Haribo Gummy Cola Bottles
I don't know why they taste so good right now, but I can't have them in the house, or I eat half a bag in a sitting. They are a good treat though, and have gone from craving, to obsession.
I tried this out after seeing them many times. I love that they have gluten free options, and are easy to transport. I brought one along two weeks ago when I went to Boston for work, and it was a great filling snack (or meal, it says it's a meal, but it's more of a heavy snack) when there are few other options (this happens a lot in airports).
Did you see my fancy thumb on my Go Picnic meal? My friend Cindy is selling Jamberry nails, and I decided to try them out. They are great for a no smudge, low maintenance manicure that can last for weeks. It was a bit of a learning curve to learn how to do it, but not too much, and I'm glad I have them as an option.
Nugg Face Masks
I saw these on The Grass Skirt's blog awhile back, and picked a few up at Target. They're $2.99 a piece, and one small container gets two uses on my skin. They are great for a mini, affordable facial, and they have several varieties, from moisturizing to exfoliating.
Tates Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
I tried Tate's Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookies for the first time when I was in the Boston earlier this month and fell in love. My boss put them in a gift pack for me full of gluten free goodies when I arrived at my room, and they are hard to eat just a couple of. They taste similar to Trader Joes Gluten Free Chocolate Chip cookies, with a buttery kick. I've seen the original flavors at Wegmans, but none of the gluten free variety--I may need to request them! These are one of those gluten free items that you can't tell it's even gluten free, and would love them even if you don't have an allergy.