If you are interested in learning how to reach financial independence and receive passive income, please visit his blog dibidend.com. The website is still under construction, but you can still see his portfolio and monthly dividend income progress. Being in the military for 10+ years, he hopes to retire by 40, or if possible earlier.
On another note, today, I received my very first PINCHme sample box! I was a little skeptical at first and thought I wouldn’t receive anything substantial, but I WAS WRONG.
The thing with PINCHme is that you often have to wait a long time to receive the samples… I ordered them in October and received them over 20+ days later. I shouldn’t complain I guess because it’s FREE.
I’m sure my Chihuahua is going to love his dog treat and I could use that Scotch Brite to wash our dirty dishes.
PINCHme requires you to give a review of all the samples/products you ordered. Once I use them I will write an honest review.
Thanks for stopping by! Please check out PINCHme, it’s an awesome website and I did receive all these samples for free.
My husband and I have been trying to find ways to cut down on our grocery bill every month without compromising the taste and quality of our daily meals. I found this amazing blog that offers amazing budget-friendly recipes:
Coming from Canada and being myself a military brat, I was still surprised how generous many American businesses are when it comes to giving discounts and free stuff to military service members and their dependents. Below, I have listed what I believe are great/good discounts. If you want a complete list of military savings, please visit Military Benefits or Military.com.
*** In order to qualify for these freebies & discounts, you need to show proof of military/active duty/veteran/dependent status.