Favorite Winter Products + Enneagram Type 4: Selfie, Episode 15

From teas to hand creams to cozy blankets, we are talking all of our favorite winter products. Plus, an interview with Holly Rankin Zaher about being an Enneagram Type 4. New to the enneagram? Check out The Road Back to You by Ian Cron.

Kristen’s favorites:

Shaggy blanket

Hempz herbal body lotion

Ahava hand cream

Marula oil : Acure is a great bargain option and on sale for $8.99 right now. If you want to go luxury try Drunk Elephant for $72

Thymes – Frasier Fir Pine Needle Green Glass Jar

Barefoot Dreams CozyChic Adult Robe

Sugar Cookie Sleigh Ride tea

Fuzzy socks

Chi Silk Infusion for dry hair

Palo santo

Sarah’s favorites:

Balms – Waxelene , Leahlani Bless Balm, Maya Chia Waterless Wonder Balm

LL Bean Women’s wicked good slippers

Madewell Rollneck sweater, Cocoon Cardigan

Kari Gran lip whips and lip buff duo

Bite Beauty Agave Lip Mask

W3LL PEOPLE Nudist Lip Balm

Yeti insulated stainless steel bottle

Vitruvi diffuser


  1. Thank you for this episode! I am trying not to buy everything as I’m always in the market to find the best products to help my lips and skin during the midwestern winters and also love to be cozy (jealous of your winters, Kristen)! When I click on the Madewell link to see the cocoon cardigan, I get taken to a blazer, so unless Sarah underplayed how fancy she really is, I don’t think the link is right 🙂

  2. I seriously love everything you ladies podcast. Maybe it’s because I’m a 3, but I relate so well to what you say. You share great info and I love the light hearted banter. I’m a long time listener of the mom hour and I’m happy to have you in my podcast rotation. Keep it up.

  3. Totally agree on the wicked good slippers! I live in them around the house for at least 6 months of the year. I also got the flip flop version (silly, I know!) to wear around the house during the summer. You know, since I turned 40 and have old feet that aren’t comfortable walking around barefoot anymore.

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