You've heard me say it before, and I'm about to say it again: I like soap.com. Wait, nope, I value soap.com.
No, I'm not hired to brag about them and no I've not been asked to write something fluffy about them. I just want to because they're just that good.
I read that the average housewife spends 12 months of her life running errands for household and toiletry products. I've decided not be in the average - I clickclickclick on my laptop and wait for my doorbell to ring three days later with everything I need.
I have a membership to Sam's and think it's great for food products. But, I don't want a 17 gallon bottle of shampoo in my shower or a 120-roll toilet paper pack in my closet.
I like to use coupons and I like to shop with what's on sale. Sometimes I even get in on the "use 86 coupons on the sixth Thursday of every odd month that falls on leapyear and you can receive $329 of products for free." But what about the things I need before that kind of sale happens?
Soap.com. Clickclickclick. Done.
I still use vendor coupons to save a few bucks and shipping is free and arrives two or three days after I place my order. I don't take three kids to the store for errands and hope that I escape without a meltdown or a spilled snack or a dirty diaper. I don't do my shopping in the late evening when my husband is home from work and can watch the kids and I'm tired. And I certainly don't fill my cart with three boxes of diapers and realize there's not room for anything else so I need to come back again.
Nope. No sirree.
Here's what came in todays delivery - a random assortment of toiletry and household things I needed and things I had coupons for.
Go ahead and try it. Remember: clickclickclick and you're done.