February Haul + Grocery Tips

Here's February's haul, which consists of things from Amazon and Target, of course, but also a cute new bag from Madewell and mom jeans from Zappos.

I've lately been obsessed with the Balenciaga B small bag and XL B chain earrings because of the large B logo. The nude color of the bag that I want is unfortunately old so I'm hoping a similar color will come out again but meanwhile, I got this cute Madewell camera bag, which is a more polished version of the trendy casual belt bag and comes with two interchangeable straps.

Madewell the Transport Camera Bag in Muted Olive

As for the Balenciaga earrings, I don't think they're worth it so scoured Etsy and Amazon. Etsy had dupes that looked like it but I actually really like these black ones from Amazon for a more subtle look. While at it, I ordered a bunch of other styles and like these gold huggie hoops too: 

Black B earrings, gold huggie hoops

I really liked the mom jeans I got from AE here and regret returning them since they are now sold out but I found these cute girls mom jeans from Abercrombie, though I wish they were higher waisted.

Abercrombie high rise paperbag waist mini mom jeans in 11/12

I picked up some cute stuff from Target this month - a romper, another flannel, sweater, and sweatshirt jacket. Love the comfy romper and sweater the most.

I continued with the athletic shorts from last month into this month and picked up one more pair from Amazon, though this one doesn't have the longer bike short layer underneath. 

BMJL Women's Running Shorts in XS 

Here are some grocery tips I've learned that I didn't know before:

1. Take your bananas apart when you get home from the store. If you leave them connected at the stem, they ripen faster. My mom still doesn't believe me on this one though!

2. Store your opened chunks of cheese in aluminum foil. It will stay fresh much longer and not mold!

3. Peppers with 3 bumps on the bottom are sweeter and better for eating. Peppers with 4 bumps on the bottom are firmer and better for cooking.

Leaving you with the quote of the day, "We design our lives through the power of choices." -Richard Bach


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