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Book 17: Authority (April 26)

May 13, 2018

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17. Authority, Jeff VanderMeer, April 26 Of course this was up next. And the only reason I haven’t read Acceptance yet is because they didn’t have it at the shop, so I held off on ordering it online because I thought we could get it in the UK and we couldn’t, so I have only JUST […]

I tried: DERMAdoctor’s DD Cream

April 15, 2018

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And I love it. I wrote earlier that the other cream I bought was a bit too dark for my skin, and that I’d be saving it for summer in hopes of it being a better match at that time. When I opened THIS tube and squeezed a small amount out, it appeared to be […]

Book 15: i know i am, but what are you? (April 12)

April 13, 2018

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15. i know i am, but what are you?, Samantha Bee, April 12 Things! I’m reading them. I can tell that I have more time on my hands and less work when I tear through books like I used to. There hasn’t been any extra freelance, no proofreading, only regular private students – and it’s […]

Book 14: And Then There Were None (April 9)

April 11, 2018

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14. And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie, April 9 I grabbed this story to read because I haven’t read anything by Agatha Christie, and I feel like I should have by now. I read an interesting discussion online a while back about how there aren’t many male writers who are able to write a woman or […]

I tried: Concealers from Kat Von D and Fenty!

March 23, 2018

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I was recently on a 2-year no-makeup bender and LOVED it. However, I also like painting my face when I feel like I’m not being objectified or judged for my looks. Now that I feel more comfortable and secure at my job, I’ve been slowly adding makeup back into my morning routine. On one hand, […]

I tried: Supergoop!’s Daily Correct CC Cream

March 21, 2018

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I’m in the market for a tinted CC cream to sub out for my amazing Josie Maran Matchmaker Foudation. It’s great and I love it and I would recommend it to anyone, but it’s getting a bit thick and it doesn’t really do much in terms of actual coverage. The matchmaking part is awesome, but […]

Book 11: The Divine Comedy, March 17

March 18, 2018

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11. The Divine Comedy, Dante Alighieri, March 17 Yes, it took me that long to get through this one. It was an absolute SLOG of a book, and I think I would have benefited from reading it in a high school or college course, where we’d have been able to pick it apart and discuss all […]