Shopping online is just plain smart…
It is so efficient with both time and money!
I love that online shopping allows me to see so many more choices, it opens up a world of possibilities to my design creativity.
If you see anything on my blog that you want more information on, ie: sizing, quality etc. where to purchase, just comment or email me! I’d be thrilled to share the shopping links and info with you. (I do try to include some of that info on most posts, but I know I miss a lot, so just holler!) 🙂
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Here are my all time favorite places to shop online. In fact, I start on this exact page and click through the links for shopping when I’m searching for a product!
These are my online ‘go to’ places to find treasures at… (be sure to check their online clearance items too!)
And of course Amazon and Ebay are both staples for me finding just about anything. During our whole house renovation, I used Amazon several times to find different plumbing and hardware pieces at the best price anywhere!
Decor Steals and Antique Farmhouse
are really fun resources for vintage looking items. I love the antique reproduction rolling iron laundry basket I found there. They only sell a few items, and have limited quantities, so it’s fun to frequently check them out for what’s in today!
If you’re shopping for a better blog, so to speak…
I’m not much of a ‘techy’ person, but I gotta tell ya… ever since I finally upgraded to the Genesis Framework, I’m elated, to say the least!!
And even in my ‘un-techy-ness’ I can figure it out, and have loved working with it to get my site to look exactly how I want it to.
I encourage you to check the genesis framework out: (the possibilities are endless)
I also am still thrilled with BlueHost, for my host, they are so patient in helping and take the time to explain my questions on my level of understanding.
Are you starting to think about getting a little more serious about your blog? I’d recommend setting it up correctly from the get-go or as soon as you can to alleviate frustration later on.