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Thrifty Thursday: 4 Sites to Buy High Quality Gently Used Baby Gear

April 11, 2013

This post contains affiliate links. I will be compensated if you click on a link and make a purchase. If you are looking to save money while also being eco-conscious when purchasing baby gear, buying used is the best option. There are several great websites currently available that offer huge selections of various baby items in gently used condition at reduced prices. Of course you can always check out Ebay, Craigslist, or local consignment shops as well but the sites…

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Thrifty Thursday: 7 Tips for Buying Organic Clothes for Baby/Kids on a Budget

March 21, 2013

This post contains affiliate links. I will be compensated if you click on a link and make a purchase. Organic clothes can often be pricey but fortunately there are many options available for purchasing these clothes on a budget. 1. Ebay: I love purchasing organic clothes from Ebay because you can clearly search for the exact size, brand, style of clothing you would like and either purchase new or used. 2. Craigslist: Craigslist is such a great way to shop…

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Thrifty Thursday: Must Haves Items on Your Baby Registry Checklist

January 31, 2013

When I was pregnant with my each of my daughters, I registered at a couple of different stores and was given a super long list of all the things I would “need”. The problem with these lists is that they are more of a marketing tool for these companies to get you to buy extras that really aren’t necessary.  I have created a checklist of the items that I needed and used the most with my daughters. Hope this helps…

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Thrifty Thursday: Top Websites to Recycle Items or Purchase Discounted/Free

December 6, 2012
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This post contains affiliate links. I will be compensated if you click on a link and make a purchase. The best way to reduce your environmental impact is to purchase a product used or recycle/donate your own used product. Here are some great ways to buy or sell your everyday items (used) at a discounted price or free (other than Ebay.com or Craigslist.com). Check Facebook for local town or county groups that offer a place where you can list or…

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