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How can a made bed possibly bring so many emotions? Deep breath, smile. Ok,.. as promised.. Getting Kids Ready For Sleepaway Camp For The First Time 1 Do not start 2 days before they leave for camp. 2 Unless you function best under ridiculous pressure, do not start a week and a half before you launch 8 new products on your herbal skincare line. 3 Do not do the laundry and pack their stuff on a really beautiful day when you would rather have everyone outside. 4 Do not think about ...
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1 Every time you make your kids drink water, drink water. Hydration is key. 2 Every time you make your kids eat some fruit and veggies, eat some fruits and veggies. Your skin will thank you for the nutrients. 3 Every time you get your kids in to bed to make sure they get a good night sleep, get yourself into bed for a good night sleep. Say goodbye to having tired looking face. 4 Yeah right, ok fine, go for a nice brisk walk. Increasing your blood flow brings better color and ...
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1 Well, it pulls humidity out of the air. In soupy New Jersey in the summer, that means your dehumidifier is your best friend. 2 Dehumidifiers smell bad because the bucket holds stagnant moisture pulled from the air. I keep a bottle of leftover essential oils from experimental recipes, and fill a dropper of it into my dehumidifier every time I think of it (a few times a week) to keep it from molding. I just started this genius practice this summer, so far so good. 3 A portable ...
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Natural sunscreen do’s and don’ts. People keep asking me why I don’t sell a natural sunscreen. The truth of the matter is that I use my Nightly Repair Face Serum in the morning, and although I state no claims, it has enough natural SPF from the tamanu, carrot, and other oils that I don’t need any SPF on my face most days. (See below for citation on a study I found about SPF of tamanu). If I am to spend a day in full sun I use a lab tested, mineral based high SPF sunscreen from a ...
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