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Thursday, September 27, 2012

31 Days

I am SO SUPER EXCITED about what I have in store for you guys in October!

The Nester is once again doing her 31 Days blog series. She is challenging all bloggers who wish to join to pick a topic – any topic – and blog about it for 31 days in October.

I really had to think about whether or not I truly wanted to commit to this. One topic for 31 days? Posting every.single.day for 31 days? Yikes. It’s intimidating, for sure. But I thought about it carefully, and I’ve come up with a topic that I want to write about and that I think you’ll find both educational and helpful.


Starting October 1st, I’ll be committing to writing daily on the topic of “Beauty on a Budget.” This series will include affordable makeup, tutorials, skincare, hair care, beauty products, and more. They will be a little something for everyone, so please add me to your Reader or stop by daily! You can either become a follower of my blog through Google Friend Connect (right sidebar) or by clicking on the RSS feed on the top of this blog post.

I would love to hear from you if you have specific questions you’d like me to answer, tutorials you’d like me to film, or topics you’d like to see me address. Please leave me a comment below!

If you’re excited about this series, I’d love you to share it with your blog readers! If you find a post helpful, it would make me super happy if you’d share it with your Twitter or Facebook friends.

To my loyal readers – thank you for following, and for inspiring me daily! Thank you for giving me a forum to write about something I love!

Wednesday, September 26, 2012


Last night I got several missed calls in a row from my mom on my cell phone. I immediately went on alert. My mom does have the “I will just call endlessly until she picks up” problem but I seem to have a sixth sense of when the calls are related to emergencies or bad news. Sure enough, it wasn’t good news. She had called to tell me my dad had gotten hurt at work.

My dad is a lineman for a local power company. Lineman = repairs power lines when electricity goes out. He was repairing a light pole yesterday. He didn’t notice before he went up that someone had weed eaten around the pole and had cut into the pole, which was made of fiberglass. He said was up on the ladder when he felt the pole give way, and he jumped backwards off the ladder to avoid having he pole fall on top of him.

He sprained his leg pretty badly and cut his knee up, but honestly? It could have been so much worse. He was up about 15 feet. Actual power lines are much higher. The pole could have fallen on him. He could have been electrocuted. He was holding a hand saw at the time and he could have fallen on the saw.

I’m so very thankful God was watching over him, and I am praying for a quick recovery. My dad does not like being idle, and he can’t put any weight on his leg right now. We’d appreciate prayers for his recovery!


On a lighter note…

This Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay mask is pretty fabulous. You mix it with apple cider vinegar and it pulses on your face as it dries. Good stuff! You can find it at Whole Foods or any other natural foods store.


Here’s Cooper doing his Risky Business impression last week at my parent’s house. Poor bug has been sick with a sinus infection. Just in case any other moms are clueless like me – bad breath can be a sign of infection, apparently. He’s had a stopped up nose for about a week, but I attributed it to the change in the weather and/or allergies. He didn’t have any other symptoms. Thursday his breath was just awful and Dr. Twitter suggested I take him to the doctor as that is often a sign of infection. Sure enough, the doctor agreed he had a sinus infection. So just be warned if this happens to your child!


I joined the rest of the world and got a video monitor last week. Yeah, I know, Cooper is almost 3. I figured with him scaling the crib walls it was time. And I can use it for #2… if that ever happens. I’m pretty much obsessed with talking to him through the intercom. Hilarious!


Target has pumpkin decorating kits – sort of like Mr. Potato Head, but you use pumpkins for the body. They are great for smaller kids! Cooper had a blast decorating Woody and Mr. Pumpkin.


Grandma Mary (Jason’s mom) came to visit last week. We haven’t seen her in a year, so this visit was great fun!


I made Nina’s beef stroganoff recipe last Friday, and it was amazing. Y’all make this immediately. We ate every last bit of it.


Watch out, ladies, Coops is on the road!


Halloween sneak peak! He wanted to be Woody but the Disney costume looked so plastic and cheap, and for $50 that just wasn’t happening. I picked this sheriff costume up at Crazy 8 for $20.

That’s all I’ve got for today! What’s new with you guys?

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Outfit Friday Link Up

I know I am super late to this party, but I wanted to show some love to my sweet friend Rachel of Football & Crowns… Life with the Browns. A few months ago Rachel started a new blog, Surburban Strut, to dispense her wardrobe, body image, and fashion advice. I think Rachel is just the most adorable fashionista ever. She puts together the cutest outfits, and her philosophy of self-love and acceptance has really challenged me to change the way I look at myself and fashion in general. We’re all beautiful, according to Mrs. Rachel, and fashion should be a way to have fun and accentuate the parts of the body we love.

(At least that’s what I took away from it, haha!)

Onto the outfits…


Top & pants: Lane Bryant, earrings & bangles: Handpicked, necklace: gift from Sarah of Life Sweet Life, shoes: old school Target


Dress: Lane Bryant, shoes: Target, bubble necklace: GroopDealz



Cardigan: Old Navy, jeans: Lane Bryant, shoes: Issac Mizrahi for Target (super old), necklace: Bridier Baubles


Cardigan and tank: Old Navy, jeans: Lane Bryant, earrings, rings, and bracelet: Handpicked, watch: Fossil

Now that it is cooler, it is time to break out my cardigan stash. I am crazy about cardigans!

Is there an item of clothing you find yourself wearing over and over?

Fall Scarf Swap

A couple of weeks ago I signed up to participate in Meredith of The Tichenor Family’s annual scarf swap. Love Meredith, love scarfs, love swaps. Let’s do this thing!

I was paired with the lovely Lindsay of Lindsay Elizabeth Photography. Lindsay sent me a beautiful scarf with the colors that are just amazing for fall – plum, orange, pinks. LOVE.

224Bangs + glasses + no makeup + ridiculous expression = awesomesauce.

Thank you, Lindsay! I love my scarf. Thanks for hosting, Meredith!

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Weird and Strange...

Have you ever done something your entire life, thinking that what you are doing is the most normal thing in the world, only to have someone react in confusion or horror when you share your habit with someone else?

 Jason's look of horror... this was actually from when he first saw my hair

I shave my arms. People are super weirded out whenever I tell them this. I have crazy arm hair. No, really. It's super thick, dark, and coarse. Imagine a man/gorilla hybrid and you'd get an inkling of how hairy my arms are. A few years ago, I got tired of being embarrassed by my arm hair and I shaved it all off. 

(I also shave my hands, fingers, and toes. I KNOW. The horror. Girls without copious amount of body hair - you have no idea how lucky you are.) 

I have the most vivid imagination. As a child it was all fun and games, imaging myself as a princess being rescued from a tower by a handsome prince. These days I torture myself with what-if scenarios. When I'm driving in my car or when I'm lying in bed at night, I think up these bizarre and weird situations and imagine what I'd do if that happened to me. This always results in me hysterically crying, and Jason shaking his head and walking away from me. He can't take my crazy sometimes. Like the other day someone at work told me about a child being diagnosed with cancer.... that night, I prayed for that child before I went to sleep. Then my mind started to wonder, and before I knew it I had cancer, I had shaved my head bravely before my hair started to fall out, and I was composing letters to my children to be read in case I couldn't beat the cancer. REALLY, Andrea.  

When I was in grad school and was living in Charleston, SC I had daily nightmares about the Cooper River Bridge. I was terrified of that bridge. I used to lay awake every night and practice in my head what I would do if I ever went off the bridge. When Jason and I started dating, I broke down after a few months and told him about my phobia. He quickly shattered any illusions I had of surviving going over a bridge. 

I made this collage to show y'all my weird, wonky eye. One of my eyes is noticeably larger than the other. I've gotten pretty good at camouflaging it but yep - one eye is bigger than the other. Check out that picture on the left - my right eye is yellow! What the heck? It's tender to the touch and you can see the little red veins in the corner. 

(and once I noticed my eye was yellow I've been driving myself crazy thinking I have jaundice and my elevated liver enzymes have turned into liver disease overnight.)

One thing I do that drives Jason bonkers is leave cabinets open. I used not to do this. Again when I was in grad school, I worked as a Residence Hall Director and had an apartment in Berry Residence Hall. The building was reported to be haunted, and I totally believe it was. I'd go to bed with all my cabinet doors closed and wake up with them open. Ever since I have a bad habit of not closing them after I use them. 

One thing I eat that others would probably be weird out by is tuna fish and Doritos. It's actually really good! I also cannot eat something sweet without following it up with something salty. If I have chocolate or a cupcake, I usually end up eating something with salt to balance it out. 

What do you do that others might consider weird?

Monday, September 17, 2012

Bang Bang

I've been saying that I wanted to cut bangs forever, but I just couldn't make myself pull the trigger. I've been growing my hair out since last summer, and that is a huge accomplishment for the girl who used to rock a different hair style or color every other month. I've been so bored with my hair this summer. It's at such an awkward length right now. It's just past my shoulders, and it flips up within minutes of styling. DRIVES ME BATTY. My stylist said it is just part of the growing out process and it is something I'll have to deal with until it gets longer. BOO HISS. 

 I so thoughtfully created a bang collage for my stylist. Ha!

Anyway, I wanted a change. I am not ready to sacrifice any length so I finally took a deep breath and said "yes" to the bangs. I've done ombre before but it has been really subtle... this is much more dramatic.

Big change, huh? I'm one of those people who doesn't really ever like my hair until I style it myself. Now that it has settled in for a couple of days, I LOVE it. I don't know that I'll keep the bangs forever, but I'm absolutely loving my new look.

Here's a couple of pics from where I styled my hair:

Photobomber in the background!

I posted the first picture (of me) on Facebook as I was leaving the salon and my mom called me immediately wanting to know if it was a current picture. "Sure.." I said - I was completely confused. "You look exactly like you did in high school! Your aunt called me and said the same thing." Hmm... I'm not sure if that is a good thing. 

Jason completely flipped out (and not in a good way). We've been married for 9 years and in all that time, he has never had an opinion on my hair. Red, blonde(ish), black, brown, highlights, all over color... he's never cared what I did with my hair. I pulled up into the driveway on Friday evening and he walked out to help me get the groceries out of the car. The look of horror on his face was quite amusing, actually.  The color has grown on him a little, I think, although he was horrified and confused by it at first. He just doesn't get ombre... his exact words were "why would you pay someone to do that to you? It looks like you ran out of money and only had them dye the top part of your head. It's white trash." Being the funny guy he is, he keeps cracking jokes. The funnier ones were that I looked like I was wearing a raccoon hat and that I have a mullet. SIGH. I thought he would get over it but I keep seeing him looking at me and shaking his head. 

That said, I like it and I'm keeping it. I'm not one to do my hair based on what my husband wants or thinks. I'm pretty sure I'd have hair to my butt with my natural color (which is what?) if that was the case. 

The general consensus from social media and IRL folks is that they like it. A few of my male coworkers have been a bit confused by the color, but most women love it. I did have one person admit they didn't like it, and my best friend said it makes me look older than I am. But for the most part, I've had a great reception. I love doing dramatic changes to my hair... I love to see & hear people's reactions! Ha!

All of this leads me to today's question - has your husband/SO ever hated your hair? Would you color/cut your hair based on their preferences? If your husband/SO hated your hair, would you change it?

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

August Favorites

Something new I'm going to be doing each month is highlighting a few of my favorite products. I wanted to do a vlog, but time got away from me, so you get a post this month.

The products I mention are new products I’ve tried that I love or older products that I’ve found myself reaching for often this month.

Loreal Voluminous Million Lashes

I have long been a fan of the Loreal Voluminous mascara. In fact, I’ve labeled it as my HG (holy grail) mascara. This may be my new favorite though! I normally don’t like plastic bristle brushes, but this deposits the perfect amount of mascara on my lashes without clumping. It really lengthens and adds drama to my lashes. I use the waterproof formula, and it doesn’t smudge on me at all.

Yes To Cucumbers Facial Towelettes

These towels are the bomb.com. Yeah, that awesome. They are gigantic towelettes that remove every speck of makeup from my face. They leave my face feeling refreshed and not at all tight. I use them at night to take my makeup off and then follow up with my Clarisonic to exfoliate.

Too Faced Romantic Eye Classic Beauty Shadow Collection

I picked up this palette on a whim in Ulta and I’m so glad I did. The green shadow is the stand out – it is this gorgeous shimmery olive green. You can do so many different looks with this palette, and it comes with cards that contain instructions on how to get each look. Too Faced shadows are perfectly pigmented and blend amazing. Total win!


The OPI Germany collection contains some amazing fall shades. I snatched up Don’t Talk Bach to Me, Every Month is Oktoberfest, Unfor-greta-bly Blue, and German-icure by OPI.

039Don’t Talk Bach to Me

Benefit Erase Paste

I took my own advice and picked up a replacement (I hit pan on my last container of Erase Paste) of this. Yeah, love it. It covers up undereye circle amazingly.


Cargo Blu Ray Blush/Highlighter

I wore this almost every day in August. It has the slightest hint of shimmer and works as a combination of highlighter and blush. It gives you a perfect glow that almost looks as if you were lit from within.

MAC Mineralize Charged Water Moisture Gel

I used up my previous nighttime moisturizer, Arbonne RE9, this month. The lovely Tricia, who is a MAC makeup artist, gifted me with this when she visited me earlier this month. This is a great moisturizer for oily or normal skin. It’s very light and feels super refreshing when applied.

Well, I think that’s about it!

What products have you been loving this month?

Tuesday, September 11, 2012


Hey friends!

Happy Tuesday! I hope you all had a better Monday than me. My bad morning started out when I got in my car and realized my battery was dead. I had 30 minutes from the point I discovered my car wouldn’t start to when I had to be at work to lead a training.

Um, didn’t happen.

A helpful co-worker took over my training for me, and I waited at home for roadside assistance. I had to leave the car running while I dropped Cooper off at daycare, and made it to work halfway through my training. There I was greeted by all the usual mess that happens when you are off work for almost a week – piles of paperwork and plenty o’problems. I sat through a rather stressful staff meeting and ended my day by requiring another jump so I could make it to the shop to get a new battery. Then I headed back to work to do another 2 hours of paperwork.

Finally, at 8:00 p.m., I got home in time to say goodnight to my baby.

I know, I know. Call the whambulance.

Anyway, tomorrow is a new day, right? Let’s hope it is better. This work week is CR-AZY and if I make it to Friday, I’m rewarding myself with a trip to Sephora.

So… what have we been up to lately?


Oh, did I mention last week I walked out of the door and was greeted by a flat tire? Yeah, that’s an allen wrench in my tire. !!! FOR THE LOVE. That’s the joy of living in a new construction subdivision. We’ve had 4 flats/tire repairs and $300 in new tires since moving here last summer.


Rachel’s blog post prompted me to make this breakfast casserole last week. It is crescent rolls, sausage, eggs, milk, rosemary, oregano, and cheddar cheese. IT IS DELISH. The toddler gave it two thumbs up.


I posted this pic on Instagram last week – how much is Cooper my mini me here? Love him! I tried a new braid this day. It’s an interpretation of a french braid but instead of adding pieces from two sides, you just add in pieces from one side.


Also on IG – I’m sporadically posting Tips of the Day. This day’s tip was to mix a liquid highlighter with your foundation. I’m using Benefit High Beam here. It just adds a subtle glow to your face that will make you look radiant.


I found these pictures last week from when I was pregnant with Cooper, and they make me really want to cut my hair off. What do you think?



Friday night my parents took Cooper so we could have date night. We’re such partiers! We went out to eat at Outback and then window shopped at furniture stores.

OOTD: Lane Bryant zebra tunic and jeggings, Lane Bryant necklace, Old Navy flats

MOTD: Smashbox teal/brown eyeshadow combo



Later that night we met up with my parents to take Cooper to Build-A-Bear. We wanted to let him pick out a bear as a reward for potty training. In the picture above, he had to pick out a heart for his bear and make a wish. My mom says to him “wish for a baby sister!” {yeah, ok, mom, totally hear you}


On Saturday we supported the Gamecocks. Jason is consumed by football for the entire weekend and I’m forced to find ways to entertain myself. Here I asked Cooper to do his best Tebow for me.


Jason and I discovered the wonder that is Macro’s Hawaiian Chicken Pizza this weekend. It was so good we ate it two days in a row. (No, not leftovers. We ordered this pizza two days in a row.) (Oink.)


Lastly, here is Monday’s OOTD – before I walked out the front door and my day went to hell.

OOTD: (old) Old Navy dress, TJ Maxx scarf, leopard flats. Watch is Fossil and the bracelet is Handpicked.

What have you been up to?

Monday, September 10, 2012

Shop for a Cause!

I don’t know if I’ve ever really talked in depth about my job on the blog. I have a social work degree. Since Jason was (is still) military, we’ve moved around the country, and with each move has come a different job. I started out working as a school social worker, running an early intervention program for children at risk of drinking/drug use. When we moved to Washington, I worked as a mediator, specializing in victim/offender and parent/youth mediation.

When we moved to South Carolina, I got a job as a caseworker for individuals with disabilities. Let me be completely honest – this was never in my career plan. I just never saw myself working with this population because – again, to be honest, – it intimidated me. However, God is in control always and He quickly showed me this was exactly where I needed to be.

For the past 4 years (in SC and now in GA – I found pretty much the exact same position) I have worked with adults and children diagnosed with developmental disabilities. Right now I manage a caseload of adults who live in community host (foster-type) homes. Families agree to take these individuals into their homes and treat them as family members, providing the medical care and supervision they need in order to live their most productive, healthy, and fulfilling life possible.

Talk about perspective! My clients have a whole host of what the world would see as problems: medical problems, wheelchair bound, behaviorally challenged, family distance, inability to work… the list goes on and on. Yet in spite of every challenge they face they are SO HAPPY! They see the world through rose colored glasses. No matter what challenge they are facing or pain they might be enduring, I’m always greeted happily. “How are you, Miss Andrea?” says one client, with a big smile and a clap of his hands. Wow. And to think, on the way to work I was grumbling about forgetting to pay a bill or missing a favorite TV show. Perspective.

When Jordan approached me about sharing this wonderful opportunity with you, I couldn’t say no.

How can you help?

There will be an event on 9/20/12 in St. Petersburg, FL that helps families who are not able to afford therapies for children diagnosed with Autism. If you haven’t been affected by Autism, you probably do not know how expensive medical care and interventions can be. Many insurances do not consider Autism a medical diagnosis that deserves covered care. In many cases if it is covered it, it is not covered completely.

St.Petersburg/Tampa residents: the fundraiser will be at Push Ultra Lounge on September 20th at 5:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased here. There will be raffles, an auction, and you can shop for accessories while supporting a great cause!

If you're not local to the area, you can still help! There will be a Stella & Dot Trunk Show to support it as well. Tracy Meehan, Independent Stylist for Stella and Dot is the host for this trunk show, which will benefit the Lawyers Autism Awareness Fund. You can shop here.

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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

I Feel Pretty/So Unpretty

Where are my Glee fans? Back in season 2, there was an episode called I Feel Pretty/Unpretty that spoke so strongly to my heart. Just to summarize… Rachel’s nose was broken on accident, and she contemplated a nose job. Throughout the episode, she compares her own unique looks to Quinn’s classic beauty. The entire Glee group is challenged by Mr. Shue to reflect on something about themselves that they hate, yet are trying to accept. At the end of the episode, the cast performs Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” wearing shirts that announce their “flaws.” The episode was beautifully written and it really spoke to my heart.

I know I probably do a fair impression of being someone who is self-confident. I mean, I post regular pictures of myself on le blog and Instagram, and I know some of you have even ventured so far as to label me “vain.” Which is fine – I’m not denying I am a tad bit vain, of certain things. I think I have a nice brown eyes. My hair is thick and shiny. I have what my husband says is a “great rack.” My ankles are thin, so I’ve got that going for me.

But within myself lies a monster of self-doubt. I, like many others, spend a lot of my time comparing myself to other people. This girl is so thin! She’s had two kids and her belly is perfectly flat! I wish I could get away with no wearing makeup like her! Her hair looks amazing! Her makeup looks amazing! Her outfit looks amazing!

Which inevitably leads to thoughts such as…. Why am I so fat? Why do I have so many wrinkles? My skin only looks that good when I slather on makeup. I didn’t look like that before I had Cooper! Why am I so ugly/fat/wrinkly/have cellulite/saggy boobs/etc etc etc?

For every flattering picture you see of me, there are 20 others that I take and delete. Ooh, double chin. Ooh, fat roll. Ooh, pimple. Ooh, back fat. Jason actually gets very upset with me because he says I refuse to be in pictures because I hate the way I look. “Cooper will have no pictures of you when he’s older!” Jason is right – there are very few spontaneous pictures of Cooper and I. And how vain is that?! 

I look at pictures on blogs and Instagram and wonder why my hair isn’t perfectly straight. Then I spend 30 minutes with a flat iron trying to subdue my thick and coarse hair, only to get frustrated and upset because that isn’t my hair texture and there is no way my hair will ever lie perfectly straight, no matter the tools or products I use.

I spend an hour watching YouTube videos and trying to recreate makeup looks, only to realize no amount of contouring will every erase my double chin(s). 

I run to Forever 21 to try on everyone’s favorite skinny jeans, only to realize I could only fit into those pants many pounds and 15 years ago. 

I cried buckets when I watched this Glee episode. I remember being that girl in high school – I still AM that girl! I never felt pretty enough, never felt smart enough, never felt skinny enough. Someone was always better than me. I never lived up to the impossibly high standards I set for myself. 

Last week the sermon in church centered around finding your purpose in life. I’ve been thinking a lot about that this week, and I wonder if one of the reasons I haven’t found my purpose is because I’ve never really found myself. I’ve spent a lifetime comparing myself to other people and finding myself lacking. My dirty little secret is that I never feel good enough. If you asked me to name 3 things I love about myself, I’d struggle. I’d have to think hard, and I’m not sure I could come up with the answers. On the flip side, if you asked me to name my faults, I could give your dozens. I see all the bad in myself, and none of the good. 

I am most certainly a work in progress, and I’m working on my self-acceptance in baby steps. I’m challenging myself to take more pictures with my baby, without worrying about how I look. I’m going to stop comparing myself to the pictures of perfection I see of others. Instead of spending countless hours trying to change things about myself, I’m going to accept the frizz in my hair and my round face and work on trying to find ways to rock what I see as imperfections. 

My Glee t-shirt would read “Miss Piggy” (an unfortunate nickname I earned in middle school). But you know what? Miss Piggy has mad style, and she loves her some sequins. We’re kindred spirits, the two of us. And I’m ok with that. 

536Sans makeup


I know, I know. Some of you are fiercely annoyed by OOTD posts and pictures. You think they are vain and pretentious. I get it, I truly do. While I admit I am a tad bit vain and probably am on occasion pretentious as well, I really do genuinely like seeing the outfits that people put together.

Plus, most days I am in ratty PJ pants and Hanes Her Way (stained) shirts, so when I do on occasion put on actual clothes, makeup, and fix my hair I feel like it should be documented. “Hey, y’all! I did what most people do daily and made an effort! Tell me I look nice so I’ll be encouraged to do it more often!”

Plus size fashion is a tricky thing, so in addition to what I listed above, I like to see what other curvy girls are wearing. We’re pretty limited in where we can shop (hello, overpriced Lane Bryant!) so I think dressing can be a bit of a challenge when you are a size 14 or above.


Top: Target, Tank: Target, Jeans: Lane Bryant, Necklace: Bridier Baubles Britta in Coral


Top: Lane Bryant, Skirt: Lane Bryant, Earrings: Handpicked, Necklace: Very Jane


Cardigan: Old Navy, Belt: old and I have no idea, Dress: Lane Bryant, Necklace: Very Jane


Cardigan: Old Navy, Dress: Lane Bryant, Earrings: Shop Lately, Bracelet: I Love Jewelry Auctions on Facebook


Cardigan: Old Navy, Dress: Wal-Mart, Earrings: Handpicked, Bracelets: Derng & NY&Co, Necklace: The Limited, Belt: old and I don’t remember


Top: Lane Bryant, Scarf: Handpicked, Capri Jeans: Lane Bryant


Cardigan: Target, Dress: Target (on clearance for $12 in stores right now!), Necklace: Handpicked

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