Let’s face it. We probably turn to Google far more often in a day then you would think would be humanly possible. We turn to Google to find the weather, make a measurement conversion while we’re cooking, find reviews on that new big purchase we want to make, or check that weird rash that’s suddenly shown up on our arm.
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We love doing a little online shopping from time to time, but if there’s something we really need sooner rather than later, we’d rather make the trek out to the store itself. Sure, that means getting in our car, driving to the store, and wandering around for at least 30 minutes before walking out with our purchase…plus maybe a few impulse buys…in hand, but at least we didn’t pay shipping right?
We’ve all done a little online shopping at least once in our lives. How can you resist the temptation of buying that cart full of goods while you sit in bed in your pjs? Plus, they’re getting delivered straight to your door! That’s called a win-win. But, here’s the problem with online shopping. The price you see today might not be the price tomorrow.
When it comes to gift-giving, we’re not all on top of our game. Half the time we wander around the store, wondering what someone might actually like, and then end up buying a gift card because it just seems easier. Why give them the hassle of having to exchange something and instead just give them the pleasure of a little shopping on you, right?
We are all painfully aware that yesterday was April Fool’s Day, and while some of you may have pulled pranks on loved ones, a lot of April Fooling came from different brands and sites across the Internet. Samsung had a “smartknife”, Google let you play PacMan in Google Maps, and there was also a new shoe called the Selfie Shoe. Let’s just be really thankful that one is in fact fake!