My realistic wishlist


I'm not really in the habit of making wishlists much because if I'm honest, these days I mainly buy stuff I find at thrift stores or flea markets. When I do make a new purchase, it's usually for something that's big or something I'll use a lot- something I've given a lot of thought to. Obviously I buy all my beauty products new (ew, can you imagine if I didn't?) but even then, I don't hoard beauty products at all so each purchase I make definitely has to be something that's either a really good price or something I know for a fact will work well.

I guess I called this a realistic wishlist because while most people add very extravagant items to their wishlists, I have chosen things I kinda sorta need and would use a lot.

The products shown here are ones I would like to get eventually (although the Leaning Tower of Pasta jar is hardly a need but isn't it super neato?). The random pastry cutter is just a little thing I'd like to get simply because I have been wanting to make my own cheez-its at home and that's what I'm going to use to make the little squiggly edges.

The facial moisturizer by Pacifica is one that I really, really love (and I hardly ever say that about beauty products). I often get dry patches on my cheeks and this is the only thing that clears them up literally the next day. 

I've been into buying records lately. I have been listening nonstop to Henry Mancini on Pandora and found a few of his records at a thrift store recently for cheaper than the cost of a stamp. I can't wait to listen to them and might eventually consider purchasing a record player of my own.

I really, really want to get a green house. Even though I don't like the process of growing plants and all the work it involves, I love the results of eating fresh fruits and vegetables so this is a definite must buy in the near future.

What's on your realistic wishlist?

P.S. This is not a sponsored post. All items are linked to amazon simply because that's mostly where I research stuff I'm planning to buy.


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