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2019 Favorite Things List

December 31, 2019

2019 Favorite Things List

This list basically includes all of my favorite things from this year (excluding books because they needed their own post)! 

 

Favorite TV Shows: Flea Bag, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Crown

Favorite Movie: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood 

Favorite Albums: Tides of a Teardrop by Mandolin Orange, Wildcard by Miranda Lambert, Closer Than Together by The Avett Brothers

Favorite Jeans: 10" Skinny Jeans: Button Front Edition (I LIVED in these jeans most of this year so they were worth the $. Madewell also has sales often so be on the lookout for those + bring in a pair of old jeans to be recycled and get $20 off). 

Favorite Leggings: LuluLemon All the Right Places 28" (also expensive, but worth it in my opinion. I do a capsule wardrobe and have 2-3 pairs of nice jeans and a couple pair of leggings. Also, Lulu's return policy is awesome. If you don't like the leggings or something goes wrong with them you can return them even after wearing them). 

Favorite Makeup: Beautycounter Dew Skin SPF Moisturizer (A lighter coverage but seriously my favorite and it feels so good. I wear shade #2 ), Beautycounter Color Pinch Cream Blusher in Umber, and Fitglow Beauty Conceal+ (I wear C2). 

Favorite Jewelry: These earrings by Viki Glaze (she's taking a little holiday break, but she'll have more in stock soon if you are interested). 

Favorite Newsletters: The Swipe Up by Erin Moon and Lazy Links by The Lazy Genius. I get a handful of newsletters in my inbox, but I read these from top to bottom. Love them both so much. 

Favorite Podcast: The Next Right Thing by Emily P. Freeman. I listen to audiobooks way more than podcasts, but when I do listen to a podcast it's almost always this one. It's kind of like a brief respite from the day. 

Favorite Planner: Y'all, I'm a planner freak and have to have just the right one. That said, I've tried so many and liked many of them (Simplified Planner and Ink + Volt being at the top of the list), but I'm pretty sure I'm a Bullet Journal girl. I can make it what I want and it has worked really well for me this past year. See a quick start guide for bullet journalling here. I like to use this notebook

 

Your turn! Have you tried any of these favorite things? What are some of your favorites from 2019?

 

Note: There are no affiliate links in this post, but I am a Beautycounter Consultant and if you'd like to purchase any of the Beautycounter makeup I recommended, you can purchase via my link here: www.beautycounter.com/eriennejones

 

 

 





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