Wednesday, July 29, 2009

TOS Subscription



About six months ago I got a subscription to The Old Schoolhouse magazine when they had some outrageous deal going on, and I have not regretted it since.


Along with the magazine I receive a fresh dose of homeschool inspiration covering a variety of topics, both practical and theoretical to give my homeschool day the makeover it needs now and then. I appreciate the wisdom from veteran, and "retired", homeschoolers. I soak up the tips and ideas for unit studies or handling a problem that I find myself wrestling with.


Each publication reminds me that I am normal. :-) And, it encourages me to know I don't struggle alone through Algebra, spelling woes, and trying to somehow get all the housework done on top of it. It's always good to know that many others walk this same path.


Well, if you could use some of that encouragement delivered to your mailbox, they have another pretty incredible deal going on right now.


They already had a sweet deal with 19 free gifts (scroll and click through that link to find out about all the goodies -- from gifts cards to DVD classes) coming your way for the first 5,000 people to sign up for a two year subscription (fyi, at last count 1,000 people had already taken advantage of this deal). Now, you can get an extra $5 off using this code: ELSGL5OFF


It says their gifts can't be combined with any other offers, but this offer was made specially to work with the subscription and gifts, just plug it in during check out for the extra $5 off. For $34 you can enjoy all the free gifts plus a two-year subscription to The Old Schoolhouse Magazine. Just make sure you enter that code when you check out to get your extra $5 off. And, share that code around with anyone you want to. That code can be used by anyone (in the US) and everyone to enjoy this deal and all these great free gifts (until they run out, of course).


I know you won't be disappointed in the quality of their magazine, and the meaty content it brings with it. It has been a great encouragement to me, and I wanted to share my enthusiasm with you.

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