Happy Wednesday friends! Today I’m talking more on skin and the skincare routine I’ve found that works for me. If you haven’t read my Introduction to Skincare blogpost, go check it out first to get a better understanding of why it’s SO important to invest in your skin – no matter how good or bad your skin is.
Let’s talk about skin baby, let’s talk about you and…your skin. Lol anyone else love the Riff Off scene from Pitch Perfect. Yes? Yas. So obviously my central passion lies with fashion and I love giving you guys the lowdown on it. But today I want to dedicate this blogpost to something else I’m obsessed with – skincare. Here is a complete overview and introduction to skincare.
It’s safe to say most of us are sick of this constant -5 degree weather and are wishing for summer to be back again; even though it won’t be for another four months at least. If you’re from the Midwest, or really anywhere it snows, you know it’s a lot easier to be happy in the summer *for some reason*. Seasonal depression is a real thing and there are many factors that play into this. In the summer, it’s easier to be more active, get more exposure to the sun, eat healthier (no thanks to the warm, comfort food), and feel overall better. Even though it feels like a long time until then, you don’t have to let the winter drag you down. Here are a few tips on how to beat the winter rut:
It’s a given that a girl loves her makeup routine. I mean, hello, what would life be without our holy-grail Anastasia brow pencil? At the same time, paying attention to skincare is equally, if not more, important. Seriously, you’ll thank yourself later for having a quality skincare routine in your 20s.
A delicious dessert that is healthy for you?! Uh excuse me, what? I know it is hard to believe, but this dessert recipe is yummy and healthy for you. Introducing avocado chocolate pudding: this dessert is gluten-free and vegan so it will leave your sweet tooth satisfied and feeling guilt-free.
This is how I used to make my oatmeal: I’d take an oatmeal packet with some water, heat it up and then begin to spoon tablespoons of brown sugar into it. Simple right? Although little did I know I was doing it all wrong. I used to think that my oatmeal needed a ton of sugar to actually taste good. I’ve come a long way since then. Now, I make this amazing and simple recipe and actually feel satisfied without having consumed tablespoons of refined sugar. This oatmeal recipe is sweet but has absolutely no refined sugar in it – it’s all natural sweetness.