Holy smokes. It's almost April. WHERE did the month go?! I'm so glad that spring is officially here, although the snowstorm we had last week doesn't make it seem like it. But we've officially turned into nice weather and I can't wait to sit on my patio with a crisp drink. Until then, here are the things I was loving in March.
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1. This affordable and non-toxic firming night cream. Buying a night cream has been on the top of my to-do list. At 35 there's zero reason to not be using one, and though I'm a number of years late, I'm happy to jump on the bandwagon and am loving the way it makes my skin look and feel.
2. I am starting the Dave Ramsey program. He's that guy that helps you become debt-free. Like we're talking house, car - everything. He gets you to zero so you're saving that cash money hand over fist. And I like the sound of that, so I'm on a mission to get stuff paid off. Though it may take awhile, I'm excited to be young and saving more money for travel and experiences and not spending on things.
3. I went to this Favorite Things party in December and one of the gifts I got was this body butter. My friend swears by it; said it would cure any dry skin, especially sad winter dry skin. And man-oh-man is this stuff amazing. FATCO is the brand, and there's a catch (vegetarians cover your ears). It's made with cow tallow. AKA cow fat. And the rest of the ingredients are natural and healthy. And it WORKS. Within a few days my dry skin was gone for good.
4. This show. Oh man. SO GOOD. Netflix, once again, hit it out of the ballpark. The comedy is on point and casting is perfect.
5. Overnight oats. Whoa mama. They've always been on my to-do list to make, and I kinda forgot about them until my bestie started making them. So I gave them a whirl and SO GOOD. I used the Minimalist Baker recipe (linked above) as my base, but honestly you can customize them however you want.
6. Two of my best girlfriends read The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and gave it 5/5 stars, so naturally I was curious. I borrowed the book and LOVED it. I couldn't recommend it highly enough and it's been awhile since I read a 5 star book.