Childrens Place: In store ONLY: 15% off your ENTIRE order, expires 5/26/10.

To redeem, print coupon HERE (print out additional copies and be a “coupon fairy” to your friends– or even to strangers– share the fabuLESSness!)

This coupon can and should be stacked on top of already discounted items to maximize your savings!

Happy Childrens Place-ing!

Exclusive fabuLESS discount: Custom, personalized, appliqued pillowcases! Ends 5/31/10.

To order click HERE and use the word “fabuLESS” at checkout to get FREE shipping PLUS 10% off any ONE item, 15% off any TWO items, 20% off any THREE items and 25(!)% off any FOUR (or more!) items (please note that you will NOT see the discount in your cart, but you will get a refund equivalent to the FREE shipping plus the discount!)– or convo Micah with the details of what you’d like and she’ll set up a custom order for you!

I’ve ordered from Micah for EVERY baby shower that I’ve attended, it’s been my go to gift for the holidays for my extended family and close friends– I can’t speak highly enough of her and her work– she’s just  OUTSTANDING, everything is completely custom and handmade– and it’s BEYOND adorable, it’s just *perfect*!



Happy ACherryOnTop-ing!


Dapper Snappers: Exclusive fabuLESS discount: 45% off single dapper snappers (not valid on multipacks or fundraisers), ends 5/31/10.

To redeem, click HERE and use code:LFLess45off

If you’re not familiar with DapperSnappers, here’s the inside scoop:

It’s not very often you find a pair of pants that fits your thinner child around the waist. All too often, the length of the pants is perfect and the waist is just too big which causes Droopy Drawers. Until recently the choices were limited to a cumbersome belt that made diaper changing and potty training nearly impossible or adjustable waistband pants that cost twice as much as regular pants. With as fast as kids grow, who could afford it? But now there is the Dapper Snapper! It’s a cost effective, easy to use, and fashionable answer to droopy drawers.


Here’s a quote from a facebook fan about Dapper Snappers:

Just in case there are any of you that don’t know this already–these things seriously ROCK! They are sooooo versatile. Anyone can use them. They are marketed for kids but I use them (and so do my 3 kids aged 5, 3, and 10 months) quite often -Sarah

Happy Dapper Snappers-ing!

Thanks, Michelle, for the fabuLESS discount!




Coldwater Creek: In store and online: $25 off $50, expires 5/25/10.

To redeem in store, print coupon HERE

To redeem online, use code: WHH3264

If shopping online, sweeten your savings and click through ebates to get an additional 2% cashback, if you’re not already signed up for ebates, click HERE to do so and start getting cashback from over 1000 stores. It only takes 15 seconds to sign up and you’ll get a $5 signup bonus (I’ll get one too, whoohoo!)

Happy Coldwater Creek-ing!

Not sure which fruits and veggies that you SHOULD buy organic? And which ones you can buy conventionally? Here’s a cheat sheet!

How fabuLESS, handy and adorable is this? It’s Heidi Kenney’s downloadable pocket guide to the Dirty Dozen and the Clean Fifteen– the fruits and veggies most likely to contain high amounts of pesticides and the ones the least likely to do so!

To print it, go to Heidi’s blog HERE (and be sure to check out Heidi’s etsy shop HERE)

Happy Dirty Dozen-ing and Clean Fifteen-ing!

Thanks, Shosh!








How to live fabuLESS..

For those of you who are Facebook fans (and if you’re not, click HERE to ‘fan’ or ‘like’ me) then you are familiar with my “Random Ramblings”– just little tricks, tips or statements about how to live more fabuLESSly.  I really that not all of you are long time readers– and many of you are new to this whole fabuLESS thing, so I want you to get a bit more insight into how it works. 

It’s about the minimization of effort as much as it’s about the minimization of spending– there’s almost never ONE store that has EVERYTHING that you buy at the lowest price in your area– but rather than driving to 27 stores to save 27 cents, just find the stores that, on average, are the most fabuLESS– I have NO problem paying more than I ‘should’ on some items– if it saves me from having to schlepp to  yet another store.

Being fabuLESS shouldn’t change where you shop, what you eat or what you wear– it just helps you spend less while you’re at the same stores and buying what you were already planning to buy! FabuLESSness doesn’t change your lifestyle (it might even upgrade it!), just the way that you shop!

Stay fabuLESS! xo


TUPPERWARE: Exclusive fabuLESS discount: *FREE* shipping on ANY order PLUS 15% off your ENTIRE order if you order $100+, ends 5/25/10.


This fabuLESS discount is ONLY available through Rhonda, NOT through any other Tupperware rep!


DO NOT ORDER ONLINE OR YOU WILL NOT GET THE DISCOUNT! But, you can view all of them items HERE


To order, you MUST do so via email or phone: Create a list of the items that you’d like to order and either call or email Rhonda (the Tupperware consultant) with your order– you can reach her at either rhonda.brunston@gmail.com or 270-436-5790.


She’ll take your order-you can pay either via credit card, PayPal or RME– you’ll pay NO shipping and if you order $100+ you’ll also get 15% off your ENTIRE order.  Just contact Rhonda and she’ll hook you up!


There are a TON of specials– all of which ‘stack’ with the free shipping and the discount! 


Servalier 13pc Bowl Set, $120 value, only $62:






                                                                                                                                                               Tumbler Bouquet, $40 value, $18 with a $100 order:




                                                                                                                                                                

Here is the most fabuLESS special of them ALL– the Modular Mates set for $39 (regularly $79!)– they are fabuLESS, I ordered some during the last special and now my pantry is  COMPLETELY organized– yes, these small things make me inordinately happy– and, yes, I realize that I need to get out more ;)  All of my  pasta, rice, beans, grains, couscous, quinoa, and contained– and safe from moisture and pests!


If you’re interested in hosting your own Tupperware party in your home– or if you’re interested in selling Tupperware yourself, feel free to contact Rhonda for more information.  She can be reached at either rhonda.brunston@gmail.com or 270-436-5790.


Happy Tupperware-ing!




Mabel’s Labels: Exclusive fabuLESS discount: 20% off your ENTIRE order, expires 5/25/10.

To order, click HERE and use code: FABULESSMAY20

Not familiar with Mabel’s Labels? They’re the BEST labels EVER– they stick like mad and they’re oh-so-cute! These are not your mama’s iron on labels– they have everything from stickers to bag tags to shoe labels, and everything in between– and they have some fabuLESS package deals, too!

This is an exclusive discount that you won’t find anywhere else– click HERE to see all the cuteness!


Happy Mabel’s Labels-ing!

Coldwater Creek: In store and online: $25 off $50, expires 5/25/10.

To redeem in store, print coupon HERE

To redeem online, use code: WHH3264

If shopping online, sweeten your savings and click through ebates to get an additional 2% cashback, if you’re not already signed up for ebates, click HERE to do so and start getting cashback from over 1000 stores. It only takes 15 seconds to sign up and you’ll get a $5 signup bonus (I’ll get one too, whoohoo!)

Happy Coldwater Creek-ing!

Recipe Share: The BEST chicken salad EVER.

Whenever I cook for my family, I try to (on purpose!) always have leftovers– whenever I have leftover chicken, this is one of my favorite ways to repurpose my leftovers (perfect for sandwiches!)

Ingredients:

2 1/2 lbs boneless cooked chicken (white and/or dark meat)
1/4 cup diced yellow onion (I usually use red onions)
1/2 cup diced celery
1/4 cup thinly sliced scallions
1 tablespoon minced garlic in oil (I use fresh garlic– and I use more, ’cause I *love* garlic)
1/2 cup shredded parmesan cheese
1/2 teaspoon salt (I don’t add this as the parmesan cheese is salty enough)
1/4 teaspoon ground white pepper
1/4 teaspoon freshly cracked pepper
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard (I use stone ground instead)
1 cup real mayonaisse (you can use less– or reduced fat, if you prefer)
1 tablespoon honey

The original recipe called for boiled chicken– but why boil chicken when you can add flavor to it? I usually use any leftover chicken that I have for this– but if you’re making chicken just for the sake of making this chicken salad, I would recommend seasoning it with my old standby of sea salt/fresh cracked pepper/paprika/granulated garlic/onion powder/stone ground mustard/smidge of olive oil and either grilling it or cooking it in the oven.

Once the chicken is cooked, loosely cover it and chill the chicken in the fridge for at least two hours and then dice it into 1/2″ pieces. While the chicken is cooling, mix all of the remaining ingredients into a large (lidded, if you have one) bowl. Refrigerate mixture at least 30 minutes to chill well and allow the ingredients to get acquainted. To finish salad, stir dressing, then mix in the chilled diced chicken.

Enjoy– it’s seriously the BEST chicken salad EVER.

(Recipe adapted from “Beverly Hills Cafe Chicken Salad” from the Sun Sentinel, 8/19/04.

Not sure which fruits and veggies that you SHOULD buy organic? And which ones you can buy conventionally? Here’s a cheat sheet!

How fabuLESS, handy and adorable is this? It’s Heidi Kenney’s downloadable pocket guide to the Dirty Dozen and the Clean Fifteen– the fruits and veggies most likely to contain high amounts of pesticides and the ones the least likely to do so!

To print it, go to Heidi’s blog HERE (and be sure to check out Heidi’s etsy shop HERE)

Happy Dirty Dozen-ing and Clean Fifteen-ing!

Thanks, Shosh!