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It’s been a few weeks since I partnered with Visa Clear Prepaid and received my Prepaid Visa® RushCard in the mail. Since budgeting and grocery shopping for a family of four can be challenging, my plan was to add my weekly grocery budget to my card and use that to help me keep things in line.

So, what were the results?

Would you believe that I was able to spoil myself with this cute little jumper just by putting my grocery money on a Prepaid Visa® RushCard?


Anxious to find out how this worked? Read on!

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My weekly grocery budget for my twin 4-year-olds, my husband, and myself is around $150. I try to stay within this as much as I can given that this particular amount makes the most sense provided our income and my family’s nutritional needs.

Unfortunately, when you add my killer sweet tooth, and my children’s penchant for grabbing last minute snacks at checkout to the equation, we always tend to go slightly over our allocated amount.

Putting my grocery money onto my Prepaid Visa® RushCard put an end to all of that. Going into the grocery store knowing that I had to stick within a certain amount made me way more aware of what I was spending. I was so aware, in fact, that I consistently came in under budget each week.


Not only did I come in under budget, but I was also shopping with peace of mind. My Prepaid Visa® RushCard is part of the Visa Clear Prepaid program, which means that I can easily understand my prepaid card’s monthly fee and I won’t be surprised by random fees, or confused about irregular fee schedules.


All in all, I feel that my Prepaid Visa® RushCard has proven to be a unique way for me to stick to a grocery budget and it’s ultimately allowed me the opportunity to spoil myself with a much-deserved bonus at the end of every month. Try it, and see how the Prepaid Visa® RushCard can work for your family!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Visa Clear Prepaid and Prepaid Visa® RushCard.


  1. worriedafricanmommi
    September 4, 2015 at 5:02 pm — Reply

    Both my girls hair stopped growing.PLEASE HELP US…i can’t even define what kind pf hair they have but its soft always…never dry really…what can i do to grow their hair??

    • September 11, 2015 at 8:41 am — Reply

      There are a lot of factors that go into getting hair to retain length. Hair never stops growing (unless there’s some underlying medical condition). The issue is usually that the hair is breaking off faster than it can grow, and it’s going to be up to you to determine when and where that breakage is happening.
      Let me give you a few questions to consider:
      – Do you only detangle your little one’s hair with a wide tooth comb when the hair is damp and slick with conditioner?
      – Do you make sure to put a protective style (braids, twists, cornrows) in your little one’s hair at least 60% of the time?
      – Do you deep condition at least bi-weekly?
      – Do they wear a satin bonnet or sleep on a satin pillowcase every night?
      – Do you wash their hair in sections making sure not to pile the hair on top of the head?
      – Do you apply a spritz of water or a water-based leave-in to their hair before you apply any oils?
      – Do they get in the recommended amount of water for their age group each day?

      If you answered “no” to ANY of those questions, those would be some great places to start in regards to helping their hair retain length and moisture.
      Good luck! 🙂

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