Showing posts from August, 2013

Pretty and Cute

Dear blog, I watch thatsheart on YouTube and she showed a picture of products that an Asian beauty company sent her. When I saw the picture I was intrigued and wanted to see the products that they offered. I did find several products that I would like to try. The name of the online store is Pretty & Cute. I have heard good things about the Asian beauty products. Their packaging is very cute, that helps when buying.

Etude House Precious Mineral Cotton Fit BB cream SPF 30.... $ 19.95
Skinfood Good Afternoon Honey Black Tea BB Cream SPF 20.... $ 12.95
Etude House Etoinette Crystal Powder.... $ 46.00
Lioele Lip Color Stick... $ 11.00
Holika Holika: Pig-Nose Clear Blackhead deep Cleansing.... $ 16.80
Holika Holika: Pig-Nose Clear Blackhead Steam Starter... $ 12.00

I would also like to try two face masks from Imomoko. They are the Beyond the God of Patches Bye-Bye to Clouded face mask and the Sagging Pores mask.


Michael Kors

Dear blog, lately I've been obsessed with Michael Kors. Recently I liked their page on Facebook and read about their lipstick line and I fell in love. I like Michael Kors because the products are so classy.

I purchased these wedges and absolutely love them, they are so comfortable.

I have been on the look out for some Michael Kors sandals or Tory Burch. I bought a pair of sandals from Tory Burch, but had to return them because they were $60 for just sandals. Also, it only had one logo on it. So I found these on sale at Dillards for $30. These sandals are very comfortable.

This purse was given to me by a friend. I love this bag; it is very large. This is more of an everyday use purse.

My husband bought this one for me. It is more of a fancy style.

This is my Michael Kors wallet that I like so much, but I would like it in the tan pattern like the purse above.

I purchased these MK earrings for my birthday. They look great.
This is my phone cover from DSW. So Classy.

Now there are oth…

Where'd You Go, Bernadette

Dear blog, about two months ago I read the book Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple. I really enjoyed this book, but it left the ending very open to interpretation. I would like to think the best happened; that the family worked out their issues, but I just don't know. Never the less, the ending did make me mad not knowing for sure, I read the ending several times making sure I didn't over look anything important. I read the book in about two days. I couldn't put it down; I had to finish it. It's funny and it keeps you on your toes through the whole story. If you have not read this book I will tell you a bit about it. The story centers on a lady named Bernadette, her daughter Bee, and husband; they live in Seattle. It starts when Bee received her report card and she asked for a trip to Antarctica. At first everyone was excited, Bernadette talks to her helper from India to get her the tickets and plan the trip. Bernadette started to learn more about Antarcti…

Blogilates and Marley Lilly

Dear blog, I have talked about blogilates several times and how much I enjoy doing the workouts. Well for the past month or so I have been in a mood to workout and I've been going to my blogilates videos on YouTube. Also, I have enjoyed watching her "eat clean" videos. I have actually tried her flourless pizza and oh my goodness it was amazing. I highly recommend you try that recipe. I will be making again. I will post pictures when I do.

Here are some of the workout videos I've been doing for lately.
Legs on Fire
Butt of Fire
Back on Fire
Also, I've done:
Butt lift and Slim thigh
Dance with me Abs

I have a product from It's the train like a beast look like a beauty tank top. Also, the gym bag.

Wish list from Marley Lilly: These products are so cute.
Monogrammed Racerback tank top
Monogrammed Pink Chained Length Bracelet
Monogrammed Mint and Coral Cuff Bracelet
Monogrammed Coral Salmon Cross Body Clutch

July Favorites

Dear blog, I'm so sorry that I'm a little late writing about my favorite books for May. For the month of May I read four books, who wouldn't? School is out and my reading list keeps getting longer. I read Emma by Jane Austin. I enjoyed the book, but it  dragged on for a while, it took some time to get to the point, but overall I loved the story. I'm a sucker for romantic novels. Following Emma I read Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. I also enjoyed this novel. It had my attention from the very beginning. The bad thing that happens to me and books that have movies made of them though, is that I try to compare the two and I always need to remind myself that they can't do it exactly the same (a perfect example is The Silver Lining Playbook). Anyway, this book made me cry, it was such a great book. I would read it again. Jane Eyre is about a girl who has no parents and is left in the care of her aunt who does not like her, she sees her as a burden. Jane lives with her fo…