Weekly Enabler Report

You don’t know how good it feels to be writing my first Weekly Enabler Report since the wedding! Whoa whoa whoa, yes it has been that long. Now, that doesn’t mean I’ve not been on the lookout for the best things you absolutely need to buy right now. It just means I’ve been hoarding these items (and feelings) for when I had a little more time. So, without further ado…ready your pocketbooks! This one’s a doozy.

Saje aromaGem Ultrasonic Nebulizer
Say hello to my little friend. I had been forewarned that stepping into Saje means letting your wallet fly open, but yes…I went in anyways. I left with a bevy of goodies, including this gorgeous shiny gold nebulizer – a heat-free aromatherapy essential oil diffuser. This little guy has been running 24/7 in our condo with the Best of Saje Deluxe Diffuser Blend Collection I picked up to go along with it. Part humidifier, part aromatherapy dispenser, I love the calming/uplifting/anxiety-reducing benefits (depending on the oil you use) and how clean our condo now smells. We’ve been battling a strange funky smell since we moved in that no amount of Jo Malone has been able to fix, but the nebulizer has cleaned the air right up! Give it a try – it’s not as kooky as it seems. Bonus: it’s currently on sale for $52.50!

The best popsicle mold: Prepworks Freezer Pop Maker
Philips Ice Pops - Club Monaco Market Toronto
I’ve been on a serious popsicle kick – blame Instagram and all the delicious ice pops I’ve been enjoying in Toronto this summer. This kick revved up my Martha engine and sent me on the hunt for retro popsicle molds, naturally. One (large) failed Williams Sonoma purchase later, I found these little guys on Amazon and it’s been love ever since. They release like a dream and make your pops look perfect (just like the ones from Philip’s Ice Pops in the photo!). So far I’ve made Peach Pie and Strawberry Basil pops and today’s experiment is looking like Vanilla Bean Coconut Grapefruit. Fulfil your wildest popsicle dreams and thank me later.

Jergens Moisturizer for Wet Skin
This right here is the lazy girl’s beauty dream. I don’t know about you, but I had cupboards and nightstand drawers full of body moisturizers purchases with the best of intentions that I purged when we moved into our condo. You know, because I never used them. Moisturizing sounds like such a luxurious and smart idea but let’s face it – nobody wants to slick on the creamy stuff and do the dry dance after stepping out of a steamy shower. This new Jergens moisturizer that I’ve been using for a month now fixes that problem – you apply it right in the shower and then pat dry once you hop out. Easy peasy and your skin feels like a dream. Lazy girl approved!

Joe Fresh Merino Short Sleeve Sweater
fall must-haves joe fresh
I know, I know. I don’t want to think about transitioning to fall either. I got over it when I saw this perfect-amount-of-cozy merino short sleeve sweater at Joe Fresh. And promptly bought it in this gorgeous grey and a marsala (it’s only $39!). This sweater will be perfect paired with a chunky statement necklace and jeans for a casual weekend or prim pearls and a flouncy skirt for work. It’s OK to buy it in every colour.
Rifle Paper Co. 17-month Toile Planner
Are you getting back to school vibes? Because I am. It doesn’t matter how long I’m out of school – the pangs for new supplies always arrive around this time in August. I’m the first person skipping through Staples and casing the planner table at Chapters, zero shame. Say hello to this year’s planner! My obsession with Rifle Paper Co. is rivaled only by my innate need for all things Kate Spade, so I was so excited with Indigo began carrying these gorgeous agendas. A 17-month planner means you can start using it right now and the little check boxes under every day satisfy my need to make constant to-do lists and check things off. Isn’t it adorable? 

Happy shopping! Hope you have the best weekend. xo