One thing as a parent I have complete mixed feelings about every year is shopping for Back to School.

On the one hand I'm excited because, hello, shopping.

One the other hand I'm dreading it because, well, shopping.

I love buying clothes for my kids. And I love when I can send them off to school looking their best in every way...

But the thought of having to drop my entire life's savings on my kid once a year just to get them everything they are going to need before I send them off to a world where having the coolest pencil box determines his worth, scares me senseless.

And leaves my wallet in pain.

Which leads me to the same question that Moms all over the country (and probably the world) are crying, "Why do clothes and supplies have to by so expensive?"

My answer to that?

It doesn't.

You just have to know how to shop smart.

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