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Items worth adding before Prime Early Access sale is over

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Hi friends! I hope that you’re having a wonderful day. The kids are officially on fall break (WAHOO!) and I’m packing us up for a little staycation at Great Wolf Lodge.

I wanted to share some of the best deals from the Prime Early Access sale that are still available. The sale ends tonight, so I’m spending an hour or so adding some home products, clothes, and holiday gifts to our cart.

Items worth adding before Prime Early Access sale is over

My faves:

Such a great price for the original Peloton bike! This is the same one we have and love!

I LOVE our Ring doorbell. It’s so nice to be able to see who’s at the door and be able to talk to them. Also, it’s very fun to see the Trick or Treaters since we’re usually not home on Halloween. (We have a bucket of candy on the porch that’s always dumped into one kids’ bag lol)

I want to try these nontoxic whitening strips.

The makeup eraser. I’m obsessed with this thing, and it really does remove so much makeup, including eye makeup. I travel with the mini versions.

The best milk frother. It’s so inexpensive and really makes a difference in your morning coffee.

This toiletry travel bag.

My favorite water bottle! I’ve used so many types and always come back to this one. It’s the water bottle the kids use and love, too.

This scalp massager for applying shampoo.

Love these fuzzy slippers!

This brow gel is a gold star.

This super cute lounge set.

Such a great deal on these claw clips.

The best detangling brush.

This is the waterpik I use every day!

For her:

These square toe sandals look pricey, but are only $35 right now!

This midi slip dress.

A kindle paper white. I’ve been wanting one for myself, especially since I get distracted when I read on my phone or the iPad. It will be so nice to have something solely for books.

A long-sleeve classic button-up.

These lightweight joggers and perfect for hiking and life.

Amazing quality (49k + reviews) leggings and lots of colors.

This mock neck rib sweater would be so cute with a blazer and jeans.

This smocked mini dress. I might order this in cream now to wear with a jean jacket, and save for the spring/summer.

This leather belt bag looks so much more expensive than it is.

The super popular lip mask.

Gel polish set for at-home manis.

LOVE the shape of this tote bag (and under $30!)

A soft and cozy cropped fleece.

These pointed toe ankle boots.

A cropped athletic tank for yoga, barre or spin.

This plaid blazer! I’d pair it with a lacy cami and jeans or with a black mock neck mini dress and Chelsea boots.

Ordering a black and white bodysuit; the neckline is so flattering and these look great with jeans and sweaters.

Vitamin E oil. I use this on my face, and have used it for scars and healing in the past (NOT on open wounds but after the skin has scabbed and is repairing).

For him:

Warm and cozy slippers.

New athletic sneakers! These are ideal for cross training and weightlifting.

Lightweight athletic polo. (This is a good dad or uncle gift!)

AMAZING deal on these boxer briefs.

A crewneck sweater in a neutral color.

Our favorite noise canceling headphones. The Pilot and I each have a pair and I love them for air travel and work.

A wet/dry electric shaver.

A new watch.

Comfy fleece joggers.

For the kids:

This gorgeous wood dollhouse. The kids have a similar one from KidKraft and it’s lasted beautifully for many years.

Fire tablet – this is so good for travel!

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls. 

Number blocks.

A raptor dart blaster.

A Hape wood bike for toddlers. We bought Hape products when Liv was a baby and they were the highest quality baby toys; many of them lasted for P to use them too.

Pop Up Pirate game.

A Bluey board game.

A wooden activity cube. Another high-quality baby toy that will last.

Amazing price on these Calico Critters toys.

Marvel action figures (getting these for P for her birthday!).

Dr. Seuss cookbook for kid chefs.

A microscope for kids.

A science kit with over 15 easy experiments.

Picasso tiles.

For home:

A remote control oil diffuser! I’m going to get 2 or 3 of these since I’ve been focusing more on essential oils instead of candles.

A cordless lightweight stick vacuum.

A neutral rug for the living room.

A portable carpet and upholstery cleaner. I’m scarily excited about this thing lol.

An air fryer! If you’ve been fighting getting one of these – I did it, too – I highly recommend it. It’s the best for anything frozen or potato-related, and we use it multiple times a week.

An air purifier.

A humidifier. We use these during the winter months, especially for the kids.

The best stand mixer.

Stasher bags! I use these for travel and for kids’ snacks and lunches. They’re well-made and I’m glad we’re able to use less disposable practice with these.

I definitely want to check out this cookbook.

This is the blender we have and use almost every day. We use it for smoothies, soups, salsa, hummus, and dips.

Are you shopping the Early Access Sale?

xoxo

Gina

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