I like my money right where I can see it: hanging in my closet.
— Carrie Bradshaw, on Sex and the City
(I know it’s late, but you didn’t think I’d let you down so early in this NaBloPoMo, did you? I wouldn’t do that to you! I’m probably going to let you down later in this NaBloPoMo, though.)
1. Aveda Rosemary Mint shampoo – this was the shampoo in our room at the Palms when we went to Las Vegas in January, and I fell in love with it. It’s not overpowering at all, but it’s so refreshing and energizing. David hunted it down when we got back and bought me a GIANT bottle of it. (FYI: I didn’t like the matching conditioner – it didn’t seem to soak in well.)
2. Old Navy Slub-Knit Active Skirt – it’s too bad they only have XXL left online because I bought an XL one (which is a little too big, but they only had S besides that one) in the store that I live in on the weekends now and I would buy one in every color if I could. So soft, so comfortable. That’s summer.
3. Flutter Sleeve Scoopneck knit dress from Ann Taylor Loft – I bought this in purple a few months ago in anticipation of summer and it is perfect! Breezy and flirty without being overtly sexy, and totally comfortable.
4. Waterpik Aqua Fall Combo showerhead – we just bought this yesterday from Bed Bath and Beyond to replace the shower head that’s in our bathroom. This one is the bomb – I love the “drenching rain” setting on the big shower head. Also, you can use both of them at the same time, and the handheld one sits up quite high, which is great for David who is too tall for most showers and has to duck uncomfortably to rinse his head.
5. Bed Lifts – ever since we moved into our new apartment, we’ve had one quibble with the master bedroom: the TV table is just a bit shorter than the foot of the bed, which means that when we lie in bed and watch TV, the bottom of the TV is sometimes cut off. And if Pico decides to camp out at the foot of the bed, forget it – we can’t see half the screen. And, we have to hold the remote at odd, uncomfortable angles to change the channel or turn the TV on and off because the cable box sits in a recess even lower down. We’ve been debating various solutions and finally went with this one yesterday, and it’s worked out perfectly. These lifts (meant to give you more storage space under a bed) raised the TV table 7 inches, which means the cable box is now easily accessible from a normally held remote and ALL of the TV is viewable from a comfortable reclined position. WIN! (And these are wicked strong, too – we have a 32-inch CRT TV on top of a TV table that Target tells me weighs 100+ pounds)
What about you? What are you loving these days?