In a special series of postings, I am going to show you my #dbsobsessed obsessions from Baja, specifically San Jose del Cabo, with a little Cabo San Lucas mixed in. Stay tuned!
While it was a few weeks ago, Episode 15 of RHONY brought us many gems. The best and the brightest was obviously Countess LuAnne being legit the coolest bitch on the planet. God bless her.
And while I wish I had a better shot of it from that evening, the other bright shining star was the leather jacket that my spirit animal, Dorinda Medley, wore to Kristen's jean's bedazzling shindig! In. Love.
Great news... SHE WORE IT AGAIN, in London, and I got some more shots of this killer jacket.
I realize I promised this would be a feature that would be very regular, and it has not been yet! Here we go again. This one is not just one look from one night, but it goes out to pretty much every look that Jennifer Esposito has rocked as Calista on Mistresses. She is high-fashion perfection, as you will see below.
After putting Alfie through what I imagine has been a very enjoyable testing period, I have finally come up with a full-blown review on dog treats that are worth sharing. I have spared you the losers. Here goes:
Time for another Top 10 list! This one is all about my favorite apps at the moment. Here we go!
I recently told you my tips for perfect summer skin. Now it is time to tell you about the rest of my favorite summer makeup products for a quick and easy every day routine.
While I LOVE getting all dolled up for a night out, it is not my natural instinct to put on a face for a day of doing not so much. However, as I am not getting any younger, I am realizing that a little something is necessary on most occasions. So, here is the routine I am loving for a (close to) effortless polish before heading out. Nothing too noticeable, just enough to make you look a bit more put together:
As someone who is proud to be owned by a Miniature Longhaired Dachshund (notoriously impossible to house break), cleaning up 'mess' has become an all too regular activity in my home. With this in mind, I have tried EVERYTHING for thorough cleaning of such accidents, and I think I have found the two best solutions (aside from successful potty training - we are almost 100%, btw).
Up first: Rocco and Roxie Supply Company's Professional Strength Stain & Odor Remover.
This stuff is as good as it gets. It is not cheap, but that is because it doesn't have to be when it works this well. ALL trace of pet urine will be gone and you will not have a home that smells like you have a dog or cat (always a plus). I suggest buying the gallon size when going through training, as you will need a lot of it, and it is the most cost effective way to purchase.
You soak up the mess (I recommend Zwipes Microfiber cloths for this- you can cut them in half to make them last a LONG time , clean with water and soak up again, then spray a good amount of this stuff, and you are golden.
Up next: The BISSELL Spotbot Pet Handsfree Spot and Stain Cleaner with Deep Reach Technology.
Why do I love this? Well, other than because of the fact that it works, I love it because it is so damn easy to use. Literally set it on top of a stain and push a button. It does the rest.
If the stain is on a rug you want to take extra care with, or if it is bigger than the area covered by the automatic setting, just take the hose attachment out and clean manually, using the hose. This is especially good for when there are (sorry in advance) poop or barf problems that you have no intention of touching/scrubbing by hand, any more than you absolutely have to.
I assure you that this is for irony only... But this book is seriously the greatest addition to any guest room, or guest bath. Such a funny conversation starter as decor. I am #dbsobsessed with it.
Don't take yourself so seriously. Pick up Selfish by Kim Kardashian and let the laughs ensue.
Amazing find for those of us who are about that low-carb life: Kale Sprouts from Trader Joe's. Loving these, tossed in olive oil, ghee or coconut oil with salt + pepper, and even seasonings and/or garlic, then roasted at 425 until they are as crispy as I am in the mood for.
drew bailey scott
My raison d'etre: Seeking and experiencing that which improves my life in all areas. The purpose of this blog: to share those incredible discoveries with others, hopefully making their lives even better!