This post is sponsored. However, all opinions are genuinely mine. I am always looking for good deals, whether it is for my daughter and me, my daughter who lives a town away, or extended family and friends. With Thanksgiving coming in no-time, I have reflected on those things for which I am grateful. It may sound trite, but eight years after my husband’s passing, I can make ends meet. The main reason for this is my deal hunting– and a big part of that is Groupon.

Groupon started out years ago being the site I would go to for those magic certificates. They were the difference between being able to get my family a haircut or other service. Occasionally they made a fun night possible for us all when otherwise it was not in the budget. Then I discovered their coupons, and this helped month after month meet expenses while still providing some unexpected and glorious little luxuries, too.

Soon afterward, thankfully, I stumbled upon Groupon Goods. Shopping at home just fits my lifestyle to a “T,” so I was more than intrigued. There are so many categories to choose from, and the merchandise runs the gamut from things I have wanted for a while to things I have never heard, nor seen before. It is worth checking out their offerings, which often change.

I especially am staying glued to their site for their Black Friday deals, because they are unbelievably good! Christmas season is coming upon us, but Groupon and I are getting it done. So, do yourself a favor be it over the holidays or the other eleven months of the year and check out Groupon Goods here:

Now, though, I need to wind up this blog post so that I can buy batteries for the holidays at a fantastic price and a cute kitchen apron set for taking that turkey out of the oven. 🙂



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