Survive the Recession with the Best Diaper Deals
When it comes to diapers, you really do get what you pay for. I mean literally, you get what you pay for. Of course, all diapers end up in the diaper pale in the end, but how the disposable diaper performs in-between the bag and the pale is the most important factor.
Boycotting cheap diapers, however, does not mean you need to bust your child’s inheritance either. In fact there are actually different diapers and brands that you should choose depending on your babies gender and age. And choosing the proper diaper will actually save you money in the long run. I have found purchasing the diaper with the best fit actually saves diapers and thus money read more...
As soon as your baby is born, go to http://www.pampers.com/, http://www.huggies.com/, http://www.luvs.com/, and http://www.parentsmagazine.com/ and register your new arrival. These websites will send you valuable coupons for diapers and other baby products. You should also watch your local paper for coupons as well as the check out receipts at the supermarket. When you use these coupons in conjunction with your local supermarkets sales, you can save a substantial amount on your diaper purchases.
How I became Considering frugal
Fueled by the growing list of pollution related allergies my family suffered from each day, and inspired by my 97 year old grandmother who could recycle ANYTHING before recycling was cool, back in 2011, I decided (in the spirit of the Julie/Julia Project...) to embark on a journey to see just how much one family could do to change our planet. I didn't consult any other parties before I launched this idea. Thankfully my husband, daughter and son are usually my biggest supporters. Here is the catch; as I'm normally very thrifty (you can note from early blog posts), I was looking for ways that I could reduce our carbon footprint and make socially responsible purchases without increasing our spending. Mmmmmm. We succeed in changing some of our habits a bit and finding ways to reduce our footprint. There were lots of fun epic fails alone the way too! But the biggest change we have made over the course of the last six years, was to move from the mega city of Phoenix to Wyoming. You can read my full bio on my About Me page.
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