Did you know that just 8% of people achieve their New Year’s resolutions? The desire for self-improvement is always an attractive goal with the start of a New Year and many people start with promises of saving money, losing weight, quitting smoking or being an all-around better person. While these intentions are always good, many resolutions fail within the first month due to multiple factors including lifestyle, complexity of resolution and most importantly, trying to make too many big changes at once. So, how can 2017 resolutioners make their goals stick? Here are 6 tips to get you there! Start
When Canadian winters hit, the cost to heat your home can skyrocket if you’re not cautious. To avoid paying out hefty fees to stay warm, here are some reebee approved tips for saving money on energy costs. Cut costs on laundry by reducing heat whenever possible and using cold water to wash clothes. Switching to cold water reduces almost 90% of the energy used while washing clothes. Lower the cost of laundry more by investing in a drying rack. Who says you can only hang dry clothes in the summer? Don’t run the dishwasher on with a half empty machine!
This holiday season, we wanted to express our gratitude to our users. We introduce reebee Days of Christmas, a month long celebration of our users. We have an unbelievable lineup of gifts, valued at over $15,000 and every day one of our incredible retail partners will be sharing an amazing giveaway with the reebee community. We’ll be posting the winners here after each giveaway, so check back often! Think you won a prize in one of our Days? Send an email to email@example.com Leons Samsung 55″ 4K UHD Smart LED TV: Erica Mcallister Columbia $500 voucher for a Columbia Snow Thrower: Kate
On November 24 we launched a giveaway in partnership with Showcase to give 5 lucky people the toy of the year! We thank everyone who participated and would like to congratulate our winners, who have been contacted through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or by email. Lorraine Scott- Hedden from Thorold, ON Brenda Penton from Newfoundland Natasha Lefave Lillian Brown from Ellershouse, NS Derek King from Gander, NL We hope that the Hatchimals will bring a lot of joy to you over the holidays. To those who did not win, stay tuned! reebee Days of Christmas has begun and we have tonnes
Everyone knows that some things really do make life easier and more efficient. Things like dishwashers, espresso machines, mobile phones and elevators make life at reebee a lot easier. Sure these things might seem practical and obvious, but oh how much we miss them once they stop working (RIP to our espresso machine). The holidays are coming soon and we’ve all got family and friends that are difficult to shop for – we decided to put together a list of need-to-have appliances that make life simpler and are great gifts for mom, dad, grandma, the student, and the new married
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Halloween Costume Contest. We were overwhelmed by all the amazing submissions and great costumes that were sent to us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Our random prize winner was an Instagram submission by @cagscoats, who has been contacted. We thank everyone who entered and put the time and effort into making their amazing costumes. With so many amazing costumes, we thought we’d share a snapshot of some of the best ones we saw this weekend. Thank you again and stay tuned for our next contest, coming soon!
What do we call people who don’t like Halloween? Boo-ring. It’s one of our favourite times of the year and we want to make it one of yours too. We’re giving away a $100 VISA gift card and a reebee branded S’well water bottle to one lucky person, just for dressing up this Halloween. Scary simple, right? Just follow these steps to be entered to WIN: Show us your best! Your costume can be scary, funny, cute, clever or whatever you want it to be, but please only send us pictures of appropriate costumes (i.e. if you wouldn’t send it
With less than a week left until the most haunting night of the year commences, homeowners everywhere are getting last minute decorations together for weekend parties and Halloween trick-or-treaters. For hosts and homeowners who want to up their spook factor but don’t want to pay with their soul, here’s a great DIY with supplies you can find from companies on reebee. Bloody Handprint Stickies A simple project with typical household supplies that the kids will love, these handprints and blood drops are a great decoration to add to doors, windows, mirrors and cars. Supplies you’ll need: 1 bottle of non-toxic
When it’s date night and you haven’t planned an impressive meal yet, it’s easy to fall back on your classic chicken or pasta recipe as you run through the grocery store searching for ingredients. This week, reebee has your date night covered with simple ingredients you can find for less on the reebee website or download the app for viewing on the go. Simply search, select and save on great products at a fraction of their typical cost. We promise not to tell your date how much you ACTUALLY spent. Ingredients you’ll need: 2 (6 oz) skinless salmon fillets 1/2 lb
It’s that time of year again. The leaves change colour and stores are divided between Halloween and Christmas decorations. But when no snow is in site and Halloween has yet to pass, breaking out your miniature Santas to decorate might feel a bit too early. Rather than dusting off the red and green decorations for your get-togethers this October and November, create seasonally appropriate decoration with everyone’s favourite ingredient – Pumpkin. This simple DIY is an inexpensive way to show off your love of fall. It’s a great project to get the kids to join in on and is completely customizable