It may be stereotypical of me, but I love to shop. I can’t help myself. I think that finding a good deal is like playing a fun game, and when you find something you want or need for the best price- you win. It’s a sense of accomplishment, bragging rights, and winning all wrapped up in a nice little box.
Sometimes I window shop online just to pass the time. Maybe that’s a little strange, but occasionally you can find good deals you wouldn’t have otherwise, or get ideas on how to change things up a little with your style or in your home.
Browsing for new furniture because the kids have ruined yours? How about a miami shores 8-drawer white armoire chest to fill that void? It sure is pretty.
Sweat your workout clothes into oblivion (or just sat on the couch until the butt wore out?)- Oh, lookie, I found a nice pair of women’s athletic shorts with pockets to replace them with!
Walls in the house looking a little stale and in need of new decoration? I came across a really cool walmart atomic clock! I could find a place for that!
Honestly, it’s a good thing I don’t have a credit card or we might be in some serious trouble.
Just remember: calories don't count today. But just in case... wear stretchy pants. pic.twitter.com/vOCiF0YpEG
Being a parent makes you thankful for some weird shit holdinholden.com/2013/11/what…
My favorite part of Thanksgiving is the part where my kids whine about being hungry all day and then only eat mashed potatoes.
What you REALLY need to make Holiday (or ANY) Travel Bearable goo.gl/fb/1BdFtj
Other moms: I finished Christmas shopping for my kids in June! Me: pic.twitter.com/FT3tlWGWd2
@CJPendragon learn something new every day!
@WeberWriting Absolutely. It takes a bit of time and juggling but it is 100% doable. Just have to ignore the sanctimommies of the world