Amazon Haul – February 2019

If I had to name the top three places where I consistently spend a good chunk of change, they would be: 1 – Target 2 – Amazon 3 – Starbucks. I get the same drink from Starbucks every time.. a Trenta Iced Coffee. And THANKFULLY – there’s no easy way to access all the things I’ve bought at Target. Amazon though? Amazon is a magical place where I can buy pretty much whatever pops into my head, I don’t have to leave wherever I am at the moment, and there’s a nice little neat record of what I’ve bought that is easily accessible over time. SO – I thought it would be fun to share with you guys what I’ve bought on Amazon each month and what my thoughts are on each of those products. ! Let’s get to it, shall we?

Alright – a quick rundown? I bought 13 items for a total of $136.12 which I think is a very … what’s the word??? Modest. I think that’s a fairly modest amount of money to have been spent in a month’s time.

And I know, I know – tomorrow is the actual last day of the month. I’m fairly certain I won’t buy anything else between now and then. Like 95% sure. Anyway, we’ll see. hahaha

1. WDIRARA Women’s Summer Short Sleeve All Over Red Lip Print – $11.99 This shirt is absolutely cute. The material is definitely great quality. I’m just not a huge fan of the fit. It’s short and boxy which doesn’t work well for me. I’ve only worn it once…. anddd I’m not sure I’ll wear it again. Anyone like short and boxy shirts? You pay shipping and I’ll send this one to ya. 😉 I ordered a large, and I’d say it fits more like a medium.

2. FV Relay Women’s Summer Cute Eyelash Lip Print TShirt $12.99  OOk so first of all, this thing runs VERY small. I ordered an XXL and I’d say it fits more like a medium – to a small large. Otherwise, I really like it! The length is perfect and I like how it’s that stretchy/slinky/slightly weighted tshirt material. Probably the biggest complaint in the Amazon Review section is that the lips are bright pink and not red like they appear to be in the listing. I knew that going in, because I read reviews. 😉

3. Valentine’s Day Cookie Cutter Set – $11.49 I have zero complaints about this. They did a great job of cutting the cookie dough and it seems like they are going to be really durable and stand the test of time and dishwasher abuse. 😉

4.  Cranberry, 5. Raspberry, and 6. Blackberry Bubly – Sparkling Water $13.78 (for all three) If you see me drinking something it is either going to be water, coffee, wine, or a vodka soda. Carbonated water is my favorite and most consumed type of liquid. Bubly released these new flavors about a month(ish) ago and the only place I can get them is through Amazon Pantry. They are all really good, but Black Berry is the BEST. I’ll definitely order it again.

 7. Plant Therapy Top 6 Organic Essential Oils Set – $29.99 I ordered this because one of my favorite people to follow on Instagram (@skiptomyluca) recommended it one day – and I’d wanted to try out diffusing essential oils for a while…so basically she got me at the right moment and I clicked ‘buy now’ through her link! So far, I am pretty much obsessed with diffusing my oils. I love mixing the lemon + orange for a nice clean scent. And lemon + lavender are great for clearing out food smells in the kitchen when I’m finished cooking! When I posted about getting these on MY Instagram stories, I did get a couple people who responded saying that they also really loved this brand!

8. Truworth Bedding Extra Soft Body Pillow Cover $11.98    This pillow cover is truly very very soft and cuddly worthy. If you’re in the market for a fuzzy and soft body pillow case – I’d definitely go with this brand.

9.  Opti-Free Multi Purpose Disinfecting Solution $ 17.09 (2pack) and 10. Cottonelle Ultra Toilet Paper $8.99 These two are part of my monthly subscribe. I have oftentimes had issues with other contact solution brands switching up their formulas for different ingredients that hurt my eyes. I have never ever had that issue with Opti-Free which has made me a very loyal customer! And we just prefer cottonelle over any other tp brand. 🙂

11. Tangomar Carton Water Coloring Magic Book $8.99 I bought this for Sophie Grace after buying a coloring book just like it for her from Cooper’s book fair. Basically it comes with a marker that you open and fill with water. They color on the pages with this water marker and designs appear. It is a great mess free coloring option for younger children. Sophie is 3.5 and she absolutley loves it. The great part is that when the pages dry the designs disappear and they can color it all over again later!

12. Sojo Cat Eye Mirrored Sunglasses $13.99    I have bought so many different pairs of Sojo sunglasses through Amazon that I cannot recommend this brand enough. I’ve had this particular pair numerous times, but needed a new one – because: my kids can be destructive + I lose things. 😉

13. ClosetMaid Tie and Belt Rack $9.88 I was folding laundry one day and got fed up with the way Shaun is storing his ties in there. He just hangs them on the clothing rack that I need to use to hang clothes as I fold. That day I’d had enough of not having space to hang clothes! So I grabbed my phone and went straight to amazon for a storage solution!

Whew! That’s it.. what did you guys buy on Amazon this month?? I’m always interested to see what other people are buying.

— Ashley

Dealing with Discontent

I’m currently writing this post with no working title which pretty much sums up my state of mind lately. I have this … feeling I don’t even know what to name it.. other than feeling discontent. But really it feels much more complicated than that. And is breeding feelings of non inspiration and inadequacy. BUT – I committed myself to this place. I said that I’d show up here no matter what and post something at least three days a week, because in the end sitting down to write about something – even if it’s a frivolous as the newest razor I’m using – is good for my soul.

The weather has just been absolute grossness lately.. plus I feel like our house has been a host to some illness or another for weeks now. But beyond that nothing is really wrong. Isn’t that a weird thing? To be completely happy – yet not happy over really nothing in particular?

When I find myself in this kind of place one of the best things that I can do for myself is to accomplish something. It can be something really small like organizing the kitchen junk drawer that has gotten out of control.. to tackling ALLL the laundry in one day. Andd, I may or may not have (ok I DID) do both those things on Sunday.

Sometimes, getting cleaned and organized within the physical spaces that I occupy really help me get my mind cleaned up and organized. It’s in my nature to compartmentalize and avoid confrontation … even with that confrontation is within my own self. So – if I can physically confront something.. like the giant pile of laundry in my bathroom hamper plus the dirty rugs/mats around the house… and emerge Monday morning with a house full of clean laundry and clean mats to walk on.. I feel more prepared to face the real issue(s) at hand.

I make lists and burden myself with arbitrary timelines and goals which sometimes end up really bringing me down even further because I haven’t met those goals or I end up “late” for something. I feel like I’m letting the people in my life down. When the truth is – I put all those expectations on myself. I did that. I can easily undo all that damage.

Sometimes – I just need to reset. I need to throw out the lists. Let go of my expectations. Stop looking around at the people around me to measure myself against – and focus on me. I have to remind myself to start taking small steps to get to where I want to be.

— Ashley

P.S. I hope these pictures made you smile as much as they make me… this is Sophie Grace not wanting to corporate with smiling yet refusing to exit the picture and Cooper attempting to cheer her up then deciding his efforts were fruitless. Because… in the end if I can’t get myself together – my kids do it for me. They make me smile even when all I want to do is cry. 🙂

Bath Time Self Care: Must Haves

Hay hay! Happy FriYAY to you guys! I hope you’re having a wonderful week. Cooper has had the flu + an ear infection this week and today is our first ‘typical’ day since this past Sunday and I am just estactic about that! If you don’t know already, I live and thrive in routine… so the disruption to our schedule plus my poor baby suffering have just made this week kinda cray. BUT it’s Friday and things are **mostly** back to normal and I’m HERE for that.

So! To the actual point of this post. lol Self care is such an important important thing. Self care is taking time to check in on yourself and make sure that your needs are being met, and if you find that they aren’t being met, taking the necessary time and energy to do just that. I know that people will often be like, ” Self care is actually so much deeper than things like getting a massage, manicure, or taking a bubble bath.” And while that is sometimes true. Sometimes self care is as simple as taking a bubble bath every night. For me, having my me time bath time while surrounded by bubbles is a must have for my self care routine.

And because taking a bath is something I do like it’s my job – I have kind of gathered up a few essential products that make that my bath a self care event. And well, one night while I was partaking in my sacred bubble bath – I thought it might be a cool idea to share with you all some of my Bath Time MUST HAVES. 🙂 So, let’s get to that shall we?

First up for me in the arena of bath must haves is definitely the BUBBLES. In the world of bubble bath – Dr Teal’s Foaming bath is KING. I promise you that you will not find another bubble bath that makes better bubbles and smells better. Ok I haven’t tried alllll the bubble baths so I can’t really make that promise. But I do promise you’ll be impressed by and fall in love with Dr Teal’s foaming bath. The Activated Charcoal and Lava and Coconut Oil versions are my absolute FAVEsto use.

Another must have for me when it comes to my self care bath time is Epsom salt. Once again Dr Teal’s takes the cake. You can actually smell and feel the Epsom working which is basically the entire point. I pretty much like all the varieties of Epsom that Dr Teal’s offers. A little bath time hack? You should pour your Epsom salt directly under the water as it pours from the spout.

If you are ever so unblessed as to come down with a cold – Village Naturals makes a mineral salt soak that says it’s for aches and pains which I don’t disagree with BUT it will also clear your sinuses right up.

Candles – listen I know that sounds cheesy and maybe something you’d only reserve to ‘setting the mood’ if your person is joining you in the bath. But don’t knock it until you’ve tried it alone. I don’t light candles for every bath, but when I do – I thoroughly enjoy it. 🙂 I just use regular white candles that aren’t scented. But if you have a favorite candle with a calming/relaxing scent – I’d say use that one!

A body scrub. This particular one from Dove is the shiz. The scent I lurve is Macadamia and Rice Milk. It’s pretty heavenly. But beyond the smell – the point is that exfoliating is so good for your skin and it just feeels good. I especially love to use the scrub on my legs right before I shave. I feel like I get the best shave that way. This body scrub is really gentle and is great for all over your body. Sometimes, I like an intense exfoliate for my legs before I shave – and I’ll opt for a sugar scrub.

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Anddd there you have it! my bath time self care must haves! Do you use a bath as a time for self care?

— Ashley

Let’s Get UNCOMFORTABLE

In my opinion, pretty much one of the worst qualities that someone can have is to be close minded. When you narrow your viewpoint so much so that you only see and hear the things YOU want to hear so that YOUR opinions will be validated, you’re just really doing yourself a disservice. Also, that’s incredibly dangerous. You come off as dogmatic and overbearing (in the worst possible way). People are not going to want to listen to you. You’ll end up being able to convince yourself of untruths.

It is so so so important to expose ourselves to ideas and notions and ways of life that are different from our own. Someone once told me that I should, “do things that scare me”. I was telling this person about something I didn’t feel like I could do because it was just so incredibly scary to me, and he replied with that little pearl of wisdom that has become my internal mantra when I’m trying to get the guts up to make a leap or even a small step that seems scary and impossible : when I’m about to do something that will make me uncomfortable.

You have to push yourself out of your comfort zone. You have to question your own beliefs and priorities. Change is such a hard thing for so many people – especially when it comes to even considering changing our minds about our beliefs and mindset and worldview.

How do you do that? How do you open your mind? I feel like its a pretty simple endeavor. Something as small as opening up who you follow in your newsfeed on social media. Follow some people that make you cringe and make you uncomfortable. Go places where there will be people that live different lives from your own which can be as easy as taking your kids to a park in a part of town. Educate yourself on different religions and lifestyles and cultures.

After a while, you may find yourself to be a different person. You may find yourself to be the same person. Either way – you’ll be a better person for the exposure.

Kindness and consideration go such a long way. If you can just open yourself up to someone else. If you can just manage to see things from their point of view. You’ll find it easier to be kind and considerate.

Our differences make us beautiful. Our differences make this world we live in a much more interesting place.

Often times, our differences define and divide us – but how amazing would it be if we could learn to appreciate and value each other’s differences instead. How great would it be to not run from something that makes us uncomfortable but to look at it in the face and dive right in – for better or worse.

Admittedly – I’m the WORST at getting outside of my comfort zone. I love a routine and I love knowing exactly what to expect which is why I’ve made it a thing to constantly challenge myself. Especially with the way I think about the people and world around me.

— Ashley

This is Life Lately

Extraordinary in our Ordinary

Hey Hey, it’s Monday – and I’m here with little recap of what life has looked like lately around these parts for our little fam. 🙂

Let’s see – last week my best frand and her crew were in town so they all came over on Wednesday afternoon to hang out. The grown ups sipped mimosas and the kids played. It was a really nice afternoon. Rhonda lives in Texas which means we don’t get to see each other in person a lot – especially our kids .. so we definitely soaked up the moment!

Then the following day was Thursday – aka Valentine’s day – and I got the chance to go to both my babies’ school parties. We gifted the kids each a new set of pjs along with a few toys and candy. I got a booked trip to the IP Resort and Casino spa for a massage which I am SUPER excited to go to next Saturday!

Friday night, Coop and Sophie Grace stayed the night with Grammy and Ppop which is pretty much a Friday night tradition around here. Shaun and I took advantage and decided to finally try the Saltgrass Steakhouse in Biloxi. We’ve attempted to go there a couple times, but the wait time which is usually an hour to two hours long has just not been worth it to us. However, on Friday we had nowhere to be and weren’t starving…so we waited it out. And… it was very much worth it.

I went over to my parent’s Saturday morning, and hung out with them/played with the kids for a while. That afternoon, Sophie and I left to do some shopping then head home to catch up on chores around the house. Coop stayed with my mom and dad.

On Sunday, Sophie and I got up early(ish) to do some more shopping. We ended up meeting up with my sister. Poor Coop had come down with some kind of virus. So, I decided to cut our shopping short to go get him and take him home.

The poor dude ran a fever all day Sunday and was pretty much out of it.

Sunday night Shaun and I watched the first episode of The Umbrella Academy on Netflix. It was. so. good. I had to restrain myself from binging the whole season that night! lol If I didn’t have the work the next day, I would have definitely watched a couple more episodes.

But yeah… there you have it.. a little peak at what’s been happening with us. How was you guys’ Vday / weekend?

— Ashley

Target’s Flamingo Shave Line


Haaay .. HAPPY FRIYAY!! Friday is my favorite day. I mean, hands down. It’s the excitement and anticipation of the weekend to come, knowing I’ll likely get a full nights’ sleep since the kids will be gone, and putting a week of work and school behind us so that we can look forward to a fresh start.

Seriously. Fridays are the best. 🙂

BUT ANYWAY – I digress….

I thought I’d spend some time today talking to you guys about a new shaving brand that I tried out recently. I got an email from my fave store, Target, announcing that they had a new women’s shave brand of products for sale. It’s called Flamingo ,and it’s the answer to the women’s version of Harry’s.  If you go to their site and read the little tab labeled ‘Our Story‘ – you’ll see that this brand was designed and created by women for women to use on a woman’s body. The name Flamingo was inspired by the one legged pose that you typically make while in the shower while shaving.

The branding + color theme is very muted and monochromatic. I like that it’s not over the top bright pink or any other stereotypical feminine branding. As I’ve stated before, I have a thing for neutrals and muted tones. So basically, I was intrigued from the get go. AND I had actually been contemplating purchasing a Harry’s razor to try out for myself. So, I figured why not give this new brand a go? Flamingo offers a razor with three different handle colors, a shave cream, two wax kit sets, and a body lotion.

I shave my legs every single day, and prior to this I was using some random Gillette disposable razor. What are my thoughts after using this razor for about a week now?

I think that this whole line is incredibly affordable, AND costs the exact same amount as their ‘male’ counterpart [the Harry’s line] which is great considering a lot of times female branded products cost more than their male branded counterparts. Everything is $10 and under which is fantastic.

The shave cream is buttery and from the first swipe of my new razor against my skin – I was hooked. I wouldn’t say that it was some groundbreaking/life changing/outer body experience… BUT I did end up with a really nice and close shave. 😉 And TBH – prior to using this shave cream – I was just using bar soap to lather my legs before shaving. I have to say that the combination of this particular razor head + this particular shave cream is really a sweet spot. The razor had has that typical hydrating strip above the blades, but what I like about the flamingo razor is that it’s an overly raised hydrating strip. The whole razor head is pretty flat which allows for a super close shave.

I also purchased the facial wax strips to test out. I’ve never waxed my face before – and I have to say that it was a much more pleasant experience than I expected. I do regularly dermaplane my skin to take care of the short fuzzy hair and dead skin cells on my face.. Waxing definitely took way less time and I’m hoping it lasts longer too. 🙂 In addition to the face wax kit, you can buy a body wax kit for waxing areas like your legs and underarms.


One of the things that really struck me was the message that this brand is acknowledging that women have hair. We’re hairy just like men and that’s ok. And they aren’t encouraging that you need to hide your hairiness – that you can chose to get rid of it or keep it in all manner of variation that fits your lifestyle and comfort level. And most importantly they want to give you the tools to groom in whatever way you want so that you can afford to do it wherever you want to on your own terms.

If you’re interested in checking Flamingo out, you can purchase it from Target or straight from their website. Have you guys tried this line yet?

— Ashley

Valentine’s Day Sweet Treats + a Chit Chat Sesh

Hey hey! Happy early Valentine’s day…or happy actual VDay – depending on when you’re actually reading this. 😉

I was perusing Instagram stories – truly one of my favorite guilty pleasures – and got some inspiration from @cottonstem to make and decorate some cookies for Valentine’s day. So..the kids and I attempted just that along with some cake pops!

The cookie dough is just a pre-made sugar cookie dough from Pillsbury that I picked up at target. I rolled it out flat and we used these cookie cutters from Amazon to get our Vday inspired shapes. I had plans of icing and sprinkling these – but the kids were pretty much over it after the rolling and cutting and baking and were ready to eat them. Sooo we skipped that part.

We had a really great weekend. Saturday Cooper had a classmate’s birthday party to attend, and both kids spent the night at Grammy and Ppop’s while I got to go for a night out with my best girl!

Sunday was just a usual chill day spent catching up on household chores and getting ready for the next week. Sophie Grace and I did our Sunday night ritual of going to Winn-Dixie to shop for groceries. She’s my favorite shopping buddy, and she just loves Winn-Dixie because they have little shopping baskets that she can pull around and load up with things from our list.

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day and I am not ready AT ALL. haha I’ve been in a funk over some literal sickness funk that’s been going around our house. We have had our fair share of savage allergies + sinus infections lately. I’ll be glad to move on from all of that!

Sometimes this season of life that we are in : littles who have just begun school and incorporating all the extra social events that come along with that into our previously chill lifestyle – feels overwhelming and I feel like I’m just keeping my head above water with staying up to date with everything, but generally it all just makes me feel so happy and filled up.

Having babies sure does make the holidays sweeter. They love to celebrate. They love a party. The love decorations and festiveness. And I’m just here for all of that childlike excitement. And not to sound tooo cheesy but : It’s all really just magical.

How was you guys’ weekend and week so far? Did you celebrate Valentine’s day over the weekend or are you doing it tomorrow? Also, someone come eat all of these treats!!

— Ashley

Sophie Grace’s Stitch Fix

#1 for 2019

So, Sophie Grace has been receiving Stitch Fix since last summer I believe? She’s had 3-4 boxes and she gets them every three months sooo I think my math is correct on that. LOL

What is Stitch Fix you ask? Well it’s a clothing subscription program. You pay $20 for each box to be assembled by your personal stylist and sent to your home where you get several days to review/try on the pieces and decide which ones you want to keep. That $20 you paid will be taken off your entire purchase price, AND if you decide to keep the entire box you get a 25% discount on top of that $20 off ! If you don’t decide to keep anything (which has never happened for us) you do lose that $20 investment.
Stitch Fix also offers a service for women’s and men’s clothing . I briefly did Stitch Fix and Shaun receives a box every three months to keep his work wear updated  and fresh since he loathes shopping and I loath trying to find something he likes. 

She typically gets around 10 pieces in each box that range from $10-$30 a piece. It’s really a fun way to keep her wardrobe refreshed, and she always enjoys seeing the box at the door full of stuff just for her!

For this fix, we kept four items. Two dresses, one pair of leggings, and a light weight sweatshirt. Things I keep in mind when choosing the items to keep? For dresses, I like to make sure that they will transition well to a tunic top for when they inevitably become too short for her to wear alone. She’s incredibly tall for her age and size which means there is really a brief period in time when a dress is appropriately long enough on its’ own.

I think that I have kept one to two pairs of leggings out of each box she’s received. She doesn’t really wear ‘real’ pants – as in ones with zippers and buttons and/or snaps. Why? Well for one – early on in life she let me know that those kinds of pants were not comfortable to her. And two, she’s still getting the hang of potty training so pants that are easy to pull up and down on her own are a must.

I rarely keep the shirts, but if I do I like for them to obviously be of higher quality than something I can easily grab at Target or Old Navy which is where I typically shop for her. And she honestly doesn’t wear a lot of traditional tops, because they just don’t fit well on her because of her height. We use a lot of dresses that have become too short as tops. 🙂

I’m pretty much in love with the floral dress from this fix. I just think it’s dreamy and romantic and is a great piece to move into spring with. The little cardigan I paired it with was one that her grandmother bought a while ago.

I am not going to lie and say anything other than I kept these heart leggings because I thought they would be cute for Vday. 🙂 Also, they look really great with the GIRL POWER sweatshirt she got.

The little rosey blush colored dress we kept was just something that I felt was a classic piece and would once again also look great as a top later on.

Do you guys use Stitch Fix? I think I may schedule one for Cooper for this summer. He wears a uniform to school which is why I haven’t scheduled one for him yet.

— Ashley

Favorite Affordable Face Sheet Masks

I don’t know about you guys, but I LOVE a face mask. Whether it be a mud mask, peel off mask, lip mask, under eye mask, or sheet mask and beyond – I’m not turning any of it down. As a result of this minor obsession, I’ve tried quite a few masks. My absolute favorite kind of face mask though is a sheet mask.

Why? Well I just really love how they are generally super easy to apply and they definitely have minimal clean up. Also, they’re fun. I take a bath almost every single night and in addition to using bubbles or epsom salt – another way that I really love to treat myself is to apply a sheet mask and let it sit while I soak.

Soooo, I’ve said all of that to say that I’m here today to share my unsolicited opinions on some sheet masks that I’ve tried. These area all ‘affordable/drugstore’ sheet masks. 🙂 I do love a sheet mask, but I also love money in my bank account so I don’t really indulge much in fancy ‘spensive sheet masks; therefore, I don’t have much to say about high end sheet masks. I DO have LOTS to say about all the ones I’ve tried from places like Target, Ulta, Walgreens, Walmart…etc. 😉

Let’s get to it shall we? Oh, and a little information on my skin. I have extremely dry skin that is not sensitive at all. I can throw whatever I want on it and rarely [[if ever??]] have a bad reaction to whatever new product I happen to be testing out. Soo without further adieu here are some of my most favorite and most least favorite sheet masks that I’ve tried. 🙂

OH and P.S. >>> there’s a giveaway at the end of this post so make sure you power through to the bottom. 😉

St. Ives Glowing Apricot Sheet Mask – I don’t have any strong feelings either way about this mask. Did it give me a glow? Eh. I don’t think so, but it felt really great and the actual product that makes up the ‘sheet’ was breathable and comfortable and not slippy at all which are all major pluses in my book. The packaging says that this mask should soften and smooth skin. I think that really those are high claims for a product that is made to just use once or sporadically. 😉

St. Ives Nourish and Smooth Oatmeal Sheet Mask – ok ok THIS mask is amazing. It’s got to be one of my top favorites I’ve ever purchased and tried. It doesn’t say it’s hydrating but this bish is hydrating and my dry skin soaked it up. Just like with the St. Ives Apricot mask – this particular sheet mask was incredibly comfortable and breathable. It does claim to leave your skin feeling soft and supple which is so true. If you have dry skin, you need this mask in your life.

Neutrogena Moisturizing Hydro Boost Hydrating Face Mask – well that name is a mouthful, and it obviously gives you the sense that this mask is supposed to hydrate yo face. I can attest that it does in fact infuse your facial skin with moisture. It’s a gel sheet mask that isn’t slippy (as you can see non slippyness is crucial for a good review from me 😉 ) .

Burt’s Bees Detoxifying Charcoal Sheet Mask – I did not like this one. It felt heavy and suffocating on my face which meant I was dying to rip it off asap. I also felt no difference in my skin afterwards. It is supposed to detoxify and cleanse your skin which is not really something that you can see or feel I guess – but it was uncomfortable to wear so basically I’ll never use it again just because of that .

Pixi Plump Collagen Boost Sheet Mask – I thoroughly enjoy these masks. I felt like I really did notice a more plumpness to my skin. And again, they are super comfortable and breathable and not slippy.

Que Bella Sheet Masks – to be honest I’ve tried almost all of the masks this brand has to offer and I haven’t been disappointed yet. They are must have in your face mask arsenal, especially the sheet masks.

Do you guys use sheet masks? If so, what are YOUR favorites? I’m always up to try a new one!

And ALSO – as a way to celebrate my new blog, I wanted to do a fun little giveaway for those of you who have decided to come check me out! What am I giving away? One of each of my absolute favorite sheet masks.. the St. Ives Oatmeal and Neutrogena Hydro Boost, Pixie collagen Boost, and a Que Bella sheet mask!! What do you have to do to get them? It’s pretty easy peasy:

subscribe to my blog + and like our RATMM (blog) Facebook page 

Once you’ve subscribed to my blog and liked the RATMM FB Page – comment here on this post letting me know that you’ve done both. I’ll compile all the entries and do a drawing Tuesday Night (2/12/2019) which means you have until 9pm that night to enter!

— Ashley