A little obsessed: A life changing cat hair roller, cozy clothes, chips I can’t stop eating, and beautiful humans

Welcome to a brand spanking new segment here on the blog.

My hope for these “A little Obsessed” posts is that it will give you a glimpse of what I’m loving at the moment.

You might be wondering, how is this different from favorites? Well…I’ve decided to give monthly favorites the ax.

Yup, it just wasn’t working for me. For one, I could never remember everything I liked by the time it came to recapping it at the end of the month.

And more importantly, it’s held to a timeline that just doesn’t work for me. I’d rather write about whatever I’m enjoying sooner than later. So here we are. Now, let me stop explaining and get into it.

1. ChomChom Roller

left: after chomchom roller | right: before chomchom roller

This is a PSA. If you have a cat or dog that sheds a lot and you’re sick and tired of using lint rollers that don’t work, this is THE solution. I have been dreaming of a product like this. I am not kidding. This gets rid of cat hair so effortlessly. All you have to do is swipe away and then use a sweeping motion to get the hair into the pocket underneath. You’ll be able to take out the lint afterwards…think when you’re cleaning the lint out of the dryer. Similar vibe. If you have a hairy pet, you will not regret giving this a try.

2. All things Sandy Liang

After a lot of drooling, I finally got my hands on THE Sandy Liang fleece (if you sign up for their email you get 10% off, and they sometimes have it on TheRealReal). It’s cozy, has the cutest details (leopard print trim/collar and pink mesh lining), and the best part? It has a ton of pockets that makes carrying a bag almost unnecessary. I’ve been wearing this on colder days and will definitely be wearing it a crap ton in my overly AC-ed office, and the Fall, of course.

If you thought I stopped at the fleece, I did not. I also went ahead and got this top (you get 10% off your first purchase on FWRD). I love the open arm holes. No more uncomfortable sweating during parties/concerts. If you know, you know. I wore this on my birthday and to the free Shawn Mendes concert I went to. It’s the perfect going out top. Will probably be taking this with me to London next month.

Sizing: I got both items in a size 4 and I usually wear a size 0/xs. Feel free to ask me any questions about sizing :).

3. Lunya

This is me in an outfit (here’s $20 off your first purchase). I want to wear this set everyday. I want it in all the colors and I want to give one out to every single person à la Oprah.

I love that I can wear this right now at home and wear it out to run errands on the weekend.

I mean, if you’re looking to feel as close to walking around in a blanket all day, here’s your solution.

Sizing: I got both top and bottom in an xs. I was initially worried that the pants would be too long for me but they’re the perfect length. I usually prefer a 27 inch inseam to a 30 inch one in jeans, if that helps with figuring out sizing. I’m also 5’5.

4. Siete chips

I can’t stop eating these chips. I like their no salt version and their ranch one. I love that I can eat a whole bag in one sitting without feeling gross afterwards. I also love that their mission to go grain free with their products was inspired by their support for their family member who had to adopt a low inflammation diet. Definitely give these a try if you’re a chip enthusiast who also happens to care about health, a little.

5. Lizzo

Her music makes me feel so good. Not just emotionally good but it makes me feel good about myself. That’s something I’ve never been able to say about music. She can also play the hell out of a flute while twerking.

start at around 1:30

If that’s not talent, I don’t know what is. My favorite songs from her right now are Like a Girl, Juice, Soulmate, Heaven help me, and Better in Color. Better yet, just go listen and see what you connect with 😉.

6. A must listen podcast episode feat. Chelsea Handler

I have got to be honest, I’ve never paid much attention to Chelsea Handler. Until now. I recently listened to her on the Unstyled podcast and hearing her talk about her experience with therapy and finally being able to process her childhood trauma…brought me to tears. If you’re ever been skeptical about therapy/mental health care, this might provide a different perspective. And if you’re looking to listen to a story about growth and change, this is definitely worth your while too.

That wraps it up for me.

Thanks for stopping by.

See you in my next post!

Sophie 🙂

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