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  • Writer's pictureKatie Dolatowski

Winter Must Haves 2020

Updated: May 17, 2022




Hi everyone! It's been a while. A lot has been going on.


-I started working on a special project at work in sales and data reporting... and man I'm tired! Grateful because I'd rather do this project but also pooped!

-My momma got COVID... but she is ok. So incredibly grateful and happy she recovered, albeit with some lung damage.

-I've been sick. :( No COVID symptoms, thank goodness, but at the same time taking four rounds of medication has not been fun.

Because of everything going on I haven't posted NEARLY as much as I want to, so today I decided to do a super simple Winter Must Haves post.


I'm grateful to be able to purchase things I need and/or want, and a huge source of my purchases is Amazon, mostly because they ship at a great pace, get my order correct, and have great quality products. Remember, a lot of small businesses are on Amazon to try and gain exposure by listing their products on such a well- known site- it's not bad to shop on Amazon.


So... my Winter 2020 Must Haves:


1. Method Concentrated Laundry Detergent in Lavender and Cypress


This smells wonderful, and it's not overpowering at all. It's the most faint, wonderful scent, and you don't need a lot of detergent at all to get your laundry clean. This one container is going to last me a good four months, if not five or six. Plus, everybody knows that all too familiar smell of sweaty wool socks and hats after a day playing in the snow. :)


2. Snuggle Plus Super Fresh Fabric Softener Dryer Sheets


That sweet smell of clean sheets on a tired winter night... I couldn't have that without these dryer sheets. So, so good.



Something I love about the Harry Potter series is that it's amazing to read year- round. Halloween, Christmas, heck... even Spring time is a good time to read Harry Potter. It's warm and fuzzy but mysterious and fascinating, full of detail and a total classic. Put on those shae butter socks and get to reading!


4. Light Therapy Lamp, Full Spectrum & UV Free


Winter can cause the onset of seasonal depression, and having a little bit of "sunlight" is important for me. This lamp has a good effect on me during late Winter nights where we would rather be out with friends eating popcorn at a drive- through than staying inside sad.


5. Wet Brush Paddle Detangler Brush


For women (and men!) with long hair that knots near the neck from scarves...


This brush has a wide surface area so it doesn't take forever to comb my hair, and it also doesn't hurt and rip my hair out.


Remember! You should replace your hairbrush every six months.



So beautiful! These are pictured above. Super easy to use and great for a pretty winter indoor scene.


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