3 Things | June 2018

3 Things | June 2018

Each month in our newsletter, CURRENTLY, we list a few of our favorite monthly finds from podcasts to travel inspiration to home goods.

Rebekah’s  3:


  1. One of our favorite Fayetteville restaurants, Khana Indian Grill, just started stocking these amazing popsicles made locally by Me Latte Chocolate for the summer! I grabbed a mango + chile popsicle recently while having dinner there with a good friend and now I’m hooked. It’s a super satisfying, icy summer treat made from fresh ingredients.
  2. Hackwith Design House is a Minnesota based clothing company that Sarah and I have admired for a while. Their beautiful, simple clothing is made in-house in Minnesota with women of all shapes, sizes, and styles in mind. And they’ve just launched the Sustain Shop, where they sell samples and second hand HDH pieces. I love this option because they are giving new life to gently used items while reducing waste and also creating a more affordable avenue for those trying hard to shop responsibly on a limited budget :)
  3. I live in an old house, I have an indoor rabbit, and a builder husband (who’s a very clean person but nobody’s work boots ever smell great). I had read somewhere about these air purifying charcoal bags so I decided to give them a try. What’s great about them is that they aren’t just covering up the pet smell or the laundry room shoe pile with a different overwhelming scent, they actually purify the air and neutralize the odor. I’ve been impressed and this comes as a pack of four so I also stuck one in my car for the summer! If they stop feeling as effective after a month or two, simply stick them out in the sun for a few hours to rejuvenate the charcoal.

Sarah's 3:
  1. Next up in my podcast queue: I'm extremely intrigued by The Habitat podcast by Gimlet Media which chronicles this real life experiment of six people who work for a year as imitation astronauts on imitation planet Mars (which is actually a remote mountain in Hawaii). They live alone together in a domed structure, eat astronaut food, wear astronaut suits etc. and video diary all throughout. Sounds fascinating to me.
  2. When I was visiting a friend in Fort Worth a few weeks ago, she made the simplest popcorn ever and I've been making it nonstop since. Just scoop a tablespoon or so of coconut oil into your regular sauce pot and turn the stove on high-ish. Wait a second for the oil to liquify and add 1/4 cup or so of popcorn kernels. Place the lid on top and wait for 30 seconds to a minute until the popping slows down. Pour the popcorn into a bowl and salt to taste. Less waste, better ingredients!
  3. Thoroughly enjoyed this Cup of Jo interview from a couple years ago with Linda Rodin (celebrated stylist and founder of the skincare line Rodin and Fields). I love hearing voices like hers talking about embracing aging as it comes and thriving in the second half of life.


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