World Central Kitchen

Following the most recent hurricane damage in the Bahamas due to hurricane Dorian, which is currently headed for Florida and other states along the south and east coast in the United States, I think this is a perfect time to highlight a not-for-profit organization, World Central Kitchen. While watching the news these days, it is … More World Central Kitchen

Sweat App

I am always in search of a way for me to consistently enjoy exercise. To clarify, I will never become someone who participates for marathons or can lift the biggest weights, it is not in the cards for me, but I want to enjoy exercise just enough where I can turn into one of those … More Sweat App

CBD

I do not have any degrees that would make me qualified to discuss the medical specifics of CBD, but I can talk about the changes I have noticed in my personal experience with taking CBD. CBD stands for Cannabidiol, a long word that is hard to pronounce, and a plant extract that is becoming a … More CBD

Tiger Balm

This is a quick shout out post to share the magic that is Tiger Balm. For anyone who has chronic pain (like me!), I suggest having Tiger Balm in their medicine cabinet. I struggle with back pain regularly, and although I try to stretch consistently, not lift heavy things, etc., the pain will always pop … More Tiger Balm

Dyson Hair Dryer

I used a stock photo from Sephora’s website because my own Dyson hair dryer already looks a little beat up from traveling with it. This is actually a great endorsement because I have never traveled with hair dryers before, and always used whatever hair dryer was at the hotel, until I started using this one. … More Dyson Hair Dryer

The Little Market

I had previously visited the online shop for Lauren Conrad’s The Little Market, and would briefly scroll through the items for sale, doing some online window shopping. It was not until I visited the brick and mortar location shortly after it opened in the Palisades Village that I finally purchased some items, learned more about … More The Little Market