This years gift guide for him is for dudes of all kind. These gifts are great for all the men in your life including significant others, dads and brothers.
This stress ball is taking it to the next level. This modern take on the classic stress ball not only helps you get through anxious moments in your day-to-day, it also builds your grip strength and tracks your progress along the way. A related app takes the data from the smart sensor inside and shows you how your strength improves, offers exercises to try, and even allows you to play games
This mug is intended to keep your beverage warm at your desired temperature and to heat up lukewarm drinks. The temperature control heats liquids to selected temperatures from 85 to 160 degrees Fahrenheit.
Find keys, bags and more with this little tag. You’ll gain peace of mind knowing you can open the house free Tile app and tap find to locate your stuff.
Decorate your man cave with this flags and pennants. Represent your favorite town, sports team or affirmation.
This Bluetooth Sleep Headphones Mask keeps you from being exposed to outside light, ballowing you to listen to music without wearing extra headphones/earbuds which makes you fall asleep faster.
This handwarmer can be used for warming hands, feet, waist, belly and knees. Helps sooth the pain of stomach cramps, fatigue, raynauds disease, syndrome, arthritis. It has a built-in 5200mAh lithium ion rechargeable battery. It also doubles as a power bank when needed.
The Rocketbook Wave provides the freedom of a traditional pen and paper notebook, while instantly blasting your notes into the cloud using your smartphone. When you use Pilot FriXion pens with the Wave notebook, you can erase your notes using your microwave oven and reuse your notebook. It is designed with real paper to give you a natural writing experience and a quick way to erase all your pages at once. It’s also kind of fun to tell people that you microwave your notebooks.
Step up your at-home mixology game with this infused alcohol kit. This kit will have you savoring flavors you never expected. Simply pick your mix of straight-from-the-farm dehydrated fruits and spices, add your favorite spirit, and let the fun begin.
This solar power bank Is equipped with dual flashlights and a handy and convenient camping and emergency light.
Taste Cassis Berry Shrub by adding local, organic CBD and hemp terpenes. This gorgeous purple shrub combines black currants, black raspberries, vinegar, organic sugar, and broad spectrum CBD, resulting in a sweetly layered tart syrup with hints of cannabis, chocolate and jam. Drink on its own with water or seltzer for a relaxing alternative to booze, or mix with prosecco, vodka, gin, tequila, or ale.
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My son Franco is four years old and does know the value of toys. If you hand him a brand new race car or the box that it came in he will most likely go for the box.
So far every holiday about 90% of Franco’s gifts are secondhand and because of that he has gotten some amazing toys! One year a friend gave us a Power Wheels because their kids didn’t play with anymore and another year I found an entire kitchen set with food galore for only $20.
I search all year around for toys I know he will love and as it gets closer to the holidays, he will pick 1 or 2 new toys that he really wants.
A few reasons I do is because like I stated before he has no clue, I love hunting for a good deal and dumpster diving is a hobby of mine. Yes, it is also environmentally friendly, but let’s face it- this year is hard for all families and this way of shopping can help relieve some financial stress.
Here are 10 ways you can shop for the perfect second hand gifts for your kids this holiday season.
First things first always check your local marketplace and garage sale groups. I have found a ton of great toys for Franco and mostly get his wardrobe from here also. You can haggle prices and do porch pickup which is my favorite. If you haven’t tried this yet give it a shot here.
Looking for some new threads for your little one? This great because you can to clean out old clothes and I return you get Trading Credits that can be applied to clothing and accessories on their website. Your first five items traded are free and that’s when you can decide which membership you want. The rate depends on how many trades you want to do. Check them out here and use code N84G6A to receive $10.
I joined Poshmark when they first started and they only sold women’s clothes. They now have expanded to and kids clothes and accessories and I am here for it! Use code NIDE28 and get $10 off your first order.
This site is great if you are looking for larger items like a crib or toddler bed. You can search infant and toddler items in your area and check them out before buying. If you’re not completely happy with your purchase, return the item for a full refund.
This store is one of my favorite consignment shops. When you go there, be sure to have some clothes, toys and gear ready to sell as well. While they go through your things and choose which items they are going to buy, you can shop for ‘new’ items and use your credit tax free. Find a location near you here!
This marketplace is for old or used stuff that the seller doesn’t need anymore which means you’ll get the items at a fairly cheap price and save money. You can also make offers which is easy to do. Check them out here.
This app takes the guess-work out of toy buying. Their toys are sourced with the help of psychologists, discerning parents and kids themselves, helping your kids stay in ‘the zone’ where they can experience joy and contentment, so they can grow into their best selves. They believe too many toys at home can create domestic disorder and even confuse and adversely affect the developing psyche of children. In the long run, all those cluttersome toys end up in the trash. They encourage to swap, sell, or buy of preloved toys so we can be one step closer to a better cleaner environment for generations of children to come.
This year we need happiness and excitement more than ever. I also think this year it is never to early to start getting ready for the holidays. Check out my five ways to get your child excited for the holidays. These are fun and affordable ways for the whole family to enjoy.
1. Write a Letter To Santa
This kit is fun for kids to write a letter to Santa and to let him know what they want for Christmas!
2. Have Santa Send a Letter Back
With Santa Lettes, not only does your child get a personalized letter from Santa, but they can also get a Nice Certificate, directions from the North Pole and so much more! These letters are official, printed on fine linen paper and Santa’s official seal embossed. The best part is these letters are postmarked from the North Pole! These fun surprises are guaranteed to be delivered by Christmas if ordered by December 15th. Santa Letters is also donating 10% of their proceeds to Toys For Tots.
3. Make a Christmas Eve Box
On Christmas Eve, your little one will open a box of fun! A pair of new Christmas Pajamas, hot cocoa mix, popcorn, Christmas book and a fun game to play. This is a great tradition to have from years to come!
4. Decorate Your Own Christmas Cookies
If baking is too messy for you, order a premade cookie decorating kit! These cookie from Sweet T’s are the perfect treat during the holiday season and a fun family night. You can also order pre made cookies that are almost too pretty to eat. Shipping only available within New York.
5. Holiday Binoculars Craft
This binoculars craft I shared a few months ago is perfect for the holiday season! Use them for driving around looking for Christmas lights, searching for reindeer and grazing the sky on Christmas Eve looking for Santa! Follow the steps on how to make the binoculars and use holiday themed stickers and designs to fancy it up.
My name is Nicole and I am a full time working mom to my toddler Franco. I love creating and sharing ideas. You can find me rummaging at estate sales, binge-watching The Golden Girls while chugging Diet Coke, listening to old school hip hop, supporting small businesses and being an advocate for maternal mental health.