Review of Glassesshop.com

Recently, Glassesshop.com sent me a free pair of eyeglasses to review.   They are a great website in which you can order prescription sunglasses and eyeglasses.

Being a single mom who wears contacts,  glasses were not something I could ever afford.  Everytime I’d get my yearly checkup,  the doctor would ask me to consider purchasing a pair of eyeglasses,  but they weren’t in my budget.  This is why I love Glassesshop.com, they have a lot of cool glasses and frames that you can choose from; and they are very reasonably priced.  

A feature I loved about the website was that you can upload a photo of yourself, and see how your glasses will look on you before ordering the glasses online.

You can track your order on the website by entering your tracking number in the box at the top of the page. If you have any questions, Glasseshop.com has a “Live Chat” link that will allow you to chat directly with a customer service representative. You can also call or email them using the contact information at the bottom of the page.

 The eye glasses I ordered arrived in a small white box. When I opened it, the glasses were in a clear white case with Glassesshop.com printed on it.

 You can use my coupon code GSHOT50 to get 50% off of eyeglasses and prescription sunglasses with free lenses!  This code does not include frames that are on sale.  If you invite your friend to the site, you can get $10.00 off when they use your coupon code.  Your friend will also get 50% off of their first order!  Check out the Glassesshop.com website for more details!

Today is Random Acts of Kindness Day

“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.”
– Leo Buscaglia

Research has shown that the very act of doing something for someone else gives us a chemical high, a higher one, in fact, than if something had been done for us. There was a wise man who once shared a concept “Do not think of those who are in need, such as panhandlers, as seeking charity. They are, instead, providing a service. A service that allows you to get your fix of feel good while simultaneously paying someone for providing it.” It may be a bit more open-minded than some people are ready for, but it certainly helps bring things into light!

  • Bring Breakfast to Work
  • Pay for the person’s coffee behind you in the drive through
  • Take a friend out to lunch
  • Text someone just to say good morning or good night.
  • Visit a nursing home & play games
  • Help someone carry their bags
  • Take a treat to the fire station
  • Tweet or Facebook message a genuine compliment to three people right now.
  • Go through your things and make a donation
  • Smile at 5 complete strangers today
  • Bake for someone and deliver it
  • Tape popcorn to the redbox machine
  • Donate cute pillowcases to the children’s hospital
  • Donate pet supplies to a shelter, and pet some puppies
  • Hang a treat bag on a neighbors door
  • Pick up trash at the park
  • Leave a card in the mailbox for the postman
  • Write a letter to a family/friend and send it off
  • Leave any coupons you don’t need on top of the products at the store.
  • Give 5 people a compliment today
  • Leave dollar bills at the dollar tree in the toy section
  • Make a homemade bird feeder out of a pine-cone, peanut-butter & seeds
  • Call your grandparents. Call them!
  • Leave quarters at the laundromat
  • Donate coloring books to the hospital
  • Leave heads up pennies on the sidewalk.
  • Bring in fun office supplies to liven up the workday for everyone.
  • While you’re out, compliment a parent on how well-behaved their child is.
  • Donate wipes & diapers to a local woman’s shelter
  • Send a thank you note to the police station
  • Let someone go in front of you at the cashier.
  • Call your mom.
  • Tell a mother that they are “an awesome mom” (or father)
  • Scatter wild flower seeds in a field
  • Send pizza to someone who just had a baby, had surgery, or you just think might need a break from dinner making.
  • Leave kindness stones at the park.
  • Babysit for a single mom for free.
  • Smile at everybody. It’s contagious.
  • When you hear that negative, discouraging voice in your head, remember toleave yourself alone — you deserve kindness too!

“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” –Aesop

Any other ways that you have been blessed or blessed someone with a random act of kindness?

#RandomActsOfKindnessDay

Fruity Pebble Treats

My kids love rice Krispie Treats, so I thought I’d change it up for Valentine’s Day

What You Need

  • 3 Tbs Butter
  • 5 1/2 mini marshmallows
  • 6 cups Fruitie Pebbles

Make it on Stove or Microwave

  • Melt butter,  then add marshmallows.
  • Add cereal immediately  and press into greased pan

Make it a Valentine’s Treat

  • Pop out of pan and cut out hearts
  • Drizzle with white chocolate and add Sprinkles