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SOREL boots are on sale now: Run, don’t walk, mama!

Oh, did we mention they’re shipping for free? ?

SOREL boots are on sale now: Run, don’t walk, mama!

Phil, the groundhog, just predicted six more weeks of winter—which means more snow days and chilly temperatures are in your future. (Boo.) But wait! The upside: we think now’s the perfect time to treat yourself to those winter boots you’ve been eyeing all season long. (Yay!)


SOREL boots are one of our favorites—the popular brand is known for making winter-approved snow boots that don’t sacrifice style for function + durability. They rarely go on sale, so when they do, we’re quick to stock up. Right now, many of their beloved boots are up to 30% off. Oh, did we mention they’re shipping for free? ?

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Here are some of our best picks:

Joan of Arctic Shearling

Arguably the most loved SOREL boot; this one is about as cute as a winter boot can get. It’s made of waterproof suede and has a thick rubber outsole so you won’t slip and fall. The faux shearling cuff looks great over jeans and leggings.

$132.00-$198.00 (10%-30% off depending on color), Zappos.com

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Winter Carnival

For those blizzard-like winter days, this boot will keep your feet dry and warm. It has a Sherpa Pile snow cuff, and a removable (and washable!) recycled felt inner boot.

$78.00-$103.96 (20%-40% off depending on color), Zappos.com

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Out ‘N About Rain

Even when it’s not winter, you’ll need a pair of rainboots to throw on when it’s rainy and messy out. These are lined with breathable canvas and have a removable footbed for your comfort preference. Easy to throw on for errands or drop off! ?

$79.99-$115.00 (30% off on select colors), Zappos.com

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Addington Chelsea

For those evenings that you actually make it out for date night, these Chelsea booties are a perfect way to dress up an outfit. They’re not only easy to slip on and go but also have a removable footbed. And, yes, they are waterproof, too!

$132.99-$142.50 (25%-30% off depending on color), Zappos.com

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Joan Rain Short Gloss

Whether you’re running to the grocery store or heading into the office, no one wants to deal with pants soaked from puddles and rain. These mid-rise gloss rain boots are simple to slip on and head out the door. They’re also breathable.

$79.99 (38% off), Zappos.com

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Caribou Slim

Who doesn’t love fleece-lined boots? The Caribou Slim offers warmth and protection from the cold and has a slimmer style for mamas who don’t want a bulky winter boot.

$90.99-$117.99 (9%-30% off depending on color), Zappos.com

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Tofino II

If you’re looking for a classic winter boot, Tofino II is the perfect fit. From the waterproof coated canvas to the insulation and oh-so-cozy fleece lining, we love it. The faux fur snow color is a bonus. ?

$119.99-$135.99 (20%-29% off depending on color), Zappos.com

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Tivoli II

We’re obsessed with the feminine feel to this pair of boots. They’re shorter than most winter boots, but still keep your feet warm. They also have tons of traction on the sole, so you won’t slip.

$90.99-$117.99 (9%-30% off depending on color), Zappos.com

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Farah Short

Raise your hand if you love a good bootie. ? ? ?Us, too. This one has a memory footbed so you can walk around all day without feeling uncomfortable and a leather wrap (with tassel to boot) that we adore. Great for date night or those days where you need a cute shoe to dress up your leggings.

$104.99 (30% off), Zappos.com

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    Nuna

    New mama life is often fraught with decision fatigue. From choosing a pediatrician to choosing a baby monitor, it can be difficult to know which solutions are made to last. Fortunately, Nuna just made one very important decision a lot easier. That's because their new MIXX Next Stroller has everything a new parent needs to get out, get around and get everything done.

    An upgraded version of their popular MIXX stroller, the MIXX Next features a more compact fold (shaving 6.5 inches off the folded size, down to 27.5 inches long and 23.6 inches wide) thanks to a compact fold-away axle where the rear wheels tuck under the frame when it folds. Plus, the new model also stays standing when folded—meaning no more back-straining as you bend to pick up your folded stroller and heave it into the trunk. Instead, the MIXX Next can be tucked more easily into storage whenever your ride comes to an end.


    Nuna Mixx Next Stroller


    Speaking of the ride, your little one will love the new rear-wheel Free Flex suspension™ and front-wheel progression suspension technology that absorbs more shock as you roll over uneven terrain. The wheels have also been updated to tough, rubber foam-filled tires for a smoother, more durable ride and the no re-thread harness makes it easy to clip your baby in securely and quickly. And when all those gentle bumps lull your baby to sleep? The seat features a five-position recline that adjusts quickly with one-hand—all the way down to a true-flat sleeper recline—just don't forget to move them to their crib when you arrive home. (Don't forget to extend the water repellent, UPF 50+ canopy to keep those sleepy eyes shaded.) Even better, the all-season seat keeps baby cozy in winter and unsnaps to mesh for a cooler ride in the summer.

    Perhaps most importantly, though, this stroller is made to last. (After all, what's the point of solving a mama dilemma if it creates another one a few months down the road?) The MIXX Next pairs perfectly with all Nuna PIPA™ series infant car seats using the included car seat ring adapter, and then adapts to a child seat that can face toward you (for a little face time) or forward for when your little one is ready to take on the world. All in all, this stroller gets you where you need to go with a child up to 50 pounds, meaning it's the only one you'll ever need.

    The MIXX Next is available in three colors and retails for $749.95.

    This article was sponsored by Nuna. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Motherly and mamas.

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    This post is brought to you by Staples. While this was a sponsored opportunity, all content and opinions expressed here are my own.

    One of the biggest changes in my household once my daughter started homeschooling was that, suddenly, everything and everyone in our home had to start pulling double duty. While I was used to wearing a lot of hats (mom, wife and WFH employee, to name a few), suddenly our dining room was also pulling shifts as a classroom. My laptop was also a virtual teacher. Our living room hutch was also a school supply closet.

    If I didn't want my home to be overrun with an abundance of clutter, I had to find products that could multitask. Here are 10 products that are saving this WFH + homeschooling mama right now.

    Stylish storage cabinet

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    Natural Recycled 3-Ring Binder

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    Bamboo storage drawers

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    Laminated world map

    I love this dry-erase map for our geography lessons, but the real secret? It also makes a cute piece of wall decor for my work space.

    Rolling 7-drawer cabinet

    When you're doing it all from home, you sometimes have to roll with the punches—I strongly recommend getting an organizational system that rolls with you. On days when both my husband and I are working from home and I need to move my daughter's classes to another room, this 7-drawer cabinet makes it easy to bring the classroom with us.

    Letterboard

    From our first day of school photo to displaying favorite quotes to keep myself motivated, this 12"x18" letterboard is my favorite thing to display in our home.

    Expandable tablet stand

    Word to the wise: Get a pretty tablet stand you won't mind seeing out every day. (Because between virtual playdates, my daughter's screen time and my own personal use, this thing never gets put away.)

    Neutral pocket chart

    Between organizing my daughter's chore chart, displaying our weekly sight words and providing a fits-anywhere place to keep supplies on hand, this handy little pocket chart is a must-have for homeschooling families.

    Totable fabric bins

    My ultimate hack for getting my family to clean up after themselves? These fabric bins. I can use them to organize my desk, store my oldest's books and even keep a bin of toys on hand for the baby to play with while we do school. And when playtime is over, it's easy for everyone to simply put everything back in the bin and pop it in the cabinet.

    Looking for study solutions for older children? Hop over to Grown & Flown for their top picks for Back to School.

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    Every week, we stock the Motherly Shop with innovative and fresh products from brands we feel good about. We want to be certain you don't miss anything, so to keep you in the loop, we're providing a cheat sheet.

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