These five objects are helping us slow down and savor time with a little more ease.
– KEYS SOULCARE
When’s the last time you lingered in the moment? Don’t overthink it. The tools for savoring time — in both our physical environments and bodies — are closer than you think. Here are a few items helping our team move, live, and embody themselves with more ease lately.
1. Pattern by Tracee Ellis Ross Mist Spray Bottle
“I 100% agree with the meme about people being plants with way more feelings. But also? This sleek bottle’s super-fine, continuous mist reminds me to tune into my hair and skin’s day-to-day hydration — and care for it accordingly, in the moment.” — Tiffany, Content Director
2. Vitruvi’s Stone Diffuser
“Blending essential oils for my diffuser has become the highlight of my morning and night routines. I use that time to pause and check in with myself to see what kind of scent will help complement how I’m feeling at that given moment.” — Christina, Account & Strategy Manager
3. Bala Bangles
“I miss my pre-pandemic workout rituals, but the silver lining of this time we are in is that I have created new rituals around moving my body. I’ve been working out with my friends across the country on Zoom with @sweatwithsav! I keep my Bala Bangles nearby for the days where I really want to challenge myself; they’re small but mighty.” — Ari, Account Manager
4. Passport Seven Sydney Opera House Candle
“One of the first things I do once I wake up — after making myself a mammoth cup of coffee — is light this. From the intoxicating scents to the subtle glow, candles lift my mood and remind me to stop and smell the roses. (Or, in this case, soy wax.) This one features soothing notes like peppermint, patchouli, cedar wood, and eucalyptus.” — Kelsey, Editor
5. PF Candle Co. Incense Cones
“My new thing in the morning is waking up around 7:30 a.m., lighting an incense cone (currently loving the Sunset collection from PF Candle Co), and doing a morning yoga session. Having a fresh scent in the morning makes my space feel fresh, warmer, and more inviting.” — Justin, Strategist