I love having the Amazon app on my phone and laptop. If I need anything, and I mean anything, I just do a search, click on the item, click on 1-day delivery cuz I’m a prime member and continue on my day.
This is verrrry convenient if you are a teacher and you realize you don’t have enough glue sticks or dry erase markers to last you to the end of the week. You can email parents for more supplies-that works once or twice. Parents are over it buying the class pencils. (maybe if the students would stop gnawing the erasers off and chewing up the pencils I wouldn’t have to beg. I think I have a class of beavers in there)
However, I just opened my bank statement and my mouth dropped. There were at least 10 -I stopped counting, Amazon charges. How could that be? What in the world did I buy? Did someone log into my account?
After taking the time to go through all of the charges, it actually was me buying “stuff” I thought I needed for school and home. I keep thinking I save more money buy just ordering the things I NEED through Amazon. I think I’m going to have to rethink my thinking–and delete the app off my phone.
4 thoughts on “Day 25: Amazon”
A class of beavers made me laugh. I to have a class of chewers this year. My back up pencil bin is dwindling and I hope I have enough on hand to for the rest of the school year.
I recently got the Amazon app. It is so dangerous!
Ouch! I had to turn off 1-click shopping on my laptop to avoid spontaneous purchases. An app sounds really dangerous! Clearly it is!
My name is Lisa and I am addicted to Amazon. I feel your pain!!
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Ha! There is such a thing as too much of a good thing. But still…a good thing, it a good thing. How do you say no.