I’m linking up with Tanya again for our montly great Amazon Prime finds! Spring is in the air, and summer is on the way! We have just about one month of school left for the year, and I am sooooo ready for summer! Anyone else? ☀️🍉⛱
It was a very light month for Amazon shopping for me this month, compared to my usual habits, so I’ve also linked up some of my past favorite Amazon purchases that are perfect for summer. Scroll down to check them all out!
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My Great Amazon Prime Finds for the Month
This insulated picnic backpack is so fun! I bought it to take on our National Parks Road Trip this summer. Our plan is to start out early each morning, exploring, hiking, looking for wildlife, then picnic some place beautiful before coming back to our cabin for a nap! 🤪 This backpack has everything we need, including a wine cork, wine glasses, and a cheeseboard! I can’t wait!
Oh, and if you’ve got any weddings or bridal showers coming up (those are starting to happen again, I hear!) this would make a wonderful gift for the happy couple!
We got two new Contigo Travel Mugs, which are my favorites. I plan to do something fun with my Cricut on these mugs. Can’t wait to show you!
I bought two of these artificial spring cabbages to make flower arrangments on my porch in these early spring months when it’s still too cold to plant real greenery here in Iowa. Come back tomorrow to see them in my blog hop post about Spring to Summer decor.
I now have our favorite Hawaiian coffee on “subscribe and save” from Amazon, so a new box just magically arrives each month! ☕️❤️
We are all washing our hands a lot these days, in addition to using copious amounts of hand sanitizer. Health care workers like my husband, even more so, and his hands get extremely dry as result. A co-worker of his suggested this hand lotion, and so far it seems to be working really well. My hands are not super dry, but I have used it to rub into my nail cuticles and it works like magic.
Why are these filters so expensive? Our GE fridge requires this very specific filter that costs way too much. Anyone have any ideas of where else to get them that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg? 🧐
That’s it for me this month! What have you been Priming? I’m especially interested in any ideas you have for things needed for road tripping and National Park exploring!
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