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Books that changed my life!
I know that sounds overly dramatic, but these three books had a huge impact on me!
(there’s a new version of this book, but I am specifically referring to the original version by Robin and Domingues!)
RAKUTEN (previously EBATES) (gives you rebates for your online shopping, they also have a sign up bonus, so at the very least try it once for the bonus and see if you like it)
Ibotta referral link (Ibotta is a shopping app that lets you get rebated for things you buy, it’s easy to use and there’s a $10 signup bonus for you when you try it out and submit a rebate, sometimes they have rebates for fruits, veggies and dairy)
Get free printable coupons now from Coupons.com (you will need to install a printer app or put in a phone number to print coupons, I usually do a quick check for things I am planning on buying anyways)
Oh and Ebay.
I have used Bluehost since I started this blog and am quite happy so far.
We use a mix of various phone services, which gives us a better chance of coverage in areas where one or the other happens to be the better choice.
I have been a happy Red Pocket customer for three years now. We use the CDMA (Verizon) Version of this plan and the GSMA (ATT) Vresion of this plan, which give us unlimited talk and text, international calls, plus currently 8+20GB of data respectively. We supplement this with a VISIBLE plan (When you use my friend code, 3mNFrR, you’ll get your first month of service for only $5 and I’ll get a discount as well).
We used Harvest Hosts for a while, but didn’t use it enough in the last year, so we let our membership lapse for the time being. We are planning to sign up again, when we are going to head East. I personally love camping at farms and buying fresh produce and eggs from them.
We have been HIPCAMP since 2018, but recently have been disappointed with the value we see when looking for camping spots. We just generally prefer to boondock on public land, whenever possible.
We use Good Sam, which gets you discounts at Flying J / Pilot gas stations and Camping World. Good Sam Roadside Assistance has really saved our behinds on several occasions and here’s why I strongly recommend having it.