Saturday, July 30, 2011

It's Summer in Paris

If you're a lover of literature or just want to seem like it, The Paris Review finally came out with a beach blanket, complete with a Leanne Shapton illustration. It's $20 and you can buy it on their blog.

If you want to pay $20 more, and get a full year's subscription to the Paris Review, which is a hefty (about 200 pages) quarterly filled with serial fiction, poetry, essays, letters and the like from some of the finest minds around, the beach towel comes free. Offer good in the US only.

Discount on PBS Mysteries and Music Titles

Good Saturday morning!

If you are a fan of PBS Mysteries, they are having a 15% off sale if you visit known for their quality, it's never too early to stock up for holiday gifts, birthday gifts, Mothers or Fathers day gifts or... for your own personal library!

They are also having a Buy More Save More on music DVD titles - 155 off $50, 20% off $75.


Monday, July 18, 2011

Sleep Wear That Makes You Sleep Well

Have you heard of this company? I had not. It produces beautiful premuim sleep and lounge wear (heck, it could be yoga or beach wear too), and organic cotton tops, all "made with hope in India".

In sizes ranging from 4 to 18 (and may be smaller or bigger depending on the style) in a wonderful range of patterns and color, all with an Indian flair. They are reasonably priced.

Each PUNJAMMIE™ is created in an after-care facility for women who have been rescued, released or escaped from a life of forced prostitution.

You can read more about that by clicking HERE.

Oh, you must try!

Thank you to commenter ORKMOMMY who said:

Most women like a pair of lounge pants, so why not support a worthy cause while wearing them?!?! I'm getting a pair soon.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

For the Photographer

Do you have a photographer in your life? Perhaps you're a shutterbug yourself and in the mood for a little treat. Claiming "only the most Awesome" stuff and free shipping for orders over $50, this site is a must see...

They have quirky and unusual merchandise, things I haven't seen anywhere before.