Spoons, spatulas, ladles (you need more than you think)
Plates and bowls
Mugs and glasses
Salt and pepper shakers
Cooking Oil (vegetable, canola, olive, w/e)
Chairs or stools
Soap (bar and hand)
Shower curtain and rod
First aid kit
Any other bathroom items you may need (like face wash, contact solution, so on)
Hanging rack/clothes organizer
Table for folding
Iron and ironing board
More clothes hangers
Stain removal pen or detergent
Rags and hand towels
First aid kit
Back up chargers and cables
Note: You do not absolutely need every last thing on this list. This is just what I believe to be a pretty good list of what someone might possibly need in a new home. You can cross out whatever doesn’t suite your lifestyle.
Alright, I think that’s about it. I probably forgot some things, but I tried to be as thorough as I could. This is roundabout everything I had before moving in. It honestly made living on my own so much easier. Not only that but I cut back on costs by not having to run to the store every five seconds because I forgot something.
My bathroom closet (featured in the picture above) is just one of the placed I keep my stock. I stock up like crazy, on everything. What I bought before moving in lasted me a whole year before I had to stock up again. It was amazing and I’ll be breaking down where/how I found the best deals to do this.
I wish I was an extreme couponer (have you seen their stock rooms?!?!?) because they just do it better.
Any questions or comments (like “Hey! You forgot (blank) and I’ll add it to the list) are super welcome!
- use a lush shampoo bar, trust me
- personally I reach back into the 80s and apply brush along my cheekbones and up to my temples
- put ur makeup on in ur underwear it boosts ur confidence which shows!!
- apply black pencil or gel liner to ur upper water line for ur lashes to appear thicker!
- HONESTLY,,,, masturbate as often as possible it keeps ur skin glowing I wish I was fuckin lying,,,
I Love Juicy: $9.95
Happy Happy Joy Joy: $12.95
Magical Moringa: $24.95
Don’t Look At Me: $12.95
Shampoo Bar Tin: $3.95
Red Bralette: $28.90 X2
Mint Bralette: $28.90 X2
Plaid Bralette: $32.90
Total before tax: $224.20
WOW! Ok I know I literally fell off the face of the earth for a bit but I am back! About 4 months ago I moved to the ☀️ state and started working for a very well known 🐭. It’s been amazing and I have loved every bit of it! I work so fucking much but I will try and post at least some smaller hauls in the near future 😘
How to: Get the most out of your LUSH Solid Shampoo Bar
LUSH solid shampoo bars are long-lasting, self preserving, and wonderfully effective. Advertised to last up to 60-80 washes (the equivalent of three bottles of liquid shampoo), LUSH solid shampoo bars are also a great deal for you, and for the environment.
But the way they are stored and used can make a huge difference as to how long they actually last. Some advertised packaging (such as the shampoo tins LUSH sells) can actually end up wasting product instead of saving it. Below is the simplest, most cost effective way to store and use your solid shampoo bars to their maximum potential.
The ’New’ Shampoo bar is full of cinnamon, clove and peppermint which stimulates your scalp and encourages hair growth. A shampoo bar can be used just like a normal soap but on to your hair :)
Alternatively, Roots hair treatment is useful for thin fine hair to give it more strength and moisture, so this could help maintain any vulnerable hair! I have quite thin hair, and this treatment works wonders. My hair just feels healthier at the root and feels lovely and soft :)
If you’ve got medium - long hair, your still growing your hair and you want to keep it healthy, then R&B hair moisturiser is perfect. This smells lovely and fruity, and is a thick moisturiser that you can apply straight to the ends of your hair. For afro/very curly - apply straight onto dry hair, while for straight/wavy/thin hair, apply onto wet or damp hair out of the shower to ensure your ends won’t be greasy!