Organized Shopping – Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival
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Whether you’re a material girl who lives to go to the Mall or a minimalist who buys only what you need when you need it, shopping has changed in more ways than we could have ever imagined just a few months ago.
Popping out to pick up a few things is no longer practical, due to line-ups, stock shortages, recommendations to minimize outings to the essential, and even store closures. Instead, we’re shopping online, having items delivered or held for curbside pickup, or heading out to the store with lengthy lists in hand. Being an organized shopper is more important than ever before, and these skills will always be valuable, even if and when things go back to the way they used to be.
For this month’s edition of the Productivity & Organizing Blog Carnival, I invited my readers to share their blog posts about Organized Shopping. Read on for tips about grocery shopping, holiday shopping, shopping for organizing products, and even changing your spending habits!
|Cathy Borg||10 On-Target Tips to Organize your Grocery Shopping!|
|Debbie Rosemont||4 Ways to Get Organized for Low-Stress Grocery Shopping|
|Hazel Thornton||The Container Store: Mixed feelings + 7 shopping tips|
|Hellen Buttigieg||How retail therapy clutters your closet, and what to do about it|
|Janet Schiesl||Decluttering is Only Half the Battle|
|Julie Stobbe||How to organize your shopping|
|Kim Tremblay||What's for Dinner During a Pandemic|
|Meaghan Jackson||6 Organized Grocery Shopping Tips|
|Melanie Summers||Meal Planning and Grocery Shopping Secrets|
|Sabrina Quairoli||Super Easy Shopping Time Saving Tips|
Please connect with the bloggers on social media, leave comments, and share your favorite posts with your network, using the hashtag #POBC.
Thank you to everyone who contributed this month! If you didn’t make it into this Blog Carnival, feel free to post your own words of wisdom or a link to one of your posts in the Comments section.
Next month’s edition will be all about Learning at Home, and you’re welcome to make your submission any time from now until 7 PM EDT on Tuesday, August 18th.
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