Nails are not something I spend a lot of time on and typically if I want them done I go to the salon, but it always helps to have a nail file on hand. Got this at the drugstore and it works really well. Some nail files are too flimsy and take a lot of effort to file the nail, but this one works great and helps keep my nails looking good!
I'm honestly not that picky when it comes to a nail clipper and I kind of just picked this off the self at my local CVS, but it definitely does what I need it to do. It's easy to use and I typically carry it with me when I travel because you never know when your nail will break or need a clipping!
This shampoo, first off, smells amazing! I have no idea how to describe the scent other than awesome. This shampoo makes my hair feel soft and clean without feeling heavy or weighed down. I keep the large size in my shower and use the travel size in my gym bag. It's a bit pricy but totally worth it!
My absolutely favorite flat iron that I've used so far. I've tried quite a few hair straighteners from drugstore to CHI and the list goes on. This one is great for not only leaving my hair straight and smooth but also doing it rather quickly. Definitely a top pick for me!
I'm a big fan of this hair dryer - it's the one I currently own and use all the time. I try not to blow dry my hair everyday just to avoid adding extra damage but when I need to, this one does the job! I never feel like it leaves my hair frizzy or fried and it dries my long hair pretty quickly which is great.
I've only purchased this once and I think it does what it says. It's a light mist and doesn't make your hair crunchy, but it is a tad on the expensive side. I do like to use it when I'm doing wavy or curly hairstyles because it helps the curls hold but allows for natural movement.
TurboTax is what I use every year for my taxes (although I'm considering getting a tax person to do it for me instead). I find it to be very easy to use and it helps that it can carry your taxes from the previous year and keep track of everything. My only complaint is that it used to be completely free and now it isn't. And in order to have your taxes directly deposited, you have to pay a little more.
Paypal is great - I use it a lot for online purchases. It's great that you can connect your debit card, visa card or bank account for payments. Also they have a great protection policy and I've definitely had to file a claim before and paypal was on top of it. I've never had an issue with not getting a refund or having payments not go through.
Venmo is very convenient for work related events because my coworkers and I often go out to lunches or dinners and when it comes time to split the bill, there is usually too many of us to split individually. Venmo makes it easy to pay each other and not worry about trying to explain to the waiter which card goes to which meal.