When I first saw this opportunity on my PPP dashboard, I was a little confused. I don’t personally wear boots like this — in fact I’m a sneakers kind of girl myself. Then I stopped and realized I’m married to someone who might enjoy a good pair of work boots. I’m sure most of my readers know of a man who could use work boots. Boots-USA.com has a crisp layout and no record with the BBB, which I assume should mean they don’t have a bad reputation. I love finding reputable internet shops, so this sounds promising.
Their Rocky Boots collection in particular looks nice, and they received Brian’s stamp of approval. They also carry Timberland boots, which is a brand he’s very familiar with. He likes these types of boots because they provide him extra ankle support, as well as extra protection in case something falls on his feet. I’d say free shipping anywhere within the continental United States, a 365 return policy, and free return shipping would make for a great deal, too. They’ve also got some great running and hiking shoes for women, so it’s not just for the men in our lives. Check them out and see if they’re right for you.
In August 2006, I celebrated the approaching graduation date with the purchase of a brand new Dell laptop. I justified that I would use her — yes, her — for all my classes during those final classes. Oh, and I did. Enigmatic Shadow — I named her after my first computer (Enigma). I have a soft-spot in my heart for technology. I honestly don’t know how people survived without it. If I’ve got some nagging questions, I turn to Google to search until I’m satisfied with the information I dig up. I keep in touch with people through the internet. I track progress on a plethora of issues. For me, I absolutely love being plugged in — it just feels so comforting. So earlier this year when my first laptop began to really deteriorate, I knew I wanted another Dell. I’m a PC, and I like it that way. The problems between the PCs and Macs are just different, that’s all. It’s a matter of what you’re comfortable with. Now obviously, I got my new laptop before I knew it was probably better to save the money for a particularly tough phase of life. However, I can’t imagine how I would be coping with this difficult time without a working laptop in order to perform a job hunt.
So when I was offered to write about the deals being offered on Dell computers and laptops at Savings.com, I jumped at the chance. Savings.com also offers other coupons and has a good reputation, so it just makes sense to share the Dell discounts offer they have over there. I personally got a good 3.5 years of usage out of my first laptop, and in that time I only had to replace the battery once. The DVD drive on that laptop was faulty, and the process to replace it during the warranty period was fairly simple in retrospect. I can safely recommend both the Dell brand and the Savings.com website.