This is post is brought to you by SheSpeaks and Walmart. We are sharing How we avoid the oops by stocking up.
With a full house it isn’t hard for us to often run out of things. We usually realize it when what we need is almost gone or empty so we are stuck in the middle of doing the dishes with no soap, trying to start a load of laundry with no detergent, no soap for the dishwasher etc. Even running out of toothpaste, and let’s not even get started on toilet paper. I think you can all understand where I am coming from. I recently discovered something amazing and I wanted to share it with you so you can understand how we do this.
I was online shopping around on www.avoidtheoops.com and found that they have a ton of the products that we love in bulk, and they ship free to my house! I couldn’t help myself, I got a ton of things that we use all the time like Tide, Cascade, Colgate and Dawn. Just today as we were doing dishes we realized that we were out of Dawn, but wait, my bulk size bottle that came last week was there to save the day! We refilled our smaller bottle and continued washing dishes.
If you want to avoid the oops and keep your pantry stocked so you don’t run out of the essentials, here are a few tips:
- Make a calendar or chart of what you bought and when so you can track how often you go through things
- Always have at least 2 of everything in your cupboard
- Make a weekly/bi-weekly shopping list and hang it on the fridge or inside the pantry door, and write things down as you remember them so you don’t forget
- Shop online at www.avoidtheoops.com and stock up in bulk so you can save time and money
- Make sure that you are washing full loads of dishes, laundry etc so you can get the most out of the products you buy
Get your everyday essentials from www.avoidtheoops.com and take care of what you need to without worrying about running out. I love that I have more time to play with my kids because I have everything I need to take care of my household. With Walmart’s everyday low prices, they make it easy for me to get what I need and keep it on hand. I would love to hear your “oops” moment that you experienced.