I’ll be honest, I haven’t done much in the way of trying products or even using that many products this month. Most of the month was centered on not throwing up so you can imagine that make-up and really pretty much anything involving me being upright, hasn’t really been used this month.
However, there was one thing I tried this month and it worked out great. So, in addition to not wearing make-up, I rarely wanted to leave the house, especially towards the beginning of October when the nausea was exacerbated by my anxiety meds. But, at the beginning of every month, I generally go to the store for all the household and toiletry goods that need to be restocked. So this was a dilemma with an actually easy answer.
I used Amazon Prime Pantry. It comes with our Prime service. Basically, for $5.99, Amazon gives you a Pantry box to fill up with random household and grocery items. And there are coupons available on a lot of the products. In fact, I think I had 7 dollars worth of coupons which actually covered the cost of the box. You don’t have to fill up the box, either, and since I don’t have to get a whole lot of things, this worked perfectly for me.
And, overall, I saved about $20 compared to going to the store. I know this sounds like a commercial, but it was actually amazing. I’m so thankful to live in the generation where I can shop for the things I need without leaving the couch (especially when I have a difficulty leaving the couch anyway).
Amazon Prime is more than just two-day free shipping. And they are coming up with new ways to serve their customers all the time. If you have seen some of my book reviews, you might notice something like this at the bottom of these posts:
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