I could go on for days about why I love St. Therese so much. I have a small statue of her in my room, so many books, her saint medal, and my collection is GROWING!!! I'm a firm believer that there is no such thing as having too much St. Therese merchandise.
It's also the time of the year when we show our loved ones just how much we love them! And of course, Mom is at the top of your list! It can so tricky to shop for Mom, especially because they always say that they have everything that they need ;) But, we know deep down that she deserves a special little something.
I realized recently that I've been doing it all wrong. I scheduled to write articles that I wasn't in the mood to write. I'm not saying that I was writing about things that I didn't care about. I was inspired by the topic, but when it came down to writing it... not so much.
Of course it's important to take care of yourself year-round, but why not use this season of love and thankfulness to start showing yourself some care?
So much has happened to me this year, but I'm going to save that for another post since we technically have two-ish more months left of this year (also crazy to think about. Seriously, where did this year go?).
Earlier this year, I had the amazing opportunity to collaborate with the Korean skincare company, Saranghae, and review their 5-step routine. But this time, I got to try out their charcoal mask and toner and am happy to report that I fell in love with both products! Here's the scoop:
In most cases, out "go-to" relaxation before bed is screen time...spending an hour, or more with the TV on or with our phone in our face. But we all know that that's not healthy for us. Yet, it has become a habit for us, and one that is hard for us to break. It's a bad habit for myself as well.
Between fall festivals, weddings, and other get-togethers, who wouldn't love this time of year? But with all of the fun (especially with your camera clicking away), we want to look and feel our best.
My love for scarves started in late high school. I used to just wear them when it was really cold outside and I needed something to keep my neck warmer.