When our favorites stores were forced to closed because of this pandemic, we had no choice but to be understanding.

Then shortly after, the online stores closed, and then we were really upset.

Don't get me wrong, there's nothing better than strolling through T,J. Maxx, HomeGoods and Marshalls stores on a day off or during the weekend when time permits. But once the T.J. Maxx online store was forced to temporarily close, that was painful. I figured if I couldn't visit the store in person for a while, I'd still be able to poke around online.

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Well, lucky for me and so many of us, as of May 12, T.J. Maxx online stores have reopened. It's progress, and it means we're getting closer to the real deal, the day when we can allow for a minimum of one full hour to roam around our favorite place on earth. That is going to feel so good. But opening up the online option for us while we wait feels good, too.  

There's one catch, though. According to the website HouseBeautiful, there will be a limit to how much you can actually purchase.

To keep an eye on when your T.J. Maxx will open for real, keep checking back right here.

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