Top 10 Coolest S'well Bottles You Need For Your Collection

Top 10 Coolest S'well Bottles You Need For Your Collection

If you don't have one (or two), you should.

I remember first starting to notice the influx of S'well Bottles at school. I wondered, what was so fascinating about these water bottles? Here's what: It's a bottle that keeps drinks cold for 24 hours and hot for 12. S'well also pairs with different charity organizations and aims to diminish the estimated 50 billion plastic bottles that are dumped in landfill sites each year. I knew I had to find myself a S'well right away. So, I purchased a 17oz Teakwood bottle from the wood collection.

While shopping with my sister one day, I saw a knock-off S'well in pink with gold foil writing that read, "Southern and Sassy." My sister and I exchanged glances, smiled, and knew that this water bottle was made for me. So, I bought it.

Since the shopping spree, I have been wondering what other S'well Bottles are out there (knock-off or real). After doing some research and many other shopping sprees later, here is what I have found to be the top 10 coolest S'well Bottles ever created:

1. Teakwood

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2. Southern and Sassy

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3. White Marble

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4. Colorful Zentangle

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5. Crochet Covered

Warm up your water bottles here:

6. Personalized

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7. In the Stars

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8. Monogrammed

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9. Chance This is Wine

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10. Initialed

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20 Items Every College Girl Goes To Target For At Some Point In Every Semester

Target is a gift from God.

Target is literally a gift from the gods.

If you beg to differ, please stop reading, I will not hear anything bad about it. I mean, who could hate it, most of them have a Starbucks in them and they now have the fancy cup holders that you can attach to your cart!! I can go to Target just to walk around, spend three hours doing so and walk out with a pack of gum. I think that it should literally be considered one of the Wonders of the World it is that amazing.

That being said, Target plays to the college-age demographic HEAVILY! They have good prices, wonderful customer service, AMAZING hours of operation- literally, the Target in Kennesaw is open until midnight on Saturdays- and they offer everything a girl could need. Here a just a few of them:

1. Calendars

Large planners, regular sized planners, pocket planners, wall calendars, dry erase calendars, they make them all just for you! AND they have them for all price ranges, you can get a wall calendar for $3 or one for $20, the choice is yours. But these are so amazing because what girl doesn't want to pretend to have her life together?

2. Pens/Pencils

With every color imaginable offered, whether it is in store or online, this will make taking notes, or writing in your planner that much more enjoyable.

3. Leggings

What girl doesn't love stretchy pants that you can wear with an oversized t-shirt to class and then a cute sweater to dinner with the girls? I'll wait.

4. Workout Clothes

Again, pretending to have your life together involves pretending you workout every day.

5. Candles

So. Many. To. Choose. From. Whatever scent you like, you can find in the majestic aisle of candles, but be warned you will want more than one.

6. Blankets

I think they literally use clouds to make them they are so soft.

7. Pillows

Decorative or just ones for your bed, they make them all for such a wonderful price.

8. Anything from the home goods section actually

Especially with Chip and Joanna's new line.

9. Or anything from the dollar spot

Cute string lights, fuzzy socks, holiday decorations, this section is literally meant to decorate your dorm room on a budget.

10. Snacks

They literally make the best pickles in a pouch, believe me or don't believe me- please don't believe me so I can keep them all to myself.

11. New books

Between offering all of the hottest celeb books to self-help/motivation, they have anything you could ever want to read.

12. Bathing Suits

I don't know about all Targets but, all of the ones I go to have some year-round so you never have to go on that winter cruise without a new bikini.

13. MUGS

Because what college girl isn't obsessed with drinking coffee or tea?

14. E.L.F.

Eyes. Lips. Face. They offer everything you could want for a FANTASTIC price AND they DON'T test on animals AND are a CRUELTY-FREE brand.

15. And all of the other makeup they have to offer

Want the new NYX color, they have it. Want the newest face masks, they have it.

16. Vitamins

Again, what would a grown adult do without their vitamins? It just makes you feel extra that you got them at Target.

17. Plants

From the dollar spot or not, you feel like you have a real green thumb when you look around and see all of the greenery in your dorm (even though half of them are probably fake).

18. Organizational Shit

From sticky notes, to file folders, to filing cabinets, they have you covered from your first step to your last.

19. Anything with an inspirational quote on it

Because starting your morning with something that will make you smile is worth spending your money.


Honestly, anything that you find at Target is probably worth your money, and if it isn't I'll still buy it anyway because it came from Target.

Cover Image Credit: Shelby Church//YouTube

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7 Ways To Avoid Buying Everything You See On Amazon

Shopping can be a source of instant gratification for many people, but it also puts a dent in your wallet if you aren't thoughtful with your purchases.


Though I don't do a ton of online shopping, when I do I find it very easy to get sucked into a vortex of "stumbling upon items I never knew I needed." This can include everything from clothes, to gifts, to books, to basically whatever else shows up in my "recommended purchases" column. Shopping can be a source of instant gratification for many people, but it also puts a dent in your wallet if you aren't thoughtful with your purchases. With that in mind, here are some ways to avoid making spontaneous, probably unnecessary purchases on Amazon when you're browsing at 2 am right before going to bed.

1. If you really love an item, put it in your cart and come back to it a day later

This is a classic "Mom" tidbit of advice: "Honey, why don't you sleep on it and tell me if you still want that toy car tomorrow, and I'll look into it." Seriously though, I've managed to talk myself out of a few almost-purchases just by not buying the item in the heat of desperately wanting it. In the light of day, suddenly those adorable ballet flats don't seem as crucial to your future happiness.

2. Resolve to only pay for things with Amazon gift card money

This is a principle I generally try to stick to, though of course I don't have such a generous influx of Amazon gift cards that this is really possible. However, paying for things only with gift card money is a good way to motivate yourself to look for the best deals on whatever item you're looking at. It's also a good way to streamline your purchases and make the most of those $25 birthday gift cards that seemed boring when you were younger, but now fill you with excitement about future purchases.

3. Resist the urge to go on Amazon when you're feeling the itch to shop

It may sound simple, but one of the best ways to temper your online shopping is to just not go on Amazon as much. That way, you won't stumble across as many "can't-miss deals" and won't feel a sudden urge to empty your wallet just to add yet another pair of cute leggings to your closet. For those die-hard online shoppers, this advice might seem like quitting shopping cold turkey, but consciously avoiding the website that sucks away your money might be the easiest way to spend less money on Amazon.

4. If you're looking at clothes, see if the item you're looking at fills an actual need in your wardrobe

When I browse online for clothes, I try to make sure that I'm only actively looking at items that I really need. For example, if I'm looking to replace my beat-up ankle boots with a new pair, I'll do my best to only browse the shoe section. It can be tempting, especially on websites other than Amazon, to casually migrate into the "tops/blouses" section and stray away from your original shopping intention. Sticking to your guns about what you're actually looking for could help remove that temptation to buy another cute top "just because."

5. Make sure you don't already own a similar version of whatever item you have in your cart

This more happens when I shop in person than online, but it's important to recognize that a big reason why you may be attracted to a specific item online might be because you already own something just like it. Then, suddenly you end up with two coral-colored short-sleeved shirts, which could have been avoided if you had just done a quick sweep of your closet before clicking the "complete purchase" button.

6. Ask yourself if this item will still be popular or in-stock in three months

Of course, it's impossible to predict the exact online lifetime of anything, especially an article of clothing. However, stopping to ask yourself this question could help prevent you from buying stuff that's all the rage "right now," but probably won't be popular in a month. There's nothing wrong with buying something that isn't that popular with other people, but if you're looking into a particular style of jeans that you see all around you right now, chances are high that you're just buying them at least partly because you keep seeing them everywhere.

7. Unsubscribe from as many store emails as you can

This can apply to Amazon purchases as well as purchases from other retailers, but those darn store email chains that give you 10% off your purchase just for signing up can really zap you of your time later on. Even if I love a certain store, I generally shop infrequently enough that my shopping schedule won't be dictated by the emails they send me. Still, getting off of those promotional email chains could have the exact "out of sight, out of mind" effect that you need to curtail your online shopping habit.

Shopping can be a fun activity, but it can also be a useful exercise in mental restraint. Of course, everyone can fall prey to that "have to have it" purchase at any time. But if you are a little more strategic with when and how you shop on Amazon, you're a lot less likely to groan when you check your next credit card statement.

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