I found a kids consignment online so I am trying them out. I have been looking for some outlet where I could send my children's winter clothing as I can't really send them to my niece and nephews in the Philippines. There is no consignment store here in our area so sending it online is the only way. Anyway, here are the ones I sent to Swap.com, a kids consignment online where you can sell, swap, and shop. These are in really great condition.
I remember the days when we bought this coat for our son, he was tiny then. We paid over a hundred bucks I believe for this coat at Baby Gap. We should have never bought things like this that are expensive because kids really grow up so fast and they don't get to use the clothing very much and they outgrew them so fast.
My husband does not care for price, as long as it is high quality product, he would buy it for our kids. My daughter's coat was from Baby Gap too. I think we paid like $75 bucks for it. Below are some of the coats that are still in great condition.
<y kids only used these snow suits a couple of times, they hated this kind of clothing lol.
My husband told me that I should give it to Goodwill but I wanted to at least try to sell it so I could swap it with something for my kids. With money so tight these days, I really have to find ways to at least have a little extra. Let us see if this one pan out. If not, I won't try sending anymore.
Our son is growing like a weed. He outgrown his clothing and shoes very fast so we have to buy him clothes all the time. We used to buy him Levi's jeans but we realized that it is not with it as he only wears it for s short period of time and we have to buy again.
On the first week of November hubby and I went to the store and bought him some jeans as all his pants were short already, he is definitely getting taller.
Glad that the ones we bought fit him perfectly even if he wasn't with us when we bought it.
He had fun trying them all when he got home from school.
Next time we shop, we will be looking for a suit that he need to wear for his communion next year.
I am shopping around for some good health insurance policy. I am glad that there are so many online resources for it. The other day, my husband took home the health and dental policies that the company is offering. The Obamacare affects the coverage that employees receive from the company he is working for. I would say that this Obamacare is somehow not helping the working people but does provide great coverage for those who doesn't, so frustrating. I was trying to open this website, http://www.nchealthagency.com but it just leads to an error. I am trying to research as much as I could to find out if we could find a policy that would best suit our needs on a budget.
The month of October was full of twist and turns for us. My family back home had so many troubles and hubby and I had to squeeze our budget to help out. On the lighter note, I am so happy that a lot of my online friends lent their hands and helped us out. It melt my heart to know that there are people out there who cares and I truly thank God for that! Hubby also have some difficulty at work but all his hard work paid off. He got the position he applied for and was given a little bit of raise. IT wasn't much but it's good enough to make him feel like it's worth working there.
I told my husband that he can have this Artistic Executive Organizer Desk Pad that Shoplet have sent me for review so he could use it to organize his desk. He said that he don't really need one just yet. Today, he will officially assume the role that he got at work so he is very excited for that.
I love how luxurious this fine-grain leather-like surface desk pad looks. It is accented with decorative stitching and it truly makes your desk look like an executive one. I love the header panel which features the built-in storage. The cover flips open easily and keeps items neatly hidden ( as shown on the picture above). There are five compartments to fit business cards, paper clips, pens, pencils, small note pads, coins, and more. This is perfect for any executive office and it makes it elegant for home offices as well. There are two sewn corner flaps at the bottom edge that offer additional storage of small papers and business cards. It looks and feels like genuine leather! It is more durable and offers smooth writing feel. I really love this! You can get it for $39.96 at Shoplet website.
Shoplet have everything that you need for your business and home including office supplies, office stationary, promotional products, and many others such as medical supplies . Thank you once again Shoplet and Artistic! Disclosure: The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review. Opinions expressed is not in anyway influenced by other factors. The product/s mentioned above was provided for FREE for evaluation purposes.
I bought this lunch blox at KMart on sale for $7.99. Not bad for a set huh? What I like about it is that, it has the blue ice pack that you can use when you want your food to stay cool. I originally bought this for my husband but my son love his school lunch on these containers so he 's been using it since.
It stacks compactly because of its unique design so you can put it i a lunch bag with any problem of leaks or having the containers tilts. This is a perfect sandwich kit as it holds wide range of basic and specialty bread. The side and snack containers are great addition as well because you get to organize them in different storage/containers. I'd say that this is a great buy. Would you pay $7.99 for this kit?
If you are a person that works with tools as a profession or as a serious hobby, your workspace is an important element in how fast and how well you can complete your work. With a cluttered workspace, you can easily lose the tool you need or not have enough space to create your next project. When this happens, it is time to reorganize your workspace. Not sure where to start? Here are some tips that will get your workspace together in no time.
Get Rid of What You Don't Need
The biggest reason that a workspace can get cluttered is because there is a lot of stuff laying around. In many cases, you may be able to get rid of some things that you no longer need. Things like scrap materials from your last project, broken tools and other things can be sorted and purged to clear out your space. This is also the time to take an inventory of tools so that you can get rid of what you no longer use.
Sort Your Tools
Sorting and organizing your tools is a great way to see what you have, what you don't want anymore and what you may still need to get for your specific type of work. This sorting process will also let you see what will need in terms of better tool storage. If you have the habit of losing your smaller tools, finding the right storage option can eliminate this occurrence.
Find the Right Storage Options
The last step to getting your workspace clear and reorganized is installing the right tool and material storage options. The storage options you choose will depend on the amount of tools you have, the size of the tools and how you would like to arrange them. You can use everything from large storage benches to stack-on tool boxes to make sure the tools you need will be right at your fingertips whenever you are working.
Reorganizing your workspace doesn't have to take a lot of time or effort. With just a little work each day, you can have your workspace looking spectacular in no time so you can get back to doing what you love.
Since hubby have lost more than 30 pounds, we went for some clothes shopping a couple of months ago for his summer clothes. His former shorts and shirts are too loose already so we had to find him medium sizes shirts and 32 inches waist shorts. We bought all the items below on sale at TJ Maxx
We also bought some shirts and short for our son.
And I scored me a shirt for $4.99, yay!
For all of these items, I think we paid a little over a hundred bucks which isn't bad.
She won an international smile contest for the month of October 2009. This contest was sponsored by Division of Pediatric Dentistry, Department of Oral Health Sciences, University of British Columbia, Canada.