This book has been on my “To Read” list for a very long time. I knew it was about some hard things, but it also won the Pulitzer Prize in 2007, so I really wanted to check it out. So here are the positive things. It is extremely well-written. The simple, bare style echoes the… Continue reading Sunday Book Club: The Road
Today’s post is all about lip injections. As you age, your lips get naturally thinner. Mine did, at least. I’ve never had particular full lips; they’ve always been on the thin side. But I’ve noticed as I’ve been getting older that they are getting thinner and thinner. The solution is lip injections. Now, there are… Continue reading Lip Service
Okay, so now that the excitement is over (obviously I mean Game of Thrones premiere), let’s dive right in to this week’s Book Club book! The City & The City…it came highly recommended, and I picked it to read because I thought it would be a fast read (crime/drama/murder mystery genre). Uh, no. It’s more… Continue reading Sunday Book Club: The City & The City
I just got back from a family vacation which had very spotty wifi. I had to put away my phone, computer, and other technology for eight days. I could get the occasional text or email, but, overall, I had to let go of that part of my world. It caused a little anxiety at first,… Continue reading Disconnect with the World, Reconnect with Yourself
“The world was hers for the reading.” –Betty Smith Top: The Great (huge discount!!) Jeans: Rag & Bone Shoes: Tory Burch
Today’s book is Beartown, by Fredrik Backman. I adored Backman’s earlier work, A Man Called Ove (again, if you haven’t read this yet, you must!), and I was expecting this work to be very similar. It wasn’t. That’s not to say it wasn’t good. The characters are well-developed, as is the story. Sports in a small town.… Continue reading Sunday Book Club: Beartown
One of the most common questions I get is about Botox. I have been a regular Botox user several years now. It started with the lines between my eyebrows. I was 39, and taking a relaxed picture with my friend. I noticed that even though I wasn’t squinting or looking concerned or angry, you could… Continue reading Botox, Baby!!