FIVE FALL FAVORITESOCTOBER 2018
Silicone Reusable Food Storage Bags
You may think that you are being financially savvy by bringing lunch to work or sending your kids to school with home-lunch… but is your lunch eco-friendly, too? The average person uses one pound worth of plastic, or about 540 plastic sandwich bags, each year. These silicone reusable food storage bags are a household must. Use them for steaming veggies (stove-top boil, oven, AND microwave safe) You can even temporarily label your stasher bags with dry erase markers or write cute notes to your kids!
Fridge & Freezer Friendly
Thayer’s Witch Hazel
If you are in the market for a natural skin protector, look no further. Thayer’s Witch Hazel is a cruelty-free product mainly used as a skin toner, but also acts as a moisturizer, cleanser, and pore-tightener! It fights oil built-up and smooths skin without drying it out. Enriched with vitamin E, aloe vera, and grapefruit seed extract, it is an absolute beauty must-have! Not to mention – it is super inexpensive. Just dab a bit onto a cotton ball, gently rub into your skin, and the results will speak for themselves.
The Giving Keys
A Pay It Forward Company
Each one of the products is stamped with an inspirational word like DREAM, CREATE or INSPIRE. The purchaser is encouraged to embrace their word, then pay it forward by giving their product to a person who needs the message. Every product purchased supports job creation for individuals transitioning out of homelessness.
At The Giving Keys, we want to inspire the world to pay it forward, so we’ve built it into how we do business. Through our social impact employment model, every product you purchase supports job creation for people transitioning out of homelessness. – The Giving Keys
American Horror Story
Typically I am not a fan of scary movies or TV shows, but something about Halloween just gets me in the mood. American Horror Story is my seasonal fix, and so far, this apocalyptic season is damn good.
New England Foliage
It is officially leaf-peepin’ season!
There is nothing better than driving through the quaint New England towns and watching the leaves change colors. From the mustard yellows to the vibrant reds, my hometown turns into a autumnal wonderland (that is also filled with tourists, a.k.a. ‘leaf peepers’). Driving 15 mph behind the out-of-state cars is a small price to pay during the month of October in New England.