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Friday, March 21, 2014

Influenster Review - Rimmel London Moisture Renew Lipstick

A few weeks ago I found out about Influenster which is free to join community of trendsetters, consumers, social media hotshots where you can give your opinions on products and experiences. As you fill out surveys and do reviews on products your Influenster scores rises and you can qualify for special reviews for testing the Rimmel London Moisture Renew Lipstick!

This review was actually a lot of fun because lipstick is always the one thing that I am the least knowledgeable about in terms of makeup.
I enjoyed testing out this lipstick because one it actually does keep your lips moist without feeling like your lipstick is cracking your lips. This was actually the perfect time for me to test this lipstick because my lips have been dry and a little chapped lately with the crazy weather. The lipstick worked so well that I didn't feel like I needed to moisturize my lips with chap-stick on top of it. It also doesn't smudge off if you give someone a kiss too (which is an added bonus because what husband wants big red lip prints on his cheek!). I also didn't feel like it was caked on my lips either and it went on really smooth. 
The only thing for me that I wasn't 100% on was the color BUT that is just because I usually don't wear something that bright. However that was the color given to me for testing purposes and Renew Moisture Lipstick comes in lots of shades so I wouldn't mark it as a bad thing.

I definitely think I am going to keep using this lipstick for date nights and also go out and buy some more for daytime wear but I highly recommend trying out Rimmel London Moisture Renew Lipstick!

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Monday, March 17, 2014

Ozeri© 8" Green Earth Pan™ Review

This past weekend I had the pleasure of reviewing the Green Earth Pan ™ by Ozeri©. 
This review was one of my favorites because I love to cook and who doesn't love to try out a new pan!! 

This pan has a natural ceramic coating and is non stick (it is actually is too!) and the best part is that it is free of PTFE, PFOA and other harmful chemicals. Basically when the pan heats up it doesn't release any harmful chemicals that are released in most other pans when heated to high temps. 
One of the things I liked about this pan is that it requires very little oil to use. I mean I probably used maybe a teaspoon or a little more of the coconut oil to fry my eggs.It also does not need to heat up as much as other pans since the material that the pan is made of is a good conductor of heat. 

I didn't make anything fancy in my pan just cooked breakfast for the family (egg and cheese sandwiches) but it worked wonderfully. It heated up fast just like the manual mentioned and it cooked it through evenly all the way like I said earlier it required very little oil to use. I would definitely recommend this pan to anyone that is looking to purchase new cookware. For the longest time I had wanted copper bottom pans because they were supposedly the best but this pan has changed my mind and makes me want ceramic pans!

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Monday, March 3, 2014

Weekly Meal Planner

Anyone else like me and every night is a rush to figure out what to make for dinner? Can't figure out what to make well fear not! Here is a super easy meal planner to do!
Not only will it make dinner time less stressful but it is also super easy to make!

You will need:
8x10 frame
hot glue gun
clothes pins
cardstock scrapbook paper
small box ( i used a crayon box)
alphabet stickers
permanent marker
magnets (optional)

First you will need to cut the scrapbook paper to fit into the frame. You will also remove the glass from the frame. Also at this time you can cut stripes of scrapbook paper and write each meal idea on them.

On the scrapbook paper you can put the alphabet stickers to say what you want. For mine I put Menu.

Next you write each day of the week in permanent marker on the clothes pins. Then you will hot glue the clothes pins to the side of the frame.

The hardest part is making the box for the meal ideas to fit into. I took a 24 count crayon box and cut scrapbook paper and glued it on all the edges to decorate it. You could also make an envelope out of the paper and put your meal ideas in that as well. When you have decided what to do glue it to the scrapbook paper.

Once you have this all done before you put it in the frame you can glue magnets to the back of the frame if you would like to hang this on your fridge. If not then you can always use the leg of the frame to have it rest on the countertop like a traditional picture frame.

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