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Book 17: Authority (April 26)

May 13, 2018


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


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


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


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


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


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


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 […]