Country music. My roommate got me hooked on a couple radio stations. I am really a city girl at heart and have zero emotional connection to, like, farms and cows and stuff, but I do enjoy a fun feel-good country song now and then. But I have some conditions: 1) Must be upbeat and have a sense of humor, nothing slow or depressing. 2) Not too twangy. Banjos only acceptable on limited occasions. 3) Quit talking about your damn TRUCK. I don't CARE.
Eucerin moisturizing cream. This stuff is a godsend in the winter (or anytime, really, since my hands seem to repel moisture). It's super thick and makes your hands a little slippery for a few minutes, but then your skin will be soft and lovely.
Sensodyne toothpaste. Over the past couple years, I started noticing that my teeth were super sensitive to temperature and they hurt when I bit into something crunchy. My dentist suggested I switch from regular old Crest toothpaste to Sensodyne, and I've noticed a HUGE difference.
Peanut butter. This needs no elaboration. My uncle is deathly allergic and I cry for him, on occasion.
And, in a related vein, Things I Am Eating:
Cake. Well, I had one piece at my friend's apartment one night last week, but it was totally unplanned and calories totally unknown.
Real bread. Like, the thick hearty kind with grains and seeds and stuff. None of the low-cal fat-free cardboard crap that disintegrates in the toaster. Been there, done that. Yuck.
Muffins. Again, it was just one muffin, but still a big deal for me. I was in a coffeeshop and was running a little low on calories for the day, so I just decided, why not? It replaced my regular boring snack, so a big change in routine as well. fatsaregoodfatsaregoodfatsaregood
Peanut butter. I know I already said this. Shut up. Your argument is invalid.