Catching My Eye 11.27.20
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Catching My Eye | 11.27.20

Happy day after Thanksgiving! I hope everyone had a wonderful day even if it was different than normal. Personally, I Facetimed my family, ordered some Italian food (my favorite meal), watched Schitt’s Creek, read, cuddled with the dogs I’m watching this weekend for a friend, and had a socially-distanced Thanksgiving picnic with my roommate’s family. It wasn’t what I normally would have done, but we all have to do our best in these crazy times. My weekend is looking a little quiet, which is totally perfect for me. The last month has been totally insane, so I’m not complaining about having a quiet weekend alone with the dogs and my books. Let’s get into what’s been catching my eye this week!

catching my eye 11.27.20

one |these stocking-stuffer ideas
I’m always looking for cute ideas for small gifts, and I love this lengthy list from the Modern Mrs. Darcy. I love the idea of giving fancy pens, notecards, hand lotions, and reusable straws.

two | this at-home try on option for glasses
I just got my eyes checked since I’ve been noticing some issues with my vision, and I decided to try Warby Parker glasses for the first time! People rave about the brand, and I’m able to try on glasses from the comfort of my home!

three | these comfy sneakers
I love sneakers — it’s basically all I wear, and I’ve been eyeing this brand for some time now.

four | these smart home devices…
I’m thinking about gifting myself an Amazon Echo Show or a Google Nest Hub this year for my birthday/Christmas. I’ve always been against one because I really don’t want Google/Amazon knowing any more about me than they need to, but I think I’ve finally given up. I’d love to have some Smart lightbulbs and be able to use the device to automate some more things in life. If you have one, let me know which one you prefer!

five | this thriller about a wrongfully accused nanny of murder

I started Ruth Ware’s The Turn of the Key this weekend. She stumbles across an ad for a live-in nanny, and it seems too good to be true from the start. She ignores the red flags from the very beginning, and she finds herself writing to a famous lawyer from jail asking him to help her prove her innocence. It’s already pulled me in, and I’m only 100 pages in. I can’t wait to keep reading it this weekend.

Happy adventuring,

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