I’m often asked about my almost perfect eye lashes. Even though God didn’t give me perfect eye lashes. (Of course, my husband and Baby Blue have them!) Anyway, I can’t remember the first time I wore false eyelashes. What I do recall is having no luck with the traditional one-strip lash. It never looked natural. And, shortly after getting them to stay on, they’d peel off on one side or the other. Not attractive!
Then, about ten years ago, I had my lashes done at a salon, for a special occasion. They looked so natural, and stayed on for over a week! Soon after, I discovered that individual lashes and lash glue are available at any drug store! So, I decided to give try applying them, myself.
Each season brings about new temperatures, activities, and you guessed it…Fashion trends! Personally, I never feel obligated to partake in fashion trends. Unless they are practical, fun, and affordable! In this post, I’m going to share the 2019 Spring Fashion Trends that I think are worthwhile. (Yes, there are a lot of trends, but I try to select the most practical ones for regular gals, like you and me! I’ll also share some affordable options, for each trend. With different price points. Ya ready??
I grew up loving Irish Potatoes. These heavenly confections of delight only came around, once a year. Around St. Patrick’s Day. Recently, I learned that Irish Potatoes originated in Philadelphia! Evidently, some sweet baker came up with the concoction and named them Irish potatoes. Not because they were made with potatoes. But, because they looked like potatoes!
This weekend, Scott took me skiing. It was my first time, officially learning to ski. I had gone skiing, once before, in my early twenties. But, I made the mistake of going with a group of experienced skiers (who advised against taking a lesson). Let’s just say, the skiing didn’t go that well. I was grateful, however, that I could at least say that I tried.
Since starting LE Woman (in my forties), I made a commitment to model extraordinary living, regardless of our circumstances! (Age, body-type, disability, etc.) Last year, I tackled scuba diving. Another experience that initially went badly, for me, many years prior. I’m so glad that I did it, for a second time, because I loved it!
Since then, I’ve been wanting to give snow skiing another shot. In this blog post, I’m going to share how my first official ski lesson went. Along with some advice for you first-timers. Especially those who may feel that it’s too late to learn something new.
Even though I don’t have a lick of Irish in me, I enjoy St. Patrick’s Day. I like making Irish dishes such as Irish stew and Corned beef and cabbage, at least once a year. But, this year I did something different. I used my Instant Pot to make Corned Beef & Cabbage. It came out so well, I had to share the recipe with you!
I’ve been meaning to write about this topic for a long time. For years, I struggled with debilitating health symptoms, such as anxiety and depression. I didn’t realize I was depressed, because I wasn’t sad. I just felt…paralyzed and numb. Depression comes in many ways. My hopes in writing this blog post is to encourage you (or someone you know) to get medical help if you feel that you are struggling with depression. I also want to share some home remedies that can help, as well.