1 | Duolingo
This website is great if you’re looking into learning a new language. I’ve been using it for a couple of years to learn German and perfect my Spanish, but only recently have I been using it on a daily basis. The courses are quick and easy and you’re able to choose goals for yourself for how many lessons you complete a day (I chose five, which takes about twenty minutes). They’ve also added a new feature where you can test your reading comprehension skills with short stories.
I’ve been looking for ankle boots for a while now. But every time I would go into a store to look, I’d never quite find what I was looking for. Until I had almost passed by these while I was in DSW one day. I’m a sucker for hardware on clothing, so I immediately knew they had to come home with me.
I never thought I would ever be recommending deodorant to someone, but here I am. This deodorant is great since I was looking for an all natural alternative that still lasted all day. I was a little skeptical at first as to whether or not it was going to work as an antiperspirant, but I wasn’t disappointed. This stuff is great, and it also smells good too, which is always a plus.
4 | Old Navy Relaxed Plush-Knit Tee
I always make a bee line towards a clothing display if I see a fifty percent off sign. And this display at Old Navy was no exception. Except, I wasn’t expecting the shirts to be so nice! I had anticipated the shirts to be your standard 100% cotton, but this is so incredibly soft. It’s longer too, so if you’re tall like me, it’s very flattering. I actually love this shirt so much that I also bought it in cream and gray.
If you’re looking for a light, humorous read, I definitely recommend this book. I might be slightly biased since I’ve been watching Louise’s YouTube channel for a few years, but reading the hilarious situations that Robin Wilde and her daughter get in always put me in a better mood.