As every vacation does, this one went by far to quickly. I can’t believe it’s been a week already, but when I look back at all I accomplished in that week, I feel like I spent my time well.
This post is a round-up of all the things I made all week – this time with much better pictures. 🙂
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As I suspected, dinner brought on new ideas for what I should do this evening. The requirements were: 1) No pressure. 2) Quick and Easy. 3) Able to complete in 3 hours.
So I waved my magic wand and transformed some chemicals and organic ingredients into a couple of “last thing on vacation” treats.
Continue reading “A Thing a Day on Vacation – The “what if” game”
Ok, I did say “a” thing a day on vacation right? I am such a rule breaker! To be fair though, the things I made this evening were all relatively quick and easy, so they should only count as one thing.
Tonight I finished up my Island Escape Lotion and made an Oil Serum, Goddess Balm, and an experimental surfactant-based Scrub.
Continue reading “Day 3 Part 2 – Sunday Evening”
I’ve been at it again, messing up my kitchen, filling my house with fragrances, and overflowing my dining room table with finished products! I wouldn’t change a thing about it though — I am having so much fun!
This weekend I managed to make 5 things: Telangyn Peptide Lotion, Gladback Collagen Facial Serum Spray, Oatmeal Milk & Honey Whipped Body Butter, Facial Clay Masks, and Body Balms.
I think I am done now with making everything for my sister’s birthday visit, but I keep thinking of more things to make. Good thing there is only one more weekend left before I see her because I am running out of room!
Continue reading “Let the Good Times Roll!”
I am so excited to announce that I have published my fourth Kindle book, Home Spa Formulary: Versatile Recipes for Bath, Body and Home. Read on for details.
Continue reading “Book Launch: Home Spa Formulary: Versatile Recipes for Bath, Body & Home”
As I post this, I am aware that most people post vacation photos of their family on the beach, or at Disneyland. My vacation photos are composed of my accomplishments and creations instead. I don’t think this is strange at all. When I was younger I travelled a lot, but now that I am older, I enjoy staying at home and making things instead. We are where we are at in life, I guess, and my happy place is at home. Continue reading “Vacation is over, but it was a productive one!”