The Item: Drizzled Milk Chocolate Wafers
The Cost: Buy a pack of 10 for $5.00
From: Universal Yums
Why I love it: I love chocolate, and in addition to wafers, cream filling, and more chocolate I just can't resist. I would refer to this particular treat as a sophisticated version of a Kit-Kat bar, and I'd be happy sampling some more!
The Item: Laura Mercier Translucent Setting Powder
The Cost: $39.00 for 1 oz
Why I love it: I have had minis of this setting powder before and liked it, but didn’t love it. All of that changed when this came in this box and instead of trying to get the powder out of the small top, I dumped some out on a different surface and swirled my fluffy brush in it, and swept it on my face. I honestly was surprised at how nice my face looked when I was done- my pores looked blurred, it helped to soften my blush and highlighter for a more seamless look, and it looked incredibly natural while helping my makeup to last. After using this in a full Laura Mercier makeup routine, I had to go to Sephora and purchase the full-size. I regret not knowing how to fully take advantage of prior samples I had, but I’m really happy I understand it now.
Read our Look Fantastic x Laura Mercier Limited Edition Box review & more reviews by Jessica!
The Item: Ecuador Dark Roast
The Cost: $28.00 for a double bag
From: Atlas Coffee Club
ACTIVE DEAL: Limited Time Only! MSA Exclusive Holiday Sale - "First Bag Free" (50% Off) for subscriptions, Up to $50 off gifts! Use code MSAHOLIDAYS22.
Why I love it: I love coffee and I need a fresh cup as soon as possible when I open my eyes in the morning, but I do get bored with my coffee beans. Which is why I love Atlas Coffee Club Subscription because you get a new coffee roast each month from a different country around the world. I'm never tired of my daily brew because each month is something new and exciting to try all month long.
The Item: Anker HomeVac H11 Pure Eufy
The Cost: $54.99
From: BREO BOX
Why I love it: With a toddler, our house is crumb central, so my options are to clean up or live with ants. This vacuum is small, so it's easy for quick cleanups and easy to store. It works great and isn't too loud!
The Cost: The Wine Access Discovery Club features 6 “classic and new wave bottlings” and costs $150 per quarterly shipment. Suggested MSRP for this bottle is $29.99.
From: Wine Access
ACTIVE DEAL: Get $50 off $150+ purchase- no code needed. No coupon needed - just use this link.
Why I love it: As a lover of bubbles, I’m always happy to see a bottle of Champagne in a wine subscription. (If it were up to me, they’d pop up far more frequently!) I tried Wine Access for the first time in July, and this bottle of Bernard Lonclas Cuvee Selection Brut Champagne was outstanding. It was crisp, apple-y, and very delicious. My friend’s sister just started med school, so I had a perfect celebratory excuse to pour this for guests. We all agreed that it’s a total star.
The Item: The People We Keep by Allison Larkin
The Cost: $27.00
From: Book of the Month
Why I love it: This book was such a great read! I loved how much heart the characters had and the way the story unfolded. Most of the characters were really likable and I just loved reading about April’s journey. Her will to survive was admirable and while she was so hard on herself, it’s what helped her find those people in her life that were so important and eventually became her family.
The Item: Original Molkky
The Cost: $35.49 (from Amazon)
From: Bespoke Post
Why I love it: There’s nothing like a little friendly competition between friends. Molkky is a lawn game that combines bowling and darts, and it goes well with a cold beverage, too. It’s perfect for a pool party, barbecue, or picnic. Once you start, you won’t want to stop.
What do you think of our favorites for July? And what were your favorite discoveries?