So I never really got around to trying any of Nyx’s old butter glosses, I would eye them but just not pick one up for whatever reason. But then they …Nyx Butter Lipgloss in Marshmallow and Blueberry Tart Review
For years, the NYX butter gloss formula has been in my top 5 holy grail glosses. When I realized they had some out with some new shades, I needed to get my hands on them! So far, I have only picked up 4 and I do enjoy them! I am just going to be sharing which 4 I have a swatches of them 🙂 two of the four I am going to be linking a blog post by a fellow beauty blogger on here, OliveUnicorn. The post is a review and lip swatches of two go the four shades I talk about here, so make sure to check it out if you want an in depth review on them! 🙂
Make sure to check out OliveUnicorn’s post for lip swatches and an in depth review on the shades Blueberry Tart and Marshmallow! http://oliveunicornbeauty.home.blog/2020/02/20/nyx-butter-lipgloss-in-marshmallow-and-blueberry-tart-review/
Thanks for looking! What shade do you like the most? I hope you have a great day or night wherever you are 🌞🌛
So I found an AMAZING person through a Facebook Squishmallow selling group who was able to get me 3 of the Canada exclusive Squishmallows that came out this winter! I got the Wolf and 2 of the Moose, one was for my best friend!
These are 7 inches and they are the cutest things EVER. I am a total sucker for the 7” Squishmallows. They are the perfect snuggle and travel size! Though I won’t travel with these since they are so special to me.
I want to mention that wolves are my spirit animal, I’ve always felt a special connection wolves and dogs. I recently did a guided meditation where I found out that, indeed, that wolves are my spirit animal and I have a wolf as one of my spirit guides! So the wolf has been one I have been searching for because it is so special to me! I am so happy to have it!
Plus, I have an obsession with Alaska and Canada nature and wildlife so this whole collection speaks to me!
Let’s get to the best part, names and bios!
You will probably see me say this a lot, the bios for Squishmallows are literally everything to me. Especially Maurice’s. Growing up, every weekend I was at my dad’s, he would make me and my sister pancakes. Sometimes special Mickey Mouse pancakes. Those are some of my favorite memories to remember. Since today is 2 weeks of my dad being gone, Maurice is one of my squish that has been really comforting me.
Thank you guys so much for reading, I have more squish content coming your way! Hope you have a wonderful day or night whoever you are. 🌞🌛
Well, that is it! I really enjoy creating these palettes so you will be seeing more of these posts! Also, in the next posts like this I do, I will make sure to take some pictures of looks I created! Thanks for reading!
My dad had been battling ALS since probably August or September 2018, but was diagnosed January 21st 2019. With this diagnosis, he ticked many things off his life bucket list. He became a kayaker, a skydiver, a snorkeler, a blogger, a life coach, an inspiration. And my dad stayed the things he loved being. A radio DJ, a fitness junkie, a traveler, a skier, a teacher, a father, a brother, and a friend. Everything my dad wanted to be, he was. Except healthy. My dad passed away exactly a week ago today (2.28.20.) I miss him so much it hurts everyday.
I decided to follow in my dads footsteps and start blogging again. Today, I want to start a series. I thought I could do it in one post, but I really want to be detailed with this. I want to go through this past year, well a little over a year. I want to really recap all the great things my dad did, the things we did together. The great things my mom and sister did for my dad. All the people my father impacted. The people he inspired. I’m having a really hard time grasping this past year, really accepting this loss (but who can when they lose a parent?) I feel like this will really help me to heal, and I hope someone will enjoy this little story of my dads year with ALS, and how it changed so many people.
Let’s start with his diagnosis. It was around December when we knew things weren’t right. Dad’s legs had been getting weak for a few months, but it hadn’t been extremely substantial until November or December when he started to walk like, and I quote, “Frankenstein.” His legs were stiff, and soon he would need a cane.
On January 3rd, my dad went to a doctors appointment where they told him it was a possibility it could be ALS, but he needed to see a neurologist first.
On January 22nd, my dad got his final answer. It was, indeed, ALS. We were all heartbroken. My dad was already using a cane, and soon would need crutches. This is one ugly disease, but the beauty that came out of it, the beauty and love from people was worth it.
We will start with our first adventure, Florida. My grandma rents a house everyday February on the coast and we decided to head out and have a early beach vacation.