For this month’s Pets are People Too Linkup, I thought I’d showcase my cat doing what she does best.
Here’s some info about P90X3:
- All P90X3 workouts are 30 minutes long. This is perfect for people who want an intense exercise program but don’t have the time for regular P90X.
- P90X3 is a 90-day program, split into 3 Blocks. Blocks 1 & 2 each consist of 4 weeks, while Block 3 lasts 5 weeks.
- All orders of P90X3, purchased on TeamBeachbody.com, through a Coach or through a Challenge Pack, from 12/10/13 through 12/31/13 will include a free P90X3 hat. Imma rock that hat.
- The meal plan includes a vegan option!
- I’m giving away a Shakeology shaker cup for anyone that buys the challenge pack through my store.
Here are details of the workouts:
Prices depend on which P90X3 kit you buy, but the base kit is $120. The best deal is really the Challenge Pack that is on sale for $180 until December 31. The challenge pack includes the base kit and a month of Shakeology (you all know how I feel about Shakeology).
Let me know if you want more information – you can email me at email@example.com or leave your question in the comments.
Thanks for reading this and sharing in my excitement!
I saw this tutorial on Makeup.com for striped nails and I thought – sure! That looks easy enough.
And it kind of was…
First I gathered my supplies: base coat, top coat, three colors, drying drops, and some nail tape.
Here’s what I’ll do differently next time:
- I’ll paint the base color the day before since it takes a while to dry. My pinky is unstriped because I put the tape on before it was totally dry, and then I had to redo it entirely.
- I’ll use bolder colors – the base polish is a bit fleshy-looking compared to the others.
- I will tamp the tape down so the colors don’t bleed.
Have a great week and thanks for stopping by!
Awhile ago I purchased and reviewed the Giovanni D:tox System Purifying Cleanser. It worked so well that when I saw it on the shelf at TJ Maxx, I had to buy another. I picked up the Purifying Scrub, too. TJ Maxx has these items at knock-down prices so the cheapo in me was pretty happy.
Like with the cleanser, I know the scrub works because I received the entire set from Meg’s Makeup a while ago. Generally, I think that chemical exfoliation is better for my skin, so I have a stash of mandelic acid products ready to use. But you shouldn’t be exposed to sun after doing a chemical peel so I’ve been holding off on using them until winter. (Yes, I know it’s December, but it was 75 degrees last weekend with bright sunshine.) While waiting to use the chemical peels, I still need some sort of exfoliant, so Givoanni D:tox was a perfect choice. The granules are very small, so I don’t have to worry about damaging my skin by scrubbing too hard. And boy do I scrub. My face is left smooth and soft from this scrub, and I know it’s gentle because my face is not red afterward. I use it every other day, but I’m pretty sure I could use it daily without problems.
I’m still loving the cleanser, too. I use it at night when I wash off my makeup. I am verrrry oily but I never use cleansers formulated for oily skin because it just makes me feel dry. I love that the Giovanni cleanser does not strip my skin and make it tight.
I am really happy with these products – my skin is looking better already.
What skincare are you using?