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Saving up with Coupon Codes

As the majority agrees, a mother’s job is the most difficult job in the world and is mostly underpaid but rewarded with love and care from your bosses. Bottomline, it is never easy. A lot of things are covered. From running the household, raising the kids, teaching them the right values and lessons in school, guiding them well especially the time as they enter puberty, and most of all saving up for their future.

In my case, I admit I am not good in budgeting. There are times that I can’t even say no when my kids ask for a Barbie doll or a new pair of shoes, when in fact this can be avoided and explained to them that what they currently have are still okay. Differentiating “wants” and “needs” is also not easy especially if you want the best for them, and well, yeah, for yourself as well. Let’s say pampering and treating myself to a spa after a long day, or getting myself a new pair of jeans just because my favorite pair is no longer fitting me right after I had given birth. An excuse or not, but yes, we, mothers deserve this kind of treat once in a while (and I hope are husbands can read this clearly teehee!)

I guess, the mothers of this decade are a lot luckier and blessed to have these “rewards” come true. We can spend and still give in to our “wants” while saving up for our kids’ future! Yes, this is very much possible. How? Get your Savings with Coupon Codes done and I’m pretty sure you’ll get to save at least 50% from your usual expenses. Here’s an example:

You’ve been dying to have Dior’s pair of Sunglasses, but you know that it will cost you a lot and you’re sure that your husband will violently react. It’s either you offer him to get this purchased from his credit card or make use of the Popular Solstice coupon code. I’m sure he’d agree with the latter one, no interest and you are getting a good deal!

Makes sense?

A full-time home-based Marketing Manager by day, 24/7 Mom, and a Blogger at any time. I’m 42 and proud. Mom of Derelle & Erchelle, sharing my adventures as I walk through motherhood and having to do most things on my own while my Indian national husband works miles away from home.

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