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    Winter Skincare Loves: 9 Best Products of Winter 2018

    Winter can really take a toll on skin. Dry air creates flaky and itchy patches, breakouts, and more. However, I’ve found some super lovely products recently that have made my skin so happy. Winter skincare is easily improved with gentle and hydrating products. This summer I shared 5 summer skincare products I can’t live without (read the post here!) , and now is the perfect opportunity to share the winter skincare edition. I shift my skincare routines to incorporate nourishing, revitalizing products. Hydration, gentle exfoliation, and of course, moisturizing effects are very important to me in selecting products. I’ve never been happier with my winter skincare routine and thought I…

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    May Favorites: Makeup, Skincare and Books

    May has come and gone, and the sun is finally shining after what feels like an entire month of rain! How did June arrive so quickly? This year as a whole has flown by. High school graduation is this upcoming Saturday, June 10th. College orientation is mid-June. May has been a busy month. I’ve been spending as much time at my internship as possible because I’m so sad about having to leave my kids after loving them for the past few months! I also have been trying to organize a lot of things for the end of the school year and graduation. Let’s chat about what I’ve really been loving…

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    Winter Favorites 2017 // Skincare, Makeup, Books

    Winter of 2017 has been a stressful but fun time. In December, we got our puppy, Macy! College application season really took off. Today I’m sharing all of my winter favorites from the season so far. I’ve found lots of new skincare products and read some amazing books. What have you been loving this winter? Winter Favorites: Books Holding Up The Universe Author Jennifer Niven crafts an absolutely beautiful novel that will make you think and provoke deep self reflection. This book is emotional. It made me laugh and cry and dance and reconsider the boxes we put other people in. After reading All the Bright Places and falling in…