Does your family buy Kellogg products? If you do, and you do not yet belong to Kelloggs Family Rewards then you are missing out on some money saving offers. Click here to sign up. Basically, when you either upload your store loyalty card OR for stores without loyalty cards you can upload receipts, you earn points for all of the Kellogg products you purchased. They also have opportunities to redeem special bonus codes for more points. Sometimes there are double points or bonus points for redeeming receipts/ cards with specific items (like a particular type of cereal or cookie) While they have lots of cool options for redeeming points, I strictly redeem mine for coupons. One example: quite often you can find a “buy any 3 Kellogg cereals get $1 off” coupon in the Sunday paper. BUT , In Kellogg Family rewards you can redeem points for a coupon for ” $1 off ONE box of cereal” These are high value coupons that can really help your budget. So why this post? There’s a BONUS CODE- I just used it so I know it’s working as of tonight. Enter: KFRMOMSLUVPOINTS into the “enter a code” section and get an extra 100 points!
I love planning themed parties for my kids birthdays… Here’s a fun Outer Space themed party that I put together. I posted this project on my creative blog earlier this month and all the details can be found by clicking here. That includes my supply list. Essentially: I bought bakery sugar cookies and added the purple frosting/ sprinkles. I created […]
Our family recently visited Diamond Caverns, near Mammoth Caves National Park Diamond Caverns WEbsite: click here. Our original plan was to go on the Mammoth Caves tour- but our trip was sort of last minute and the tour we wanted to go on was sold out. We found Diamond Caverns on-line, and it was only a few minutes from Mammoth […]
I know many schools around the country started back up this week… we did not. We are in Michigan and state law says public schools can’t go back till the Tuesday after Labor Day… So I’m spending the next couple weeks getting organized before the school year starts. I put together this pinterest “wrap-up” of all the great ideas I […]
Looking for some end of the summer travel ideas to do before the kids go back to school? Here’s a few that showed up in my inbox: COLORADO: Children’s Museum of Denver, 2121 Children’s Museum Dr., Denver The museum is free from 4-8pm on the following days: (these are a little later in the year) Tuesday November 3, 2015 Tuesday November 1, 2015 ILLINOIS: Chicago Children’s Museum at Navy Pier: Free every Thursday 5-8pm as a Target Family Night event (website) KENTUCKY: Mammoth Caves Website link 08/25/2015 Location: Mammoth Cave National Park | Map Fee Information: Free of ChargeContact Name: Mammoth Cave National parkContact Phone Number: 270-758-2417 Join us on August 25, 2015 to celebrate Founder’s Day with a free Mammoth Passage Tour! Pick up your free tickets at the visitor center for one of the times listed below. Tickets are free but are required for cave entry. The tour is limited to 40 participants and is on a first come first served basis. The trip is approximately 3/4 mile round trip. Enter the Rotunda, see the remains of an 1812 saltpeter operation, experience some of the most famous ares of the Mammoth Cave. Enjoy a day out with the family, friends or experience the park yourself. Either way it’s sure to be a fine time! Mammoth Passage Tour Times 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 12:30, 1:00, 1:45, 2:30 & 3:30 MICHIGAN: Henry Ford Museum Website Link 09/07/15 Target Family Days January […]
I’m remodeling my daughter’s room… Including all of the wall décor/ art. I wanted to create something to hang over the desk we are adding to her room. She doesn’t think she’s very good at math, and gets really frustrated. So I was going to paint a canvas with the statement “She believed she could, so she did”. THEN, she […]
We recently took a weekend road trip to Louisville, and visited their zoo. We see a lot of zoos, it’s just something we like to do together. So many of them are different and we definitely have some favorites. We really enjoyed The Zoo in Louisville for several reasons. 1) It’s pretty green… as in…green space. It’s light and airy […]