Book Club: The Keeper of Lost Things

Sign up for the Friendlier Reading Experience with the Friendlier podcast! Cocktail We sip on Trader Joe's rhubarb and strawberry soda with Caledonia Spirits Barr Hill Gin. Kelsey's wall calendar and cardinal glasses are by Charley Harper. The Keeper of Lost Things We read and really enjoyed Ruth Hogan's The... Read more →

6 Things Happy Couples Do & Reckless Golf Carts

Join us for our next book club episode when we read The Keeper of Lost Things, airing February 28. Cocktail Ginny Weasley: Barr Hill gin, freshly squeezed orange juice, Iconic Cocktail ginga syrup. Thanks for naming the cocktail, Abby of Friendlier! 6 Things Happy Things Do We each share our... Read more →

Surviving the Cold Season & Bag Situations

Join us for our next book club when we read The Keeper of Lost Things. Immunity cocktail: a hot cup of fox tea (Trader Joe's fall harvest tea) and a shot of homemade elderberry syrup Surviving cold and flu season We chat about how our immune systems are holding up... Read more →

Etiquette & Napkins in Your Lap

Cocktail Prim & Proper: Iconic Cocktail Cranberry Thyme mixer, ginger beer, and fresh lime juice. Etiquette Kelsey's manners are inspired by the Deep South and Erica's by the buttoned up Midwest. We chat about the manners we learned and saw modeled growing up, the etiquette rules we follow (and break)... Read more →

Book Club 11: The Night Circus

Cocktail Cocktail des RĂªves: gin, spiced honey from Iconic Cocktail Co., Luxardo cherry juice, and cherry garnish. The Night Circus We discuss Erin Morgenstern's intriguing book The Night Circus which paints the world in black, white, and magic. Other books we mentioned: The Ocean at the End of the Lane... Read more →

Scary Stuff & Biscuit Cans

Drink We enjoy a seasonal favorite, the Four Peaks Pumpkin Porter. Stupid stuff we're scared of We're revealing what scared us as kids, how we feel about scary movies, the stupid stuff still scares us as adults, and how we cope. "If you can open a biscuit can without flinching... Read more →