Fangirls, I am a big fan of African Black Soap. If you haven’t tried just the soap, I highly suggest it; it’s wonderful for these wintery months because it adds a lot of moisture without making your skin greasy. My love of the bar soap must have been what prompted me to grab this mud mask when I did, even though I genuinely don’t remember buying it. I’m glad that I did, though, because I’ve been using this mask pretty much on the regular, and I’ve really been enjoying it.
I think, by now, we all know that Mint Hot Chocolate is the only way to go, with me. I love mint and chocolate (York Peppermint Patties, New Year’s Cocoa, Minty Zaki’s Mudslide, everything). It’s the best way to do chocolate; put mint in it! So when I was in a mall with a spice shop (that I knew my mother would love), I dragged her in and left with some absolutely enchanting Mint Hot Chocolate mix.
Though my hands aren’t the first thing you see when you meet me, I always try to make a good impression with them. That has led me to having a passionate love for nail polish. Much like lipstick, nail polish is something I need to not buy anymore, because I have so much of it. I think it’s a small thing that I can control in my daily life, and I need that little bit of control, the way my anxiety is.
Fangirls, this isn’t the nerdiest of drinks, but as of last night, it’s one of my favorites. We found this recipe in one of the free magazines that our grocery store gives out, and I’ve been really excited to make it.
I like to wear nice shoes, but winter always likes to mess with that. Heavy snow and salt can be a worst enemy for anyone with decently snazzy footwear, but have no fear. There’s plenty of super easy tips & tricks for how to get rid of pesky salt stains that winter likes to annoy us all with.
Fangirls, I’ve lived my life as someone who loves soap and lotion. It’s just how I am. I want my body to smell good not just because of deodorant or perfume; I want my skin to be soft and sweet. Lotions have really helped me with that, especially in the winter.
Hey Fangirls. Today we’re going to talk about a mildly unconventional villain, SAD. SAD stands for Seasonal Affective Disorder; a serious and dangerous disorder that many people suffer from.