This Diaper Cream is NOT ONLY just for when baby already has a rash, but to PREVENT it from ever happening! Mustela has added avocado perseose to the beloved Zinc Oxide for a groundbreaking new cream, a must for first-time moms and veteran mama bears a-like.
2017 is the YEAR OF GREEN! A symbol of revitalization. What better way to rejuvenate than to start a new year with clean beauty products made with high-quality ingredients/ derived from nature?
This is also a great option for those of you in the autoimmune community whom may deal with diabetes, candida, or other health issues that may deter you from the most commonly “natural lip scrubs” which contain sugar.
Whether you’re seeking healthier – more vibrant skin, optimal joint health, or an overall boost in healing, Vital Proteins has a bottled-up powerhouse that can help!
Friends, say hello to my new baby ^. We’ve been wanting to make the switch from today’s chemical-ridden, go-to, pre-coated “non-stick” pans, to the seemingly old-fashioned choice in the kitchen, CAST IRON. I don’t know why, but it’s like I was procrastinating and “waiting for the right moment” to make the switch. Maybe it was because I wanted that moment of meeting my very own/first EVER cast iron skillet, to be perfect (that’s a foodie’s life problem for ya right there). Or perhaps I was just intimidated by the differences in cooking with, caring for, and routine I’d have to learn and adapt to. Well, whatever it was, I’m over it. Hubby & I picked up this beauty from Whole Foods yesterday, and I’m in love. I chose a Lodge Cast Iron grill pan. We are habitual steak-eaters, so this seemed like a perfect introduction in to the cast iron world. Now if you’re a cast iron newbie, like I am, here are a few reasons why you may want to look in to this “way-of-life”: Cast Iron …
#OOTD : Worldwide Statement Pieces, + where to find!
When I was preparing for my first birthing experience (over two years ago now), I packed way too much and brought too many unnecessary items in my hospital bag. . . now as I near my second child, I have comprised my ultimate (minimalist) list.
Many of the things that can help re-center, re-new, and strengthen, include the following:
At a point in my late teen years, I was one signature away from joining the Peace Corps. But before that spec of time, there was my younger teen years, a period in which I was heavily engrossed in International Affairs. Most of my interest was embedded with Africa. I dreamt of being a U.N. Goodwill Ambassador and traveling to Northern Africa. My family thought I was crazy because where I wanted to specifically make an impact (Sudan), was at the time, in a state of crisis – with a western region (Darfur) being described as one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. After sharing all of that, I must note that my personal backlog is not what is important here. What’s important is that with the ever-growing, widespread participation of developing countries in World Trade, and the partnering interests of Americans with such communities, I see a glimpse of hope. A hope that through social enterprises (like the one being featured in this article), there can be an “increase of economic opportunity” to empower …
These sister owners and designers have a unique and artistic way of adding worldly depth and dimension to any vignette or space.