We don’t do many reviews these days, but when we were offered a chance to review this new game called Pepper Pong, which looked to be a party game mash up of pickle ball, table tennis and beer pong, I jumped at the chance.
We were about to head off to our annual family vacation and I loved the idea of having another fun game to add to our arsenal of board games we usually take along with us to play on rainy days or after dinner in the resort.
Unfortunately, we didn’t get it in time but we did set up a table in the backyard and my youngest and middle kid had a go at it before middle headed off to college the following week.
The game is a product of pandemic, created out of boredom by founder Tom Filippini, a Colorado-based aviation and luxury resort entrepreneur, and is a portable, noise-free alterntive to pickle ball, which is all the rage in my part of the country and nationwide.
Each game comes with:
3 Balls of distinct speeds
1 Fence (aka “net”)
1 Travel Bag
The different balls have varying textures, and with each, they bounce across the fence lighter or harder. You supply the table.
The leg high foldable table we used was narrow which gave the kids less surface play so I recommend a wider table.
It took a while for the kids to get a knack for the volley so they rarely had a long rally before the ball went flying out of play. They still had fun. I think it would make a great game for a college lounge or party so…
We sent off the game with middle son to college to enjoy with his room and dorm mates.
Travel enthusiasts, frequent flyers, and wanderlust-driven souls all share a common desire: to explore the world while saving some bucks.
Fortunately, airlines have recognized this desire and introduced loyalty programs to reward their dedicated customers.
These programs offer a slew of perks, from free flights to elite status benefits. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the benefits and drawbacks of some of the most popular airline rewards programs.
United Airlines MileagePlus
Extensive Global Network: United Airlines, a member of the Star Alliance, provides access to an extensive network of destinations worldwide.
Generous Redemption Options: MileagePlus allows you to redeem miles for flights, hotel stays, car rentals, and more.
Elite Status Perks: Frequent flyers can enjoy benefits like priority boarding, free upgrades, and access to United Club lounges.
Limited Saver Award Availability: Finding award flights at the lowest mileage levels can be challenging, especially on popular routes.
Mileage Devaluation: United has devalued its MileagePlus program in the past, which can affect the value of your miles.
Creating a portfolio website for your high school senior’s college admissions application can be a powerful way to grab the attention of college admissions counselors in your state or region.
While helping my children get through the college admissions process, in 2020 and in 2023, I became consumed with a ton of research, and gained tremendous amount of insights from dozens of sources, including college admissions experts, veteran college parents and the like.
By the end of the process, I felt like a full blown expert myself.
I think I’m intuitive.
I have a knack for reading tea leaves
So I decided to take up Instagram’s offer to host a broadcast channel and I decided to dedicate it to helping fellow parents navigate the process.
Lessons from the pandemic college cycle
Among the many lessons I learned during the post-pandemic college admission process is that some schools are keen to admit students who are influential and/or who have a strong personality.
Those that are influencers and have a large following can become brand ambassadors of sorts when they choose to share their college visits, decisions reactons and later to tak their followers with them when they stat college.
They are few of them but there is no reason why another student with a stellar profile in their school or community couldn’t present themselves in a packaged way the same as an influencer.
Enter the High School Portfolio website
In today’s digital age, a well-crafted portfolio website can be a wonderful way to showcae your child child’s personality, along with their their accomplishments, talents, and aspirations and help them stand out from the crowd and showcase.
Here are some tips and strategies to help you make the most of this opportunity:
Step 1: Choose the Right Platform
Start by selecting a user-friendly website builder or content management system (CMS) that doesn’t require extensive technical skills. Platforms like Wix, Squarespace which has loads of templates
and WordPress.com are popular choices for creating portfolio websites.
Wix and WordPress.com are completely free though there are limits with customization. Squarespace has monthly plans that are low price but is still a great option.For extra personality, you can select a URL with your child’s name.
I like to research other websites and select a few I like then go from there.Ideally, you should pick a design that is clean, professional, and visually appealing.Make sure you use cohesive color scheme and high-quality images.Ensure that the website is mobile-responsive for easy viewing on different devices.
Include a dedicated section for academic achievements, such as GPA, standardized test scores, honors classes, and notable projects.To make it visually stimulating and appealing, use charts or infographics to visually represent accomplishments if applicable.
Showcase Extracurricular Activities:
Spotlight your child’s involvement in extracurricular activities, clubs, sports, or community service. Include photos, descriptions, and any leadership roles they’ve held.
Feature Personal Essays and Statements:
Publish their personal essays or statements of purpose on the website. These essays should reflect their passion, personality, and reasons for wanting to attend a specific college or university.
Include a Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV):
Provide a downloadable PDF of your child’s resume or CV. This document should summarize their educational history, work experience, awards, and skills.
Showcase Creative Work:
If your child has a talent in the arts, music, writing, or any other creative field, dedicate a section to showcasing their work. Include videos, audio clips, images, or writing samples as appropriate.
Testimonials and Recommendations:
Request letters of recommendation from teachers, mentors, or community leaders and display them on the website. Authentic endorsements can carry significant weight.
Incorporate interactive elements like a blog or journal where your child can share insights, experiences, or reflections related to their academic and personal growth
Make it easy for admissions counselors to reach out by including a contact form or an email address. Ensure that all contact information is up-to-date and professional.
Privacy and Security:
Be mindful of privacy concerns. Avoid sharing sensitive personal information, such as home addresses and phone numbers, on the website. Use strong passwords and enable security features to protect the site from potential threats.
Encourage your child to update the website as they achieve new milestones or receive new awards. Keeping the content fresh shows ongoing dedication and growth.
Update the Website all Application Season
Share the Website Strategically:
Once the portfolio website is ready, share it with college admissions counselors in your state or region. You can include the website URL in your child’s college application or email it directly to the relevant admissions offices.
Use website analytics tools to track visitor engagement. This can provide insights into which sections of the website are most popular and how admissions counselors are interacting with the content.
Seek Professional Help if Needed:
If you’re not confident in your web design skills, consider hiring a professional web designer or developer to ensure the website is polished and user-friendly.
As a business, I help parents create high school portfolios.
Sign up for a high school website set up consultation for free here!
Remember that the goal of the portfolio website is to complement your child’s college application and offer a more comprehensive view of their abilities and aspirations.By following these tips and strategies, you can help your child create a compelling digital portfolio that captures the attention of college admissions counselors in your state or region.
Packing a bento box is an art form in Japanese cuisine, and it involves arranging a balanced and visually appealing meal in a compact container. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you pack a bento box:
Bento box: Choose a container with multiple compartments to separate different foods.
Food items: Include a variety of foods like rice, protein, vegetables, and fruits.
Food dividers: Small cups or dividers can help keep foods separate.
Garnishes: Optional items like nori (seaweed), sesame seeds, or herbs for decoration.
Choose a Bento Box: Select a bento box with appropriate compartments. Some boxes have built-in dividers, while others might require separate dividers or cups to keep foods from mixing.
Select Foods: Decide on the components of your bento box meal. A traditional bento typically includes:
Rice or Carbs: Fill one compartment with rice, noodles, or another carbohydrate source.
Protein: Include a portion of protein like grilled chicken, fish, tofu, or eggs.
Vegetables: Add a variety of colorful and cooked or raw vegetables for nutrition and visual appeal.
Fruits: Incorporate sliced fruits or fruit sections for a touch of sweetness.
Garnishes: Optional garnishes like nori cutouts, sesame seeds, or herbs can add visual interest.
Prepare and Cook: Cook and prepare each component of the meal. Season and flavor them according to your preferences.
Cool Foods: Allow hot foods to cool down before packing them in the bento box. This helps prevent condensation inside the box.
Start Packing: Begin by placing any larger items, like rice or main protein, in their respective compartments. If your box doesn’t have built-in dividers, use small cups or dividers to separate different foods.
Add Vegetables: Fill another compartment with a variety of vegetables. You can use steamed, sautéed, or raw veggies.
Incorporate Fruits: Add sliced fruits or fruit sections to another compartment. Fruits like grapes, berries, or citrus segments work well.
Garnish: Use edible garnishes like nori cut into shapes, sesame seeds, or fresh herbs to enhance the visual appeal of your bento box.
Check for Gaps: Ensure that there are no large gaps or spaces between the food items. This helps prevent shifting during transportation.
Secure the Box: Close the bento box securely to keep the contents fresh and intact. Some bento boxes come with elastic bands or straps to hold the lid in place.
Transportation: If you’re taking the bento box on the go, place it in an insulated lunch bag or wrap it in a cloth to keep it at the desired temperature.
Remember, bento boxes offer flexibility, so feel free to customize the contents based on your preferences and dietary needs. The key is to create a well-balanced and visually appealing meal in a compact space.
Applying for a music school is an exciting process for both students and parents.
However, it can also be a daunting one, especially when considering the time, resources, and money costs involved. I know because I just underwent the process with my child who applied to five music schools including one conservatory thought he toured three during his journey.
Because I didn’t find a single article or video on YouTube detailing the process for parents, who are likely the ones that would have to foot the bill and arrange the travel for the music school and conservatory audition process, I decided to record my own.
In addition to the video above, here is a summary of the music school application process and what parents need to know to make informed decisions based on my independent research, communication with other music parents online and experience with my son and trial and error.
BEFORE YOU APPLY
Before your child applies, you, as the parent need to make sure that you and your child understand what’s involved. There are additional costs, time and resources you will need to expend.
The Time Committment
First, it’s important to understand that the music school application process can be time-consuming.
A year or two before auditioning, your child should conduct some research to determine who is the professor or instructor teaching the instrument or in charge of the vocal studios at the various music schools and conservatories.
Then, they should check out their websites to see if the profs offer camps, workshops or more and/or offer sample lessons. If they do, take them. These offer your child an opportunity to realize if they have a good vibe or connect well. Unlike high school and college, your child will be spending most of their time in college with this person so if there is not a connection there with this person, they have NO business appling to their studio.
My son actually decided against applying to one conservatory after taking a sample lesson with the professor for his instrument.
Preparing for Audition
Depending on the school, students may be required to prepare for and attend auditions, submit recordings or videos, write essays, and complete interviews.
This can take several months of preparation and planning, so it’s essential to start early. My son has a private tutor who used to cost about $70 per month to see him in person and/or virtually 1-2 times each month. But by the time he was done, sessions increased to multiple times each week and the last bill was close to $1,000 for that month.
If your child doesn’t have a private tutor, he/she/they should get one becaue they will be competiting for spots with kids who do have one. And for us, it was worth the investment because he got two full tuition merit scholarships for music. It took talent and the aid of the tutor to get there.
The Application Process
To begin the application process, parents and students should research the different music schools and their requirements. Each school has its own set of admission criteria, including specific academic requirements, musical skills, and personal qualities
Some schools may also have a minimum age requirement for applicants, so it’s important to check the age limit before applying.
Once parents and students have identified the schools they want to apply to, they should start preparing for the audition or evaluation process.
This may include practicing their musical skills with their private instructor, researching and learning about the school’s faculty and program, and preparing a repertoire for the audition.
It’s important to note that the resources required for the application process can vary greatly depending on the school.
Some schools may require students to submit professional-grade recordings, which can be expensive to produce. Additionally, as stated above, private lessons and coaching sessions with instructors can be costly.
Parents should also be aware of the financial costs of attending a music school.
The Travel Costs
Something that is not talked about is the amount of travel required once a child passes the pre-screen process. For live auditions, they’ll have to travel all over the country and this require transportation, lodge and meals which can add up.
Tuition fees for music schools can be expensive, and parents should be prepared to pay for instrument rentals, sheet music, and other materials.
In some cases, financial aid or scholarships may be available, but these can be competitive, and students may need to demonstrate exceptional talent and academic performance to be considered.
Tutoring, Instruments, Lessons, Camps
Finally, parents should also consider the long-term commitment required to attend a music school.
Studying music is a rigorous and demanding pursuit that requires significant dedication and practice time. Parents should be prepared to support their child’s musical development and ensure they have access to the resources and support they need to succeed.
Applying to a music school can be an exciting and rewarding experience for both students and parents.
However, it’s important to be aware of the time, resources, and money costs involved in the application process. By starting early, researching schools, and preparing thoroughly, parents can help their child navigate the application process successfully and set them up for success in their musical pursuits.
It’s the day when most colleges and universities require admitted students to have submitted their intent to enroll. That is also the date that high school seniors around the globe announce where theywill attend in the fall.
These days, college announcements can be as simple as a social media post to a full video and photo shoot produced by professionals. It runs the gamut.
In 2018 and again in 2020, I shared blog articles with creative ideas. I’ve updated those posts this year with a few new ideas I’ve seen since then.
These are some of the most creative college decision announcements and tips for students and their families who want to come up with their own unique announcements.
Here are 15 creative ideas to announce your college decision:
1. Create a video announcement.
By far, the most labor intensive, and arguably the most expensive is to have a professional grade video announcement like the one this young lady in the video above (I beg your indulgence in advance on some of the language and slurs in the song choice of her videos which may be offensive to some). Same with this popular one for years ago.
A video announcement is a great way to share your news with friends and family.
And you don’t necessarily need to hire a company to create one for you either. These days, video editing programs on your phone or computer like iMovie or Windows Movie Maker are all you need. However, a lot of those are pretty basic.
If you want fancy transitions, pre-designed animated graphics, and other creative, modern and interactive effects, consider some of the drag-and-grop mobile video editing apps that come with these tools.
Mobile apps like CapCut and inShot have template text and graphics.
To get an even more polished look, consider investing in a desktop software and apps like Wondershare Filmora, Camtasia, FinalCut Pro or inVideo. There are a lot of drag and drop desktop tools as well like Animotica, ClipChamp, and more. I’ve used all of these and think any would do thr trick!
Download an easy, intuitive, simple video editor to make your college reveal video using templates, drag and drop tools .
You don’t have to do an elaborate video at all! You can pull together something as a simple vertical video you shoot with your phone camera and post in social media to your family and friends.
Select a nice location, on a college campus, preferably, grab a broom and dustpan for collecting the confetti afterwards, then at the count of three, have family members gathered behind you pop the confetti as you reveal a shirt or letter or other memorabilia getting colorful confetti in the school colors.
You can buy the poppers in bulk starting as low as $10 for a pack of 6 on Amazon.
3. Balloon Reveal
This one is an idea straight from those uber popular “gender” reveal parties.
If you’re wavering between two different schools with distinct school colors, purchase some neutral colored balloons (such as black, white, gold, or silver).
Before filling them with helium, have the store stuff them with your college’s colors. When you’re ready to make your big announcement, gather the family and pop the balloons. Seeing that green and white for Michigan or the blue and gold for UCLA may just make their day!
Watch then high schooler Jenna Simacek do this reveal with her family on YouTube
You can do it yourself too with one big balloon!
Buy a Graduation Balloon or a plain black balloon that you can write on with a metallic marker. Then stuff it with powder, confetti or glitter that matches your school’s colors. On the count of three, pop to reveal the school colored confetti.
The simplest and most easy way to reveal which college your teen has gotten into and perhaps the final decision is through the popular collages you might have seen on Facebook or Instagram.
In the collage, you can highlight the final pick in a different color or size compared to the other schools.
To create your own, simply do a Google images search for the official seal of each school and download it do your computer.
Use a free tool likeCanva to find the perfect template then drag and drop the seals around a large photo of your child.
As you apply to colleges, purchase a pennant at each school and hang them in a row. When it’s time to tell your parents or friends which school you’ve decided on, one-by-one take away each pennants until you’re left with a winner.
The alternative if you cannot find pennants for the schools you have applied to and create your own pennants with letters spelling out your winning school.
If you’re holding out until graduation to tell your friends and more distant relatives, there is no better time to make your announcement than right after you receive that high school diploma!
Consider wearing your college’s shirt underneath your cap and gown.
When you have graduated, dramatically open your robe to reveal the name of your new school! You could also do this at a reveal party as this proud student did a few years back in a clever reveal (see video below)
It’s a great transition point and a way to say you’re ready to conquer the next school on your list.
The cupcake reveal is very popular. Simply bake cupcakes. Download a logo from each school and cut into a circle and paste behind a cardboard. Tape a toothpick to the back and stick into each cupcake.
8. Cake Pops
You can do the same as the cupcake but with cake pops but you might have to get creative if you don’t have a baker to help you create the branded sheets.
A college reveal cake pop is a small, bite-sized dessert that is similar to a cake pop but with a special surprise inside. Like a regular cake pop, it starts with a ball of cake crumbs and frosting, formed into a round shape and attached to a stick or skewer.
The surprise comes when the cake pop is bitten into, revealing a brightly colored cake interior that matches the school colors. This effect is achieved by layering different colored cake crumbs and frosting in the center of the cake pop, which is hidden by the outer coating.
9. A Cake
A college reveal cake is a unique way to announce the school choice of a student who is about to begin their college journey. The cake is typically made with a neutral-colored frosting on the outside, such as white or beige, and decorated with the student’s name and graduation year.
The inside of the cake is where the surprise lies. When the cake is sliced open, it reveals layers of brightly colored cake that match the school colors of the chosen college. For example, if the student has chosen a college with blue and yellow as their school colors, the inside of the cake may reveal alternating layers of blue and yellow cake.
The colors of the cake are a fun way to celebrate the student’s decision and show school spirit. The cake can be a simple single-layer cake or a more elaborate tiered cake, depending on the preferences of the student and their family.
Overall, a college reveal cake is a fun and festive way to celebrate a student’s college decision and create a memorable moment for all involved
A Bed Party involves the soon-to-be graduate take a photo of themselves on their bed all decorated out in the colors and paraphanalia of the school of choice!
Now an elaborate Bed Party can get expensive if you purchase branded items from each school. You can cut corners by buying snacks in the school color instead and just hanging a few branded items like this guy did below:
10. Signing Day
The baseball cap reveal is also becoming popular.
It is similar to how high school athletes reveal their school of choice during “National Signing Day” each year. Who says, non-athletic recruits couldn’t do the same thing, hence why National Decision Day was born.
With this idea, purchase baseball caps of each school and arrange them on a table, then film yourself or gather your parents and family and eliminate a cap as you explain why you removed that school from your list.
Until you get to the final one. Popular YouTubers Baily and Bailey did their reveal this way and was featured in the Daily Mail.
11. Simple Reveal
A very simple thing is to post a piece of memorabilia from the school such as a key chain or bumper sticker and share it on social media.
Post a photo of yourself on National Decision Day wearing the T-Shirt is a super simple easy way for a college-bound senior to reveal their decision.
13. Photo Shoots
Photo shoots are very popular and with the say modern phones are set up, you don’t even need a professional photographer.
The photo shoot can take many different forms, from a simple portrait session to a more elaborate production that incorporates props, costumes, and creative settings.
One popular approach to college reveal photo shoots is to incorporate the school’s colors and mascot into the images. This can be done through clothing, accessories, and even makeup and hair styling. For example, the student might wear a shirt or hat with the school’s logo, or use face paint to create a design that represents the school’s mascot.
Another option is to use props and signs that reveal the college decision in a fun and creative way. This might include holding up a sign that says “I’m going to XYZ University!”, or posing with balloons or other decorations in the school’s colors.
The location of the photo shoot can also be customized to fit the student’s preferences and the chosen college. For example, the shoot might take place on the college campus itself, or in a location that is representative of the school’s city or state.
14. Reveal Party
You can get as elaborate as hosting a College Decision Reveal party as well.
A college reveal party is an event where a high school student announces their college decision to friends and family. The party is typically held after the student has received acceptance letters from all the colleges they have applied to and has made their final decision.
The party can take many different forms, from a casual gathering with close family and friends to a larger, more formal event. Some students choose to host a themed party that incorporates the colors or mascots of the college they will be attending, while others opt for a simple celebration with food and drinks.
The main event at a college reveal party is the announcement of the student’s decision. This can be done in a variety of creative ways, such as with a cake that is decorated in the school’s colors or with balloons that are filled with confetti in the school’s colors. The goal is to make the announcement a fun and memorable moment that celebrates the student’s achievement and sets the tone for their next chapter in life.
These were very popular pre pandemic and tapered off but are rising in popularity again.
One of my faves is Asya’s reveal because of the surprise in the end.
Watch it above.
15. Smoke Bombs
A smoke bomb in the selected school colors can be part of a social media or photo shoot reveal.
A smoke bomb in college reveal is a colorful and dramatic way to announce a student’s college decision. The smoke bomb is typically ignited in a public place, such as a park or a beach, and the resulting colorful smoke reveals the chosen college by displaying its colors.
To create a smoke bomb for a college reveal, a special type of smoke bomb is used that is typically sold in stores that sell fireworks or party supplies. The smoke bomb is usually cylindrical in shape, with a fuse at one end. When the fuse is lit, the smoke bomb emits a large cloud of colorful smoke for several minutes.
To incorporate a smoke bomb into a college reveal, the student typically chooses a smoke bomb in the colors of their chosen college. When it’s time for the reveal, the student or someone assisting them lights the fuse of the smoke bomb, and the cloud of colored smoke is released into the air. As the smoke clears, the colors of the chosen college are revealed, creating a dramatic and exciting moment.
This Year, athleisure and loungewear will be big but there are other options to Lululemon
It’s official. With rising cases of the novel coronavirus, a lot of us will not be going anywhere this Winter to stay safe. In fact, everyone may be holed up at home.
The new normal for the season
As a consequence of the ongoing pandemic, a lot of restaurants, entertainment and other activities have been canceled, postponed or suspended. This shift will leave little opportunity for people to dress up. Alternatively, this opens up a market for the leisure wear industry.
Therefore, people will be trading in their club wear for sweats. If you’re considering getting clothing for a significant other, sister, teacher, nanny or sitter, friend or any other woman on your holiday shopping list this year, I’ve got the run down on the top brands in this sector of the fashion industry.
Lululemon isn’t the only game in town
Arguably, Lululemon is the most well known brand of athleisure, yoga and lounge wear but it is quite costly. It has a problematic history but still remains the go-to source.
But there are other options. Here are afew
ADAY adopts a ‘less-is-more’ approach and a design ethos based on seasonless pieces and sustainability to offer everyday, athleisure-inspired clothes that are both performance-driven and stylish.
Every ADAY piece of clothing features novel technical material properties (sweat-wicking, quick-drying, UV- and chlorine-protected and wrinkle-free).
The Ivory Lane Collective, or IVL Collective for short, is fastly becoming a leader in women’s athleisure wear. Their activewear collection includes everything from cute leggings to tanks, tees, and jackets.
Nike One of the most successful and recognisable sportswear brands in the world, Nike offers everything from quality shorts and t-shirts to shoes and socks that are both fashionable and functional. The brand also sells a lot of high-quality gym gear for your home..
The temperatureis rapidly dipping and with pandemic restrictions back in place in many parts of the world, it’s time to think of digging out the layers, sweaters and boots out of storage and getting your winter wardrobe situated.
And if it’s in your budget to get new pieces to add to your collection, I’ve selected the top 8 items that I own or plan to get that will have me set for spending the winters at home working, lounging, reading, scrolling through social media or catching up on my fave Netflix series.
Check them out:
Long Grey Cardigan
Whether you’re going out for a quick trip to the grocery store, lounging in the house or curled up in your fave chair, you’d love to have this comfy cardigan to cover you up.
Being eco-conscious means relying on reusable bags for grocery shopping. For quick sprints for a few items, carry this stylish tote with you and leave the plastic at the counter. It comes in other colors
Get a pullover sweatshirt that’s one size larger that’s comfy enought to throw on when you have to go pick up your kid from school or when you just want to get lost in a corner and be warm and snuggly. I’m a mama bear so this one spoke to me.
Get a pullover sweatshirt that’s one size larger that’s comfy enought to throw on when you have to go pick up your kid from school or when you just want to get lost in a corner and be warm and snuggly. I’m a mama bear so this one spoke to me.
Treat her with a collection of exquisite chocolate from New Hampshire-based L.A. Burdick Chocolatiers Burdick Critters Collection. All the critters are made individually by hand, meaning each is unique and no two are alike. Includes wood box of 16 Chocolate Mice, wood box of 9 Chocolate Snowmen, wood box of 6 Chocolate Pigs, wood box of 9 Chocolate Penguins, and 1/4 lb. Everyday Chocolate Assortment.
The performance jogger by Vuori is slim but relaxed fit with a slightly cropped leg, side pockets and a drawstring. Designed with their softest premium stretch fabric, they’re your new go-to. Great for traveling, yoga, training and chilling. It comes in a variety of colors and shades and in sizes XXS to XXL.
If your rich misses is like a lot of women who enjoy fragrant homes, then she will thoroughly enjoy filling her abode in this intoxicating signature scent behind NEST New York’s iconic fragrance which is a blend of pink pomelo grapefruit with watery green notes, lily of the valley and coriander blossom. The Classic Candle is meticulously crafted with a proprietary premium wax formulated to burn cleanly and evenly, while the Reed Diffuser is made with the highest quality oils to release continuous fragrance for 90 days, uninterrupted.
Your receipient will love to lay her head down and protect her crown with a silk pillow covering. It is a brand of silk cases recommended by dermatologists, hairstylists & beauty experts and is made of the highest grade (6A) long fibre mulberry silk, and without the use of dyes.
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Any dress in any print from Boden could be worn at a variety of events, openings, meetings, formal or informal outings. This Mila Midi Dress with its colorful and attractive stripes would do perfectly!
It’s practically half off down from $198 right now but not sure how long this will last.
The Yeti ramblem with the megslider lid is the perfect gift for a coffee or tea drinker or anyone who loves to sip slowly because it keeps hot drinks very hot and cold drinks super cold for long periods of time. It’s a winner that I’ve personally enjoyed and highly recommend.