How to collect coupons. Extreme coupon collecting

In this video, we teach you how to efficiently and effectively collect a ton of coupons. Method 1: Buy as many newspapers as possible. Collect the inserts inside. Recycle newspapers. Method 2: Buy 1 newspaper and ask the deli/grocery/bodega/newstand owner/employee if they are going to throw away any newspapers that night. It’s best to buy your newspapers at night since they will be more inclined to let you have it. During the day it’s still possible that they can make a sale. So spend your efforts in asking at night at the many 24/7 places. (or the ones that close really late). Method: 3: Do your best to establish a relationship with the deli/grocery/bodega/newstand owner/employee. They may be your ticket to a plethora of coupons. Be friendly and just ask how they are. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Don’t be afraid to establish rapport. The worst they can say is “no”. And you lose nothing with asking. Here’s a tip if you’re shy, like I was. I thought of it as helping them get rid of their old newspapers. I was doing them a service and a favor. If they said no, it was because they want to throw them out themselves. It’s ok to be you and show your personality. Couponing is about enjoying the fact that you can keep your wallet a little thicker. Happy Hunting!

The Top 100 Recipes for Happy Kids: Keep Your Child Alert, Focused, Active and Healthy (The Top 100 Recipes Series)

The Top 100 Recipes for Happy Kids: Keep Your Child Alert, Focused, Active and Healthy (The Top 100 Recipes Series)

As experts pay closer attention to how junk food affects children’s behavior, it’s become increasingly clear that a well-nourished child is also a happy one. The great news is that it’s easy to make changes that will improve kids’ brain function, concentration, and outlook on life. Here are quick, delicious, and nutritious meals that will help grow a more contented, better behaved child, from an energy-boosting breakfast of blueberry and apple muffins to chicken dippers, a brown roll, and muesli munchies for the lunchbox. Try sweet potato wedges for an afternoon snack. Serve a smiley-face pizza for dinner, followed by banana and coconut ice cream. Children will love the food and parents will love the difference it makes in their kids.

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Price: $ 5.72

Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: Aichi M6A1 Seiran

Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center: Aichi M6A1 Seiran
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Image by Chris Devers
Quoting Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum | Aichi M6A1 Seiran (Clear Sky Storm):

Aichi chief engineer, Toshio Ozaki, designed the M6A1 Seiran to fulfill the requirement for a bomber that could operate exclusively from a submarine. Japanese war planners devised the idea as a means for striking directly at the United States mainland and other important strategic targets, like the Panama Canal, that lay thousands of kilometers from Japan. To support Seiran operations, the Japanese developed a fleet of submarine aircraft carriers to bring the aircraft within striking distance. No Seiran ever saw combat, but the Seiran/submarine weapons system represents an ingenious blend of aviation and marine technology.

This M6A1 was the last airframe built (serial number 28) and the only surviving example of the Seiran in the world. Imperial Japanese Navy Lt. Kazuo Akatsuka ferried this Seiran from Fukuyama to Yokosuka where he surrendered it to an American occupation contingent.

Transferred from the United States Navy.

Aichi Aircraft Company (Aichi Kokuki KK)


Country of Origin:

Overall: 460 x 1160cm, 3310kg, 1230cm (15ft 1 1/8in. x 38ft 11/16in., 7297.2lb., 40ft 4 1/4in.)

Physical Description:
Wings rotated back, folded back to lie flat against the fuselage. 2/3 of each side of the horizontal stabilizer also folded down, likewise the tip of the vertical stabilizer.

Understanding Global Health (LANGE Clinical Medicine)

The rapidly evolving world of global health and medicine — in the palm of your hand

“The book’s 17 multi-authored chapters cover contemporary global public health remarkably well….Overall, it is a superb introductory text for preclinical and public health novices in global health across a wide spectrum of health careers.”–Family Medicine Journal

“This is a welcome addition to the expanding roster of books on global health. It is well written and provides appropriate background information required to initiate any study program in global health. 3 Stars.”–Doody’s Review Service

Understanding Global Health is the groundbreaking, go-to primer that puts global health and its many challenges into sharp focus like no other text. Written with the nonspecialist in mind, this powerful resource expertly reviews all the core topics that you must know in order to thrive in this decentralized new global health environment. It’s all here: unique, authoritative coverage of public health concepts, plus insights into infectious diseases and clinical medicine-everything you need to truly comprehend how global medicine is dramatically affecting today’s practice of medicine-and to prepare for your role in it.

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Price: $ 29.99

Quick, Easy, Healthy Dinners?

Question by Christopher D: Quick, Easy, Healthy Dinners?
I’m fifteen, turning sixteen in a few months, and I’m trying to lose weight.
I’m trying to find a dinner that I can make by myself after school, that’s fairly easy to make, and isn’t bad for me, and has some nutritional value to it.

Any help is appreciated (:

Best answer:

Answer by Virgie Tanya
2eggs (take out one yolk(high calories)), whole wheat toast, 1 apple.
1-2 cups of milk.
later on if you’re hungry, just eat fruit.
5 apples are better than 1 hotdog

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UXCampLondon 1.5: The Grid

UXCampLondon 1.5: The Grid
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Image by Jeff Van Campen
You can hover over the above photo for links to the presentations that are available online.

Alternatively, use the listings below:

Off the grid
Some presentations that were supposed to take place at UXCampLondon didn’t happen and aren’t on the grid. The reasons included volcanic ash and ill health, but you can still check out the presentations on slideshare.

Crowdsourcing Innovation: the role of UX by Johanna Kollmann (@johannakoll)

Learning from our Childhood by Matthew Solle (@solle)

11.10 – 11.40

There’s an app for that: The Future of Interactive TV Design by Patrick Sansom (@Patrick_Sansom)

UX Must Die by Jason Mesut (@jasonmesut)

Sketchify! A Silent Presentation by Siddharta Lizcano (@SiddhiLiz)

Intimacy and Mobile – Fishbowl session by Tom Hume (@twhume)

11.50 – 12.20

Embedding Usablity from Scratch by Michele Ide-Smith (@micheleidesmith) & Jessica Hall (@mycatistheboss)

Jung Person’s Guide to User Experience by Keith Doyle (@keithdoyle)

UX in Developing Countries by Zoha Zoya (@zohazoya)

Modality on Mobile & TV by Christian Walden

How to Sell Ideas: 10 Practical Tips by Marcus Mustafa (@dacrumb)

User Testing Analysis with Post-Its by Nick Antram (@NickaTram)

1.00 – 1.30

Designing for Disasters by Martina Costello (@martinacostello)

Agile & User Experience by Michelle Adams

Is iPhone really the leader in the smartphone group? (Debate) by Karima Saad (@_karima) & Rayelle Pickersgill

Don’t Let Clients Bias Usability Testing by Nik Horn (@Niksdeli)

Designing for Customisable Sites by Sjors Timmer (@sjors)

You & Me Always & Forever: Personal Data We Leave Behind on the Web by Martina Schell (@polaroidgrrl)

1.40 – 1.20

Modular Wireframing in InDesign by Gavin Wye (@gavinwye)

From Post Its to Personas by Lee McIvor (@leemcivor)

Tentacles of an Octopus by Mehul Hirani

by Jason Mesut (@jasonmesut) and Marcus Mustafa (@dacrumb)

UX & Internationalization Discussion by Jeff Van Campen (@otrops)

2.20 – 2.50

Grow old along with me, the talking fridge has yet to be. (Assistive domotics usability evaluation). by Jodi Crisp (@squirmelia)

Persuasion in Design by John Sulaitis

Animated Sketch Prototyping by Chris Neale (@chrisneale)

SXSW 2010 Redux by Stuart Cruickshank (@gaijinstu)

A UX Perspective from the 70s: Have Things Changed Since Then? (Discussion) by Alexander Baxevanis (@futureshape)

When is Bad Usability Good for Business? (Discussion) by Trang Du

3.10 – 3.40

Topic Maps by Ben Gilmore (@NimbleOgre) and Stephen Hellens

UX Meets RPG: Stories at Work by Katarzyna Stawarz (@Falkowata)

How UXD Will Solve Climate Change by ?

Visual Note Taking by Eva-Lotta Lamm (@evalottchen)

Sketching: Are You Game? by Belén Barros Pena @belenpena

3.50 – 4.20

My Dad’s Car: A Story About the Average User by James O’Brien (@sparrkuk)

Why the iPad UI matters by Fabien Marry (@alphabUX)

The A-Z of Developer / Designer Chats by Adrian Howard (@adrianh)

Games-based Learning by Mary Nolan (@marybnolan)

4.30 – 5.00

MySociety & Me by Joe Lanman (@joelanman)

The Pie Lies by Monika Szczygieł (@YaaL)

UX & split testing by Lucy Spence (@lucyjspence)

Tips on saving and budgeting for a stay at home mom?

Question by SavvyGrl: Tips on saving and budgeting for a stay at home mom?
I really want to stay at home when my baby is born. Money is going to be so tight. Any stay at home moms have advise on how they save and budget to make it possible to live on one income?

Best answer:

Answer by vegetarian32194
dont go out to eat
turn down the heat, put on a sweater
open the windows and turn off the light
sell some old stuff you dont need on ebay or amazon

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What are some healthy options to get a fit body?

Question by Notorious P: What are some healthy options to get a fit body?
I’ve been trying to stay healthy and go to the gym 4-5 a week. I’m a skinny kid and have a beer belly. I’ve done a lot of crunches. I want to eat healthy but I HATE fruits AND vegetables. What are some healthy alternatives to them? Any suggestions on how to see better results?

Thank you and have a wonderful day.

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