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Ladies! Have you heard of this fun app that lets you earn points by writing reviews on products you love? Influenster is a community perfect for the aspiring social influencer. When you earn points you get the chance to be selected to receive a voxbox. This box is packed full of products you actually WANT to try!
I recently received the Darling Voxbox and I’ll be honest, it was so much fun to dig into! I loved it so much that I wanted to share the experience with all of you. If you haven’t signed up for Influenster do it now!
Inside the box
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Okay mamas, raise your hand if you love coffee! Did you raise it? Then keep reading. Do you not only love coffee but prefer to order specialty drinks when you go to your local coffee shop (i.e. macchiatos, lattes, hot chocolate)? If you answered yes, keep reading!
I would like to introduce to you our newest kitchen member, the Genio 2. Naturally my husband and I were excited and pulled it out immediately to try it. The first thing we noticed is the chic and futuristic look of the machine, the next thing we noticed was how compact it is! We live in an apartment so space is limited. I also cook a lot so I need my counter space. The Genio 2 fit perfectly in it’s own corner and that is where it continues to reside.
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I recently caved and joined the Happy Planner craze. I’m a note taker and list maker (really I just like the feeling of acomplishment when I get to check things off!).
So I found a sale and got my first Happy Planner! It’s beautiful with flowers on the cover and pretty inspirational sayings on the inside, things like:
“Savor the small things.” And “Focus on the good.”
It’s even packed full of pages with fun and chic designs.
So each month as I went to empty out the previous section I found myself setting aside the decorative pages. The thrifty side of me said it would be a waste to throw such pretty pictures out. While the crafty side of me said there has to be SOMETHING I can do with these. Eventually I had a nice little pile sitting on my desk. My husband finally insisted that I stop hoarding them or finally do something with them.