A few of my favorite things: Amazon edition.


Confession: I basically rely on Amazon for everything—with the exception of my fresh groceries and monthly Thrive Market haul. Not only do we use the Subscribe & Save feature for all of our household needs (paper towels, toilet paper, cleaning products, etc.), but we have a Prime membership, too, which makes me wonder how I ever survived without two-day shipping.

This list, which includes fifteen of the best items I've bought and loved over the last few years (starting with the most recent), is my ode to Amazon. If you guys like this sort of thing, let me know, and I'll keep the recommendations coming. Or, feel free to check out my Amazon page here—updated weekly!

Disclaimer: I am an Amazon affiliate, so if you click on one of the links and then make a purchase, I may receive a small commission at zero cost to you. As always, opinions are 100% my own. Appreciate ya!

1. Bio-Botanical Research Dentalcidin Broad-Spectrum Toothpaste — Recommended to me by my boss and women's health extraordinaire, Nicole Jardim. 'Cause dental health matters more than you know, and this stuff gets rid of plaque like nobody's business.

2. Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Both Our Hearts and Our Minds by Jen Wilkin — I'm a bit rusty when it comes to Scripture, and this book on how to study it correctly was a game-changer.

3. DHC Deep Cleansing Oil — Take it from fashion guru, Mary Orton: This stuff is BOMB. It takes off all of your makeup in one rinse and feels absolutely amazing.

4. Kingstar Oval Makeup Brush — I never strayed from my BeautyBlender before discovering this nifty foundation brush via Emma's blog, but now I'm a convert. And for only $8, it's a steal.

5. Neoprene Dumbbell Pairs — Love these non-slip grip weights for my at-home workouts.

6. Knot Turban Headbands — A super cute and hassle-free way to keep your hair out of your face, and it comes in eight different shades (more than one for each day of the week)!

7. Wool Dryer Balls — Did you know that dryer sheets are among some of the most toxic products you can use in your home? That's why I recently made the switch to dryer balls instead. They keep your clothes soft and static-free, but without the irritating chemicals.

8. Beyond the Pill by Jolene Brighten — Get in the know about your flow (or lack thereof) with this insightful read.

9. Breville Vertuo Coffee and Espresso Machine in Chrome — Enabling my coffee addiction, one shot of espresso at a time.

10. GreenLife Soft Grip Ceramic Non-Stick Frypan Set in Turquoise — I had been wanting to swap out my toxic Teflon skillets with a safer option for ages, but everything I came across was pretty costly. That is, until Kristen told me about GreenLife! As cheap as these pans are, I didn't expect them to work as well as they do. But whaddaya know, food doesn't stick and they're super easy to clean. I just wish they came in more neutral colors.

11. Shark Lightweight Cordless Stick Vacuum — Don't tell my Dyson, but the clean freak in me actually gets excited to use this thing. Great for both hard-floor and carpet.

12. APEC Top Tier 5-Stage Ultra Safe Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter System — Frisco's water is pretty gross, but luckily, we haven't had to worry about drinking chlorine and heavy metals since installing this sink filter. If you do anything for your health, folks, let it be investing in clean water!

13. Instant Pot Ultra 10-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker — Not everyone is sold on this kitchen gadget, but Scott and I use ours at least twice a week for making quick dinners or simple one-ingredient foods like spaghetti squash, rice, steel cut oats, and hardboiled eggs.

14. Dry Skin Body Brush — Awesome for the lymphatic system, I dry brush every night before showering.

15. Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II Mirrorless Camera in Silver — Even though I don't use my cameras as often as I would like, I still love pulling this one out on special occasions. Not only does it shoot quality images, but it just looks really cool and old-fashioned.

That's all for now, folks! But like I said, maybe I'll start doing these sort of posts once every few months or so. Lord knows I buy enough. ;-)

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