TGIF! Why are short weeks always the longest weeks? Today I’m back with this week’s edition of 5 Things I Love Friday since I pretty much fell off the boat since our anniversary. Whoops! In any case, I’m sharing the book that left my in tears, a new drink of choice, one business that inspires me and more. Happy weekend, friends!
Family time – We’ve spent a lot of time lately just relaxing with the pups at home and to be honest — 0 complaints about that. This might be on of my new favorite photos of us!
Tohi Beverages – Tohi is an emerging healthy lifestyle brand innovating antioxidant-rich, active nutrition beverages made from a trending ingredient – Aronia Berries. Tohi was founded by two female entrepreneurs with significant investment and healthcare backgrounds and a strong philosophy of a nutrition-first approach to wellness. Last week I got a package of all 4 flavors to try and — they are delicious! Stay tuned for a yummy cocktail recipe using their drinks.
Tiny & Snail – Ever hear about a company whose mission just grabs ya? That’s how I felt when the sisters at Tiny and Snail reached out to me about their launch of the Keep Dancing collection that debuted earlier this month. Tiny and Snail is a stationery company with the cutest designs that was launched by two sisters in 2017. One year ago, Leah was crushed under a large piece of equipment at her job and paralyzed from the armpits down. Miraculously, she was still able to have use of her hands to illustrate! This new collection celebrates dancing in the rain, the triumph after hardship and celebrating the brutal, beautiful journey of life. Leah + Grace agreed to give my friends a discount so head over + use ‘HANSON15’ on any orders you place!
Amazon Nightgown – Have you followed the buzz around the #AmazonNightgown. A few months back, Grace Atwood shared that she ordered the most flowy, colorful dress off Amazon and dubbed it her “Amazon Nightgown”. It’s safe to say it has become an internet sensation and the company is having a hard time keeping it stocked. I ordered mine near the time when she first posted and I’m pleased to report that I love it just as much as I thought I would! 10/10 recommend!
We Were The Lucky Ones – You guys, a book hasn’t moved me this much since ‘The Nightingale’ last fall. This is an ABSOLUTE MUST-READ, particularly if you’re a fan of war-related novels based on history. It stretched my emotional capacity and I found myself grieving when it ended. I cannot say enough good things!