December's Most Popular Cases

It's already halfway through January, but with everything going on with the store launch I completely forgot to show you guys my most popular cases for December! I'm really excited at how well-received my first Macbook case was, as well as my new Westie case! Poppies and pugs round out the month, which isn't surprising since they've been steady sellers in the past. 

This month I'll be adding even more watercolor dog cases, so be prepared for poodles and more to be making an appearance before the end of January. And, as always, if you have an Android and are looking for one of these cases for your phone, hit me up on Twitter or email me at ashley [at] wonderlandmedia [dot] ca. 


Bonus: For the month of January, get 10% off of your order of $35 or more using code AFF10PCT. This applies to multiple orders, so now is a good time to grab those two cases you have your eye on!


watercolour english rose garden macbook case by stuffxwonderland on casetify

ENGLISH GARDEN MACBOOK CASE

Available in a variety of Macbook models, this exclusive STUFFxWonderland snap-on case protects your computer while keeping it stylish.

Click the “Purchase” button below to choose your Macbook model and options on our retailer’s site. Payments and product shipment are processed by Casetify on behalf of STUFFxWonderland. Click the “Purchase” button below to choose your phone model and options on our retailer’s site. Payments and product shipment are processed by Casetify on behalf of STUFFxWonderland. Every Casetify product is made-to-order and hand-inspected from corner to corner. Don't worry, they promise 100% satisfaction.

$55 USD +


poppies iphone case by stuffxwonderland for casetify on ashleyfisher.ca

POPPIES IPHONE CASE

Available in a variety of phone models, including the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X models, this exclusive STUFFxWonderland snap-on case protects your device while keeping it stylish.

Click the “Purchase” button below to choose your phone model and options on our retailer’s site. Payments and product shipment are processed by Casetify on behalf of STUFFxWonderland. Every Casetify product is made-to-order and hand-inspected from corner to corner. Don't worry, they promise 100% satisfaction.

$29 USD +


pug iphone case by stuffxwonderland for casetify on ashleyfisher.ca

PUG IPHONE CASE

Available in a variety of phone models, including the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X models, this exclusive STUFFxWonderland snap-on case protects your device while keeping it stylish.

Click the “Purchase” button below to choose your phone model and options on our retailer’s site. Payments and product shipment are processed by Casetify on behalf of STUFFxWonderland. Every Casetify product is made-to-order and hand-inspected from corner to corner. Don't worry, they promise 100% satisfaction.

$29 USD +


westie watercolor iphone case by stuffxwonderland for casetify on ashleyfisher.ca

WESTIE IPHONE CASE

Available in a variety of phone models, including the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X models, this exclusive STUFFxWonderland snap-on case protects your device while keeping it stylish.

Click the “Purchase” button below to choose your phone model and options on our retailer’s site. Payments and product shipment are processed by Casetify on behalf of STUFFxWonderland. Every Casetify product is made-to-order and hand-inspected from corner to corner. Don't worry, they promise 100% satisfaction.

$29 USD +

Cork Dork by Bianca Bosker (Book Review)

I love receiving books as presents, and I especially love receiving wine books as presents, so I was overjoyed that my husband had put Cork Dork into my stocking! I've been looking forward to reading it since it was published last March, but for some reason I hadn't ended up buying it for myself. As soon as all of the presents were open, and the paper had been hastily cleaned up, I dove right in. 

cork dork by bianca bosker book review on ashleyfisher.ca

From Goodreads:

Like many of us, tech reporter Bianca Bosker saw wine as a way to unwind at the end of a long day, or a nice thing to have with dinner and that was about it. Until she stumbled on an alternate universe where taste reigned supreme, a world in which people could, after a single sip of wine, identify the grape it was made from, in what year, and where it was produced down to the exact location, within acres. Where she tasted wine, these people detected not only complex flavor profiles, but entire histories and geographies. Astounded by their fanatical dedication and seemingly superhuman sensory powers, Bosker abandoned her screen-centric life and set out to discover what drove their obsession, and whether she, too, could become a cork dork.
 

I was excited about the premise--a journalist abandoning her comfortable job in order to pursue wine fill time--and for the most part I was with Bianca all the way. It bugged me that she leveraged her connections to weasel her way into competitions and events that normally would have required skill in order to participate because it meant that she was taking a spot away from someone who might have earned it, but other than those few issues I really loved the book. It delved into the science behind olfactory sensing and how the brain reacts to sommelier training without being overwhelming, and experiencing her descent into the wine world, and it's ensuing obsession, was fascinating. 

You don't have to enjoy wine in order to enjoy Bianca's journey, but you'll probably come out the other side with an appreciation for the art of wine making and the industry as a whole. 

5 stars. I'd give more if I could, but that would defeat the purpose of a 5 star rating system, wouldn't it?