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Hangover Sucks Lozenges
What: Sometimes you get your swerve on a little too much. Ease your mind and tummy with the ginger, raspberry, or lime suckers ($4.50) developed by a registered nurse.
Why: Basically, they get your glucose levels up — like drinking a Coke but with less sugar and calories.
Where: Online at hangoversucks.com.
Laura’s Gourmet Granola
What: Don’t take crunchy advice from errant hippies; take it from us. These rolled oats ($8) come with a hint of salt that adds the perfect savory touch and perform well drenched in milk or mixed with yogurt.
Why: New flavor AppleLicious joins honey roasted peanut, pumpkin pecan, and vanilla almond.
Where: Online at laurasgourmet.com.
What: In her new book ($10), author Elizabeth Kerri Mahon explores the lives and loves of some of history’s more notorious gals, from the sexy Cleopatra to the foulmouthed Calamity Jane to genius crooner Billie Holiday.
Why: You’ve been known to raise a ruckus yourself.
Where: Online at amazon.com.
The Art of ReUse Contest
What: Green Is Universal and DIY wunderkind Etsy are challenging you to repurpose and upcycle home decor, fashion, jewelry, gadgets, and more.
Why: Besides your light carbon footprint? A trip for four to Universal Studios.
Where: Sign up thru Apr. 8 online at greenisuniversal-reuse.com.
Big Ruby Nail Decals
What: It’s time for your standard manicure to go the way of the beeper. Press on stickers ($12 for ten) for digits that proudly display garden, cosmic, mod, and bird motifs.
Why: Your 10-year-old niece’s iPad won’t seem so special after a look at these babies.
Where: Online at bigrubytattoos.com.
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