We�re not always exceedingly organized. While this Swoop Bag is great for folks with little kids (the expandable bag doubles as a play mat), it also looks like an easy and adorable place to stow miscellaneous odds and ends. $48 at swoopbags.com.
We recently tried the Perfect Lift Facial treatment ($265) at the Elysian Spa. It was amazing (totally recommend it), but the best part is that you can re-create the service at home. The spa sells the NuFACE Advanced Facial Toning Device, which uses gentle electronic waves to strengthen and tone the muscles in your face (meaning less sagging and puffy skin). $250 at Elysian Spa (11 E Walton St, 312-646-1310).
Odd confession: After seeing this industrial customizable pipe-and- salvaged wood garment rack made in-house at Haymaker Shop, we�re hoping our next apartment is lacking in closet space just so we can put this out on display. $600-$1,000 at Haymaker Shop (5507 N Clark St, 773-681-0798).
Okay, this Big Head Squirrel Feeder makes us laugh out loud. Hang it near a window, fill it with squirrel food (seeds?) and crack up when a rodent grabs a bite. He�ll look as if he�s wearing an amusement park-style cartoon-character head. Snap a pic of the moment and you�re guaranteed at least 20 likes on Instagram. $15 at mcphee.com.