Thanks to lovely bloggers who dedicate their time to finding sweet deals, coupons, and promo codes, I have been able to snag several awesome buys in the past. My favorites are always those that help my grand total fall to under $5 – or better yet, FREE.
I found Schoola, an online shop that consigns kids, juniors, and women’s clothing from big brands for great prices. You can find cute styles from J Crew, Old Navy, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, White House Black Market, and tons more for up to 70% off retail.
PLUS, right now, they are offering free shipping on ANY order, no matter the total.
PLUS PLUS, they donate 40% to local schools! The donation amount is taken from the total BEFORE discounts or coupons. I got some absolute steals and my purchase still gave back $10.87!
I used a combination of offer codes I found online to score 3 maternity dresses for just $2!! Here’s how:
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I have often been asked what my kitchen staples are. With such a restrictive diet – gluten free and strict vegetarian – most people marvel at the fact that I manage to even stay alive. But with a strong background in nutrition and a love for experimenting with food, I never have pantry shortages.
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Not even 2 years ago, I was engaged to be married to someone I thought was right for me. There was my mistake. The decision was made by me and my (lack of) judgment. I have always found myself drawn to “broken” people – hurting, lost, damaged, in need of love or some sort of rescue that I selfishly thought I could provide. It made me feel needed and fulfilled a gave me a sense of dependence from the other person. Under those standards, I had found my Prince Charming. It wasn’t until 2 weeks before the wedding that God slapped me in the face, turned my attention back to Him, and told me I was about to go through with something that would ultimately make me unhappy and unfulfilled. I listened and called off the wedding. It was the best decision of my life.
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