Happy Wednesday! This is one of my favorite linkups of the month because I am so curious about how other people do things. I try to find great systems for organizing, planning, and creating routines but I know there is always room for improvement.
In January, we talked about scheduling and organizing a busy family.
In February, we talked about our medicine cabinets.
In March, we are talking about our all time favorite Amazon finds.
I shared a quick pet peeve in April.
In May, I shared my morning routine.
In August, I shared my worst habits.
In September, I shared my evening routine.
In October, I shared my biggest fears. I am not even putting a picture here because once on the internet is enough!
This month is all about stocking stuffers! I love these! I typically do stockings for my kids, Jeff, and my parents. I have already started shopping for stockings, but I can’t share everything because my mom reads my blog! Hi Mom!!
This picture is a few years old but it works! We hang our stockings on the railing each year. My mom made all three of these stockings for her grandchildren. I love them! Don’t you?
For my kids, I like to include fun versions of things I know they need. I pick a new toothbrush, toothpaste, shower poof, bandaids, and lip balm. I also put candy or gum in their stockings. I’ve put colorful charging cords (similar here) in there so we each have our own color.
While stocking shopping can (and does) happen online, I love to walk through stores to pick up stocking stuffers. For my mom, Francesca’s, Ulta, and Michael’s can be great places. I used to love Pier 1, but ours closed. For my dad and Jeff, I find some ideas at the hardware store and department stores. We have quite a few small shops on Main Street and they are good places to find stocking stuffers. I also like to wander through a good Barnes and Noble to find stocking stuffers.
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