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This week in deals: Buy 2, get 1 free sitewide at The Body Shop

Now that the kids are back in school, it's time to focus on yourself and your home.

I'm sure that if you're anything like me, your home has been turned upside-down from play-dates and leading up to school starting, your were ready to pull out all your hair from the kids fighting.

I know this feeling all too well. So in honor of us, I bring you this week's top 5 deals:

Deal #1: Don't you think it's about time for us to take a real bath, uninterrupted, with some peace and quiet? Right now, use this offer from The Body Shop to buy 2 and get 1 free sitewide. It's time for some "me" time! Expires 9/15/2013. 
Deal #2: I find that drawing and painting is very therapeutic. I get to release any stress that I have and also be creative at the same time. Use this coupon from and save 40% off your highest priced item. Expires 12/31/2013.

Deal #3: My kids have lots of toys, books, clothes and everything else. When everything is organized, it's very manageable and presentable. However, after play-dates, it looks like everything threw up in the middle of the room. In order to help you organize all of those things, use this coupon from The Container Store to save 25% on your purchase and 25% off of installation. Expires 10/20/2013.

Deal #4: If you want to save on a salon day, workout day or mommy doesn't want to cook day, use this coupon from LivingSocial and get 20% off your entire purchase. Expires 8/31/2013.

Deal #5: Considering how hard you worked this summer, not only do you need a break, but you need to reward yourself. Besides diamonds, shoes and handbags are a girl's best friend. With this coupon from Amazon save 30% on your first item order on select shoes and handbags. Expires 12/31/2013.

Hopefully, these deals have inspired you to take some time for your hardworking selves. We need to be rewarded too! See you next week, when I bring you 5 more awesome offers!


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