8.) Put together the most attractive charcuterie board possible, but you can only use foods you already have in your fridge and cupboard.
9.) De-stress with an in-home workout.
10.) Get some fresh air. All state parks and forest districts across the state are closing to the public. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get outside. Sit outside your house or take a brisk walk around your neighborhood.
11.) Catch up on podcasts. While binging Netflix is an obvious activity don't forget about your podcasts too! You can throw one on while cooking, doing at-home workouts or taking that stroll around the block.
12.) Throw out all your too-old makeup and products. (Tip: most liquid products have a small symbol on them noting expirations, usually six months to a year. This includes sunscreen!)
13.) Clean your house, clear out old things and make a goodwill box.
14.) Start a gratitude journal and make a list of everything you are grateful for daily.
15.) Support local businesses in any way you can. Right now is a tough time for small businesses that require foot traffic. Try to support by buying a gift card you will use later, or order delivery from a small mom and pop restaurant.
Treat yourself and support our small business with one of our favorite rings!
We have discounted our Kendal Ring ring this week only!
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We know there is nothing more valuable than spending time with your dad - and no gift can amount to that quality in-person time. But since this years Father's day will be spent much differently than in the past. We are sharing 10 presents you can send him to let him know you appreciate him.
Be sure to schedule in a quality conversation with your dad this Sunday in whichever means possible!!