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Tuesday
Sep162014

37 Cheap and Easy Ways to Make Ikea Stuff Look Expensive

Here are 37 ways to make your Ikea findslook expensive! Great list from Buzzfeed.com.

 

Sunday
Aug242014

Ikea: A New Way to Decorate

I found this really interesting article on Buzzfeed about these stickers that can be used to decorate Ikea furniture. Now I need to go back to Ikea and get the Ikea Storage Unit, as shown above!

 

Friday
Aug082014

19 Ways Supermarkets Get You to Spend More

Here is some good info on how stores get you to spend more money! From Buzzfeed.com. 

 

Friday
Aug082014

52 Meticulous Organizing Tips

Here are 52 clever organizing tips, from Buzzfeed.com.

 

Thursday
Aug072014

READ ALL ABOUT IT—HOW COUPON CODES CAN HELP YOU FEED YOUR FICTION ADDICTION

There’s something special about the written word.  We hear it year after year—“The novel is dead.”  They said it when movies started getting big.  They said it when TV started to hit the airwaves.  They said it when the Internet first came online.  But no matter what, the written word and the unique power of communication—“The divine gift of articulate speech,” as the great (if snobbish) Henry Higgins in Shaw’s Pygmalion described it—it help          s to preserve have weathered storm after storm to not just survive, but thrive.

But for all that, books today are expensive.  As digital devices such as Kindles, Nooks and iPads continue to gain traction, the manufacture and sale of books becomes more and more costly.  In fairness, if you’re looking for a nice, cheap option, these can work well, especially if you can find an online promo code to lessen the price.  While staring at a screen can tire your eyes after a while, there are new devices that can display things closer to an actual “book look.”

Nevertheless, there are still a lot of reasons why you—literature lover that you are—might still want to opt for a good old-fashioned book, paper, ink, binding and all.  There’s nothing like the feel or smell of a crisp new book, or an old one, its pages growing golden yellow with age.  No battery concerns, you never need to charge it, and there’s just something more classically-pleasing about reading and shelving heaps of books than simply pointing to a tablet and saying “I have 125 books on there, you know!”

So, how can you snag some online coupon codes from ChameleonJohn, and what might some of English literature’s best writers have to say about it?

SHAKESPEARE

“Put money in thy purse.”

When Iago asks Rodrigo to do that, repeatedly in Othello, he’s asking for payment for, shall we say, some rather shady business (let’s just say the “green-eyed monster” of envy rears its head quite a bit in this play.)  But you really can have more money left to spend by looking into a quality promo code.  After all, that’s their purpose.  Even better, sometimes, you’ll find scenarios where you can combine coupons, giving you an even bigger discount.

At the same time, you’ll want to be wary of scams.  Always check these promo codes and their respective websites out before committing to anything—there are Iago-esque liars and con artists out there, after all, and you can’t be too careful.

AUSTEN

“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a book lover in possession of a meager fortune must be in want of online coupon codes.”

Oddly specific, what Ms. Austen has to say about promo codes, isn’t it?  While it’s perhaps rather “odious” to switch around Jane Austen’s famous opening to Pride and Prejudice that way, Austen herself lived in a time when the buying and selling of books could run up quite a hefty price.  Books were luxuries in Ms. Austen’s day, and there are signs we’re returning to that Sense and Sensibility today.  As such, to avoid having to pay exorbitant costs, you’ll want to register with book-selling outlets.

DICKENS

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.”

As Dickens begins A Tale of Two Cities with a series of contrasts, so too is it worth noting the different nature of online coupons.  Some will work online, and some will require you to go to the storefront.  Some can be combined with other discounts, and some cannot.  You always want to make sure you know what you’re getting into before purchasing anything, and that goes double for when you buy something using a promo code.

Thursday
Jul172014

London Party Ideas

Whether you are from across the pond, love the British culture or Downton Abbey, here are bunch of fun London party ideas.

 

Thursday
Jun192014

25 Hello Kitty Foods That Are Almost Too Adorable To Eat

Anyone who knows me, knows I love Hello Kitty. I collect Hello Kitty stuff. Just recently I bought a Hello Kitty scrapbook kit @ Target. So when I saw this article, I knew I had to share it with you!

 

Tuesday
Jun102014

Dear Kitten Video from Friskies- So Cute!

This is really, really cute a must watch-