Me, again, bragging about yet another successful trip to TK Maxx! I’ve partnered up with the gem hoarder to treasure hunt in their shops and online and will be talking through my hauls over the next few months. Last week we looked into summer bits for me, but this week we’re hunting for the little rugrats because right now TK Maxx has an extra big delivery of everything you need for your kids in store, and I’m not just talking clothes but accessories, toys, nursery products, baby gifts, and more!
With dribble running faster than a dripping tap and a growth rate set to defy light speed, we’re never not kitting out Hugo. We also have a professional snatcher on our hands, who’ll grab and bang whatever’s in your hands (or on your head, and that includes your hair, its roots and follicles) making feeding time more challenging than a Jenga game.
Guys, it’s been a minute! Things have been so hectic since our move back in London, so the pace is a bit ridiculous at the moment, and your home slice could really use the time off! Until it’s holiday time, I’ll use some of my faves quick pick up tricks, starting with a trip to TK Maxx.
If you guys are somehow unaware of TK Maxx, they’re these ridiculously amazing shops where you find the most unexpected mix of products – oh and there’s a website too. I have this massive vase and this awesomely weird donkey head (we call him Hugh, nothing to do with Hugo but he’s obsessed with him!) made of magazines pages (I’m not joking), everyone think they’re super fancy but we got them for a great price in TK Maxx.
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I’m a big believer of signs, especially when it comes to personal reflection. I think that many things happen to keep us introspecting ourselves, I believe, as if we were meant to constantly reflect on ourselves, to better ourselves. It might sound cheesy, but that’d only be because of the way I put it, because when you think about it, isn’t it what we’re meant to thrive for? Become better?