Todays free stuff!

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I picked up some tomato sauce from hemköp today (which was free after using a 10kr coupon) as well as some peanut butter from Green Choice for which I had a voucher from an earlier giveaway. Those single packaged peanut butter treats where really difficult to find!

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I also used a coupon from yet another giveaway by Fazer which allowed me to get one of those chocolates for free.




Collect coins and win prices with Stena Line

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Stena Line came out with a game app a few days ago (tip from here) which you can download and then use the coins you win in the game to exchange against real prices in one of their shops. As far as I am aware the app can be downloaded but the coins will be showing up only in a few days. Additionally there will be contests and maybe even a Christmas calendar in December.

 

 


Giveaways from the end of last week

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In the mailbox where some samples from Vichy. At Hemköp I found a practical müsli-box you receive when buying just one product from Axa (I could even use a coupon for that one) and I also picked up some free bread from Schär's giveaway a while ago. Looking forward to try their gluten free bread!

 

Edit: By now I actually tested the bread and I am positively surprised! It's pretty close to "normal" bread, lush and slightly sweet. Should I have guests who prefer gluten free, I will certainly come back to this one! Slightly negative is only that it comes with comparatively much trash since it is packaged in both a plastic cover as well as sitting in a little plastic tray. Otherwise: thumbs up!



Ready for NaNoWriMo?

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In just a few days it's time again for NaNoWriMo: National Novel Writing Month.

From November 1st until November 30th, 11:59 PM people all over the world are setting themselves the goal to write a novel with the length of 50 000 words! Yes! A whole novel in one month! The idea is to get going: to get all the ideas out which have accumulated over the last year (or years!) and to put them on paper (or in a digital file of course). Lots of cities have write-ins and meetups to write together and the website offers all kinds of free resources, prompts and a lively community for each others support.

Taking part is of course free and there are several offers from sponsors available around NaNoWriMo, here. I took part the last two years and it was great fun (and a massive coffee consumption!).

So, while your hubby/boyfriend/partner is growing his mustache to fund raise for men's health, why not add another fall project and get writing?