10 Things I Love Sunday

Happy weekend! I’m equally trying to enjoy this last bit of summer and started to get excited for fall. Here’s what I’m loving this week!

closeup of flower bouquets

1. Trader Joe’s flowers are just the best and make me happy. I ordered some peony bulbs to plant this fall and am really excited to plant them.

2. This water bottle is a dupe to the popular Stanley version and way cheaper.

3. These Caraway pans are amazing, and they come with the best pan storage ever so you can stand up the pans and save on space!

4. How many times have you seen Top Gun: Maverick? “I Ain’t Worried” by One Republic is officially my summer anthem, and I want to go see the movie again.

5. I just pre-ordered the next Inspector Gamache book by Louise Penny—it’s one of my all-time favorite series. She also co-wrote this book with Hillary Clinton, which I enjoyed too.

6. This dress from Amazon is really comfortable and cute. It will be good for that in-between summer and fall season, too.

7. I added vanilla cold foam to a pink drink order at Starbucks this week, and it reminded me of those Creme Savers candies I used to love. Nostalgic!

8. I’m working my way through Emma’s Favorite Things in the Air Fryer list. In the summer, I hate turning on the oven.

9. Olipop just came out with a Dr Pepper-inspired flavor. Would you try it?

10. I ordered a candy corn themed mug from this Etsy shop and I can’t wait for it to get here!

P.S. Here’s last week’s 10 Things Sunday in case you missed it!

  • The ReStores here in central Indiana have a ton of Caraway pans they are selling for a huge discount…just fyi for my Hoosier friends!

    • I loved the Caraway pans for the roughly six months that they were non-stick. Despite very careful care of them they were absolute junk after 5-6 months. Several friends have had the same experience. Unfortunate because they are pretty and work so well for that short time, but I warn anyone to be prepared to replace them soon and often! Probably why they are in the resale shops.

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