After beginning the week with the F+N holiday wish list, it’s only fitting to wrap it up with the stocking stuffer guide. There is a true tradition to these things. One shouldn’t just willy-nilly buy anything from the checkout aisle at stores! Such requires true thought for the individual being stocked by Santa, and should cover all traditional bases: treats, books, games, collectables, and grooming basics.
TREAT | I’ll take mine in the form of raw culinary medicine such as the divine tasting Moon Juice Strawberry Rose Geranium Bar.
And a sweet little wood comb to keep in my purse for flyaways.
GAMES | these cards to finally pick up playing poker again—for chocolate chips—like I used to do with my dad when I was little.
GROOMING | the perfect golden hue from RMS that makes your eyelids shine, and doubles as a highlighter. So technically that counts as two gifts?
FIG + YARROW’s Underarm Lotion for fresh underarms and notes of forest scents.
And Marble & Milkweed’s Rosy Lip Tint to wear to my family’s party on Christmas day.
COAL | a charcoal pumice. Because even people that were naughty this year still deserve smooth feet?
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Here's what I'm packing to stay warm and chill.
To get you through the next ten days, which incidentally can also be applied to the rest of your life.
Gifting amazing experiences, which results in A LOT less wrapping!
Because it's chicer (and conscious too).
Spread the holiday cheer with decorations that have less of an impact on our world – especially our ocean.
A calming and beautifying holiday 'nog recipe.