February Favorites

This month has flown by way too fast. Some of the highlights include finding the perfect prom dress, having a crazy late night adventure with my three best friends, and starting my senior project.

The Bathery Charcoal Infused Exfoliating Gloves


Every year, winter takes its toll on my skin. This is why I picked up these exfoliating gloves at Target. I combine them with St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub for maximum results. I used this on my face, arms, and legs as directed on the packaging.

Think Thin Protein & Fiber Bars


Senioritis is alive and well in my life. I have masterminded a morning schedule that lets me sleep. On the day I have early morning classes, it’s easier for me to just grab something and eat in class. Think Thin bars have replaced Clif bars as my favorite meal replacement bar because they have way less sugar. The Protein & Fiber ones normally have less than 5 grams, and the plain protein ones have 0 grams.
ASSETS High-Waist Mid-Thigh Shaper


After years of use, my old pair of Spanx has fallen apart. I didn’t want to spend $50 on a new Spanx brand pair, so I decided to try a pair by Spanx’s sister company Assets. These go up to the chest and are made of a thin woven fabric. They are kind of tricky to get on, but overall pretty comfortable.

Rumours- Fleetwood Mac on Vinyl

I’ve been feeding my vinyl obsession by buying a new record once a month. Rumours by Fleetwood Mac is a masterpiece. Its rhythmic vibes echo the spirit of the 1970s and the broken relationship of the band. I purchased my copy at a vintage shop, but you can buy a new copy on Amazon.


A Cure For Wellness 

A Cure for Wellness is a hard movie to watch if you’re not a fan of squirmy animals like me. It follows Dane DeHaan’s character Lockhart as he goes to the Alps to find his boss at a spa. He is forced to stay there for a week and ends up uncovering the spa’s secrets.


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