RAQ: What did you buy at Lulu.com?

So Lulu.com has this great coupon going on… now through November 30th, you can save $20 off of a $20 order!  Score!!!  A few people have asked what I plan on ordering.  I’ll tell ya, I had a very difficult time choosing.  There are tons of great books on this site, including cook books, homeschooling books (Math Mammoth, The Ordinary Parent’s Guide to Teaching Reading, etc), kid books, birth books… lotsa books!

What I decided to do was to JUST order ebooks… This eliminates a shipping cost and can truly make your purchase 100% free (like mine!)

I decided to order homeschooling resources and my order receipt looks like this:
1 of WISE SHORT TALES by Maria Screbtsova ( download ) $0.00
1 of VIRTUES, WISDOM, KINDNESS by Alexandra Lopatina ( download ) $0.00
1 of THE WORLD OF FRUITS by Maria Skrebtsova ( download ) $0.00
1 of THE WORLD OF VEGETABLE by Alexandra Lopatina ( download ) $0.00
1 of Quick Cooking with Kids by Mily Sousa ( download ) $0.00
1 of Beginning Illustrartion for Children by Soar Leadership Company ( download ) $0.00

It was exactly $20!  Woot!

When you are checking out, go ahead and register, input your info… and since mine was $20, I put Paypal as my payment method and then put the coupon code in and clicked the button to submit the order… once I did that, it refreshed the page, applied the coupon, and I had to hit the order button again (It told me that no payment was due on my order).

My downloads were available immediately!  I ALWAYS save my ebooks and other pdf files on my computer temporarily in a file and upload it to Google Docs very shortly after.  Then I just delete the files from my computer and log in to Google Docs to access my files later… this way I’m using less space on my computer AND I’m making my files available to me at any time on any computer with internet access. 🙂

About Jenn L

Jenn lives in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and 5 children. The family likes to eat healthy and try new recipes. Jenn homeschools all of the kids. She is heavily involved with local bloggers and is slightly addicted to social media.