Fangirls, I bought this soap from a farmer’s market in Vermont over a year ago, and I did”t get a chance to use it until recently. I have too much soap. But I’m glad I finally got to this beauty because it smells amazing, is lasting quite some time, and lathers fabulously. I can’t get enough of it.
Fangirls. I’m always down to try new lip-wear. I love my lipsticks and chapsticks more than anything, and I try desperately not to stick with just one brad. But lately I’ve been living on the safe side with my Baby brand chapsticks. So when I saw Lip Freak at Ulta the other day, I figured, why not? I gave it a whirl, and loved it far more than I expected to.
“It’s Just a wee sheep stomach!” Nope, not anymore. Hey Fangirls, this week we’ve got something that I’ve been excited to try since I first saw Brave; a vegetarian dish inspired by Haggis. Haggis is typically a dish made in sheep stomach, but for gals like me, that’s even more unappealing than to your average human. Being vegetarian means finding protein in places other than meat, but I know very few people who don’t experiment with food to find new ways to get their main courses other than frozen fake meat burgers. So I found a recipe online for Vegetarian Haggis, and went for it!
A couple weeks ago, I had the opportunity to use Put Me In The Story to, well, put me in a story. Put Me In The Story is a company that works with big companies (like Marvel) and authors, to make books that are more immersive and interactive. I’m so grateful for this opportunity; I’ve never felt so important while reading a book!
Hey Fangirls! I’ve got this cool app that one of my Starkid fan friends suggested to me: Evil Apples.