This post was sponsored by Sears. All the opinions are mine.
When we moved into our new home a couple of months ago, we bought appliances and furniture from Sears, starting from the TV, refrigerator, washer and dryer, mattresses, etc. Almost everything necessary to furnish your home could be found from Sears. Sears could help when you move into a new home, apartment and even teens when they go to college and move to their own dorm room. Moving from one place to another needs a lot of adjustments, on your outside environment as well as the feeling of being at home in the new place.
Sears created a website where parents could help their teens move into a new life; their college life, easier and hassle free. This website could help parents and teens CampusReady by decorating their dorm room even before they arrive on campus. They can choose the type of furnishing, colors and style they want, from funky femme, vintage chic to all around athlete. They give tips on how to save spaces and organize clutters too.
If you are concerned about budget, you can automatically see prices on each product by just a click of a mouse. If you want to go shopping in store, you can easily download a checklist to guide you through, to make sure that you have everything they need when they move to their first home away from home.
Don't forget about the clothes! They need lots of it, and you could get them from Sears too. You can shop from their latest trends of tops and tees to jeans and accessories. Just a one stop shop!
So, we have been talking about shopping and spending, it's time to find ways how to save and earn money. With all the moving, tuition fees and miscellaneous expenses, our children have to learn the value of money. Sears has some tips on how college kids could have some fun without spending, saving money on groceries and books, and how to live smart. They even partner with Upromise to help you with tuition fees. You can have a chance to win a total of $25,000! For complete details and full rules, please visit sears.com/campusready.
Your teens could be a fan of CampusReady on Facebook.