It’s officially Prime Day!! The summer sale we’ve all been anxiously awaiting is coming in as hot as these northeastern temps, and we are ready to shop! This two-day sale is the epitome of snagging good deals…from beauty favorites to coveted home decor to hot tech gadgets, Prime Day has got it all. These prices are good and they won’t last long – deals will sell out quickly! See our Amazon Prime Day roundup below for some of the best items included this year!

**REMINDER: This sale is again only for Amazon Prime members, but if you’re not a Prime member yet, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial so you can take advantage of these exclusive deals plus FREE two-day shipping – if you love your membership, you can keep it and you will be billed after your trial period is up, or cancel it at any time! If you haven’t been an Amazon Prime member in the last 12 months, you can sign up for a free trial. To get the most up-to-date deals, make sure you’re following Frugal & Thriving on Facebook, and be sure to shop our Amazon storefront and LTK collection too!

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Grab all of your beauty favorites while they’re on major markdown!

Been eyeing up that trendy piece of new furniture or the latest home gadget? These home deals are ones you don’t want to miss.

Spruce up your kitchen with these best-selling items!

With so many of us working from home these days, make your office space one you want to spend time in!

Summer is the season of travel! Make sure your prepped for your next trip with these travel essentials.

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Ah, the great outdoors. Fresh air, forest landscapes, and fireside sing-alongs…camping, hiking, fishing, and stargazing. Getting out into the wild and appreciating nature can be so healing and renewing. So grab your s’mores ingredients and your best scary stories because we’ve rounded up all your camping and hiking essentials to help you prepare for a weekend away in the woods.

Essential Equipment

When preparing for your hiking or camping adventure it’s important to pack all the necessities. Obviously a tent, blanket, bug repellant, and survival kit are the basics. Add in cookware, a portable grill, coffee maker, water filter, and beverage holders to ensure your nutritional needs are met, and don’t forget your backpack (you can fit most of your gear in here)!

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Emergency Survival Kit | Cookware Set | Outdoor Blanket | Instant Coffee Maker | Thermos | Camping Stove | Backpack | LifeStraw Water Filter | Termacell Mosquito Repellant | Tent | Insulated Water Bottle

Outdoor Apparel

Proper outdoor apparel is definitely important for a successful open-air excursion. You want to bring comfortable clothes made out of breathable and protective fabrics. Layers are a great idea as temperatures can change drastically from morning to night. Proper footwear made with good grip and waterproof materials will keep your feet cushioned, and a fanny pack is great if you need to carry important items with you but don’t want the weight of a bulky backpack.

Women’s Sweatshirt | Women’s Cargo Pants | Women’s T-shirt | Women’s Longsleeve Shirt | Women’s Camo Leggings | Women’s Boots | Women’s Hiking Sneakers | Fanny Pack | Men’s Lonsleeve Shirt | Men’s Athletic Pants | Men’s Shortsleeve | Men’s Cargo Pants | Men’s Hiking Boots | Men’s Hiking Sneakers | Baseball Cap

Thanks for reading! Let us know what you love about outdoor getaways and what essentials you bring xo.

Ah, the great outdoors. Fresh air, forest landscapes, and fireside sing-alongs…camping, hiking, fishing, and stargazing. Getting out into the wild and appreciating nature can be so healing and renewing. So grab your s’mores ingredients and your best scary stories because we’ve rounded up all your camping and hiking essentials to help you prepare for a weekend away in the woods.

Essential Equipment

When preparing for your hiking or camping adventure it’s important to pack all the necessities. Obviously a tent, blanket, bug repellant, and survival kit are the basics. Add in cookware, a portable grill, coffee maker, water filter, and beverage holders to ensure your nutritional needs are met, and don’t forget your backpack (you can fit most of your gear in here)!

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post.

Emergency Survival Kit | Cookware Set | Outdoor Blanket | Instant Coffee Maker | Thermos | Camping Stove | Backpack | LifeStraw Water Filter | Termacell Mosquito Repellant | Tent | Insulated Water Bottle

Outdoor Apparel

Proper outdoor apparel is definitely important for a successful open-air excursion. You want to bring comfortable clothes made out of breathable and protective fabrics. Layers are a great idea as temperatures can change drastically from morning to night. Proper footwear made with good grip and waterproof materials will keep your feet cushioned, and a fanny pack is great if you need to carry important items with you but don’t want the weight of a bulky backpack.

Women’s Sweatshirt | Women’s Cargo Pants | Women’s T-shirt | Women’s Longsleeve Shirt | Women’s Camo Leggings | Women’s Boots | Women’s Hiking Sneakers | Fanny Pack | Men’s Lonsleeve Shirt | Men’s Athletic Pants | Men’s Shortsleeve | Men’s Cargo Pants | Men’s Hiking Boots | Men’s Hiking Sneakers | Baseball Cap

Thanks for reading! Let us know what you love about outdoor getaways and what essentials you bring xo.

Camping at Night

Ah, the great outdoors. Fresh air, forest landscapes, and fireside sing-alongs…camping, hiking, fishing, and stargazing. Getting out into the wild and appreciating nature can be so healing and renewing. So grab your s’mores ingredients and your best scary stories because we’ve rounded up all your camping and hiking essentials to help you prepare for a weekend away in the woods.

Essential Equipment

When preparing for your hiking or camping adventure it’s important to pack all the necessities. Obviously a tent, blanket, bug repellant, and survival kit are the basics. Add in cookware, a portable grill, coffee maker, water filter, and beverage holders to ensure your nutritional needs are met, and don’t forget your backpack (you can fit most of your gear in here)!

Frugal and Thriving may earn a small commission via affiliate links in this post.

Emergency Survival Kit | Cookware Set | Outdoor Blanket | Instant Coffee Maker | Thermos | Camping Stove | Backpack | LifeStraw Water Filter | Termacell Mosquito Repellant | Tent | Insulated Water Bottle

Outdoor Apparel

Proper outdoor apparel is definitely important for a successful open-air excursion. You want to bring comfortable clothes made out of breathable and protective fabrics. Layers are a great idea as temperatures can change drastically from morning to night. Proper footwear made with good grip and waterproof materials will keep your feet cushioned, and a fanny pack is great if you need to carry important items with you but don’t want the weight of a bulky backpack.

Women’s Sweatshirt | Women’s Cargo Pants | Women’s T-shirt | Women’s Longsleeve Shirt | Women’s Camo Leggings | Women’s Boots | Women’s Hiking Sneakers | Fanny Pack | Men’s Lonsleeve Shirt | Men’s Athletic Pants | Men’s Shortsleeve | Men’s Cargo Pants | Men’s Hiking Boots | Men’s Hiking Sneakers | Baseball Cap

Thanks for reading! Let us know what you love about outdoor getaways and what essentials you bring xo.