Online shopping to save time

by Mom, Wife, Business Owner, & Coach

I am a wife and mother of two very busy boys. I run two successful businesses plus I'm a coach. Not to mention that I don't drive.

I too found shopping online has made a tremendous difference in time saving.

More recently I found a site that not only saves me time, it even rewards it's customers with cash back.

I purchase our regular household items, gifts, clothes, electronics,etc.

I also use this site to order my office supplies.

They have large store names you know and love, but don't over look some of the smaller companies.

They have great sales and offer the most cash back. This saves gas too. Hope this can help someone else in their already busy day.

Some store have no sales tax or shipping & handling!

~Stacey C.

Kell’s reply

Thanks so much for your tips to save time.

Grocery shopping is one of those activities that can really put a drag on your day and the more that you can automate it the better.

With technology getting better every day it seems like online shopping is a winner to save time and money.

I really like the way that you can save your lists (and brands) on the online shopping company sites and then it is just a matter of ticking what you want delivered or not.

Generally, it is only a couple of dollars delivery which is what you would have spent on gas alone – not to mention the saved time which can be spent on more high impact activities.

Here are some family time management tips that could be useful to you and your family.

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