An Online Skillshare Class by Brit + Co
1. Skillshare Classes: There's thousands of classes to choose from, for everything from art classes to email marketing to Wordpress, and there's hundreds of free classes too! The next class I'm going to take is "DSLR Photography for Bloggers" by Brit + Co.
2. Kid 2 Kid
: As far as I can tell, this is local to the Phoenix valley, but I'm sure this model exists elsewhere too. Kid 2 Kid is a consignment store for kids clothes, toys, and baby equipment. It's and affordable and ethical way of getting some awesome clothes. Some of my favorite clothes and shoes for Edison have come from here, including his navy blue moccasins. I've snagged Baby Gap sweaters for $5! Here's my latest haul, in preparation for a trip up north:
Winter coat from Zara: $14.99
Baby Gap jacket: $5.99
Blue and green striped sweater: $4.99
Alpine sweater: $3.50
H&M gray cardigan: $4.99
White softsole shoes: $9.99
I think I'm also going to try selling some of Edison's old or unworn stuff here, so I can get store credit!
3. Love, Lincoln
: Another mama-made shop, they sell everyday clothes for babies, kids, and women. If you're not lucky enough to find a cute cardigan at your local consignement store, check out the cardigans
they sell, in 48 colors!
: First of all, Blue Apron
didn't work out for us. We were paying $60 for three meals a week, and there were no leftovers. But the biggest reason it wasn't working for us was the time it took to make the meals - each one took at least an hour, minimum, even though the time estimate was 30-40 minutes. The food was also kind of unusual. So, the main goal of saving time wasn't happening. After I cancelled, Brian sent me a link for Freshly
. Not only does the food arrive in a box at your door, but it's already cooked. It just has to be warmed up in two minutes! It costs less for more meals. It sounds a little too good to be true. Anyone else have any experience with it? Let me know!
Labels: Beauty Find Friday, Edison, Five Friday Finds, style, Thrifting