Thursday, January 11, 2018

Three on Thursday - Weekly Favorites

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Welcome back to Three on Thursday, a weekly list of three things I'm loving at the moment that I think you should do, try, or buy.  If you're interested in past weeks and more recommendations, you can find those here.  If you make your own Three on Thursday list, please share it in the comments so I can check it out.


Himalayan Dog Chews.  This was a recommendation from Steph and, as always, she knows what's up when it comes to dogs.  Hawkeye is generally pretty picky about treats and bones and she's in love with these.  I didn't know if it would be a hit because she's not a fan of hard treats and having to work at it, but it gets softer as she chews it and I tried taking it away (since it was big!) and that was a no go.  She guards it, literally.  So this comes highly recommended from all our collective dogs (Hawkeye, Gus, Mae, Bruce, and more), and I'm confident your dog will love it too.  Try it!


Cherry Wallis on YouTube.  If you're a Harry Potter fan, you need this channel.  It's not all HP all the time, but most of the time it is and it's amazing.  She has awesome DIYs, of course, like the house point counters, and she also has review videos on these subscription boxes she finds.  You might know of other subscription boxes like Ipsy, Julep, or FabFitFun, but do you know how many exist for Harry Potter related items?!  A lot.  And they're all glorious.  She gets them all and opens them on camera so you can decide whether to order one for yourself.  Plus her accent is adorable.  Sometimes it's just nice to watch someone so sweet and fun.


Fitglow Beauty.  The whole line is pricey, there's no doubt about that, but it works.  It's a Canadian based company but they do ship in the U.S. and it's essentially a very clean and green beauty and skincare line.  No bad ingredients.  I can't vouch for every item, but I have been loving the VitaActive Foundation (which, really, is on par price-wise with anything at Sephora and lasts a long time), because it feels really light on the skin and doesn't bother my sensitive cheeks and rosacea.  In fact, it seems to actually calm the redness in my face.  The specific redness targeting skincare definitely works for that though, I can see the effects immediately.  I don't love shelling out $70 for the redness rescue cream but I do put it on my wish lists for gifts all the time.

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