Thursday, May 9, 2019

New is Good, Old is Good.

This is quick, since it's been a while since I've posted lately. It's been a whirlwind working towards earning a better income with a better job and working towards making some profit writing for I love that I can write about a bunch of different topics AND get paid for them as well. If you're interested in that, you can see if it's a good fit for you.

Here are some of my stories...a few you've probably read already if you've kept up with my blog, so I won't share those, but these are some of my more recent posts. Feel free to "clap" or comment if you'd like (that's part of the process to earn income), but please don't feel obligated to do so.

Do you like being constantly behind? Here's some ways I work toward staying ahead of my tasks for the week

An Amateur's View on Bitcoin and the Cryptocurrency Markets

How do you continue writing when you feel like you have nothing to say?

I love writing for Medium and I hope you can find success there. Feel free to follow me as well...that way you can be informed when I post a new article.

There's really not much going on in my life, so this will necessarily be brief. I plan on working on more stuff on here this weekend. Lots of things planned so stay tuned!

Monday, February 11, 2019

What Is The Deal With All The Various Types of Bathing Salts Out There?

Okay, so I’ve been doing tons of research into the healing properties of various salts in the bath, and I’d love to share my knowledge. This isn’t super long, but should get you at least a basic idea why particular salts are used for bathing and which ones to use for your own creations.

What is Dead Sea Salt?

Image: Coarse Ground Dead Sea Salt

This salt is sourced from none other than the Dead Sea in Israel. Salts from this lake are very high in naturally occurring minerals that are fantastic for skin care! Dead Sea salt is said to have upwards of 20 different trace minerals and has been used for millennia for its healing benefits.The magnesium chloride and sulfur salt content helps re-hydrate your skin and rebuild your skin’s natural barrier against drying elements like sun exposure and the cold. As part of a bath soak, the minerals of the Dead Sea work together to rebuild and protect your skin!

What is Himalayan Pink Salt?

Image: Coarse Ground Pink Himalayan Salt

Himalayan pink salt is a salt found deep in the Himalayan mountains of Asia known for its pink color. This color comes from the increased level of iron and is also well known for its high levels of beneficial minerals AND as a very useful bath soak.
This is said to be one of the purest forms of salt today, having been mined from oceans deep in the mountains and containing 80+ different minerals naturally occurring. This means that this salt is much more effective than regular table salt and that these minerals will help the salt regulate and detoxify the skin easily.
Here’s a wonderful recipe you can adjust to your own personal preference. Makes 5 ounces of skin soothing bath salt.


2.5 ounces of Pink Himalayan Salt
2.5 ounces of Dead Sea Salt
1 tablespoon coconut oil
10–20 drops essential oils such as lavender, frankincense, etc


Mix all ingredients well. Pour into glass container and use as much or little as you want. Can be modified or increased to your specific preference. 
I hope you are able to enjoy your bath soak! Your skin will thank you.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Fantastic Finds Boutique Spotlight of the Week

This beautiful set of earrings gives you dangly shimmery perfection! I love these so much! They will be available for quick shipping in less than two weeks!

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Happy New Year! What I love about the first days of the New Year and Some Things I'll do differently.

Life is moving right along! It hasn't been the absolute best year of my life, but definitely nowhere near the worst I've ever been! There are good things and bad things that have happened, but I am choosing to focus on only the good for this review. As I've been working on this post during my days at work and when I'm out of work, it's been a little frustrating to get a clear and concrete thought process going. It can be difficult to get coherent thoughts out on paper when you're exhausted from

New is Good, Old is Good.

This is quick, since it's been a while since I've posted lately. It's been a whirlwind working towards earning a better income w...