Month: December 2014

Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer – Worth It!

A cosmetic product that I absolutely love – an I’m-on-a-deserted-island-what-3-items-would-I-want-with-me – is Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer from It Cosmetics. I can not believe how well this product works! My background in concealer usage goes back over 30 years. When I began wearing make-up I chose to wear lipgloss and concealer. The need was to cover

How to Finance a New Home

A very happy change is coming to a member of my family.  The purchase of a new home!  Not only will there be a new year to welcome, a new address and neighborhood is coming into the mix.  Have you been looking for a new place to call your own?  If you are considering buying

5 New Money Saving Tips For The New Year

The New Year is quickly approaching.  This is a perfect time to look for new ways to trim monthly budgets after the added expenses of the holiday season. (Your gift-giving might have been very generous and cutting costs is more of a necessity.  ;-> )  While it may seem hard to decide which monthly expenses

Early Signs Of Pregnancy

You know.  You just know that something is happening.  You can sense something’s… different.  When my husband and I were ready to start a family it was an incredible realization when that “little voice”, my intuition was right.  I was pregnant.  Did you experience this as well? When you and your partner are trying to conceive

How Did The Instyler Tulip Do? My Review

  I’ve loved playing with lotions and potions for the face and body, make-up and hair products since I was oh-let’s-see, maybe since I was 13 and started wearing Maybelline roller ball lip gloss and giving my friends facials at sleepovers.   Now that I’m in the blogging world I’m happy to share with my lovely readers

4 Surprising Ways Retailers Manipulate Your Shopping Senses

I’m sure you know the style of music playing in a store isn’t a mistake.  Classical makes you move slower, browse longer.  When it comes to colors chosen for a restaurant studies show that red makes you hungry, therefore you possibly order more.  Read on to find other ways retailers do their best to manipulate