Mommy of 2 with an 11 year age difference between the two. Just enough to ensure that we will never be empty-nesters and we will be paying off college tuition for basically forever. My hobbies are playing taxi driver to and from sports and activities for the kids, crocheting misshapen half-completed projects, and reading the same pages in a book repeatedly because I keep falling asleep. In my free time (when I'm supposed to be working, but I work from home, so I'm usually slacking and/or procrastinating), I enjoy listening to hip hop, online shopping for things that I ultimately leave in the shopping cart without buying because they're too expensive, and taking online quizzes to see what color of nail polish I am or what cast member of the Jersey Shore is my soul mate. My dude, live-in boyfriend, baby-daddy, pretend husband, significant other, etc etc is pretty awesome. He grows epic beards, sings silly songs, and is always down for dance parties.
I really like everything about this shampoo. The packaging is cute, the scent is very pleasant, and it leaves my hair very shiny and soft. I tend to get dull and frizzy hair during the winter (probably from wearing hats), and this really helps revitalize my hair.
I love Michaels - I buy so much stuff from them that I have the inventory to rival some craft stores. HOWEVER, I do not buy things from them online because I do not want to pay for shipping. I have no idea why a few bucks in shipping makes such a difference to me, but it is enough that I save all of my purchases for when I can go into a brick and mortar store.
I love sephora.com and visit the site at least once a week checking out new products and sales. Their site is easy to navigate, the descriptions are accurate (based on products I have purchased) and I really like how you get free samples with every order, and you can accumulate points for more free stuff.
I have been shopping at Victoria's Secret for about 20 years, and at this point I know my size because they are pretty consistent. This makes it so I can do all of my shopping online and very seldom need to actually go into the store to return or exchange items. Their site is easy to navigate, and I like shopping online so I do not have to deal with the overwhelming scents from their beauty section.
I only ever shop at bestbuy.com if there is a specific thing I need and I know it is already on sale. I never go on there just to browse because their site is not easy to navigate and their prices are not the best (even though their name implies otherwise). They do have good customer service, though. Two times I have called in because something I purchased either in price right after and they refunded me the difference without any issues.
I use lowes.com often. We are in the middle of about 10 home-improvement projects, so it seems like I order things online from them about once a week. I like ordering what I can online because their site is easy to navigate, I do not need to try to dodge the people at folding tables trying to sell me things I do not need (like a hospital-grade antibacterial filter thing that plugs into my furnace), and I almost always can find good coupon codes saving me money.
I am a regular Target shopper - both online and in a brick and mortar store. Wandering the aisles is a good escape and a bit of a stress-reliever, and they have a good online selection. You can find a lot of good clearance items in the store, but you cannot find the same selection as you can online.
I love chewy.com. I have a subscription for dog food, dog treats, cat food, and kitty litter. You absolutely cannot beat their prices, and their customer service is far superior to any business I have ever encountered. The ship times are great - I have always received my deliveries at least a day before quoted.
I use jet.com for cleaning supplies because their rates are better than amazon.com on items I regularly keep in stock. I like that they update their prices in real-time, but the downside is, if you wait hoping that the price will drop more, sometimes you get burned and it goes back up. It is like a game of roulette.
Amazon Prime Pantry is pretty cool. It gives you the ease of buying things online and not having to deal with real-life people. The only downside is that you still have to wait for delivery. So no last minute shopping.