I don’t think I know anyone that celebrates Valentine’s Day. Do you? I don’t mean to sound like a grump. It’s a weird holiday that I think only exists to sell stuff to regions that don’t really do Lunar New Year celebrations. Honestly, I only put together these gift guides because it gives me an excuse to talk about rose-scented things, champagne and other things that I like. I’m not here to diss things that give me joy. It’s winter. We need joy!
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The Lipstick League – week of 1.23.17
Question of the Week: Which fragrance have you been wearing the most this winter? (If you don’t wear fragrance, tell us about the body lotion or body wash you’ve been using the most this winter.)
EauMG’s Answer: This winter has been more boring that winters of the past. Frankly, I haven’t felt like wearing perfume. I’ve been sampling new things but at night, I’ve been keeping it classic/comfortable with perfumes like Chanel Coco and
The Lipstick League – week of 12.5.16
Question of the Week: Name three skincare products (face and/or body) that are staples for you in cold weather months.
EauMG’s Answer: My cold weather staples are so boring. I like simple, nourishing products. For my body, I’m a huge fan of CeraVe Moisturizing Cream. There’s no way that my lips can go through winter without Aquaphor. When my skin needs extra moisture, I like to use Paula’s Choice Renewal Oil
Pretty winter day in Jersey City.
January was an eventful month. I entertained. I was entertained. I lived through a blizzard. I got a lot of stuff done.
I had a Turkish friend staying with us. This forced me to do things which made me fall back in love with living on the East Coast. We ate and drank. We went to see Kinky Boots with America’s sweetheart Wayne Brady. He’s a great singer and dancer (which I already knew)… Continue reading | 19 Comments
We had a really laid back Christmas. Actually, this was the first time we even celebrated in our eleven years of marriage. I think with the big changes that occurred with the move, we felt this need to grasp onto something familiar, like a tradition. David actually bought a little blue tree and covered it with little blue glitter ornaments and a little white star. I joke that the capitalism of New York will eventually consume you…and it does. For the first time ever… Continue reading | 7 Comments