Share with your friends!

It’s fascinating the things you can discover when you spend copious amounts of time at home. Indeed, the StyleBlueprint team is discovering some fantastic finds that come highly recommended. Check them out for yourself now or post-quarantine. Either way, these SB Hot List items are worth your attention.

“You’re Wrong About” podcast

“I recently discovered a podcast called ‘You’re Wrong About’ that I’ve been listening to during my daily walks. The hosts discuss famous (or infamous) women, historical events, phenomenons, etc., that either the media or time or both has incorrectly told throughout the years. So far, I’ve listened to the Tonya Harding, Tammy Faye Baker, Marie Antoinette, Lorena Bobbitt and Anna Nicole Smith episodes, but episodes on Yoko Ono, exorcisms, Stockholm Syndrome and Monika Lewinsky are next on my list.” — Bailey Torkelson, SB Editorial & Marketing Assistant Manager

SB Hot List — You're Wrong About podcast

Find out who — or what — you’re wrong about in this fascinating podcast. Image: Apple Podcasts

O’Keefe’s Working Hands Hand Cream

“Though I am happy to increase the frequency of my hand-washing during the pandemic, the skin on my hands has been screaming. I was applying lotions and creams hourly, even putting them in the fridge to provide some cold relief. Nothing actually healed them until I found this O’Keefe’s Working Hands Hand Cream on Amazon. Plus, it makes me feel like I’ve been doing some real heavy lifting after using it.” — Peyton Haecker, SB Digital Marketing Analyst 

O'Keefe's Working Hands cream

O’Keefe’s Working Hands Hand Cream comes highly recommended to soothe frequently washed hands. And who doesn’t have those right now?!

RELATED: The SB Hot List: What TV Shows We’re Binging Right Now

Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution

Take a trip back in time with Crip Camp, a new documentary on Netflix that was executive produced by President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama. Countless hours of footage from the 1970s document summers spent at Camp Jened, a camp for kids with disabilities located in the Catskills. The relationships formed among both campers and counselors during these summers of freedom solidified friendships and ignited a passion for the pursuit of equality. Follow the journey with on-camera interviews with now-adults who share their reflections on not only the experiences they shared at Camp Jened, but also what they all fought for in Washington, DC, for both themselves as well as the many people who have come behind them. Heads up that you will become highly invested in these people — and while they’re real people, make no mistake that they are indeed characters. The end of the film offers a heart-wrenching blow as you learn who is still alive and who is not. Grab the Kleenex — you’ve been warned. Check out the trailer below. — Ashley Haugen, SB Director of Editorial

Safe + Fair’s Birthday Cake Granola

“The flavoring may throw you off, but Safe + Fair’s Birthday Cake Granola is delicious. I love granola with my breakfast or just as a snack, but it’s hard for me to find a kind I can eat since I have a gluten intolerance. This stuff is amazing. And, they ship it right to your door!” — Katelyn Caughron, SB Memphis Client Success Representative

SB Hot List — Safe + Fair Birthday Cake granola

Don’t let the flavor fool you! Safe + Fair’s Birthday Cake Granola is amazing! Image: Safe + Fair

Walker Brothers Kombucha

“Lately, I’ve been obsessed with Walker Brothers Kombucha (ginger is my personal favorite). The best part about Walker Brothers is being able to support a small local business, plus if you live in Nashville, you can receive free delivery right to your door! 10/10 recommend.” — Brendan English, SB Nashville Client Success Representative

Walker Brother Kombucha

According to Brendan, Walker Brothers Kombucha should move to the top of your must-try list. Image: Walker Brothers Kombucha

Untamed by Glennon Doyle

“Right now, I’m about halfway through reading Untamed by Glennon Doyle. She began her book tour in Nashville, and it ended up being one of the only tour dates (if not THE only tour date) she was able to have before the country shut down for COVID-19. She’s one of those enigmatic women who has a way of moving people with her words; I’m so grateful I had the opportunity to be in attendance and inspired by her that evening. My soul needed that lift before the challenges ahead.” — Jenna Bratcher, SB Nashville Lead Writer & Associate Editor

Untamed book

Jenna is curled up with Untamed and her new puppy, Lockeland.

Theo Katzman’s new album

“Theo Katzman’s recent album Modern Johnny Sings: Songs in the Age of Vibe is currently my favorite album of 2020. If you’re looking for some new tunes to add to your playlist, this is equal parts introspective singer-songwriter and dance-friendly pop-rock. — Lacy Green, SB Traffic Manager

SB Hot List — Modern Johnny Sings by Theo Katzman

Lacy is also a talented musician, so if she recommends music, we listen up. Image: Bandcamp

CeraVe Hydrating Facial Cleanser

“I still have random breakouts, but since using CeraVe Hydrating Facial Cleanser for over a month, it’s the best face wash I’ve ever used for combination skin. And, I mistakenly got “normal to dry” skin, but I actually have normal to oily skin. I’ve had no breakouts, and my skin feels fabulous.” — Cindy Acuff, SB Nashville Account Executive

CeraVe facial cleanser

CeraVe has been a game-changer for SB Nashville’s Cindy Acuff.

“Chill Vibes for Tough Times”

“I’ve found I’ve been in a rut with my Spotify playlists, but this got me out of my funk. It’s a great playlist to keep any anxiety at bay and allow you to focus on the task at hand, whether that’s working from home or trying out a new homemade bread recipe (because carbs and quarantine are a match made in heaven).” — Emily Beene, SB Memphis Account Executive

Chill Vibes for Tough Times

Chill Vibes for Tough Times” has been a refreshing escape for Emily Beene. Image: Girls’ Night In

RELATED: 10-Minute Workouts You Can Do Anywhere


I recently watched Onward on Disney+, and it was amazing! I may have even teared up (okay, okay, I sobbed). It’s the perfect storyline for the whole family to really enjoy. Plus, you can’t go wrong with the Tom Holland/Chris Pratt combo. — Taylor Justice, SB Birmingham Client Success Representative

SB Hot List — Onward

Onward is a family-friendly escape that may bring on some tears. Image: Disney+

Leslie Jordan’s Instagram account

If you want to laugh — out loud — every day, follow Leslie Jordan on Instagram. You may not recognize the name, but you will definitely recognize him from TV shows like “Will and Grace,” plus movies such as The Help. Leslie is a Chattanooga, TN native who’s staying with his mother during the quarantine. His daily videos, including great behind the scenes stories from Hollywood, are absolutely hilarious! — Melissa Thompson, SB Nashville Account Executive


View this post on Instagram


Pillow Talk with Leslie Jordan and Ms. Faye Dunaway #snubbed #finebethatway #whopissedinhercheerios

A post shared by Leslie Jordan (@thelesliejordan) on

“Yoga With Adriene”

“I’ve been trying to find new ways to keep my mind and body active during quarantine, so I’ve started ending my days with different yoga flows. I recently discovered “Yoga with Adriene” on YouTube, and I’m obsessed with her. She offers a great variety of at-home workouts for beginners.” — Brianna Goebel, SB Associate Editor

Yoga with Adriene

Get bendy and limber with Adriene. Image: Facebook

We hope you’ve found something new to explore!


For the best “me moment” of the day — with more great articles and ideas to lift you up — subscribe to StyleBlueprint. Click HERE.

Share with your friends!