I probably visit Courtney's blog everyday. She formally worked at Coach and now earns money blogging. She has a very unique style and has helped me form my own new style after having my second child. I first discovered her on Instagram: @ColorMeCourtney. She has me shopping at Macy's & Old Navy. Truth be told Macy's outfits look better on Courtney than on the selected models. You have to check her out!
I first purchased their all purpose cleaner, the pink grapefruit scent, from Home Depot. Their products are natural, non-toxic, and biodegradable. Since then I've purchased their lime+sea salt and French lavender scented all purpose cleaner from Harris Teeter. I've also used their body washes, the surfside scent from Harris Teeter and my favorite, the white tea scent from Publix. They also have candles, air fresheners, hand wash, laundry detergent, and dish soap.
I have used their shampoos, conditioners, and Argan oil. My favorite this week is the coconut miracle oil lotion with vanilla bean extract. It is creamy and keeps my skin super soft and moisturized. It is THE best lotion have used, ever. Pushing Palmer's Cocoa Butter to second place, at least in my book. So, if you have super dry skin I recommend this.
1. Baby Breeza Formula Pro One Step Bottle Maker
Okay this is like the Keurig, but for babies. Why didn't anyone get this for me at my baby shower? My best friend is having a baby and she is due February 2017. She added this item to her Target baby registry. I had to order this for my son. He was breastfed for a few months, but we now use formula for him. FYI I was late to the Keurig party because I didn't start drinking/craving coffee until I got pregnant with my son last year. Anyways, this is a great product!
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My sister tagged me in this video on Facebook and I was not prepared to laugh so hard. I am 24 weeks pregnant and I almost went into labor from laughing so hysterically. I watched it just before bedtime, but I was ready to get up and drive to Walmart and purchase a Patti Labelle pie. Find him on Facebook: James Wright Chanel
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So, I was looking for a wig that looked natural and I saw this one on EBay. I turned to my natural hair YouTubers for reviews. After watching several I decided to purchase it. I bought the Vanessa La Jay wig from BlackHairSpray.com and I spent less than $30 total after taxes and shipping. It got here in about 3 days. I usually purchase wigs from HairSisters, but I couldn't find it on there. Anyways...it looks and feels natural. It is a big wig. I didn't brush or add anything to the wig. I just put it on and use my fingers to get it just how I want it. This is a half wig, but I am wearing it as a full right now. The color of the one I have on is a 1. I usually get highlights, but I wasn't sure if it would look natural or not. But, I will definitely go for it next time. I have been natural for years now, but I recently did the big chop again. It's a great wig for transitioning and protective styling. I highly recommend it.
During the summer of 2013 I had the chance to visit my 2nd favorite city, Washington, D.C. After completing a trolley tour my family and I were looking for a place that everyone could eat. I was a pregnant vegan who was hot, tired, and hungry. Despite all that I was enjoying myself. My friend wanted me to meet him at a Vegan restaurant, but I couldn't find it or him and I needed to eat right away. We walked to the next block and I saw an advertisement for a green wrap in a window. They sold vegan food and had chicken for my non vegan family members. My family swears they didn't like it, but they ate everything they ordered. I'm sure if they didn't know it was vegan they would have loved it, lol. Anyways...I created my own green wrap filled with quinoa, avocado, corn, chickpeas, cucumbers, red onions, tomatoes, olive oil, and balsamic vinaigrette wrapped in kale. I loved it and if there were one in my hometown Wilmington, North Carolina; I'm sure I'd eat there quite a few times a week. The closest one to me is 4 hours away in Charlotte, N.C.
Freshii has other menu items like rice bowls, salads, burritos, soups, frozen yogurts, juices, and smoothies. They even serve breakfast. They have locations in other popular cities like Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, and Houston. Click here for more locations. They also cater and have franchise opportunities.
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This company is based out of Chesapeake, Virginia; but they've recently expanded to my hometown in North Carolina. They sell handbags and cups that can be monogrammed. I purchased a handbag from them recently for under $30. I opted out of getting it monogrammed, not for any specific reason, I just liked it as it was. The handbags are very durable and come in lots of colors and sizes. Some can be used as travel bags or diaper bags.
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So, I decided to add a category called, "Favorite Things." It can be found to the right of the website. It's basically products I've tried and loved. My not so favorite things along with some favorites can be found under, "Reviews" to the right.
I'll start with a product called, "Ergo-joy." A man stopped me in the mall and guided me over to his kiosk and insisted that I put the Ergo-joy insoles in my shoes. I tried them on and they were quite comfortable, but I left that day without making a purchase. A few months later I started a job that had concrete floors and I began to experience foot, leg and back pain. I remembered the Ergo-joy product and went back to the mall to buy. Within a few days I noticed great improvement. My pain had gone away and I could continue to work without downing pain killers everyday.
I recommend this product to anyone looking for insoles. Their website lists benefits of the product, such as: