And here's a picture of me at 19 weeks...
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Walgreens. All opinions are 100% mine.
When I told my hubby that Walgreens was no longer accepting Express Scripts he said it was about time. To give you a little background my hubby works in the healthcare industry and understands a little more behind the scenes than the average person. So, he wasn't surprised that they cut ties, but he knew that a lot of people would be affected by the breakup.
Walgreens understands that their costumers aren't made of money, and any insurance is usually better than none. So they are offering a special discount.
Special Discount Includes:
-Discount on annual membership for it's Prescription Savings Club. Read about it here (Prescription Savings Club at Walgreens) $10 a year for a family membership, it covers everyone in your immediate family, including a spouse, dependents 22 and younger and pets. Individuals may join for just $5 a year.
-Savings on more than 8,000 brand-name and ALL generic medications
-Discounts on flu shots, pet prescriptions, nebulizers and diabetic supplies.
-Bonuses when you purchase Walgreens brand products and photofinishing services.
It is a great offer, and if you are like me and shop at Walgreens for more than just prescriptions you could really save with this membership.
Normally I stack all my bills, EOB's, car repair statements, bank statements and any other paper that I think needs to be filled. I stack all of these papers in my office and eventually the stack gets several inches high and just looking the stack, knowing that I need to file it makes it seem too overwhelming. So this year I have taken a different approach.
I saw this idea on pinterest, and I didn't pin it--and now I can't find the source.
So far it has kept the counter completely free. And I showed my hubby the system and he even put papers away without it touching the counter.
I have been searching blogdom for some organizational helps and found one person did a similar concept, but she bought a filing system that comes with a lid. At the end of the year she writes the year on the outside of the box and puts the lid on and the filing is done. My plan, if I like this system, is to buy those boxes for next year and file this years and begin next years in the better box. Does that make sense?
So now I can say I am ready for the year.
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