It’s the start of a new year. You probably had to include cutting down expenses in your new year resolutions. You won’t be going on a shopping spree this year, only if you have to, right?
Guest post contributed by Abigail Sabijon
Say you’ve been surfing the net for so long for that adorable birthday present for a best friend, an awesome car accessory or the living room centerpiece you’ve always wanted. Until you stumble upon a relatively new site and they have just what you want. The problem is that tons of shops sprout like mushrooms lately, selling undeniably attractive products (including the one that you’ve always wanted) but how can you tell they’re legitimate and trustworthy? Instead of gambling everything right away, do the following things to make sure you get the best bargain for your money when shopping online.
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“Self-care is never a selfish act—it is simply good stewardship of the only gift I have, the gift I was put on earth to offer to others.”– Parker Palmer
The world is constantly showering us with new problems and worries. A lack of time and overall hasty life pace aren’t helping either. To deal with such stress and pressure, every now and then, you need to dedicate some time to self-indulgence. The good news is that luxury can fit into everyone’s budget, from tight to unlimited. Here are some great suggestions and you choose the ones that match both your wallet and your preference.
When it comes to shopping for spring (or for any season for that matter), it has never been easier to shop from home. You can find practically anything you need to update your wardrobe with just a few clicks of the mouse. However, it’s easy to go overboard or to get the wrong piece, causing you to waste time and money. To avoid any missteps that you might have, why not try implementing these three strategies when you’re updating your spring wardrobe.
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No Crowds, Decisions, Overspending with Wee Blessing
“Can we please leave, Mom?”. “Do we have to go shopping?”. “Are we almost done?”. Unless we are in the toy section, my son strongly dislikes shopping. Those are the questions and comments I hear literally every single time we are in a store. As a matter of fact, the last time I took him shopping, he did not want to try anything on or give any input; hence, we bought nothing. Most of all, he just wanted to get back home to play outside. Wee Blessing lives up to the name by being a true blessing to our family!