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Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love.

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1.    Why porn and destroying a name are the same thingBefore you read this essay, bear in mind that it was written long before any of the current American political events.

2.    For older women with breast cancer, surgery may not be the best option.

3.    This paleo pumpkin loaf is perfect for a fall festival party.

4.    Why kids want things.

5.    Fall’s best cookbooks.

6.    The Vampire facial becomes a real horror as spa clients face HIV testing.

7.    How to stay warm on a long haul flight.

8.    What to do if your phone or tablet won’t charge.

9.    Why raising kids around grandparents is beneficial.

10.  The TSA is also plagued by a “toxic” workplace culture where senior officials’ misconduct goes unpunished and those who threaten to speak out face retaliation, according to a report.

11.  What you need to know about the FAA Reauthorization Bill.

12.  Try Kelly’s Buttermilk Biscuits recipe this weekend.

13.  FlightsFrom.com is one of those powerful online tools that makes finding the best flights easier.

14.  Typhus reaches epidemic levels in parts of Los Angeles.

15.  36 hours in Nashville.

16.  5 places to go in San José, Costa Rica.

17.  An investigation has found that a large number of Trip Advisor reviews on the site seem to have been uploaded by websites which offer glowing praise for a fee.

18.  These gluten-free crab cakes are easy to prepare.

19.  Loneliness is a serious health problem. The lonely are not just sadder; they are unhealthier and die younger.

20.  The 100 best songs of Q3 2018.

21.  Why facts don’t change people’s minds.

22.  The 100 greatest places to experience this year.

23.  How to get free Kindle books with your library card.

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My Favorite Things

My Favorite Things

The latest installment of products I’m currently enjoying or coveting. I hope you find some inspiration for your gift giving and some new things to discover for yourself!

1.    DIANE JAMES SILK FLOWERS: The prettiest silk arrangements for your home.

2.    CULT GAIA ARK BAG: My favorite bag that goes with everything.

3:    SHASHI EAR JACKET: I get lots of compliments on these earrings.

4.    SWEET LAURELThe recipes are grain-free, gluten-free and dairy-free. The recipes focus on using a few ingredients to create wholesome and delicious desserts. If you are looking for a simpler way to bake or dealing with food restrictions, this book is for you. The cake recipes are my favorite.

5.    NATIVE UNION MARBLE iPHONE AND iWATCH DOCK: I recently purchased this marble charging station for my iPhone and iWatch. I love the sleek design.

6.    MOTHER JEANS: My new go-to denim brand. The high-rise waist is my favorite style.

7.    STASHER REUSABLE FOOD STORAGE BAGS: I pack a lot of food to eat when I travel. The Stasher bags do not take up a lot of space and allow me to heat food on the road. Stasher bags are safe for use in the microwave, a standard oven, or a pot of boiling water up to 400F. Stasher can take the heat, the cold, and anything else your kitchen dishes out. Thanks to the patented airtight seal, all of your food’s nutrients, flavors and juices stay locked in.

8.    LOVE STAMP:  The Love postage stamp for USPS “Love Flourishes” is designed by Anna Rifle Bond. She is the founder of Rifle Paper Company in Orlando, Florida.

9.    BISCUIT BEDDING: I love the beautiful floral patterns. The sheets are also very high quality.

10.  RESTORE SINUS SPRAY: Since the neti-pot did not work for me, I was happy to find a solution for occasional allergies. Restore Sinus Spray is designed to help you cleanse, soothe, and hydrate the delicate membranes lining your nasal passages.

Start your daily beauty and hygiene regimen by gently flushing your sinuses with Restore’s proprietary blend of trace minerals suspended in purified water. It’s the perfect rinse for the dust, pollen, and other airborne particulates and irritants we are exposed to in our daily environment.

11.  FOUR THINGS PERSONALIZED TOTE: You can customize your own tote.

12.  QUIP ELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH: I like to travel with an electric tooth brush. The Quip design is light weight and battery operated.

What are some of your favorite things? Tell me in the comments.

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Link Love

Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love.

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Note: Links are not endorsements and do not necessarily represent my opinion.

1.    The best coffee in every state.

2.    The secret, complex world of boys’ friendships, and how parents can navigate it.

3.    12 things to know about Lyme disease.

4.    9 places to sell your clothing for cash.

5.    The mid-life unraveling.  The basis is that “Midlife” is not a crisis.

6.    A survival checklist for your next trip to New York City.

7.    45 tools you should own.

8.    The first-timer’s guide to what to pack for a cruise.

9.    It is “only a matter of time” until a commercial aircraft is hacked, the Department of Homeland Security and other US government agencies have warned.

10.  The Bachelorette makeup artist shares how Becca Kufrin’s makeup always looks perfect.

11.  Inside Bachelorette Becca Kufin’s coveted closet.

12.   The case for commuting Alice Johnson’s sentence and many other nonviolent offenders also deserve freedom and a second chance..

13.  Getting help for postpartum depression.

14.  A summer reading guide for kids.

15.  What’s going on in your child’s brain when you read them a story.

16.  How to recognize the challenges of your unmarried single friends.

17.  3 simple steps that stop you from being a pushover.

18.  Signs of low calcium and what to do about it.

19.  The murder of Mickey Bryan, a quiet fourth-grade teacher, stunned her small Texas town. Then her husband, a beloved high school principal, was charged with killing her. Did he do it, or had there been a terrible mistake?  Part I and Part II is here.

20.  The owner of Bird Bakery in Texas shares her popular banana pudding recipe.

Question of the Day:

What books are you planning to read this summer? I’m looking forward to reading The Lost Vintage by Anh Mah.

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Link Love

link love

Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love.

P.S. Download the Pocket App or Feedly to save articles to read later offline.

Note: Links are not endorsements and do not necessarily represent my opinion.

1.    These tips will change the way you shop at Trader Joe’s.

2.    Why Right to Try is way better than just wait to die.

3.    The problem with buying cheap stuff online.

4.    Try this healthier version of chicken enchiladas.

5.    The best way to sign off on your emails.

6.    Colorectal cancer screening should start at age 45 not 50.

7.    36 hours in Sacramento.

8.    How to use Instagram as a travel guide.

9.    What we know about the alleged sex trafficking cult, NXIVM.

10.  Meghan Markle’s facialist says Meghan does this face massage regularly.

11.  The unedited footage on The Bachelor finale was a lie according to Arie  Luyendyk.

12.  Meghan Markle’s makeup artist shares the products used for her wedding.

13.  The Korean sunscreen Meghan Markle used on her wedding day.

14.  Why no one answers their phone anymore.

15.  An update from the makers of WP Thyroid and Naturethroid.

16.  Why CarMax makes more money on used cars than any other.

17.  Use the Washington Post’s vacation finder to plan your next trip.

18.  What’s the deal with the food at TJ Maxx?

19.  Understanding how iCloud stores data.

20.  The funny life of David Sedaris.

21.  What is considered a normal cholesterol level?

22.  A guide to cell phones and international travel.

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Link Love

link love

Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love.

P.S. Download the Pocket App or Feedly to save articles to read later offline.

Note: Links are not endorsements and do not necessarily represent my opinion.

1.    This note from one of the freed North Korean hostages is powerful.

2.    The best food guide to Rome.

3.    How to prepare your smartphone for travel this summer.

4.    How to conquer cystic acne.

5.    How to maintain sibling relationships.

6.    A week of salads to eat.

7.    How to stay safe on public wifi networks.

8.    How to survive your 40s.

9.    Many have contracted Lyme disease over the last decade. How to stay tick-free this summer.

10.  The best brunches in America.

11.  Save this Houston travel guide to plan your next layover.

12.  Over 35, single, and childless truly does have its own kind of grief, especially on holidays. Whether you’re single or married it’s worth a read, either to better understand your own struggles or another’s.

13.  What happens to hormones after 35.

14.  5 awesome features of the latest Google Maps update.

15.  Amazon’s fake review problem.

16.  Is free Spotify really worth it?

17.  Make these traditional sour dough pancakes this weekend.

18.  10 important things to know about celiac disease.

19.  How to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding.

20.  Brazilian cheese bread made without grains and dairy that tastes good!

21.  5 cheapish things to help you with spring cleaning.

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Link Love

Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love.

P.S. Download the Pocket App or Feedly to save articles to read later offline.

Note: Links are not endorsements and do not necessarily represent my opinion.

1.    A fantastic Dallas travel guide.

2.    A beginner’s guide to traveling on your own.

3.    The Menopause-Alzheimer’s connection.

4.    In LA, celebrities and professional athletes are trying exotic, and sometimes unproven, techniques for injury recovery and prevention, such as  hyperbaric chambers, cryotherapy, compression therapy and IV drip.

5.    How one person dissolved her fibroadenoma without surgery. A fibroadenoma is type of breast cyst.

6.    Every single place to eat in Houston now.

7.    What it was like to finally write a will.

8.    High heels are the worse and why women are finally ditching them.

9.    How to avoid a renovation nightmare.

10.  5 Instagram pro tips.

11.  These gluten-free and dairy-free cross-hatch cookies are delicious.

12.  A long but worthwhile read on a con man.

13.   Michelle McNamara wrote the book on the Golden State Killer until she died. Some think her work led to his arrest. Sadly, she didn’t live to see the arrest that took place this week.

14.  The budget airline flying under the radar.

15.  10 tips for creating a glamorous entertaining space.

16.  How to save when you don’t have much to save.

17.  Hero pilot saw flying as a ministry.

18.  Hair loss and your thyroid.

Link Love

link love

Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love.

P.S. Download the Pocket App or Feedly to save articles to read later offline.

Note: Links are not endorsements and do not necessarily represent my opinion.

1.    The last conversation you’ll ever need to have about eating right. This is great!

2.    How to keep Facebook from over sharing your information.

3.    Airdrop is iPhone’s most underrated tool.

4.    This French Onion Soup recipe is so good.

5.    The do’s and don’ts of being interviewed.

6.    The best women’s running clothes for every kind of weather.

7.    Why long haul flights expose flight crews and passengers to radiation.

8.    Five tips for blocking spam from your inbox.

9.    A terrific guide to Dublin.

10.  The 5 red flags of deception in email.

11.  The Bachelor Makeup artist shares on set beauty secrets.

12.  Are you easily discouraged? A psychologist says it all comes down to this one thing.

13.  Introvert friendly tips for the dreaded first date.

14.  The original Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe.

15.  Private clinics in Germany sell cancer patients hope  and mixed results at exorbitant prices.

16.  How to spend 48 hours in Memphis.

17.  The top three things you need to know about storage.

18.  The ultimate printable party planning checklist.

19.  A step by step guide for flower arranging.

20.  Here are the ages you peak for almost everything in your life.

21.  I like Kristin Cavallari’s spinach artichoke dip.

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My Favorite Beauty Products

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My Favorite Beauty Products

Here’s a roundup of some of my favorite beauty products.

1.    GRANDE COSMETICS GRANDEBROW FILL: GrandeBrow FILL is a tinted brush-on gel made with fibers and peptides. The gel adheres to even the finest hairs, leaving them fuller and more defined with a single application. This helps to shape and build your brows leaving them looking natural, while filling in thinning areas. Available in Light & Dark Shades. This is my secret to filling in my brows naturally.

2.    BRAVON MAGNETIC EYE PRIMER: I have tried lots of eye primers and this one is my favorite. Sometimes I just apply the eye primer and do not wear any eyeshadow. It makes the eyes look that good. It is the secret to flawless eye makeup application that will last for hours.

Bravon Beauty was founded by Bravon Pascua. He’s also a former model and was the International Makeup Artist and Trainer for Bare Escentuals. This brand has a similar price range but has much higher-quality products. 

Bravon’s cosmetics are paraben-free and have been composed using high performance, professional grade formulations.

3.    BRAVON BEAUTY PIGMENT EYESHADOWS: The colors are beautiful and stay on all day. I work in an industry that requires makeup for very long days. I need a product that does not crease, flake or irritate my eyes.

Be sure to follow Bravon Beauty on social media for makeup tips.

4.    ESSIE GEL COUTURE POLISH: I switched to Essie Gel Couture Polish for my at home manicures. It lasts longer than regular polish and is easy to apply. My favorite color is Perfectly Poised. I apply two coats of polish followed by Essie Gel Couture Top Coat.

5.    DERMA ROLLER 0.25 MM SKIN PEN: Dermaroller is a hand-held Microneedling roller with a surface of tiny needles. It helps to reduce acne scars and large pores. The Derma Roller is a far less intrusive version of the micro-needling procedure that costs hundreds of dollars for a single treatment. My makeup looks better since I started using the Derma Roller. The Derma Roller 0.25 is for beginners.

You need to replace a Derma Roller used on the face after around ten uses to keep treatment as efficient as possible.

6.    STIMULATE HONEYCOMB BATH MITT: I use this bath mitt in the shower. It’s made of thermoplastic urethane, so it’s long lasting, antifungal, antibacterial and quick drying.

7.    VANITY GIRL HOLLYWOOD TRAVEL SIZE MAKEUP MIRROR: I use the Vanity Girl Hollywood makeup mirror to apply my makeup in hotel rooms. Since I work early mornings sometimes, natural light is not available so this mirror really helps. It’s about the size of a tablet with soft dimmable lighting.

I use the full size Vanity Girl Mirror at home.

8.    INVISIBOBBLE HAIR TIE: I use these hair ties instead of the ribbon ties that tend to break my hair. The Invisibobble hair ties do not crimp my hair like a regular hair tie would.

9.    DYSON HAIR DRYER: I switched to the Dyson hair dryer. I think it’s better than Harry Josh. Dyson’s new model is quieter and less damaging to the hair, thanks to its intelligent heat control system, plus it looks pretty, too. I always travel with my hairdryer. It’s not worth damaging my hair with a cheap hotel version.

10.  SHOWER CAP: Yes, this is the chicest shower cap ever.  The beautiful designs are an upgrade from the tacky, ruffled, hair protectors of days past.

11.  EXTENSIONOLOGY HAIR EXTENSIONS: This line of hair extensions look so natural. They were designed by Anh Co Tran and Johnny Ramirez of the famous Hollywood Ramirez Tran Salon. After dealing with coloring extensions to match their clients’ hair color, Anh and Johnny decided to create their own pre-colored extensions. The extensions come in two different lengths, 18 inches and 20 inches. These extensions aren’t as fine as standard extensions. Instead, they’re a mix of European and Asian hair. The extensions need to be retaped every 2-3 months. The hair itself lasts six months to a year.

12.  SHEILA STOTTS WOOD HANDLE APPLICATION BRUSH: This brush was created for people with extensions since extensions tangle so easily, but the secret is that this brush is amazing on all types of hair. Since our hair is the most delicate when it’s wet, using a brush that’s gentle on the follicles and scalp is key. This brush doesn’t pull and break the hair, and it lasts longer than the plastic versions by other brands.

What are some of your favorite beauty products?

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Link Love

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Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love.

P.S. Download the Pocket App or Feedly to save articles to read later offline.

Note: Links are not endorsements and do not necessarily represent my opinion.

1.     How to spot teenage depression.

2.    The wife of the Pulse night-club shooter goes on trial.

3.    Is there plastic particles in your water bottle? Yes, very likely.

4.    Meet the baker behind the Mrs. Fields empire.

5.    How sincere is The Bachelor franchise?

6.    How to gain power at work when you have none.

7.    What does it mean to die?

8.    How Bachelor contestants get camera ready.

9.    24 hours in Bachelor nation.

10.  Inside the opioid crisis.

11.  How to help children sleep better.

12.  How to care for dry winter hair.

13.  If you don’t have children, what do you leave behind?

14.  How to stop annoying robocalls on your smart phone.

15.  All the details of Chip and Joanna Gaines’ new restaurant.

16.  Tips for blocking spam from your inbox.

17.  A playlist of 100 great songs by artists performing at SXSW 2018.

18.  Why your pharmacist can’t tell you you’re $20 prescription could cost only $8.

19.  How to create covers for Instagram stories highlights.

20.  People are putting oil in their coffee to lose weight.

21.  The keys to raising a happy child.

22.  How to travel with children.

23.  The one thing that protects a laptop after it’s been stolen.

What notable things did you read this week?

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Link Love

link love

Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love.

P.S. Download the Pocket App or Feedly to save articles to read later offline.

Note: Links are not endorsements and do not necessarily represent my opinion.

1.    Remembering the legacy of Billy Graham.

2.    The faith of the super bowl champions.

3.    A detailed Barcelona travel guide.

4.    Here’s what it means if your plane is labeled for ETOPS.

5.    The 5 best podcast apps for apple and android.

6.    How to prepare your community for a disaster.

7.    Jimmy Buffet does not live the Jimmy Buffet lifestyle.

8.    How sponsored content is changing social media.

9.    This story of the worst roommate ever has gone viral and the Internet’s terrified.

10.  How to stop rushing into love.

11.  These pineapple ginger wellness shots taste good and are good for you.

12.  Black Panther director Ryan Coogler penned an emotional letter thanking fans for coming out to watch and support the new Marvel movie, which has shattered multiple box office records.

13.  The science of dealing with toxic people.

14.  Are Household cleaning products causing lung cancer?

15.  When it’s your first wedding, but your partner’s second.

16.  An extensive guide to LA’s Koreatown.

17.  An NBC Bay Area Investigation reveals a dangerous concoction of drug needles, garbage, and feces lining the streets of downtown San Francisco. The Investigative Unit surveyed more than 150 blocks, including some of the city’s top tourist destinations, and discovered conditions that are now being compared to some of the worst slums in the world.

18.  Ranchers set to fight back against vegetarian fake meat. I don’t buy these brands. The fake meat tastes awful.

19.  Should there be armed security guards and teachers at every school?

20.  Tim Tebow’s Night to Shine prom inspire special-needs people and their families.

21.  This is the most popular cake recipe on Pinterest.

22. Check out Jennifer Anniston’s home in Los Angeles home.

23.  The care and keeping of bacon grease.

24.  The history of queso dip and how Chipotle got it wrong.

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Link Love

link loveHere are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love.

1.    ‘The Crown’ season 2 syllabus. ‘The Crown’: what to remember before watching Season 2. ‘The Crown’: a look back at Season 1 and the history behind it.

2.    Why do we fall in love with one person and not another? A brain-based personality test helps people understand themselves better and why they are attracted to certain other personality types

3.    10 ways to keep kids entertained during travel.

4.    Nicole Davidge of Southern Shutter, out of Hammond, LA shares her LSU birthday party bash.

5.    Where all the grandparenting books?

6.    A new kind of tech job emphasizes skills not a college degree.

7.    Find out what tech tools frequent travelers should pack.

8.    Inside the new world of funeral styling.

9.    The best travel security apps.

10.  The case for trying really hard to make friends as an adult.

11.  Skin cancers are rising and so are questionable treatments.

12.  Another study suggests women using birth control pills and I.U.D.s that release hormones face a higher risk for breast cancer.

13.  The future of online shopping is finally here and it’s not Amazon.

14.  The best online password managers to lock down accounts.

15.  All of the terms of service agreements that you didn’t read.

16.  Everything you ever wanted to know about at home microneedling.

17.  Love these baking tips.

18.  What to do when a personal crisis is hurting your professional life.

19.  Veteran food blogger David Lebovitz on his new book and Bay Area beginnings.

20.  These Italian hazelnut cookies are delicious.

21.  Why trying new things is so hard to do.

22.  This fantasy fudge recipe is perfect for holiday parties.

And I’d love to know what are you baking this holiday season?

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Link Love

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Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of link love. Have a great weekend, friends!

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1.    Airlines redesigning uniforms find out how difficult it is.

2.    What you need to know about your passport.

3.    The very best wireless ear buds for active people.

4.    How breastfeeding lowers a women’s risk of heart disease.

5.    How to browse the web and leave no trace.

6.    Understanding the power of color in your wardrobe.

7.    36 hours in Birmingham, Alabama.

8.    Southwest Airlines gets serious about Hawaii.

9.    This app lets you check out library books free.

10.  Don’t make these difficult mistakes when writing emails plus a template for writing good emails, even when it’s difficult.

11.  The 10 physical skills every man should master.

12.  101 books to dive into this summer.

13.  A collection of brownie recipes.

14.  What it really means when you give someone a low ride-share review.

15.  The secret to small talk.

16.  Why we need a national conversation about the opioid crisis.

17.  The apology critics want to teach you how to say sorry. In apologies, saying “I’m sorry” matters less than taking responsibility: “I know I did something that hurt you” or “This is my problem and I’m going to fix it.”

18.  An open letter to parents with highly sensitive children.

19.  The wellness epidemic.

20.  The best natural anti-androgen treatments for Hirsutism (facial hair).

21.  This chocolate peanut butter pie sounds delicious.

22.  Some great podcasts for kids.

23.  LSU’s Kramer Robertson’s mom (and Baylor women’s basketball coach) Kim Mulkey on life, sports and Kramer’s hair.

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Link Love: What I’m Reading This Week

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Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. Hope you enjoy this edition of Link Love. Have a great weekend, friends!

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