Thank you to Uncommon Goods for partnering with me to bring you this post.
If you’re reading this, it’s possible that you know me. If so, great. Feel free to use the information provided here on the next gift-giving occasion. (Valentine’s Day comes to mind…) If you don’t know me, you’re still more than welcome to send me gifts! I’d kind of love it. I suppose that the likelier scenario, though, is that you’ll find a few gift ideas for someone you know, assuming you know really awesome people with amazing taste. (That is: similar to mine.) Or maybe you’ll find something for you. No one gives you better gifts than you. Treat yourself. I’m pretty sure you deserve it.
Take a hop with me down the internet shopping rabbit hole that is Uncommon Goods. For the uninitiated, Uncommon Goods is the online repository for a million and one things you never knew you absolutely needed*, with a mission to be environmentally conscious and socially responsible.
*I made up that number. It’s possible they do not have a million and one things. It could be less. It could be more. I do feel confident that you’ll find something you never knew you needed, however. I totally stand by that statement.
I’m not even a tiny bit embarrassed to tell you that I own the pink gummy bear light. It’s sitting beside my computer as we type. I’m open to the possibility of adding a new color, however.
This rug would be right at home on the floor of my craft room/office. (Where the gummy bear light lives.) It’s made from upcycled sari fabric, which means no two are alike.
I did string art as a kid, and I’m not quite sure why I haven’t done any as an adult. Plus, this kit has fun colors.
Because rainbows and unicorns and jewelry. That’s really all you need to know.
Is it just because I’m a total klutz that I knock my shampoo and soap to the bottom of my shower every morning? These squids can keep everything in place.
I’m suddenly very sad that I don’t have this in my office. Everyone needs a Percy the Pencil Porcupine. Not wants. Needs.
Stop it. Seriously. I can make an ice pop that looks like my favorite childhood candy? I can’t even right now.
So apparently this Habit Rabbit duo is supposed to help you by serving as a visual reminder to meet your goals. Well and good though that is, I just think they’re super cute and really want them to sit in my office. Because bunnies.
Hop on over to Uncommon Goods and let me know if you see anything that’s missing from my wish list. I’m always open to shopping suggestions.