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Amazon Prime Day 2022 Deals: Favorites (Electronics, Wellness & Kids Products)

Amazon’s Prime Day begins on July 12th and runs through July 13, 2022. If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may be familiar with some of the products below. In fact, I wasn’t planning on writing this post until I realized how many of my favorite things made it to Prime Day.

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How to Get the Lowest Prices on Amazon Electronics: Echo, Kindles & More

What if I told you that you can shop on Amazon and find the latest and most popular electronic devices at a huge discount?

Here’s how . . . Buy Certified Refurbished Products on Amazon

My Top Picks:
I compiled this list based on two factors: (1) Reviews (2) Savings. The following products receive excellent reviews on Amazon and also provide you with substantial savings.

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Moms, You Need Venmo. You Really Do.

Yes, I realize that if you have a teenager at home or work with a group of twenty-somethings, Venmo is very old news. However, when I mention Venmo to my group of mom friends, I tend to get blank stares and radio silence. Further, when I suggest that they pay me back with Venmo, they respond, “I’ll just give you cash or a check. It’s easier.” Actually, it’s really not easier.

Now that the school year is winding down here, it seems that every time I open an email, someone is collecting money for a teacher: dance, preschool, elementary, and coaches. More often than not, that email actually comes from me as I am the class mom for both of my children. Just this morning, walking into my daughter’s preschool, a gathering of nannies and moms awaited me, shoving cash, checks, and various papers into my hand as I passed them. If it’s not apparent from my earlier posts, I do not like handling cash. I either misplace it, forget who already paid, who still owes me, and I never have the correct change on me. I create lists upon lists to keep track of everything. Don’t you wish there was an app for this? Meet Venmo.

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