Here are the products I used in this video and the links to them.


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New Puppy

I recently got a puppy as an early Christmas gift.  He is a siberian husky and is all white with brown eyes.  I love him so much already.  He was born on October 10th, 2015 so he is about 10 weeks old at this point.  I decided to name him Trooper.  I had a list of tons of names that I picked from.  For example I had: Mayday, Aspen, Storm, Oakley, Remi, King, and so much more.  I plan to make him an emotional support and therapy dog too.  Within the next few weeks he will be starting puppy classes for socialization and basic obedience.  Once, he is older maybe around 5 months or so I want to do agility or protection training with him.  I am sure he will enjoy either for learning and exercise.  Below I have Pictures of him….soon I will have a youtube video for him.


Day to Night Makeup

For the day time makeup keep it simple.  You will want to prep your skin with a primer then a long wearing foundation.  Also, a concealer if you feel the need for it.  Fill in your eyebrows with a soft pencil with feathery strokes.  You will want to leave the eyelids plain, just coat your lashes with mascara.  For the cheeks put a matte bronzer from your temples along your cheekbones.  Take your favorite blush and apply to the apples of your cheeks and blend into the bronzer.  The lips you will want something with subtle color.  Now you are all done for the day look.

For the night time makeup you will add on to from the day time look.  Now, you will apply eye shadow and create a brown smokey eye.  If you wish to have a stronger contour then add more bronzer.  Only thing left now is to add a lipstick on and gloss on top of it.

Down below I have some products listed that I like.

Gem Soap


What you will need:

  • A package of clear glycerin soap base (at craft stores)
  • rectangle soap molds
  • food coloring
  • fragrance oil (like lavender or vanilla)


  • cut the package of glycerin into small cubes
  • place the cubes into the soap molds and then microwave for 30 seconds or until fully melted
  • mix in drops of food coloring and fragrance oil until you like the soaps color and scent
  • set out to harden for least an hour
  • now gently pry soaps out of the molds with a butter knife.  cut hard angles into their edges to create gemstone shapes

Firecracker Bark



  • 3/4 cup puffed rice cereal
  • 1 (12 ounce) package semisweet or white chocolate chips
  • 1 (1/3 ounce) package red pop rocks candy
  • 1 (1/3 ounce) package blue pop rocks candy


  • First line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
  •   Then put the cereal in a medium bowl and use your hands to crush 3 or 4 times.
  • Microwave the chocolate in a heatprof bowl on high for 30 seconds.  Take it out and stir, then repeat 2 or 3 times more.  You want the chocolate to be completely smooth.
  • Now mix the cereal with the chocolate together.  Once, it is all mixed transfer to the baking sheet and sprinkle the pop rocks evenly over top.
  • Chill it until it is firm, so about 1 hour.  Then break apart and enjoy!

1920’s Fashion

Fashion in this time was really different from now.  The dresses for women were at mid calf length and very loose all around.  They did not hug anywhere on the body.  There was a lot to textures, patterns, and colors.  As for coats and jackets had trims of fur on it, to show wealth.  Hats were a statement piece needed for everything you wore.  Girls would have a bobbed or cropped haircut.  Wearing a pleated skirt with a loose belted jumper and a cardigan became the everyday look for women.  For shoes they had small heels that would lace or button up and was closed toe.  Almost nothing is the same from today’s fashion, but it is constantly changing.





Beauty Tips

Here are some tips to help out.

  • Before you throw away products that are in plastic tubes, cut them open and get what is left.  You can use a small container to put the remaining product.
  • Ever wonder how to clean eye shadows?  Pour rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle and then spray the eye shadows with it.  Take a cotton ball and wipe clean.
  • To clean false lashes all you need is a spoolie brush and rubbing alcohol.  Carefully run the spoolie through the lashes to get off old glue and makeup.  This way it wont ruin the lashes and they last longer.
  • You can store lipsticks, nail polish, and perfumes in the refrigerator to make them last a little longer.
  • Clean makeup brushes by using baby shampoo and olive oil.  Put the brush under the running water and put olive oil then baby shampoo.  Rinse thoroughly and lay them flat to dry off.

Bath Bombs


Want to know how to make your own bath bombs? Then continue reading and I will tell you.

Things you will need

For Bath Bomb:

  • 8 oz. baking soda
  • 4 oz. citric acid (at health food stores)
  • 4 oz. cornstarch
  • 4 oz. Epsom salt
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 3/4 teaspoon water
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 4 drops of food coloring
  • cupcake liners
  • essential oil

For Frosting:

  • 3 tablespoons meringue powder (at craft stores)
  • 6 tablespoons warm water
  • 1 lb. powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • sprinkles


  • In a bowl mix together baking soda, citric acid, cornstarch, and Epsom salt.
  • In another bowl mix the coconut oil (warm it up so it is liquidy, water, vanilla extract, and food coloring.
  • Now add the wet mixture to the dry ingredients.  Make sure to add one spoonful at a time so does not fizz up.  You want it to feel like wet sand.  Also, add in a few of an essential oil you like if you have any.
  • Pack the mixture into cupcake size balls and place them in the liners and flatten the tops.  Now let them dry completely, this will take a few hours.
  • In a bowl, use an electric mixer on high to mix the meringue powder and water until frothy.  Add in the powdered sugar and vanilla extract and beat until stiff.
  • Put the frosting on the bath bomb and top it off with sprinkles.