Friday, November 22, 2019

These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

The Hallmark channel isn't just for television; Sirius XM kicked off the musical version of it at the end of October. I, however, refrained from dialing it in until November. What restraint I showed, amiright?

Not coincidentally, the title of this post is also the title of one of the most frequently played songs on the channel; I don't hate it. I'm not quite as big a fan of Baby It's Cold Outside, which is another frequently played song, but, that doesn't stop me from singing along when it comes on.

Anyhoodle, here are a few recent favorites.


Candles by Sand + Fog.

I'm currently burning the Apple Cider scent, and, it's amazing. I have a couple of Christmas scents waiting in the wings, and I'm looking forward to burning them as well. Each candle comes in a glass jar with a decorative wooden lid, making them perfect for re-using once the candles are burned down. They're regularly pretty pricey, but,  I've purchased all of them at a discount at the Marshalls in Hooterville, and, saving money is always a favorite.


Kate Somerville products

I first discovered Kate Somerville in my FabFitFun box several months ago. I was so impressed with the Retinol & Vitamin C Serum, I purchased the Wrinkle Warrior Eye Serum, and, when I also loved that; I grabbed the Goat Milk Moisturizing Cleanser and Moisturizing Cream (these have been life savers, considering the fact that perimenopause has made my skin a flaky, dry mess). I just got the exfoliating moisturizer, but, I'm willing to bet that I will love it, too.


Kindred Goods Snow Lilly & Vanilla Perfume

I picked this up at Old Navy a few weeks ago and I am loving it. The scent is neither too sweet nor at all cloying, and it lasts for the entire day. It was also free, thanks to the rewards points that I had accumulated by using my Old Navy Visa.

I don't consider myself to be a huge perfume person, but, considering that almost everything on this list is a favorite because it smells good, I might need to reconsider.

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