This week, y’all. It has not been kind. Here’s a few things that have made this miserable week survivable:
Earlier this year, a brewery opened less than a mile from my house and I was instantly enamored. It’s my new favorite place and I’m there almost every weekend, sometimes alone and sometimes with friends, but always with a book. Their beer is funky and wild, and their small batch offerings are ever-changing.
My friend Tara introduced me to Glossier’s products and I’ve fallen hard for their Milk Jelly Cleanser. It’s great at removing my mascara and other make-up, it leaves my skin feeling clean and fresh and my skin has never looked better. Plus, it’s just easy to use – you can put it on wet or dry skin, which means I can be lazy and still go to bed with a clean face.
I bought this tiny camp stove a few months ago and have since taken it camping with me in Maine, Maryland and Virginia. It’s tiny, weighing in at just 2.6 ounces, super easy to use and effective. It made sure I had hot coffee each rainy morning I was in Maine and kept me well-fed when I was traipsing around Maryland and Pennsylvania last month.
Terra is Latin for Earth, so I’m pretty much always trying to do nice things for the planet, it being my namesake and all. As I’ve tried to improve my skincare regimen, I’ve noticed an increased amount of trash accumulating in my bathroom, most of it in the form of those little cotton face pads and when Megan made the switch to reusable pads, I followed suit. So far, so good.
“What if we told you that with zero experience and only a few hundred dollars down, this podcast could change your life? Well, we’d be lying.”
I’m late to game in listening to this podcast, but it was my latest binge. It does a deep-dive into the world of multi-level marketing get-rich schemes, and it’s equal parts delightful, enraging and eye-opening.