HH November Picks

Posted by Jenny Tellier on

As the last yellowing leaves fall, you're going to find us gathering around tables lit with candles, topped with wine and surrounded by friends.

This November, we're turning to anything that nurtures our body just a little more - homemade broths, eye serum, hip-hop and the search for the perfect vintage bench. 


Julie: Monastery Rose Cleansing Oil This is the holy grail of cleansers for cool months. Natureofthings Superlative Balm Wowza! Mmann Magic Stix candles are always burning.

Jenny: Natureofthings Restorative Floral Bath My bath smells so good and my skin is so soft afterwards - such a treat. Province Apothecary Moisturizing Cleanser + Makeup Remover, Tata Harper Restorative Eye Crèam, and I'm loving the glow I get after using Living Libations Jewel Dab

Tara: Everist Waterless Shampoo Concentrate and The Hair Routine Balancing Conditioner, I'm loving this combo. And rotating between all three of The Hair Routine Treatment Masks. Noto Rooted Oil Roller is a staple in my purse right now. And our new Basil, Peppermint and Blood Orange Hand Soap & Body Wash makes me happy every time I use it.

Rachel: Graydon Aloe Milk Cleanser and Province Apothecary Rejuvenating + Hydrating Face Serum These are both perfectly gentle and hydrating, my skincare staples for fall.

Jenna: Rahua Voluminous Shampoo for a good scalp cleanse and Rahua Hydration Conditioner to nourish my ends in the colder weather. Coveting Monastery Attar Floral Repair Concentrate to envelop my skin with hydration this winter.

Nat: Tata Harper Superkind Bio-Barrier Serum, Monastery Flora Botanical Cream Serum, F. Miller Eye Oil All these for a creamy layered skincare routine. For a nighttime pick-me-up, I will run a bath with our Health Hut Bubble Bath in Eucalyptus, Vetiver, Petitgrain and pop on the Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask!


Nat: Watching the leaves change at High Park with a good book and jasmine tea.

Rachel: Long walks through Cedarvale Ravine, vintage furniture hunting for our new apartment, and cozy dinners with friends.

Jenna: Getting cozy on the couch with movies from the 90s and early 2000s and discovering new makeup trends on TikTok.

Jenny: Going to see the Kent Monkman show at the ROM.

Tara: Celebrating! We have so many fall birthdays in our family so it's lots of delicious meals, wine and catching up.

Julie: Escaping to a cottage for the weekend.


Rachel: Let me Tell You What I Mean by Joan Didion

Tara: Acts of Service by Lillian Fishman

Jenny: Detransition, Baby by Torrey Peters

Nat: Motherthing by Ainslie Hogarth

Julie: The House Across the Lake by Riley Sager

Jenna: Finally, put down the personal development books and picked up a fantasy novel this month, A Court Of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas. It’s been fun to escape into another realm for a moment.


Rachel: Hearty stews and salads with fresh produce from the Wychwood Farmers Market (sweet potatoes, kale, squash, and more).

Tara: Warm bowls of pasta with bread from Forno Cultura.

Jenna: Playa Cabana’s veggie enchiladas, the dish is comforting, filling and topped with crisp fresh veggies. Oh, and it comes with the best guacamole I’ve ever had!

Jenny: Brewing green tea in the morning and Moroccan lentil soup in the evenings.

Nat: Homemade broth!

Julie: Lots of soups and a roast chicken dinner on Sundays - my new fave fall thing.


Tara: Midnights by Taylor Swift and Jazz Mix on Spotify

Nat: Hugo by Loyle Carner

Jenny: The new season of The Great Woman Artists Podcast with Katy Hessel

Jenna: Songs of Sonder by Dermont Kennedy

Rachel: Enjoying Julia Jacklin's latest album Pre Pleasure and Taylor's Midnights is of course on rotation.

Julie: The darker seasons get me back into classical, lately it's been Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet


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