Month: October 2016

Make a Change

I often thought to make a difference in the world, you either needed to be Kim Kardashian or a famous Politician. Let’s face it; I’m neither, but as an influencer/blogger, I want to start raising awareness on topics such as cancer, mental illness, world hunger, bullying, etc. These are all issues that are affecting people around the world and even the people we love. We often shy away from weighty issues like these, because it’s hard to face reality. We need to realize the more we look the other way; the more people continue to suffer. I received a phone call this morning from my sister, and something she said resonated. You don’t have to be “famous” to make a difference in the world. People just need to get out there and starting helping others. According to the American Cancer Society, “In 2016, there will be an estimated 1,685,210 new cancer cases diagnosed and 595,690 cancer deaths in the US.” Many people have been affected by cancer in some way shape or form. Back in …

Elyptol

Hello My Beauties, With the flu season around the corner, it’s crucial to keep those hands free & clear of bacteria. I work with people all the time, and germs can be easily transferred through handshakes and dirty surfaces. Let me just say, I get sick often, especially during the fall & winter time; so, it’s critical for me, to keep my hand’s germ-free. I’ve recently started using #Elyptol’s hand sanitizer and it’s one of the best antimicrobial hand gels I’ve tried so far. I’m a strong believer in natural chemicals, that are safe to use, especially for people that have kids. Elyptol just recently won the NEXTY Award for best Natural Living Product! Congrats 😉   I love the packaging it comes with because it already has a built-in key clip. Easily portable and I know I won’t lose it (haha).  Unlike, the other hand gels, this one has a light natural scent to it and the texture is dense. Elyptol also offers a “spray” hand sanitizer, which I love. I take my hand sanitizer spray …

October 18, 1989, Somethings Never Change.

We are half way through the day, and I’ve already received a ton of love on my birthday! To celebrate, I thought why not share #27 things I’ve learned about myself over the years. Hope you enjoy.  ❤ 1. I still love Hot Cheetos- I thought that after my childhood, I would stop loving Hot Cheetos, but I feel I love them even more now! 😉 2. Blogging- Never in a million years did I think, I would start blogging. It seemed like an excellent idea on paper, but it wasn’t until I started doing it that I fell in love. 3. Reading- I still don’t read a lot of books! BUT, I am making an effort to pick up some books that catch my attention. SOMEONE HELP LOL… List books down below (lol) 4.I love music- Although; my dream isn’t to pursue a singing career anymore, I still enjoy singing my lungs out all the time. Don’t believe me? Ask around 5 .Airplanes- I still HATE flying! I’ve never had a “bad” experience, but …

Honey Girl Organics Review

Aloha, Today, I’m super excited because, I’m reviewing some of my favorite products from Honey Girl Organics, located in Hawaii. I’ve been dying to visit Hawaii for quite some time now; I hear it’s gorgeous! I think I’ll be dragging Matt on a new adventure pretty soon 😉 I’ve been using Honey Girl Organics for about two years already, and I can’t imagine my life without them now! Found out why………keep reading. * Disclaimer* This post is my personal and HONEST opinion about Honey Girl Organics. I want to thank Honey Girl for the lovely gift! How I started using Honey Girl Organics:  I discovered Honey Girl Organics one Christmas morning, when my mother received a beautiful basket filled with organic items from my aunt. Click Here It wasn’t very long until I started testing out all of her new products, and came across some favorites. I firmly believe in Honey Girl Organics product simply because, it’s hard to come by beauty products that are safe for all skin types. Your face is your canvas; so take …