I have to write. A lot. And I have shitty handwriting (thanks brain tumor!). And my pinkie drags on the paper so I always get smears. And I have this OCD about the ink looking nice and consistent even if my handwriting looks like something from a serial killer's notebook. Thus, the Pilot G2 produces an insane amount of joy in my life relative to how cheap and otherwise insignificant it is. I have so many of them at the house and work that there is never one out of reach. I even got my 2-year-old son drawing with them. Another minor miracle in my life is Quilted Northern Ultra Plush. I will literally starve to death before I skimp on toilet paper. I also am on a very old septic system. Quilted Northern, in my experience, balances those two perfectly. I prefer it to kleenex. If I could find a blanket made out of it, I would. Amazon has it for dirt cheap; I don't care. I would spend five times that if I needed to. I used to swear by charmin but pumping out our septic got really expensive. Fortunately, QN came to the rescue and my ass crack has been smiling ever since. I'm also gonna throw up my toilet light (thanks for the idea nett) as far as it being insanely beneficial on a nightly basis despite being one of those "really? You bought THAT??" kinda things. Focus: What in your day-to-day life brings you an insane amount of joy relative to how cheap, insignificant, or otherwise weird it is? Alt. Focus: What do you just not understand that other people swear by?