I've been really good about buying clothes lately. Don't get me wrong, I still find ways to spend money. But lately, I've been spending my money on more productive things, things that make me happy for longer than 30 minutes -- art supplies, books, dinners out, etc. Here are my current favorite things:
1. Spotify. This might seem silly, but my monthly subscription to Spotify is money happily spent. More often than not, when I'm at work in my cubicle, I feel as if my head might explode. It might be the constant flow of emails or the lack of sunlight. Regardless, nothing sets me back on track like putting on my headphones and zoning out. Spotify saves my sanity. Moving on!
2. Kindle HD. I never thought I'd put my iPad aside, but when I got this Kindle for Christmas, I found myself doing just that. I don't know if it's the book-like size of it or the ridiculously easy access to my Amazon Prime account, but I've been blazing through my reading wish list like gangbusters. All good things.
3. Suja Juice. I found this juice on Refinery29's list of best juice cleanses. No, I'm not doing a juice cleanse, but when I read that they were available at the Whole Foods across the street from my office, I decided to try one. Gotta say, they're pretty good. And they make me feel better about myself.
4. Tiny Devotions. I hate to say it, but I won my mala from them in a Twitter contest. And as much as I'd love to buy another, I can't justify the cost. However, I love my mala, and wearing it makes me feel like I'm back in my yoga studio days. Especially that day when I was wearing it and a guy stopped me on the street to ask if I was from India. Uhh, what?