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MyBod Wellness Virtual Coaching
What: Sign up then sign on to Skype-style Pilates, yoga, and wellness sessions with Brooklyn-based Denise Posnak (she’s studied Alexander Technique, Feldenkrais, classic Pilates, and more) and crew.
Why: Kick things off with a free fifteen-minute consult then book time whenever — and wherever — works best.
Where: Available at mybodwellness.com, $270 for six sessions.
What: A gifting service that’s a dream come true for sweets fiends and those who are sweet on them.
Why: Send a candy “wish” to let giftees pick half- and quarter-pound bags of classics (mini jawbreakers, Juju Bees), seasonal flavors (harvest candy corn, conversation hearts), and more.
Where: Available at sugarwish.com, $25-$65.
Ladies Who Lunch Jewelry
What: The mini L.A.-based collection toes the line between Uptown (faceted glass and resin stones, gold and crystal bangles) and Downtown (spikes galore) cool.
Why: Cheeky founders (and The Smoking Nuns co-bloggers) Dani Killam and Blair George base palettes on everything from macarons and whiskey to ashed cigars and rare steak.
Where: Preorder at georgeandlaurel.com, $60-$150.
What: Based in NYC, the indie source brings a holy label mix (Kathleen Whitaker, Woman by Common Projects, Kaelen, and the like) to global style hunters.
Why: Use code DCxSP for 20 percent off all purchases thru Jan. 17.
Where: Available at spiritualameri.ca, $45-$1,000.
What: Stream albums ahead of their release dates with the influential music site’s new (and free) service.
Why: Take Fade (a.k.a. Yo La Tengo’s latest, available Jan. 14) for an early spin around your living room and feast your eyes on exclusive visuals and trippy graphics as you bop.
Where: Available at pitchfork.com/advance.
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