5 Things I’m Loving This Week

Our social media guru, Rachel Hickey, shares her current favorite things in Indianapolis in this week's 5 Things I'm Loving.
5 Things I'm Loving


I recently discovered New Day Craft’s Lavender Lemon Mead Spritzer and it’s officially my summer drink. It’s made with real ginger and hibiscus flowers, and comes in the cutest can (I’m all about the aesthetic of what I’m drinking). While you can enjoy it on its own, I’m pouring mine over ice and adding in some vodka to kick it up a notch. You can buy a four-pack of cans at Fountain Square Brewery for $10.

1301 Barth Ave., (317) 493-1410


Everyone needs a little me-time, and these Bliss Bags from Goodnight Nine at Nine + Roxy have everything you need for an evening of self-care. I also love that the products inside are organic and all-natural—buy it for yourself or as a gift for your girlfriends. Don’t blame me when you walk into her store and want to pick up one of everything!

751 Hanover Place, Carmel, (317) 459-7604


You can never have enough bags, and when I saw The Penny from Howl and Hide I knew I had to have it. This purse is not only a cute crossbody but also doubles as a hip bag. I won’t lie, I’ve been checking their website for the launch of this almost every day. Available soon!

1651 English Ave., www.howlandhidesupply.com


Salted Caramel and Sage, Backyard Mint Mojito, Coffee Chip, Passionfruit…these are just some of the flavors you’ll find from Lick Ice Cream that will keep you coming back week after week for another pint. They use organic dairy and local ingredients to make their irresistible small batch ice cream. I pick mine up from the Broad Ripple Farmers Market on Saturday mornings.

1125 E Brookside Ave., Suite C-7B, (317) 979-0237


If you’re not ready to get back into the gym, but still want to get in a good workout at home, I found the program for you. Kathleen Post has put together a series of 20-35 minute workouts—with her trainer, Mark Morgan from Fit Flex Fly—that you can do at home with minimal equipment required. They’re short and sweet but challenging, and you can do them anywhere.

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