It’s time for another installment of Thursday Things

You may find yourself wanting things that you never even knew existed before you read it this post.  Apologies in advance to your wallet.

1. Precut Brownie Pan Set

Precut Brownie Pan Set with precut brownies in it

This would solve uniform slicing issues, and making messy rows issue, but what if I want to frost the brownies or cake?

Putting frosting on each individual piece will be a laborious and messy process.  Frosting things one-at-a-time is way harder than a pan-at-once frosting application, in my experience.  Which explains why I rarely make cupcakes and make bars instead.  One fell swoop rather than one-by-one.

Or what if I don’t want the pieces that exact pre-determined and fixed size?  Sometimes I like my bars or brownies bigger or smaller, depending on my mood and the recipe at hand.

Precut brownies on platesBut for the price, who cares!

3. Or this wheeled-cutter would make much less mess and may solve all my slicing problems.

 

4. This Betsey Johnson bag.  Or any of her stuff.  Love it all.

Betsey Johnson Bag with pink flowers

I got married in a hot pink Betsey Johnson dress ten years ago.   And I’d do it over again.

5. Michael Stars anything

Michael Stars Product

So soft.  Texture is big for me.  If it’s not soft, I don’t want to wear it.

6. Free People anything

Free People Product

Funky, hip, unique, artsy, Bohemian.  That’s why I love Free People.

7. a Clarisonic

ClarosonicDoes anyone have one?  Thoughts & reviews, please!  How has it helped or benefited your skin?  Any noticeable and positive changes?  Some skin care products either don’t work or make you break out, but I know many people like these and I’d love to hear some firsthand stories.

8. A quality food processor like this Cuisinart

Cuisinart

Anyone have a Cuisinart or Kitchen Aid and want to share your thoughts on yours?  I currently only have a Vita and do 100% of everything with it.  For the money, I should, right?

However, there are times I feel like a food processor would be the better tool for the job.

But, I don’t want to buy a cheapie model, only to be disappointed in it’s workhorse abilities.  I am all for saving money, but many times, on kitchen tools like this, you are money ahead in the long run to buy something pricier rather than the no-name model that’s on clearance at Target. Do you have a food processor that you like or don’t like?

Tip: Bed Bath & Beyond has 20% off coupons that never expire.  Hoard them.  They make purchases like food processors a bit easier to swallow.

9. A lifetime supply of Coco Chanel Mademoiselle

It’s been in my arsenal for years and I never tire of it

10. A lifetime supply of Chocolate

Maybe some Chocolate Coconut Cashew Butter for starters

Chocolate Coconut Cashew Butter with strawberries

Have I succeeded in making you want things you never knew existed or that you didn’t know you “needed”?

It’s fun to window shop on the internet.  No harm done until you pull out your credit card.  Or have your cc numbers memorized.  Including the 4 digit code on the front and 3 digit code on the back.  Ahem.

What are your Thursday Things that you have your eye on?

Any feedback on any of the products mentioned is also greatly appreciated.

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