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The Shopping Solution

This post was originally published here, where your eyeballs currently are, but got moved to Hollow Tree Reviews, assuming I did it right.

It's a fantastic piece on Ubokia, a whole new way to shop online.

You're intrigued, I can tell.

Feel free to click over and check it out!

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17 comments:

  1. That all sounds pretty cool. I'll probably never use it because I'm way too lazy to search for things except for tips on how to survive a trip to the grocery store without wanting to strangle your kids, but it's still pretty cool.

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    1. Oh, how I wish I had those kinds of tips... ;)

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  2. I love shopping. Right now I am on a quest to find sweat pants for the boys that have a slightly gathered cuff like the ones they sold at Kohls last year. NO ONE (including kohls) has them. Note to self: when I find something I like, buy a lifetime supply! Although, I doubt my boys will still want me dressing them in their 30s. And since my boys HATE to go shopping, I can threaten them with Kohls: "If you don't knock it off I'm taking you to Kohls!" Win win! Either they stop whatever obnoxious behavior they are doing, or I get to go to Kohls! Seriously, I should write parenting books.

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    1. That IS a really good strategy... ::takes notes:: But you could list your "want" for sweats on Ubokia - couldn't hurt! Just sayin' - then you could shop for clothes for yourself at Kohls! :)

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  3. Clothes? Who needs 'em? Not THIS guy.

    So, does this mean we get to unload a bunch of our too-good-to-give/throw-away-but-not-worth-the-ebay-hassle stuff??? Anyone out there looking for an ancient Apple programming book?

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  4. I laughed out loud at the "I was compensated...can you believe it?". It could read 2 ways: can you believe someone paid me? Or: can you believe this post is compensated? Because I'm so awesome at writing as though it isn't, I'll bet you never guessed. I really hope that it's the second one. Because for some reason that I can't even verbalize, I think that's hilarious. Oh, whatever. This is the dumbest comment ever. But good luck with your shop!

    (and also, I just got email notification that you commented on my blog. At the SAME TIME that I'm commenting on yours. Synergy!)

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    1. Am I the only one hearing the Twilight Zone theme???

      I love that you laughed at that, because I DID mean it two ways. But my two ways were, "Can you believe someone paid me?" and a sarcastic, "I bet you totally couldn't tell this was a sponsored post." :)

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    2. "I bet you totally couldn't tell this was a sponsored post" <-- that's exactly what I meant. You're just better than me at...words. And stuff.

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    3. Ha! Well, I don't think that's true at all about the words and stuff, plus the only thing I've made out of clay in my adult life is (no kidding) a family joke that we sneak into each others' houses and leave behind like an act of vandalism - so you have me beat there, too. ;)

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  5. The Hoarders thing...that show is so...I can't even...That show creeps me out.

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    1. Ugh, me too - though sometimes I just can't look away. Except when they're hoarding ANIMALS, which I didn't even know was a thing until I saw it on the show, and now I'll never be able to un-know it.

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  6. Lol, I HATE garage sales. I can't believe some people enjoy them - I mean, good for them! I'm happy for them. I usually just go to the Goodwill.

    This sounds cool, even if you were paid. Maybe I'll check it out if I can ever get organized enough to figure out what precious treasures I should part with...

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    1. Oh my, how I love the Goodwill! :)

      I know sometimes you can lose some credibility as soon as you get paid for whatever you're talking about, but I was honestly excited to post about this because it really is pretty cool - I hope you can put it to good use. ;)

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  7. I hate shopping of any kind I would live in a bare cave with only my laptop and a blanket and in the humorous voice of Steve Martin from the Jerk I would also need this lamp and this.....I might check out this new thing you got paid for though to help you out I am sure they check your clicks, I will say this funny darling Robyn I click EVERY single time I visit your blog on that Mommy vote thing because one of these days I WILL see yours in the top 10 and then holding fast to #1 !!!!!

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    1. That's too funny - I reference that scene from The Jerk all the time. :) Thanks so much, as always, for your support - all those clicks REALLY make a difference!

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  8. I just looked for a "like" button on Janice's comment. Derp.

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