Resolutions

I'll admit, I'm not the biggest fan of resolutions.  I like the fresh start, thinking about things that I can do better, what I want to work on, etc.  But resolutions, that just feels like something cliche that doesn't actually work.  #negativenancy?  I hope not.  :)  Here are some things that Subscribe & Save may help you on - in no particular order.


Keeping up on cleaning:
Bathrooms: Scrubbing Bubbles Fresh Brush Refill, 64 Total Refills (8 Packs of 8 Count) - If I need a quick cheater way to clean the bathrooms, these are my go-to.  It needs a solid scrub every month or so even if you're using these, but in a pinch or just to maintain, they're beautiful.  This mega pack comes with 64 of them for $37, which is significantly cheaper than the regular grocery store.  Costco doesn't quite stock these mega packs yet!

Mopping: Swiffer Sweeper Wet Mopping Cloths Mop And Broom Floor Cleaner Refills Open Window Fresh Scent 12 Count (Pack of 6)
These aren't a mega savings, but if you clip the .50 it makes them a penny more per wipe than Costco.  More time for mopping, less trips to the store, said no one ever.


Health: Oh how I wish I could get fresh fruits and veggies delivered to my door.  Bountiful Baskets will have to do for now.  For little things Amazon can deliver, try these.  Flintstones Gummies, 180 Count - these have a coupon for an additional 25% off, making them a whole $4.38 for 180.  Costco's are over 4.5 cents/vitamin, these are just under 2.5 cents/each.

Bob's Red Mill Oats Rolled Thick, 32-Ounce (Pack of 4) - if you're currently getting these at a health food store, pay attention to the price.  You can have them delivered for $3.38 each for the 2 lb bag.

Spending time with your peeps:  I'll admit, I'm a sucker for good days with my babies, full of fun adventures and happiness.  I wish it happened every day, but I'll take what I can get.  Right now, my baby boy asks for "Shish" and I almost can't help but give him some because it's just that adorable.

Pepperidge Farm Goldfish, Cheddar, 30-ounce carton - this big carton is $5.34 on Amazon.  At my local grocery store it is $8.99.  If you only buy these at Costco, it is cheaper.  You can get it for about 15 cents/ounce vs this 19 cents/ounce.  But in a statement of pure high maintenanceness, I can't stand the silver packages that Costco puts them in.  Inevitably they get torn and instead of staying nicely put in the snack basket, they end up all over my pantry.  No need for any help in that department.  These big boxes solved our problem.  I promise, I'm not really this high maintenance in real life.  ;)

ALEX® Toys - Early Learning Paper Tube Ocean -Little Hands 1418 - And if giving your small children processed food isn't your thing, I highly vote for craft kits like this one from Alex Toys.  We got one several months ago but hadn't taken the time to use it until recently.  My 3 year old loves it, everything is self contained, she can do it herself!  All of these things make it fun to do together, but also makes them feel so proud of what they're doing without help.  #notsponsored #kidtested

Best wishes making everything you resolve to do happen in 2014!

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