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Friday Finds-Joss & Main

Joss & Main is one of my favorite high-end discount sites.  They offer designer brands for the home at great prices to their members and always have the most stylish products.

Today I purchased two new finds.  The first is this coffee table book called Cool Hotels USA.  Amazon, who normally has the best prices on books, is selling it for $12.95, and I got it on Joss & Main for $7.95!  I'm always looking for unique hotels to stay in so I think this book will be perfect!  And it shows accommodations at various price points so I won't just have to dream about them :)
I also got this fabulous lamp by Adesso.  It's called the Lia Lamp and it normally retails as $135.00, but I got it for $59.95!  Even on the Adesso website it's still over $20 more.  Steal!  I've been looking for a lamp like this for some time, so I knew when I saw it (especially at this price point) that I had to snatch it up.  The lamp is on sale for 21 more hours, unless it sells out before then.  So if you're interested, you should buy it quickly!
If you don't already have a membership to Joss & Main and would like one, you can get one by clicking on the button below.  It doesn't cost anything, but you will need to be invited by a member (that's me) to get in automatically.
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In other news, my mom and I are heading to south Alabama tonight to visit my sis and her family for my nephews 5th birthday.  It should be a good time!  Speaking of my sis, look at her 18-week belly bump shot from yesterday.  Isn't Meredith such a cute little preggo? :) 

We're now less than 2 weeks away from finding out if Baby Smith is a little girl or boy!  I can hardly wait to find out!

I hope you all have a great weekend!



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