I love to share my favorite finds for saving money and time. Here you’ll find all my favorites in one place.  Some of these links are affiliate links and will be marked accordingly.


The Anna Edit  •  Fleur De Force  •  Nutrition Stripped  •  Oh She Glows  •  Minimalist Baker  •  Blissful Basil  •  Inspiralized  •  Deliciously Ella


Body Love by Kelly Leveque*  •  The Plant Paradox*


Vitamins*  •  Protein Powder*


The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Over 100 Vegan Recipes to Glow from the Inside Out*

Oh She Glows Everyday: Quick and Simple Satisfying Plant-Based Recipes*

Raw. Vegan. Not. Gross.*

Deliciously Ella Every Day*

It’s All Good*


Deliciously Ella*  •  Oh She Glows*  •  Sweat with Kayla*  •  Breethe*  •  Airbnb*


HiLine Coffee– I did a full review. You can find it here. Great customer service and prices!

Ebates – I love to online shop especially when I can save money. Ebates is one of my favorites ways to get cash back for free on things I’m already going to buy.

Thrive Market* – I’m always discovering new foods and discounts with Thrive. If you’re looking to find more options for your limited diet, I’d highly recommend checking them out. They offer whole foods quality at trader joe’s prices. It’s great!

Tropeaka – I discovered Tropeaka in the last year and I’m a massive fan. If you’re looking for cleaner protein powders and other superfoods, they are amazing. You can read my full view here.

Kitchen Essentials

I love to share my tips for being versatile in the kitchen but there are a few gadgets I just can’t live without. These are a few:

Blender – I’d be lost without it. I use it daily for soups, smoothies, sauces and more.

Spatula – This seems silly but I don’t know how people function without them. I use it for everything.

Mandoline – A newer obsession but I love using it to make salads more fun or homemade veggie chips!

Food Processor – From homemade nut butters to pesto, it’s a life essential. I don’t know how I lived without it before.

Blogging Resources

Food Photography School – I’ve been a fan of Dana’s food blog Minimalist Baker for several years. When I first started blogging, I knew nothing about photography and found her course. It’s a wonderful resource that I still use. I highly recommend it to everyone looking to up their blogging game.