Family Lifestyle

Here’s How Errand-Free Saturdays Will Change Your Life

What do you do when you have a free Saturday? You take the kids to the swimming pool! I am partnering with Google Express to show you how I simplify my weekend errands with their shopping service Рread on to see how this will change your life!

How earrand free Saturday swill change your life - more time to do the things you want with the people you love

The sun is out and the living is easy! Right? When you have the kids sports games, special events, children begging you to go to the beach, and 7 million different errands to run, how do you spend your summer weekends? Me? However I want.

It’s time to change your life

There’s something about the weekend that tends to be overwhelming, I finally have the time to get things¬†done, but there’s so much to do and only two days to figure it out! This past weekend, for example, was¬†packed with a baseball game, a lazer tag birthday party, grocery shopping, and back to school shopping – and¬†at some point, I needed to sit down and do some writing, and hopefully SLEEP.

Beautiful brown mixed kids love swimming

Since literally nobody wants to spend their weekends running errands, I decided to try Google Express, an online shopping service that allows customers to purchase items online from multiple stores Рall in one easy shopping cart. I avoided crazy parking lots, crowded store check out lines, and I received my items the next business day! I got everything done and more Рmy Saturday ended up being absolutely free! We decided to spend the day splashing around together at the pool instead, and I still got all of my shopping done and got my life together for the baseball game and birthday party on Sunday.

Google Express logo

Errands, be gone!

With Google Express, I was able to knock out my entire shopping list and stock up household necessities without ever walking out the door. There are lots of popular retailers we all know and love, Target, Whole Foods, Kohls, Fry’s, Gymboree, and Toys”R”Us are my top store picks. The best part, I think, is that you can choose same day, overnight, or 2-day delivery, dependent upon the products you choose.

So instead of driving around the city every week to each Target, Gymboree, Costco, and Whole Food’s stores to get everything I need, I have more time to do this…

Brother and sister jump in the pool together

Here’s the thing – I have so many different things on my plate these days that I don’t have the time to drive from store to store to get my errands all done. I can imagine this service being useful and convenient in so many situations. You know, for those times when the baby is napping, for the elderly, those that are disabled, or for moms like me who don’t always want to pack everyone up¬†in the car for a grocery run.

Wanna try Google Express for free?

If it’s time for you to free up your Saturdays and change your life, this is the BEST time to try Google Express!¬†Google Express is offering a free 6 month membership to those who are interested, click TRY IT FREE on the membership page and use promo code FREETIME. Also, you can get a¬†$15 credit for your first order*¬†through this link (referral code¬†9YMERL2AV), which is to be entered at check out. That’s free stuff, y’all!

I am so glad that I found this service. Give Google Express a try, get your to-do list done, and get on with your day!

What will you do with all of your free time this Saturday?

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*Give $15, Get $15: Offer may end at any time/valid until 08/31/2016 while your account is active. Limited to Google Express accounts that received the offer from Google. Each valid referral gets you a $15 courtesy credit when the new users you referred place their first order using your referral code. Alcohol, gift cards, membership costs, and shipping & service fees excluded. Credits you give are subject to these terms. Credits you get are subject to these terms.*

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