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I have been menstruating for over half my life. I'm used to it. I'm, dare I say, pretty good at it. The monthly act of going to the drug store and buying my tampons, cramp meds and assorted accouterments that no longer faze me like it did when I was fifteen. I don't think there's anything unusual about the ease with which I deal with the emotional terrorist that is Aunt Flo.
But if I were the sort of woman who, let's say, wasn't comfortable getting their Tampax rung up by a bored-looking teenage clerk in a primary colored vest, I could get a period subscription box, filled with a combination of feminine protection products and sweets, delivered to me in a plain, unmarked receptacle once a month. That's right–the subscription box trend has expanded to the realm of reproduction. But are they worth it? I sent away for a few of them to find out.
Are you ready for the weekly freebie list? First, there's a
couple of freebie offers from previous posts that are about to
expire I'd like to remind everyone of. First, you have until
August 31st to get the kids (K-6th grade) a free haircut at JCPenney. All their salons in the USA
are offering the freebie. Appointments are required. Free
Summer Plays at the Disney Store ends August 26th.
Here's a few back to school freebies, including one for
teachers! If your a teacher Staples is giving out free gift bags
with bonus coupons to the first 100 teachers at each store. Check
the link for the date in your area for Staples Teacher Appreciation Day. I've posted this
next freebie before but I want to remind everyone about it. For the
entire month of August, JCPenney's is offering free haircuts to all kids K - 6th grade.
Appointments are recommended. The free haircuts are available at
all JCP Salons in the USA.
Buying natural aluminum free deodorant can be pricey. In the
past, I've purchased Tom's of
Maine deodorant and it runs at least $5 for one stick. I
have found that I can save money and eliminate chemicals that are
introduced into my body by making my own deodorant with my deodorant
recipe. It contains all natural ingredients (in fact,
you could eat it it's so pure!) and smells wonderful when you
use it. I have friends that are runners that use it and love
It happens to me all the time. I'm running around all day and next thing I know the sun is down and I need to be ready for a dinner date or a night out on the town. The makeup I applied in the morning has melted or faded and I don't have time to head home clean up and reapply my makeup all over again.
I'm sure all you ladies have had one of those days where you needed a refreshed evening look after a long day at work or school. With just a few essentials, here's how you can save time (and stress) and transform your day makeup to night: