November Favorites

Well, November has flown by which means it's almost the end of the year.  Unbelievable!  I'm here to share some of my favorites from the month of November.  Here's what I've been loving this month.
A time saving new flat iron, a new winter soup favorite, and more favorites from November.
This post contains affiliate links which means Amazon tosses me some change whenever someone makes a purchase through one of these links.  Please know I only share items that I use and love.  I hope you'll find a new favorite this month! 

This flat iron brush is NO JOKE.  I saw an advertisement for it on Facebook and thought maybe it was too good to be true.  I watched a couple of videos (God bless YouTube), and it seemed pretty legit.

And it is.
I mainly use a big barrel curling iron, but there are times you just want a flat iron.  Plus, we have flat iron trauma in our house.  Earlier this year, my younger daughter asked me to flat iron her hair for picture day.  Mid flat iron, she locked her knees for a little too long and went down like a stone.  Passed out cold and scared me to death.

This flat iron is way faster and does an awesome job.  And has been trauma free so far.  Like all good things, it's available on Amazon Prime.  Here's one of the videos I watched if you want to learn more:

This is my new favorite soup! It's delicious and is healthy AND easy to make.  This one is definitely staying in the winter rotation.

These YA books were recommended to me by a parent.  I read them over the Thanksgiving break, and loved both A Night Divided and The War That Saved My Life.

TSA Precheck is my new favorite travel accessory.  I think I love it even more than my enormous purse that basically doubles as a second carryon suitcase.  Faster line and less hassle? Heck yes.
Not funny at the time story-I didn't have the correct documentation for our marriage certificate which led to us thinking for about an hour that we had never legally validated our seventeen year marriage.  Turns out we're good.

I was very surprised how quickly we were able to get an appointment.  I had visions of waiting for months, but we got an appointment in just a few days.  Totally worth the $85 to breeze through security for the next five years.

Not a new movie, but we finally got around to watching The Heat this month.  If you're a Jenny McCarthy fan, you'll love it.  She's hilarious as always in this one!  {If language makes you clutch your pearls, you may want to skip this one.

Hope you had a great November!