Friday, July 24, 2015


Hello everyone! I know it has been awhile and I highly apologize for my absence. Hopefully within the next couple of weeks I can get back onto a more flexible schedule. I can't wait to start posting regularly again and I have so much news to share! For now I have a review on a lovely exfoliate that was sent to me a few weeks ago. 

This exfoliate is by OZ Naturals and a few key ingredients include: lactic acid, B5, and green tea extract. One thing I especially love about this product is it's 90% organic and 100% natural.There are only 5 ingredients which is amazing especially when comparing this to other brands. I was reassured that there weren't any harsh ingredients being applied to my face. It's a powder consistency and for use, just add a little bit of water to make a paste. Allow it to sit for 5 minutes so the lactic acid can penetrate the skin.

While using this, the paste was not too rough and didn't cause any irritation to my skin. My skin did peel a little after using it for several weeks which seemed like a normal component to removing old skin cells. My skin wasn't unusually dried out and appears to be a little brighter. Hopefully I will see even greater results in the weeks to come!

Purchase here if interested!

Rate 5/5

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Have a Wonderful Day! 

Friday, July 10, 2015


Two weeks ago I finally graduated from college with my bachelors degree. Ever since then life has been coming at me faster than ever and sometimes it's difficult to keep up. In less than a month my lease will be ending and I'm currently on the hunt for a job while interning. It's a little stressful at times, but I know it will be worth it in the end.

The transition from being a full time student to post graduate status is such a difference. It's crazy to think that I won't have any more tests to take, textbooks to buy, or classes to show up to. No more treacherous walks in the winter to class or having to carry my life with me when I have hours in between classes. On the other hand it means working full-time, moving again, and basically figuring out the rest of my life.  

Now that I'm entering complete adulthood I've realized that there are several things I've taken advantage of. First is time. I feel like I never have time for anything anymore. In actuality I do, I'm just poor at managing it. Who doesn't want time to do things they love even if it seems small? It's a work in progress to say the least. Next thing I've taken advantage of is sleep. Now I'm going to bed at 9 or 10 to ensure I'm not cranky in the morning. There's that saying, "sleep is for the weak" but honestly everyone needs sleep. You can still be successful while having a good night's rest. You'll probably even be happier!

For those of you just beginning college, take advantage of all the opportunities that come your way. Looking back I wish I would have been more involved and taken more chances at things being offered. Four more years may seem like a long time, but I promise it will go by fast and once it's gone that's it. Mistakes will be made along the way but that's apart of life and learning. A quote I love that relates to this is, "Never regret. If it's good, it's wonderful. If it's bad it's experience."


Have a Wonderful Day!