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Happy last-day-of-February, frugal people!
It’s been so unusually warm here these last few weeks, I’ve sort of forgotten that it’s still February. Weird.
I bought Joshua some sheets.
I put out a call on my Facebook page the other day for some sheet recommendations for Joshua’s bed. I’d bought a set from Kohl’s a while back that fell apart somewhat promptly, and then I forgot to do anything about it.
(Joshua is, apparently, not a bedding complainer!)
I read some sheet reviews on the internet but kept happening across Very Expensive recommended sheets.
I love Joshua, but I’m not really prepared to spend $150 on a set of sheets for him, especially because he’s not even going to care that much.
So many of you chimed in (thank you!) and there were lots of votes for Target’s Threshold brand and also for Ikea sheets.
Since Ikea isn’t super handy for me, I opted to give the Target ones a shot.
They’re washed, dried, and ready to go on Joshua’s bed. And in a year or so, we’ll know if they’re going ot fare better than the Kohl’s sheets.
By the way, if you’d like to see the re-do we did of Joshua’s room a few years back, click here!
I did an interview with Super Money.
You can find my interview here. I actually did the interview back before Christmas, so that’s why my suggestion at the end seems a little out of date!
I made an impulse purchase on Amazon.
I saw an ad for a thing called the TubShroom and I bought it within just a few minutes.
It’s $12.99 and it promises to neatly corral all the hair that would otherwise go down the drain.
Since there are three long-haired girls who use the upstairs shower, this product appealed greatly to me. I’d much rather pay $12.99 for a hair-catcher than who knows how much for a plumbing bill.
Since this fits into the drain, it promises to be easy to use, which means that it’ll actually get used.
I’ll report back about how it works!
(Obviously it only fits into standard drains. My bathroom has a shower instead of a tub, so the drain is flat, not recessed. But the girls use the shower with a regular tub drain. Excellent.)
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