A list of the “good things” I’ve discovered lately:
This phone case. (Love the snap closure wallet.)
A non-stick skillet that can go in the dishwasher. (My mom gave me this for my birthday in November and it’s my favorite.)
A comfy lounge set that comes in lots of colors.
A lightweight quilted vest. (I would size up if you want it to fit like the picture)
Cute block print pillows for under $20.
Listing this hooded sweatshirt from last month’s list again, because it’s almost sold out and too good to miss. (I ordered a men’s small and it’s plenty roomy. Also, I wash and then lay it flat to dry.)
These faux leather leggings are a great dupe for the Spanx brand and are under $15.
One of the best audiobooks (and celebrity memoirs) I’ve read in a long time.
If you like a tobacco scented candle, this is a good one.
A six-sided cheese grater with a rubber bottom. (Found this via a recommendation from Sophie on the Big Boo Cast. Their weekly podcast is one of my recurring good things.)
Target jewelry finds: lightweight, thin hoops and these stretch bracelets.
I’m pairing them with this stamped bracelet from Holland & Birch. (Be sure to follow me on Instagram for a great giveaway early next week.)
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Thx for all the great recs. How many times have you washed the leggings, and how do you launder them? A lot of reviewers say the shine came off and/or they started flaking after one wash, so wondering if you’ve had good luck and, if so, what are your tips for how to wash them and what detergent do you use? Lastly, would you say they run true to size? THANK YOU!
I loved the Molly Shannon book too! She is from my hometown and so her stories and escapades were so relatable. And I’ve heard her say they inspired some of her characters on SNL. She went to the Catholic school nearby. She is such a real, midwestern, what you see is what you get kind of gal. I’m glad you enjoyed the book. It was a highlight of my summer reading. I love your blog. It covers a range of good stuff!
Emily Clark says
Thanks, Jeanne! And yes–I just loved her stories and especially the whole part about creating MKG. :)