“I walked out of my third Zoom meeting today and the house wasn't a disaster. Words cannot describe how happy that makes me!!”

-Kelsey R.

“I walked out of my third Zoom meeting today and the house wasn't a disaster. Words cannot describe how happy that makes me!!”

Kelsey R.

It’s Time to BREAK

The Kids-Make-A-Mess, Mom-Cleans-It-Up-Cycle

Because:

More Time For Mom = Happier Home For Everyone

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My home is calmer and I'm less stressed now that the toys are FINALLY in check! We are all happier!

-Apryl B.

Can you relate to one of these two scenarios?

1

For the umpteenth time today, you trip on a plastic toy and your entire home looks like a straight up WAR ZONE.


You're at your wits end and are *this* close to lighting a match and setting the toys on fire..

Or......

2

You’ve asked your kids ten times to pick up after themselves, but no one listens.


 

Instead, knowing you’ve only got ten free minutes, you resign yourself to picking up the toys for the 17th time this week.

2

You’ve asked your kids ten times to pick up after themselves, but no one listens.

Instead, knowing you’ve only got ten free minutes, you resign yourself to picking up the toys for the 17th time this week.

At some point...maybe you even started to believe the myth that drowning in toy mess is "normal" and that you just need to "live with it"...

That belief, dies here.


It's time to end the toy chaos, right now.

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Parents are fighting (and losing) a never-ending battle against toy mess. They're at their wits end and not-so-secretly are *this* close to lighting a match and setting the toys on fire or throwing them in the trash when the kids aren't looking.

Somewhere along the line, they start to believe the myth that drowning in toys is a "normal" part of life. They were told to embrace the chaos and that stepping on legos builds character and bribing the kids to pick up using chocolate is they ONLY way.


Attempting to solve the mess, they buy cute storage bins and re-organize  (but those "results" only lasts for days). Even worse, some are so paralyzed by the overwhelming mess that they resign to a messy, stressful house until the kids turn 18 and move out.

Parents are fighting a never-ending battle against toy mess. Their kids have too much stuff (thanks to Grandma & that irresistible Target dollar section). And who can blame them?There's a myth that more toys = happier, busier kids.

They are juggling 8 billion responsibilities right now and worry that getting rid of toys as a solution to the toy chaos means their child will depend on them for entertainment or worse, their child will be upset (even though they don't play with most of the toys, anyway)!

Attempting to cure the chaos, they buy cute storage bins and re-organize  (but those "results" only lasts for days). Even worse, some are so paralyzed by the overwhelming mess that they resign to a messy, stressful house until the kids turn 18 and move out.

The fact is: you are

fighting (and losing) a never-ending battle against toy mess. 

Many parents know they have a toy clutter problem but don't take action because....

  • Fear their child will miss out by not having all the things
  • They think more toys = busier, happier kids 
  • ​Worry their child will depend on them for entertainment if there are less toys
  • Are paralyzed by the mess and don't know how to fix it

Out of desperation, maybe you've bought even more toys lately

thinking they will keep your kids busy, since...


....given the whole COVID situation, you’re juggling about 8 billion responsibilities right now and can't drop everything to play Superheros with your kids all day

(even if you really want to!)

Maybe your home is over-flowing with 

toys, trinkets and random kids junk that are

"played with"  for three minutes, dumped everywhere,

followed by "Mooooooommmmmmm! I'm bored!!"