Hate malls? Raise your hand!
To simplify your lives, I’ve picked out some gifts for your ADHD loved one (or for yourself!) that you can purchase online at Amazon. Stay away from chaos and germs! Shop on your keyboard!
Some of these items are already on sale so hurry and grab them while you can. Lots of people will be shopping online this year.
Want to just browse on your own? Check out Amazon Black Friday Deals– they’ve already begun!
I hope these ideas help you get through the holiday season with less stress.
To you and yours- Happy Holidays!
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Happy Shopping, Happy Holidays! Stay SAFE!
Disclosure: I earn commissions (usually less than the cost of 1/2 cup of lukewarm coffee) for Amazon purchases made through links in this post. The good news is, I don’t sell your information or steal your cookies. 🙂
The cost of the sound machine when I looked it up on Amazon because I couldn’t get it clicking on your link was 21.99. Do you access to different prices?
That’s odd. When I click on the photo on my blog page, it takes me right to that sound machine and the cost is $21.99. It’s at https://amzn.to/3Vl3i0K . Is that the one you’re trying to access?
I get $17.59. It may have dropped.
Amazon is notorious for changing the prices of things ALL the time (I shop at Amazon WAY too often 😉 ). I’ve had things sit in my ‘cart’ for weeks, and have seen some items stay the same price the entire time, and others change price half a dozen times! Also, unlike at stores, I’ve seen clothing prices change simply by changing the size or color of an item. I assume it’s due to supply and demand. My indecisiveness has caused me to delay purchasing something in my cart, only to find out the next day when I decide to order it that the price has gone up (sometimes I will wait to see if it will go back down).
Hope this helps explain a possible reason for price discrepancies. 🙂
That is SO TRUE! Generally- for me, anyway- prices seem to increase if I don’t purchase things fairly quickly. But I may do a test to see if that’s truly the case.
Thanks for your comment! 🙂