December’s busy social calendar often contains a party or two in your pants. Let’s be adults about it for a second – many forms of holiday cuddling and snuggling don’t always have very wholesome conclusions. Why do you think so many people are born in September?
I don’t know about you, but it’s hard to get into the mood when your man is forced to travel through a forest in order to reach his destination. So if you’re looking to trim the hedges before the real party starts, might I suggest that you do it with a Brazilian bikini wax at Strip Ministry of Waxing. They created a yummy gingerbread-scented wax so you can continue feeling the holiday spirit while the hair is being ripped from your nether regions.
I’ve been a crappy blogger as of late, so it’s really awesome that Paxie, Ana, and Melai continue to invite me to be part of Bloggers United despite the serious lack of updates. But nonetheless, I’m going to be there on December 16 (Sunday) – or at least, my boyfriend Marco and my friend Rica will be there on my behalf. I booked a trip to Macau and Hongkong with my sister for that week, not realizing that the travel dates coincided with the event. :\ But my closet is there for you to raid, and there are tons of other bloggers there who might have some interesting finds for you.
Bloggers United 4 is on December 15 and 16 at the World Trade Center. I’m giving away 10 free passes – read on to find out how to get them!
I was the first girl to get pimples in my fifth grade class. Unsightly little bumps started to form on my forehead about the same time I got glasses, making adolescence even more awkward than it should have been. As I grew older, the tiny bumps morphed into angry, pus-filled pimples that left icepick scars even though I dared not pop them. It was fairly common for people to tell me that I would have been prettier if I had clearer skin.
Two important vanity-related things have happened to me since my last blog post:
One: I finally cut my hair short
Everyone is chopping off their locks left and right these days, so my joining the bandwagon isn’t so surprising in the greater scheme of things. But going under the scissors a VERY big deal for me, having lived my entire life thinking that I look terrible with short hair. Before graduating from college, I experimented with a variety of short haircuts, the the disastrous results of which had me convinced that I should live the rest of my days with hair well past my shoulders. Observe:
Human Heart Nature has come a long way since I discovered them late 2010. (Check out all the Human Heart Nature reviews I’ve ever written!) From a simple array of organic goodies, they’ve expanded to a near-dizzying selection of cosmetics and body care products while improving upon my favorites. I use Human Heart Nature on a daily basis (I can’t live without the moisturizing shampoo + conditioner) and their latest offerings are now taking over my daily body care routine. Read on to see what my new favorites from Human Heart Nature are.