Well after seeing a TON of reviews and finding a $10 off coupon I decided to try the popsugar must have box and I am very glad I did! I love it! Just opening it up was exciting! I had seen spoilers but there is still that initial thrill of opening a box and seeing and touching the items inside.
I was pleasantly surprised by all of the items. I have or will use all of the items except one I gave the nature box trail mix to my sister the mix was just not for me. My favorite item is the Too Faced eyeshadow! It is beautiful and I love the neutral colors I use mostly brown on my eyes and I just love it! I also love the EcoShopper it lives in my pocketbook (which is HUGE incase I ever need it!)
I like most people have never had a positive experience with press on nails…I was actually really disappointed to find that I was receiving press on nails in my UniVoxBox.
However I went into the experience with an open mind and I am glad I did. I was not a huge fan of the pattern of my nails but they grew on me. I opened them up followed the simple directions and matched up my nails. I have wide nails so it was a bit tough but I found 10 nails that fit! I went on to apply them one by one (so simple all you do is peel off a sticker and they are on!) Once they were on I was so impressed! I LOVED my nails and could not wait to show them off they looked FABULOUS!!
They lasted for over a week. and looked great the whole time!! Infact I had a little trouble taking them off…my advice is to soak your fingertips in nail polish remover for quick removal!
**I recieved this product complimentary from Influenster for testing and reviewing purposes!**
I have been getting very crafty recently. I would love to pass on the love! Plus I am all about paying it forward. My rules are simple! The first 10 people to comment on this post with the phrase “I’m in!” (with a link to your blog) will get something from me. (I only ask that you follow my blog!)
I’ll do my best to make it something creative, fun, or interesting! It will be at random times throughout the year – you won’t know until you find something waiting in your mailbox!
All I ask is that you agree to pay it forward in the year and do something nice for at least 5 more people. If you are a blogger – please share on your blog If you are just a follower share this on facebook or twitter.Just remember to share the love and tell me how you…
I have been getting very crafty recently. I would love to pass on the love! Plus I am all about paying it forward. My rules are simple! The first 10 people to comment on this post with the phrase “I’m in!” (with a link to your blog) will get something from me. (I only ask that you follow my blog!) I’ll do my best to make it something creative, fun, or interesting! It will be at random times throughout the year – you won’t know until you find something waiting in your mailbox!
All I ask is that you agree to pay it forward in the year and do something nice for at least 5 more people. If you are a blogger – please share on your blog If you are just a follower share this on facebook or twitter.Just remember to share the love and tell me how you will pay it forward!
My very first job was at a catering hall. I worked on and off there for almost 7 years. I spent my weekends going to weddings, sweet 16’s, engagement parties, awards dinners, and business meetings. I did this while most people my age were going out drinking and partying. I worked two 17 hour shifts a weekend plus 2 week nights. This on top of extracurricular activities and homework.
I hated this job so much. Mostly because of the people I had to deal with.
I have some tips for the general public.
Be respectful. You have a job and people treat you well. This is our job treat us well!
Say please and thank you. You may think that goes with respect. However, not all people think that way.
Please tip waitstaff. You tip if you go to a restaurant like applebees or if you get a drink at a bar…why wouldn’t you tip at a wedding? Waitstaff still brings you food and drinks….If you are at a sweet 16 or a wedding please take care of the people who are running your food and drinks. Chances are they do not see a penny of the tips that are “included in the price” that the bride and groom pay per plate.
Be on time to whatever party you are going to. If you show up 25 minutes after dinner service do not expect to get a warm dinner or dinner at all. If you show up and don’t give an order find a waiter and ask to place an order!
DO NOT TOUCH WAITSTAFF!! If they have something in their hands chances are they should not be messed with! Grabbing a waitress to dance while they are serving salad is UNACCEPTABLE. In some cases we can get fired for something like that.
As much as you may think it helps do not put your plates,glasses, trash on a waiters tray as they are packing it or walking by. Chances are there is a very delicate balance on that tray that you will ruin.
Smile and have fun. If our tables are happy we can be happy.
These may be very biased. They may not even be true everywhere but please take these tips into consideration!
As I sit here watching the 2014 Olympics I am reminded of some of my most cherished childhood memories. I used to watch Ice skating with Nanny (my grandmother on my moms side). She passed away when I was young but we would spend winters watching people gliding beautifully across the ice. We would go to see Stars on Ice or sit comfortably watching them on TV.
Now at 23 years old I am watching a new generation of ice skaters show off their magical footwork on the ice in Sochi. It is amazing how graceful these skaters are. The Ice dancing couple pictured to the left Meryl Davis and Charlie white were so perfect! I was amazed by the chemistry they have. It is like magic as soon as they step out onto the ice. The USA team is fabulous and I am so excited that they got the bronze! Now I get to wait for curling my second favorite sport in the winter Olympics!