Don’t mind us, we’re just creating a home sanctuary over here. There’s something about being home 24/7 that’s made us get on top of small home projects and upgrades. Whether you’ve tidied up, reorganized, and are now adding a couple new products to your fresh space, or just looking to add a nice touch to your home now that you’re there all the time, we’ve got you.

We spent hours scouring the internet to find you the most comforting essentials for this time at home. Each product is in stock and being shipped out quickly. We made sure to support small businesses, focused on sustainability.

Here are our top 10 quarantine home essentials. Just click each product for a link.

  1. Nightly rituals start with lighting this candle. What you do afterwards is your business.

 

  1. Remove the old stories in your space. (We’re currently lighting this daily).
  1. Take a mental road trip. This candle will take you there, promise.

 

 

  1. For face misting. Highly recommend it all day long.

 

  1. Clear the energy is your space. We’re also lighting this daily.

 

  1. Clear, open, and activate your higher chakras. Curious? Put one by your desk and another by your bed.

 

  1. The best sweats you can guaranteed get right now. Live in this comfy sweatshirt for her.

 

  1. The best sweats you can guaranteed get right now. Lounge in these matching comfy sweat shorts for her.

 

  1. The best sweats you can guaranteed get right now. Live in this comfy sweatshirt for him.
  2. The best sweats you can guaranteed get right now. Lounge in these comfy sweatpants.

If you’re getting started with meditation and you have no clue if you are doing it right, WHO CARES? Be wrong. Be bad at meditation and right then, you’ll get good at it. It’s the Buddhist gift of it all. I promise.

When I started meditating, I spent 90% of the meditation wondering if I was doing it right. Did it need to absolutely silent?  Am I sitting right? Why’s it so uncomfortable? I read a ton of books, took classes, and literally tried to get an A in meditation. What actually worked though, was my willingness to be wrong and to continue to show up for it every day.

Every morning, I spent 10 minutes tripping out that I couldn’t meditate. About 6 months into it, I decided WHO CARES?! I WILL lay down on my back and call it meditation. I WILL meditate while the trash is being collected even though it’s insanely loud. I WILL put crystals on my forehead when I meditate. Once I “broke the rules,” meditation became my own.