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Thursday, January 07, 2010

Morning Coffee: Getting Fit This Year

Amazon is trying to take advantage of everyone's New Year's resolution to get fit! Yesterday, the deal of the day was fitness DVD bundles. Today, it's EA Sports Activefor the Wii, for $39.77. As I've mentioned before, this is a pretty fun and effective workout, at least for cardio and upper body. Compared to Wii Fit,it's a much more effective cardio workout - and though the games on Wii Fit are more fun, I found that after a few weeks, they completely threw my back of alignment and I had to stop using it immediately. So obviously, I'm a much bigger EA Active fan over the Wii Fit. Disclosure: I'm an Amazon affiliate, so any purchase you make after entering Amazon through a link on Chief Family Officer supports this site at no additional cost to you. Thank you!

Bank of America is continuing to sponsor free museum admission during the first weekend of each month through September at participating institutions.

Get a printable coupon for a free travel size item with purchase at Bath & Body Works. (Via Coupon Geek.)

Money Saving Mom has a roundup of printable coupons, including Buy One, Get One Free Steaz tea.

Makes and Takes shares some ideas on how to use leftover candy canes. (Via Like Merchant Ships.)

Get a printable coupon for $1 off Chinet Comfort Cups.

Stretching a Buck is giving away Cheryl & Co. Brownies. Ends 1/9.

Erica, the author of I Heart Wags, reports that the $3 Neosporin lip coupon (registration required) has reset. You can use this coupon in to make a dollar at Walgreens in the scenario at the bottom of this Common Sense with Money post.

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