Random Favorites of 2016

This is the third and final installment of my 2016 favorites mini-series. These are things that I have absolutely been loving and using regularly throughout 2016, but that didn’t fall into one specific category. Therefore, I decided to gather them in one video:

 

Products Mentioned in the Video:

 

Pilates

This is not a product, but I couldn’t not talk about it. As I have mentioned before in a previous video, I have loving going to Pilates twice a week. It has given me a different insight on my body and what it can do. It has been a very interesting journey so far, and I have only been doing it for 3 months.

 

Leuchtreum1917 A5 hardcover + Bullet Journaling

This is my go to brand and model for bullet journaling. I have been loving the quality of the paper and built, but also the fact that the pages are numbered and comes with an index.

 

Windsor and Newton

This year I have been getting back into watercolor. My go to brand is Windsor and Newton. I have had quite a few of these compact sets over the years. They are affordable and make it really easy to play with those transparencies that are so typical of watercolors.

 

Kuretake Watercolors

Then I also have this beautiful set from the Japanese brand Kuretake. These ones are a little more difficult to play around with, mainly because of how pigmented they are. The finish is absolutely amazing and I have been loving using them, but it is a little harder to play with transparencies.

 

Oakley Latch Squared Sunglasses

I have been an Oakley girl for a few years now. My husband introduced me to them a while ago. ¬†After I got my first pair, I never looked back. These are the last ones I got and I have been loving them. The shape and the reflective lenses are what I like most about them. I also love that they are polarized. I don’t think I could ever use lenses that are not polarized anymore.

 

Bose headphones

I have actually had these for exactly a year at this point. I can’t leave the house without them. They are always with me. The quality of the sound and built of these headphones is well worth the high price point. These are not noise-cancelling, but they are still very good at cutting sound from the outside.

 

So this was it for the random favorites. Let me know in the comments below, if you have any of these products, or if you have any recommendations. I love discovering new things!

 

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