Hey there! is that time of the month again: where i go over my November 2018 Favorites aka 5 Things I loved in November.
BANDO STICKER BOOK
Currently, I am obsessing over planner stickers. Ever since I bought my Bando Planner for work I am loving the stickers from this company. I love graphics and even though these stickers, for the most part, are not functional, I am loving them for decoration purposes. I bought the Bando Sticker Book from Amazon.com (here), but they also have them on their website. Mine is issue 3, and I am definitely planning on buying issue 4. I am obsessed with this sticker book I don’t even want to use the stickers, LOL.
SNAKE SKIN BLAZER – ZARA
I have two posts wearing this snake skin blazer (here and here) from Zara. The snake skin print is, as y’all know, the statement print of the season. I love this blazer because the quality is super good, and I feel chic wearing it.
STUDDED BOOTS – ASOS
I have had these boots for a gazillion years (literal), ok fine like 3 or 4. I used to wear them in rare occasions, due to the heels. Then, I became obsessed with wearing heeled boots. Usually, I wear these boots to go out to the bar, I am not a club kind of girl. But lately, I am obsessed with them. Sadly, some of the studs have fallen off over time. Mostly because going out shoes get messed up faster (Similar here and here).
MOON NECKLACE – MEJURI
Late October I was contacted by Mejuri in regards of the launch of their latest collection, which is the Tarot Collection. They asked me if I wanted to promote their new collection and I gladly agreed. Mostly because I love everything they launch. They had three or four options to choose from: the sun, the star, the moon… and something else, but I cant remember. Obviously, I chose the moon…When I took the necklace out of the box I literally said OMG like a basic B out loud. It is super pretty and the quality is amazing.
Check the Tarot Collection here
*Not sponsored, I truly do love and have been wearing it almost every day*
FINANCIAL STICKERS – ETSY
Previously, I mentioned that I have been into budgeting lately and I even have my own budget planner. By nature, I am into planner decorating. Meaning that I like to make my planners pretty with stickers, washi tape, pretty lettering etc etc. I do this as a way to express my creativity and because seeing something pretty makes me want to use it more. So, i had to do the same for my budget planner. I found these budget/financial stickers on Etsy from a store named Paper & Co. She has a lot of different types of stickers and kits. I bought the financial kit in blue and another one in green, for both November and December. I like these stickers because of the amount of options you have and the quality of the sticker itself it is pretty good as well.
Get them here
MAKING A MURDERER SEASON 2
If you have been reading my blog, specifically my previous monthly favorites, you’ll know that I love everything true crime. I watched Making a Murderer for the first time when it was released on Netflix back in 2016. Like most of the people who watch the documentary, I was furious and enraged that the police could have planted the evidence and possibly murdered the young woman just to get away with not paying the $36 million dollars they own to Steven Avery. At end of the series, I was heart broken than Steven and his nephew Brendan continued to be imprisoned.
I had been anxiously waiting for Making A Murderer part 2 for almost two years since its first release. Reading articles and following the official page on twitter to get some news. And then, part two arrived. Just as I did with the first part, I binged watch the whole thing in one sitting. I got mad, frustrated, happy with Brendan’s “release” and then heart broken again.
The second part is literally made for those who believe Steven and Brendan are guilty. Steven’s lawyer, Kathleen Zellner literally breaks down every single piece of crappy evidence the state had against them. By the way, Zellner is my new hero. She is an incredible smart, strong and intuitive woman. If you haven’t watched Making a Murder, I highly recommended you go and watch it.