Favorite Things

I love new items that others share that makes one's life easier or better.  So today I am going to share a few things I have tried lately that I have really enjoyed and thought maybe they might appeal to you.

First one is the so soft facial washcloths.  I don't know if you are like me or not but as I have aged I want to be as gentle as possible with my skin especially my face.  Sometimes, I find wash cloths can be a little hard after they have been washed and dried many times.  These cloths are so soft and washable so you can use them over and over and they stay soft.

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My next new favorite item is the roll a lotion applicator   My skin is so dry, especially in the winter, and I am always having to ask Sweet Fisherman to put lotion on my back.  Well you know how that goes....so when I can across this little item I was elated.  This is a picture of the box..

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Both of these can be purchased at Bed Bath and Beyond...and no I get no compensation for putting these two items in my blog...I just like them and thought you might too....

Sweet Fisherman and I are just getting over the flu and one thing I try to do everyday is to take extra Vitamin C...I love making a hot tea out of Emergen-C and my favorite flavor is Raspberry.  It comes in others flavors but I just prefer the Raspberry.  I had run out right before we got the flu and I am convinced if I had stayed on my schedule of a cup a day I probably wouldn't have had the flu.  But hey who knows.  And no I get no compensation for mentioning this product.  And as with all suggestions, one should consult their doctor before trying anything new such as this suggestion.

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This blog post is a detour from my norm but I am trying to get out my normal box, in a lot of ways, and try some new things.  I think one reason I had not almost stopped blogging was I was getting bored with writing about the same old things.  So you may start to see some new ideas coming across my page.

Hugs and blessings,