Earlier this year I just so happened to be watching the Dr. Phil show one afternoon. While I don’t always have the time to watch it, this time I did. Now imagine my surprise when near the end of the show, Dr. Phil invites his lovely wife on stage to speak about her skincare line, Robin McGraw Revelation. Now I’m not one to buy things just because I see it advertised on TV, but I have to admit that I was intrigued to find out more. Unfortunately, at that time they were not yet shipping to Canada. Well fast forward to this summer when they reached out to let me know that Robin McGraw Revelation is now available in Canada. I can’t even pretend that I didn’t jump at the chance to test out a few products from the line.
Purchased by Me
Melt Cosmetics has long been a brand on my ‘I should try them’ list. Unfortunately for me, I always seem to forget about them and never ended up purchasing anything from them. Well, that was the case until a few weeks ago when they launched the Hot Box Collection. There was just something about this collection that really caught my eye. Combine that with great email flyer timing, and I managed to actually get my hands on the Melt Cosmetics The Haze Stack ($48 USD).
Purchased by Me
I have been trying to get my hands on Guerlain Terracotta Le Parfum for several years now. I saw it and tested it out on my very first shopping trip to Murale and I absolutely loved it. Of course, I made the ultimately stupid decision not to pick it up right then and there and I’ve regretted it because after that I wasn’t able to find it anywhere. So when it was re-released earlier this year as part of the celebration of 30 years of the Guerlain Terracotta Powder, I did a little happy dance and picked it up. Actually, I picked up four bottles because I’m determined not to be without this one again. View Post
I received this book for free from From the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
The Nocturnal Journal: A Late-Night Exploration of What's Really on Your Mind by Lee Crutchley
Published by Tarcherperigee
Published on: September 5, 2017
Genres: Self-Help, Journaling
Source: From the Publisher
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About the Book
From the popular author of How to Be Happy (or at Least Less Sad)—an insightful, supportive and creative journal for anyone who can’t turn off their restless minds when the lights go out
An engaging and emotionally aware resource for night owls, insomniacs, and anyone else who finds themselves awake at all hours, The Nocturnal Journal helps readers explore what keeps them up at night, and why. Prompts and illustrations tease out the pressing thoughts, deep questions, everyday anxieties, and half-formed creative ideas that need unpacking and exploring, bringing more peace of mind and a richer understanding of ourselves.
It’s kind of funny that no matter how much skincare stuff I have, I always seem to finish up a whole whack of products at the same time. I don’t know how I always manage to do that, but I do. EVERY.SINGLE.TIME. The good news about doing that is that it generally allows me to be able to try out something new and switch up my whole skincare routine. As I started coming to the end of my Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Oil-Free Gel Cream, I decided that rather than just buy a new bottle, it was time for something fresh and new. Enter Drunk Elephant Lala Retro™ Whipped Cream ($75 CAD for 50 ml /1.69 fl. oz.).