Camp is one day away and it’s time again for the infamous “Last Meal,” or for some families, “the week of a thousand meals.” Indulge with your child one last time before they take off with their favorite meal and enjoy some much-needed family time. Here are 3 easy steps to nailing your last family meal together.
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You know it is getting down to the wire when your Facebook feed is flooded with posts asking for last minute camp packing advice on a Saturday night. With trunks set to be picked up next week, you are most likely running around frantically picking up last minute items. That being said, we thought this would be a good time to give you some Summer 365 tricks of the trade and our best packing advice from seasoned mom’s who have packed hundreds of duffles!
We think going to camp should be the law, and so does our newest Camper of the Week Lisa Pierson Weinberger, the owner of her own law firm in LA! Read on to see the evidence why Lisa is our newest Camper of the Week—we know you won’t object!
One of the many staples at camp is having a decked out friendship bracelet stack. Our newest Camper of the Week, Carly Marks, always had the chicest bracelet stack and now has used her friendship bracelet making skills for her amazing jewelry business CARLYMARLY DESIGNS!
Everyone knows camp friends are the best friends! And our Campers of the Week Jess and Emmie are using their long standing friendship, arts and craft skills, and spirit to give back, help others, and raise awareness with their new business venture Choice Bracelets.
Being at camp you are laughing and having fun 24/7, but maybe not as much when it is dreaded Laundry Day. Good thing we found our newest camper of the week; Shark Tank Contestant and Founder/President of AfreSheet, LLC; Maxwell Cohen to help make Laundry Day almost as fun and easy as free swim! AfreSHeet is the world’s first and only fitted sheet with 7 soft, waterproof peel away layers.
When the time comes to send your child away for their first summer at camp, you might be sweating the little things. Of course your child will make friends, discover new interests, and develop a sense of independence in their inaugural camp summer – these are all givens. But will they remember to use shampoo and make a dent in their toothpaste tube? Those are the big questions!