There is nothing quite like getting organized, and with the beginning of a new year, it seems to be the best time for me to get my clutter together! Out with the old and in with the new is going to be my personal “theme” for January. Today I have pulled together my favorite items to start my New Year purge, and items to help me stay on track with my New Year’s Resolutions. I’m also sharing a few of the Most Popular items from the blog in 2022 and one of my favorite items I use daily that’s on sale for nearly 50% off!
Are you doing any traveling this winter? Whether you’re heading over the river and through the woods for a weekend getaway or traveling by plane to a ski resort, you may need to pack for warmth and safety as well as style and enjoyment. I’ve gathered the winter travel essentials you might want to consider for your trip. And I even have a printable list for my email subscribers in the Printable Library.
Now obviously every winter vacation is different. And the list I’ve compiled is for cold weather travel and destinations, so if you’re lucky enough to be heading for warmer climes, this list is probably not for you. But when we’re traveling during the winter we do face a few unique challenges. We need to plan for emergencies we hope never happen. And we need to pack substantial, warm clothing in small carry-on suitcases. So keep these things
Dealing with dry, barrier-damaged, and acne-prone skin during the winter can be a challenge, to say the least. As someone who’s tried just about everything out there to clear their skin, I can finally say I have a few solid pointers for those who may be dealing with the same woes this season. Keep in mind that everyone’s skin is different, so what works for me may not work for you, but I can tell you a little bit about mine in the hopes that if yours is similar, I can at least point you in the direction of a few products that have finally worked well.
Ironically enough, my skin hates most “acne-fighting” products. Anything that contains higher percentages of salicylic acid or other harsh actives actually makes my skin break out more or they’re just too drying. At this point, I’ve actually found that sticking to formulas that