EcoTools Konjac Pure Complexion Sponge - For months I've been dying to try a Konjac sponge, but kept passing it up because of the $18 price tag. Last week at Target I saw this one for $4.79 and thought I'd give it a try. The sponge is very rough when dry, but as soon as… Continue reading Friday Favorites July 3
As the 4th of July approaches here in the United States we celebrate our freedom and independence as a country. Yet, all of us know that this Holiday means so much more then that. Besides the patriotic aspect, I also look at the celebration of freedom on more of a personal level.For myself, feeling mentally… Continue reading How to Establish Mental Freedom
Lately I have not felt like myself, and have not had much motivation to blog. Right now I'm in one of those ruts where it's very difficult to motivate myself to do anything, especially school work. I'm burned out. Art school is demanding. No matter how creative you are or how much you love art,… Continue reading Stop feeling badly about yourself
After months of wanting to get my hands on the Too Faced Nashville Nudes palette, my Husband purchased it for me as an Easter present. The colors are light and very feminine. As with any Too Faced palette, it does not disappoint! The quality and pigment of colors is excellent. My only complaint is that… Continue reading Review Too Faced Country Nashville Nudes Eye Shadow Collection
So honored to be interviewed by http://omgimthirty.com/
We’re thrilled to bring you the third interview in our series, “Portrait of a Thirtysomething.” This time we were lucky enough to get the fabulous Jamie Wiley, of the blog Sincerely, Miss Design, to agree to be interviewed. Jamie’s got an inspiring story that reminds us that you can change the course of your life at any point and that’s it’s never too late for a new path. I also loved what she had to say about toxic relationships…Read on!
Name/Age/Location: Jamie Wiley, 32, Allentown Pennsylvania
Occupation: Real Estate Appraisal Coordinator (aka Glorified Secretary) and full time Graphic Design student
What’s the accomplishment you’re most proud of in your 30s so far?
By the time I was 31 I came to the realization that the things I wanted career wise were not just going to fall into my lap. When I graduated college 13 years ago I…
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