Editor Loves: I Need A Hero

By Anna Griffin, Editor In Chief

Thankfully I am naturally positive, but like everyone I’ve had to conquer a myriad of emotions to maintain my equilibrium through months of Covid-19. Finding joy in the uncertainty has become a daily ritual, and from morning cuddles with my rescue pups to speaking to my Mom overseas in England, I have made a conscious choice to find happiness where I can. There have also been the products that have in some ways lifted my spirits, whether they are new finds that have brought me comfort through this crisis, or much-treasured, “hero” pieces from my closet that have given me a smile. That they are all eco-conscious is a given, but again gives me a lift because beyond being great products, they all contribute to a lighter footprint on our planet.

As we continue to navigate through the uncertainty of 2020 and Covid-19, finding the joy in each day has never been more important than now. Finding what makes you feel good and keeping spirits up is paramount, because feeling positive during hard times might really be our biggest hero of all.

Évolué Super Oil

$68 USD


Packed with essential vitamins, this plant based, powerhouse saved my unexpectedly ultra-sensitive, stressed, patchy and exhausted skin. Using this lightweight serum morning and night miraculously healed my skin, leaving it healthy, recharged and radiant, and making this a new staple in my skincare routine.

Christie Martin Old English Lariat Necklace

$95 USD


This signature, handcrafted, Old English necklace from Christie Martin, has long been a favorite in my jewelry box. Handmade in recycled silver, this piece always grabs my attention, and wearing it makes me feel like life is a bit more happening, even if I am stuck at home with nowhere to go.

Antonym Cosmetics Baked Highlighting Blush in Lily

$42 USD


I am a long time fan of Antonym Cosmetics, for their organic ethos and lightweight, yet highly performing formulas. This baked blush in Lily is a favorite, and a light sweep across my cheeks perks up my complexion, making me look radiant, even on the most stressful of days.

Deborah Lindquist Stevie Blouse

$140 USD


One of the original “green” fashion designers, I have known Deborah Lindquist for many years and the meticulous care and environmental passion that goes into every piece she creates. On those days when I need to “look” like an Editor on Zoom meetings, this leopard blouse made from deadstock fabric

is perfect, even though I probably have sweatpants on underneath.

Jane Iredale Sugar & Butter Lip Exfoliator/Plumper

$25 USD