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Daily Archives: September 25, 2020

My Beauty Empties

Some of my favorite posts are when bloggers do a haul of empty beauty products that they love. I really wanted to give it a try. I’m not up to the entire video haul yet but I do have a fabulous bunch of the BEST products for you. These are my tried and true and absolute favs.

  1. The Fredrick Fekkai Blowout Refresher Dry Shampoo is amazing.. A few sprays and you look like you just left a salon
  2. You have seen me post about this tanning water before.
  3. I go through jars and jars of the Beauty Counter Cleansing Balm. You have to try it. My rep is Jean Voute.
  4. I found this moisturizer at the airport. It is the best thing I can find for crows feet!!
  5. The Vitamin D shower has changed my life. I see a huge difference in my hair and skin.
  6. This is my third jar of Rodan and Fields Microdermabrasion Paste. My rep is Mary Cassell
  7. This Kevin Aucoin Highlighter is incredible…
  8. Another thing I go through bottles of, this Bliss Eye Makeup Remover.
  9. I have posted about my love for Tom Ford Beauty. It is the only makeup that literally looks like you are ready for a photoshoot.
  10. Deborah Lippmann is the only nail polish that I use.
  11. I first found this foundation in Japantown in San Fran years ago. It has an SPF of 50 and provides the best coverage. Perfect for every day.

Solving Common Household Problems

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There are a lot of lifestyle changes that come with being a homeowner. Maintaining your home is a big part of this, and it can be scary when you find yourself facing an issue for the first time. Since the weather here in the North East has been so unpredictable in the past few years, many home repairs and damages have had to be dealt with. How will you deal with this when it happens to you? Some people will freeze up and leave it up to insurance what to do, while others will take a more active approach, making mistakes along the way. To help you with this, this post will be exploring three of the most common household issues and some of the tools that can be used to solve them.

Electrical Outages

Power cuts can be frightening, leaving you in the dark and unable to use things like the internet to get help. It can be all too easy to panic in this situation, but you need to be cool, with most power cuts being caused by the fuse box in your home. When a fuse is tripped, the little switch that comes with it will move, and you need only reset it to get the power working again. Of course, though, you should always have the number of a local electrician on your phone, as this will make it much easier to get help if the fuse box isn’t the problem.


Leaks can cause huger amounts of structural damage over time, especially when materials like concrete are in the picture. You should work to combat leaks as soon as you can, and this process starts with finding the source. Open windows, fillable holes, and other small issues can usually be solved by yourself, but you may need some help if you have a bigger leak to contend with. Plumbers, roof repair companies, and even normal construction teams can deal with leaks, but only in their specific area of expertise. This makes it worth calling aground the find the right help for issues like a slab leak or roof leak.


Unwanted animal visitors can cost a small fortune to deal with when you don’t have the right resources, and this can be very scary when you experience it for the first time. Insects like mites, slugs, and other small creepy crawlies can often be removed with spray solutions that can be found online. Wasps, bees, and other dangerous bugs need to have a professional to deal with them, though. Larger animals can also be hard to manage, and this often makes it worth simply calling an expert to make sure that you don’t make a mistake that could make the situation a lot worse.

Home maintenance can be a difficult process, with many people facing challenges along the way especially in hazardous weather areas but it will all be worth it in the end. Be at ever so humble there is not place like home!!!