Book Club: When God Made You by Matthew Paul Turner

A cute kids book about knowing that God was thinking of you long before your debut. A lovely tell that teaches kids from an early age that how important it is to discover your plays in the world. This cute tale shows that each child is deeply loved and has a unique creation in our big universe with a little help they can find their own path and places in the world. The illustration in the book is amazing and the story will have you flip through each pages.

 

My Rating:♥♥♥♥♥
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Book Club: When God Made You by Matthew Paul Turner

Book Club: Boss Bitch by Nicole Lapin

It commonly know that women in business are normally known as bitches. Boss bitch puts a spin on the world and shows readers that you can take your life in to your own hands and become a “boss bitch” you don’t need hundreds of employees to be a boss all you need is yourself. Nicole Lapin shares her own store of how she became a financial expert and serial entrepreneur on her own. Lapin also shows that you have to go to business school to own your own business. That studying business don’t really teach you the real life skills you need to run a business. She breaks it down in 12 easy stepson on you can embrace your own business plan and expand your skill set to achiever your goals. A must read for any women who wants to own her career and become her own boss.

My Rating:♥♥♥♥♥
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I received this book for my honest opinion in no way has my opinion been influenced by outside sources.

Book Club: Boss Bitch by Nicole Lapin

Let’s Talk Sex Baby!!

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Sex a taboo word for some which limits the resource may have to have the right kind of sex education and ask questions to subjects they may be afraid to ask. It very important for you to feel comfortable and not ashamed of wanting to know more or having questions about sex.  A wonderful website called Teen Source has wonderful facts and answers common questions you may have about sex since hookup happen. Life is full of having questions about yourself and desire. You shouldn’t be ashamed to what to know more. On Teen source you can find common question about:

-Sexual harassment, sexual assault, and sex trafficking
-Adolescent relationship abuse, intimate partner violence and sexual coercion
-Sexual orientation and sexuality
-Gender identity, gender roles and gender stereotypes
-Healthy relationships
-Consent, communication and healthy decision-making
-HIV prevention and other STD prevention including testing and treatment
-Pregnancy prevention, parenting, adoption and abortion
-Local health care services

 

Teen source offers anonymous packs with condoms and STD facts to teens who request under the age of 19.

Have questions? Check out http://www.teensource.org and find the answer you need without the shame or confusion. You can also locate a clinic near you.

Let’s Talk Sex Baby!!

Book Club: Food52 Ice Cream and Friends

Who don’t love Ice Cream!?!? Ice cream is more fun with friends, but also with cones, sprinkles, delicious hot chocolate. Food 52 goes the whole nine yards with this exciting new cookbook that shows thousands of ways you can top and create a variety of ice creams that will satisfy any craving. There are surprising flavors—think cinnamon roll ice cream, coffee frozen custard, and grilled watermelon cremolada—and spins on enduring favorites, such as spiced fudgesicles, cherry-mint snow cones, and even a chocolate-hazelnut baked Alaska. There are Saltine and waffle sandwiches, boozy floats, and something called “spoom.” Ice cream can make a great dessert for family night or great night out with the friends. The recipes are great for beginners to advanced ice cream makers. If you ever wanted to make ice cream but think it just vanilla and chocolate this cookbook will change you mind.

 

My Rating:♥♥♥♥♥
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Book Club: Food52 Ice Cream and Friends

Just Fab vs ShoeDazzle Review

Screen Shot 2017-05-02 at 9.31.39 PMWho doesn’t love shoes? I know I do. I normally spend a good amount of money buying them. Every season you have to have the lastest pair. Just Fab and ShoeDazzle are offer new members a special deal if you join their VIP shoe subscription. You can get two pairs for $39.95. Trying both companies has lead me to this conclusions about subscription services for shoes. I have to honestly say after trying both pairs for a month. I have to say both brands have the same quality of shoes and styles. JustFab has more of a variety of trendy heels and sneakers. ShoeDazzle has a variety of sandals. Each online store has a variety of shoes for any girls stay. If you feel the 39.95 plus tax price is out of your budget one month you have the option to skip. Honestly both services are the same no one is better or worst than the other it just a matter of finding which one has the styles you like.

Just Fab vs ShoeDazzle Review

Book Club: I Almost Forgot About You by Terry McMillan

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In I Almost Forgot About You, Dr. Georgia Young’s is revoking at her life. From the outside it looks wonderful. She has great friends, family, and successful career but she finds herself thinking about her past especially her love life.In the middle of the book Dr. Georgia Young decides to make some major changes in her life, including quitting her job as an optometrist and moving house. Her rewinding her life life is a must on her to do list. Georgia’s second change at life shows it’s never too late to become the person you want to be, and that taking chances, with your life and your heart, are always worthwhile at any age. It a true coming of age piece by the same writer of How Stella Got Her Groove Back. If you liked that movie you going to love the book I Almost Forgot About You. It does have a slow start but once you get into it. You will be turning the page in excitement to see how it ends.
My Rating:♥♥♥♥♥
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Book Club: I Almost Forgot About You by Terry McMillan