My monthly list of some of the good things I’ve discovered lately. . .
In an attempt to write and send more notes of encouragement, I ordered this pretty stationery.
I have and am a big fan of this swimsuit and it’s on sale now for 50% off–plus an extra 20% off with discount code SPRINGTIME.
On the same subject, I ordered this ($11) dress to wear as a coverup. It was actually a lot cuter in person so I probably won’t save it for just the pool.
Love the substantial tassels–and the price–on these pillow covers.
And same store, different department: these cute slides are a great color.
A lot of you have asked about the Bible I use when I’ve posted pictures of it on my Instagram stories. Sadly, I don’t think they make it anymore, but I was happy to find this one that’s almost exactly the same (version, margin size, etc.) and ordered it for my oldest.
I searched high and low for a straw Summer bag that wasn’t a crazy price. In the same week, I found a straw clutch at Goodwill and this $16 bag from Walmart.com. Go figure.
If you like a good t-shirt bra, this is the best one I’ve found in a long time.
I just finished another book by the same author who wrote An American Marriage. I actually think I liked this one even more.
And in what seems like a quest to dress myself from head to toe in Target, I ordered these incredibly comfortable sandals and wide leg cropped jeans from the Universal Thread collection. (As the reviews suggested, I had to size up in the jeans.)
I’m also really liking this colorful jewelry collection–especially these $13 statement earrings.
See last month’s “good things” post here.
Angela N says
Great list!! I might need to order a few of the things on it. ;-)
diane jones says
great stuff! takes me forever to get through your post — constantly distracted by going to the items you recommend (and going down rabbit holes like every piece of [email protected] jewelry).
love those H&M pillows as well … forwarded this to my daughter who is decorating/constantly changing her home (aren’t we all?) thanks so much!
Brenda Murphy says
I have to say, I agree 100% on the Chip and Joanna story…you cannot possibly say that family is #1 when the majority of your day (energy) is spent elsewhere. They have built an empire methodically, strategically and with great insight.
I really love your favorite things posts. We have similar taste, and I appreciate you doing the shopping for me.