Guest Post by Soap & Glory!

Coachella starts this weekend which means a full season of music festivals and concerts is finally upon us. What to wear is usually the main focus in preparing for a festival, but what about beauty? Here are some ways to look flawless in the many Instagram photos to follow.

Start off by using an exfoliating scrub like Soap & Glory’s Scrub of Your Life to smooth and remove dead skin cells. Its alluring scent of fresh bergamot, mandarin, rose, jasmine, peach, strawberry, oakmoss, amber, and woody notes will leave your skin silky smooth with an incredible scent.


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Soap & Glory – The Scrub Of Your Life™

After exfoliating, its time to add some color. Although this long winter may have left your skin a little pale, you can easily fake a natural glow with Soap & Glory’s One Night Tanned Instant Beach Bronze Butter Gel. This product is a light body buttergel with no-streak, wash-off bronzers and skin-softening shea and illipe butters. It is also the first-ever tanning formula with a serum-butter-gel texture, it applies easily and washes off with soap and water.


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Soap & Glory – One Night Tanned™ Instant Beach-Bronze Buttergel

At Coachella, you’ll want to show off your arms in tanks and cropped tees, so make sure they’re smooth with Soap & Glory’s The Firminator Arm Toning and Smoothing Formula. This formula features ELASTICBOOST-A™, SMOOTHBUMP™ spheres, and multivitamin kukui nut oil to smooth and moisturize skin, as well as soft focus spheres to disguise bumpy arms.


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Soap & Glory – The Firminator™ Targeted Arm Toning & Smoothing Formula

Finally, finish off with a splash of color! Moisturize your lips with Soap & Glory’s Sexy Mother Pucker Lip Plumping Gloss. A single swipe of this gloss will increase blood flow to make lips look instantly lush and will keep them moisturized all day.


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Soap & Glory – Super-Colour Sexy Mother Pucker™ Lip Plumping Gloss

Curtain Love


I absolutely love my curtains. Love them! However, I kept feeling like they needed something…an extra pop. I researched and probably checked out every single blog to get a little inspiration. Finally…I found it. On Better Homes and Gardens, I saw how they were putting two different curtain panels on the same rod. In the article, it stated that you could either do two sets of curtains that matched, or do a contrast to give you that extra pop. The end result…love. It seriously makes the room!!!


Paired with my jute rug and 2 chairs, it looks amazing! Now before I reveal the entire look together, I’m looking to double up the rugs. I will share the entire look once this is complete! What do you think of the two curtains together?

Come on Spring!

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Other than warmer weather, the best part of Spring is being able to start my outdoor garden. I love gardening! However, during the winter months, you can also keep an indoor garden. All you need are a few hearty plants, a few cute pots, and you are good to go!

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It is such an easy way to add a little green to your home, which is perfect for today! Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone!!!


Hi everyone! I’m back! I have been busy with looking for new opportunities in the social media world, but now I’m back to bring you news and updates about products that you just need in your life. I will also be sharing a little more about odds and ends. I look forward to hearing from you!

Brand New Look…For My Chairs!

I have been wanting to do this for a LONG time. Some of my chair cushions were stained and just looked horrible. No matter how much I cleaned them…they still looked old. It was time to give them a new look.


I already had a staple gun and fabric scissors, so all I needed was the fabric. It was time to give my chairs a modern update, and I was ready to take on this project for the first time. After going up and down the aisles in Jo-Ann’s, I finally found “the one.”


I wanted something darker since I still had little ones that do tend to spill from time to time. I also thought a darker color would be a nice contrast since I have an all white table and chairs set. So first thing is first, had to unscrew the seat from the chair. Then I started removing all of the staples. This was the hardest thing to do out of the entire project.


I cut the fabric to fit, wrapped it around the seat and foam, and stapled. Voila! This really was not that difficult of a project!



What do you think?