I am so excited for vacation! We are one of those lucky schools that do not have to go back until AFTER Labor Day. Which means our vacations are always the last weeks of August in hopes that it is less busy.
I am usually a planner, a person who is always early to appointments and always ready for events well in advance. So, of course I have started getting ready for our trip, maybe even packing already. I have a handy list that I laminated and keep in my suitcase, so I know exactly what I need!
The first thing that I do when I am getting ready to pack for a vacation, is check out the families wardrobes. It is one of those times when I usually come across some things that need desperately updated.
White t-shirts that are more yellowish brown
Socks with holes in them
Underwear that is either too bigtoo small, ugly or has holes in them.
Look at some of these?! These are screaming throw me away and give me a makeover! It didn’t take much convincing with this for evidence, my guys knew they needed updated!
T-Shirt Underwear Socks
The other day we were at Target and I decided to start replacing some of the pieces of clothing that I threw out. I was pretty excited to come across the NEW #MaLoUnderwear by Mario Lopez in the men’s department and had to check them out.
Not only would these be new and shiny, but they were pretty cool too! They came in different styles to accomadate any type that your guy prefers and there were t-shirts as well! There were some fun patterned trunks but we went with the white and red.
Nobody in our house is an underwear model, but here is what they look like, not on a person.
These are so much better than the old ones!
I can now check this off my list of things to do for vacation preparation!
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