Every year it gets more and more difficult to create Christmas wishlists. Values change, and achievements become more important than all things stored in wardrobes or on shelves. I can't actually wait to see all my family and share cozy holiday moments with them much more than unpack nicely wrapped boxes with some cute/useful/weird stuff inside. I really don't believe in the idea of people spending lots of money on Christmas just to please everyone. And even though I learnt to have just enough, I tried to find some stuff to put under 'Christmas wishes' label after all. Coz you know, I'm a lil Santa's helper :)
People who know me well enough know, that I like shoes. I may not have lots of them (lies) and I may not purchase lots of them (kinda lies again), but shoes is what I check out first when life feels dull and boring. I was checking very similar shoes in H&M in September, but after investing in freshers helper survival kit had to stay out of shops for a while. These boots, not surprisingly, are from H&M as well. I also noticed that wearing my watch every day it became so scratchy, I kinda need new one. Olivia Burton watches are adorable, not most affordable ones, though.
And since I had my little books obsession going on lately I though it's seems very right to include some books into the list. Genuinely, if I could have a chance to be Santa, Christmas would be about books and chocolate only. I spotted this book a few days ago when I was trying to find secret Santa gift for one person. I don't know why, but all books about Paris or France are really interesting and well-written. I am not even some Paris/France freak, really! Also, this cute flask seems like such a student saver. Lots of coffee without spending lots of moneyz.
Finally, some wintery treats here. I packed my incredibly amazing hair care stuff in my suitcase, but when I unpacked all my belongings in Glasgow, it wasn't there. No signs of it in my old room or flat as well. And being all that picky/scared of experiments I end up not treating my hair at all :(. However, I did my research and read million beauty reviews. Seems like John Frieda Oil Elixir is the one! And if Santa can't get me any of these treats, can I have just that one Rudolph Onesie, so I can save on heating bills and get all that stuff myself?