Welcome to LPF Weekly Deals! These are our favorite, tried-and-true travel gear and home life items that have stood the test of time. With 7 people in our home or when we travel, we try to only purchase items that … Read More
Happy May! Happy Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander month (AAPI month)! Our family is so excited to learn, immerse, and celebrate AAPI month and we hope you are, too. I compiled this big list of 20+ AAPI month … Read More
Right now, I’m pregnant with my 6th child. I never thought I’d have this many children! In fact, it never even crossed my mind as a child. I have one sister, and always assumed I’d have 2 kids of my … Read More
Join us we learn about Thailand with kids! During this virtual tour of Thailand for kids, we’ll enjoy fun and inspiring Thailand activities. This Thailand virtual field trip as part of the Global Children’s Book Club is a perfect way … Read More
Belize with kids was somewhere that was on our bucket list for quite a while before we were able to actually go visit. The marine life, jungle, history, and adventure called to us. Plus, when we traveled to Guatemala previously, … Read More
For as many times as I’ve been pregnant, you’d think I’d have some cute maternity swimsuits I really love. But somehow I don’t! I have one plain navy one that I got several pregnancies ago that’s just very blah. I … Read More
When we first started planning our family trip to Belize with kids, I had in mind white sand beaches and snorkeling – and we definitely got that! But I didn’t realize how varied and culturally rich such a small country … Read More
It’s always a fun challenge putting together fun and also useful kids Easter baskets each year. I generally try to stick to a few standard categories – new outfit, summer play, art, book, some treats. Here’s what we’re doing this … Read More
Join us we learn about Afghanistan with kids! During this virtual tour of Afghanistan for kids, we’ll enjoy fun and inspiring Afghanistan activities. This Afghanistan virtual field trip as part of the Global Children’s Book Club is a perfect way … Read More
Monday: Falafel bowls Falafel recipe Shirazi salad recipe Tahini dressing + general bowl recipe Tuesday: N cooking: chana masala Chapati Raita with cucumber Wednesday: Cauliflower & fried halloumi tacos Chips & homemade guac Thursday: K cooking: baked frittata Salad Friday: … Read More
Welcome to LPF Weekly Deals! These are our favorite, tried-and-true travel gear and home life items that have stood the test of time. With 7 people in our home or when we travel, we try to only purchase items that are really worth their while (and their travel weight). I hope this helps you, too!
I’m sooo sad to write this, but our beloved Bravery Magazine highlighting incredible women is closing up shop after this issue. It’s been such an incredible and inspiring resource and we’ll miss it. They are having a sale of old issues and other items in their shop so take advantage of it while you can! You can currently use the code BRAVERYBOGO to get TWO issues for only $9.
I’ve gone on before about how much we love our Kids Kindles – they’re a lifesaver for travel and also at home when we’re in the middle of sports season and can’t get to the library as often.
The kids and adult versions are both currently on sale, but I personally think the kid one is a better deal even for an adult. It uses the exact same system and software, but includes Amazon Kids+, a case, and a 2-year warranty (for only $10 more than the regular version).
If you’ve been thinking of getting them for summer, now is the time! This is the lowest price they go.
This is one of those awesome and consumable STEM toys that we’ve loved. We gave this to our 3rd kiddo for his 6th birthday, and he loved making soaps over the next few months. Even after he finished the glycerin that came with it, there was plenty of scent and coloring left, so he’s loved using other plain glycerin soap to make additional soaps. Currently on sale for 13% off, plus it has a $5 off coupon to clip.
We live in a place that gets very little rain so we’re looking into some rain gear for our summer adventures. Reima is high quality so I’m grabbing a pair of these for my kids while they’re on sale, along with this rain jacket.
Sometimes there’s something that seems fairly random but then you realize is actually enormously useful. That’s sort of how I feel about these reusable twist ties. Dan loves to use them to secure everything from cords in the RV to random bits and bobs in the garage or backyard or playroom. Surprisingly useful and super cheap (especially when on sale for 30% off).
LIfestraws are great for filtering water on the go, whether hiking/backpacking or traveling. My kids think it’s so fun to drink from rivers this way. Such a good deal, and they have bigger packs available, too.
Patagonia stuff is expensive, but super high quality. I’ve had my coat for a little over a year and was shocked at how warm and lightweight it is. Having never had an actual well-made, technical coat before, it’s been a game changer for our outdoor adventures (especially since I get cold so easily).
They’re having a huge winter sale so it’s a great time to look into something you’ve needed. This coat and this coat would be great options if you’re in the market.
I really enjoy baking but am generally much better at the baking part than the decorating part. But I LOVE admiring beautifully decorated food! (Big British Bake Off fans over here.)
I found these cake design classes that go through everything from piping to fondant to cake boards. And the classes are currently on sale for $1.49 for an entire year (it’s normally $59). There are SO many videos teaching different skills. I’m excited to improve my decorating skills! Worth $1.49 to have the option of so many videos from actual experts.
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