Join the Regional Food Bank’s CSA with $25 Off

My favorite CSA is about the restart and they have a $25 off deal. The CSA (community supported agriculture) offers a box full of veggies for you each week for just $23 (I buy the individual size share, which provides plenty for our family of 4– plus a pet bunny!).

The vegetables are grown using organic practices on a farm owned by the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York and provides produce to local food pantries.

Photo of one of my previous boxes

In addition to your weekly box of vegetables and knowing you are supporting the Food Bank/pantries, they invite you to the farm a few times each summer for pick-your-own veggies, herbs and flowers at no additional cost.

Photo from the farm last summer

Even better, they allow you to customize your farm share box to your preferences, swap out items right before delivery, set up a weekly payment plan and reschedule shares if you are not able to make pick up!

Follow this link and when you sign up we’ll both get $25 in credits to use towards extra products!

Today: Make a Free Flag Felt Keychain at Michaels

May Category Support – 93023 Patriotic Felt Heart Keychain

Stop by a Michaels store today between 2 and 4 PM to make this cute flag felt keychain for free. All supplies provided and staff will teach you (or your kids) some basic sewing skills to make it.

Red Lobster: BOGO Free Entrees for Teachers

Now through June 5th, teachers with valid ID can get one free entree when they buy one at Red Lobster.

$20 Misfits Market Credit

My favorite food delivery company is by far Misfits Market. If you have not ordered from them lately, I think you will be amazed with their product selection- it is sooooo much more than organic fruits and veggies now.

I have been ordering pantry staples that I typically find at stores like Whole Foods for great prices and organic meat for better prices than I can find anywhere, especially when the entire box is shipped to my door for only $4.50. (These photos are samples from some of my orders)

Another favorite find is their penny shop. They don’t alway have it but sometimes on their homepage if you scroll down, they will have a selection of items for just one penny! You may pick one per order. These might be slow sellers or items expiring soon but who can pass up a grocery item for a penny?

Right now, Misfits is offering a special deal of $20 off when you buy a box with my referral link. Check it out today.

JCPenney: Free Kids Mosaic Craft 5/14

Stop by JCPenney on Saturday, May 14th from 11 AM – 12 PM for a cute kid’s mosaic craft. Kids take home the craft and parents get a 10% off store coupon.

Target Car Seat Trade-In Event 4/18-4/30

Twice a year, Target hosts a Car Seat Trade-In event where you can bring an old, expired or damaged car seat to a Target store and recycle it to redeem a coupon on your Target app or Target.com/circle for 20% off one car seat, one stroller or select baby gear. Materials from the old car seats are recycled by Target’s partner, Waste Management. 

The trade-in event is April 18-30, 2022.

Michaels: Free Floral Llama Canvas Craft

Stop by your local Michaels store tomorrow (4/10) between 2 and 4 PM to make this adorable floral llama canvas. A free Make & Take kid’s craft will also be available.

JCPenney: Free Kids Tropical Wreath Craft 4/9

Stop by JCPenney on Saturday, April 9th from 11 AM – 12 PM for this cute kid’s tropical wreath craft. Kids take home the craft and parents get a 10% off store coupon.

Lowe’s: Free Kid’s Little Gardener Workshop 4/16

Register your child today to make this cute little garden at your local Lowe’s store on April 16th. Registration is free.


Big Clearance Sale at JCPenney

JCPenney clearance

JCPenney is having a hue winter clearance sale. These photos are from the Crossgates Mall store in Albany. I only visited a few of the departments but here is a sampling of the deep discounts.

The children’s department had tons of clothing plus a few coats and lots of shoes on clearance. We picked up leggings and Carter’s toddler PJs for $2.99.

Women’s boots were $10 or less. Totes winter boots were $17.97 with an original price of $90!