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Diva on a Dime

Posted by on Tue, August 23rd, 2011 at 5:00 pm

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Although many of us believe that it costs a lot of money for a fancy night out on the town, there are ways to have the time of your life at the fraction of the price.  This video from Swagbucks TV gives you some great tips on how to stay divalicious while keeping an eye on your bank account.

I love dining family style – that way you get to try a bunch of different thing rather than just one dish.

What’s your best tip for going out on the town, but staying within budget?


Week in Review – August 20, 2011

Posted by on Sat, August 20th, 2011 at 2:00 pm
Hey Swaggernauts.  I hope you’re all having a lovely Saturday and a wonderful weekend so far.  Let’s take a look back at our exciting week at Swagbucks. On Monday we introduced the new and improved SBTV.  The new makeover will not change the way you earn, how often you earn or how much you earn, but ... Read More »

Rapunzel, Rapunzel Let Down Your Hair

Posted by on Wed, August 17th, 2011 at 3:00 pm
Hey all you ladies out there – looking for the perfect do-it-yourself hair treatment?  I’ve got you covered!  I visited Mother Nature Network to bring you 8 hair care treatments you can make yourself! “For All Hair Types Believe it or not, raw eggs do wonders for your hair.  ”The yolk, rich in fats and ... Read More »

Ask the Swag Gal – August 17, 2011

Posted by on Wed, August 17th, 2011 at 7:00 am
Today’s question comes from a user looking to make the most out of a small space: “My family is starting to store all of our summer things away to prepare for the fall/winter season soon, but our living space is limited. I was wondering if you have any space saver or storage ideas for my ... Read More »

I’m strong to the finish when I eats me spinach!

Posted by on Mon, August 15th, 2011 at 3:00 pm
I don’t know about you, but I am definitely not a fan of spinach (sorry, Popeye).  In fact, as much as I dislike this word, I hate spinach.  However, spinach is one of those vegetables that we really, truly need.  It is filled with tons of important nutrients that help to keep us strong and ... Read More »

Week in Review – August 13, 2011

Posted by on Sat, August 13th, 2011 at 2:00 pm
Happy Saturday!! I hope everyone’s weekend is stupendous, so far!  Let’s take a look at our past week at Swagbucks. Monday was our first day back after our successful Swagbucks Celebration down in San Diego for BlogHer 2011.  All of our Team Swagbucks representatives had a great time meeting all of our bloggers, and I ... Read More »

Get Paid to Shop

Posted by on Thu, August 11th, 2011 at 3:00 pm
Who’s ready for some shopping?  Did you know that you can earn Swag Bucks simply by shopping through our site?  If you’re a shopaholic like me, this will only add to the reward and satisfaction you get out of swiping those credit cards. If you visit the Shop & Earn section of Swagbucks you’ll find hundreds of ... Read More »

You’ve Got Mail

Posted by on Thu, August 11th, 2011 at 10:00 am
Hey there, Swaggernauts!  Are you in the habit of checking your Swagbucks inbox?  If not, you may want to start doing so.  We send out all different ways to earn right to your inbox.  We use this tool to inform you of new exciting items in the Swag Store, new Swagstakes to enter in, Special ... Read More »

Be Ad Rewarded

Posted by on Thu, August 4th, 2011 at 1:00 pm
Some of you may have noticed that Ad Rewards no longer appears on the Swagbucks homepage, but don’t worry, it’s not gone!  You can now access Ad Rewards easily from the Special Offers wall: For those of you who don’t know how Ad Rewards works, it’s very simple.  To access the offers that are best ... Read More »

Comment Hookups

Posted by on Thu, August 4th, 2011 at 7:00 am
For the past few months now you have probably noticed that I am hooking people up for their comments.  But what does that mean?  Well, throughout the day I visit the blog, the Swag Store, and SBTV to read the comments that you Swaggernauts may have left.  I pick three users a day – one ... Read More »