My Wins of the Week are pretty random.
Also, David is going to KILL me. 🙂
That was the first time he had ever been in a Hobby Lobby.
Anyhooooooo……. Two of my wins make excellent stocking stuffers.
Two make excellent gifts under the tree.
All four are reasonably priced.
Random Win #1
With the holiday season about to hit us square in the face, everybody needs batteries.
Everybody is also trying to figure out if the ones rolling around in the junk drawer still work.
Well, no need to wonder anymore.
That’s where this handy tool comes into play.
David swears by this gadget.
This gadget is aweome because it tests all types of batteries – including A, AA, AAA, C, D, 1.5V,9V and 1.5V button batteries.
Random Win of the Week #2
I like to watch Instagram stories and You Tube videos while I am cooking dinner or doing a DIY.
It’s hard to watch when my phone is laying flat on the counter. So, that’s where these handy dandy foldable cell phone holders come in so handily.
You get every single color under the sun for $8.99.
Random Win #3
My middle son, Price, is quite the foodie.
He loves to cook in his apartment.
He also loves quick and easy.
This gadget is on his Christmas list.
I already ordered it, and he’s probably reading this.
Random Win of the Week #4
Over on Instagram, I am always showing my latest DIY’s and recipes on my stories…..except when I am watching other people’s stories and videos.
Sometimes, when I demonstrate a DIY in my kitchen, my followers comment that they think I am in a church because of the sound going off randomly in the background.
This chime is what they are hearing. It is so relaxing and sweet. I have mine tucked into a plant cart with my orchids and kokedama plants.
When the sun heats up the window where the plant cart sits, the chime goes off.
I like to give these little indoor chimes as house warming presents and wedding presents. I’ve even given them as a birthday present to my gardening friends.
Did you miss some of my previous Wins of the Week?
Also, don’t forget to check out what you can do in your zone 8 gardens in October.
Finally, if you are looking for something new to try for dinner, this is my most searched dinner recipe on the blog.