My Favorite Amazon Finds Under $10*

Sometimes my love of Amazon makes me feel a bit dirty. We’ve been Prime members for over a decade and it seems impossible to imagine our lives without Subscribe & Save, Prime Video, and two-day shipping. I consider ourselves fairly green but it is impossible to ignore the environmental impact of Amazon. I’m sure I’m not the only one wrestling with such thoughts as I type amazon.com into the address bar and give preference to items with the beautiful blue prime in sans serif font. Sigh. So today I am sharing my favorite Amazon finds under $10 (* a couple of the items fluctuate under/over $10 by about $.40 or so) that I use on a regular basis.

Dotted Grid Notebook/Journal – I am always jotting down notes and as a left-hander, I’ve endured a life-long struggle with spiral bound notebooks. If we weren’t planning on paying for our children’ college education, I’d exclusively use Moleskin notebooks but that is not my reality. These notebooks are a good alternative that are much easier on the wallet. My goal is to someday fill a notebook cover-to-cover but my addiction to new journals has prevented me from doing so – maybe 2019 will be THE year!

dimok Running Belt Waist Pack – You know what is cooler than a person wearing a fanny pack running belt? Two people wearing them! Both Clay and I are proud owners of this running belt. It can hold keys, a massive iPhone, and more! The reflective bits really up the fashionable allure of the belt and the adjustable waistband really lets your individuality shine when wearing it… up high or down low? It’s your choice! In all seriousness, it’s a good running belt at a great price. Clay wears his when running fast. I wear mine when challenging the definition of running (who am I kidding – my pace can only be describe as a jog).

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Hydrating Gel Cleanser – I’ve gotten a lot more serious about my skincare as of late. And honestly, anything is an improvement over my 20s. Back then, my skincare routine consisted of regularly sleeping in my make-up and washing my face in the morning with St. Ives Apricot Scrub. Over the past year, I’ve started double-cleansing, using serums and masks, and really paying attention to the products I use. That being said, I refuse to spend a fortune on my newfound interest in skincare products because if it comes down to me being able to afford to travel or having less-radiant skin, my passport will win every time. I’m a huge fun of Neutragena’s Hydro Boost line with hyaluronic acid – I’ve noticed a big difference in my skin since introducing it my routine. I only use it at night because I find that my skin can’t handle a hyaluronic acid cleaners in both the morning and night.

Aztec Secret – Indian Healing Clay – Every one and their mother are aware of this amazing product but it really is a fantastic mask for a price that is almost criminal. I use it a few times a month and mix it with apple cider vinegar. It lasts a ridiculous amount of time too – according to my Amazon order history, the last time I ordered it was December 2016.

Heritage Store Rose Petals Rosewater – I love spraying rosewater on my face and hair whenever I need a little refreshing. Rose water has been used in various cultures for centuries; the anti-inflammatory properties are said to reduce skin redness and puffiness. Does it really do that for me? Meh – who knows? But it sure does smell good and it really does put a little pep in my step so I continue to buy it. It’s great to use when traveling after sitting on an airplane for many hours and again – it smells amazing!

What inexpensive items on Amazon do you swear by?

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