Good Goods

Another round of Good Goods! This month’s round up is a compilation of things currently on my wishlist so I can’t necessarily attest to whether they’re actually good. Feel free to check out my other Good Goods boards here. I try to limit my “materialistic” posts here on my blog and really try to share only the things that really catch my eye. Enjoy!

  1. Korres Pomegranate Cleansing Wipes: Sometimes when I’m laying in bed (and have no energy to wash my face), I wish that I had these to feed my laziness.
  2. Kate Spade’s Gold Coast Janine (for my MacBook Pro): I’m currently using a bag that’s a lot more casual/practical but this one is gorgeous (and pricey).
  3. EatSmart Precision Pro kitchen scale: A lot of the gluten-free/grain-free recipes that I use measure weight vs amount. They utilize ratios too.
  4. Moroccan Oil hairspray: I’ve heard nothing but good things about this stuff. I just ran out of hairspray so I feel like I should be able to pick up a bottle (right?).
  5. World Cuisine Vegetable Slicer: Think of how many zucchini noodles I could make!
  6. Pencil Satchel: Um, amazing.

Has anything caught your eye lately? This last month of my spending freeze is going to be tough. When the weather starts changing, I get an itch to update my wardrobe for the season. I’m going to use this month to carefully craft a list of things I really NEED for autumn and actually invest in quality pieces when October 1st rolls around.

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Comments (13)

  • I ALWAYS have face wipes by my bed. They are a serious must for me. I like having a clean face and don’t always have the energy to do it. These sound awesome, I use Simple brand but always looking for new options.

  • Very nice post!
    I’m fall in love with this sweater! :)

  • I’m the same way with face wipes – I can’t stand going to sleep with makeup on but once I’m in bed, I don’t want to get out. I recently read that a lot of makeup artists use baby wipes instead of the more pricey face brands. So, I thought… why not try them. I spent $1.50 {they were the nice ones, too!}… and honestly, best thing I’ve ever used on my skin. It gets so clean, doesn’t dry out, and actually feels like I washed my face with something high quality. Who knew?!

  • Oh my, I am completely in love with that laptop bag. I am getting a new computer soon, so I’ve been swooning over it too! I’ve been eyeing that Moroccan Oil recently too! Great minds think alike ;)


    • I am too!! I just don’t think I could shell out the cash. I’m frugal but I also love style. Currently looking for something similar that is more affordable. Let me know if you find anything! Ah and I can’t believe we both have wanted that hairspray. I almost bought it on Amazon today but it didn’t fall under Prime so I passed.

  • I have the spiral slicer and love it! It’s great for zucchini noodles and making homemade spiral sweet potato or baked french fries. I’ve also spiraled apples with it.

    • I’m so glad you love it! I’ll feel better about making the purchase. I can’t wait to make all of those delicious things.

  • I don’t want to be the bearer of bad news, but you really need that bag. I had so many cheapie laptop bags and when I finally splurged on a Menilmontant this year, a client told me one thing that totally resonates with me, “You need to look like you make money in order to make money”. Ever since then, I’ve had a bit more word of mouth clients than online and I swear it’s the bag. Plus I’ll have it for decades and it’ll never go out of style so I don’t feel as gulity. GET THE BAG. :P

    • Best bad news ever :) I totally know what you mean, though. It’s something worth investing in (as are my nails, hair, clothes) when I meet with clients who can pay well. YOU ARE SO WISE, DIANA!

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