Wish List – Part 2
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Since my last Wish List a week or so ago, I figured it was time to wish, again. I can keep dreaming, right?
Items 1 through 5 are here.
7. Bedding. Luxurious, amazing, wonderful bedding. You can never have too many sets of 1000 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets on hand, right?
My bedding is West Elm but I always love new bath + bedding items.
8. More time.
I need to work on Item #4. At least 6 hours. And that hasn’t been happening unless there are more than 24 hours in a day.
I am so pressed for time, that microwave recipes are my BFFs.
9. Nearly anything on Etsy
That’s where I got my Camera Bag, but there are tons of other cute things I covet.
I know, I can keep dreaming.
From my last recipe post, Vegan Sloppy “Lentil & Bean” Joes, glad they looked good to you. At least I satisfied my inner Manwich craving. Thanks for telling me I am not the only one with a Manwich crush, either. And it’s vegan, too.
Dessert: No-Bake Vegan GF Pumpkin Pie
It’s not really pumpkin pie season, but this is a Wish List post. Bloggers always wish it was pumpkin season, right?
1. What’s on your wish list?
It’s fun to window shop, internet browse, dream, and wish.
But as I said before, money and material things don’t necessarily make one happy. It’s important to find happiness in non-material things because a Gucci bag isn’t going to warm your soul for longer than a month or so. Once that initial hit of retail euphoria wears off, you better have something else that’s going to make you happy. Like a Kitchen Aid Stand mixer.
2. Weekend plans?
Working, working out, kitchen time, errands, time with Scott & Skylar, and hopefully enjoying the weather, but they are talking rain. Boo!
3. Reader’s Requests? Have any requests or topics you’re interested in hearing more about?
Food & recipes, fitness, shopping, tips, workouts, recipes, you name it, I love hearing what you’d like to see more of!
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