Monday, June 2, 2014

Currently (and $40 Sephora freebie coupon code!)

Link up with Farley!

To the dishwasher.  It's one of those dishwashing/laundry nights where you pay more attention to loading and unloading than anything else.


It's no secret that I love Sephora.  I am now loving my Julep Maven box.  Am I the last to know about this???  Coming from a girl who gets bills and credit card advertisements in the mail, I felt so spoiled to see this arrive!  I have seen Kate from The Small Things Blog get Julep boxes before, and I always kinda secretly wanted that little purple box to show up at my door.  Everyone claims that it is the best nail polish and that it "wears like a gel", and after trying mine...that's all I can say too!  The picture doesn't do the nail colors justice.  I love them!  The reason I decided to try it is because they have a promotion going on right now where new customers can get their first box free hoping that they'll continue to pay for monthly boxes to arrive.  Extending is strictly optional...cancel by the 24th of the month to stop shipments.  I have always thought about starting a coupon blog, so I guess now is my chance to share the love.  To get a free box:

Visit Julep and select JOIN MAVEN.
Take the beauty quiz or click SHOW ME ALL STYLES.
Select MAVEN MONTHLY plan.
Use code FREEBOX at checkout and the price will drop to $0.00!  (Pay only shipping - $3.99)

How was that?!?  Until I have my own couponing blog, perhaps I will continue to share coupons here and there that might interest teachers.  I'll have to start my Target Dollar Spot Alert posts soon too!

About my TPT priorities for the summer.  Do I do more craftivities?  Common Core mini-lesson series?  I keep going back and forth based on what I am currently receiving requests for.  I need to put together a plan for the next several weeks.

More time before the year ends!  That includes more time with my class (I may be the only teacher thinking that at this point in the year) and more time to pack up my things.  Do you need to pack up every year?  Can you leave up bulletin boards?  I only have to do a partial pack this year which is good news considering I have moved rooms almost every year before this year!

More time to organize my coupons.  Sadly, it is extremely time consuming.  I think just having a little time to get a plan together about what to get where would help greatly!  I am not an extreme couponer by any means, but I like to save where I can!  :)

Bucket List:
Sunshine. Vitamin D.  A healthy glow.  ASAP.
Muscle tone.  Fabulous arms.
Lists.  Calendars.  A plan.  For all area of my life.

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  1. Hey! I found you through Farley's link up. Love your summer bucket list! I didn't have those 3 on mine, but those are things I also want to do! I definitely need summer to have a chance to get everything reorganized and planned out! I have never heard of Julep. It sounds neat - I'll have to check it out!

    Team V's Second Grade Fun

  2. HI! I found you through the link up. Love your list! You're still in school, most of us in Colorado are out now (sorry). I'm a music teacher and fortunate that they way the building was made (3 years ago) nothing else can go in my room. I have sound proof walls! So, I don't have to take bulletin boards down, but I try to put a lot of stuff away.

    I have NEVER heard of Julep, off to check it out now!

    Hang in there, enjoy your students and try to get as much done as you can with them!

    Music a la Abbott

  3. Love your Currently! Thanks so much for the free box code! I've got a box coming to me! So excited!

    Learning in Room 203