Quick and Healthy Blueberry Kale Smoothie

Quick and Healthy Blueberry Kale Smoothie

Today I wanted to share a delicious, quick and healthy smoothie recipe! I love any smoothie that includes kale, especially when you can't taste it! You won't even notice that it's in this Blueberry Kale Smoothie, but your body will notice the benefits! I hope you enjoy this quick and yummy smoothie!

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My 2015 Bucket List

My 2015 Bucket List

Well, it's the middle of February and I'm just now posting my 2015 bucket list. This may be a little late, but better late than never right? Top of the list? Publish 2016 bucket list sooner! Either way, I didn't want this to be a "resolutions" list. This is more or less a place for me to keep track of things I aim to do, and what I accomplish. So, in no particular order, I give you my 2015 Bucket List:

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Get Younger Looking and Clearer Skin

Get Younger Looking and Clearer Skin

"I want my skin to look as old and blemished as possible," said no woman ever! I am right there with every woman, if you have a product that can clear up my skin and provide anti-aging benefits, I am game to try it out! Especially since hormonal changes have been wreaking havoc on my skin recently. Ackk! This is where InstaNatural’s Anti-Aging Skin Clearing Serum comes in!

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A Guide to Hairstyles for Different Types of Dresses

A Guide to Hairstyles for Different Types of Dresses

We're on the cusp of Spring (even thought it might not feel like it) and with Spring comes the chance to wear dresses again! Fancy, formal, casual, strapless or halter, there is a dress for everyone! There is also a hairstyle for each dress! You might be a bridesmaid or attending a wedding or a fun party, or even a backyard BBQ. Whether you love a high pony, chic bun or side swept hairdo, the option is yours, so check out my guide to hairstyles for different types of dresses.

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Dark & Stormy Chicken Soup

Dark & Stormy Chicken Soup

Do you remember Winter Blizzard Juno? (Or "the storm that didn't happen in NJ") Well, we were in Colorado on the eve of Juno, and our flight home was cancelled. We were able to re-book and fly into Philadelphia and drove home in some pretty bad snow. We knew we had no fresh food in the house, and we were supposed to be snowed in for 2 more days. I did a mental check of the pantry: chicken broth, chicken thighs in the freezer, full spice rack, olive oil, rice, butter, garlic, all in stock.

We stopped at the local store and walked around in a jet-lagged daze, picking up some random fresh produce, lunch meat, and chips and salsa (there was no need to suffer through the storm without snacks!). Our plan was to make soup to keep us warm and sustained while holed up inside.

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