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Welcome back to Three on Thursday, a weekly list of three things I'm loving at the moment that I think you should do, try, or buy.  If you're interested in past weeks and more recommendations, you can find those here.  If you make your own Three on Thursday list, please share it in the comments so I can check it out.


ONE.

Hearth Witch Compendium.  What a wealth of knowledge this bad boy is!  So much of being a hearth witch (and a witch in general really) is stuff you already do in your daily life, I assure you.  This book really embraces that, because it's tons and tons of recipes to use what you can find naturally to make food, cleaning products, bath and beauty products - things you know are right up my alley.  And none are very difficult!  It really is about going back to living more simply and doing things for yourself, which means you're not contributing to waste or a demand for chemicals and plastic.  There's also plenty of information on the holidays, color associations, planetary influences, things like that, but the majority is recipes.  I think everyone can benefit from this book.

TWO.

Lush Angels on Bare Skin.  Normally, my go to face wash is raw honey.  I think it works perfectly and keeps my sensitive skin hydrated.  Occasionally though I like to use something with a little more grit to feel like I've really gotten the sunscreen off my skin, just so it can breathe for awhile (sunscreen is actually notoriously hard to totally wash off.)  But most scrubs and even chemical exfoliants just do not agree with my skin in terms of the rosacea.  Except for Angels on Bare Skin.  This has been a staple Lush product for years, and I'm not surprised by that.  It never, ever bothers my face or makes it more red.  In fact, it's actually incredibly soothing and my skin feels so soft afterwards.  I have no idea how this is possible.  And I know it has a ton of fans, so I highly recommend you check it out if you need a face wash.  It is a complete mess to use so it has to be in the shower instead of over a sink, but that's no problem for me.

THREE.

Roasted Garlic.  I can eat chunks of roasted garlic, all by themselves.  Is that insane?  I would load everything with garlic if I could, and honestly, I usually do.  Must be my Italian genes, I've always been this way.  But garlic is actually very good for you so if you've never roasted garlic you should absolutely try this recipe.  John has it with his steak, and I love it with roasted vegetables.  And, well, with everything else too.