Hibiscus flowers have such a strong pigment that you can use the tea bags as a blush for your cheeks to make them look sun-kissed. This is a perfect idea for the months (and years) of chronic illness when we wear so little make-up but want to look like we are still amongst the living.Continue reading Natural Blush – Hibiscus Tea Bag
I’ve always been fascinated by the ocean. It’s not documented in Lonely Planet, or easily accessible from an Uber.
It’s truly off the beaten path, mysterious and unexplored. In fact, did you know we’ve only explored about 5% of the ocean? It’s pretty crazy to think that most of the ocean has yet to be seen or touched… But I’m not just in love with the sheer blue vastness and uncertainty of the sea. I’m in love with the magic it creates. Take the pearl, for instance…
Hair becomes so lifeless and crazy hard to fix during chronic illness that we want to scream. Cheating works for me!!! You can hide a multitude of damaged hair issues under pearl hair clips. Seriously, you can tidy up that wild hair. Guys, I even have a hair tip for you that does NOT involve pearls and clips!!Continue reading Tidy Up Damaged Hair From Illness