+I’ve mentioned this before, but I have used Target’s collapsible fabric storage cubes (seen above) for closet storage for years and years now. I find they are ideal for sliding onto hard-to-reach shelves in the closet for out-of-season clothing storage — and they are also inexpensive (storage solutions can be so pricey!) and streamlined-looking. If you line up a bunch on the top or base of your closet, it almost looks like a row of shelving. They also collapse and fold flat if not needed, which is convenient. About a year ago, Target released their cubes in this pretty faded blue floral that we all went wild over. Now they have some great new alternative patterns: this fun cobalt blue coral pattern, this beachy stripe, and this blush botanical. Happy organizing!
+This rattan accent table is INCREDIBLE for the price! Gives me a Serena and Lily vibe. (Speaking of, you must check out their bedroom sale if you’ve been stalking a piece of furniture from them — my beloved dresser AND bed are on sale.)
+Anyone else a Spindrift lover?! I’ve never tried pineapple before!
+Pretty food storage. I prefer glass storage for leftovers as it lasts longer, does not discolor, and can be placed directly in microwave or oven. The pastel tops are a bonus!
+Finally ordered this well-priced eye cream after many rave reviews. I have dark circles under my eyes (made darker by 2020…). Stay tuned for review!
+Pretty woven bins for beneath a console table.
+I’ve fielded questions about office/paper organization many times. My solution is to shred almost everything as soon as I receive it, as so much is available in duplicate online (and I have spent entire afternoons trying to ask various businesses to stop sending me paper mail!), but for things we do need to hang onto, I use a hanging file folder sorter with labeled file folders (a medical folder for each family member; finances; vendors; etc.) for the duration of a calendar year. I sort all paper documents in the appropriate file folder. Then, at the end of the year/at tax time, I go through the folder and shred whatever we no longer need and move anything we do need to a big box we keep at the top of one of our closets. But the through-line here is that if you don’t have a shredder, BUY ONE. The Wirecutter recommends this specific one. We were burned back when we lived in Chicago: people were sorting through our garbage and giving our information to telemarketers and creepy scam artists. I received so many random solicitations and shams over the phone! The minute we bought a shredder, all of that stopped. Do it!
+Speaking of storage, I recently bought a big sterilite bin to store mini’s special artwork. She is a prolific artist and I have to be very choosy about what I keep or our entire apartment would be cluttered with it. I like the idea of keeping some of her smaller handiwork (the little sketches on napkins and beaded bracelets) in these pretty envelopes, labeled by year.
+One of my favorite Target finds – I use this to organize my week.
+Finally, and most importantly, Target is one of the only online places I can still find Bounty select-a-size paper towels and sanitizer! My mom and I were just saying how difficult it’s become to find paper towels at a reasonable price for delivery, and, out of an abundance of caution, I am still having nearly all of our groceries delivered. I think I’ve only set foot in a grocery store twice in the past few months!
+I love these inexpensive toddler cups, which double as snack bowls when out and about!
+Very stylish chair pads for only $10! How darling!? Great way to update wooden chairs.
+I don’t think I will ever be able to stop laundering my children’s clothing in this baby detergent. I know it’s not necessary, but it smells like heaven.