It’s Not a Leap Year (February Favorites)

My life is going by so fast. How is it already 2014? February marked the beginning of my last semester of college. Who wants to give me a job? Was “rabbit” the first word you said this morning? (I hope so.)

It’s also continued to be excruciatingly cold. There is absolutely no more room for snow and the sidewalks are mazes of ice. But anyway, here are my fascinatingly fearless February favorites (wut).

url    Organix Teatree Mint Shampoo & Conditioner – This stuff is a bit pricey for my taste but OMG is it spectacular. I used it back in high school and just refused to buy it since because I am poor. However, I found it on sale a few weeks ago and decided to splurge. It makes me never want to get out of the shower and I find myself trying to smell my own hair during the day (awk).

PA270169    Revlon Matte Balm – I’m always on the lookout for these types of lipstick-y things. I hate regular lipstick and shiny lipgloss things so I really like these. The color I have is Sultry (second in from the left) but I want to get other ones. The color stays for a long time and it has a minty scent (mint is the way to go). They’re not shiny or sparkly at all which is perf.

photo   Wolf Phone Case – lolz I got this on Amazon a few weeks ago. It’s perfect. It has 2 parts, one rubber-y and then a hard outer shell. Now I have a phone case to match all my wolf shirts.

Rose Gold WatchRose Gold Sparkly Watch – Target is life. I started wearing a watch when I went to Italy because I wouldn’t always have my phone to see the time. I love those giant gold watches (like the Michael Kors ones) but I like how this one is a bit smaller. I think I’d get annoyed of the giant ones on my wrist all day.

There are two songs I’ve been listening to on repeat for the month as well. It alternates on which one is stuck in my head during a given moment.

Classic by MKTO – catchy and mood-boosting

Sight of the Sun by Fun.Fun fact, I always pretend to be hipster and tell people that I saw Fun. back in 2010 when no one had ever heard of them and they were opening for Panic! at the Disco.



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