This is probably my oldest's last time back to school shopping with mommy, and we are doing a trial run for his college shopping with these products from Procter & Gamble. In this sponsored post, you’ll see how shopping in the Harmon section at
I told Evan to think about his morning routine when he made his back to school shopping list. His morning routine is pretty intense, and has been since he started high school, because everything (including himself) has to be “MOMCLEAN.”
Even though I'm not washing his clothes anymore, he still has to get them "MOMCLEAN*..." (MOMCLEAN (a): Clean like it came right from your mom’s washer.)
Right now he does his cleaning, including washing at least one load of laundry, first thing in the morning. So at the top of his list are laundry supplies, including Tide Pods. After his cleaning is done, he moves on to his personal care.
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The goal is to get his teeth "SPEAKYCLEAN..." (SPEAKYCLEAN (a): So shiny you have to say something about it.)
Right now, he shares a bathroom with his little brother and sister, so he already knows that a shower caddy is a must. His little brother wants to be just like him – which includes smelling like him - so if he leaves his body wash in the bathroom, it’s as good as used. His toothbrush and loofah are pretty safe, but everything else is fair game including the shampoo and conditioner. If you go through personal care items (toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, etc.) as fast as we do, you'll be glad to know that with the purchase $40 of participating P&G items at
This part of his morning routine probably takes the longest... flexing. (FRESHZEN (n): A student who is completely focused on fresh.)
The shower caddy lets him take his things in the bathroom, use them, and take them right back out – a habit that will serve him well in a college dorm bathroom. Having his supplies for his morning routine organized will also keep him from wasting time looking for things, which precious minutes away from his morning mirror-flexing – and we can’t have that, now can we.
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Four out of five of us are doing our back to school thing this year. This is my last year of law school, so I’m doing a little shopping as well, right alongside the kids. Even though I’m a “3L Free L,” this is the last year for me, so there are some intense moments coming up with final exams, taking the MPRE, and studying for the bar. I’ll be ready for some sleepless nights and some “ALLDAYERS” (ALLDAYER (n): When you responsibly get through the day without even a nap) with products like CoverGirl Intensify Me! Liquid Liner (gotta look awake, right?), CoverGirl Colorlicious Lipstick, and Secret Outlast Invisible Solid Deodorant from the Harmon section at
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We shop the Harmon section of
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- CoverGirl Intensify Me! Liquid Liner
- CoverGirl Colorlicious Lipstick
- Gillette Venus Swirl Razor
- Herbal Essences Hello Hydration Moisturizing Shampoo and Conditioner
- Old Spice Lasting Legend Dirt Destroyer Body Wash
- Secret Outlast Invisible Solid Deodorant
- Tide Pods
- Crest 3D White Arctic Fresh Toothpaste
- Oral B Toothbrush
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I wrote this sponsored post on behalf of Procter & Gamble. As always, all opinions are my own.