Unplugged for the Summer Giveaway ($50 Amazon GC)

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Although for some of us, our summer break will soon be drawing to a close, we still want to make the most of the time we have left! Our goal for the summer was to spend time together unplugged, and there is still time to make those memories!

Since each family and their children’s interests are so different, we shared a few of our favorite ways to unplug in the collage above. We are giving away a $50 Amazon gift card so you can select the perfect item or items for your family to enjoy together to unplug!

Boredom Busters & Unplugging Giveaway

Not only have we got fantastic boredom busting ideas to help your kids unplug, we’ve got just as many giveaways going on!

To enter:

• Check out all the other giveaway prizes in the collage below!
• Hop on over to the other sites to check out their boredom busting ideas and enter to win their giveaway!
• There will be a winner on each blogger’s site so be sure to take a look at them all-there are some awesome prizes to be won!

blog giveaway links

1. Free Time Frolics // 2. Bombshell Bling // 3. Crazy Little Projects

4. Craft Remedy // 5. Redo Mom // 6. Our Homemade Life

Boredom Busters Unplugging Giveaway

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Unplugged for the summer with date

This giveaway is open to all US residents ages 18 years of age and older. The giveaway ends on 8/13/15 @ 11:59pm ET. Thanks for entering!

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81 thoughts on “Unplugged for the Summer Giveaway ($50 Amazon GC)”

  1. Summer isn’t my favorite time of year. Living in the desert southwest it can get up to 120 and many days doesn’t drop below 100 until midnight. But as long as I’m holed up in the air conditioning, I sew, read, carve Lino blocks to print, draw, and anything else I can think of the get me out of housework.

  2. Unplugging is so easy at my sewing machine and cutting table. I cut til I wilt and quilt til it’s done. On beautiful weather days (low 80’s or high 70s) I take my dogs outside and my machine too. We sit on the patio and I sew while they watch:) Thank you for the opportunity.

  3. My favorite way to unplug during the summer is going out kayaking on the lake or taking the four wheelers out for a nice ride.

  4. Best unplugging moment for me is to take a crochet, or hand-stitching project out under the tree…or on porch….with glass of iced tea! If Grangirlie is with us…then we go out & color, blow bubbles, or have a fun tea party! Loooove Summer!

  5. My five-year-old granddaughter visits two evenings a week, and we usually do some craft on the porch. We especially like tie dying and painting. Thanks for the wonderful ideas in your post!

  6. I love to take a day trip to a waterfall or into the mountains to unwind. I always bring along my camera as well.

  7. I just love to sit outside! Living in Wisconsin that’s something you can’t do year-round, so you take advantage of it when it’s warm!

  8. Oh there are so many great things about being unplugged. I love long peaceful walks/hikes, treasure hunting (garage sales), sewing, re-finishing old furniture, cooking, reading, or just playing with my lovely kids. Gotta love summer. 🙂

  9. My kids are still pretty young so we are “unplugged” most of the time! We love reading, going to the pool, and playing outside during the summer (and winter!).

  10. My favorite way to unplug during the summer is to turn off the TV, and video games and go to the park, ride a bike or read and play games!

  11. Going on vacation! We just got back from Anna Maria Island, FL. Our apartment was supposed to have wifi, but it wasn’t working. It was heavenly!

  12. Our favorite way to unplug during the summer is to go out and play tennis! Our entire family loves to play, including my two young grandsons!

  13. To unplug during the summer, I love to take walks with my dog and kids. I also love to read on our covered porch!

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