I am so sorry that I’ve been MIA for over a week. I fully intended on publishing a few blog posts during my trip to southern California with Michelle and Stephanie, but I got distracted by the gorgeous beach views and In-N-Out animal style cheeseburgers.
When I need to look good for an event or a date, I don’t take any chances – I wear a dress. Dresses have a magical ability to highlight your best features and hide your problem areas. Plus, you don’t have to worry about styling an outfit. Simply throw on a dress, add a killer pair of heels and a statement necklace, and you’re good to go.
Note: If you are not sure why this blog post is open in your browser, your girlfriend/wife/mom/etc is definitely giving you a not-so-subtle hint about what she wants for Valentine’s Day.
Whether you’re single or taken, Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to show the people in your life how much you care.
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When my hair is freshly washed and styled, I feel like I can conquer the world. There’s something about clean, bouncy, and voluminous hair that gives me an extra boost of confidence. The problem is that I only wash my hair three times a week, which means that my hair is not clean, bouncy, or voluminous for the majority of the week.
My husband and I have a hard time disconnecting from work. We both have a tendency to overfill our schedules, and we haven’t quite learned how to say no as often as we should. I’ll admit that I am far worse than my husband when it comes to these problems, but let’s just say we both inherited the workaholic gene.
This year, I’m committed to making big changes in my life. I’ve spent the past week brainstorming all of my goals for the year, and while I probably have 1000 micro-goals in mind, the main theme of the year is developing better habits in all areas of my life- including my beauty routine.