Over the past month or so I’ve been keeping a mental list of things to mention on this blog. These things are small and need no more then a word or two about why they are awesome or suck. Here is that list. 1. JEERS to the U.S. Postal Service. When you are running a
Maybe time has altered my memories but I swear that in some grade school health class where changes to our soon to be adolescent bodies were discussed, acne was presented as something that came along with being a teenager. No one mentioned that acne can be for life. Through experience, I now know that acne
Recently my husband had an odor issue that we spent months troubleshooting. We tried EVERYTHING. A last ditch effort before making a doctor appointment, I purchased crystal body deodorant for my husband. Low and behold, it worked! Turns out the smell good in deodorants can cling to the not-smell-good, leaving an odor impossible to remove
The last time I got a haircut I went with this darling cut Ginnifer Goodwin has been sporting: I’ve LOVED this haircut and am sure that I’ll return to it at some point. Right now, I’m toying with the idea of growing my hair out for Locks of Love or some similar program. Clearly I
I’ve been watching an awful lot of True Blood lately. And because I like being behind the times, I’m only on Season 2 (no spoilers!). Watching a show about small townsfolk in hot, humid Louisiana mingling with chilly, pale vampires has become my perfect antidote to the relentless triple digit weather we’ve been having lately.
When I was pregnant last year and didn’t know the gender I read Cinderella Ate My Daughter after hearing about it on NPR during the drive in to work (Cinderella Ate My Daughter : NPR). The description immediately captured some of the concerns I have about our little girls. Femininity seems to have only a few
Last Saturday I had the opportunity to attend a Laura Mercier makeup event at a local Nordstrom. Along with showing me a bunch of products from their line the artist’s were generous with their tips. My favorite learning point was the “tightline” technique demonstrated in this video: Laura Mercier How To’s: Defining Eyes with Tightline