What Are The Benefits Of Having A Personal Shopper? #Giveaway #Ad

    Having a personal shopper can make your life easier by shopping for anything you need.  Just name it, and they find the products you want at the best prices.  You can  Email or text them with your list of upcoming gifting occasions, day-to-day needs—even larger purchases!  Usually, they will reply with hand-selected product recommendations.     The best thing about personal shoppers is that they not only have a passion for shopping, but they have actually created a business out of it in order to allow individual clients to have customized shopping experiences.  They give advice to customers that are specific to their needs and do the footwork for them when it comes to acquiring these items.       If you do any shopping at Sears, Kmart or Lands End online OR in the store you should sign up for Shop Your Way Rewards.  It is the FREE rewards program that pays you to buy the items you were already going to buy at … [Read more...]

Save Time And Money With A Personal Shopper! $30 Paypal #Giveaway #ShopYourWay

    Being a mom of two who works full-time, I am always looking for ways to save more money at some of the stores where our family loves to shop.  That is exactly why I love the Shop Your Way Rewards program at Kmart and Sears.  We shop there quite often and they always have some great prices so I was excited to find out that I could earn and redeem Points at Kmart, Sears, Lands’ End, Sears Auto Centers, and mygofer.     The Shop Your Way Rewards program is designed to reward you with special offers. You will receive custom offers and exclusive deals based on the purchases you make. You may get offers sent via email, text message, postal mail, and online.   You earn 10 points for every $1.00 you spend on qualifying purchases.  I love that you have the option of redeeming your points immediately or saving them for up to a year to use during the holidays or to buy birthday presents for loved ones.    Have you partnered with a FREE Personal Shopper yet? Did you know it's FREE to use … [Read more...]

Sharing Latino Holiday Traditions With My Boys! #LBCMoreMerry @Sears #Ad

*This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with Sears and Latina Bloggers Connect. All opinions are 100% my own.    There is never one single moment when I don't think in both Spanish and English when I am having a conversation.  Being bilingual and a Latina is part of who I am with every fiber of my being.  I can still recall the fond memories that I have of being a young girl in Spain and living with my grandparents.  They were such an integral part of molding me into the person who I am today and even the kind of mother that I am to my children.  As a result, it is extremely important to me to pass down some of the life lessons and cultural holiday traditions that I was taught when I was growing up.     In Spain, we always ate Paella on Christmas Eve.  It is a seafood rice that contains shellfish and chicken and is cooked in a "paellera" which is a round, flat pan with two handles.  I can still recall the delicious scents that would waft in from the kitchen and, since … [Read more...]

Give More To The Ones You Love! #MasDeLoTuyo @Sears #MoreToYou #Ad

*This sponsored post was written by me in collaboration with Latina Bloggers Connect and Sears. All opinions are 100% mine.    Lately, my husband and I have been burning the candle at both ends.  I've been working full-time as a teacher and blogger and Hubby has been working to launch a small business.  Sometimes we get so busy that we don't even know whether we are coming or going but we always try to maintain our focus.  You see, we are determined to provide our boys with the kind of life and opportunities that we were not afforded when we were growing up.  In order to accomplish this, we know that it's going to take a lot of hard work and dedication on both of our parts.     Growing up, things were not easy for my husband and I financially.  He was raised by a disabled single mother who was on a fixed income and had to stretch her meager budget to make ends meet.  I, on the other hand, had both of my parents but my father was the only one who worked a blue-collar job and his … [Read more...]