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Some of these recommendations may contain affiliate links. Rest assured I would never promote something that I haven’t verified and/or personally used and loved!

Recommendations for Busy Moms:

Amazon Prime– Amazon prime is seriously a life saver. Moms get busy, and being able to get gifts, household products, diapers, literally anything, without leaving my house. Not to mention their new subscribe and save feature is amazing for things you use on a regular basis such as diapers/wipes, paper towels, toiletries, everything! Try Amazon Prime FREE For 30 Days! 

Walmart Grocery Pick Up– I would die without this for a few reasons. First of all, I have a toddler who is just, so full of life! She does not like to be contained. Keeping her in the cart is a struggle, and when I’m wrestling her around it’s easy to forget things, or in my case– purposely leave without certain things just to get out of the store quicker. The second reason I love ordering my groceries online is that it saves me so much money! Something about watching your total adding up keeps me mindful of whether or not I really need things. It also keeps me from impulse buying things I see while shopping. Click here to see if there’s a Wal-Mart near you that offers grocery pick up!

Recommendations For Bloggers

Pinterest Ninja E-Course– I cannot recommend this course enough. Pinterest is my number one source of traffic. Literally 90% of my traffic comes from Pinterest, so it’s important to me to make sure I’m utilizing it as much as I can to really get a ton of traffic. There are quite a few reasons I recommend this course over the others I have taken (and it’s not because I’m an affiliate, I’m also an affiliate of another pinterest course that has a much higher payout, but I honestly do prefer this one over the others!) Not only is the course informational, and completely worth every penny, but the creator of the course, Megan, really knows her stuff! She also runs a facebook group called Pinterest Ninjas that I would suggest joining. She’s always so great about getting your questions answered. Another thing that I really like about this course is that she’s constantly adding to it. She sends out an upgraded copy to everyone who has already purchased it. It’s a gift that keeps on giving!

Milotree–  Milotree is a social media growing tool that is sooo helpful. I’m not sure if you noticed, but when you first hopped onto my website there was a cute little pop up that said “follow me on Pinterest!” Milotree is what powers those pop ups! They offer pop ups for all different social media channels. You can set it so it alternates between all of your channels. I have mine set to only advertise my Pinterest account, because I find it the hardest to grow a following on! While there are ways to create your own pop up, I suggest Milotree because it looks much more professional, and you can check your analytics on their website to see how well it’s working. I honestly consider Milotree an investment, because 90% of my traffic comes from Pinterest, so the more followers I can get on there the better. The best part? It’s pretty dang cheap for how much I get out of it! You can check out pricing and information here!