Okay moms, let’s be real for a second- what are five things that you can never have enough of?
For us, with a toddler and teenagers, it’s this:
- toilet paper
While you may not consider these essentials in your home; for us they definitely are. We always make sure to have these items stocked. This is especially true during the school year when life tends to get busier and we don’t always have time to make frequent trips to the grocery store. It’s during this time of the year that I start to turn to the convenience of online shopping- and yes, that includes shopping for toilet paper to make sure that our bathroom is stocked and stacked.
Now, while we do have a hallway closet upstairs where we keep our extras, we also want to make sure that there’s plenty of toilet paper in the bathroom at all times.
I mean, who wants to take the risk of doing a potty walk just to get a new roll of toilet paper?
Teenagers and tweens especially try to avoid these potentially embarrassing moments. And let’s face it, when T & J are here, I’d rather keep my privacy too.
So for us, that means not only keeping the hallway closet full, but also keeping a few extra rolls on hand in the bathroom. Once we got our new toilet paper on the roll, it was easy to see that this was going to be our new toilet paper of choice.
And now, thanks to the convenience of Amazon (which I already tend to use for everything anyway because it’s hard to beat that Prime subscription), I can always make sure that we have plenty of toilet paper on hand with their convenient Subscribe and Save service.
Really, it’s so easy to order! You can do this from your computer or laptop:
It really could not be easier! And if you’re on the go, you can set up a subscribe and save through the Amazon app on your smartphone.
The convenience of subscribe and save means that we’ll never run out of toilet paper and that our bathroom will always be stocked and stacked. It also means that it’s one less thing for me to worry about or add to an ongoing and ever growing grocery list.
Being able to shop online is such a convenience and a time saver. It saves me time, and with a subscription, it also saves me money. How would subscribe and save help your life?
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