Sheltering In Place Calls For Creative Sensory Solutions

Cities around the country are getting directives to shelter in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19 virus. Residents are scrambling to adjust to the new norm while trying to stay sane in the new setting.

During these times of adjustment for so many we wanted to share a few tips for making the most of your time at home. Wether COVID is the cause of your much needed vacation getting canceled or you are in search of something to curb the stir-crazy times of being inside all day, there are ways to enjoy this time.

#1. Upgrade Your Soap With St Johns Coral Soap

Washing your hands is the best way to reduce the spread of COVID-19 so why not make it more fun!

If you have not tried St Johns Bay Rum products before you are in for a real treat! The scents that St Johns offers are just like being on that cruise you are missing right now…

What I love the most about the St Johns soaps is that they leave my hands feeling moisturized and hydrated. For the last week I have been using gallons of hand sanitizer and regular soaps that have left my hands super dry.

The soaps from St Johns Bay Rum have been my saving grace during these crazy times.

#2. Discover A New Strategy On Life

With our lives getting turned upside down over the last few weeks it might be a good time to re evaluate your rituals, fashion choices, and beauty products.

The new publication, West of Wild, researches in depth sustainable and ethical fashion brands, clean beauty products, and much more.

Founded by a former Media Law Attorney with a masters in law from Pepperdine University, West of Wild is my new go to website for high quality information.

#3. New Toys For Your Dog

Happy dogs equal happy people, right? So why not spoil Fido a bit more during these crazy times. Your dog will appreciate the fun and you will be surprised how much better you feel after a fun filled play date with your pup.

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