Spritz some Host Defense Myco Shield Spray (for adults): Use this as a preventative or when you start to feel run down. It combines 5 different species of organic mushrooms to provide immune support. In cinnamon or peppermint flavors. $24.99 at New Canaan Healthfare, 2 Morse Court.
Have a Deep Conditioning Treatment: Rinse summer’s savage effects right out of your hair with this healthy mask and heat treatment that seals moisture back into stressed out tresses. $40 at Salon Kiklo, 126 Main Street
Take a Paddlefit or Sup Yoga Class: These workouts, which incorporate various exercises while balancing on a paddleboard, focus on core strength and whip you into shape. Available weekends through September, and reservations are required. $45 at Down Under Kayaking, 157 Rowayton Avenue
Build with Tegu Tints Wooden Blocks: A twist on old-school play, these non-toxic magnetized blocks come in colorful hues, snap into place and are the perfect gift or a take-home for your little one. Starting at $15 at DS New Canaan, 146 Elm Street
Munch on Kale Salad: Kale, apples, edamame, carrots and French green lentils make this a healthy, delicious meal. $14 at Rosie, 27 Elm Street
Drink a “Daily Detox”: A fruit-based juice that contains pear, pineapple, orange, ginger and aloe. The drink soothes digestion and goes through a cold press process, which means the juice retains almost 100% of it nutrients and stays fresh in the fridge up to 4 days. $6.25 at Green and Tonic, 1098 Post Road
Take an art class: Find therapy in creativity at one of the many Rowayton Art Center’s classes on offer, such as “Watercolor and the Landscape” or “Painting from Photographs,” to name a few. Starting around $125 for a 6-8 week session at Rowayton Arts Center, 145 Rowayton Avenue
Apply a Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask: The cure-all for skin that has seen too much sun. Ingredients promise to revive dull skin, minimize pores, detoxify and tone, increase elasticity and repair damaged tissue. What more could you ask for? $55 at Space.NK.apothercary, 36 Elm Street
Take a hike: Get some fresh air amid fields and trails and a pond, or visit a variety of wildlife including a green iguana and a western screech owl. No charge at the Darien Nature Center, 120 Brookside Road
Pick up some flowers: Research shows that having flowers around can improve emotional health and relieve stress. Pick some from your late summer garden or choose a low, compact “bedside” sized one to beautify your space. From $35 at Flowers and Flowers, 876 Post Road.