2014 Toyota Highlander: Cargo Liner
October 30, 2014
I'm on a mission to declutter my life and home. I started adopting the 15-minute plan. I set a timer then tackle a project for 15 minutes. When the alarm goes off I move on to another task. It really helps keep things in order. And if you despise cleaning as much as I do, you don't feel so bad knowing you only have to do it for 15 minutes.
I have a way of accumulating a lot of stuff. To help with clean-up I took a trip to The Container Store. If you give any credence to astrological signs having certain personality traits, you'll want to know that this store is a Virgo's dream. That store has a solution to organize anything in your life. They even have a hanging tissue box holder.
For the record, I decided not to get it. But I got lots of other bins and cabinet organizers and piled all of my purchases into the back of our long-term 2014 Toyota Highlander.
I made several other stops that day for groceries, wine, flowers, and other goodies for entertaining that evening. The point of this story is the convenience of the Highlander's cargo liner. All of my packages, bags, and boxes stayed securely in place as I made my way home through the twisty streets of the South Bay. No sliding around like on a carpeted surface.
The cargo liner is part of the optional Preferred Accessory Package along with carpet floor mats, a cargo net, and first aid kit. It's worth the extra $308.00.
What features do you like in a cargo area? And have you ever tried 15-minute days?
Donna DeRosa, Managing Editor