Teas for a Bad Day

Some days just suck. And when those sucky days rise up, a good cup of tea can help you settle down and feel grounded. Below, I’ve listed some of my recommendations for when you need a hug in a cup (with links to their full reviews in the titles). David’s Tea Sweet Potato Pie AContinue reading “Teas for a Bad Day”

Review: Good (Skin) Days A New Leaf Cleanser

Turn over a new leaf in your daily cleansing routine. Leafy greens are great for you both inside and out! This creamy, soft cleanser is expertly formulated with a blend of fermented green tea, spinach, celery, and broccoli to nourish, protect, and hydrate your skin.  – Sokoglam Pack it up everybody, because this cleanser can’tContinue reading “Review: Good (Skin) Days A New Leaf Cleanser”

June Reads

Another up and down month for me . . . I got a new job which has been great but also time-consuming, hence why I’ve read less this month (and this will probably be my new pace moving forward). Still, I’m still happy that I’ve had the chance to read such a wide breadth ofContinue reading “June Reads”

Post Schedule Adjustment . . .

Hi, everyone! I recently started a new job that, while enjoyable, has quickly proved to be more demanding than I had originally anticipated. For this reason, there won’t be a post today or tomorrow, and in the future, I’m planning on adjusting my post schedule to once a week on Saturdays (with alternating subjects). ThoughContinue reading “Post Schedule Adjustment . . .”

Review: Clevr Rose Cacao Super Latte

This is not your mama’s hot chocolate! It’s a velvety, floral, dark chocolate elixir designed to brighten your mood and lift your spirits. – Clevr Woaaaaah! This blend is right up there with the Tumeric Latte as one of my all-time favorite healthy drinks. Like Clevr advertises, this drink tastes like a dark hot chocolate, smoothContinue reading “Review: Clevr Rose Cacao Super Latte”

Review: Good (Skin) Days C’s The Day Serum

Brighter skin days are within reach with this concentrated, stable vitamin C serum. Not only is it formulated with 10% pure vitamin C (ascorbic acid), but it also contains skin brightening licorice root extract and niacinamide (vitamin B3) to diminish dullness, improve tone, and minimize the appearance of pores and fine lines. – Sokoglam I wasContinue reading “Review: Good (Skin) Days C’s The Day Serum”

Review: She’s Too Pretty to Burn by Wendy Heard

This couldn’t be good. The layers of lies and secrets were piling up fast now, like dirt being shoveled into a grave. – She’s Too Pretty To Burn Summary and Thoughts The summer is winding down in San Diego. Veronica is bored, caustically charismatic, and uninspired in her photography. Nico is insatiable, subversive, and obsessedContinue reading “Review: She’s Too Pretty to Burn by Wendy Heard”

Review: Traditional Medicinals Organic Spearmint

This organic spearmint tea is both healthy and refreshing. – Traditional Medicinals A simple, straightforward spearmint tea that delivers exactly the flavor it advertises. Not much to say about it except that it’s a decent, inoffensive herbal tea that I would recommend mainly for health benefits rather than flavor (not because the flavor isn’t good,Continue reading “Review: Traditional Medicinals Organic Spearmint”

Review: MakeP:Rem UV Defense Sun Fluid SPF50+

Combining both completely safe chemical and physical blockers, this sun block makes sure that your skin receives comprehensive coverage from the sun’s UV rays. – Amazon Seeing this product hyped up by other skincare experts, I was excited to try out MakeP:rem’s sunscreen, noting its unique combination of chemical and mineral filters. This is aContinue reading “Review: MakeP:Rem UV Defense Sun Fluid SPF50+”

LGBTQ+ Visual Novel Recommendations

Hi all! This week has been pretty rough for me, and while I had intended to publish a review, I’ve had so much on my plate that I didn’t think I’d have it done in time. So for this week I’d like to instead recommend 10 LGBTQ+ visual novels to play/read! I love visual novelsContinue reading “LGBTQ+ Visual Novel Recommendations”