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Rent the Runway

#1 Rent the Runway- this is unquestionably one of my favorite services. I completely love the idea behind this company and their mission. The experience that you can easily rent gorgeous designer clothes and not have to spend hundreds is pretty fantastic. They have an app you can download that lets you save favorite items, create lists and of course order your rental. One of my favorite features I find the most useful are the customer reviews. Anyone who rents an item has the option to leave a review and upload photos I always read the reviews and find out if I should order a size up or down. RTR has three plans so you can pick the one that fits you the best:

  • RTR Unlimited - Rent unlimited pieces on rotation up to for at a time and you can swap anytime, no return dates.

  • RTR Update- similar to unlimited that you select 4 pieces, but you only get to swap them out at the end of the month

  • RTR Reserve - Rent pieces for 4 or 8 days great for special occasions (like photo shoots)

I've tried the unlimited plan for a couple of months (I work at an office during the week) and really liked that I could wear it once and send it back the next day if I wanted or keep some things a little longer if I wanted. Not to mention it totally steps up my wardrobe game -its an endless closet of beautiful designer clothes, purses, and jewelry!




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#2 Audiobooks, even though I could spend hours in bookstores, libraries or looking at books, I find myself in the car commuting so I really love how convenient audiobooks are. In my opinion, Audible has the greatest variety in titles. I also use RB Digital which is the San Diego Library app that lets you download audiobooks. I am typically go for business and non-fiction books, but there are some really great fiction books for long car rides I enjoyed Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

I am currently listening to Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts. by Brene Brown it’s full of wisdom and insights and read by the author.


#3. This Black and White, Watercolor Peony Wallpaper isn’t it pretty? I am typically minimal when it comes to decor and walls, but I just LOVE the soft shades and organic shapes of the flower. I also believe this would make a beautiful background for photos and it wouldn’t be difficult to build a “fake” wall to wallpaper this too. You can shop here.

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