I don’t like to even think about shopping for Christmas until after Thanksgiving. I like to enjoy each holiday all on its own, not as Hallow-giving-mas. Frankly, I’m surprised the Valentine’s candy isn’t out yet.
I’ve never shopped on Black Friday because I am still enjoying my family Thanksgiving. Especially this year, with my two older kids out of the house and far away. Waste one second away from them? I don’t think so.
Still other folks love to shop way ahead to spread out the expenses, have plenty of time to comparison shop, avoid last-minute stress, and to have the very best selection. I think these are all good and valid reasons to shop ahead.
Now you can sign up as a Personal Shopper in the SHOP YOUR WAY program to boost your income and help your friends and family save time and money.
Signing up as personal shopper is free, and inviting your family and friends to become your clients is easy to do. Once they sign up as your client, you can start sharing and recommending Sears’ great products and services.
I used the SHOP YOUR WAY tools to build personalized catalogs, create polls, and make recommendations to my clients that will make shopping easier for them. I’m looking for boots for my sister-in-law, so I made a catalog she can look at and choose from.
Love Craftsman tools? Make a catalog so you husband can get you that belt sander you’ve had your eye on.
I think this is a great way to make wish lists for yourself or your kids for loved ones who want to shop off a specific wish list.
It can be tricky for extended family to know exactly what to get your kids. Setting up a catalog for them to shop from helps eliminate doubt for them and ensures your children get what they like and need.
Everyone in my family doesn’t shop that way. My mom is great with giving perfect, thoughtful gifts to my kids, but my dad isn’t used to shopping for kids and LOVES knowing exactly what to get.
If you’d like a preview of the Sears Black Friday circular, check out the link.
Also, everything you ever wanted to know about the Personal Shopper program but were afraid to ask are available it that link.
I’d love it if you’d check out the Personal Shopper program by signing up here. They ask for a bit of info, but it’s a secure site and many of the questions are optional. If you are already signed up for the program, let me know so I can follow you.
This post is sponsored by Sears. Opinions and leopard print pajamas are all mine.