My Three Favorite Subscriptions

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Are you a homebody like me?  Subscriptions make it so I never have to leave my house ha!  It’s especially nice when I leave the office around 5pm and it’s already dark.  No one wants to run errands in the dark (and not to mention cold weather).

Scentbird perfume is a really cool service that sends you a new fragrance insert each month.  This month’s fragrance is euphoria by Calvin Klein with notes of pomegranate, black orchid, cream, amber, and violet!

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Freshly is incredible and their customer service is ON IT.  I’m signed on for the 6 meals per week and they are very filling, packed with protein, and fairly healthy.  They aren’t Lean Cuisines, if you’re looking for a weight loss tool.  They are just delicious, healthy meals without artificial preservatives and other junk you don’t want in your food.  The service saves me so much time and I really like their menu.  Pictured are the cod cakes but I think my favorite is the Three Bean Turkey Chili. Don’t worry!  They have vegetarian options too.  The penne pasta with veggies is bomb. There’s also a southwestern bowl floating around.  I need to try that one next. Let me know if you want a $20 discount!

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OMG. Last but not least is the Book of the Month Club.  I’ve been pretty happy every month and the books are only $10.   It’s great for fiction fans and keeps you accountable for meeting your reading goals whether its a book a month or more.

Oui Fresh – Daisy Sunnies

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I don’t think you can find happier sunglasses.  These guys are the  Oui Fresh Daisy Sunglasses in White Lightning.  They’re only $32 and made by the gals of the very first DIY and “lifestyle” blog I ever followed, A Beautiful Mess.

Side note:  Currently trying to get through The Power by Naomi Alderman.  It’s about women simultaneously developing the power to generate electricity with their bodies and they begin to weaponize it.  I thought it would be a really fun, timely book as the world of creepy men is slowing collapsing but it’s proven to be tough to get through.  Halfway into it, one of the main characters starts to think of herself as Christ-like and I have this sense of dread that the ending isn’t going to be some glorious matriarchal society.  I’m afraid it’s going to be a lesson of “absolute power absolutely corrupts”.  Have you read it?