Sunday Mid-Morning Snacks 

• I try to eat the correct amount of fruit servings for each day. Filling my diet up with.

•I try to eat at least: two green apple, a handful of grapes, a handful of berries (raspberries or blackberries), and clementines.


Vegan Clay Mask

Lately I have been having issues with my skin. Breakout here and there due to my lack in healthy eating and staying hydrated. 

A great tool I find when I break is looking at the acne face maps. And it gives a generic idea of why your skin is reacting the way it does. 

I find when I get stressed and don’t get enough rest I break out easier and more often.  

So I try to drink 8 cups of water a day and that really helps. Drinking a glass in the morning before anything help getting the body going. 

I’ve been looking for a mask to use and I try to stay as natural as possible. I managed to find a new local shop called Burlap &Twine. It’s sells all natural and vegan products. 

I grabbed their facial clay mask. It’s was $16. And it honestly helped. I could feel my skin was less dry and it had a brighter even tone. I will keep using this in my daily routine is such a big help. 

Sephora Haul February 

I grabbed only a few things from sephora this month. I’ve been trying to find a clear sparkle gloss but when I went in they were all out of the sephora collections starlight so went with a light pink sparkle instead. It’s nice but I have to mix it around and blend the pink out otherwise it looks like I ate a piece of pink chalk. It doesn’t dry out my lips and stays on for most of the day. So I would say the sephora collection bubble gum gloss is a great investment at $16. 

I then bought there new lip powder metallic gold. Not gonna lie not a fan. It does not stay on as well and it is barely noticeable. It was $15 not a crazy price but I would not be purchasing it again. 

I use my point to get the argan oil I haven’t had a chance to try it. I’m nervous cause my skin breaks out so easily. But I’m gonna give it a go next week and update. 

Rice pudding 

Rice Pudding


  • 2 cups of rice
  • 2 cups of milk
  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 3 cinnamon sticks
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar


  • Mix the milk and water in a pot on medium heat
  • Once boiled add in the rice let it cook.
  • Once rice begins to soften add the sugar, cinnamon sticks.
  • let the mixture sit and get thick
  • Garnish each bowl with a cinnamon stick and enjoy

(Takes about an hour in total)