This past weekend flew by, but I did manage to get a few things crossed off my to-do list. I planned on doing some much overdue Spring cleaning but didn’t get to that. I did, however, manage a Target run, scored a few great wardrobe finds at T.J. Maxx (including some blush pink peep toe booties).
In between sipping on some strawberry margaritas, I caught up with some bill organizing and other misc paperwork. There have been some great beauty sales the past few weeks, and while I should be refraining, I can’t help but grab a few things. The It Cosmetics Friends & Family Sale starts today, and I wanted to share with you a few products I have loved lately.
One of my favorite sayings is “when we know better, we do better.” A few years ago I started making significant changes in the type of food I eat due to concerns with GMO’s and a host of other not so good things that may be in our food. While making changes, albeit small ones is good, I knew that I had to start making changes beyond the kitchen.As my life is shifting, I thought this would be a good time to start sharing some of the clean and green brands I have been using. I am not a 100% convert yet, but ultimately I would like to overhaul all areas of my life to be less toxic.
Real Purity is a natural line that uses high quality botanical and plant-derived ingredients. I tried a variety of products from the line from body care to hair care to the cosmetics.
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Troy Maxson, a former Negro-league baseball player, played magnificently by Denzel Washington is fighting with bitterness, emotional detachment and the struggles of providing for his family in 1950’s Pittsburgh. As the story unfolds, it becomes apparent that despite mistakes, and under layers of frustration, resentment, and anger Troy loves his family.
Just a few minutes into the movie adaptation of the August Wilson Play FENCES, and I was captivated. A real ensemble cast of relatable characters this film will take you through a range of emotions.
Take a quick look at the trailer.
“Some people build fences to keep people out, and other people build fences to keep people in.”