Hi friends! Happy Friday! Here are my favorites this week.
I ordered this drying mat off of Etsy and it delivered this week! It’s perfect, and actually matches our kitchen cabinets. I didn’t even really plan the mat matching, but it worked out that way. We tend to wash lots of Huxley’s bottles, and sippy cups throughout the day and I like to have a drying mat like this on the kitchen counter. Drying mat can be found here.
JB SKRUB SOAP FOR BOYS
The actress Julie Bowen from Parenthood created a line of soap for teenage boys! When I heard about it I immediately emailed it to myself so wouldn’t forget, and to keep it here on the blog for when Huxley gets older and starts using soap. I cannot seem to find a website for the soap, so I don’t think it’s out yet. It sounds really cool, and I love how it’s geared towards teenage boys, smelly smelly boys haha
THE HOME EDIT – CLEAR PLASTIC STORAGE BIN
The Home Edit has a show on Netflix, and I just so happened to order these bins without realizing it was from the show! They came this week and I cannot wait to organize with them. I need to order more, and they aren’t too expensive either. Bins can be found here at Walmart.
HIIT WORKOUTS BY FITBYMIK
I’ve been doing these YouTube workouts by Fitbymik lately, and I just love how they are all standing and she has alternate ways to do the workout if they are too intense for you. Workouts can be found here on YouTube.
TOASTER BY DREW BARRYMORE
Our toaster was just about ten years old, we got it when we got married ten years ago this October. The toaster started making everything black and it wouldn’t automatically pop out like it should’ve. So it’s about time for a new one. One of the Instagram influencers I follow bought this toaster and raved about it, so I thought why not, let’s try it! The weird thing about this toaster is it’s all electric, like when you plug it in, the buttons flash on the black screen and you manually press it like a computer. Freaky how things are so automatic now. Toaster can be found here at Walmart.
Happy Friday everyone, have a great weekend! And as always, thanks for reading!