It depends on where you work and what the internet usage policy is. At most jobs shopping online during a lunch break should not be a problem, but be aware that anything you do on a company computer could be viewed by a third party, so any thing you would like to keep private, including your credit card or bank information should not be done over a work network or computer.
If an employer pays you to be there working, that is what we need to be doing. A lot of employers will allow private internet access during lunch or breaks. Frankly, I think those kinds of things need to be done in the privacy of our own homes.
by Barbara Balchin 7 months ago
Hiya, I'm a Avon rep and I'm trying to launch my Avon online shop, I'm hoping blogging and web pages will give me a boost, there are lots of words and actions I dont fully understand and I'm trying to get to grips with it but I think with a little help and support, self teaching and practice will...
by Kathryn L Hill 2 years ago
Plain Old Forks want what the Shiny Silver Spoons have. Those forks see they will never be able to scoop up whatever they please like the silver spoons do. "Its not fair!" they proclaim. "Where is the equality? Where is the justice? I want delicious mouthfuls too!" So, they...
by Martin 5 years ago
Will you do most of your Christmas shopping online or in a Ground storeMy shopping now is almost 50 - 50 between online and ground stores.What way is your shopping
by healthygirlnow 7 years ago
I love that you don't have to pay full price for anything! Simply do a search on an item or a retailer and you can find coupons to either print or use a discount code during your transaction. You can sign up for daily deals and get email notifications to purchase a great deal.
by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS 4 years ago
Although it is much safer to shop online; there is that interaction not only with sales personnel but with other shoppers when it is done within brick and mortar. People seem friendlier and more willing to assist during the holiday season. However, you don’t have to spend money for gas, dress...
by tonynosense 8 years ago
Internet and computers obviously cost money. How can you use the internet to save money. Would like to hear your tips. Some ways it has helped me:1. eliminating newspaper and magazine subscriptions2. free and discounted ebooks online3. finding deals on shopping and travel4. reducing the need to...
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