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Welcome back to Three on Thursday, a weekly list of three things I'm loving at the moment that I think you should do, try, or buy.  If you're interested in past weeks and more recommendations, you can find those here.  If you make your own Three on Thursday list, please share it in the comments so I can check it out.


ONE.

Brite Bar None Conditioner Bar.  I really like shampoo bars, and not just for travel.  They're small and easy to store but last such a long time and of course, they don't create waste like traditional shampoos in plastic bottles.  They always end up working well for my hair.  But conditioner is another story.  It seems to be really hard to perfect conditioner bars and I haven't ever found one I really loved until I found this Brite bar.  I love it more than traditional conditioner!  I'm amazed how well it actually works.  Other bars I've tried have left my hair feeling dry or like there's a film on it.  With this one, I've had nothing but soft, smooth hair that's very easy to detangle after I get out of the shower.  It's zero waste, vegan, cruelty free, decent ingredients, and lasts about half a year for me.  Win all around.

TWO.

Celestial Mirrored Picture Frames.  I've had these for years, and I always forget to mention things in this post that I've had since before I started blogging (and certainly before I started Three on Thursday posts.)  But I have two of these and they're just so pretty in our living room, as they have been in every place I've lived.  They match any decor, of course, and have just the right amount of sparkle, especially when the light hits it.  So much more fun that boring black or white plain frames.

THREE.

The Money Program by Tess Wicks.  I've talked about Tess before as a great resource for women wanting to learn more about their finances - she runs a blog, podcast, and courses all about saving and investing money.  It's so important to understand your own finances and choices so you're prepared for retirement and everything else that life throws at you, but it can be pretty overwhelming at first, especially if math and numbers don't come naturally to you (that's me too!)  She has a ton of free information to help you get started but if you want to dive deeper and really make progress, I think the Money Program is your best bet.  It's expensive, but worth it for all of the resources you get, plus she often runs sales and specials, so sign up for her e-mail list if that's something you want to be notified of.


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