Doesn’t this look so comfortable? I can feel the Spring breeze on my face already!
Spring sounds amazing, but remember all the bugs? Stop swatting at them constantly while relaxing in the back yard with this instant screen house!
Keep sports accessories, spare snacks, and car supplies organized with this handy trunk organizer.
Since you will be spending a lot more time outdoors, make sure to set up some LED motion sensor lights!
One of my favorite parts of Spring is being able to pull out my Spring outfits. This adorable 50s style dress is absolutely perfect…and affordable! Plus there are several designs to choose from.
This Polar A360 Fitness Tracker features a Wrist Heart Rate Monitor. This is a great way to keep yourself accountable and focus on your health this Spring!
Ahh…a glass of iced sweet tea! I can’t wait! This tea brewing system comes with a glass pitcher to serve your guests and yourself.
8. Get Organized with a 12 Month Planner
Erin Condren Life Planners are quality made and customizable. With the kids’ summer sports, date nights, spring/summer parties, and more, you will want to keep everything organized in one place!
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Protect your face as you start spending more time in the sun with a moisturizer that contains SPF protection!
I saved this for last because as much as I love to be organized…cleaning house is not necessarily the most “fun” part of Spring :) But I LOVE some good organizers! These are so versatile too.
Moving can be scary and an unknown territory for kids. My family is currently in the process of moving and I want to share with you some tips that have been working for us!
1) Get the kids involved.
Don’t just send them away to their room or a friend’s house as you pack. Let them help! Turn some tunes on and have some fun. The kids can decorate boxes or pack some of their things (that you will undoubtedly have to re-pack at night, but hey, the kids are keeping happy and busy so it’s a win to me!)
2) Take lots of breaks.
The kids don’t understand why you have to pack, pack, pack, instead of play, play, play. Make sure to dedicate 15 minutes of every hour to the kids, even if they are “helping.”
3) Let the kids “clean” while you pack.
This is definitely a win-win. The kids are happy and busy and they might actually save you a little time. Or maybe not, but it will help them feel needed and it will improve everyone’s attitude. Tip: Have the kids use baby wipes rather than Lysol or Clorox wipes.
4) Get out occasionally.
Everyone needs to re-set. Seeing boxes all day long is exhausting. Get out, go for a walk, go get ice cream cones, or whatever your thing is. Just make sure it’s away from the house!
5) Pick a special surprise for when the move is complete.
Make sure the kids open the surprise gift at the new house. It will serve as a reward for putting up with such a difficult transition.
6) Involve the kids in activities near the new home to give it a positive, exciting vibe.
If the kids are able to make new friends or have any positive feelings towards the new neighborhood or town, it will greatly help with their adjustment. Join a local club or even visit the local parks to get comfortable with the new neighborhood or town.
My favorite of the year is on it’s way and I am so excited! In celebration, we will be putting together a holiday gift guide to show you some of our favorite products, newly released products, and other gift ideas!
Readers: Stay tuned for our gift guide! We’ve already started trying out new products to see whether they are worthy of a spot. Feel free to comment with your recommendations!
PR/Brands: Do you have products that would make great Christmas presents or stocking stuffers this year? I would love to collaborate with you and find out just what you have in mind! Please email us at FamilyCentsability@gmail.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Types of gifts we would like to include: