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Ozark. Little Fires Everywhere. Leaf Shave. City Lips. This week we talk about the beauty products, entertainment, and cleaning supplies that help make staying home for weeks on end bearable. Like you, we’re shopping online and we’ve fallen for quite a few ads on our social feeds. Find out which ones bring us joy! We also chat with Sophie about turning 15 in quarantine, and what she thinks about growing up with the Manic Mommies.

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6 Replies to “Our Favorite Things in Quarantine”

  1. Mommies Tell All is fun for the new-mom stage podcast, it’s by two former Bachelor contestants

  2. Hello Kristen & Erin,
    Thrilled you guys are podcasting again! Love your chemistry and your conversations! Just curious if your favorite things “City Lips” and the mascara are sponsors? Or are they truly products you love?

    1. Hi Heidi! Glad you are enjoying the show. It’s fun to be back. All the items we recommended are products we love – no sponsorships or affiliates! (I thought about adding affiliate links to anything on Amazon, but that seemed like a lot of work).

  3. Thanks so much for your list! I am definitely checking some of these out. My favorite new thing is my DrinkWorks cocktail machine by Keurig!!! It’s perfect for me—I love cocktails but don’t have a well-stocked bar (one bottle of gin and one of vodka and usually no juice or mixers on hand), so this gives me bar quality cocktails in a wide variety whenever I’m feeling like a happy hour! I bought a 16 cocktail starter pack to sample everything, and will stock up later on my favorites. Genius.

  4. Finally managed to listen to this one and was amused to hear about your dogs and delivery people. My dog starts whining when he sees (or hears) the FedEx truck, the UPS truck, the USPS truck, or the Amazon Prime truck down the street because he thinks we’re getting a package. If the truck stops, he gets more excited and stays at the window until the package has been delivered, at which point he runs to the front door and barks to summon us to retrieve the package. Once it’s inside, he starts scratching to try to get it open. But if a package truck drives past and does not provide a package? Then he barks in hopes of convincing them to return: “hey, you forgot my package!” These days most package people don’t ring our doorbell, but they don’t need to thanks to our package-alert miniature poodle warning system. 😉

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