It’s still a hot summer around the Midwest but lately we’ve been getting great little breaks from the heat with cool non-stop rainy days. It’s really wonderful! And after weeks of 100+ degree days, I’m not going to complain that I need an umbrella and continually soak my flats. Of course, I will under no circumstances really ever complain about rain. And all of the back and forth means that sometimes I want nothing more than a cold ice tea to keep me refreshed after being outside in the heat and that other times I really just want to curl up with a hot tea and a good book (I’m devouring Harry Potter at the moment!). This week’s tea time is perfect for the hot sunny followed by cool rainy weather and even better preparation for Fall.

Allow me to demonstrate the awesome power of Freakers which will keep your hot tea hot.

And your cold drinks cold.

 And you looking fashionably accessorized.

Er, well, maybe Charlie Brown isn’t quite the fashion icon of our century, but people can’t seem to get enough of chevron so you can still justify it. Right?

Even better, the knit design also keeps your hands dry while you relax.

Their makers describe Freakers as a “one-size-fits-all knit koozie that functionally makes your beverage feel special. Presented in myriad of prismatic designs; the Freaker is a strong, tight knit that keeps your liquids insulated in style!” They are available at and all priced at a very affordable $8.

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