Friday faves

Friday faves

A few of my favorite things this week…

Fluf organic lunch bag. My sister got me this seriously adorable little bag for my birthday and it has me itching for warmer weather and picnics with the girls. For now I’ve been using it to tote extras around because it makes me happy.

Lisa Loeb Catch the Moon. I was all about Lisa Loeb and her cat eye glasses in the ’90s (…and while I was in college in the ’00s). It makes me feel slightly old to know she has a couple of children’s albums out now, but I kind of love this one. It’s calming and mellow and perfect for car rides when you’re hoping someone will fall asleep.

Aden and Anais Mum + Bub soothing ointment. So I actually haven’t tried this on a baby’s butt yet. Is that weird? Because it’s actually pretty freaking amazing for your hands. Mine have taken a total beating this winter and this stuff works wonders. Not only does it have a really light and pretty smell but it’s natural and gentle and fantastic. It’s expensive, but it gives Aquaphor a run for its money as an awesome cure all.

eos smooth lip balm sphere in sweet mint. I’ve been wondering about these little spheres for a while now. I’ve seen so many people with them that I’ve figured they must be good. I just ran out of my tried and true mint Chapstick and was wandering around CVS when I saw a display of these guys hanging out and calling to me. Let me just say I’m sold. It’s organic, not tested on animals, and delicious.

TOMS black woven vegan Correa sandals. I saw these a while back and was immediately smitten. When they showed up on my doorstep for my birthday I was ecstatic but nothing beats when I tried these pretties on. They’re so cushy! I have a feeling they’re going to be my go-to summer staple!

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Written by Jennifer Garry
Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she's not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.