1. I want a weighted blanket too! I love winter because I put my very heavy blanket on the bed which has the same kind of effect. I use the colorful Marley's Monsters at my makeup table and they are fabulous! I like the idea of the copper tray instead of the bulky air fryer. I think I would use it more often.

  2. I would check out rocabi for a blanket! I had a very bad experience with gravity blanket and their customer service. My sister told me about this blanket and I do have to say, worth it! I think it may be a little less than the gravity blanket as well. Either way, best of luck ❤️

  3. Hi Rhian! Love your videos as always. I have the Eloise satchel from Angela Roi on the way after seeing it in your video, but being my first vegan leather bag, and being so expensive I’m starting to feel worried about how long it will truly last. Could you do a video or give any tips on caring for vegan leather goods/bags? Lots of love, Sydney ❤️

  4. I’m just gonna put this out there. That copper stuff is crap, it’s just copper coated most of the time and very poorly made. It breaks easily and can get bent or even warped. That’s my own experience with it, if someone has had better then more power to ya, but yeah. It’s awful

  5. Thanks for sharing! I have that problem with Instagram also. I follow so many account, granted most are animal accounts ☺️ but I have brands on there too and it always makes me want to buy stuff! I’m going to do something similar to what you’re talking about and make a save of specific items I want! 👏🏻

  6. I do the same w Amazon, instead of impulse buying all the time I just add things to my wishlist instead of the cart so I can evaluate if it's really practical lol

  7. I have a weighted blanket–I highly recommend getting one! It's very comforting–especially if you add a few soft pups on top! 😀 The only downside is getting up from under it–and them!

  8. My birthday is in a little less than two weeks and I definitely have some new gift ideas so thank you! 😌 I’ve been eyeing the Unpaper Towels for a while- do you use them for all the same things as you would a paper towel? I’m just worried how they’ll hold up when used for actual cleaning and not just getting up a spill or something. I don’t want to have to pre-wash everything out of them every time, but paper towels are so wasteful

  9. I completely relate with the dentist/weighted blanket thing. I bought a XXXL flax heating pad from Esty. It does the trick! Just pop into the microwave for a couple minutes and you have warm, weighted delight. You can choose to scent the flax with lavender, chamomile, etc.. Oh, and it has a removable washable outer cover. FlaxSakUSA, get the XXXL. Looks like it's $79.99 now.

  10. I have wanted an air fryer but felt the same way about buying another appliance so I will definitely be looking for one of those crisper trays !

  11. i loooove my gravity weighted blanket!!! i was in the same boat as you, i had my eye on it but i had a hard time justifying the price and let me tell you it’s worth every penny. i love it so much i even take it with me on trips (i haven’t taken it on a flight yet). i’m actually looking into buying the cooling version for summer (i live in the midwest too) when i still want the weight but not keep all the heat in.

  12. My husband and i bought the YnM weighted blanket from amazon and its been amazing (also half the price on amazon from the OG brands that are almost 400 dollars ). A lot of our family has gotten them as gifts and we have all found that the blanket works best for one person per blanket (tried sharing it and the weight gets distributed weirdly between two people). My only issue now is I never want to get out of bed. My husband and i have to physically say GET IT OFFFFF and throw it off because we over sleep.. So comfy… Hope this helps!

  13. I love my weighted blanket! I'm autistic and when I'm having a super restless time and can't relax it's so helpful, but I live between two houses so I can only have it at one of them. It's also typically 10%+1lb. mine was less than £50 because we just sort of lucked out that one was advertised for cheap at the back of a home catalogue. However, if you're going to spend that much money you could get a handmade one, there's a whole lot of autistic adults who make them to your specifications, weight, material, colour. I know a few of them also donate some money to charities per sale. If you're going to make an investment that just personally seems like a better idea to me. I really like this video, I really want one of those flat water bottles now, for the same reason, water bottles are essential for travel but so hard to actually pack!

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