I get really obsessed with certain things and I use them or eat them over and over again until I’m sick of them and I move on to the next thing.
I’m sure that’s some sort of really poor quality trait (psychopath, maybe?) but I am who I am!
Like oatmeal. I ate oatmeal EVERY DAY for 4 years. I was so obsessed with it. Sometimes I ate it twice/day. I woke up every morning excited about my oatmeal. I’d add protein powder, peanut butter, chocolate chips, fruit, whatever. I ‘d make pretty patterns and take pictures and post them on Instagram (weird).
I literally can’t look at a bowl of oatmeal anymore. Like, WHO LIKES OATMEAL? GAG.
“Megan, can you PLEASE be a little less extreme and little more consistent?” – my husband, almost every day
Oh well. I do have a couple of things in my life that has remained consistent. Ok, maybe not my life, but at least over the last few years.
First off, Amazon. I mean, will Amazon ever go out of style? I can’t even imagine a world without it. What does this earth look like without 2-day shipping?
I’ve put together a list of my Amazon obsessions for you guys. These are my absolute must-haves. My ride-or-dies. Forever. Or at least until I find something better or more shiny.
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I’ll be spending this lovely Saturday shopping and spending all of my tax return in one place (the internet). So tell me – what are your Amazon obsessions? I’m popping anything and everything in my shopping cart.
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