Every woman is different, with her own unique lifestyle. However, there are some things we all have in common; we all love good food, good times, and good friends. We all love the comfort and the freedom to live our lives as we see fit.

The following list is short, but hopefully, inspires you. It may not be perfect, but it might act to fire up your imagination, motivating you to live your best life.

The Perfect Pair of Jeans

While this All-American classic never goes out of style, jeans have made several evolutions over the last 150 years or so. From the classic, shrink-to-fit, button-fly Levis, to mom jeans and pajama jeans, indigo blue denim is a fashion mainstay. It goes with everything and goes everywhere. In fact, many men and women wear nothing but jeans on a day-to-day basis.

However, finding the perfect fit can be a challenge, especially for full-figured women. But, when you do find a brand that fits, get a pair in every style and color that you can. Cropped, cargo, skinny, bootcut, blue, black, and white, jeans will go with everything else in your wardrobe.

Camo Leggings

Yes, this “must-have” seems a bit off-the-wall, but think about it; high-end leggings, like the ones offered by Sanctuary Clothing, are the ultimate in comfort, and camo makes a statement. What statement, you might be wondering? That you are a strong, independent woman who can take care of herself. Camo says you are prepared to face any situation, head-on.

Camo leggings are not only a style statement around town, they’re even better for your weekend, outdoor adventures. Leggings are super comfortable while lounging around the campfire, spending quality time with your friends. However, for more active adventures, you might want to also bring along a pair of pocket-packed camo cargo pants, also available at Sanctuary Clothing.

A Hammock

While we’re focused on the great outdoors, every woman needs a comfy, stylish hammock. It’s a must-have for those daydreamy, Bohemian glamping trips. Imagine yourself lazily enjoying the sun in a lacy, Bohemian macrame hammock, while camped by an alpine lake. Or, watching the world go by from the beach in a rainbow-hued sarape-style hammock. The fact is, a hammock simply makes a simple life even better.

Sure, you could tie the ends of your hammock to a tree, but you won’t have trees at the beach. Plus, a quality hammock stand is much safer. To learn more about hammock stands, click here. Be sure to choose a hammock stand that will fit on your deck, to enjoy the easy life year-round.

Iron Cookware Set

If you are a gal-on-the-go, you might be used to grabbing a fast food meal. However, fast food is not only bad for your waistline but bad for your health in general. Zapping dinner in the microwave might be a quick alternative, but there are also health hazards associated with microwaves.

It might surprise you, but you can easily cook a quick, healthy meal the old-fashioned way, on top of the stove. Despite what you might think, “seasoning” iron cookware is easy, and creates a no-stick surface. Better yet, cooking in an iron pan also puts small amounts of blood-building iron into your diet. Best of all, your iron cookware can go glamping with you and your hammock and camo leggings, since iron is the perfect type of cookware for an open campfire.

A Tool Kit

OK, so a tool kit may not be on the top of your fun list, but you need one anyway, both for your home and your car. But, if you want to make it fun, know that you can get pretty pink tool kits!

Your home tool kit should include a hammer, pliers, a socket wrench, hex keys, a variety of screwdrivers, a level, and a measuring tape, at a minimum. A simple home toolkit will allow you to hang pictures and make simple home repairs around the house, such as tightening loose furniture screws.

Your car tool kit should include what you need in case of an accident or breakdown; you’ll need jumper cables, fuses, screwdrivers, hex keys and wrenches, an emergency flashlight/radio, a first aid kit, LED flair, tire pressure gauge, and a safety hammer. Also, pack a rain poncho, an old sweater, water, and a few protein bars, just in case it takes your roadside assistance longer than expected to arrive.

It pays to be prepared and armed with a few simple tools, you’ll be ready for many of the situations life can throw at you.

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