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10 Drugstore Products That Are Kardashian Approved

10 Drugstore Products That Are Kardashian Approved

The Kardashian family is known for their drama, TV show and living luxuriously. The sisters are always showing off their wealth on Instagram. Whether it’s Kim Kardashian flaunting designer clothes, Kourtney Kardashian showing off enviable vacation spots or Kylie Jenner posting videos of her latest expensive car, you get the gist that the family loves spending money. But no matter ...

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How to De-Sweat Your Hair After a Workout

How to De-Sweat Your Hair After a Workout

If you’re like me and workout almost every day then you likely know the struggle of “to wash my hair, or to not wash my hair? That is the question.” I work out 5-6 times weekly. I either do my Bodyboss Method workout at home, or I hit up the gym and do my 20/20/20/20 workout (20 minutes on the elliptical, 20 ...

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Wrapping Up All the Details About Body Wraps

Wrapping Up All the Details About Body Wraps

It seems that everywhere we turn, we’re confronted with another “lose weight fast” product or plan. From fad diets to crazy workout equipment, and even going as extreme as plastic surgery, there’s no shortage of money-making schemes designed to hit on the insecurities that we women face on the daily. But, have you heard about body wraps? They’re nowhere near ...

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13 Best Halloween Costumes For Dogs on Amazon

13 Best Halloween Costumes For Dogs

13 Best Halloween Costumes For Dogs Today I’ve got the 13 best Halloween costumes for dogs to share with you. You know I’m Halloween obsessed, so I had to do it! You can find all of these costumes on Amazon. If you’re a cat lover, you’ll want to check out my 13 best Halloween Costumes for Cats. Dracula Dracula never ...

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This Non-Nomadic Life (Part Deux)

This Non-Nomadic Life (Part Deux)

Posted: 8/30/2018 | August 30th, 2018 Years ago, when I tried to slow down and travel less, I wrote a post on my new “non-nomadic” life. It didn’t stick — and I was quickly back on the road. It was a pattern that lasted for years. I’d come home, proclaim to my friends was I’m going to settle down for ...

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Pondering a Diminished Colorado River •

Pondering a Diminished Colorado River

One morning this summer, I stepped onto my paddleboard and glided into the headwaters of the Colorado River. To my amazement, the Roaring Fork, a tributary of the Colorado in the western half of the state, was far from roaring. The stream was more like the kind of babbling brook you might find during a hot, late summer. But it ...

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