Hello oh thrifty ones!
I've realized something about being a Walmart shopper vs. being a Target shopper. I'm already not a Target fan due to their pick-your-favorite-gender bathroom policy from last year (which, by the way, was a financial disaster for them), but even if that issue could be set aside, I find Target to be a budget buster for me.
It's too easy to spend money in Target. From the one dollar (which now can be $3, I guess?) bins to the clearance women's clothes, then stationery, and of course throw pillows, and hey look the RUGS ARE ON SALE!
Total: $131, and I walked in there with a list that said:
- lunch meat
- kid toothbrush
So is it sad to say that at least partially, I'm a Walmart shopper because I buy less there? It's a less aesthetically-appealing store? But therein lies the answer: It's a less appealing STORE. As brick-and-mortars go, their inventory doesn't hold a candle to Target's in-stock homewares. But their website? Gold. And, hence, this series of posts, which highlights things I've discovered through their website and app. And ad least for me, when I'm able to peruse items online, I'm less likely to do impulse buys--and much more likely to add it my cart, then click "save for later," and think about it for days, or weeks, or until it fits in my monthly budget.
WHEW! Here's the stuff happily languishing in my cart:
1 / Modern Farmhouse Storage Cabinet, Rustic Gray Finish
2 / Distressed Ogee Area Runner
3 / Indigo Border Medallion Rug
undying love to my jute rug? The love is still there, but the thrill is gone. I'm itching to put something soft under Stevie's little crawling knees. Largest size it comes in is 5x7 for $68. Very World-Market-ish.
4 / Set of 4 Rustic Frames, 11x14 matted to 8x10
5 / Carter's 2-piece cotton pajama set
I keep meaning to just buy these already for Gus. $6.97!
6 / Pioneer Woman Ticking Stripe Comforter
It had me at the words: "100% cotton" and "reverse is floral print." #hearteyes
7/ Pioneer Woman throw pillows
That's it for my cart! Linking up with Kelly for 7 quick takes.