TGIF everyone! This Friday is a personal day for me, and I have my cousin’s wedding tomorrow night. That said, I also have purchased a new tech item, which I will definitely be sharing in the coming weeks.
This week’s favorites are all over the place. Some of them are repeats, while others are newer. I am working on “shopping my closet” more versus buying items all of the time, which has helped me rediscover newer favorites. That said, here are this week’s favorites:
Louis Vuitton Agenda: Okay, this is super boujee of me, so hear me out. I found this as a steal on Fashionphile, and decided to take the plunge and grab this. I am so glad that I did. I got the smallest size, which I love because I can fit it in all of my smaller purses. I wanted an agenda because I wanted a place to put reminders for appointments and other various things in. I am currently working on a digital planner, but I love this one because it’s more portable. I got the inserts for this from an Etsy shop called Paper Calling, and so far I am really loving it.
Apple Watch Bands: I bought these on Amazon a while ago, and used them for a while, but then forgot all about it. I have three colors in this band, and have been wearing them to work when I am not working out. I love it that it’s super comfortable on the wrist, and that it goes with everything. Oh yeah, and it’s pretty affordable as well. If you have an Apple Watch, this is a great band option.
Procreate: I downloaded Procreate a while ago, only to use it for a while and haven’t used it again until recently. I finally learned how to draw digital pictures, so I’ve been doing that while watching TV at night. I have found it super relaxing as well.
Thriller Novels: I am on my third thriller of the week. The two that I finished were The Stranger In the Mirror by Liv Constantine and The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins. As many of you know, I love thrillers, but often go through phases where I read many at once. I could not put down either of those, as well as my current read, The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda. All of these were amazing to read, and I am sure I am going to pick up a few that I’ve been dying to get to on my TBR.
Cheating: When Love Lies Podcast: I love this podcast so much because it’s downright entertaining. Basically, it’s an interview-style podcast that has the point of view from those who cheated or those who have been cheated on. Yes, it’s a weird topic. However, I have found it so interesting because I like to hear the point of view of those who have been cheated on, as well as it’s just entertaining.