‘Revenge shopping’ is at an all-time high, but what is it?
“Revenge shopping” is the idea that people are ready to refresh their wardrobes in order avenge what they were denied in 2020. Now, many people are ready to spend big bucks to refresh their wardrobes for upcoming vacations and social gatherings.
The 2021 ‘Dirty Dozen’ is here: These 12 fruits and vegetables have an alarming amount of pesticide
Each year, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) compiles a list of fruits and vegetables that are sold with high levels of pesticide residue they have coined, the “Dirty Dozen.”This year’s “Dirty Dozen” list, which was released on Wednesday, has two noticeable changes that may come as a surprise to those who regularly shop along the produce aisle. This year, the team has added “Collard and mustard greens” to the list alongside kale, which had been alone at No. According to the report, the pesticide most frequently found on collard and mustard greens is DCPA. Another notable change is the addition of bell peppers and hot peppers, which are now ranked at No. Here is the 2021 “Dirty Dozen” list:Strawberries Spinach Kale, collard, and mustard greens Nectarines Apples Grapes Cherries Peaches Pears Bell and hot peppers Celery TomatoesTo read the full list and to learn more about how they conduct their findings, click here.
Amazon Prime Day is almost upon us; follow these tips and you won’t miss a thing
Y’all, the next best thing to Christmas is quickly approaching: Amazon Prime Day 2020. You can already start “watching” items you’d like to get an alert on, whenever they go on sale on Amazon Prime Day. In the app or on the website, when you look up an item, check for the Prime Day badge, which means it’s a Prime Day Deal. Amazon Prime Day 2020 notification directions. Now you, my friend, are full of knowledge and power to take on Amazon Prime Day 2020.
These hilarious tweets about Target are making moms everywhere feel seen
We get that there are much bigger problems in the world, but we couldn’t help but laugh at some of these hilarious posts people are making about how much they’re missing Target. If you’re a Target lover, we feel confident you will enjoy these posts just as much as we do. — Rory (@rcdaly95) March 31, 2020I had a dream that I went to target & woke up thinking my dream was real. Now I'm upset #imisstarget — KCB (@kaseytheginge) October 31, 2014I miss the days of wandering aimlessly through the aisles of Target. #TARGET pic.twitter.com/KuPF3EAblD — jess (@jess_arabie) April 3, 2020Getting dressed up to go to #Target cause that’s one of the only places I’m allowed to go in this free world.
Whole Foods workers test positive for coronavirus. Here’s what stores are doing to protect you.
“I was like, how could this not be good?”Inside stores, you see many people wearing masks and observing marked spots to promote social distancing. Grocery chains are taking different steps to protect their clients and employees during the coronavirus pandemic. Now they’re saying they will allow workers to wear masks and gloves for their personal comfort. One Publix in Miami-Dade County underwent a deep cleaning after an employee tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the store confirmed Monday. Many stores are now also limiting the number of people in the store at a given time.
South Florida businesses feel effects of COVID-19
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – The COVID-19 pandemic could be devastating to local shopping malls, restaurants and movie theaters. While doctors are asking people to stay away from large gatherings and distance themselves from others, South Florida malls will remain open. A female shopper hadn’t decided whether she’d be going out or staying in this weekend. One shopper had already made up her mind that she was staying in all weekend. "I’ll be glued to my television set.”Aventura Mall did not have anything posted on its website about any changes.
Bloomingdale’s to shutter Miami-Dade store
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, Fla. – The Bloomingdale’s store that survived Hurricane Andrew was unable to withstand the retail storm destroying brick-and-mortar establishments across the country. The high-end department store’s Miami-Dade location at The Falls shopping center will be going out of business effective on Jan. 11. With only 35 stores in the U.S., the closing of a store like Bloomingdale’s is a reminder that all is not well in the retail world. The Bloomingdale’s at The Falls opened in 1984, but closed for over a year when it was severely damaged in Hurricane Andrew. The store reopened in late 1993 and has been an anchor at the mall ever since.
All the Cyber Monday 2019 deals we’re freaking out about
One of our favorite TV deals yet ... also from Target. You might even be able to get deals up to 70% off on select items (plus free shipping). At Levi’s, the company is offering 40% off full-priced items and an extra 50% off on sale items, plus free shipping when you enter CYBER. Forbes put out a handy list of the best Cyber Monday deals, which included this great find. We could round up TV deals all day.
Local Amazon fulfillment facility at full-speed on Cyber Monday
Amazon fulfillment center in Opa-locka. Nearly 2,000 workers will be on hand to help with the thousands of Cyber Monday orders. "When you hit that buy button, the Amazon robotics are going to find the product, send it over to our pickers," said Amazon spokesperson Saige Kolpack. Cyber Monday sales are expected to top more than $9.4 billion this year and Amazon officials have spent the past several months making sure they're ready. Based on the number of items ordered, Amazon officials said this year was the company’s biggest Black Friday ever.