Save. Spend. Splurge.

In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: Where lace dresses become a thing



  • The Asian Pear

    I have a generic konjac sponge. It’s pretty good. I like it. That being said, if you already have a Clairsonic, then you don’t need a konjac sponge.

  • Cassie

    I’d be all over that hairdryer as well if I wasn’t choking over the starting price. The post you linked says $400, but I read another that said it would be $500. Maybe Canadian vs. US pricing? As long as my current noisy beast (which is quite in the grand scheme of blow dryers) is running I’ll have to pass. I’ll reassess when this one dies.

    As for the Konjac sponges, it wasn’t a game changer for me. I tried the Boscia charcoal version. It felt like more of a novelty item, but maybe it just wasn’t for my skin. I didn’t notice any difference using it.

  • Taylor Lee @ Yuppie Millennial

    I am thoroughly convinced it is impossible to own a home in New England without being a high-earner/independently wealthy or in construction. All the housing stock is 100-200 years old and historical restoration has long been a hobby of the well-to-do, for good reason (it’s expensive)!

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