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$12 essential oils gift set with coupon code!

You can get this Anjou 12-Piece Aromatherapy Essential Oils Gift Set for only $12.99 on Amazon right now when you use promo code CKBMNHT4 at checkout.

Or, if you prefer, you can add this diffuser to your cart for FREE (when purchasing an essential oils set; can only use one discount.)

This essential oils gift set includes 100% certified pure therapeutic grade essential oils in twelve top scents including lavender, peppermint, eucalyptus, and sweet orange. These oils are perfect for use in diffusers and humidifiers and come in a box that is great for gift-giving.

Thanks, Hip2Save!

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Add comment November 21, 2017

Papa Murphy’s: $8 Jack O’Lantern pizzas

It’s that time of year again – when Papa Murphy’s rolls out the Jack O’Pizza for Halloween! It is a large Jack O’Lantern shaped cheese pizza with a pepperoni smile and olive eyes. They are $8 for a Large and $10 for a Family size and you can add their “spooky dough” for $3, now through October 31.

This has become a tradition for my family, and we are so excited about ordering our Jack O’Pizza!

Note: Papa Murphy’s is encouraging customers to order/pick up well in advance, because these pizzas are very popular!

Add comment October 26, 2017

Get ticket deals NOW for “A Christmas Carol” at the Clarence Brown Theatre!

Last year my two daughters had the amazing experience of performing in “A Christmas Carol” at the Clarence Brown Theatre. They learned so much from the experience, and of course I wanted to see them perform as many times as possible. I sought out all the best ticket deals I could find so I could share with friends and family. Although it is a wonderful thing to be able to support live theater through the purchase of full-price tickets – and I greatly admire those patrons who do! – sometimes your budget will only allow you to experience theater if you can find a really great deal.  Part of the Clarence Brown’s mission is to educate the local community about theater, and they offer some great ways to allow families to experience shows even when budgets are tight. Here are some of my favorite deals at the CBT.


The Clarence Brown Theatre (CBT) offers a special evening called “Family Feast”, where each ticket is $10 and includes dinner before the show! The stated purpose of this evening is “to promote the fading practice of family dinners and to celebrate community through theatre,” and you must make reservations as a family or group – however you define family! There are two Family Feasts each year, one for their spring show and one for A Christmas Carol. This year the Family Feast night for Christmas Carol is Wednesday, December 6. You have to call the Clarence Brown box office directly to get tickets. (865) 974-5161. They’re only open from noon to 5 weekdays. You can’t get this deal online, and it sells out very quickly! For more info about Family Feast, go here.


The CBT also participates in the Penny for the Arts program – absolutely one of my FAVORITE deals. When you buy one discounted adult ticket ($22 or so) you can get up to 3 kids’ tickets for a penny. (Additional tickets for your group will be regular price.) Yet again, you have to call the Clarence Brown box office directly to get these tickets, and make sure you ask for Penny for the Arts tickets. You can only get the Penny for the Arts deal for the following weeknight shows: Nov 29-Dec. 1, and Dec. 5-8.

 

For more on Penny for the Arts, go here.

The CBT offers a “Pay What You Wish Preview Wednesday” for most of its shows. Tickets may be purchased in person from 4:00pm until curtain the day of the below performances at the CBT Box Office kiosk in the lobby. Cash only, in full dollar amounts accepted and tickets are available on a first come, first served basis. Limited to 8 tickets per purchase.

In my experience, the Christmas Carol “Pay What You Wish” night sells out very quickly, mostly from University of Tennessee students who see the show for free on the same night with their student IDs (which is also a great deal!) I would go ahead and have tickets in hand from one of the other above deals. But, since it’s a great deal, I’m including it on this list. Here are this season’s Pay What You Wish dates:

And here’s where you can go for more info on Pay What You Wish Wednesday preview nights.

 

Finally, a REALLY great way to see free shows is by working as an usher! When you commit to usher before and after a show (and during intermission) you can see the show from a special usher’s seat for free! Go here to sign up for ushering spots.

Add comment September 30, 2017

Penny for the Arts: see Peter & The Starcatcher for $0.01/child at the Clarence Brown Theatre!

There are some amazing deals coming up for performances at the Clarence Brown Theatre! I highly recommend the Penny4Arts performances. For my family, one adult and two children attended the last show at the Clarence Brown Theatre for just $14 total! Here are details:

Peter and the Starcatcher

In this multiple Tony Award-winning play with music, a dozen actors portraying more than 100 unforgettable roles take to the high seas to answer the century-old question: How did Peter Pan become The Boy Who Never Grew Up? This magical evening of madcap fun is suitable for younger audiences but most enjoyable for ages 10 and up.

Tickets available for September 5-8 (entire show run is August 30 – September 17) at Clarence Brown Theatre Mainstage. Seats for Penny4Arts are available on a first come, first served basis and are subject to availability.

Open to students outside of Knox County? YES
Advance reservations required? YES – call the box office Monday-Friday from 12-5 PM
Contact: Clarence Brown Theatre Box Office, 865-974-5161, box_office@utk.edu

For more information, visit Penny for the Arts here or the Clarence Brown Theatre here.

Add comment August 23, 2017

Kraft Mac & Cheese Deal at Target

Are your children as picky about their mac & cheese as mine are? My kids will only eat Annie’s bunny-shaped pasta and Kraft “in the rainbow shape.” If so, here’s a deal for you. Right now you can get a $5 Target Gift Card when you buy 10 boxes of Kraft Mac & Cheese original, spirals, or shapes 5.5 – 7.3 oz boxes. Plus, they are on sale for just 99¢ each! Pair the sale and gift card offer for a great deal. You don’t even need coupons!

Kraft Mac & Cheese Boxes 99¢ each
Buy 10 = $9.90
Pay $9.90
Get back a FREE $5 Gift Card
Final cost $4.90 total – just 49¢ each!

Thanks, Hip2Save!

Add comment August 14, 2017

BOGO Macchiatos at Starbucks August 3-7

Starbucks has a buy-one-get-one-free deal on their Macchiato drinks today through August 7 from 2-5 p.m. This is a great time to try a new drink! I think I’ll be trying the Iced Coconut Milk Mocha Macchiato.
For more info go here.

Add comment August 3, 2017

Review and HUGE sale on history curriculum: Dave Raymond’s Modernity DVD set

I recently had the chance to review Dave Raymond’s Modernity, the newest history series available from Compass Classroom. This series is available on DVD, via Streaming, or by download. Modernity usually retails for $120, but through August 9 you can purchase it for 50% off – just $60! You can find info on the sale on Compass Classroom’s website here.

About this history series (from the creators):

In this exciting addition to his history series, Dave Raymond turns his attention to the period of Modernity and the maturity of Western civilization (covering world history from 1500 – present). Under Dave’s instruction, students will learn how to apply and refine a Christian worldview to major developments in philosophy, science, and government; personalities such as Newton, Bach, Napoleon, and Austen; and movements including the Enlightenment, Darwinism, Nationalism, and Victorianism.

Modernity is a one-year class that consists of:

  • 27 lessons (5 videos per lesson, 47 total hours)
  • 4 projects
  • Student Reader, 400p (PDF, EPUB and MOBI)
  • Teacher’s Guide with Scope & Sequence (PDF, ePub and mobi)
  • Weekly Exams
  • Year-long Portfolio

You can find a complete breakdown of hours spent per area to qualify for high school credit on the website.

Dave Raymond lives in rural Middle Tennessee with his wife and 6 children where he has taught the humanities for the past 12 years. He teaches the disciplines of history, literature, composition, and Latin through Quiller Tutorials and Foundations Christian Academy.

Contents:
  • Formats: DVD, Download, Streaming
  • Lessons: 27 (47 hours of material)
  • Additional Materials: Student Reader, Teacher’s Guide (PDF, EPUB, MOBI)
  • Credit: 1 HS
  • Age: 14+
  • Teacher: Dave Raymond

My Verdict:

My husband is a history guy, and I knew he would love going through this series with me. He is teaching a class for 7th & 8th graders as part of our homeschool co-op this year, and there are a number of areas that he will be able to incorporate into his lectures. We homeschool our rising 3rd & 5th graders, and look forward to using this series as part of their curriculum in the future. It is targeted at students ages 14 & up, but I think it would also be good for really advanced 7th/8th graders. Dave Raymond is a really engaging teacher, and the combination of his lecture style with the visual elements that the DVD/streaming mode allows makes Modernity way more interesting than any history class I remember sitting through. It’s such a great way for parents to provide a modern history education for their high school student while possibly re-learning many things themselves. Also, much of history, especially modern history, is often taught from an anti-Christian worldview. It’s nice to be able to approach these events from a specifically Christian perspective.

The lessons included are:

Part I

  1. Orientation
  2. The Great Stage: Introduction to the West
  3. Ideas Have Consequences: The Enlightenment
  4. The Sacred and the Secular: Empires, Missions, Pirates, and Rulers
  5. Royal Science: The Scientific Revolution
  6. The Creators: Pascal, Vermeer, Johnson, Bach
  7. The Devil Has No Stories: The French Revolution,
  8. I Am the Revolution: Napoleon
  9. Deus Ex Machina: The Industrial Revolution
  10. The Antiquary and the Muses: Scott, Austen, and the Romantic Poets
  11. No Vision Too Large: Wilberforce and Chalmers
  12. Culture=State: Nationalism
  13. Eminent Culture: Victorianism

Part II

  1. The West and the Rest: Victorian Missions
  2. The New Priesthood: Scientism and Darwinism
  3. The Square Inch War: Kuyper and Wilson
  4. The Pity of War: World War I
  5. Domesticity Versus Tyranny: Versailles, Dictators, and America’s Roaring Twenties
  6. Modern Art and the Death of Culture: Art and Architecture
  7. I’ll Take My Stand: The Thirties
  8. The Lost Generation: Literary Converts
  9. The Wrath of Man: World War II
  10. The Cross and Perseverance: World War II, Bonhoeffer, and Churchill
  11. Personal Peace and Affluence: The Fifties
  12. The Great Divorce: The Sixties
  13. The West Like the Rest: The Seventies and the End of Modernity
  14. The Triumph of the West: The Fall of Communism and Postmodernity

Here’s the trailer:

If you’d like to check out Modernity it is currently on sale for $60 for the regular DVD – half off the regular price of $120!

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this DVD free from the publisher for review purposes. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.” This site is a Compass Classroom affiliate, and purchases made through links (including linked covers) may result in my receiving a small commission (at no additional cost to you).

Add comment August 2, 2017

Tax Free Shopping in TN July 28-30

The state of Tennessee’s annual sales tax holiday is held every year, beginning at 12:01 a.m. on the last Friday in July and ending at 11:59 p.m. the following Sunday night. During this weekend, certain goods may be purchased tax free. This year’s tax-free holiday weekend begins at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 28 and ends Sunday, July 30 at 11:59 p.m.

What is tax free?

If you have additional questions about what qualifies, here’s the complete info from the state website.

Add comment July 24, 2017

Huge sale on Happy Planners, today only!

My girls and I LOVE our Happy Planners, so when I saw this deal I had to share!

Today only, Michaels.com is offering free shipping on all orders – no promo code and no minimum purchase is required. Plus, they are also offering 50% off select planners and planner accessories!

Even better, they are offering a FREE Create 365 The Happy Deluxe Cover ($34.99 value) with the purchase of a Create 365 Planner. You will be prompted to add the bonus product at checkout once you add a qualifying Create 365 Planner to your cart.

Check Out These Deal Ideas (Valid Today Only):

Buy 1 Create 365 The Mini Happy Planner $9.99 (reg. $19.99)
Add a Free Mini Happy Planner Cover (Click ‘Select Bonus Product’ when prompted)
Score Free Shipping (7/11 only)
Final Cost $9.99 total shipped!

Buy 1 Create 365 The Medium Happy Planner $14.99 (reg. $29.99)
Add a Free Happy Planner Cover (Click ‘Select Bonus Product’ when prompted)
Score Free Shipping (7/11 only)
Final Cost $14.99 total shipped!

Buy 1 Create 365 The Big Happy Planner $17.49 (reg. $34.99)
Add a Free Happy Planner Cover (Click ‘Select Bonus Product’ when prompted)
Score Free Shipping (7/11 only)
Final Cost $17.49 total shipped!

Thanks, Hip2Save!

Add comment July 11, 2017

Cow Appreciation Day 2017

Don’t forget, July 11 is Cow Appreciation Day at Chick-fil-a! Wear anything cow-like and get a FREE entree!

Add comment June 30, 2017

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