Did you ever look at a jar and think, "That's worn out"? Glass objects, like many other things, simply don't "wear out." And even if they show a little wear, it's perfectly acceptable to use them anyway. This means that you can buy them already used. Why spend two dollars on the same jar that you can get for fifty cents or less, used?
There are other things you should never buy new:
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at 8:56AM, 3 years ago |
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Are you raising a left-handed child? No worries. With approximately 10% of the population being left-handed (including President Obama and many former presidents), more and more products are being made to accommodate the needs of left-handed individuals.
Back when I was growing up, there was maybe one kid in my class every year that was left-handed. I distinctly remember that they were encouraged to write with their right hands. To my knowledge, there weren't any left-handed products to meet their needs, so they really had no other options but to use their right hands.
With a lot of research being done on left-handedness, more companies are seeing that there is a demand for left-handed products. If you go to Amazon and search "left-handed," everything from knives to guitars show up on the list.
If your looking to buy a gift for a left-handed child this holiday season, I have five gift ideas for you:
Hope you survived the crazy weekend that started with an early Black Friday and now concluding with Cyber Monday. So what's the hype surrounding Cyber Monday?
Apparently, Cyber Monday is projected to rake in 1.2 billion dollars this year beating last year's record of one billion. That's a massive amount of money made in one day.
Personally, I choose Cyber Monday over Black Friday any day. You have the convenience of shopping at home (save on gas and time), you can browse multiple stores at the same time to get the best deal, you don't have to wait in long lines, and you have the security of not being killed while trying to buy a doorbuster special (it's a crazy day in all aspects).
Summer is here, but sometimes the weather isn't always so nice. You can keep the kids occupied on rainy
days with all the free printables available. Kids will love coloring their favorite characters! There
is even a printable from Disney where you can place your child into the story.
Chuck E. Cheese has a printable rewards calendar you can use for summer chores.
Fisher Price has printable greeting cards for kids to color. You have a lot
to choose from: Cars 2, My Little Pony, Kung Fu Panda, Ratatouille, Yo Gabba Gabba and more.
Make sure you have plenty of ink and paper so you can start printing!
By Jackie.SimioneGuest Blogger
at 7:58AM, 3 years ago |
If you decide to hire a nanny, it will probably be one of the biggest decisions of your life (not to mention, they don't come cheap). Handing your baby over to someone that you don't know on a personal level, in most cases, will be a very difficult experience.