Our HandsDown Most Binge-able TV Shows

With so much going on in the world, don’t you deserve some you-time to kick back, relax and get completely and utterly hooked on a tv series that ticks all the boxes for what reels you in? That was a rhetorical question because the answer will always be “yes, you do deserve that.”

When you’re ready to launch your next great viewing experience, you can stop endlessly scrolling through options until your eyes glaze over. Here is our list (sourced from HandsDown’s episodic entertainment enthusiasts) of supremely binge-able shows worthy of your hard-earned free time. Just remember to blink from time to time and be kind to your muscles and joints. Stand up at least once an hour, even if it’s just to get more refreshments. 

A culinary slice of life and a trip around the globe (sure to be a hit with foodies)

Somebody Feed Phil on Netflix
Recommended by Ryan, who says: I love to travel the world. I love great food and drink. I love close friends and family. This show combines these themes all in a meaningful way. And, it sure is nice to watch something that feels good these days. Check it out!

Quick synopsis: Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal (who possesses an undeniably darling personality) hits the road, meeting people and trying new foods. Often inspiring and touching, always funny and relatable.

A true crime documentary with no shortage of WTF moments

The Jinx on HBO Max

Recommended by Brendan, who says: This is one of the most fascinating and exciting docs I’ve ever seen. Not often do you get a true crime documentary where the subject (who is accused of multiple murders) participated in extensive interviews with the filmmakers.

Quick synopsis: This limited series follows the life and crimes (and yes, there are many) of real estate heir Robert Durst. Prepare yourself for some next-level wild that unfolds in real time.

An undeniably quirky, riotously funny, and incredibly quotable sitcom whose characters grow on you

Schitt’s Creek on Netflix
Simply put by user Ellyn: The. Best. Show.
Also a fave of Jenna’s, who says: My dad really wanted me to start watching this show so that we could share laughs together (so cute, right?) and I have to say, after getting through Seasons 1 + 2 I am now LOVING IT. It’s sweet, hilarious and totally binge-able.

Quick synopsis: Created by (and starring) father and son team Eugene and Dan Levy, the show follows a formerly well-off couple and their 2 disastrously spoiled adult children as they cling to their last remaining asset, a middle-of-nowhere town that forces them to reinvent themselves.

A lesser-known slice of lovely (perfect for the Anglophile animal lover)

All Creatures Great and Small on PBS

Recommended by Kate, who says: Superb storytelling and cast combined with gorgeous sets and cinematography. Always wholesome, never cringe, sometimes really funny. This show has it all, if you’re really into period dramas about country vets in northern England.

Quick synopsis: Viewers are taken along for a wholesome, heartwarming ride through English country-life that follows a group of veterinary surgeons as they cure horses, pigs and cows and the farmers and townsfolk who surround them.

A girl power gigglefest with fantastic original songs

Girls 5eva on Peacock

Recommended by Rebecca, who says: Want a show that knows exactly what it is and doesn’t take itself seriously? Want to see a Dolly Parton hallucination, as played by Tina Fey? You’ll love this.

Quick synopsis: A one-hit wonder girl group from the 1990s shoots their shot at a comeback while balancing the real life issues they now face as women of a certain age. The songs are catchy, funny and well written (thanks, Sara Bareilles)!

An Italian-language drama that takes you on one woman’s moving and gripping trip down memory lane

My Brilliant Friend on HBO Max

Recommended by Tiffany, who says: This show. Wow. It’s a slow burn and so beautifully filmed, it’s hard to believe it’s not a movie. It captures the terror of childhood and womanhood, set mostly in Naples beginning in the 1950s. Subtitles (I love). Incredible music. Gah, so good.

Quick synopsis: A coming-of-age drama that unfolds via the memories of an aging author as she reflects on one of the most important relationships of her life after learning her longtime companion has gone missing.

A diversion so perfect, they’ve made 11 installments (most with multiple seasons)

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo

Recommended by Michael, who says: This franchise is one of the most iconic shows. I’ve recommended this show to 3 people and they are now all stans of the show.

Quick synopsis: Follow the lives of the rich and (not really) famous as they go about their daily doings in various US cities. Prepare yourself for hilarity, drama and the quintessence of what it means to be catty and entitled.

A cat and mouse, edge of your seat thriller that will have you reflexively pushing Next Episode

Killing Eve on AMC+
Recommended by David, who says: [Actress] Jodie Comer’s Villanelle is among the best characters ever. 

Quick synopsis: Based on a series of novels about a spy (Sandra Oh plays Eve) who is feeling a bit over her job when she is pulled back in by a series of murders. Eager to solve the mystery and discover the killer, Eve finds that the assailant seems to be just as interested in discovering more about her.

A titillating tryst of a reality dating show (push judgment aside and just enjoy the ride)

Love Island (UK) on Hulu

Recommended by Jenna, who says: [I was introduced] to Love Island during the pandemic and it is just so fantastic. It’s kind of like if the Bachelor franchise was filled with nice people who all wanted the best for each other. It’s pure fun and I can’t wait for the next season.

Quick synopsis: Very pretty young people with fun accents move into a villa and spend the summer trying to find their special someone. Filled with twists, turns, temptation and (if they’re lucky) true love.

The true OG of drama series (add to the top of your to-be-watched list if you love gritty mob stories)

The Sopranos on HBO Max

Recommended by Claudia, who says: Absolutely insane plot points. A lot of daddy issues, even more, mommy issues, boob tattoos, people put in meat grinders, toupees, strippers dancing to yacht rock, meat-related panic attacks, therapy, and more. Reminds me of my home in a totally healthy and normal way.

Quick synopsis: Watch the titular mafioso Tony Soprano’s midlife crisis unfold as he tackles the ins and outs of married life, raising teenagers, seeing a therapist and running a crime syndicate.

Bonus pick: For the binge-watcher in training (or for when you need the TV to babysit)

Little Einsteins on Disney+

Recommended by Jenna, who says: Screen time is educational with this Disney+ show. Every episode is set to a piece of classical music, and takes place in a famous piece of art. My son has learned so much about music and stories!

Quick synopsis: 4 cartoon preschoolers explore culture, music, art, nature and science—all in a day’s work.

Once you’ve got your snacks (and possible viewing partner/s) lined up, you’ll be ready to begin your journey. We have no doubt you’ll soon be saying the inevitable “just one more episode before bed”.

Ah, Television. What a fabulous invention and pastime. Connecting most of the world via so many wires, satellite signals and subscription plans, we’re sure you have small screen obsessions that you feel should be nominated for “Best in Binge.” Share them with fellow fanatics by adding to your own list or commenting below.

HandsDown Fave Entertaining Must-Haves

Whether you’re gearing up to host your first shindig or it just feels like a lifetime since you organized your last, I think we can all agree that a refresher course is in order. Beyond the basics of plates, napkins and a solid playlist—we’ve compiled a list of recommendations from our network of real-life hosts that we hope will add ambiance, ignite inspo and help you emcee an exciting and energetic evening for your crew.

For some pre-party interior ideas to impress the incoming

Leanne Ford Interiors

Recommended by Maya, who says: Everything Leanne does is chef’s kiss— my decor inspiration spirit animal.

For room brightening, conversation starting wall candy

Wallpaper from Chasing Paper 
Recommended by Jessica, who says: This stick on wallpaper can change the entire look of a room! It’s so easy to use and cheers me up every time I see it.

For some serious (wireless) sound

Sonos One SL WiFi Speaker
Recommended by Yoni, who says: I like playing music throughout the house and this is the best way to do it. Such rich sound, no wires needed other than plugs and the sonos app is slick and compatible with Alexa.

For keeping your powder room fresh (without flame or Febreze)

P.F. Candle Co. Amber & Moss Reed Diffuser
Recommended by Sonia, who says: Best diffuser everrrrr. I fell in love with this brand because of their candles, the fragrances are earthy and not too sweet. But I’m lazy and don’t want to light candles all the time, so I replaced them all with this diffuser. People always comment how amazing our bathroom smells!

For when you need the bottle open in three seconds flat

The Rabbit Vertical Corkscrew
Listed by Cassidy, who recommends it: ‘Cause opening a bottle of wine is hard and you deserve to relax.

For keeping that bottle perfectly chilled the whole time

Vinglacé The Original Wine Chiller
Recommended by Amanda, who says: Beautiful and sleek – keeps that rosé COLD for the entire time it takes to drink the bottle. No sweat rings on the table either. It’s amazing.

For the perfect (color-coded) vino vessel

Estelle Glassware
Recommended by Sydney, who says: They’re so beautiful! Handmade in Poland. Nordstrom just picked them up as a vendor – so you can get select styles there too.

For a game night classic, without the 3 hour commitment

Monopoly Deal
Recommended by Rebecca, who says: This is my family’s most recent game-obsession. We can play five rounds in a night. Each round is quick, but we are no less competitive when playing!

And Alex, who says: All the joys of monopoly but the game takes 20-30 min!

For an obsessed-over espresso machine to keep partiers perky when the rosé runs out

Breville Barista Express Espresso Machine, Brushed Stainless Steel

Recommended by Emily, who says: Love this espresso machine. Experienced, top-quality espresso making for the novice. Can never go back to pour-overs or pods after using this.
And Lauren, who says: I bought this espresso machine when I had my second child! It’s a game changer. Fresh, hot coffee whenever you need it. I usually skip the frothed milk but that does make for a special treat. I love this because I can make a single cup of coffee!
AND Alyssa, who says: Coffee lovers, hear me out… after a couple of months, this thing pays for itself. I love the convenience of this machine and the quality of the shots (coming from an ex-barista). And it’s gorgeous just to look at 😉

For turning the coffee table into the perfect place to pontificate post-party

Flikr Mini Fire Pit
Recommended by Tiffany, who says: There’s just something about fire, right? This little guy is a favorite at our house. I’ve served toast-able apps alongside it, used it to create cozy warmth while reading in winter, and enjoyed it on the porch during summer evenings. Great gift, too.

Now that you’re prepared to unleash your inner party animal, all that’s left to do is lean back and raise a glass to yourself for putting it all together and another glass (why not?) to the good times and good company that await. Is there something truly excellent that we missed? Add your favorite party starter to your own list or comment below to share your soirée suggestions.

Our HandsDown Top 10 Serums

There’s no mystery as to why serums have taken the skincare world by storm—they’re packed with active ingredients and formulated to specifically target a wide variety of skin woes while still being a lightweight and easy addition to any day or night routine. So regardless of if your face is feeling particularly parched, tired or reactive lately, the products outlined below come highly recommended by actual users from our HandsDown community who swear by the bevy of benefits they’ve seen and felt after using them.

Read up and treat that RBF to some TLC.

A plant-based multi-tasker with 30+ “best of” awards

Vintner’s Daughter Active Botanical Serum
Recommended by Jamie, who says: Facial in a bottle. Amazing smell. Feels fancy. Worth every penny.

An antioxidant boost for thirsty, dry skin 

Joanna Vargas Daily Serum
Recommended by Rebecca, who says: My GOAT serum. It smells like cucumbers, is green and just makes my skin look better within a few days of use.

A vitamin-filled formula to help target dark spots

TruSkin Vitamin C Facial Serum
Recommended by Jane, who says: I love a good bargain, but this serum feels like a steal! I’ve tried other high end C serums, but this serum delivers a real and radiant glow for a fraction of the price. The hyaluronic acid gives a little plump to this 50 something face plus evens out skin tone. It has really toned down my melasma.

A lightly-tinted layer with sun protection for a ready-to-go glow

ILIA Beauty Super Serum Skin Tint
Recommended by Larissa, who says: Perfectly blurs and smooths skin, combining serum, SPF, and a lightweight tint that’s not a foundation, but leaves me feeling more perfected!

A revelatory roll-on to target dark circles and de-puff peepers

Lala Earth Coffee & Reishi eye serum
Recommended by Lauren, who says: Use this every night! Maybe it’s all in my head, but I really believe that it helps with my dark circles and smoothing out the crows feet. Follow her on Instagram, too, for beautiful Vermont content.

A gentle giant to clear, brighten and protect dull or demanding skin

Marie Veronique C-Therapy Serum
Recommended by Becca, who says: This serum packs a punch! Recommended by my facialist, I notice immediate results when I use this product. My skin feels full of moisture and glowy.

A hyper-hydrating dose of hyaluronic acid

Rodan + Fields Active Hydration Serum
Recommended by Sonia, who says: My current fave hyaluronic acid. Makes my skin soak up all the products I use at night. Sometimes I throw this on my cheeks during the day for extra dew.

A sworn-by splurge that targets sagging skin

Skinmedica TNS® Advanced+ Serum
Recommended by Lisa, who says: Skin rejuvenating formula improves the appearance of coarse wrinkles, fine lines, skin tone, and texture. Absolutely addressed my sagging skin!

A nourishing nectar that encourages facial de-stressing

Versed Just Breathe Clarifying Serum
Recommended by Nina, who says: Calms inflammation (the root of skin’s problems), decongests pores, and soothes redness.

A potent potion to restore luminosity and smoothness in a snap

Biossance Squalane + Lactic Acid Resurfacing Night Serum
Recommended by Annie, who says: I use this 1-2 times per week and it makes my skin feel so incredibly soft. It’s amazing!

That’s our ten cents. But with ample options out there waiting to help you achieve skincare serenity, we’re sure you have a favorite that may not yet be listed! Help fellow faces find the perfect fit by commenting below or by adding to your own Faves. Viva la visage!

Our Fave Summer Recipes

We all have a meal that has a special place in our memories that we love to share with others. There’s the one that’s a guaranteed hit at parties, the new one that you simply can’t keep to yourself, the hero meal that your kids will eat with no hesitation, and the one that takes you over at first bite and makes you do the delicious food dance involuntarily. But along with the scores of recipes you already have in your dossier of delicacies, there’s always room for new ideas and novel ingredients that will spur serene summer memories to share and enjoy with loved ones.

In addition to throwing some protein on the barbie, our HandsDown community of culinary adventurers offers some of their favorite dishes to add new zest to your kitchen repertoire and leave your foodie friends raving.

For a wholesome, comforting start to your day

Congee

Recommended by Cassandra, who says: My acupuncturist recently turned me onto Congee, a wet rice porridge usually eaten for breakfast and made with endless topping combinations… I like to top mine with sliced ginger, avocado, cilantro or basil, green onions, toasted sesame seeds and a drizzle of tamari and sesame oil. It’s so comforting and satiating. And in case you’re not yet sold, it also makes a great hangover cure 😉

For a Middle Eastern classic perfect for when you’ve got a small (or large) crowd to please

NYT Oven-Roasted Chicken Shawarma

Recommended by Ryan, who says: The recipe itself is great. But what I really love is that it’s a family tradition. Every time my boys are home, or there is a special occasion, they request this meal. I revel in their stuffing themselves, the great conversations, the fun. Pure joy.

For a light and easy, no cook, colorful, veggie-packed lunch (that’s also kid-pleasing)

Loaded Hummus Pita

Recommended by Kate, who says: Current favorite summer dinner. My 3 and 5 yr olds LOVED it too! Easy, no-cook, and super yummy.

For when you almost forgot to work some greens into your day

Eggless Caesar Salad Dressing

Recommended by Angela, who says: Addictive. I make this like 3 times a week.

For a more healthful approach to making a Mexican favorite

Avocado Black Bean Enchiladas {skinny}

Recommended by Amy, who says: My go-to recipe. Turns out well every time and a favorite of everyone who I’ve made it for. You can add meat inside, like ground beef, but I prefer it without any meat. I use 2 Trader Joe’s green salsas as the sauce: salsa verde and hatch valley salsa. Together they create a perfect medium spice.

For when you want to make a crowd pleaser from scratch and get all the “I made that” glory

Roberta’s Pizza Dough Recipe

Recommended by Jason, who says: We got started on a major homemade pizza making kick and this recipe is 100% the best. So easy, so delicious. Make it now, and tomorrow, and the day after, and the day after that…

For when you need a top-notch sauce for the aforementioned crowd pleaser

Best Slow Cooked Tomato Sauce

Recommended by Mike, who says: Simple ingredients, simple process, and tastes AMAZING! Very versatile, I use it over pasta, as a pizza sauce, or a dipping sauce. You’ll love the way your home smells as it cooks.

For that special place inside that always has room for a decadent dessert

Recommended by Paige, who says: Trader Joe’s mochi cake mix is so freaking delicious. I have used it to make chocolate cake, mochi donuts and tayaki. The regular flavor without chocolate is just as good.

Or for when you prefer a dessert that refreshes and brings the zing

Recommended by Andrew, who says: These are so delicious. I love them more tart than sweet so I hold back a bit on the sugar and increase the lemon. They turn out perfect every time. A crowd fave.

And lastly, for something to wash it all down (and keep the party—or solo party—going)

Recommended by Jamie, who says: The only way to make/drink a margarita. Add a few jalapenos or cucumbers to take it up a notch.

Et voila! Whether it’s something spicy, savory, sweet or salty that you’re craving this season—get your oven mitts out and get ready to prepare your next great meal. With food being such a strong connecting force between us all, we’d love to hear about your favorite summer dishes. Share a recipe in your own list or comment below!

Our Top 10 Fave Summer Reading List

Let’s set the scene: It’s almost a month into summer and you still haven’t found a great book to read. Maybe you’re looking for a passage so perfect it will transport you from the living room to the luxe vacation you’ve been dreaming of. Maybe that vacation is actually coming up and you need a new read to get lost in as you soak up the sun. 

Whether your preferred reading nook is the patio or the public park, the bedroom or the beach—get ready to dive in, delve deep, and dream on with our Top Ten Summer Reads sourced from the HandsDown community of readers. We hope these real-life recommendations spark your reading journey this season and beyond.

For those looking for a witchy, enchanting escape (and/or a conclusion to the popular Practical Magic saga)

The Book Of Magic: A Novel, by Alice Hoffman
Recommended by Ashley, who says: Alice Hoffman is my favorite author and a wonderful storyteller. If you love fantasy and strong female leads – you will love her.

For when you find yourself struggling with a lack of motivation (don’t worry—we’ve all been there)

I Didn’t Do the Thing Today: Letting Go of Productivity Guilt, by Madeleine Dore

Recommended by Nicky, who says: the ideas [explored in this book] will be something that I think about for years to come. Year whatever into the pandemic, I’m finding motivation hard to come by. Maybe you too? I love how Madeleine deconstructs the thinking that there is a perfect morning routine out there that will make every day a great day. Deconstructing hustle culture and disentangling productivity from self worth feel like really valuable lessons atm.

For the sentimental foodie looking for a powerful read (and a tug on the ole heartstrings)

Crying in H Mart: A Memoir, by Michelle Zauner

Recommended by Lauren, who says: One of the best books I’ve read all year. I laughed and I cried as I zoomed through this beautifully raw and charming memoir.

For the one seeking a taut thriller with tense mystery (and some mind games to boot)

Northern Spy: A Novel, by Flynn Berry

Recommended by Kelley, who says: I stayed up so late reading this Northern Ireland conflict with a realistic and powerful female protagonist. Harrowing story—so good.

For when you need a reminder to stop and smell the roses (think of it as a Redbull for your mental and emotional health)

The Book of Delights: Essays, By Ross Gay
Recommended by Anne, who says: This book is talked about in my house at least once a day. It also has added this wonderful ritual where we ask each other to share a delight of the day, which I have found delivers such a different answer than “something you’re grateful for” or “one happy thing”. Ross Gay has a wonderful voice so this book is great on audiobook as well as print form.

For philosophically-minded folks looking for something new and different (future-tech and AI enthusiasts, look no further)

Klara and the Sun: A Novel, by Kazuo Ishiguro
Recommended by Katherine, who says: Simply told, sort of sci-fi but also social critique and philosophical. This one I read in a sitting or 2 but it has stayed with me.

For some incredibly relevant social commentary (did you order a side of laughter with that?)

Lessons in Chemistry, by Bonnie Garmus
Recommended by Lisa, who says: The character, her challenges and triumphs spoke to me. I read this book in two days and couldn’t put it down. A reminder of how far we have come and just how far we have to go as professional women.

For the ones seeking some calming and meaningful perspective (aka Xanax in paper form)

Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day, by Jay Shetty

Recommended by Paige, who says: There are a few books that I reread every year and now I’m adding this one to my list. It’s insightful and inspiring. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

For a series of personal reflections bound to comfort, delight and inspire (and make you feel all the feels)

These Precious Days, by Ann Patchett

Recommended by Emily, who says: Ann Patchett is a queen. Every sentence in this book is pure gold.

The Midnight Library, by Matt Haig

Recommended by Anne, who says: Just a great story, engaging, heartbreaking and heartwarming.

Also recommended by HandsDown founder, Jenna, who raves: Just read it. Trust me. It’s an adventurous, dream-like novel that makes you think about your life in a way you never have before. Thanks Mom for recommending it!

There you have it! We think this is a great starter list with something for everyone. We hope you find one that immerses and amazes you. If you’re already knee-deep in another book, add it to your own list and let others know what makes it a winner. Enjoy the weather and wherever these books find you. Or better yet—wherever they take you!

Our HandsDown Top 10 Sunscreens

Summer is here! Time to treat ourselves to park picnics, beach days and all the fun in the sun we can fit into these blissfully long days. It’s also time to treat our skin (the body’s largest organ!) to one of the most important steps in self care—sunscreen. Seriously, derms across the board suggest you practice safe-sunning and don’t leave home without it. But where to start? If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the myriad options available at your local drugstore, Sephora and on Amazon, fret not! We sourced our HandsDown community for authentic, unfiltered reviews of coveted SPF-packed products for all skin types and every need.

For when you want a one-and-done moisturizer with protection

Eucerin Daily Protection Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Sunscreen Moisturizing Face Lotion
Recommended by Nina, who says: Light and not gunky, has SPF, plays well with makeup.

For the skincare obsessed

Dermalogica Skinperfect Primer with SPF 30

Recommended by Andrea, who says: I love this sunscreen! It’s a hybrid of sun protection and skincare which is totally my vibe. I dig that it’s light, goes on smoothly, it’s not oily and works great under makeup.

For those who loathe lotion

Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery Sunscreen SPF 50

Recommended by Joanna, who says: My go-to Japanese sunscreen. An alcohol-based sunscreen that doesn’t leave any sticky residue. It’s perfect for everyday wear!

For redness-prone skin in need of some TLC

Dr Jart+ Cicapair Color Correcting Treatment

Recommended by Cassidy, who dubs this product: “Skincare’s Sacrament of Reconciliation”

For the frequent flyer or the one who’s always on the move

This portable, travel-friendly stick is recommended by Phoebe, who says: Makes you look dewey and is insanely protective even though it feels light!

For sensitive-skinned sun-soakers with a tendency toward breakouts

EltaMD UV Clear Broad-Spectrum SPF 46

Recommended by Kendra, who says: I F***ING LOVE THIS SUNSCREEN (can you curse on here?) To be fair I’m pasty—But HIDE YOUR SKIN FROM THE SUN. Future you will thank you. Fo realz.

For those looking for luminosity and a touch of added oomph

Supergoop Glowscreen SPF 40

Recommended by Olivia, who says: I legit wear this EVERY DAY. It’s the perfect amount of glow. I wear it alone for a natural look or mix it with foundation for a fuller coverage. I’m on my 4th bottle, this stuff is the best!

Another happy user, Katie, says: This product is the perfect combination of SPF protection, light coverage, and glow. My go-to minimal makeup routine is Glow Screen + mascara + chapstick. 👌

For serious safety without the weight 

La Roche-Posay Anthelios Melt-In Milk Sunscreen SPF 60

Recommended by Maya, who says: This sunscreen [for face and body] sits beautifully and nicely enhances any makeup you put on top. The product melts into the skin instead of sitting on top, and keeps you super protected. Not today sun, not today.

For the one who likes to keep things natural 

Alba Botanica Sensitive Mineral Suncreen Lotion SPF 30

Recommended by Nina K., who says: We are done with chemical sunscreen in this house, especially with young humans having sensitive skin. It was time to go back to basics with a mineral version and this one is as lightweight as it gets for mineral sunscreen. Bring on the sun! ☀️

For those with ample screen time

Colleen Rothschild Triple Defense Broad Spectrum SPF 40

Recommended by Sydney, who says: Protects against blue light too – plus the price point is killer!

Bonus pick! For a bit of extra refuge from the rays

Mini Compact Umbrella with UV Protection & Rain Protection

Recommended by Sonia, who says: I used to carry around fabric sunbrellas but was recently introduced to these awesome tiny SPF umbrellas. They fold up and are light enough to carry all day for sun protection.

How did we do? With so many skin concerns and so many products out there, we’re curious to hear if we missed any of your personal picks for playing defense against the sun! Leave a comment and update your own HandsDown list with your faves and saves and what makes them great. Sharing is caring!