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Heather

It’s not breaking news that I’m a fan of tea. And to be honest, I think when someone drinks more than three cups a tea a day it’s more than just liking tea–not ashamed! Tea has a lot of amazing health benefits. But all teas are not made equal. Certain teas help with certain issues you may be experiencing. Slow Metabolism / Energy Boost — Green and Cayenne Pepper Tea Insomnia — Chamomile, Lavender, and Valtarian Tea Seasonal Cold / Illness — Elderflower, Echinacea, Rose Hip, and White Tea Digestive

Okay ladies, let’s talk foundation. There has been countless times I’ve applied my foundation and I feel like Beyoncé—literally just running the foundation world over here. But then the moment I get to where I’m going I look completely different! My face looks blotchy and my foundation has started to look cakey. What gives? If you have this same problem, your application may be to blame. Here are the steps to achieving flawless foundation that lasts all day! 1. Exfoliate 2. Moisturize 3. Prime 4. Build your coverage 5. Use

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Happy Friday, beauties! What a week. I’m exhausted but so happy that it is finally Friday and I get a couple days off to be with friends and family. But even with the craziness, I still found time to enjoy the things that make me smile. Here is this week’s FIVE THINGS Well, everyone was telling me it’s time for a new phone cover. And I think this one fits me pretty well! 😉 I’m just here for the fortune cookie compliments, “The mysterious side of your nature makes you

Snowshoe Baseball is one of those terms that is flown around our family since I was born–but when we talk about it with other people we can count on getting some strange looks and a lot of questions. So if you aren’t familiar with this game, I’ll give you the quick breakdown! Snowshoe baseball is softball that is played wearing snowshoes and no gloves. In 1961 Lake Tomahawk Town Chairman, Ray Sloan, decided that he wanted to bring another source of entertainment to the small town for tourists and residents

When you hit your mid-twenties, it’s time to be introduced to the world of hostess gifts. It wasn’t necessary to bring a gift to the host of a college kegger—but we are adults now and things are a little different! The parties you will start attending will have a more sophisticated food spread (not just a bowl of stale chips and pretzels), and usually drinks are provided…aka you won’t have to buy a cup. And let’s be real, food and drinks are expensive! So the whole purpose of a hostess

Today’s morning muse: To say that being an entrepreneur is tough, especially in your mid-twenties, is an understatement. Following your dreams can be extremely stressful and disheartening at times. The reality is, you never stop working. While others work in routine, and get to watch the clock tick down to 5pm, we do not get that luxury. We are constantly thinking about ways to push our business forward. We are always networking. Always seeking opportunity. Always trying to navigate our next move. Always trying to figure out who can trust

One of the most important parts of my skincare routine is cleaning my makeup brushes. And if you don’t clean your makeup brushes on a regular basis—you need to start! When you use your makeup brushes oil, dirt, makeup, and bacteria get stuck in the bristles. Which means if you don’t clean your brushes, all of that will penetrate your skin clog your pores—causing breakouts, irritation, and even premature aging. I’ve found the best makeup brush cleaner. The best part? You can make it yourself! I’ve tried so many store

It’s not a trip Up North without catching a keeper or two. Northern Wisconsin has some of the best fishing–Musky, perch, walleye, trout, panfish, smallmouth and largemouth bass, we have it all. This wasn’t our craziest round fishing, as we only caught about 3 fish that were actually worth keeping, it was still a great time on the water with my family.

Over the past year I have fallen in love with quinoa! I started replacing my rice with quinoa in many recipes and it always tastes amazing. But a few days ago I was craving something a little different. I wanted quinoa, but also wanted something spicy, and a way to use up the chicken in my fridge that was going to expire (oops). Then it came to me—Buffalo Chicken Quinoa Bowl! Such a simple recipe and it’s perfect for a filling lunch for one (or two if you double the

The other day I was in the grocery store and was literally just throwing things in my basket. I had no plan for what I was going to do with any of it–but everything was pretty healthy so I figured it was okay. Some of the things in my basket: Organic skinless chicken tenders, sweet potato, and asparagus. So I thought, I’ll throw it all into a casserole dish and make a bake! But then of course I was out of chicken broth. I searched the cabinets and low and

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