1. All That You Can See Sea Sea
You must take a subway to visit the South Street Seaport this summer! Not only are there beautiful streets and attractions, but Chase Sapphire has opened a temporary outdoor bar with free cell phone charging stations. The bartenders are also really well dressed and very talented. We highly recommend the Pepsi! Also as a heads up, the straws are paper. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
2. Simply Gourmet
From the woman that brought you the Bais Yaakov cookbooks comes a new instant classic, Simply Gourmet (still 20% today on ArtScroll.com!) Simple, unique, and delicious recipes – what more could you ask for??
Check out the hype on the person featured on the cover of this weeks Mishpacha magazine. Rabbi Joey Rosenfeld is also a therapist who works within the field of addiction. Because everything can be found in the Torah, Rabbi Rosenfeld gracefully ties in Torah content within his field of practice, leaving us also with a beautiful podcast by the name of Inward. Although the podcasts are on the longer side, not a minute it wasted or superfluous – jam packed with great content, and articulately worded. Rabbi Rosenfeld’s grasp on a vast variety of information both therapy and Torah related are evident by the natural flow of the content he provides.
4. Pore Free
It’s the summer, so pore free is the way to be if we want clean skin. You must pick up a pack of this Neutrogena pore mask! I find the grapefruit version to be the best one. As a hack on how to extend the life of this product, I only cut off a tip of the packaging, and squeeze out just enough for a thing layer on my face (it’s not a pre-made sheet face mask, just as an FYI). If you close it right back up, the product won’t dry out, and I find that I can get at least three uses out of one package. CVS also often has these on sale at buy one, get one 40% off.