February was a pretty bleh month but seeing as March will be filled with three trips, I think I’ll be making up for it. But regardless of how seemingly monotonous February was, I still found pleasure in a number of things. So here are some of the things I enjoyed in February:
- J.Crew Coat – I’m pretty sure this is the only coat I’ve worn all month. It’s super thick and warm, comes down to basically my knees and is pretty much wind resistant.
- North Face Coat – I broke this Christmas present out for the first time in VT a couple weeks ago and I absolutely loved it. I’d highly recommend for anyone looking for a new ski jacket.
- Water Cup – ( just got a free one from Staples at my office) One of my New Years Resolutions was to drink more water and I’ve noticed that when I’m drinking through a straw, I tend to drink more. So after I got this cup I’ve noticed I’ve been drinking a lot more water and consequently getting fewer headaches!
- Kashi Go Lean Crunch!– For people out there who like really crunchy, pretty granola-y, and mildly sweet cereal that won’t make you feel bad after eating it, this is for you. I eat this in a bowl with soy milk to add a little more sweetness and have gone through probably about 7 boxes this.
- CeraVe Moisturizing Cream – I’ve nearly finished my huge tub of this stuff but that’s okay because I’ve already purchased a replacement tub of it. This stuff has everything I love about their lotion but thicker, easier to apply (thanks to it’s tub container that allows me to scoop it up), and leaves my skin feeling quenched for well over 24 hours.
- Teen Wolf – Tyler Posey, Dylan O’brien, awesome music, epic fight scenes and a story line that is full of mystery make this one of my favorite shows to watch. I know it’s set in high school so me being a college graduate may seem a little strange but considering all of the “high school” actors are well into their twenties, I feel right at home watching.
- Fallout 4 – I can’t stop playing thissss. It’s set in a post-apocalyptic Boston so it’s awesome knowing exactly which places they’re referring to and while I should probably be working on completing the main mission in the game, mini quests and making all my settlements happy and inhabitable has honestly been taking up way more of my time.