Is it just me, or does shopping on Amazon sometimes feel like you’re spending Monopoly money? Something about the ease of one-click ordering and having it arrive at your doorstep one to two days later without having to re-enter any details makes it, at times, almost too easy to shop. Admittedly, I’ve taken this too far in the past, ending up with a handful of miscellaneous items that my husband now makes fun of me for buying. That posture corrector I ordered on a whim? Can’t even tell you if it worked because I have yet to open it. Stay tuned on that one though…
However, outweighing the regrets (thankfully) are more than a handful of game-changing albeit random buys. From the $12 solution to protecting all my fancy shoes to the $8 jewelry cleaner that makes my engagement ring look like it was given to me yesterday, I’ve made some seriously good purchases. Curious what else features in my recent Amazon order history? While I’ll never show all my cards, below you’ll find 19 of my best buys yet.
I used $20 or $30 to get rubber soles put on all my nice shoes before wearing them, but now I use these for a fraction of the price. They keep thin soles from wearing down and ruining the rest of your shoes.
I love this eye-makeup remover because it is the perfect balance between not being too drying and not too oily. I buy it in these small bottles because they take forever to finish anyway, and it's the perfect size for keeping one in my toiletry bag at all times.
I initially bought these so that I could make my own juices at home and save money, but of course that plan fell through. However, I still use the bottles on the regular. I either fill them up with filtered water as a plastic alternative or use them to cool and store iced coffee.