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We All Have It. We All Do It.

(This post is sponsored by Dropps but all opinions and thoughts are my own)


It's usually one of those things that you either hate doing or love it.
I don't mind it if I'm staying on top of it, but once I get behind and there's piles of clothes around the house...that's when I really start to hate it. But, whether you hate it or not we all have it.
We all have laundry to do. These days I have quite a bit between my husband, my three boys and myself.

There are a lot of options out there nowadays for laundry products. You can run to your nearest Walmart or Target and pick up what you need, or you can use a delivery option which is super convenient. I used to use Amazon for our laundry products since we have Amazon Prime - but I always found that the prices on the products I liked were always changing and that was so frustrating!

Like most people nowadays, I started using pods. I love the convenience of them, but unfortunately a lot of pods have tons of dyes and chemicals in them. I've also had issues with some pods not dissolving completely and they'd end up getting all over my clothes. Not fun!

That's why I've been so excited to share about Dropps with you.
Dropps has all kinds of amazing products for doing your laundry. They produce the original natural, skin-safe, effective laundry detergent pod. And they are the only unit dose brand whose products include detergents, additives, fabric softeners and dish washing pacs. And their pods are dye-free, so they're clear and I don't have to worry about anything getting on my clothes!

I also have to say I love that they offer a full line of sensitive skin baby products. We have the newborn pods and they've been awesome (and came just in time for Takoda)! They're all dye-free, scent-free and enzyme-free.

Their wash plans start at just $4/month and they offer free shipping, too! Super convenient and affordable.

No more heavy jugs, no measuring, no mess. "Drop" (get where the name came from?) your pods in and you're good to go!

I have loved the convenience of Dropps and knowing that what I'm washing my families laundry with isn't filled with a bunch of chemicals and dyes, especially with a newborn now.

You can check out their website here and take a look at all of the products and plans they offer.

Now I'm off to actually go put away some laundry while Takoda sleeps for a bit!


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