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

Anthropologie Bags

I do not know if Anthropologie actually changed up the style of their bags recently, or if I just started taking notice all of a sudden, but I have become obsessed with their line of purses, totes, clutches, etc. I was gifted two tops for Christmas from Anthropologie that did not fit, and I returned … More Anthropologie Bags