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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Zaycon Meats are amazing! Bacon, Chicken, Ham & more!

Zaycon offers the freshest meats you can buy and it's sold in bulk, so you can split the packages with friends, or repackage them and freeze them yourself! They offer their incredible deals across the country, so everyone can sign up. If they don't have an event near you - sign up anyway! Once they get a good number of people signed up in a new area, they start offering events there too!


The next event they have is the Bacon & Ham event.   The bacon deal is 30 lbs (in two boxes - each has two 7.5 lb pkgs of hickory smoked bacon - super easy to share with a friend or two!) for $3.29 a lb. - such a great deal!! The ham deal is two individually packaged 10 lb hams for $3.29 a lb. Again - this is perfect for sharing with a friend - you each get a 10 lb ham and you each save a bundle!!   They also offer deals at various times throughout the year on fresh meat and produce, for example - fresh boneless, skinless natural chicken breasts (our favorite!), bing cherries, fresh strawberries, Wild Alaskan-Caught Sockeye Salmon, Wild Alaskan True Cod Fillets, and more!  It is worthwhile to register so you can see what events are coming your way!

With Zaycon, you order online, then on the day of the event, you drive through a local church or other pick up spot to have your order loaded right into your car - quick & easy! If you use my referral link, I get a small credit when you purchase, so I'd be grateful if you'd click through here to sign up! : ) https://www.zayconfoods.com/refer/zf118657   and you'll need to enter my referral name, which is aimeeransom.

Thanks!!  Let's all save money on great, natural foods!


Giveaway ~ Safees Traffic Reflectors



First, my apologies to my sponsor, Safees Traffic Reflectors.  They sent me samples and reflectors to give away just before my Nana passed away, and I've been SO lax in getting this posted.  Blogging has been difficult to get back to, but I'm getting there.   Thanks for being patient with me, y'all!

Halloween is almost upon us.  Kids love to trick or treat in the dark, but parents worry! Even if you are out with your kids, you worry about the cars driving through your neighborhood.  Can they see your kids?  Or if you have little ones who get on the bus in the dark each morning - can the drivers headed out to work see them?  Does your family walk at night? How visible are you to the drivers on the road?  One more thing to worry about, right Moms?

Here is some information from Safees ~

On average, a pedestrian is killed in a traffic crash every 120 minutes. Almost two-thirds of pedestrian fatalities occur when the light condition is either dark or dark with street lights.

No matter how well a driver thinks he can drive, the fact is that visibility is severely impaired in the dark. Pedestrians, bicyclists, skaters and others not driving a vehicle are at great risk to be hurt simply because they are not clearly visible to traffic.  In order to reduce traffic accidents and make our children and ourselves safer on US roads, Safees is introducing hard prism traffic safety reflectors to the USA.


Safees are hard prism reflectors that are attached by a simple pin to your clothes at knee or thigh height. By letting the Safees swing freely, facing traffic, it will reflect oncoming cars’ headlights and increase your visibility, alerting drivers to your presence on the road and giving drivers more time to stop or steer clear,  avoiding accidents.  Check out this video to see Safees in action!  It is amazing to see how low visibility is without Safees.  Be prepared ~ you will be shocked at the difference they make!

Did you know that Scandinavian countries have the best traffic safety records in the whole world and reflectors are household staples?   In fact,  in Sweden every school child wears one and traffic fatalities involving children are the lowest in the world (WHO: Global Status report on Road Safety).  Why don't we in the US use them? 

Safees are super-easy to wear -as I mentioned before, you just clip or pin one on you or your child at knee or thigh height on the side facing traffic. That is where a car's headlight will hit, making them shine brightly in the night!  You can buy a clip for the reflector on the Safees site for only .75.   We will be wearing ours on Halloween and any other time we are out at night - it's such an easy way to stay visible and safe!  Your kids will love wearing them, because they come in a variety of shapes, colors and interests!  (I've chosen to show the soccer ball, bear and owl,  but there are plenty more on the website!)

Safees are manufactured in Finland and are CE and Lloyds certified.  Safees adheres to all relevant ISO standards as well as meeting the very high EU standards for environmental consideration; no waste is produced when manufacturing Safees and, naturally, Safees are themselves 100% recyclable.  :0)

Safees can be attached to anyone moving around in traffic: pedestrians, cyclists, horses, strollers, pets, skaters, etc.   This is one of my favorite products of 2012 - it's affordable, easy to use, and will help keep you and your kids safe!

Safees are available at www.safees.com. They are $6 each and come in wide variety of fun designs and colors, as I mentioned above.  Discounts are available for schools and nonprofit organizations.   Also,  for Just Kidding Around Atlanta readers, use code Safeesbacktoschool2012 for 15% off at www.safees.com.  

Now for my giveaway!  Safees has generously provided a pack of three assorted Safees plus clips for each. You only need one per person, so you will get enough for three people!  Since this is running late,  I can't guarantee they will arrive in time for Halloween, but the time change is coming up soon.  That means it will be getting darker earlier and these will be a great winter accessory for your family!  There are two mandatory entries via rafflecopter, and then several options to get extra entries.  I will draw the winner on Sunday night and notify them by email.  Thanks for stopping by, and good luck!