For years, my friends have been telling me about how wonderful their Clarisonic is and how I should just hurry up already and buy one. But, I’m a Taurus. I’m very stubborn. I’m always like, “Why do you have to be so bougie? Why is a washcloth not enough for you?” because I mean, come on, this line sells anywhere from $100 to $200. Do we really need to add something like that to our routine? I’ve been using Shiseido‘s manual brush for… Continue reading | 11 Comments
May was a really busy month for me too. I had to fly down to Nashville to get my car and the frugs. This trip turned into a much longer trip than expected (over half the month). I was doing well with my purchases but being there for so long, I had to pick up a few staples. And then there were a few bored trips to Ulta where I bought some really weird stuff like body stamps and colored zinc for my
I usually love creating gift guides but I’m going to tell you that putting together a Mother’s Day one is my least favorites. These are so hard for me because these Mother’s Day guides are meant to encompass women of child-bearing years and beyond. I find most Mother’s Day gift guides sort of offensive in that regard. I mean, it’s mothers. That’s a diverse group; yet, it’s a group worth creating a gift guide for. I shall not be intimidated So, when I do these… Continue reading
CeraVe is one of my favorite skincare lines. In fact, it may be my favorite skincare line. Most of the products are gentle and the line is affordable. I’ve also had numerous dermatologists recommend that I use CeraVe products for every skin problem that I’ve ever had (dryness, eczema, acne). Since these products come recommended to me by people with much more skincare education than me AND that these products work for me when I use them, I trust this brand. Whenever they launch a new product, I’m eager… Continue reading | 10 Comments
Moxi is happy February is over too.
February is always my least favorite month of the year. It coincides with my “over it” feelings that I usually get during winter. I have to keep telling myself that once February is over that winter has no other choice than to get out. It’s no longer welcome. Historically February is never an “easy” month for me. We try to not make any life-changing decisions during that month because it’s usually some response to SAD. I’m pretty sure that I… Continue reading | 29 Comments