12.03.2012

On My Wishlist...

So, can a girl who has drastically changed her view on stuff and become decidedly cheap frugal, still come up with a Christmas wish list? Yes indeed! While my views on materialism and unwanted excess have changed quite a bit, I'm still human, and I still see things that I would like to have (just look at my lists from 2010 and 2011!), I just don't feel as compelled to buy them. However..."Santa" might feel differently, which is why I still make full use of the universal Amazon wishlist button. {ahem}


{2}
Eye-Vac EVPRO Professional Touchless Stationary Vacuum 


{4}
NeatDesk Desktop Scanner and Digital Filing System


{5}
The Rifle Paper Company 2013 Cities Calendar


{6}


{7}
"Mind the Gap" Doormat

{8}
Any pair of pajama bottoms from Punjammies 
(love the cause)

{9}
Java Coffee Beans from Avodah Coffee 
(again, love what they support)

{10}
Let's end on a bang, eh? This leather suitcase from Saddleback Leather. Pricey? Oh yeah.

What would make YOUR Christmas wish list?

6 comments:

  1. Looks like a good list to me, chickie! I have a bracelet from a local artist with that quote "All who wander are not lost". Love it.

    Hugs and happy Monday! :)

    christina harrison :)

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  2. Personally loving #2, #4, #6, and #10. Those would definitely make my list. Also, gift cards to any bookstore to feed my habit of collecting books. Ooooh, and maybe the complete set of Foyle's War. One of my favorite series that aired on PBS. :-)

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    1. Gift cards to a bookstore are always a wonderful, hit-it-out-of-the-park gift with me as well. Also, I've been watching Foyle's War on YouTube, and yes, I also enjoy that show! Thanks for stopping to say hello!

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  3. Great choices! I've been eying a digital scanner as well but I've never been crazy about the prices. :)

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    1. We'll see about the digital scanner...the problem is that I would still have to use it, and I'm guessing my piles would remain where they are. :(

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