“Come see The Home DÉcor Superstore at 6134 Junction Boulevard, Rego Park at Michigan Avenue with thousands of new and old styles at unbelievably low prices so affordable you will not believe it! Plus with 1000's of new arrivals each month, there are aisle after aisle of amazing selections. Shop online now for pickup in-store or curb-side.
“If you love to shop, then why not shop at home? There is no better place to go than your very own home. When you start finding all the comforts you have come to expect from the high-end stores, you are ready to relax and recharge for another round of shopping “at home”.
“Spend a wonderful summer weekend at home shopping with your family. Enjoy hot tea and coffee while surrounded by the beauty of nature. With great fresh fruits and vegetables at farmers' markets and local produce in local supermarkets, there are many ways to enjoy food at home without breaking your budget. You can enjoy shopping from the comfort of your own chair with the kids at play or when you need some much-needed R & R.”
“When you move to a new house, one of the first things that becomes clear is where to put the water heater. For many years, this has been a source of frustration for many homeowners. Today, most modern water heaters are located in an easily accessible spot and can be accessed with ease when you are in the mood for a hot drink. This makes your water heater with an item that can easily be worked on and stored when not in use.”
“Let's face it: shopping for clothes can become addictive. If you want to avoid running around stores looking for the latest styles and hottest colors, purchase a few basics that you can wear over again. For example, dress shirts, jeans, and a few pairs of khakis or dress pants will get you through many a summer season.” (From a post by Flo Paquet, Davenport Design Director)
“Many people have an issue with saving time at home. They dread the chore of folding clothes, folding laundry, and cleaning up dishes. It is important to learn how to save time at home. One simple way to do this is to make sure you have plenty of flat surfaces at home. These surfaces should be large and free of wrinkles, creases, or other lumps that may prevent them from being folded neatly and tightly when they are needed.” (From a post by Karen Smith, Retail Development Associate, National Leger)
“A favorite place to save time at home is the register at the grocery store. If you have the time and patience you can pick out your own fruits, vegetables, meats, dairy products, and even prescription medicines. Most pharmacies these days have a deli section where you can buy sandwiches, hamburgers, or other deli items. This is also a good place to pick out produce and snacks for your family. Some grocery stores have a small bakery that sells fresh baked goods during the holidays.” (From a post by Debra Bennett, Associate Marketing Writer, New Haven.)
I know I have mentioned some very personal areas to save time at home, but there are lots of others. In fact, many of the above tips, when combined, will help you save time and money on your shopping trips! The next time you need some ideas for saving time, look around your own home first. You may be surprised at some of the time-saving tricks you can apply right now. And who knows, your family and friends might give you even more ideas!