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28 Cheap Things To Treat Yourself To Right Now

A random assortment of things that say, "hellooo, buy me!"

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1. Coffee art stencils so you can pursue your abandoned career of becoming a world-renowned Instagram latte artist/barista/wizard.

For example, this dude.

Get a set of 16 from Amazon for $4.89.

2. A classic black bodysuit with flared sleeves for days and a daring low-cut back that — best of all — WON'T make you ~strapped~ for funds.

Promising review: "I OWN THIS AND IT'S MY FIRST BODYSUIT AND I LOVE IT SO MUCH. Retucking and readjusting tops into my skirt is a constant problem/annoyance in my life, so this takes care of that. And the material is so friggin' soft. And I could talk about the party in the back for days — like, I'm basically a fashion influencer now." —Sarah Han

Get it from American Eagle for $11.98 (originally $29.95). Available in sizes XXS–XXL and two colors.

3. See-through socks to make you feel as though you've dipped your feet into endless pools of glitter.

Get a pair from Amazon for $4.99 (one size fits most).

4. Teensy tiny succulent planters almost too cute to buy — but that won't stop you! Consider your shopping cart FILLED.

Get them from Amazon for $8.99+ each (available in 43 styles).

5. A vibrating forklike massager with rounded tentacles that make the tension melt straight of your system (and more specifically, areas like your forehead, scalp, neck, and even lower regions like your hips or thighs!).

Up to 8,500 micro vibrations per minute? Sign. Me. Up.

Promising review: "I've spent a fortune on head massagers over the years, trying to find something that will ease my tight scalp and help relieve the tension in my neck. This actually works and has stopped tension headaches in their tracks. Forget the spindly wire massagers!" —Queenie

Get it from Amazon for $13.99.

6. A mini frying pan for cooking the perfect fried egg, mini pancake, hash brown, and all your other miniature food dreams.

Get it from the Tasty collection at Walmart for $7.48.

7. A springy makeup sponge holder to prevent your beauty poofs from picking up ALL the germs, and in a pinch, it doubles as a handy stress reliever.

Promising review: "Easy addition to my life. Prior to this, I was keeping my beauty blender in a candle holder (which also wasn't a terrible solution), but this is better because it allows the sponge more 'air.' Those sponges are bacteria breeding grounds. Well, not in my house! Love this simple and smart solution." —KCM

Get it from Amazon for $5.99.

8. A chic crossover v-neck top with dainty embroidery that singlehandedly gives your wardrobe a major boost.

Promising review: "Super soft fabric! The embroidery doesn't dig into your skin (like some embroidery does). I love the daintiness of this shirt. You can dress it up or down!" —Kiersten

Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in sizes XS–XL and 12 colors/styles).

9. A size-adjustable heartbeat ring to remind you that you're doing quite alright, even on the days you feel like you won't make it to the end.

Get it from Amazon for $12.94 (available in one adjustable size).

10. Soothing collagen-packed eye patches that'll hit the reset button on your tired and puffy AF eyes after staring into the gloomy glare of a laptop screen for 12 straight hours.

Promising review: "I use them for my puffy morning eyes after cleansing and toning, and they work. I leave them on for about 15 minutes until they are almost dry. Once I peel these off, my puffiness is gone! I then place them back into the plastic package and clamshell and use them again the next morning. I know these are technically one-time use, but there is plenty of solution left to resoak and reuse, so I get 20 applications out of them." —Shoozy

Get a 10-pack from Amazon for $10.79.

11. A bottle (or multiple bottles) of rosé cider to ~hit the spot~ after a long-ass day — because nothing else would make your bougie heart happier!

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Get them delivered to your doorstep (or pick them up from a nearby store) from Drizly: Crispin for $5.99+ or Angry Orchard for $1.90+, or shop them at your local Walmart.

12. Black satin bow slides that'll prep you for the onslaught of amazing poolside and beachside days ahead!!!

It's never too early to start building up your warm weather wardrobe. NEVER.

Get them from American Eagle for $19.95 (available in sizes 5–11 and in pink) or a similar pair from Walmart for $16 (available in three colors and sizes 6–11).

13. A billowy floral cardigan to make all of your worries fade away in the breeze (byeeee, work deadlines!).,

Promising review: "Not only did this cardigan arrive ahead of schedule, but it also fit really well. It is sometimes hit-and-miss with loose-fitting items, but this one really is snug enough to stay on my narrow shoulders while maintaining its flowy look. It's been washed and dried once and it held up really well. No loose threads and the fabric did not wrinkle. I'm considering buying another in a different pattern." —Yvonne Catherine Bussell

Get it from Amazon for $2.76+ (available in sizes XS–L and 35 colors/styles).

14. A barkin' adorable mat that'll be just as excited to greet you as a real pupper.

Promising review: "Looks just like our furbaby! The rug is not heavy duty, but I didn't want a heavy, thick rug that you might put in front of your door — just something for coming out of the shower or in front of the kitchen sink. I would buy another and recommend it." —WNCHeidi

Get it from Amazon for $8.46+ (available in two sizes and 16 styles).

15. Dual-ended markers to add a lil' flourish to the simplest of doodles, birthday cards, and everything in between.

Promising review: "Fabulous for what they are: long, elegant brush tips. I use a waterbrush or a paintbrush dipped in water to distribute the pigment. I've had my black Tombow for 13 months now and it still has rich ink and no sign of drying up. These are not lightfast nor permanent. For permanent, lightfast color, check out Faber-Castell Pitt pens which are loaded with India ink but are not water soluble." —G'ma

Get a 10-pack from Amazon for $14.47.

16. A set of colorful dinosaur-themed balloons so your kiddos can pretend to be Steven Spielberg directing Jurassic Park.

Promising review: "The dinosaur print on these balloons showed up beautifully. We received many positive comments from guests at our son's 4th birthday party and he absolutely loved them. They lasted at least 12 hours before starting to 'sink' a little." —Mama of Three

Get a set of 10 from Amazon for $6.49.

17. A nifty and compact massage roller ball to encourage you to plan little pockets of relaxation time throughout the day.

Promising review: "It feels so good and it saves your hands and arms when you’re giving a massage. I can give a way longer and better massage. My hubby also used this to rub my back, hips, and shoulders during labor and it helped a ton! I am a believer." —Malea P.

Get it from Amazon for $7.99 (available in three colors)27">$9.98.

18. A three-piece baking sheet set complete with four emoji cookie cutters, because if you're NOT baking poop-shaped desserts, what ARE you doing with your life?

Get it from the Tasty collection at Walmart for $9.97.

19. A simple cap to take your passive-aggressiveness to new levels when you just. Need. Your. Space.

Promising review: "Great fit. Durable material but still comfortable. Wear it all day and it doesn't cause any discomfort or those weird red lines like other hats. It has the clamp-style fastener in the back instead of the button, which I think is more comfortable and holds the size better. All around great product. I wear mine every day." —T.M. Johnson

Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

20. Hydrocolloid acne patches. These are all the rage right now, and for good reason, because they magically absorb excess oil without overdrying your skin and basically making blemishes that have come to a head disappear overnight or after a few hours.


Get a set of 36 patches from Amazon or Anthropologie for $13.

21. A washable organic cotton lunch tote that'll encourage you to pack your lunch and subtly scream, "I'm fiscally responsible!"

Promising review: "I've received many compliments on it at work. It fits my breakfast and lunch, which consists of a square or circular glass Tupperware, a 10 oz mason jar, and a bottle of water. The inside has a liner in case of spillage. It's is super sturdy and machine-washable. All in all, a great bag." —Rguz2146

Get it from Amazon for $24.50.

22. A sparkly-as-hell mermaid brush you should buy just because it's so freaking pretty — ok, but also because it's really soft but still able to pick up and apply products super nicely and smoothly.

Promising review: "Cheap, but cute. The bristles aren't OVERLY soft, but they're not too stiff, either. It's a pretty dense brush. But It's also pretty see-through, and mine is more of a pink color with pink and aqua/green glitter. It took about two weeks to get here. I can't think of any other useful information. But I like it." —Lacy

Get it from Amazon for $4.29.

23. A makeup organizer with drawers, slots, and holders galore — so your amazing beauty finds actually have a plan to live instead of being strewn all over.

Get it from Amazon for $18.99 (available in three colors).

24. A rainbow whisk that'll guarantee every batch will come out unburned and textured juuust right.

Get it from Get it from the Tasty collection at Walmart for $4.44.

25. A lovely mesh pearl tee to catapult you to fashion stardom — add in a leather jacket or a cute skirt and bam, you're in.

Promising review: "I've worn it out a few times and have always gotten compliments. The pearls are sturdy, which is reassuring. I don't think they'll be falling off ever." —Megan B.

Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in sizes XS–L).

26. A huggable AF avocado pillow you can heat up ~or~ freeze depending on your avo-cuddling and relaxation needs.

It understands that life sometimes really just is the PITS.

Get it from Urban Outfitters for $25.

27. Adorable little egg poachers to help you master the art of at-home brunching.

Promising review: "These little egg poachers work great. The thin, flexible silicone keeps the egg from sticking, though I recommend coating them in a little oil for better results. A nearly perfect poached egg every time! No mess." —OstkUser26860613

Get a six-pack from Overstock for $13.59.

28. And last but not least, a pillowcase with metallic gold framing to remind yourself of the #1 priority in life.

Get it from Cat Coquillette on Society6 for $23.99+ (available in two styles and four sizes).

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Check out the entire collection of Tasty kitchenware at Walmart here!


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The reviews used in this post have been edited for length and clarity.