My Christmas Wishlist
I’m at an age now where we don’t really get a lot of presents for Christmas, and that’s fine. That’s not what the holidays are about. My husband and I buy gifts for each other, and we still have a few family members who feel like they need to give us money for the holidays. We put half in savings and split the rest between us.
It doesn’t mean I don’t love presents, and it doesn’t mean I don’t buy myself a few extra things this time of year. We all need to give ourselves a little love once in awhile.
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Here’s what’s on my wishlist this year:
Becky Higgins Happy Place Scrapbook Album
New year. New scrapbook. I always pick colorful albums to keep my photos in. I think the pastels on this one are darling.
OK, so maybe this is a little too nerdy, but how freakin’ cute are these? Ever since I became obsessed with succulents, I’m always looking for unique planters to plant them in.
This mug is so cute! Perfect for drinking coffee in my office while I sing to the lovies in the morning. If I’m not a crazy bird lady already, it’s coming.
All the Pens
This is my favorite size Moleskine for bullet journaling and general note taking. For art journaling, I prefer the extra large size with blank pages. I also want to try the dot style Moleskines since they’re so popular in the bullet journal community.
Doki Doki Crate
While I don’t have a picture of how adorable Doki Doki is, you should definitely check it out. Doki Doki is from the makers of Japan Crate and is full of kawaii Japanese goodness, including stationery, plushies, and home goods. I need this much pink and fuzzy in my life. Kawaii Box is also on my radar.
As far as my subscription box wishlist, we let our Geek Fuel and Nerd Block boxes lapse while we needed to pay off some medical bills, and I’d love to renew our subscription. My husband and I both had a lot of fun with these boxes!
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