After hearing so much about Bouchon Bakery in Beverly Hills, was delighted to receive this goodie bonanza at a recent event and can now attest to the fact that they do, indeed, have some amazing macarons here. The sugar cookies and the flavored popcorn were great but those macarons hit just the right spot!
Chanced upon a brand new product and am mighty glad I did. I would have probably never thought to buy it on my own so being introduced to something this fab is great. I am always on the lookout for products that I can use as I travel or am on the go given how crazy life can be sometimes so this product is just perfect! Enough of a build-up already? I'm talking about Not Your Mother's® Way to Grow™ Leave-In Conditioner!
Mighty excited to find this cutesy in my mailbox today when least expected! Something fun about a surprise like this sitting there just waiting for you...not very often in my adult life that I've gotten gifts that I enrolled for myself, ha! So here goes...
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Stop by ModCloth’s next pop-up event at the Pioneer Place in Portland, Oregon. From July 1st through July 31st, you can see, touch, and try on some of their latest and greatest styles! One of my favorite places to shop and excited to share with you as well. Enjoy!
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I had the opportunity to read a review copy of a Island Journeys, a book on how the island way of life impacts one's life at home and away.
The very mention of islands has me thinking of beautiful beaches and lively weather, a resort trip, scenes of carnival and calypso music playing. Images of cricket teams and Machel Montano singing. A getaway from every day life elsewhere in the world.
But the author Carlisle Richardson, a native of St Kitts and Nevis, is quick to point out that there is more to these island states that meets the eye. “I understand why tropical islands are sometimes considered paradise,” he says. A United Nations economic-affairs officer, he shares,“As a native islander, I feel and believe in this sentiment myself. But I also know that island living presents challenges that are much more complex than lying in the sand or enjoying a cool island breeze.”
Sharing a few products that I love. Some are affiliate links, some are not, some I was introduced to and some I happened to chance upon. Enjoy!