This past week we had a house full of people. Family friends to be exact. My best friend Brandi drove up from Florida with her four kids in tow. Our three boys were here as well. It was cramped, it was chaotic, and it was amazingly fun! Oh, and we only have one bathroom — for all to share! That meant, 10 people total using only one bathroom. Seven of those people were under the age of 16, y’all know what that means — I shouldn’t have to spell it out for ya! As soon as I knew they were coming I ran (okay, I really drove there instead) to our local Walmart and picked up the only toilet paper I knew would hold up to handling 10 people — yep, Cottonelle Mega Roll!
I love having guests over. It’s even better when they are people you love and have been dying to see since forever! Because we were so many, I had to get creative. I want to share some of that creativity with you all! Here are a few tips that can help keep your bathroom stocked with Cottonelle Mega Rolls when company is visiting and staying for a while.
Use Walmart Grocery Pick-Up
I don’t know about you all, but my local Walmart offers grocery pick up. I order on line, and when I get to the store, it’s already paid and waiting for me, they even bring it right out to my car. Click here to see if Walmart Grocery Pickup is available in your area! It’s a wonderful time saver when you’re rushing around getting your house ready for your guests.
Make Individual Baskets or Bags
Besides the main basket I made for the bathroom, I made individual baskets for each guest. For the kids, I used toothbrushes, toothpaste, wipes, floss, other essentials, and Cottonelle rolls of course!
For Brandi, I made her a basket with body wash, sugar scrub, and glittery smell goods! Needless to say, she loved it!
Use Coupons! Use Ibotta!
You guys, I bought about 5 packs of the Cottonelle Mega Rolls. I also saved a bunch by using the Ibotta Coupon! You save $1 on each package of Cottonelle Mega Rolls you purchase! Just because you love entertaining doesn’t mean that you have to go broke doing it, right?