Recent Amazon Finds

Now that spring is here, I’m getting our home & wardrobes ready for the warm days ahead. We are all ready for the end of tax season, more time outdoors, and the arrival of all the pretty flowers. It’s funny because while I love to compile these lists of good products, my most recent Amazon delivery was so boring – a rug pad – and yet it has been such a win. The pandemic has definitely helped me to notice small ways to make our home even more cozy and just right for us.

Here are a few things, including the rug pad, that I’ve ordered and recommend.


One of my favorite purchases last summer was a pair of Teva sandals. I wore them non-stop and they are truly so comfortable. Mine are the color “sand dune,” and it seems to sell out quickly. I found a few sizes in stock on Amazon, but I also like these colors: black, light multi, and light green multi.

Recently I ordered 4 cushy rug pads to place under rugs in our home. I was hoping to help dampen the noise of our kids’ thudding feet (ha) and add extra softness when we sit on the floor. I am very happy with the result! I recommend the 1/4 inch thickness.

These white storage bins in our kitchen pantry cupboards hold snacks, napkins, playdoh, and medicine. Under our bathroom sink, they also keep our extra washcloths and skincare products organized. Win!

An easy hat to throw on for soccer games, walks, and going to the lake.

I always keep Supergoop unseen sunscreen stocked in our house for Zach and me. It truly is the best stuff.

Plus, a few past reader favorites: Parables from the Bible book & tempera paint sticks for Easter baskets / the absolute best bed pillows / and my insulated water bottle


Be sure to bookmark my Amazon shop for gift ideas, new books, or easy ways to freshen up your home!

Lindsey is an Indiana-based blogger who writes about everyday style and simplicity. She loves pizza, yoga, novels, and a great pair of jeans.

One Comment

  • Taylor

    I got the parables book from your recommendation years ago and my kids still love it. I love seeing them learn and engage with the stories :)