Stocking stuffers can be the easiest things for me to buy. I slip a little something into each shopping trip, keeping track of what I buy of course. This year, Crayola has provided some great stuffers, keeping our kids creative minds going.
I am Momma, hear me bagging for coffee? Bean Box has given us a way out of running out of coffee. They deliver it, conveniently, to your door. I know I can’t be the only one to ever wish that you could have coffee delivered to your door. While it isn’t a steaming cup ready for you to sip, opening the box alone is enough to perk you up.
“Whether you’re looking to expand your palate or fill your morning cup, we have a plan for you that doesn’t include running to the store. Only want dark roasts? Done. Need to skip a month? Easy.”
We love trying new and different flavors of coffee looking for the next great cup, but we don’t always love every bag we’ve bought, so we end up with a lot of coffee that we don’t necessarily enjoy. Bean Box helps. Four samples. Love something then you have the option to buy it since they make sure you know what coffees you received, simply head to their site to find it.
Bean Box partners with Seattle’s top independent coffee roasters to curate and deliver the highest quality, freshly-roasted coffee to their customers.
How does Bean Box work?
They hand pick coffee from Seattle’s top-rated roasters every month.
Ship the beans to you or your lucky gift recipient in a handsome Bean Box.
You brew and enjoy delicious coffee with each unique roast.
Disclosure: I received a box for the purpose of this review. I did not receive compensation and the review is 100% honest.
This Christmas, let’s give our kids some new twist on old classics, as well as a way to get more creative with their tablets, with Crayola. I’ve been a fan of Crayola products since I was a child. It’s the only brand I remember my mom buying me, and it’s the only brand that I buy for my children. I trust them wholeheartedly, and love the new products they have out as well as their classic crayons and markers, as well as their paints.
The first thing we ripped into was the Crayon Carver:
Can you believe that there is just over a month left until Christmas? I can honestly say, I am done shopping. Hubby still has two things to pick up this week when he goes into the city for a meeting and then I have to start wrapping. Though I tend to put that off until the last week that I possibly can. I love the shopping and buying for people, hate the wrapping.
How do I get so much shopping done so early? I do my Christmas shopping all year long! It adds a couple extra bucks to my grocery bill to throw in an extra bottle of bubble bath for one of my girls, or a pack of *crayons. It doesn’t add much, but come December, you have a lot, if not all, of your stocking stuffers.
*If you are going to do that… the above… keep track or you’ll end up with doubles or triples!*
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After packing up our house to move (again) I got to see just how many toys my kids have. And how many of those toys don’t get played with anymore. Wow, there were a lot of toys. Now I have just learned a few new things, like:
Did you know that on average families spend $1000 a year, per child, on toys?