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Being one of largest online thrift store, ThreadUp offers a large variety of styles and options to browser through. While I personally think that some of their luxury items are overpriced and can be found at a better value elsewhere, great deals can be found with the designer and contemporary brands they consign. They generally end up having huge stock from brands like Free People, MADEWELL, Lululemon and the such. And many pieces are new with tags. Ultimately, it's a wonderful place to shop secondhand and way more organized than most traditional thrift shops I frequent. That's why I was excited to hear that they recently partnered with Rent The Runway to help them recycle their clothing.
I first discovered CozyPhones about a year ago when we were getting ready to go out to Colorado for Edison's first birthday. Even though it was only a 2 hour plane ride, we figured that everyone around us would appreciated 1) not listening to a screaming toddler and 2) not listening to Baby Shark on repeat. So I scrolled though my options on Amazon and came across CozyPhone, and decided to give them a try.
I was introduced to reusable menstrual products back in 2014, and have pretty much used them ever since. Not only are they great for the environment and on your pocket book, but I find them to be much more comfortable to use too compared to tampon and pads. So when the people at HighOh a company that makes bamboo based pads, reached out me to do a review, I was more than happy to test them out.
Cultivating and developing new skills in Edison is a top priority for me as a mom. And it's even better when I can develop those skills in ways he finds enjoyable and engaging. That's why I was intrigied to learn more when I received an email from Education.com, asking me to spread awareness of their [...]