Domestic Diva

Quick Tip: How to Store Fresh Herbs

Do you ever notice that when you buy fresh herbs for a particular recipe, the grocery store ALWAYS gives you WAY more than you need? So what do you do with all those leftover herbs (which wont stay fresh for very long by the way)? 1. Wrap them in a wet paper towel and keep them on the side of your…

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Fashion

What I Want Wednesday: To Rock Out

I usually like to be very girly, flirty and feminine. But sometimes I need an outfit to wear when I want to unleash my inner badass. Something that I can walk around town in with a major attitude and rock out in my car to Just a Girl by No Doubt (an old fave) without looking corny. I think this…

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Cooking in Heels: Barbecue Chicken Pizza

Rock Heels Without the Hurt Lets face it, shoes are EVERYTHING! Shoes are my reason for going to work in the morning, shoes are my reason for hitting the town at night. Okay, maybe I’m exaggerating a little, but you get my point, I live for shoes. But lately I’ve been feeling like shoes don’t love me as much as…

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Domestic Diva

Divalicious Links: DYI Home Decor

Photo by Jen Ramos of Made By Girl I love a good DIY project and I’m in the process of giving my apartment a makeover to mix things up. The prices of some home decor items are just astronomical. Here are some of my top picks around the web for those who like me, want the look for less. Living…

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Fashion

STYLICON: CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN’S EXHIBIT AT LONDON’S DESIGN MUSEUM

He’s known by fashionistas the world over for theatrical designs, featuring his signature glossy red soles. Renowned luxury shoemaker, Christian Louboutin has opened up his personal archives filled with handmade, exclusive designs to be viewed, adored and applauded by the public. After more than 20 years in the fashion industry and with the backing of celebs, socialites and wannabes alike,…

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Domestic Diva

10 Beauty Products Already in Your Kitchen

As a teen, I was a drugstore product junkie. There’s nothing that I wouldn’t try in an effort to achieve the perfect skin, hair and nails. My bathroom drawers were overflowing with facial washes, moisturizers, conditioners, lotions and potions. In my 20’s, as my disposable income grew, so did the prices of my products. Id wander into Sephora with the…

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Self Discovery

Cant Focus? Maybe Youre a Scanner

At one point in my life, I really started to question whether or not I had ADHD. I literally could not get anything accomplished because I could not give one thing my attention for very long. I’d come up with an awesome idea, begin to work on it and right in the middle, I’d come up with a new, different,…

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Wellness

Beat Back Pain with Cat Cow

The human body was not designed to sit upright at a desk all day typing on a computer. Yet, that’s exactly what I do, 8+ hours per day, 5+ days per week, and I’ll bet that many of you do too. Lately, I’ve been paying dearly for this behavior. I’ve been laser focused, hard at work on a project and…

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Lifestyle

Be Open to Change

  Change can be hard to cope with for any of us. Our brains are hard wired to perceive change as dangerous and to see what we already know as safe. But change is inevitable. Small changes are being made every second of every day. One day, all of those little changes will add up and culminate into a huge life altering event.…

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Lifestyle

How to Survive a Quarter-Life Crisis

We always hear about people having a mid-life crisis around age 40, but in this day and age, I’ve seen more and more people having a crisis around the ages of 25-30; myself included. I think one reason for this is our troubled economy. Traditionally, we’ve all been told that if we pick a career, go to college, well get…

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