Freebies!!! Who doesn't love getting a free sample of something??? In Dutch freebies or samples are called "monsters". Sounds funny to an American, but so what, I love "monsters"!
Every once in a while I go in search of freebies online. I wouldn't say they're as common here as in The States but you can still find them. One website I use is ProefMonsters.nl (I pulled it up to get the link for you and they had an offer for dog Dentastix, great! Signed up and invited friends too!) Now if you're not in The Netherlands this site will be of little use to you, but I am sure you can find one of your own. My last round on this website has delivered at least 2 freebies so far:
I'm really happy with this one, it arrived a week or so ago! It's a lid for cottage cheese. Sounds so simple yet I didn't have it. We often open a container of cottage cheese, eat half, and then leave it poorly sealed in the fridge. Usually it gets tossed out because we don't trust our sealing capabilities (if we bothered at all). Now, thanks to Danone's nifty little lid, we can rest assure that the cottage cheese will be good the next day and if we happen to tip it over (happened before) there will not be unwanted cottage cheese juice all over the fridge! Thanks Danone!
My other freebie arrived today in the mail, it's a small mixed sample pack of labels/stickers from Avery. Since I no longer have an office job I almost never print things out on stickers. Even though I do occasionally feel like getting organized I can't bring myself to buy a pack of expensive labels at the store. Again, through the freebie website I only had to give my address, wait a couple weeks, and voila, I now have stickers for my printer. I'm just curious how long it will take me to get the hankering to actually get labels printed out and stuck on whatever the project of the month might be. I do have some storage boxes in the shed that could use labels!!!
Hope you all find a website of your own and start signing up for freebies. They're extra rewarding because they take so long to arrive that you tend to forget about them!