some reviews for Ipsy. I didn't write about it or really do a lot of videos because it was just too hard to keep up with. Every month I received a cute little bag with an assortment of products. A lot of it was strange makeup I would never use. I work from home so I don't put on makeup daily so there was another group of products I would never get to.
Friday, November 21, 2014
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There is a cute little button with information regarding a killer contest. Who doesn't need a Kindle Fire to keep or give away for Christmas!?!?! Remember this information because you'll need to decide what to do by the time you get to the bottom of this post ;)
On to my review. This is my first time reading a piece of work from NLB Horton. I was a little worried because when it was time to decide whether I wanted to review The Brothers' Keepers or not I was not aware that this was part two in a series.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Freelance writing might seem like the easiest job around. How hard can it be sitting at the computer pounding out words with a keyboard? It might seem easy, if you know proper grammar and can adapt to various writing styles. The schedule might be a little grueling and you'll need to be able to provide yourself with a good atmosphere in which to work from. There are a few questions you should ask yourself before you embark on the freelance writing journey.
Monday, November 17, 2014
Monday, November 10, 2014
How many of you remember that adorable face right there? *raise hands*
Me! I was a HUGE fan of "Growing Pains" and sat down with my family after dinner week after week to see what the Seaver's were up to. More importantly, what sort of laughs Mike was going to bring us. As I got older my pre teen crush on Kirk Cameron started to steer away from Hollywood heartthrobs as I entered teendom. But I'll never forget "show me your smile again."
The Mayo Clinic offers some great tips and ideas for coping with the holidays.
1. Acknowledge your feelings. It is OK to feel sad.
2. Reach out. Find help in others.
3. Be realistic. It is human nature to want to help others and give all that we can. Sometimes this is just not physically possible as well as humanly possible. If you feel stretched, just say no thank you. Help the person to find someone else to do it.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Fall is in the air. Leaves are crinkling under my feet everywhere I walk. Not only does it signal winter is on it's way, it also signals the start of NaNoWriMo. For those who are not familiar, NaNo is National Novel Writing Month. For the entire month of November participants are pushed to churn out a 50,000 word novel. Translation = tired fingers, overworked coffeepots, sleepless nights and hair-pulling stress levels.