Tidbits of Recommendations: June 19, 2020

It’s our fourth week of Tidbits of Recommendations! ToR is a weekly series where we bring you our favorites in entertainment, lifestyle, and Chicago. Let’s see what we’ve gotten ourselves into this week! (How are we already halfway through June?…)

ENTERTAINMENT

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LIFESTYLE

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I’m in the midst of moving which means I’m in the midst of a lot of cleaning. Good Green Cleaner has been a lifesaver, as they have environmentally-friendly and pet-safe products designed for every major space in the house. We’ll be doing a full rundown on using GGC for an upcoming deep-clean review, but I can tell you I’m already loving it. My bathroom is so fresh and clean and there’s honestly nothing more important than that when it comes to the cleanliness of a home! Stay tuned for the upcoming review, featuring our delayed spring cleaning!

 

 

CHICAGO

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Inside of the float space.

One of my favorite spots in the southwest suburbs is back open after doors temporarily closed due to COVID-19. Nimas Float & Spa is the best place to decompress – which is something we could all use right now. Read our review here which talks all about our 60-minute floating session and how ahhh-mazing it was!

 

EXTRA! 

The time capaule journal kids
In case you haven’t heard, I have released a follow-up to The Time Capsule Journal, this time for kids! The children’s edition of TTCJ is designed for ages 6 to 10 and asks fun questions all about you! Answer half of the questions now, then come back in a few years and document how your answers have changed. This is a fun way to see how you’ve grown and makes for a great keepsake! While this book is recommended for ages 6 to 10, the content is appropriate for all ages. NOTE, FOR ANY COPIES ORDERED BETWEEN NOW AND MONDAY, JUNE 22, A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO SHADY OAKS CAMP!

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