Several people I know are searching for a good facial moisturizer. I searched for one for years (about 15 of ‘em) until I read a magazine article from a lady who has crazy-sensitive skin like I do. She recommended Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisturizer. It’s only a couple of bucks so I figured, why the heck not? I tried it, and I LOVE IT. It doesn’t leave this heavy, greasy feel like most moisturizers do. It sinks in right off the bat. During the winter, I use it morning and night and during the summer, I just use it at night (since my skin is oiler then anyways). It hasn’t made me break out, or made my skin red, raw, and bumpy like others have before. I love it. I love it. I love it. If you’re on the search for one, you should totally try it. It rocks my socks, or, err, my face. 🙂
Side-note: this moisturizer has zero SPF in it so if you’re going to be in the sun, you might want to try one of the ones with SPF. As my pasty-whiteness generally avoids the sun, it’s a non-issue for me.
$$$: I have several $2 off coupons for this stuff. If you want to try it, just say the word and I’ll send a coupon your way (as long as I still have some).
If you’ve followed this blog you’ll remember that my friend G from work and I started out walking 3 miles 1-2 days a week, then we said we were going to start the Couch to 5k plan, and now, we haven’t walked together in over a month. Honestly, my schedule is insane. I have something going every weekend and at least 3-4 days during the week. Still, I should be making more time to workout. Shame on me. Guess I’m going to have to start over again (didn’t I post several weeks/months ago about starting over… again? I’m seeing a theme here).
I read a lot of blogs. I mean, lots and lots of blogs. Most of them are about crafts, food, or interior decorating… all those things that make my life complete.
Anywho, sometimes those blogs I read are inspiring, sometimes they’re just freaking hysterical. I thought I’d share some of both with you today J
Seriously, they’re totally worth the time to read. You might want to get some tissues though because I laughed so hard I cried. Oh, and don’t attempt to eat or drink anything while reading, these are a choking hazard!
I’m not usually a TV dinner type person because 1, I think they’re full of waaaaay to many preservatives and chemicals and 2, they usually taste like cardboard (especially the meat). However, from time to time when I have a coupon AND things are on sale, I’ll bite the bullet and take a risk. This weekend, Lean Cuisines were on sale at Kroger 5 for $10. I also had a coupon for buy 5 get $1 off. So, for $9, I have lunch for the week to pair with a bowl of soup (that was made over NYE weekend and frozen). I figured it was worth the risk. L.C. has some new varieties out and I decided to try some. Yesterday I had their Fajita-style Chicken Spring Rolls. It’s marketed as a snack item and contains 2 servings. I ate both servings as one lunch instead of two snacks. Anyways, I microwaved them a bit too long so they were a little burnt and overly crunchy but the taste was pretty good. Today, I had their Garlic Chicken Spring Rolls (same concept, different flavor) and I microwaved them not quiet long enough so they weren’t as crispy as I would have liked but the flavor was delish! They definitely get a thumbs up for that one.
I don’t know if any of this information is true and I have not as of yet attempted to verify any of it. However, I received this email today from a friend and if it is true, this is super-useful info to have!
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