If you’re like us, you’ve probably wondered what famous people add to their carts. Not the JAR brooch or the Louis XV chair, but the ground coffee and the noise machine. We asked SNL comedian Aidy Bryant which items she can’t live without.
I keep a small spray bottle of this sanitizer in every room in the house, and also my purse, my office and my dressing room at work. A few of the makeup artists that we work with on set use this all the time, and sometimes on a 20-hour SNL day it’s the closest thing I can get to a shower. I also spray it on mattresses, zits, makeup brushes, and clothes but mostly armpits. It’s truly not just for hands.
I’m not big on fuzzy or fleecy slippers. I just don’t like the texture and the heat. It just gets to be too much. These are my favorite slippers to wear around the house, and I have the blue ones, but they come in a bunch of cute colors, too.
The aquamarine color is out of stock, but you can still slip into a merlot pair.
Every morning when I wake up, I listen to The Brian Lehrer Show on WNYC. It’s such a part of my morning routine actually to roll over and flip on this little radio while I wake up and get ready for the day. It’s part of my muscle memory now.
My sweet, lil’ dumb dog loves food so much, but he eats so fast that he pukes! Very cute. I found this out of desperation because my poor little barf baby needed it. The bowl has been a total game changer. It’s a little puzzle for him to dig into the food, which actually slows him down so he doesn’t throw up from eating too fast.
These are total lifesavers. They fold up so tiny that you can just scrunch them up and pack them anywhere — they take up no room — and are so lightweight but can hold so much. These are my ultimate go-to for carting clothes and other junk to and from work.
I have no idea what I’m doing, and it looks truly horrible but I lay on the floor and roll around on this thing and it feels very good. I think the idea is that I’m supposed to be stretching my back or something, but there really is no method to this thing, at least how I use it. I just get on the floor and roll around on it.