It’s hard to believe that this year is almost over, but here we are in November with a list of my favorite Amazon finds. That means 2020 is nearing an end.
Since Christmas is just a few short weeks away, I wanted to include some Christmas gift ideas on my favorite things for November.
As the weather finally cools in southern Alabama, I spend most of my mornings on the front porch, sipping coffee and enjoying the birdsong.
Waffle Knit Robe
Many years ago, a friend gave me a waffle knit robe to use for my daughter’s spirit week costume. She didn’t want the robe back so I started wearing it in the mornings. I was never a robe-wearer before but this robe was light enough not to make me sweat and heavy enough to make me feel covered.
Since I have worn that robe until it has holes, I am picking up a new Waffle Kimono Robe just like it. I love that they have many colors available.
Sofa Pillow Covers
My sofa had matching pillow, but the chocolate brown was missing personality.
So I picked up these sofa pillow covers, and they are perfect!
I purchased a set in Sunflower and Turquoise. They really make my sofa seem updated and cozier.
Now I am on the prowl for a matching rug.
What do you think would work with my dark floors and chocolate sofa? Drop me a comment and let me know which you would choose.
I keep a collection of Skinny Syrups next to my Keurig for days when I am craving a more decadent flavor in my coffee.
These syrups are perfect for someone on a low carb diet and they are Keto-approved.
Adhesive Vinyl Sheets
I am loving this pack of adhesive vinyl sheets because it is the sampler pack of my dreams. Since it is the holiday season and I am personalizing a lot of gifts using my Cricut Explore Air 2, I needed a big set of vinyl. This one cuts great and I love the choices.
Pogo BPA-Free Plastic Water Bottle
Because of COVID, all of the water fountains are shut off at the schools and children have to bring a water bottle from home. I place a disposable water bottle in lunch boxes but picked up the Pogo BPA-Free Plastic Water Bottle for my third grader.
She and I liked it so much that I got an extra for her and plan to get one or two for each kiddo. The back is blank and perfect for personalizing.
Reusable Fabric Face Mask for Girls
Speaking of school, children in our school district are required to wear a mask to school as long as it is mandated by the governor. I picked up two sets of these Reusable Fabric Face Masks for my youngest (3rd grade) daughter and she loves them.
They are not too tight and don’t leave a line on her face but fit snugly enough to offer some protection. And the designs are CUTE!
Vont 4 Pack LED Camping Lantern
Is it the end of hurricane season yet?
I feel super weird sharing this as one of my favorite things because it’s November. But, after dealing with three hurricanes, I have to rave about these lanterns.
I picked these up after hurricane Sally when we lost power for several days and were spending the evenings in the dark. In my mind, I was planning ahead and would just pack them away for next year.
Little did I know that we would be using them TWICE and hurricane season is still chugging along in the Gulf of Mexico.
Inspiration Play Double Ditto Family Party Board Game
Double Ditto is a super fun and unifying game to play as a family.
The premise is matching you answers to other people in the room. So, instead of causing stress and sibling rivalry, you get cheers and excitement when your answers match others.
Beat That! – The Trickshot Challenge Game
If you love Minute to Win It games, Beat That! is the perfect family game night activity for you.
Inside the box is everything you need for dozens on activities. Just note that a few activities do require some space to play.
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