I really don't know what I'd do without Amazon. I mean, I'd survive, but acquiring what I want and need in life would certainly be more difficult. Having thousands and thousands of items that could be at your doorstep in a day or two (in many cases) is mindblowing and very overwhelming, especially because much of Amazon's inventory is a bit random. I love a good random Amazon find, but I'm most likely to buy them if I receive a recommendation or it has lots of positive reviews. If you're like me, stay with me here.
I scrolled through my dozens of orders from this past year with the intent of finding the most used. items, some of which I've bought on repeat occasions. Of the items below, some of them are clothing and accessories, some are beauty products, and some are edible. All are great. Keep scrolling to shop the random, useful items I've ordered from Amazon this year.
Hanes Stretch Jersey Bike Shorts ($7)
Some bike shorts are not comfortable. These are.
MatchaBar Ceremonial Grade Matcha Green Tea Powder ($25)
My afternoon matcha lattes are singlehandedly getting me through the afternoons.
Vitruvi Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil ($12)
I use this in my Vitruvi diffuser and I instantly feel like I'm at the spa.
FitFort Resistance Bands ($16)
I'm on a constant mission to get the most out of my at-home workouts. This is my latest investment.
Nike Dry Cushion Crew Training Socks (6 Pairs) ($40)
For obvious reasons.
Ymhpride Claw Clip Set ($15)
I thought my claw-clip days were over, but here we are.
Nestle Nespresso Aeroccino3 Milk Frother ($94)
After buying a couple of cheap frothers that broke, I finally sprung for this one that's sturdy as can be.
Minnetonka Cally Slippers ($40)
Even cozier than they look.
M-61 PowerGlow Peel- 30 Treatments ($66)
The morning after I use this, my skin noticeably glows.
I find these to be the perfect size for a frothy latte.
Champion Reverse Weave Short ($37)
What I'm trading sweatpants for.
Nunaturals Natural Plant Based Sweetener, Sugar-Free ($16)
I use these incredible Stevia syrups to sweeten coffee and matcha (and pancakes).
Bioderma Sensibio H2O Soothing Micellar Cleansing Water, 16.7 Fl Oz ($15)
This is the only makeup remover I use.
Comrad Compression Socks ($29)
These keep my legs from tingling and swelling when I've been sitting for way too many hours.
iCloth Small Screen and Lens Cleaner ($20)
I encourage you to clean your phone.
Simplehuman Slim Sink Caddy, Brushed Stainless Steel ($13)
No more leaving a soggy sponge on the ledge of the sink for me.
O'Keefe's Working Hands Hand Cream ($6)
I tell everyone I know to buy this miracle hand cream.
Alison Roman Dining In ($23)
Alison Roman recipes have been seeing me through this no-dining-out time.
Garden of Life Vitamin Code Raw Zinc ($10)
I'll take all the immunity-boosting I can get these days.
Aveeno Skin Relief Body Wash, Coconut Scented ($7)
This soothing body wash smells like vacation.
Chefmade 9 x13 Cake Pan ($17)
This sturdy, pretty pan has been getting lots of use lately.
Baby Foot Original Exfoliant Foot Peel ($25)
According to Amazon, I've ordered this very satisfying foot treatment four times.
Bio-Oil Skincare Oil ($9)
I rub this skin oil on scars and am always amazed by how non-greasy it is.
Lumify Redness Reliever Eye Drops ($20)
I've yet to encounter whitening eye drops that are more effective than these.
Sally's Organics Empty Amber Glass Spray Bottles with Labels (2 Pack) ($20)
I use these for cleaning supplies, as they're far more aesthetically pleasing.
This post was previously published and has since been updated.
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