Uncommon Goods is one of my favorite sites. I always try to make a point every Christmas to get everyone a unique gift. This site has loads of items and ideas. Who wants to be “common” anyway?

Blue Ribbon General Store is a recent find. I love Real Simple magazine and they had featured an item from this site. The store is based out of Brooklyn, New York. Again, very much like Uncommon Goods but they did have some unique items as well.

One of my new favorite online stores is Joseph Joseph. This store is strictly geared toward the kitchen. Everything from here is brightly colored. They also offer a lot of really great space-saving items which is a big plus for my non-existent counter space.

Alright, yet again, a site featuring kitchen items. William Bounds Ltd. has already inspired me with a couple of gift ideas for some people this Christmas. Namely, Pat’s brother who is terribly difficult to buy for.  A lot of their items focus around mills and grinders for spices and salt (salt considered a spice?).

If you can dream it Vat19 probably has it. From soap made from beer to a tripod that screws on the top of a water bottle so you can take pictures. Just head over to this site and be prepared to spend some time going “who thinks of this stuff?”

An outlets store online dealing with kitchen items. Have you noticed I am a bit obsessed with kitchen gadgets. Check out the Kitchen Outlet. I love that they have items for tea lovers since my mother in law is one. Makes finding her gifts a tad easier.

Oh my. I was in awe when I found this site. Ever since finding out about PCSing to Europe I have been obsessed with bicycles. Adeline Adeline bicycles (you can’t even say “bikes” when talking about this company) are all handmade. They have all the accessories for bicycles from baskets to bells.

Izola is pretty much and Anthropologie store for you bathroom. They have some really cute shower curtains and other little knick knack  items for the bathroom.

Not on the High Street is a UK based company who boasts some awesome gifts! I have fallen in love with their personalized prints (which make great wedding gifts).

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If you enjoy couponing or like getting free stuff here is a list of sites that I check on a regular basis. Just a little tip, if you are signing up for free stuff set up a “dummy” email account so all the junk mail goes there instead.

Coupons, Savings and Freebie Sites
Hip 2 Save
– She is a military wife also. Does an amazing job with this site.
Mojo Savings – Great resource for free items, and they have a coupon database.
Who Said Nothing in Life is Free – Site name says it all.
Jessica’s Coupons – She always finds good deals on clothing online.
Coupon Katarina – She is based out of Orlando, so this is a good site for all of my Publix shoppers.
Wicked Cool Deals – There is a lot on this site so take your time.
The Freebie Blogger – I have gotten a lot of free stuff from this site
Coupon Cabin – Give a lot of good online coupons to use.
Southern Savers – Does a good job of breaking down large chain store savings.
Restaurant.com – If you are wanting to try a new restaurant but cheap. Go here and see if they have it listed. One of our favorites is on here and i get $25 gift certificates sometimes for just $1
Rent the Runway – literally a rent and return on designer outfits. Hello? How fun!

One Day Deal Sites
Tanga
– This site is great for finding random t-shirts, magazines and more. Deals only last a day.
Woot – Another one day sale site. They also have a Wine Woot, T-Shirt Woot and more
Rue La La – This site offers 24 hour sales on some pretty high name brands. If you watch it closely you can get some great deals.
ideeli – I find a lot these 24 hour sales places but they do have some awesome deals.

**Of course don’t forget sites like Groupon, Yipit, Living Social, Eversave, and Half Off Depot which offers deals locally.

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