Welcome to Friday! I know it probably feels a bit different all things considered, but we’re still almost at the weekend and here in South Carolina it’s going to be a beautiful one!
We have so many house projects lined up to accomplish over the next few weeks – from finishing up renovating our shed to endless landscaping. Today’s post I wanted to share a few things I’ve purchased and loved over the past couple of months as well as some amazing sales that are going on!
2 weeks ago I finally pulled the plug on a few things I’d been needing to get.
+ First was a drying rack. I try to dry most of our clothes without using our dryer and I’ve found things like sheets and towels dry so fast outside. This drying rack came last week and it’s been perfect.
+ Second, a watering can. I just couldn’t force myself to buy a plastic one so I found a decently priced galvanized metal can that’s perfect for my raised bed gardens. It holds 2 gallons so I can fill it up without dragging the hose out to the middle of the yard.
If you haven’t heard of Public Goods, it’s a membership website that allows you to purchase household goods and foods at cost.
They’re also a clean and sustainable company, so bonus points for that!
I’ve been a member for over a year now and there are a few essentials I always buy that I just stocked up on:
+ Dental Floss – Don’t neglect your gums, friends.
+ Tree Free Toilet Paper – We were running low and it’s better than trying to find it in a grocery store right now.
+ Body Wash Refill – 34 oz for $11. Yes, please.
+ Hand Soap Refill – Wash your hands. All the time.
Ok, I love it when Anthro has 50% off their sale items. Things actually go to a normal price!
While I haven’t been too excited about their clothing recently I do LOVE their home items.
What I Purchased
+ 4 Heavy Plastic Tumblers. Perfect for outdoor entertaining! – $1.20 per *it looks like they’re already sold out though!
+ Sneaker Cleaner Kit. The cutest little just becuase present for my sneaker-loving husband. – $7
+ Bento Box. Just the cutest little food storage container. I have plenty of glass containers but heavy duty plastic ones are so nice to have too. – $5
+ Outdoor Shears – I’m quite obsessed with gardening tools and shears are essential for any gardener. These were too pretty to pass up. – $20