I mentioned in a post a little who ago that I recently found out that I have something called a Baker’s Cyst in my left knee. More specifically, in the back of it, which I find quite interesting considering all of the pain in my knee is in the front, but the human body doesn’t … More Need a knee brace? Look no further
Oily skin, speaking from experience, is a bit of a blessing and a curse. Oily skin is beneficial in the sense that ageing and wrinkles, down the road, are diminished if one has oily skin because the skin is typically quite hydrated. Oily skin can be a real pain in the ass in the sense … More If you have oily skin, read this
Unless you are just emerging from the darkest, furthest corner of an abandoned cave, it is highly probable that you are familiar with Amazon. In case you are just emerging from such a cave, Amazon is an online shopping platform that carries just about anything you could possibly think of for quite reasonable prices and … More Recognizing the dangerous convenience of Amazon
I’m at a point in my life in which I’ve grown rather tired of meticulously filling in and carving out my eyebrows to enable them to look as though they grow perfectly on my face. It’s time consuming, frustrating, and, for me, personally, somewhat stupid. I decided to embrace a more natural eyebrow look this … More e.l.f. Wow Brow: a hidden gem
Being low in iron is something that a heck of a lot of us are all too familiar with. I couldn’t count the number of folks I know who use daily iron supplements, myself included, and I’m willing to bet there are a lot more people I know using this form of supplement than I’m … More Looking for an iron supplement? Read this
There are a few simple things in live that bring me joy. Falling asleep to the sound of a thunderstorm, curling up with a good book and a cozy blanket, and having a warm bath on a cold winter evening, to give some examples. Oh, and ‘Vikings.’ That’s another one. When I say ‘Vikings,’ I’m … More A moment of appreciation for ‘Vikings’
Hiccups are something likely just about all of us have experienced at one point or another in life. If you share the same feelings towards hiccups that I do, we can agree that they are some of the most irritating things to deal with, and they often overstay their welcome. Normally, I get hiccups when … More Do you suffer from hiccups? Read this
While this post will be a review of an item I recently purchased, this particular review will be a little bit different than the ones I normally offer to all of you, my beloved and so very appreciated readers. My review posts convey my own opinion of whatever it is I am reviewing, but for … More Are SAXX underwear worth the money?
I was reading a Buzzfeed article not too long ago listing some of the best beauty and hygiene products that Amazon has to offer. Sometimes, the products featured in these sorts of articles can be pretty neat, so I tend to scroll through them from time to time. One of the items the article recommended … More So, do zit patches actually work? Click here to find out
As someone who thoroughly appreciates and enjoys the aesthetic pleasures of plants but seemingly manages to kill them despite my best efforts, fake plants are a must. They’re pretty awesome when you consider the fact they are impossible to kill, look great, and require zero maintenance, which makes them a safe bet for anyone out … More Need some fake plants? Check out IKEA
Before I get a new asshole ripped into me by anyone who reads the title of this and decides to lambast me because Amazon has slaughtered the success of so many small businesses, hear me out. I’ve written about the significance of supporting small businesses numerous times here on my blog, and I’ve also discussed … More Read this to find out why Amazon is worth supporting
I wrote a post the other day about satin pillowcases and whether or not they’re worth investing in. I explained in this post how I’ve been hearing an awful lot about both satin and silk pillowcases and how they’re a game changer for those of us who make use of them regarding hair and skin. … More Satin pillowcases: worth the money?
I’ve been meaning to get around to purchasing a portable speaker for myself for quite some time now. Unfortunately, procrastination has reared its ugly head as I’ve been relying on borrowing my sisters speaker whenever I’m in need of it, but now that I am in the process of renovating a house, I figured it … More In need of a portable speaker? Look no further
Supporting small businesses and small business owners is something rather near and dear to my heart. I credit my passion for supporting and buying local to my sister; she is a small business owner, and seeing the amount of dedication, time, effort and sacrifice that goes into owning a small business is not something that … More Support local this Christmas
I first heard about scalp massagers a while ago, and to be honest, I sort of thought they were a gimmick. I failed to see the purpose of a device that claimed to massage your head when our fingers could achieve the same outcome, and so I wrote the idea off for quite some time. … More Have you used a shampoo scalp massager?
I recently stumbled across a Buzzfeed article sharing some of the niftiest gadgets and gizmos to hit the market this year. I thought it might be sort of fun to share some of these gadgets with you, because let’s face it, who doesn’t appreciate browsing through inventive objects most of us likely will never use? … More Here are some of the hottest 2020 gadgets
When the concept of wireless headphones was first introduced by Apple, I recall thinking to myself how innovative the idea was. Being someone who works on a farm, listening to music can be tricky and also hazardous when you’re using a piece of machinery and have a wire dangling down your front. I thought wireless … More Want AirPods but not the price? Get these instead
I’ve been an avid Fitbit user for quite some time now. I own the Alta HR slim band model and have been using it for a few years, and for the most part, it’s been a good investment. At least it was until the band started to rip. I went through four different bands for … More Fitbit versus ANEKEN: which is better?
I’ve had my fair share of bad luck with diffusers. I’ve gone through two in the past year, one of which seriously ruined the top piece of my Maple dresser on my room because it had a fit and somewhat exploded all over the wood. So, I’ve been looking for a durable, decently priced one, … More Product review: VicTsing’s Mini Essential Oil Diffuser
I realize the title of this post is a little dramatic. Perhaps even slightly hyperbolic. However, the question is one worth raising with online shopping trends as of late, and I think it’s worth exploring, too. I’ll be completely honest in stating that I rely on online shopping relatively frequently. I have never been a … More Is online shopping taking over the world?
I’ve come to the conclusion, the older I get, that my ears hate me. Okay, that’s a bit dramatic. Perhaps I should say I’ve come to the conclusion that my ears are ridiculously sensitive and tend to reject just about every earring I’ve ever tried wearing. I had my helix’s pierced last summer, and as … More Sensitive ears? Try labret earrings
When I initially saw the trailer for Netflix’s Triple Frontier, I immediately made a mental note to be sure to watch this movie. Starring Ben Affleck as Tom, Charlie Hunnam as William Miller, Garrett Hedlund as Ben Miller, Pedro Pascal as Franciso Morales, and Oscar Isaac as Santiago Garcia, I had high expectation from this … More Film review: Triple Frontier
I would bet money that a majority of women my age have heard of or have seen ads for the Aztec Secret – Indian Healing Clay Skin Care Powder. This stuff has been around for a while now, and from what I have seen, most of the people who use it swear by its cleansing … More Product review: Aztec Secret – Indian Healing Clay Skin Care Powder