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Pley and Organization

This blog post is part of an ongoing campaign sponsored by Pley.



Are your kids' toys organized yet? We just returned from an extended weekend away, and while the house wasn't a huge mess it was still not as neat as I'd like it to be. That's one of my goals--to come home (each day and after a few days away) to a clean and welcoming home. 

Today I'm working with my son on his room again. It's a constant process staying ahead of toy clutter. My tween kid has outgrown bulky bright kiddy toys, but the things he plays with most are either big (Nerf guns, light sabers, and medieval swords) or multi-piece things like Legos. Long ago my husband and I told the kids they had to at least keep a clear path across their floor. He has even experienced the pain of stepping on a Lego unexpectedly. No one likes that! Since he's older, I have higher expectations for how neat his room stays. He unpacked his suitcase and his clothes are put away. We are going through books and storing the sentimental ones he's outgrown, donating others. Toys are still the biggest cause of clutter. 

Have you tried Pley yet? (http://www.pley.com


Key benefits of Pley:
▪ Pley offers access to a large selection of educative toys, including 400+ LEGO sets and popular robotics toys. More toys are being launched in the next few months. Stay tuned for updates!
▪ Pley is always on the hunt for the best toys, so our assortment reflects the latest and greatest toys
▪ All these toys come at a low price point vs. buying toys. Average members save ~$800/year.
▪ It's really convenient and helps reduce clutter: Pley packages get delivered to your door and when the kids are done playing, they can return them for a new toy. No more toys sitting unused on shelves!
* The savings in plastic alone from reduced purchases amounts to at least 240lbs fewer C02 emissions per annum per Pley member. And while the Pley business model relies heavily on shipping, we usually take advantage of trucks already on the road. If anything, our shipments are smaller than the typical Amazon package for the same LEGO set (Pley re-package them in smaller bags). Also, Pley helps reduce CO2 emissions from cars going to malls/stores to buy toys.
▪ Besides having access to a variety of toys, kids learn the concepts of sharing and reducing waste for the environment.
▪ Pley makes a fantastic gift! Shoppers can either gift unlimited subscriptions or gift cards!

How do you contain toy clutter? Toy box? Hammocks for stuffed animals? What is your biggest toy organization challenge? Visit the Pley website (http://www.pley.com) and let me know if you try out the service.

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