Because it’s already February…
Happy Monday, friends. It’s been awhile since I’ve done one of my Things Making Me Happy lists and I’m excited to bring it back!
Here’s a fun list of things making me happy right now…
Things Making Me Happy: 2.6.23
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A healthier wine
I tried a few bottles of this wine (founded by Julianne Hough and Nina Dobrev, btw) a few months ago and it is SO GOOD. Also, I was actually surprised since a lot of the lower sugar/lower calorie wines don’t taste as great; Definitely not the case for this brand of wine. I loooved the rose and sauvignon blanc, in particular.
Fresh Vine wine, prices range
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A decadent lip treatment
I waited months for Hailey (aka Hailey Bieber) to restock her sold out Peptide Lip Treatment, and when I finally got the restock email, I jumped to grab one. The treatment comes in three forms: Watermelon Slice, Salted Caramel, Unscented…I went with Salted Caramel, natch. The verdict? I LOVE IT. Totally worth the hype and I now see why it also won the 2022 Allure Best of Beauty Award for “Best Untinted Lip Balm.” As the brand states, “the dreamy formula leaves lips looking glossy and works hard to nourish dry skin from within” and, guys, I can’t stop applying it.
A new way to find replacement and vintage kitchenware
So, apparently, my mom knew about this website for awhile but it’s new to me and I am now a woman obsessed. I decided to upload a photo of my dish set to Google Lens (if you know you know) to see if I could find any pieces to replace the many that I’ve broken since 2009. So, I honestly didn’t expect to find anything since it’s just a cheap set from Target, but boom – there they were on Replacements.com. I was shook, to be honest. They had five of the smaller plates and three of the larger dinner plates and I bought every single one. This site is a great way to find replacements for the glasses and dishes you’ve broken but, in addition to that, they sell legit vintage pieces (not just my shit from Target, lol), and I am currently eyeing a martini set now.
Replacements.com, prices vary
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Pamela, A Love Story
Everyone’s been talking about this Pamela Anderson doc (produced by her son/The Hills New Beginnings alum Brandon Lee), and for good reason. I’m not gonna spoiler anything for you, but trust me when I tell you it’s worth the watch, and especially if you watched the Pam and Tommy Hulu series.
Pamela, A Love Story (Netflix)