Hi everyone! Today I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the Bobbi Brown Hydrating Face Cream. It’s a cream-based moisturizer for normal to extra dry skin types. It’s also my first high-end skincare purchase, ever!
The most visited post in my old blog were always about yarns and where to find them, which was written in 2012. Fast forward six years later, we now have a bigger community of crocheters and knitters. And with that, there are now more stores that offer a wide variety of yarns, from local to imported to even having their own yarn lines. We have come a long way from what it was like to start this hobby when I started it ten years ago.
Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing one of my few sewing wins. I finished this around September last year. I’ve worn it a couple of times already, without anybody noticing it was handmade. Whew! And, I’ve always forgotten to take photos. Last time I wore it to work and found myself in a well-lit empty bathroom with a big mirror, and so here we are.
As promised in my first Project Pan post, I would be doing quarterly check-ins and now it’s time for the first update. Overall, I’ve been very good about using up the products on my list. I’ve been wearing makeup to work three times a week, as I work from home for two days. I’ve learned a lot of things about these products, and I have made some progress on emptying and panning them.
Hello! I am back, and this time I’m reviewing a few affordable brushes that I got from Miniso. I picked these up because they’re pretty and they don’t look like the knockoff Real Techniques and Ecotools brushes that they carry.
One of my major resolutions for this year, aside from actually using up my makeup, is to start a skincare routine. I have neglected my skin because I’ve had pretty good skin all my life. By pretty good, I meant that I did not have oily skin and have one or two pimples come up every now and then when I’m nearing my period, which is by the way, not a very good indicator of good skin.
January is almost over and I think I might have finally found “planner peace”. I’ve been trying to figure out for years my planning style and how I’d stick with planning beyond the first 3 months of owning a planner. And the secret, for me, is this: one planner alone is not enough. I found it in a system of planners and journals, both analog and digital, each serving its own purpose. So here’s my current setup:
For years now, I think I’ve been collecting makeup, just because I like buying them but I don’t really get to use them that much. At the end of the year, I started to declutter and throw out some very old products, some of them I haven’t even used yet. Then I felt bad for all the money I spent and lost on these things. I decided I’d finally force myself to use up my makeup.