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Woman Freebies

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FabKids – 50% Off Your First FabKids Outfit

This deal won’t last forever, it’s a steal. Love it – stay in the FabKids club to get playfully styled outfits, year-round. Don’t love it – cancel anytime for any reason with absolutely no strings attached. No penalties. No problem. Try FabKids today.

Each month FabKids will suggest an outfit. These playfully styled outfits are only $29.95. It’s easy to accept the recommended outfit with a single click either via e-mail or on the site. You may also shop the collection to choose your own outfit, or simply skip the month. There is never an obligation to buy – you may “skip” as often as you’d like.

If you are not totally delighted with the FabKids experience you may cancel your membership at any time. No problem. We’re here to make shopping for your daughter fun, easy and affordable. Period.




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VSP Direct – Save on vision care


Get the best vision care pricing with VSP Direct. Average savings of $235 annually.

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World Market


Get 10% off at checkout with this code for Cost Plus World Market: SAVEBIG10

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New NOW Foods Coupon on CommonKindness

NOW Foods CommonKindness coupon

Save $1 with this great coupon from NOW Foods on any Living Now mix.


Vine Market Free Shipping


Get Free shipping when you buy $49 or more at VineMarket.com & 20% on your first order! Click here to shop


Mini French Macarons

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13 different flavors and a whole array of colors.

Click the image or here to buy yours for a great gift, visitors treat or to keep them all to yourself!


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Win a Ninja Blender and make amazing smoothies and more…

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Weetabix & USA Rugby

Weetabix not only has coupons on CommonKindness right now, they are also doing some great things with great teams and communities.

Did you know:

·         Weetabix is the official breakfast cereal of USA Rugby?
Very cool! They supply a big bunch of energy for these athletes and now you can benefit from the exact same product!

How does Weetabix give back?
·         Weetabix is the official breakfast cereal of USA Rugby and has partnered with the organization to help fuel Eagles beginning with the most important meal of the day, breakfast! All of its packaging is GreenChoice which means it’s 100% Recycled, Clean Energy, and Carbon Neutral.

When you print your CommonKindness coupon, you can also choose your favorite non-profit to benefit. These combined efforts can do wonderd!


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Weetabix Coupon on CommonKindness

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Save $1.00 on Weetabix Whole Grain Cereal. This is a great breakfast coupon available for you to print daily.

Click here to sign-in and get yours today.

Available at: Mollie Stones, Safeway, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Lucky, Target, King Soopers, Sprouts & many more.

See if its available at your store here.


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Friday Freebie

Save 100% when you buy any ONE (1) single roll of unscented Scott® 1000 Bath Tissue. Check back every Friday for a new Freebie!



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$2.00 off Little Swimmers

Enjoy a great $2.00 saving through Savings.com on Little Swimmers.

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Friday Freebie & more

Here is a great Friday Freebie form Savingstar.

Save 100% when you buy any ONE (1) 26 oz. container of Morton® Plain or Iodized Table Salt

Save 100% when you buy any ONE (1) 26 oz. container of Morton® Plain or Iodized Table Salt.


Save $3.00 when you spend $12.00 on any BUSH’S® Grillin’ Beans®

Save $3.00 when you spend $12.00 on any BUSH’S® Grillin’ Beans®.



Save 20% on apples and get 20 Free and tasty recipes

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Back To Nature coupon on CommonKindness

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Save $0.75 with this great coupon from Back To Nature. You can get juice, cookies, crackers, granola or nut items.

Available at:
Heb ~ Jewel ~ Kroger ~ Military Commissaries ~ Randalls ~ Target ~ Tom Thumb ~ United Lubbock ~ Wal-Mart ~ Whole Foods ~ Wild Oats ~ Safeway ~ Albertson’s ~ Shop Rite ~ Pavillions ~ Maijer & many more.


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French Toast Goodness for Fathers Day


Be kind to fathers this Sunday and celebrate them alongside a great french toast and orange juice breakfast or brunch. Get it started with great coupons from Springfield.


6 large eggs
1 1/2 cups heavy cream, half-and-half, or milk
2 tablespoons pure vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Pinch of ground nutmeg
Pinch of salt
6 slices bread
4 tablespoons unsalted butter
4 tablespoons vegetable oil
Pure maple syrup, for serving (optional)



Step 1
Whisk together eggs, cream, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt in a medium bowl; set aside.

Step 2
Place bread in a shallow baking dish large enough to hold bread slices in a single layer. Pour egg mixture over bread; soak 10 minutes. Turn slices over; soak until soaked through, about 10 minutes more.

Step 3
Preheat oven to 250 degrees. Place a wire rack on a baking sheet, and set aside. Heat 2 tablespoons butter and 2 tablespoons vegetable oil in a skillet over medium heat. Fry half the bread slices until golden brown, 2 to 3 minutes per side. Transfer to wire rack; place in oven while cooking remaining bread. Wipe skillet, and repeat with remaining butter, oil, and bread. Keep in oven until ready to serve. Serve warm with pure maple syrup (if desired) & a fresh glass of orange juice.


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NEW Hills Bros Coffee Coupon on CommonKindness

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Save $1.00 with this great Hills Bros Single Serve Coffee coupon on CommonKindness.

Sign-up now and save money while generating funds for your favorite non-profit.


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NEW Kiss My Face Coupon on CommonKindness

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Save $1.00 with this great Kiss My face coupon on CommonKindness. Don’t forget to sign-in/sign-up and have your favorite non-profit selected so they can benefit from your actions.

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Country Choice Coupon & Recipe on CommonKindness

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Save $0.75 on organic oats with this great coupon from Country Choice on CommonKindness.


Rhubarb Streusel Muffins

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1 egg
1 cup milk
1 tsp. lemon juice
1/2 cup vegetable oil
2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 cup oat bran
2 cups brown sugar (not packed)
1 cup oats; quick or old fashioned (or combination)
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. baking soda
1/4 salt
2 cups chopped rhubarb (fresh or frozen)

Streusel Topping:
1/2 stick butter
1/3 cup whole wheat flour
1/4 cup oats
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 tsp cinnamon
Pinch of salt

In a small bowl whisk together the wet ingredients: egg, milk, lemon juice and vegetable oil.
In a larger bowl mix together the dry ingredients: whole wheat flour, oat bran, brown sugar, oats, cinnamon, baking soda and salt.
Make a well in the center of the dry ingredients and pour the wet ingredients in.  Stir until just mixed.
Gently stir in the rhubarb.
To make the streusel, combine all ingredients and mix until crumbly using either a food processor or a pastry knife.
Spoon the batter into paper lined muffin cups and top with streusel. Press streusel down gently.
Bake in center of oven at 350° F for about 22 – 25 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean.
Cool muffins in the pan for about 5 minutes, and then remove to a cooling rack.

Makes 24 muffins.


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Back To Nature Coupon on CommonKindness

Back To Nature CommonKindness coupon


Save $0.75 on this great Back To Nature coupon on CommonKindness. Organic snacks such as juice, cookies, crackers and granola items.


Star Olive Oil Coupon on CommonKindness

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Save $1.00 with this great coupon from STAR on CommonKindness.


Full Circle Exchange

“To empower women and whole communities to rise above poverty through economic opportunities that are sustainable and dignified”.

This is a wonderful organization bringing strength and opportunity to places many of us can’t get to. Places with amazing people creating amazing things and Full Circle Exchange is right behind them allowing them to shine. Thank you!


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Mommys Bliss Coupon on CommonKindness

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Save $1.00 with these great coupons from Mommys Bliss.

Here is a personal story from a Mommys Bliss customer. Any moms out there in the same situation? Maybe a Mommys Bliss product will help you too!

“I am a young mom of a severely colicky baby.  My son cries incessantly in pain from morning through the night.  We had only a few brief windows of relief during the day and nights until we found Mommy’s Bliss gripe water. Another mom told me about it and I was desperate and had tried everything else to no success.  Mommy’s Bliss was a heaven sent gift.  My son actually looks forward to taking it as he associates taking it with relief.  I finally feel like I can enjoy being a new mom.”


5 Ways to Organize Your Coupons

Here are 5 ways to organize your coupons to make it easier for you to keep track and help you be more effective saving money while using them.

1. Repurposed Clutch
Start with a small clutch, and use recipe dividers to create sections. We recommend organizing the dividers based on the layout of your grocery store. That way, you can easily set your stylish organizer in the upper basket of your shopping cart as you go from aisle to aisle matching items to coupons. Then, just pop it back in your purse or shopping tote for next time.

2. Mini Expandable File Folder
Found in the office supply aisle of most major retailers, the accordion-like design of expandable file folders creates pockets for easy sorting. If you’re not the type to map out your supermarket, it’s simple to organize by general departments like produce, meat and bread. And for folders absent of tabs, use sticky notes to make simple section labels.

3. Binder
Binders can range from basic 3-ring organizers to full-on suites for pens, pencils, calculators and more. Choose a size based on your commitment to coupon clipping, then store coupons and shopping lists in clear page protectors. Create sections with page dividers. If you like to know exactly how much you’ll save at the register, a binder with all the bells and whistles will offer space for the tools you’ll need to tally up your bill and keep track of your savings.

4. Basket or Crate
Create a coupon clipping station by placing a basket or crate next to the area where you set your mail. Simply fill your container with file folders, spruce them up with a design of your liking and use each folder to categorize coupons by store. For added convenience, keep a pair of scissors in your container for clipping coupons as they arrive.

5. Menu Organizer
Create a take-out menu organizer using a small notebook, then turn it into a two-in-one tool by using your organizer pockets to slip in coupons for each restaurant. You’ll be prepared during your next order and won’t have to pay full price. You can use this same organizer idea for grocery store coupons, too. It’s just the right size to fit in the glove box.

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Grocery & Gourmet Coupons

A huge range of grocery & gourmet coupons are available on Amazon. With everyday snack foods to bulk purchases, Amazon is a great place to go to help you save money on your groceries. See a snapshot below of whats available right now! And don’t forget, click through the CommonKindness link and every purchase will generate funds for non-profits!

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Happy shopping, happy saving, happy Spring!

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Coupon-clipping volunteer helps others while she fights cancer

There is a cacophony inside the home Janet Bessette and Peter Ivaska share at the end of a bumpy road near conservation land.

Six conures — exotic birds — call out from the kitchen while two finches sing random melodies. Occasionally a freight train rumbles by, and many days there’s the scratching sound of pen hitting paper from the dining room table.

For about nine months there have been unpleasant sounds of sickness brought on by chemotherapy, and sometimes, for Mr. Ivaska, the sound of silence when Ms. Bessette, 61, was hospitalized a few times after her breast cancer treatments took too big a toll.

Through it all, there has been the snip, snip of scissors.

In 2011, when she saw an article in Parade, Ms. Bessette began clipping coupons for the families of troops serving overseas.

“The article was about CouponsToTroops,” she said. “So I went to the website and I signed up.”

CouponsToTroops.com matches people stateside with military families who can use coupons to cut their expenses while they are out of the country. The base exchanges allow them to use expired coupons for up to six months, and recipients are encouraged to share with other families, as well.


After her cancer diagnosis, it was one thing that didn’t require Ms. Bessette to drive or get dressed or put on her wig or exert too much energy. It also made her think about someone else, and though she isn’t one for wallowing — Mr. Ivaska said she really had just one “bad day” during her treatments — it was good to do for others as she’s always done.

“They don’t really get paid much (military families), and I know how much we can save with coupons at Stop & Shop,” she said.

Mr. Ivaska sorts through the coupons and does the shopping for his bride-to-be and then she clips and packages up what they can’t use.

So far, she’s helped three families, and they stay in touch through Facebook or snail mail even though some have returned home. She’s sent coupons — split up into “food” and “non-food” categories — to Germany, Guam and South Korea.

“One family had one child when I started and now they have two,” she said, adding that she tucked in a baby gift when she heard about the new arrival.

She’s also been on the receiving end of gifts, including a Challenge Coin from the 193rd Military Police Co., an honor reserved for those who go above and beyond. It was meant to encourage her after her diagnosis and it is prominently displayed in a scrapbook filled with cards and well-wishes.

“I cried when I got that,” she said. “It’s special to me.”

Volunteerism is something near and dear to Ms. Bessette’s heart. She’s the board secretary of the Civil War Round Table of Central Massachusetts, is a member of APICS (formerly the American Production Inventory Control Society), is first vice president of the Music Guild, secretary of the Worcester Chapter of the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, chapter chairman of the Central Massachusetts Archaeologists Society, and secretary of Opera Worcester. She met Mr. Ivaska volunteering at the EcoTarium, and they learned they’d been crossing paths volunteering at various places, including the former Foothills Theater, before finally starting to date.

She had also been volunteering at Horizons for Homeless Children after getting laid off from her job of 26 years and then accepting a year-long position at Commonwealth Core in 2009. She stayed on as a volunteer when she couldn’t find work.

Ms. Bessette’s calendar has something listed on every date, though the entries that list radiation treatments have ended and she’s healing and raring to get back to work helping others after a few summer trips checking out battlefields in Virginia and mining in New York.

She thinks her father, Robert Bessette, might have inspired her because he was active in the American Legion in Hardwick, where she grew up.

“He did the Halloween party for the kids,” she said, and he was part of the first rescue squad when he served as a part-time police officer.

When he died in 2009, a line in his obituary read, “He had a long career of volunteerism and community service.

He was a technical sergeant in the Army Air Corps, served as a radio operator-gunner on a B-29 in World War II and participated in the invasion of Normandy — things Ms. Bessette, a history lover, appreciates.

It may also be the reason why she and Mr. Ivaska, her fiancé, spend time writing letters to soldiers who are at boot camp or deployed, and why she can’t seem to pass up the chance to help a military family.

Her dad would be proud of her coupon clipping and would probably laugh if he could see the stacks of shopping fliers her friends and his wife, Jeannette, pass along to her each week.

Sometime she groans when she sees them piled high, but when she sets to work her smile returns, especially when she can convince someone else to start clipping, too.

“I would encourage anyone to do it,” she said. “I would encourage anyone to volunteer.

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good2grow Coupon on CommonKindness

Buy One Get One Free with this great coupon from good2grow on CommonKindness. Click here to get yours today or go to our coupon gallery for more great printable grocery coupons.


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Take a look at Amazons St.Patricks Day line up with books, costumes, party supplies and more. With a great range of electronics specials and other discounts, be sure to shop through the CommonKindness link so you can generate funds for non-profits at the same time as making your amazon orders.

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She was six years old when I first met her on the beach near where I live. I drive to this beach, a distance of three or four miles, whenever the world begins to close in on me. She was building a sand castle or something and looked up, her eyes as blue as the sea.


“Hello,” she said.

I answered with a nod, not really in the mood to bother with a small child.

“I’m building,” she said.

“I see that.  What is it?”  I asked, not really caring.

“Oh, I don’t know, I just like the feel of sand.”

That sounds good, I thought, and slipped off my shoes.

A sandpiper glided by.

“That’s a joy,” the child said.
“It’s a what?”
“It’s a joy.  My mama says sandpipers come to bring us joy.”

The bird went gliding down the beach.  Good-bye joy, I muttered to myself, hello pain, and turned to walk on.  I was depressed, my life seemed completely out of balance.

“What’s your name?”  She wouldn’t give up.

“Robert,” I answered.  “I’m Robert Peterson.”

“Mine’s Wendy… I’m six.”

“Hi, Wendy.”

She giggled.  “You’re funny,” she said.

In spite of my gloom, I laughed too and walked on.
Her musical giggle followed me.

“Come again, Mr. P,” she called.  “We’ll have another happy day.”

The next few days consisted of a group of unruly Boy Scouts, PTA meetings, and an ailing mother. The sun was shining one morning as I took my hands out of the dishwater.  I need a sandpiper, I said to myself, gathering up my coat.

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