Recent Amazon Purchases

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The last few months included quite a few Amazon purchases for me.  Some Christmas, and some for me!


Christmas Classics & Merry Christmas.  These two records helped start my Christmas album collection.  The prices have skyrocketed since I bought them, but it's something to keep an eye on as we get through this year if you are looking to purchase vinyl.



Smartypants Daily Multivitamin for WomenLindsay mentioned these vitamins and I grabbed them back in November to give a try.  I haven't always had the best experience with vitamins - sometimes they make me feel sick, but I haven't had an issue with these at all, even on an empty stomach.  I mentioned these in my goals and habits post, and goodness, their price has changed too since even just posting that!  I definitely plan on repurchasing on a regular basis, though, once the pricing gets a bit more reasonable.  


AirPods Pro Case Cover.  I am a bit of a klutz, and I was worried about dropping my AirPods Pro case and messing it up.  Since that is what charges them, I really didn't want to do that.  I grabbed this case to give it a little protection.  It fits well, comes in a bunch of colors, and is under $10!

One Day You'll Thank Me by Cameran Eubanks Wimberly.  I always enjoyed Cameran on Southern Charm (and back in the days of The Real World), so when I heard she was writing a book, I quickly preordered.  I think it'll be a fun read, plus I like preordering on Amazon, because if the price changes between now and when it is out/delivered, Amazon adjusts your purchase price.

Microfiber Headbands.  My hair is too short to all fit into a ponytail, so I grabbed these use when washing my face, or doing a face mask to keep all my hair out of my face.  

True Comfort by Kristin Cavallari.  This is one of my very favorite cookbooks right now (see my review here), and I purchased second one for a Christmas present.  

Dolly Parton, Songteller: My Life in Lyrics.  This was a 'Merry Christmas to me' present.  Dolly Parton is SUCH an interesting lady, and it's been so neat reading about her, and some of her songs.  Aside from the content, it's a gorgeous book, and makes for a great coffee table book, too.

Ultimate Gator Car Wash Play Set.  This was a Christmas present for one of my nephews and he LOVED it.  It does use water (hence the car wash part), but it's actually not as messy as I thought it would be.  There is a cup to catch the water and you basically just recycle it back into the 'car wash' part.  It's really neat!

BRIO Expansion Pack Wooden Train Tracks.  This was for my other nephew who is big into Thomas the Train.  Can't have enough train tracks!

To go with his train tracks, I grabbed some of the Thomas & Friends characters.



Weber iGrill Pro Meat Probe.  This was a Christmas present for my brother.  My sister in law recommended it, as they already had one and liked it, but needed a new one.

Erasable Marker Pens.  I wanted some new pens to go with my planner for 2021.  The ones that I had and loved previously were a little more than I remember, so I went for these.  They were a bit cheaper, and had more color options.  I wasn't sure about the 'marker' part, but I really, really like the way they write.  And they erase super well.

Daily PlannerCaitlin from Southern Curls & Pearls originally shared this planner, and I really liked the set up.  There is a place for appointments, water tracking, must to do's, a separate to do list, and a section for notes.  It also has a spot for exercise, and meals...pretty much all you could want!

Growing Boldly by Emily Ley.  This is another preorder, and will be released in February.  I don't always enjoy these types of books, but I have read the previous ones Emily has done and feel like I always find at least one good takeaway.

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  1. So many great stationary and planning things - you know I'm pen obsessed and I just bought some new ones from Target! Love the daily planner and that little car wash looks so cute - I think Sophia would get a kick out of it too! xo, Biana BlovedBoston

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    1. Yes! That car wash isn't so little, though, haha. When I got the box, I was like holy cow, do they know what they told me to get? But he loves it so it is well worth the space!

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  2. I bought those same erasable pens a few months ago. I love them for my planner!

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    1. They are great - after using pens, I was surprised at how much I like the markers!

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  3. NOOOO! I just clicked on the vitamins after you said that the price had gone up, and it looks like Amazon doesn't have them at all now! What the heck am I going to do? I've purchased them 7 times now and I've never seen this happen before... I hope the company didn't discontinue them. And the last time I looked, nobody else carried them either. I'm going to be so sad if the one multi vitamin I finally liked has been discontinued. I'm getting close to needing another refill, too.

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    1. I KNOW! I feel like you have to stock up on these things. I am kicking myself, because I had just looked at them not too long ago and they were reasonable, and had a coupon. I thought I had more time so I didn't grab them and now I am regretting it.

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  4. I got those headbands for my girls when they eat dinner. They keep your hair out of your face and work soooo well!!!

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  5. Ohh I keep meaning to check the library for Kristen's cookbook-- Nadine mentioned it a while ago too & how great it is. And love all the train things-- I was just looking for more wooden track to add to Mason's birthday list. The carwash looks so awesome too! I didn't know Emily Ley had a new book coming out this year, I'm hoping to FINALLY go through all of Grace Not Perfection in the next month or two.

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    1. My mom swears by BRIO for the train tracks. I hope you make it through her book! I actually am hoping to reread that one this year - along with a few of her others. I feel like they just make you take stock of things and give you food for thought.

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