I can think of many good reasons to cut sugary drinks out of your life. And honestly, I can't think of any good reasons to keep them. Sugar is bad for your health. It's often bad for your mood. Moreover, those sugary drinks cost a lot of money. I personally cut sodas and most juice out of my life a long time ago. It's not easy but it's worth it. Let look at how you can save by cutting sugary drinks.
Average You'll Save By Cutting Sugary Drinks
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It is your birthday, and its time to celebrate. Celebrate with friends, your family, and even coworkers. Today is about you. While you are celebrating, let me tell you how to make it even sweeter. Learn how to get free birthday meals to help you celebrate yourself all month long.
If you love a good sandwich, there are plenty of offers for you. Sign up with Jersey Mikes Shore rewards club today. Be sure to enter your birthday. When the day Read more [...]
At a time when offline supermarkets appear to have backed off giving away free turkey, Amazon is debuting this type of promotion for the first time ever.
The online mega-retailer is leveraging its acquisition of Whole Foods to try to get more people hooked on Amazon Fresh by offering a free turkey with the purchase of at least $100 in groceries.
This is similar to a promotion Safeway ran earlier this month -- only the minimum grocery purchase ranged from $100 to $150, depending Read more [...]
Carefully weigh the pros and cons before attempting to make your own cat food.
There are actually serious health considerations that you might want to prioritize over cost issues. Dry commercial cat food is actually less beneficial than what you can get in a can or make yourself.
Cats have a tendency to drink less water than other other types of animals, so the dehydration of kibble makes them susceptible to kidney failure and other digestive problems in their older years.
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As if there weren't already plenty of restaurant delivery apps to choose from, one more has come out focusing just on pizza.
Aptly called Slice, this free app for mobile devices is trying to entice new customers with $5 off their first order.
However, in order to get that $5 off, you have to spend at least another $10 -- depending on where you live, participating pizzerias require a minimum order of $15, and some also charge delivery fees.
Additionally, the promotion only populates in Read more [...]