Since we recently moved to another state, I find that I keep coming across more and more that needs to be put into storage or organized. Whether it be mountains of stuffed animals or piles of clothing that is out of season or the wrong size, it seems that my work never ends.
We donated our moving boxes to a local family who needed them shortly after we moved, so I have been using Glad ForceFlex bags to store a great deal of our non-breakable things. They're just really convenient since they're super-strong, tear resistant, and have very sturdy handles that don't just rip apart when you try to move a heavier bag.
The other day, I decided it was time to go through some of my toddlers' clothing and store things that are the wrong size. We have a ton of kids' clothing, and some has yet to be grown into! I started in my daughter, Sophie's room. Her room isn't very big, so I had to move some of her clothing to the attic until it's time for her to wear them. As I sorted through what seemed like millions of articles of clothing, I found myself with a whopping pile of clothing that needed to be stored for future use. Somehow, even a few outfits of Xander's ended up in the pile! (Yep, my husband does the laundry here and really stinks at sorting our clothing properly!)
With the help of Glad ForceFlex 30 gallon bags, I was able to make short work of getting all of these articles of clothing into storage. As a matter of fact, all of that mess fit into just one bag! Since the bag was really stretchy and strong, I was able to cram it all in! Now that, my friends, says a lot about these bags!
With the Holidays coming, I know we will create more trash than usual between unwrapping gifts, making huge meals for family and friends, and decorating. I plan to use Glad ForceFlex bags to help tame our messes when the chaos of the Holidays hits, too! They're very dependable, and they are strong enough to tackle any mess my wild bunch can throw at them! Of course they're fantastic for everyday trash collecting, too!
Be sure to head over and like Glad on Facebook and check out Tori Spelling’s OMG Extra: After the Wild Life. This fun Facebook series features the loveable, messy animals from last year’s mock reality series The Wild Life.
While you’re there you can play the Missing in the Mess game as well! I let my 12 year old play this, and he had a great time!
***Disclosure: “I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Glad. I received products to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item as a thank-you for participating.”***
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I'm Brandy, a happily married, proud mama of two munchkins and a teen. You can read more about me HERE. If you're interested in building a working relationship, please feel free to e-mail me at: NewlyCrunchyMamaOf3@gmail.com
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