Here come the holidays. I personally don’t enjoy Christmas, but do you know what I do enjoy? Coffee. And lots of it. So in an attempt to pull something amazing out of a horrible time of the year for me, I’ve put the two together. It’s called balance
Here’s a little witch’n for your kitchen. Moon spell cookies that might have the capability to make someone fall in love with you, but don’t carry enough magic in them to get your husband to throw his clothes in the laundry hamper. Hey, I don’t make
Have you ever tried painting pumpkins instead of carving them? It’s a great way to end up with something unique and different, while still being crafty as all hell. Plus, you don’t have to mess around with pumpkin guts. Here are some of my favourite
Remember all of those drinking games that I posted? Well here are some shots you can drink while you play them. Enjoy and I hope someone takes their top off when it’s all said and done.
2 parts vodka
1 part melon liqueur
Halloween craft alert! In case you don’t feel like wielding a knife and cutting pumpkins with your children just yet, then let them take a crack at this slime. It’s kid friendly and has a very low risk of losing fingers lol.
What You Need
A little look at setting your intentions with each moon phase. Have you ever tried this? During the last full moon that we had, I wrote down all of my intentions on a piece of paper. I was specific about what I wanted to come my way. The next day I s
After the previous two posts, all of your skin should be gone. Now you get to rehydrate and take care of it. Here is an easy lip balm you can make at home so that your lips don’t fall off ever again.
What You’ll Need
1 teaspoon beeswax pearls
I have recently talked about dry skin on the body, and now let’s get into dry lips. They’re on your face, dude. One of the first thing people pay attention to is your lips, so if one ( or both) is falling off, it can leave an impression. A gross one.
Fall and winter really fuck my skin up. I go from an oily summer princess, to a sad and dry court jester. I often whip up my own because they’re super easy and fast to make. All I do when I’m done is slap any leftovers in a sealed mason jar and keep