How do you remove white deodorant stains from shirts?

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*Many times I receive emails about all kind of things, topics and issues. Recently someone asked me this and I thought it was a good one to post. Living in a house with 3 boys, hubby included. Removing any type of stains has become an art for me. (LOL)*

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How do you remove white deodorant stains from shirts?

There are a number of common household products which are effective in treating and removing underarm stains on your clothing which are caused by antiperspirants.
Check to see if you have one or all of these on your pantry shelves:

Ammonia
Aspirin
Baking Soda
Meat Tenderizer
Salt Vinegar
Oxi-Clean
Borax

As with most stains that are water soluble, the first thing to do is to soak the stain with cold water and rub it between your fingers. If you can see that it is coming out, then you may launder it as usual. Sweat stains that are yellow and have a distinct odor need to be subjected to a little more effort than plain water. Tips To Remove Antiperspirant Stain:

We suggest diluting a half cup of ammonia with 4 cups of water and daubing the solution on the stain repeatedly until it is lightened or removed entirely. Take two aspirins … crush them and mix with a half cup of hot water. Pour directly on the stain and allow it to sit for a couple of hours.

Baking soda … add enough water to 1/4 cup of baking soda to form a runny paste. Apply directly to the stain and work it in. If the stain is particularly bad and smelly, let the baking soda paste remain on the garment for a couple of hours then brush it off.
Baking soda is very good for removing odors! Fresh or concentrated lemon juice … you may squeeze fresh lemon juice directly on the stain until it is quite wet, then add a spoonful of table salt. Rub between your fingers until the stain lifts. This also helps remove dark underarm stains on t-shirts and undershirts. If it is a bright sunny day, exposing the garment to the sun and allowing it to dry will enhance the stain removing power of the lemon juice.

Meat tenderizer
another one for Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Moisten the perspiration stain with warm water then sprinkle liberally with meat tenderizer. Work it is and allow it to sit for several minutes, then launder as usual.

Salt
regular table or pickling salt is a miraculous ingredient in many things, including household cleaners. Use salted water to soak stained garments; mix with white vinegar for a very good stain remover.

White vinegar
mix a cup of white vinegar with 4 cups warm water. Dip stained garment in vinegar solution and scrub between your knuckles. If the stain is persistent, you may soak the entire garment in the vinegar solution for a couple of hours before running through a normal wash cycle. Check the fabric label to be sure it does not need to be dry cleaned.

Oxi-Clean … this is a wonderful product for eliminating many clothing stains. Follow manufacturers directions.

Borax … this is an old-time cleaning remedy that is still appropriate today – plus its a whole lot cheaper than some of the costly products on the supermarket shelves. Run warm water through the stain then sprinkle on a generous amount of Borax – don’t go crazy, but use enough so that you can see it like a good shake of salt on the stain. Rub it together with your fingers and then launder as usual.

Fashion Trend *Transparent Bags*

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*Transparent Bags*
I just love these bags, they are so cute, nice and awesome :)

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*19 genius concealer hacks every girl needs to know*

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19 genius concealer hacks every girl needs to know
Life-changing ways to cover pimples, under-eye circles, blemishes, and more.

1. If you use foundation, apply it first, and then apply your concealer. If you apply your foundation first, you’ll find that you don’t need to use as much concealer. If you apply concealer first, however, you’ll remove most of it while applying your foundation.
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2. The most flattering way to apply concealer is to draw a triangle with the base under your eye and the point toward your cheek. This shape not only conceals dark circles, but it also instantly creates the illusion that your face is lifted. Think of it as holding a flashlight against your cheek, shining the light right underneath your eye, and drawing the focus upward.
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3. To prevent your eye shadow from falling off your lid and settling in the creases, prime your eyelids first with a dab of concealer. If you can’t justify spending extra on eye shadow primer, a dab of concealer works just as well.
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4. When concealing a pimple, first use a green concealer, then cover the area with a concealer that matches your skin tone perfectly. Cancel out a pimple’s redness by applying green concealer with a clean brush to only the pimple (not the skin around it) to avoid spreading the bacteria. Then, use a cotton swab to dab on a high-coverage liquid concealer that matches your skin tone to camouflage the pimple. Blend it into the surrounding skin and finish with setting powder.
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5. If you have a pimple on your chest or back that you need to conceal, cover the trouble spots with a concealer that matches your skin tone exactly, and then top it with a translucent powder. Continue to alternate concealer and setting powder until the blemish is undetectable. The concealer will hide the blemish and the setting powder will prevent it from wearing off.
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6. If you find yourself without concealer, place a small dot of liquid foundation on the area, wait a few minutes for the formula to set, and then lightly blend it out.The trick is to wait until the foundation dries and thickens a bit (it will eventually reach the consistency of concealer) before trying to blend it. If you blend it too soon, the foundation will be sheer and rub off, leaving you with very little coverage.
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7. Use a concealer that’s slightly lighter than your skin tone to line three tiny sections of your eyes: the inner “V,” the middle section of your eyelid, and just below your brow bone. Lightly blend for instantly well-rested eyes and a highlight that looks natural. Great for days when you didn’t get enough sleep.
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8. Dab an orange—or peach—colored concealer over dark under-eye circles with your ring finger. Your ring finger, which is your weakest, will apply just the right amount of pressure to blend in the concealer without pulling at your delicate eye skin, and the orange or peach tones will cancel out the blue shadows that your under-eye circles give off. Top the orange or peach formula with a cover-up that matches your skin.
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9. Know what issues different colors of concealer fix. Peach shades cancel out blue circles or bruising, green hide red blemishes, and yellow-toned concealers correct almost all uneven skin tones.
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10. Hide puffy eyes with a bit of eye cream, highlighter, and concealer. Mix products on the back of your hand. Then apply the mixture under your eyes, on the outside by your temples, and over your brow bone to brighten the area and hide puffiness.
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11. After applying concealer, blot the area with a thin tissue to prevent the product from settling in the creases around your eyes. If your concealer tends too look cakey in the fine lines around your eyes midday, split a tissue into two layers, and use one of the sheets to remove excess oil.
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12. Sharpen your cat-eye and cover any eyeliner mistakes with an angled brush dipped in concealer. This is much easier than removing it altogether and starting over completely.
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13. Make your lipstick pop and prevent the color from bleeding by lining the outside of your lips with a fine-tip brush and a bit of concealer. You’ll be amazed at how sharp your lips will look afterward.
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14. Create the illusion of plumper lips by filling in the middle section with a light concealer, blending it out with the warmth from your fingertip, and finishing with a nude lip gloss.
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15. Reshape your lips by first covering them with concealer and then tracing just slightly outside your natural lip line with a lip liner pencil. Continue to fill in your lips with the pencil for a matte look or finish with a gloss. See Jessie James Decker demonstrate this trick.
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16. Make your brows pop by lining them above and below with a concealer that’s one shade lighter than your skin tone. Then, blend in the cover-up with your fingertip, since the warmth of your finger will soften the formula and diffuse it more easily than a brush would.
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17. Intensify your collarbone for a sexy nighttime look by shrugging your shoulders up, tracing the natural contours with a concealer two shades darker than your skin tone, and then highlighting them with concealer two shades lighter. Draw the lighter shade on the areas that protrude outward. Then, use the darker shade to fill in the sections that fall in the shadows. Use a damp blending sponge or a stippling brush to blend the shades together, eliminating any harsh lines.
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18. Create a tinted moisturizer by mixing your daily face lotion with a bit of your go-to concealer.
This will help hydrate your skin while adding a subtle, tinted finish.
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19. Keep more than just one kind of concealer in your makeup bag.
Unless you were born with flawless skin (aka you’re Beyoncè), you’ll need to use different kinds of concealer for different areas of your face, depending on how much coverage you need.
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(ORIGINAL INFORMATION ABOVE PROVIDED BY SEVENTEEN.COM)

http://www.seventeen.com/beauty/tips/genius-concealer-hacks?src=spr_FBPAGE&spr_id=106943383

What I wore on 10-31-14

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Fuchsia Pancho, black skirt, black top, Just Fab Boots, Fuchsia Tights Kohl’s.

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*Just Fab Shoes*

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Today I received my package from *Just Fab Shoes*, It’s the first time I’ve ordered from their website (www.justfab.com)  They came in a brown box, inside was the actual shoe box, I received 2 catalogs and a bottle of 5 hour energy drink. The boots fit perfect and they look Fabulous. I payed a total of ($16.97 shipping and handling included) Since it was my first time ordering I could choose any shoes, boots or wedges for only ($10.00). 

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What I wore on 10-28-14

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Dress Grey H&M, Mustard Tights Kohl’s, Fold-Over Brown Combat Boots, Charlotte Russe.

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Fall Boot Shopping Haul

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Fall and Winter are my favorite seasons especially WINTER TIME, Most of my boots are pretty outdated, I bought these “3″ new boots and I wanted to share them with you :)

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Good Bye Mr. Oscar De La Renta

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Oscar De La Renta, born on July 22, 1932, in the Dominican Republic, was a legendary fashion designer who spent over half a century designing amazing clothes has passed away, he was 82.

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6 Reasons Your Shoes Look Cheap

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6 Reasons Your Shoes Look Cheap

You don’t have to spend a lot to look like you spent a lot. by Charles Manning

Given how quickly even expensive shoes can wear out, it can be difficult to justify spending a lot of money on them. But just because you are shopping on a budget doesn’t mean your shoes have to look cheap. The key is knowing what makes a shoe look cheap in the first place and realizing that what may look good on an expensive shoe doesn’t necessarily look good on one that is P500.

1. The platform is too high.

Unfortunately, the higher the platform, the cheaper-looking the shoe, especially in the case of a hidden platform, which often ends up looking more like a hoof with a high heel on the back than an actual shoe. Shoes without any platform tend to look the chicest and most sophisticated. They also tend to be super uncomfortable. If you want the look of a no-platform shoe without the discomfort, look for shoes where the platform is smaller than the actual sole of the shoe. That way it won’t be so obvious when viewed from above. If you can’t find a recessed platform that works for you, stick to shoes with smaller platforms—about half an inch or less—and in both cases, add a gel insole to the toe area for extra cushioning.

2. They don’t fit.


A bad fit not only looks awkward, it affects the way you walk and carry yourself.
No matter how gorgeous a shoe is, if the fit is not perfect, don’t buy them. Sure, you could stretch them out a little or add padding to make them more secure, but do you really want to go through all that? And what if it’s not enough? Now you’ve not only wasted your money, but also your time.

3. They’ve got way too much going on.


Embellishment is always tricky. Even expensive embellishment can look cheap if it is not done in just the right way. Resist the urge to blow all your money on some sort of wild statement shoe. When you see a really crazy shoe that you like, figure out what the one thing is that you like about it most, and then go online and find a shoe that showcases that attribute best. Choose a clean, classic shape in the color you like, instead of one with a bunch of extras all over it.

4. There are too many prints.


If you are into animal print, choose a shoe with one all-over print instead of a shoe that mixes a bunch of different textures and colors.

5. They are worn out.


There is nothing sophisticated about walking around with the metal shank sticking out of your heel because you have worn off the little black plastic heel nub. And if you notice a scuff or cut on your shoe, it’s safe to assume other people will notice too. Scuffs on suede can usually be buffed out with a toothbrush. You can help pointy-toed shoes maintain their shape longer by stuffing the toes when you are not wearing them and you should use scissors to trim any loose threads that start to poke out around the edges of your shoes.

6. They are too shiny.


Flat or patent leather looks great in black, white, and tan, but it can start to look really gross really quickly in saturated colors like cobalt blue, deep pink, and dark brown. This is especially true if it is faux leather, instead of the real thing, which is often the case when you are shopping on a budget. If you want your bold-colored shoe to look expensive, stick to suede. Suede holds color really well and faux suede looks almost exactly like the real thing—certainly much closer to it than faux leather looks to real leather.

This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.com. Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.

*Friday Psych Day* Trauma

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HOW TO OVERCOME TRAUMA.

Victoria Beckham *London Store*

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A store has been on the cards for a while. ‘It’s taken about two years,’ says Victoria. ‘We looked at a lot of different spaces but I fell in love with this one – it feels like my second home.’

The decor is a mix of graphic minimalism and welcoming touches – think raw polished concrete floors and an abundance of floor-to-ceiling mirrors. All the better for admiring yourself in her full catwalk collection, the (slightly) more affordable Victoria, Victoria Beckham sister line (or ‘VVB’ as she calls it), plus her handbags, debut collection of shoes and those sunglasses she is so often spotted wearing.

I don’t want people to feel frightened or scared to come in, While Victoria has joked ‘I’ll be behind the till, David will be on the door, with Brooklyn working as a Saturday boy’, we took this with a pinch of salt (the place would be mobbed!) But you can rest assured that it won’t be a snooty boutique and there won’t be any Pretty Woman moments.

‘I think we’ve all been into stores where we’ve been made to feel like we shouldn’t really be there,’ she says. ‘I don’t want people to feel frightened or scared to come in. The public have come on this journey with me and continue to be on this journey with me so I want them to feel welcome.’

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Despite showing her collections as part of New York Fashion Week, there was never any doubt that Victoria’s first store would be in London. ‘I grew up in London, my family live in London and my kids go to school in London. I’m proud to be from here,’ she says.

There’s even a chance that she might leave the Big Apple to show during the next London Fashion Week. ‘The space definitely lends itself to it. I’m not sure if it’s big enough for a show but definitely a presentation,’ she says.

Rubbing shoulders with some of the biggest fashion houses in the world (Dover Street Market, Christian Louboutin and McQ are all glossy neighbors’), the new store feels like the final stamp of approval. ‘Yesterday I was standing in the window and I was looking out and I thought: “Wow, a store on Dover Street.” If someone had said to me five years ago that I’d be in this position, I wouldn’t have believed them.’

Fall Fire Place Decor

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Fall is such a great season the colors, decor and scents. Here is how i decorated my fire place, living room table and this fern plant. How do you decorate your home for Fall?   Home 2 (1) Home 3 (4) Home TogetherChair and Plant (2)Chair and Plant (1)Chair and Plant Together

Vintage Rustic Butler’s Tray Coffee Table

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I found this amazing Vintage Rustic Butler’s Tray Coffee Table, i just love the rustic look, i did clean it and rubbed Murphy’s Oil on the table, but i do not want to add anything to it for now, i like this look especially since its FALL here in New England. My favorite time of year :)

*Here is how i decorated this amazing coffee table*

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What I Wore on 8-2-14

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Dress Kohl’s awesome buy, regular price Apt 9, Lace Panel Dress $60.00– (Me, ONLY—$14.40) Grey Shoes Rainbow’s, Tights Burlington Coat Factory. I’m not a fan of wearing white but I really liked this dress and I’m trying to go outside my comfort zone and try new things. What i wore 8-2-14 (1) What i wore 8-2-14 (2)

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*Awesome Kohl’s Haul*

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I got some awesome pieces at Kohl’s all for only ($27.98) a savings of over *$97.00* dollars (YEAH, ME SO HAPPY). 

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*For The Love Of Headbands*

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Headbands are a great way to make any fashion outfit or ensemble just fabulous. Here are some of my favorite looks. 

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Tuesday’s Treasure Trove

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I love the Fall, it’s my favorite time of year. I know your probably saying to yourself but its still July and summer and this is true, but for me posting about fall fashion trends, speed up the process (even if it doesn’t LOL). Working at my fabulous job i can wear anything from a 3 piece suit to a Maxi dress and I like to change it up every day. Here are some of my favorite outfit ideas, what do you like?

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What i wore on 7-26-14

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Fun and Flirt brand via T.J. Maxx, Skirt Sheer Peach Maxi skirt via Burlington Coat Factory, Shoes Cream laced wedges. This is a fun and flirty ensemble, i love this top, great bright colors. Today was a great sermon, Pastor preached about “letting go and letting God, and forgiving those that offend us, even when we know we are right, still loving them”. Have a blessed and Happy Sabbath :)

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*Friday Psych Day*

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cupcake plan*As a student in the Mental Health Masters program I’ve learned many things, one of these is that planning truly saves my sanity LOL. here is a video on how to stay sane, organized and also make it look good while doing it!

*80′s Vintage Romper*

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I’m loving this animal print *80′s Vintage Romper*, it’s so comfy, and professional enough for me to wear to work, what is your summer style? Their are some 80′s fashion items that never go out of style.

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*Planner Ideas*

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*I have used several different themes for each week of my ARC Planner. Color, animals, shapes, flowers and overall just a lot of fun things to brighten up my week.* ARC planner (1) ARC planner (2) ARC planner (3) ARC planner (4)

*ARC PLANNER*

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I love to plan and i like to be organized, I’ve always had planners, agendas or calenders, but lately I’ve been seeing a lot of planner s like (Filofax, Erin Conrad, Vera Bradley, ARC Staples, Franklin Convey, Day Timer, etc, etc). And some seemed nice or to expensive etc. I wanted something versatile, easy but most of all something i could make my own. Since i’m very into scrap-booking, i wanted to decorate my own planner. The ARC planner by Staples is nice, sleek, comes in various styles and sizes and is affordable. Plus i can sticker it, washi tape it or decorate as my heart pleases. So here are some ideas that I used for my ARC daily planner. What kind of a planner do you use, what do you like or not about using a planner, binder, agenda book or calender.   ARC STAPLES (2) ARC STAPLES (3) ARC STAPLES (6)  ARC STAPLES (8)

What I wore on 7-12-14

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Happy Sabbath, the sermon today was amazing, I really felt the Holy Spirit and trust me I’ve had a very difficult week. It felt great going to church, praying listening to uplifting music, now i am re-energized and ready to start a new week soon to come. This is my favorite Liz Claiborne white blouse,  Isaac Mizrahi for Target Front Pleated Hot Pink Skirt, Nude tights, Nine West Nude Pumps.1 2 3 4 5 6

Tuesdays’ Treasure Trove

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What i wore on 7-5-14

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*Happy Independence 4th of July*

*Today i had a great Sabbath, i was truly blessed, this is a great outfit and i have been trying to wear brighter colors and patterns (dressing outside the box). So i put this purplish outfit together. White top Croft&Barrow brand, Purple Top, Paisley skirt Charlotte Russ brand, Hot Pink Wedges Kohl’s.*

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2014 Fall Color Schemes

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I know that Summer is here in New England but Fall is my favorite time of year, the changing of the trees, the colors in nature, the accessories, hats, gloves, scarves, cardigans, sweaters, ponchos, boots, ear muffs and so much more, here is the official Color Scheme for Fall 2014.

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*Vera Bradley Brand*

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 *AWESOME THRIFT FIND, VERA BRADLEY MINI ZIP WALLET, LOVE THIS*

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Bongo Summer Shoes

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*Bongo Women’s Prep-ster Macrame Casual Shoe*

Love these new shoes, on sale only $9.99… I liked these so much i purchased the Coral and the Blue ones..Yeah :)bongo

 

 

What i wore on 6/21/14

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Today we had Communion Service in Church, it was really great, i felt truly blessed, i like the washing of the feet ceremony it really teaches us to be humble ask for forgiveness and forgive those who have offended us. Have a Wonderful Sabbath. What i wore today, Kohl’s Apt 9 Brand Lace Front Peach Blouse, Old Navy Black Wrap around skirt, Checkers Heel Shoes Marshall’s.

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What i wore on 6-7-14

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Happy Sabbath, i wore this great navy blue polka dot dress Valerie bertinelli Brand, Light blue cardigan, Steve Madden Shoes, my son graduated from kindergarten, so proud of my baby his getting so big.Kind-Grad 2013-2014 (103)what im wearing 6-7-14 (2)what im wearing 6-7-14 (1) what im wearing 6-7-14 (3) what im wearing 6-7-14 (4)  what im wearing 6-7-14 (6)

Tuesday’s Treasure Trove

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While on my hunt for great deals and bargains i stumbled upon this very cute blouse at Kohl’s.

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*Weight Loss 1 Year After*

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 *ONE YEAR LATER ON MY WEIGHT LOSS JOURNEY AND I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO MAINTAIN MY 50 POUND PLUS WEIGHT LOSS, IM VERY THANKFUL TO GOD WHO HAS GIVEN ME THE STRENGHT TO KEEP IT OFF, MY WONDERFUL HUBBY WHO IS MY #1 FAN AND SUPPORT. IT HAS NOT BEEN EASY BUT I FEEL AND LOOK FABULOUS* THANK YOU TO ALL OF MY WONDERFUL FRIENDS HERE ON MY FASHION BLOG FOR ALWAYS BEING VERY UPLIFTING AND SUPPORTIVE :)

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What i wore on 6-1-14

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My husband and I decided to go for a nice walk in our beautiful Downtown, their are so many great sculptures, lights and so many quirky thinks in our small city. Here are some great pictures of the highlights and what I was wearing. Maxi Flower Dress Rainbow’s Store, Silver Sandals T.J. Maxx, Black Cardigan Dots Stores, Steve Madden Crossover Bag T.J. Maxx. It was such a beautiful fresh night :)

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What i wore on 5-31-14

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I just love this great cardigan top and these tights i really like the detail of the line. Overall it was a good day, Sabbath Sermon was very good and i felt uplifted. The dress was from Dress Barn, Tights Kohls, Shoes T.J. Maxx, Cardigan top thrifted.

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Friday Psych Day *Strong*

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*Blog of the Week*

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*Awesome new blog, check it out*

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Tuesday’s Treasure Trove

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*AWESOME BUY*

My son actually picked this very cute Steve Madden crossbody bag at T.J. Maxx. In his words mom the spikes are cool, he is 5 (lol). Original price $69.99, my price ($10.00) Clearance :-)

 

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