Lifestyle Travel Briefcase the May 2020 issue


Three things to make staying at home at little more pleasant.
By Carrie Williamson Posted on April 27, 2020


National Parks Puzzle. The entire family will be needed to put together this challenging 500-piece puzzle of America’s National Parks. It is a fun way to spend time together, an educational opportunity (everyone can learn about the 59 U.S. National Parks as you work on it), and inspiration for planning your next family vacation—Yellowstone, Joshua Tree, the Grand Canyon? As an added bonus, your purchase supports the National Park Foundation, helping protect parks for future generations.


Lululemon’s Align II Pants. These super comfortable pants from the yoga apparel company Lululemon are great to wear whether you’re doing a home workout or working at home. Made of Nulu, a trademarked fabric, these pants will make you feel like you are wearing next to nothing. Fine microfiber nylon yarn wicks sweat. Lycra gives them stretch. A specialized brushing technique creates a buttery softness. Choose from cropped or ankle length and a variety of colors and patterns, like incognito camo multi gray.


Aesop Resurrection and Reverence Duets. After vigorously washing your hands for 20 seconds probably a dozen times throughout the day, chances are you could practically sand a table with them. Your hands need a little TLC right now. To the rescue: Aesop’s Resurrection and Reverence Duets.The hand wash and hand balm duo comes in 16.9-ounce pump bottles so you can cleanse and then easily hydrate your hands without having to grab the bottle. Woody and citrusy aromas (depending on which one you choose) lend an at-home spa touch to this must-do routine.

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