How to Price Match in the Midst of Blessings

IMG_2679We are blessed with new hardwood floors and we chose a total new look. We wanted to lighten up our home with a lighter color and it really made a difference. So far, we’ve been pleased with our choice.

I did some research for a new mop to dust and spray clean with and I found this one had great reviews at Wal-Mart.

I like the way it flipped on both sides and the refill pads were so reasonable compared to others I have used. The best part is the chenille side which grabs so much dust and dirt.

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After price matching the online price, I paid $10.80 for this mop and bought a huge refill bottle of Bona cleaner for $12.37 which will last us all year. I just show the clerk the online price is lower than the store and she adjusts the price with manager approval.

My thirteen year-old son is obsessed with the new mop and this Momma is loving it. He has been dust mopping several times a day and I’m hoping it it will continue to be his thing;) I’m not getting paid to review this product, I just discovered it and found it handy.

I saved my old cabinet drawers for a future DIY project to come. I put up a new $1 yard sale bar with some talk-through assistance from my Dad and a power tool.

My parents visited for the night and my Mom helped me put furniture and some decor back in order. I wanted just a little organization before everything comes down off the walls for repainting this week. We had an amazing Asian Chicken Salad using grilled chicken twice!


Again, I am so grateful for insurance paying for all of this remodeling. We’re calling it our accidental remodel.

Oh, I start back to school today and I have to leave my new floors, mop and mopper for a while. I’ll have plenty of new blessings when I come back.

Have you counted your blessings this week?

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