Divide and transplant your own plants and bulbs after they bloom. Your bulbs need to be divided to continue to produce flowers every several years. Bulbs that thrive from this include lilies, daffodils, and crocuses. The result will be many more flowers and a beautiful garden! For more info, see http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/annuals/dividing-hardy-bulbs/.
Gymboree has great sales, and you get great return on your investment when you go to re-sell these to consignment, because the clothes and colors last.
Hanna Andersson is another great place to shop for kids’ clothes that you can pass down. Well-made, and they last.
Instead of paying for cable, use your built-in HD tuner in your TV to receive digital channels for no charge. We have been cable-free for many years now and do not miss our cable bill! We get just as many or more channels in HD with our TV that has a built-in HD tuner, including HGTV, ESPN, Travel Channel, Disney, and all of the basic local channels. The channel numbers seem to change frequently, so one way to find the channels is simply to have your TV periodically do a channel setup search. The number of channels you receive is based on your geographic location’s ability, and it varies. For more information, see this helpful article from Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/b?node=8074777011
Shop ahead for the next year, and put away clothes until then. Right now is a great time to get kids’ winter clothes greatly marked down. Buy a size up, and put them away. You will see the same clothes next fall in the stores at full prices. Macys.com is a great place to find kids’ clothes on sale and clearance. Sometimes there are exclusions to Macy’s additional coupons and promo codes, but hopefully you can click below and get some great deals using promo code “deals.” Free shipping with $99 purchase, and free returns to any store make this an easy way to stock up for next year.
Say “DONE!” to that dreaded shopping trip! Shop at Walmart.com, and get the same items that you’d buy in the store, delivered to your door! Same low prices, and delivery is free when you spend over $50. Save your list at walmart.com and reorder easily.
Do you have kids in tow, have trouble getting around, or just dread the trip to the store in rain, snow, sleet…? I have dreamed of the day when I could shop online, get fair prices, and not have to buy in bulk, and walmart.com is one supplier that is helping fulfill that need! The best aspect is being able to save your shopping list, so you don’t have to look through all of the products to find yours every time you reorder.
I give a word of caution, however, since this is a new process: choose the items you order carefully. Their shipping methods are not up to par with Amazon, so while liquids come in ziplock bags to protect against leakage, I have already experienced a dented cheerio box with opened ingredients and a broken dispenser cap on liquid detergent. Even so, it’s hard to beat having all of those bulky items like toilet paper and paper towels delivered right to your door, for the same price, with thousands of products available for online purchase. You can prevent impulse purchases in the store by sticking to your list online, and check one thing off your To Do list easily!
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