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Perfect Things & Wristless Watches


We share several "perfect things" in our lives – those items that not only fulfill a need but do it so well they bring a little extra joy to our lives. This episode is inspired by an episode of the Friendlier podcast on the same topic.

Small spatulas

Little Hands card holder

Hummingbird Nectar Bottle

Half-size recipe binder + half sheet page protectors

Makeup removing reusable cloths

Makeup removing reusable rounds


Makeup travel case

Tempur-Pedic Symphony pillow

Juno sports bra

Title Nine sports bras

Skagen watches

Tinker watches

Daniel Wellington


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4 responses to “Perfect Things & Wristless Watches”

  1. Thanks for sharing, gals!
    Kelsey, my three favorite teas are Egyptian Licorice by Yogi, Bengal Spice by Celestial Seasonings, and the Fruit Tea Sampler by Celestial Seasonings. All have a strong flavor. The fruit teas make a great cold brew in the summer. I often mix a couple fruit flavors together and stick them in the fridge to steep.
    Hope you find a new favorite tea!

  2. I have a watch recommendation…the Citizen Eco-drive. Mine is simple, small, comfortable and (the best part) SOLAR powered. It never needs a battery. I’ve had mine for over 7 years now. I checked out the website and there are lots of options. Now I might need a second one.

  3. I’m 100% feeling this episode. I need to make a grocery list template by aisle. Genius! By the way, I too have gone through three of those cactus print mugs from Starbucks. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the print, but it just hasn’t gotten the job done. So sad. I recently moved to a new home from Phoenix to Tucson, and I have been inspired by Kelsey to pay more attention to the bird scene here. Thank you for posting links to your perfect things. In regards to the tea, I have to go to a local shop. None of the store brands are worth my sipping time. The struggle is too real.

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