Cult Gaia ark bag. Most girls have this bag in the bamboo wood tone, but most of those are sold out at this point. But they also come in green and other colors and in various sizes. I wanted to get this bag a couple months ago but kept waiting and waiting. And now to my confession: I think the bag has become too trendy for me to buy it now. Am I right? Or am I right?
I was never a big fan of tacos. If I went to a Mexican restaurant I would order a quesadilla or flautas. I just didn't care for tacos -- soft or hard shell...until recently. I went to a place that didn't have a lot of options, and I wanted to get something protein heavy so I got carnitas tacos. I've never looked back. And here's my other confession: I seriously crave tacos now and could eat two a day, every other day (not sure how some people eat any more than two in one sitting). The coolest thing is that they can be made quickly, but they're much healthier than fast food, yet just as inexpensive.
I will always have a soft spot for eye serums, so I was so happy to get the Simply Eye Serum from Healing Natural Oils to try out this month. I also opted for their Simply Hand Oil because even though my face says 17, my hands say 40 (and I'm neither of those ages, by the way, lol). What I love about this line is that the products are all natural and made in the U.S. with no animal testing. The eye serum targets dark circles and bags to tighten and tone delicate eye skin. Ingredients include almond oil, rosemary essential oil, Baobab oil, Frankincense essential oil and Cypress essential oil. The plant extracts in the hand oil really help to hydrate, soften and enhance the skin on my hands. Just apply a few drops on the back of one hand and then rub the back of your other hand against it to massage in the oil. This creates a protective layer to help prevent moisture loss. Go ahead and try some products from the Healing Natural Oils line and get 20% off with code cheryl20 at checkout!
So I've lived in California for more than five years now. I feel like every year I say that I'm going to do a weekend trip to Seattle and Portland. But, yet another confession, the opportunity never presented itself until this past month. The hubs and I were finally able to visit Seattle as you guys know by now. I pretty much got to see every place on my list and may even do a roundup post on the blog in May. Next up -- Portland -- eventually.