boxes of Raisins (pack of 4 at $12.98)
- Whole Foods pressed organic fruit leather
- Annie's organic bunny fruit snacks (pack of 4 at $15.44)
- Nature's Path Envirokidz Organic Crispy Rice Snacks (pack of 6 at $18.46)
- Bag of peanuts (pack of 144 at $38.89)
- Organic snack pack of peanut butter and crackers (pack of 4 at $19.90)
Friday, October 29, 2010
Thursday, October 28, 2010
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
In early October of 2010, HUD started an Emergency Homeowner Loan Program in 32 states. The goal is to hand out up to $50,000 declining balance, deferred payment, nonrecourse, and zeor interest loans to each needy family. Of course, not all families are eligible. As you can expect, there are many restrictions, some of the key ones include:
a. Income eligibility: not higher than 120% of area median income
b. Primary residence
c. Lost of income at least 15%
d. Able to recover lost income in 2 years
e. Expense to income ratio limit
Check out http://www.hud.com/ to find more details. Congratulates if you fit the profile!
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Yes, these are old phones, but they are all smartphones each has its own fans. Free is a pretty good deal, who can beat that?
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
www.1stdibs.com (if you like to spend money on exotic foreign accent furnitures, this is the one)
www.lumas.com (you don't have to go to art galleries, here is one you can browse anytime)
www.rubyland.com (a collectible fanatic's heaven)
www.beehiveco-op.com (a collection from some of the most famous artists)
www.formerfurniture.com (buy or sell, modern and antique)
www.etsy.com (handmade stuff from hundreds of thousands small mom pop shops)
www.casasugar.com (this should be your first visit each day, cheap but elequent)
www.remodelista.com (artful design, step by step instructions)
www.shopgoodwill.com (cheap but beautiful)
sohaute.typepad.com (design ideas from a designer)
Monday, October 18, 2010
Its annual price is $9.99, will jump to $14 from Jan 1, 2011. So grab it fast!
Amazon.com is offering a brand new HTC EVO 4G for only $99 to new customers who sign up a 2-year contract with Sprint. This offer comes with free 2-day shipping, free activation (until Oct 18), and no tax. This is definitely the best smartphone offer in the marketplace today!
Sunday, October 17, 2010
There are many ways to rent textbooks online, here is a partial list:
1. www.Rent-a-text.com, it partners with over 800 universities to provide rental textbooks at half of purchase prices. Students can also book online and pick up at local bookstores.
2. www.Chegg.com is another website well known for its rental textbooks.
3. Some less known websites include: www.BookRenter.com, www.CampusBookRentals.com, www.ECampus.com, www.Textbookrentals.com, www.Collegebookrenter.com
1. www.Campusbooks.com allows one to do comparison shopping to find the best deals online
2. www.BigWords.com is another online comparison book shopping site
Buy Second Hand Books
Use Online Coupons
The following websites provide coupon codes for different publishers:
Nobody wants to spend $100 or more for a textbook, use it for a semester, then sell back for only $12 or less. The following is a collection of ways to beat the expensive Textbook system:
Use Free eTextbooks
Nothing can beat free, the following list includes some of the most popular sources of textbooks:
1. Check www.books.google.com which includes many eTextbooks
2. Check Project Gutenberg www.gutenberg.org which includes many books with expired copy rights
3. Access Open Source Textbooks from www.flatworldknowledge.com
4. Download from www.ManyBooks.net to your Kindle or iPhone
Buy Cheaper eTextbooks
1. eBooks cost you half or print versions. Buy a Kindle for only $139 or iPad for $573, then enjoy eTextbooks from their libraries.
2. Check out www.CourseSmart.com which includes many eBooks that you can draw underlines, take notes, or print out to read (max 10 page per print).
Thursday, October 14, 2010
How good is the T-mo HTC G2? Let's compare it with Sprint's Epic 4G. We can see many similarities, as well as a few differences aside from them being two different manufacturers and carriers.
Download speeds are essentially the same, which was to be expected. Both smartphones have all the features you’d expect for an Android smartphone, but below we’ll highlight what you usually don’t see in feature spec details…processor speed tests and their results.
The tests were performed by apps from the Android Market. Those apps are;
- Speed Pi – installed on both phones to calculate the speed the phone can calculate the value of Pi to 1 million digits
- Quadrant – more granular benchmark tests including 2D and 3D video and CPU clocking.
Best of all, G2 normally costs $199 at almost anywhere, but Amazon currently offers it for only $99 with FREE shipping.