My lease is ending and I’m shopping for a new car. So I have my eyes on the road more than usual, searching for something that piques my interest. Of course, ogling cars on the freeway might satisfy my visual senses, it isn’t really giving me a window into the more important interior (and invisible) features that are meaningful to me.
One of my favorite stores on the internet is having a sale… and no, it’s not Nordstrom’s, the fashion sphere covered THAT one ad nauseum!
It’s Ahalife, which you might not have heard of: It’s a beautiful marketplace of creative and quirky objects— everything from housewares to beauty and lots of tech (duh). I love searching this site for gifts, because they sell things you’re not likely to find everywhere, and the selection is truly global.
This post was sponsored by Capital One Mortgage. All opinions are my own.
Installing the right smart home technology in your house can make your home more secure, make your family happier, and make lots of things about home life more convenient. I’ve shared my favorite time-saving smart home stuff for doing chores and mundane things, so that I can spend more time doing things I love with the people I love. And maybe some of what you’ve read might have inspired you to go out and buy something to install in your home.
From the Shop
Maison Takuya Camouflage Stripe Leather iPhone 7 Plus Case
Linea N°10 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones
Native Union Jump Charging Cable and Battery Booster
Most moms have massive daily to-do lists, and the hours spent chauffeuring the kids back and forth from school, the soccer field, the ballet studio, play rehearsal (then back to the ballet studio to retrieve a lost phone), and countless playdates can become overwhelming. No one knows this better than an L.A. mom like me, who is forever navigating impossibly-congested freeways and winding canyons to get from school to activities to home for dinner.
Remember how fun it was to go back to school shopping in the fall? Growing up in Toronto, in September summer was giving way to fall; the leaves were changing, there was a new chill in the air, and going back to school meant a fresh new wardrobe to start off the school year right.
Personally, I think making kids head to back to school in August is just wrong and should be punishable by law. But alas I am not in charge of these things— I must send my kids to school when it starts or I’ll be carted off as an unfit mother.