November Favorite Things

Happy Sunday everyone!

I feel on track now as I am not waiting until the middle of the month to do my  November Favorite Things!  We are getting into the colder months so you are going to find some super comfy  things as well as must-haves for Thanksgiving.  This one may be a little long so lets jump right in!

Amazing Mugs.  For those of you that know me, I am addicted to mugs.  They make me happy.  I even have mugs for every season and holiday and emotion that you can feel.  It’s a sickness.

Something amazing to put in that mug. This is one of my favorite cold weather teas.  White chocolate, cocoa, red rooibos and cool peppermint mixed together is the most amazing combination.  And it’s made with all-natural ingredients.


A warm robe. I think robes are understated.  I love nothing more than throwing a robe on when I wake up in the morning.  It’s like an extention of your bed that you can wear around the house.  This one in particular has my name written all over it.  The fact that it’s fleece-lined may have me wearing it as a jacket. Socks that is. These are absolutely amazing.  They come in all heights and even different types of socks.  Love them!

Breville Smart Oven Air. This is the Cadillac of counter-top ovens.  This is a favorite for anytime of the year.  In the summer months it doesn’t heat up the kitchen like a regular oven and in the winter it’s an extention of your oven giving you more cooking, baking or warming space.  The 13 preprogrammed settings include: Toast, bagel, broil, bake, roast, warm, pizza, proof, air-fry, reheat, cookies, slow cook and dehydrate. The Super Convection setting reduces cooking time by 30%!

A great roasting pan.  We’ve had this roasting pan for years and love it because you can fit anything into it.  We’ve used it for roasts, hams and 26 lb. turkeys!


A classic Pie Plate.  It doesn’t have to be anything fancy, it’s what’s in it that counts, right?

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