I love Milk Bar! I've been impressed with their ability to maintain the quality of their products as they've expanded significantly. My favorites? The cereal milk ice cream (with corn flakes, of course), the cake truffles (both flavors), and compost cookie. My love for Milk Bar aligns with my other snack loves -- Betty Crocker boxed cakes, v sweet candy, and cookie dough. If you don't like those things then Milk Bar might not be right for you. One final word of caution -- don't eat too much in one sitting. You WILL get a belly ache.
We LOVE our Theragun. Say goodbye to your aches and pains, and hello to an at-home massage (kind of). It helps with my recovery after a run or intense yoga class -- can be used at varying level of intensity, but is easy to do yourself (which is nice if you are single, or your partner isn't willing to constantly massage your sore muscles). We keep ours in our living room because we use it so often. It's not cheap, but it's definitely worth the price.
Warby Parker is not in-network under my insurance plan, and still I continue to shop there -- the other options just don't cut it. The prices are super reasonable, the customer service is impeccable (both in-store and online), and there's a great selection of frames (both sunglasses and regular glasses) to choose from. I just purchased 2 pairs of prescription glasses in-store, and received them both within a week and a half!
Can't say I love this gum (the mints are fine). It feels like you are chewing on a piece of bark (both in flavor and consistency), it loses flavor almost instantly, and doesn't give you the minty fresh feeling you'd want from a piece of gum. They've been sitting in our drawer for months as we stock up on Trident...
I purchased the Eucalyptus body wash and absolutely loved it -- the branding is clean, the design of the bottle itself is neat / functional, and the scent was to die for. Would definitely buy this again! It elevated my shower experience.
I bought a set of kitchen tools (via Zola) from GIR, and they have been great. They are nice looking, are dish washer safe, and meet all my cooking needs. I do wish I could have made my own set (had to purchase some repeats of tools I already had), but that's a nice-to-have.
I feel like Areaware deserves more love. They have some really fun designs that spruce up your home, and make everyday objects feel playful. I'm a big fan.
Bombas are amazing. I always hated wearing socks until I got Bombas. In fact, my husband bought me Bombas for the holidays one year, and I was disappointed and thought -- what an awful gift. Until I tried them and became obsessed with them. They have some odd designs that are not "cool", but they have nice, basic colors (and sometimes some fun collaborations) that work for everyday. Their slippers are also 100%. Also, something that often gets overlooked is their Happiness Guarantee. If you get a hole in your socks, or are unhappy with a product, they will give you a new pair! Take advantage.
Swoon isn't terrible, but it's not...great. It has that sickly sweet / fake sugar taste, but that's why its low calorie. I'd prefer a Diet Snapple any day, but if you want a non-water beverage with some flavor and are fearful of -- a moment on the lips, forever on the hips -- then I say go for Swoon.
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams
Their ice cream is GOOD, but its also too MUCH. Every flavor has lots of bells and whistles, and sometimes what you really want it a good, straightforward Coffee or Chocolate. If that's what you are looking for, I don't think Jeni's is for you. Otherwise, if you like lots of innovative, wild flavors, go for it!