It's all about the little things right now. Between COVID, quarantine, virtual school and the state of the world right, the little things are making a huge difference for me. Below you can find some of the little things that are helping me each day. Let me know what you are loving right now, too!
Night time relaxation is so important right now. We are all sleeping so much better with these salt baths each night. My 8 year old uses 1/4 Cup in a 20 min warm bath and I am using 2 Cups in about 30 minutes. It helps our whole bodies relax and we crawl right into bed afterwords. They come in a variety of scents and the large bag lasts us about a month.
I don't know about you but I am holding all this extra stress in my neck and shoulders these days. This massager sure does do the trick. Just find a comfy position, plug it in and it works its magic. It doesn't replace actually getting a real massage but sure does come close. I have been using mine a few times a day and has really helped my daily tension. I love it!
Everything is more fun in a miniature size, right? Dash has done an amazing job with these small but mighty home appliances. I love this little waffle maker. It isn't just for waffles! Eggs, potatoes, you can get creative. I love the perfect portion size and these are so easy to clean up! Plus, they don't take up much room at all.
Ok, I know what you are thinking. Poop bags, really? But these are my favorite. Are you walking your dog daily? I love these bags, come in a large box and mask the stink. It is so easy to run out of these daily essentials but knowing what to buy and when, they save you from running out.
Being home more has really meant wearing my glasses more often and for longer each day. It is crazy how dirty they get. This glasses cleaner and cloth combo works amazingly on all types of lenses. Just spray, wipe and you are good to go. Comes in a pack of 3 and I can keep a bottle in 3 separate places. For now that means, kitchen, bathroom and office. Clean lenses quick. The small bottle would be great for a purse, if I ever left the house - until then, I'll just keep them all at home.
Let me know what little things you are loving these days! xo, Jules