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According to King, local merchants are embracing the new online platform. Plus, each sale through Great American Deals for products or services at one of these businesses has already landed dollars in the pockets of San Diego area schools and other service and cause-related programs. "San Elijo Elementary's (SEES) Parent Teacher Organization's partnership with Great American Deals North County (GAD) was a successful one," said Nilda O'Reilly, president of the San Elijo Elementary PTO. "Our SEES families helped raise a few hundred dollars for our school just by signing up with Great American Deals, and now they also benefit by getting amazing deals from local shops and restaurants." … [Read more...] about San Diego ‘Momtrepreneurs’ Launch New Online Daily Deal Shopping Site Designed Just for Local Residents and Merchants in the Immediate Neighborhood
Books -- it certainly is hard to believe college students have to pay $300 for a textbook just when the Internet seems to be making everything less expensive or even free. Do not buy a new book in the student bookstore. Buy it used at a used bookstore, or online such as Amazon.com. Better yet, rent it from online bookstores such as Chegg.com or eCampus.com. But act fast, as soon as you have the class schedule, because quantities will be limited. Be sure to return rented books on time as well, in the same condition, or that will become one expensive rental. Eating out -- simply put, don't do it. Eating at restaurants or fast food establishments will gobble up your cash as though you were feeding the entire offensive line of your school's football team. If you live in a dorm and have a cafeteria meal plan, get a (used) mini-refrigerator for late-night snacks. If they allow microwave ovens, get one (perhaps as a gift from a well-meaning relative). Buy snacks for when you are in a rush to … [Read more...] about Money-Saving Tips for College Students I
“In the past, I haven’t had the best luck with mineral SPF,” Rio writes of the type of sunscreen that “is notorious for leaving an unflattering chalky white cast on the skin. (There’s a ghoulish photo of me on the internet, taken shortly after I packed on Neutrogena’s Sheer Zinc at the beach a few years ago, that I wish could be taken down.)” But some folks, according to Rio, say mineral sunscreen is “gentler on sensitive skin,” which is why she decided to give it another go after a recent eczema flare-up. “After doing some window shopping on my phone, I came across a company called Unsun Cosmetics; it was, I noticed, founded by none other than Frank Ocean’s mother, Katonya Breaux. The consistency of this is admittedly a bit thicker than what I’m used to, but when it’s all absorbed, it truly gives one of the most hydrating and illuminating just-left-the-spa glows I’ve ever seen — and it actually … [Read more...] about 9 Products That Delighted Us Last Week: From Beach Wagons to Watches
Some investors could be starting to heed that advice. Last week, riskier bond funds suffered their first outflow in 19 weeks, ending the longest streak of inflows since 2013, according to Bank of America. Equity funds recorded their first outflow in four weeks. … [Read more...] about Does BP’s conversion signal the end of Big Oil?