It’s official. I’m obsessed with Thirty-one bags!
If there’s one thing you may know about me, it’s that I’m obsessed with storage solutions and functional solutions. This is mainly due to the fact that our old farm house has absolutely zero storage. No closets in the bedrooms, no storage room…nothing!
My husband says the solution to our storage issue is to get rid of all our stuff.
Sure, that is a great idea and I am all about purging every once in a while. I really would love to have a zen household with lots of empty space and less “stuff”. The truth is, we have a child and she has a lot of “stuff”. Both Hubby and I have items we hold with sentimental value, like the old grandfather clock he build with his dad and my insane library that I will not part with. Telling an English Lit Major to get rid of her collection of classics, contemporary works, and other literary masterpieces is like telling a mother to give away her children!
For the time being, I’ve been working on practical storage options and was recently introduced to Thirty-One.
Before I continue, I have to tell you that this is NOT a sponsored post. I’m simply shared something I absolutely love. I take my Thirty-one totes and bags to do groceries, to lug items to dinner parties, play dates for Little One, activities, etc. Little One even has her own personalized bag for dance class. She keeps all her jazz and ballet items in there.
Thirty-one & one really good cause
My friend, Rachiel announced an amazing initiative where she will send a Believe Bag to children with cancer at Camp Quality Southern Ontario.
To sponsor a bag, all you have to do is order a Thirty-one Cinch Sac (shown in photo) and Rachiel will fill each of the bags with goodies and donate them to Camp Quality Southern Ontario (children age 4-18 with cancer).
I thought this was such a great idea, that I sponsored a bag. Little One chose the image to personalize the bag with. I think it’s important that Little One takes part in good causes. Our family has had our fair share of losses of loved ones due to cancer. We have several friends and family members fighting cancer and sending a little something to a child with cancer may not be a huge deal, but it’s a small act of kindness my seven-year old could show.
I love that Camp Quality gives uplifting experiences for kids with cancer.