Emilee Speaks: hello kitty planner haul

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

hello kitty planner haul

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Can I just say how much I LOVE the Target Dollar Spot?!  I swear there is no where else you can get DIRT CHEAP Hello Kitty stuff [...and Hello Kitty stuff is important to own, aha].  Yes, I'm 31 years old.  Yes, I'm turning 32 in November.  No, I don't care.  I love Hello Kitty.  I love ALL Kawaii things, especially Rilakkuma.  Hello Kitty is just more available in my little small town America.

Needless to say, whenever I see kawaii stuff, if I can find a purpose for it I buy it.  I tryyy really hard to not buy things "unnecessarily".  I don't need to be a hoarder!

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The first thing I grabbed were these notepads.  They are magnetized on the back so you can put them on your fridge!  I'll probably put one on the fridge, && keep the other for lists to add to my planner.  P.S. How adorb is that damn bow?

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Okay... THIS might fall under the unnecessary category I was JUST talking about... But come on.  It's too cute.  I LOVED these pencils when I was a kid.  You know, the push pencils that you take out the used up lead and shove it in the bottom?  They're cheap && pretty useless.  But I love them, so I purchased them.  It was only a dollar....

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I loved these stickers!  They're scented!  I had Jess && Christian smell them.  They were both unimpressed, said it smelled like paper.  Lame.  I think they smell like Cherry... as much as stickers could smell like Cherry.  24 HK scented stickers? YES.

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If I had to pick {1} office supply as my favorite, it'd be sticky notes... Obsessed.  Hello Kitty sticky notes, perfection.  By now if you've been reading my blog for awhile, you have realized I have an office supply addiction.  Jess will NOT go into any office supply store with me.  And if she sees me wandering towards the office supply part of a store, she veers off another direction. Or follows telling me "you don't need that..." Ew.

Funny story about this Target trip:  Jess isn't exactly a girly~girl type.  She doesn't understand my obsession with Kawaii, and often calls me a 12yo girl.  Ew.  Well this specific trip to Target, I came SPECIFICALLY to peruse the Dollar Spot section for planner stuff.  So literally the only thing we had in our cart was the stuff you see in this post [and Halloween planner stuff for another post later].  We get in line && I had to pee.  Like right then.  SO I'm like, "...uh you go ahead and do this, I'm going the bathroom".  She was not amused.  Ahah!  That's what she gets for teasing me... She has to purchase HK office supplies by HERSELF! HA! <333


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10 comments:

  1. These are adorable. You should see my house I have so many Hello Kitty purses / shirts / stuffed animals around lol. :3

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    1. I try to keep it out of the living room. My bedroom is like that. It's like HK threw up in there. I love it!

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  2. You are making it so dangerous for me to head to Target this week... I swear I need saline solution for my contacts and that's why I'm really going! But yes the Dollar Spot is where my son's gotten his Hello Kitty sock fix before, and I am too aware that more Hello Kitty goodness lurks within.

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    1. Lol! Go for it! It's only a $1... I mean really... ;)

      Your son loves Hello Kitty? That might be the cutest thing I've ever heard! <333

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  3. I don't think I'll ever outgrow HK! I have about 5 packs of sticky notes I have yet to use, and you can see all the stuff around my room is mostly HK. So you are not alone! lol. You had a great haul too!

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    1. I don't think we have to ever outgrow HK [at least that's what I tell myself, ahah].

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  4. I adore Hello Kitty too. I tried to de-Hello Kitty my apartment when I turned 25, but that never worked out because my family/friends enable me with HK gifts! :) Yea...I'll use that excuse! ;)

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    1. Yup. I've tried too. Put it all in a crate in my closet "out of the way", then someone would give me HK or I'd see something I HAD to have. I'm over thinking I have to grow out of it though. There's NOTHING wrong with being an adult && loving HK.

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  5. As a kid I was crazy about scented stickers! So funny they thought it smelled like paper.

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    1. Ahah yeah... I think they smell lovely! <333

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