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50 Weird Things That Make All Women Happy

50 Weird Things That Make All Women Happy

Many moments in life are great—like finding out you got a hefty pay raise or embarking on your much-anticipated summer vacation. But have you ever bought a dress and discovered it has pockets? Hardly anything else compares to that kind of joy!

Many of our writers chimed in on a few of their favorite weird things that make them happy, so we thought we’d compile them and share the fun with you. Here are 50 simple things that are totally worth celebrating and never fail to put a smile on our faces:

1. Pockets…pockets, pockets everywhere
2. When someone else changes the toilet paper roll
3. The freedom of bra removal at the end of the day
4. Solo time in the car jamming to your favorite music believing you’re “cool” again

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5. Finding money in the laundry—“finders keepers”
6. Discovering a much-loved lipstick in the bottom of an old purse
7. The perfect pair of jeans that make your butt look amazing, so you buy them in bulk
8. Three life-altering words: takeout for dinner
9. When last-minute plans are canceled so you get a free night
10. A fully checked to-do list
11. An empty email inbox
12. Carrying all of the groceries in one trip without cutting off the blood supply
13. A matching lid for all Tupperware containers
14. The dryer is empty and all the clothes are folded and put away (for two seconds)
15. You can zip up your pants after feeling certain they’d never fit
16. An uninterrupted Netflix binge of your favorite show
17. All socks in a load of laundry have a match
18. Covertly eating candy with your kids in the room and they never notice
19. Entire conversations using only GIFs
20. Amazon delivery notifications
21. The lifelong loyalty of a good hairdresser relationship
22. An amazing parking space in a crowded lot
23. You buy something you really want and discover at checkout it was on sale
24. When your kids are old enough to do their own laundry
25. SILENCE
26. Matching PJs
27. Breakfast for dinner
28. Hallmark movie marathons where NO ONE interrupts you
29. Full moons and beautiful sunsets
30. Good hair and makeup days
31. Finding a pair of comfy yet sexy heels
32. Random “I Love You” texts from the hubby/SO
33. Power outlets on airplanes
34. Finding your car keys without a struggle
35. Fresh sheets

These 50 simple things are totally worth celebrating and never fail to put a smile on our faces!

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36. Clean kitchens
37. Starting a brand new journal
38. Going to the bathroom without an interruption
39. When your jam comes on at the gym
40. When you realize your shirt is on inside out BEFORE you leave the house
41. New Emojis
42. BOGO anything
43. Figuring out your kids’ math homework without Google
44. Family excursions without bickering
45. Belly laughs with friends
46. Freshly shaved legs on clean sheets
47. A pretty mani or pedi
48. Good concealer
49. Strong coffee
50. When your husband gets the grocery list right the first time without maps and GPS instructions


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