Archive | April, 2013

Tips for Holding a Successful Garage/Yard Sale

30 Apr
My husband and I recently held a garage sale for one day during the citywide sale weekend. We procrastinated (go figure, huh?) and debated whether or not we even wanted to have one. We literally waited until Friday night to get our shit together and get everything set up. I am sooooo glad we did! We ended up making several hundred dollars and we didn’t even have any “big” items to sell.

Whether you have a garage, a porch, a yard, or a driveway … YOU can have a fantastic sale and bring in some cash that you wouldn’t have had 10 minutes ago if you hadn’t had one. Since sale season is upon us, and some of you may have never held one before, I’ve come up with a list of tips to hopefully help you hold a sale of your own. I’m definitely not a garage sale expert, but I also know how to shop at one … and hold a successful one.

So how do you know if you should have a sale? Ask yourself some questions…

Do I need to make some extra money?
Everyone can use some extra cash. Plus it’s a great way to get the kiddos to make their own money.

Do I need to declutter my house/life?
Less is ALWAYS more! Less clutter will make you feel better about yourself and your life and more in control.

Do you have the time?
If you set some space aside to throw stuff in over several months, it’ll make it easier come time for the sale.

Do I have the items that people would actually buy at a sale?
You’ve heard the saying: One man’s junk is another man’s treasure. Think like a shopper. Go to a few sales and see what works and what doesn’t.

Be clear on the purpose of the sale. Are you doing it to make money? Are you doing it to declutter? Are you doing it out of boredom?

Where do you even begin?
As I stated earlier, if you set some space aside to throw stuff you don’t use or no longer need/want, it’ll make it a heck of a lot easier come time to hold your sale.

Price as you go. If you know you’re going to individually price your items, price them as you set them aside in your sale stash.

Check your town’s ordinances. Usually during a citywide sale, they’ll waive the permit fee. Otherwise, you need to call city hall to double check or you’ll end up giving your city some of your earnings.
As you are collecting things for the sale, make sure they are cleaned up and in working order. Nothing is worse than going to sale, asking the seller if the item works, and having them shrug and say they aren’t sure. Or for you to buy something, get it home, only to find out you wasted your money. DON’T be that seller!

Choose a date that is as agreeable with other family members so you’ll have the assistance that you may need. Most sales are on Friday and Saturday and some are just Saturday. The more stuff you have to get rid of, the longer you should consider having the sale. In my area, many like to have 3 or 4-day sales starting on a Wednesday or Thursday and ending on Saturday.

Choosing a start time is just as important as the day. Don’t advertise that the sale opens at 7 am, if you aren’t an early bird. Times differ as much as people and can start anywhere from 6 am to 10 am. Be cautious, however, that if you say you will be open at 8 am, you might have anxious buyers standing in your yard at 7:30. Same goes for shutting down … If you say you’ll be open until 5 PM, don’t close at 4pm.

How should you price your items?
As I stated earlier, think like a shopper. Think of prices you would like to see if you were shopping at a garage sale. The lower you price the item, the faster it will sell, the more money you make, and the less you will have to pack up at the end of your sale. Nobody likes packing up the leftovers.

Price your items large and easy to read. If the buyer can’t tell if you want $5.00 for an item or $2.00 for the item … be prepared to sell for the lower price.

Have bins of $0.25, $.50, etc toys. Kids flock to these and it helps keep them out of the way so mom and/or dad can actually look at the rest of your sale without disruptions.

Do not use plain colored dots (i.e.: Red = $1.00 / Blue = $2.00, etc). This is confusing and time-consuming for the buyer if they have to look at the sign to decipher what price you are asking.

Offer a free pile. Usually best if you throw it down by the curb away from the rest of your sale. A free pile will usually draw in more people as they figure they’re steps away from the rest of the sale.

How do you start preparation?
Decide how many tables, bins, and boxes you will need. Borrow from friends, family, and neighbors if you can. And try to have an extra one to check people out at. If they have an arm full of clothes, it’ll make it easier on both of you.

Keep your sale comfortable. Check the weather the day of the sale. Decide a plan if rain is in the forecast. Most die-hards will still shop in the rain. If it’s hot, keep a mister or fan nearby and buy a six pack of water and/or pop and throw it in a cooler. Many people will be so desperate for one-stop shopping, they’ll buy a can off of you for fifty cents. Meaning you’ve profited!

Type up an ad on Craigslist. You have no reason not to … it’s FREE! This is where 70% of people find out about sales happening in the area (online websites)! And the remaining 30% is just by driving by and seeing the signs.

Advertisement can be done in many different ways. Word of mouth, the newspaper, fliers, Craigslist, signs on the corner, etc.

But again, check with the city first to ask about signage. Sometimes ordinances will prevent you from placing signs in an unwelcome area.

Use large, thick cardboard with bright, vibrant colors that stand out.

Write in large print and make it easy to read.

If you don’t have the nicest handwriting, buy some stencils to make it clearer.

Make sure your signs are anchored into the ground firmly. Don’t forget to make BOTH sides and possibly draw arrows if you can fit them.

Add streamers, balloons, pinwheels, flags, etc. Anything eye-catching. Just be careful with those as well. You don’t want it so flashy it causes a wreck or disrupts traffic in any way.

Only tell the necessary information. Date, time, street address, and arrows. People are driving and don’t (and shouldn’t) take the time to read the rest of the jargon.

Place the signs the NIGHT before your sale so there is less rushing and running around in the morning.

How do I setup and display?
Call it what you want: garage sale, barn sale, yard sale, porch sale, estate sale, sale sale, etc. You don’t have to have a garage to have a sale. If you have items to sell, people don’t care where you’re having it as long as there’s cheap treasures.

Set the sale up and do a walk through. Make sure you can get to each table easily and nothing is too cramped. Keep traffic flow in mind when displaying your items.

Don’t have so many items on a table that people feel overwhelmed.

Try to keep gender and sizes organized as much as you can. After a rush of people, go back and reorganize. You will find yourself doing this all day long – it’s just part of the process.

Try to keep your tables to a theme. Don’t put camping gear with toys. Don’t put glassware next to the toys. Etc.

Make sure electronic items have access to an electrical outlet for testing. Have a power strip available as well as batteries for items that people want to see in action.

Park down the street a ways. Less cars = more customers. If a buyer can’t find a place to park, they’re likely to just keep driving by regardless of the items you have for sale.


Place larger items in the front. There’s about a 4-second window (at most) as cars drive by for your sale to make a good first impression. By placing those larger items out front, you are letting people know that your sale is one they don’t want to miss out on!Display items to their advantage. A set of lawn chairs isn’t going to sell if you just have them folded up, leaning up against the wall.

Display books on a shelf. It may be a hassle carrying the shelf outside, but in the end – it’ll double, if not triple the money you would’ve made if you just threw them in a bin or box for people to rifle threw.

Money, money, money! (Yes, I’m singing it)
Make sure to go to the bank the DAY BEFORE. Unless you have some change on hand. Most people pay in twenties meaning you need to be prepared to give out plenty of fives, ones, and pocket change. I usually get a roll of quarters, a stack of twenty-five $1 bills, and a few $5 bills. I usually have to end up going to the store or bank down the street at least once during the sale. It’s just part of the gig.

Keep a calculator with you at all times. Chances are, you stayed up late the night before and woke up early in anticipation and preparation. Meaning that you are a little drowsy – meaning your math may not be at its peak that day.

Count back change to double check yourself. Even if I’ve punched it into the calculator, I’ve actually caught myself giving back too much or too little change.

My personal opinion: Don’t accept checks. And unless you have the app on your iPhone for credit cards, don’t take those either. It’s just what I think. I’ve had a bad experience before.

Decide if you’re open to negotiate or if all prices are firm. Make sure if you change shifts with someone (to eat, use the restroom, etc), that they are away of your decision on your item(s).

Other random tips
Don’t stand there and talk/text on your cell phone. Make yourself noticed. Nobody should have to ask whom he or she needs to give his or her money to.

Greet your customers. Tell them thanks for coming even if they don’t purchase something. Maybe they saw something they are thinking about but didn’t bring the cash with them. Being pleasant means they’ll remember you more.

Don’t let anyone in the house for ANY reason. Period.

Keep your pups inside. Some people have extreme phobias against pets they don’t know. This can draw them away faster than you can say hello.

Keep your kids out of their old toys. But let them help you as much as they can/want without being a nuisance – hard to imagine, isn’t it?!

Try to get as much rest as you can. If you have someone to take over a couple hours, run in and take a nap, grab a snack, or just enjoy the peacefulness and clear your head.

Do a quick run through of the house to make sure you didn’t forget something. This has happened to me sooooo many times!

Expect people to come in rushes and be prepared by having an extra person on stand-by.
Pay attention and be helpful but don’t hound, pressure, or annoy your customers.

Jump on offers on the last day of your sale. Chances are, if it was a good price, the people had plenty of time to sleep on it and they would’ve came back to buy it. Take what you can get at that point. Haggle once with the person. Fold if you need to.

At the end of the sale – shut your doors, take down the signs, and box as much up as you can. I usually close down an hour before the donation center stops taking donations so that I can get it out of my house. Think: women’s shelters, children’s homes, etc for clothes, shoes, and toys. They need it the most. Sorry Goodwill. Don’t take it personal.

Here is the rule I live by
Having a garage or yard sale is the last-ditch effort to make some cash on stuff I’m probably just going to end up donating and giving away anyway. If it doesn’t sell, then I’m not going to make any money on it.
If you’re holding a sale to make top dollar – list it on Craigslist. Suprisingly, you’re going to make more money by pricing your items lower at your sale.

Running a sale is not rocket science. It just takes some preparation, organization, and effort to make it successful. And in the end … it’ll all be worth it.


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26 Apr

Congratulations to Julie A (entry# 512) for winning the giveaway sponsored by Huggies!
You’ll have 48 hours to reply back to the email I sent to you in order to confirm that you are a winner.
And a big thank you to all that entered this contest. If you didn’t win today, don’t worry. Keep checking back. I am often picky about my giveaways and only offer ones that I personally endorse or feel would be beneficial to my readers. So on that note: My giveaways are 100% honest … and 100% AWESOME!

If you’re a Huggies fan … then check out these awesome deals going on at Walgreens right now….

  • This week at Walgreens if you spend $30 on Huggies and Enfamil products you get 5,000 points (5,000 points = $5 Reward)
  • Through the month of April, Jumbo Huggies diapers and Pull-Ups are $9.49 at Walgreens
  • All April, Huggies Refill Wipes are $5.99 at Walgreens
  • This week only, Huggies Jumbo packs are available for $9.49, plus you can layer $1-$2 off Huggies diapers only at Walgreens

Thanks again, ya’ll! 
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Happy 110th Birthday, Crayola! (WIN a trip to Easton, PA)

23 Apr

One of my husband’s first (and favorite) jobs was working for Binney & Smith (aka: the Crayola factory) in Winfield, KS. The factory, unfortunately, has since closed. But Crayola is still very much in production! In fact … Crayola is celebrating their 110th birthday! And if anyone knows how to throw a party … it’s Crayola! In fact, the 8 original crayons are throwing a birthday bash at the new “fun-omenal” Crayola Experience – the world’s only interactive Crayola family attraction – and they want you to come party with them!

The Crayola Experience, located in the heart of downtown Easton, Pennsylvania, is where the magic of Crayola and color come to life. It’s a place where you’re always encouraged to let your creativity run free, to color outside the lines, and to play, explore, and learn.

The all new Crayola Experience will be opening on May 24, 2013 (Memorial Day weekend) with four floors of “fun-omenal” new interactive exhibits and one-of-a-kind attractions that will bring the magic of color and your child’s creativity to life! Your family could be the first to experience the fun, along with a three- night, all-expenses paid stay. It’s an experience your kids will never forget – and neither will you!

Thanks to Crayola for providing me with details about this awesome party! Ain’t no party like a Crayola party ‘cuz a Crayola party don’t stop!

How can you join in on the fun? You can FOLLOW the crayons on their adventure, LEARN more about each color, and enter to WIN a trip for 4 to celebrate their birthday and the Grand Opening of the all new Crayola Experience this coming May, 2013!  Check out (and “Like”) their Facebook page for details on how you can Follow the crayons on their adventure and enter to WIN a trip for 4 to celebrate Crayola’s 110th birthday party at the Grand Opening of the all new Crayola Experience opening this Summer 2013!

GOOD LUCK!! (and if you win … could you stuff me in your luggage, please? I’ll even pay the extra $25 bag fee. Thanks!)

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Facebook Lies

17 Apr
Awhile back, I posted a blog post about how Facebook just wasn’t intended for some people. I stand by this today. And while that post is mainly about the couples who are out there bashing each other and threatening a divorce every other day … there is also another type of person that Facebook wasn’t intended for. The people that update their statuses with lie by omission. Which I have been guilty of…

According to Facebook, this is how I spent my weekend:

This weekend was the best weekend ever. Saturday morning my beautiful boys woke me up with smiles on their faces and wanted to help cook breakfast. After breakfast we drove over to the park and played until we were all worn out. Afterwards, we ate ice cream and then went home to play some games. Later that night, the hubby and I had a quiet date night out and fell back in love all over again. Sunday morning we picked up the boys, came home, and had a dance-athon in the living room. Thank you Lord for giving me such a perfect life.

All of this is pretty much true … but I’m also completely full of shit.

This is how it really went down:
My boys did come in to wake me up. But only one of them was smiling. Evidently the little one dropped kicked the big one in the stomach. So after the apologies, they demanded breakfast while they sat down and watched cartoons. But apparently Mom doesn’t make pancakes quite like Dad so after slaving over the stove … a poptart sufficed.

After breakfast we did go to the park. Well, one of them did. The big one had a soccer game and the little one kept trying to run out on to the field so grandma HAD to miss the soccer game to take the little one over to the park so he’d quit interrupting the game.

Afterwards we did go get ice cream. At first we promised Root Beer Floats … but after a meltdown in the car that we weren’t going to allow them to eat at A&W as well, we decided to go ahead and just pick up the ingredients from Dillons instead of dealing with tantrums inside the restaurant.

But because of the inappropriate behavior the entire way home, nobody got floats.

Once we were home, we played a game of who can fall asleep quicker. Both of the boys lost. They weren’t tired.

So because they never took a nap … they ended up passing out around 7pm. Which was completely fine with me.

And that’s when my husband enjoyed our quiet date night. I sat in the rocking chair, my husband on the couch. We watched Super 8 on Netflix and ended up falling asleep while watching it. When I woke up, that’s when my husband and I fell back in love. I told him I loved him and that I was going to bed. He said I love you too.

When we woke up in the morning we decided we were going down to Wellington to see Nana. So we picked up the boys (from their bunk beds), carried them to the couch, and got them dressed so we could leave.

After we were done at Nana’s, we came home and raced each other to the bathrooms. Because we only have two bathrooms, and three of us are potty-trained, that left one of us doing the pee pee dance in the living room. Introducing: Dance-athon.

After settling in at home, the boys were ready for their naps. And that’s when I sat down on the couch and thanked the Lord that my stinkers were asleep so I could enjoy my cup of coffee – that was now cold.

I signed onto Facebook to see what all my friends were doing and most were talking about how glorious their weekend was for the world to “like”.

I clicked “like”. Even though deep down I knew their weekend was just as shitty as mine was. But evidently it’s a competition.

Another friend of mine wrote: “My husband just remodeled my entire bathroom. Thank you honey. It is the most beautiful bathroom I’ve ever seen.” (I dry-heaved).

I clicked “like. Even though deep down I know that she has already found at least three flaws in her husband’s work. But again, it’s a competition.

And because I didn’t want to be one-upped (because it’s a competition) … I uploaded the pictures from our most recent family trip. But only the ones I don’t look fat in. And only the ones where we’re all smiling and looking like a perfect family of four. I labeled the album: Happy Family Memories.

Even though I should have called it: I’m not a liar. I’m just good at selling my happiness and promoting it.

Then there was a thud. A really loud thud. I waited. And there it was: Screeeeeeaming.
I’d already warned them once to leave the other one alone if they’re sleeping. Big brother didn’t listen and so the little brother hit him on the side of the head with his baseball bat.

After some more apologizing, we all put our clothes on and went outside to play to get some of the wiggles and naughtiness out of us. It hadn’t been 5 minutes when somebody stepped in a steaming pile of dog shit and then somebody else got mad because I couldn’t stay outside any longer (because I had to go clean dog shit off of shoes and off of his pants).

I can keep going if you want. But I’m pretty sure you get the idea.

Instead of pretending that all is right in the world, let’s face it. Life sucks sometimes. A LOT of times if you have kids. Sure there are times that are great and we should celebrate and rejoice. Sure our kids are awesome and do really cool things and we deserve to scream it on top of the rooftops to brag a little bit. But the lie by omission crap gets old.

My life on Facebook is an Instragrammed image of what my life really is. I edit the sucky days and most of the time I just want people to think I have my shit together.
I know I am a decent Mom. But my toddler is a typical 2-year-old who can’t sit still and gets into everything. I was spoiled by my oldest being completely kick ass and now I’m paying for it. My kids do live a pretty awesome life because I give it to them.

Keeping up with my friend’s status updates is exhausting though. Confession: I only scroll a page down (if that much). Otherwise I see updates turning friends into frenemies.

I am writing this post to apologize. I am completely guilty of those Facebook statuses I’ve mentioned above on more than one occasion. Here’s the deal … parts of my weekends do suck. And I’m going to go out on a limb here and say parts of your weekend suck as well. And I’m here to tell you: I get it.

And those are the statuses that I love to read the most. We are all blessed to be alive. Everyone knows and agrees on that.

But when you tell me how shitty your weekend was/is – You’re going to get my honest “like” on your status. Because then that tells me that you’re a real person. A mom who is just like me. One who doesn’t have to lie by omission. One who doesn’t have to write a shiny happy status to make you look like you have the most perfect life. You don’t. And I definitely don’t either.

So tell me about your shitty day …. At least make me feel like I don’t have it so bad….
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16 Apr
Exploring is one of our family’s favorite things to do together. Most of the time we call it “adventuring” – but the boys will sometimes refer to it as exploring. Others call it hiking. Whether you’re going to a short little nature trail or a 3+ mile hike … exploring our world’s beauty is one of the most rewarding and healthy activities you can do with your family.

Spending time outdoors exploring with your kids and/or grandkids is a great opportunity to make memories, understand our beautiful world, and see wildlife up close in their natural habitat. You don’t have to be an expert hiker to appreciate what’s around you. With my tips below, I’ll help get you started with making memories for your next exploration with your family…

Essential: A stick
The first thing my boys and I do before we even start exploring is to find a good walking stick. A good walking stick has multiple uses, however. They can be beneficial for poking the mud, helping us up a steep hill, lightsaber duels, and poking Mommy in the hiney.

Bring a backpack
So what do you put in the backpack? Snacks, water, and more snacks and water. Just try to pack it light or give each member of your family their own backpack. A backpack can also double as a souvenir saver so they can bring home all those mementos your minis are sure to pick up.

Wear the Right Shoes
It depends on where you’re going. If you’re going to be trekking through some water and/or mud … make sure to bring a change of socks or wear some waterproof shoes. Just make sure they’re comfortable and can withstand LOTS of walking!

Keep your Eyes Open
Exploring the nature comes with a few cautions. Anything from bugs to plants to critters to holes. Before starting out hike we first put on our deet bug spray and sunscreen. Exploring can also be a great learning experience. Certain plants carry red, blue, purple, and other pretty (and yummy) looking berries. These can be extremely dangerous if ingested. Just make sure to teach your children about what and what not to touch. And if you don’t know … it’s a great time to take a picture, and go back home and research together.

Bring a Camera
You never know what you’ll see when you’re outdoors exploring. Adventuring in nature brings great photo opps. Take the time to document your memories and make a journal out of the pictures if you have some time. My boys love to look back and reflect and see what all we’ve done – even if they don’t remember it.

Appreciate our World’s Beauty
Leave things where they are. Don’t try to dig up a tree, don’t litter, and don’t mess with a critter’s habitat. Unless, of course, it’s a deadly spider’s web and you’ve suddenly found yourself stuck in it. But that’s highly unlikely. Just appreciate what we’ve been given and continue to create memories that will last a lifetime with your family.

Tell me …. What are your tips and tricks for a great hike with the kids? How do you keep them entertained and excited? Has my post inspired you to start exploring more?

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Disclaimer: This post is brought to you by the letter “E”. I am behind (and procrastinating) in my A-to-Z Challenge but slowly catching myself back up. Please keep stopping by. I’ll have more for you throughout the day. I still have a household to run, y’know?! 😉
If you are participating, please let me know so I can check your website out as well! Thanks for reading!

Huggies #Giveaway (Diapers, Wipes and a Walgreens Gift Card)

12 Apr
If you’ve raised children, you know how important it is that the diaper you’re using, lives up to its promise. I’ve tried everything from generic store-brand diapers to the purple box diapers, to cloth diapers. It wasn’t until I tried Huggies that I was finally satisfied and comfortable enough to trust the brand I was using.
I travel a LOT. Whether it’s for family vacations or for work or for my daily bus route – my children are in a vehicle for hours every day. I’ve raised my children to be travelers and they love it almost as much as I do. But with this come long car/bus rides, flights, and days. I had to find a diaper that I trusted well enough for our traveling needs. Don’t fret, I change my little guy frequently … but sitting in a diaper for any amount of time is kind of like taking a soaking wet towel and ringing it out. It’s going to leak.

So when Huggies contacted me to try out their Snug & Dry diapers with NEW SureFit Design AND Natural Care Wipes with NEW Triple Clean layers … I couldn’t jump on that fast enough. The new SureFit Design seems to fit snug in all the right places andis especially good for my little travel companion. Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers with the NEW SureFit Design lasts for up to 12 hours of leakage protection. They have a unique, flexible waistband for all-around fit and are a more flexible and less bulky diaper. They have a more conforming gap-free fit to help the diaper move with baby’s twists, turns and angles and have an adorable vibrant and modern Mickey Mouse theme. Or as my toddler calls it: “How how”.

And the wipes … well … what’s NOT to love about them?! I love the thickness of the Triple Clean layers wipes allowing me to use only one wipe for “most” messes. Even after my little man is potty trained, I plan on buying these wipes. They’re great for quick baths, spills, sticky messes, or just to freshen up a bit. I use them on my preschooler now just to get that stinky ‘boy-ee” smell off of him. The Triple Clean Layers strong, soft and absorbent layers are gentle on my tot’s skin and thick enough to clean even the muddiest/dirtiest mess off of him.

Another great thing about the Huggies Snug & Dry with NEW SureFit Design and Huggies Natural Care Wipes with new Triple Clean layers, is that they are both now conveniently available at your local Walgreen’s where you can save even more on diapers with Rewards points.
Check it out:

Now until April 14th at Walgreen’s, get 5,000 points (5,000 points = $5 Reward) if you spend $30 on Huggies and/or Enfamil products. Through the month of April, Jumbo Huggies diapers and pull-ups are $9.49 and Huggies Refill Wipes are $5.99 at Walgreen’s.

Here are my suggestions on how you can save at Walgreen’s. But you need to act fast. These offers are only good through the 14th!

Huggies Diapers $9.49
Buy (4) packs of Huggies Diapers
Pay $37.96
Receive 5,000 points (5,000 points = $5 Reward)
Final Price: $32.96 after $5 rewards (8.24/pack of Huggies Diapers)

Huggies Diapers Little Movers Slip-On Diapers $9.49
Buy (4) packs of Diapers Little Movers Slip-On Diapers
Use (4) $1.50/1
package of HUGGIES® Little Movers Slip-On™ Diapers
Pay $31.96
Receive 5,000 points (5,000 points = $5 Reward)
Final Price: $26.96 after $5 rewards ($6.74/pack of Huggies Diapers)

You can’t go wrong with that, right?!?  Now watch this awesome video. It definitely put a smile on my face!

Like what you’re hearing?  It’s all tried and true!  And Huggies wants YOU to be able to try their Snug & Dry diapers with NEW SureFit Design as well. Just enter the Rafflecopter below for a chance to win!

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Discount and Deal

4 Apr

How perfect that today’s letter for the A-to-Z Challenge is “D”. I have a great DEAL for anyone that wants to take advantage of some UH-MAZE-ING slippers!!

It’s Springtime! So how are you going to celebrate? How about celebrating with Nature’s Sleep and get a pair of slippers or two or three at 75% off! Let your feet be pampered in memory foam and bring in Spring in comfort and style!

Here’s the deal….

Check out Nature’s Sleep today to start walking in comfort!

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