Mar
28
2009

How Moms Should Spend Wisely

As a mother, I love to spend for my baby; I love to buy her a new dress, a new doll and other baby stuffs that I think she will love. But lately, I have realized that spending on these things that she might overgrow very soon is a sort of “waste of money” and If  I continue to overspend on the unnecessary stuffs, I’m pretty sure I will end up “busted”.

So what I am doing now is to only buy things that my baby will need on a day-to-day basis, just like her diapers, milk and other stuffs like her vitamins; even so, I still wish I could buy something for myself just once in a while.

Since I am mostly online, I try to surf some online shops for “window shopping” purposes and I’m just glad that I landed on Sears because they now offer a 75-80% OFF ORIGINAL PRICES ON FALL and WINTER APPAREL. Hurry, as this will only be until April 18th.

Here’s another deal from Sears, just check out Busted Moms on Facebook, become a fan and join their contest, just like what I did and who knows, you, too, can have a chance to win $25,000 prize package from Sears.

Want some more good news? If you are already a twitter member, just follow @bustedmoms, for they will be giving away Sears gift cards to people who feels busted by the economy and still provide updates on hot deals going on at Sears.

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Praning5254 is an insomniac who started blogging since 2008. She is an educator and a Clinical Instructor offline, who has the passion for gadgets and other technology-related stuffs. Online, she maintains several blogs of various niches, which depicts her passion for technology, health, food, movies, books and other interesting stuffs.

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  • I never try this kind of shopping(online) but my sister always do this as i noticed she had no issues of complaining about her purchase items, so online maybe is not that bad at all 🙂

  • Shopping online is so easy and you can find such great deals out there. You can visit a lot more stores online in one hour than you can in person.

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