Gift Guide – For The Beauty Product Obsessed

We all have that friend who would rather spend her last dime on beauty products than anything else.

This gift guide is for her!

Gift Guide

  1. Baby Foot Original Exfoliant Foot Peel. For your friends who like to wear open shoes all year long!  Did you know that filing the dead skin on your feet causes friction that causes more dead skin to accumulate?  This is such an amazing product, get one for her and one for you!
  2. Shiseido The Makeup Eyelash Curler. Edge-free design of this broad curve eyelash curler prevents pinching all while curing everyone of your lashes from the inner corner to the outer corner.
  3. Hask Argan Oil 5-in-1 Leave In Spray  The 5 in 1 leave in spray is the perfect gift for your friend on the go.  It conditions, detangles, controls frizz, shines and repairs.  oops!  That’s 6! ( it also prevents breakage)  All I know is that I use it and love it!
  4. Clinique Moisture Surge Hydrating Supercharged Concentrate. A supercharged water-gel hydrator quenches even the driest of skin to keep your face protected from the harsh elements.  It breaks the cycle of dryness and environmental stress that can lead to premature aging.
  5. The Body Shop Almond Milk and Honey. This calming and protecting body lotion is my favorite to use during this cold weather months when my skin is the most sensitive.  This light weight moisturizer lasts for 48 hours all while protecting and restoring dry skin!
  6. Colourpop Ultra Matte Liquid Lipstick. My all time favorite liquid lipstick!  The colors are beautiful and they stay on all day!
  7. Jade Facial Roller. Made with natural tumbled jade, the roller effectively harnesses crystal healing to release toxins and stimulate acupressure points, improving skin’s elasticity and eliminating the appearance of puffiness and fine lines to restore a smooth, youthful glow.  After using it my skin has a beautiful all over glow.
  8. Clinique all about eyes rich. This eye cream diminishes the look of undereye circles, shadows, and fine lines.
  9. Benefits the POREfessional.  A satiny, balm to rapidly shrink pores. Features an oil-free formula for a sleek finish Creates refined & flawless looking skin.
  10. Eylure No. 117.  Eylure’s Texture lashes are a long angled style with a twisty, messed up finish. This is a lash that is gorgeously textured that will give you that extra bit of length and thickness that you desire to enhance the natural beauty of your eyes.
  11. Ardell Duo Lash Adhesive. No false lash is complete without Duo lash adhesive.  This formula was created for all day wear and is a favorite of profession makeup artist.  This formula dries clear.
  12. Joico K_PAK Color Therapy Later Lock Spray   It instantly detangles, softens and hydrates, leaving color-treated hair healthy, shiny and strong. Protects against damage during heat styling and is safe to use with heated styling tools.
  13. IT Brushes for Ulta Your Face & Eye Essentials Mini 5 Pc Travel Brush Set.  When it comes to brushes, start with the essentials! A great powder, eye shadow brushes and a liner brush can help get you ready in no time! IT’s got you covered! 4 brushes to line, define, smoke out and blend. Plus the allover complexion brush for all your basics from foundation to blush to illuminizer!  It the perfect gift for your friends who are always off jet setting.
  14. L’Oreal infallible Lacquer Eyeliner.  This gel formula keeps a unique lacquer finish that will last all day and night.  I keep trying the expensive department store brands, but always come back to this L’Oreal one!

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Until Next Time…

XOXO

Pageant of the Masters, Where Art Becomes Life

Pageant Of The Masters

It’s that time of year again, the 86th celebration of the The Pageant of the Masters is once again being performed.  Under a star-lit sky in the artist community of Laguna Beach, California.  It is an awe inspiring 90 minutes of tableaux vivants (living pictures).  It’s amazing watching the art come to life right before your eyes.  I especially enjoyed this years theme “Under The Sun” as a majority of the show was centered around the art and artists of our own community of Laguna Beach.

Pageant Of The Masters

Every evening during the summer season, classic and contemporary works of art (paintings & sculptures) are recreated using volunteers.  The volunteers pose to exactly replicate the original works of art (I don’t know how they stand so very still).  A dramatic addition to the living art work is the live 28-member orchestra and the jeweled voice narrator.

Pageant Of The Masters

In 1932 the first Festival of Arts was held in downtown Laguna, it was produced by a local artist, John H. Hinchman.  “Living Pictures” were first presented at the 2nd annual Festival of Arts and has been a tradition ever since not including the 4 years that the Pageant was halted due to WWII.

For me and my family, the Pageant is something we look forward to every year.  It is one of the most spectacular, creative, inspiring, awe filled evenings you will ever have in an outdoor theatre.  Year after year we are amazed and wait with anticipation until the following year’s theme is announced.

Pageant Of The Masters

While waiting for the Pageant to start enjoy the live band and abundance of artists and their work.

This spectacular art event runs from July through September 1, 2018.  Tickets range from $20. to $260.

For a more information about the Pageant of the Masters and to see a video of this amazing show go to Festival of ARTS of Laguna Beach

Or call 949.497.6582

Until Next Time…

XOXO

10 Ways To Beat The Heat

There are some people who enjoy the intense heat and love the hot sun beating down on them.  I’m not one of those people. I tend to hide inside when the intense heat of summer comes upon us.  No matter where you fall in this heat spectrum everyone needs ways to cool down.

10 ways to beat the heat
Photo Credit: Pixaby

When the heat rises here are some ways to chill out that do not involve blasting your air conditioner.

1. Eat Cool Foods

Fruits like watermelon contain 92% water for each bite you take. This water consumption aids in helping your body cool down.  Eat plenty of fresh fruits and green veggies to help your body deal with the excessive heat.

2. Coconut Water

We all know to drink water to stay hydrated, but did you know that coconut water has essential cooling properties that cool you from the inside out.

3.Take A Bath

Taking a cool bath with Epsom salts can cool you down and relax you all at the same time.

4. Close Your Blinds

When you know it’s going to be a scorcher outside make sure you keep your blinds closed.  The sunshine beating through your windows all day can increase the temperature inside your home to hotter than it is outside.  In the evening open the blinds and the windows to let the cool evening air in.

5. Reverse The Directions Of Your Ceiling Fans

Having your ceiling fans spin counter clockwise in the summer months will force the air down and will achieve a wind chill effect which in turn will make you feel cooler.

6. Eat Small Meals

When you eat a large meal your body heats up durning the metabolic process.  By eating a small meal your body does not work as hard to process the meal and in turn does not heat up quite as much.

7. Drink Tea

Chinese Ancient medicinal science has long talked about the effect that Chrysanthemum Tea has as a coolant for the body.  Drink a cup of this golden tea and cool down a little.

8. One Cucumber To Eat & One Cucumber For Your Eyes

Like watermelon, cucumbers are made up of mostly water.  Eating them can cool you down as well as cutting them and placing the refrigerated cucumber slices over your eyes.  This will bring down the temperature of your body.

9. Cotton

Wear light colors clothes that are made of cotton or linen fabric.  These fabrics are breathable and will keep you cooler in the scorching sun.

10. Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate!

I can’t stress enough how important water is to keeping your body cool.  Yes, an ice cold macchiato sounds delicious on a summer day when the temperature is well over 90 degrees, but nothing will do more for your body than a large glass of water.  So drink up and cool down!

What do you do to cool down in the heat of summer?

Let me know in the comments.

Until Next Time…

XOXO

 

 

Best Orange County Beaches

Did you know there are 42 miles of quintessential shoreline in Orange County?

Orange County Beaches

From coves to private beaches and everything in between.

Here’s your guide to the best beaches in Orange County:

Seal Beach

A relaxed community and a quiet beach for those who don’t like crowds.

Seal Beach

Seal Beach is the northern most beach town in Orange County.  This is a popular beach for surfers and families alike.  Walking the pier right before pre-dusk is a must for that perfect sunset view.  Eisenhower Park is a lovely park with an ocean view that is located in a central area where there are restrooms and a small playground for young children.

Huntington Beach

These beaches have surfing all year long and are the host to surfing and volleyball competitions.

Sunset Beach

Sunset beach also know as Sunset County Beach.  It is located in-between Surfside beach (a private beach) to the north and Bolsa Chics State Beach to the south. If you are looking to relax, read a book, or just sunbathe this is by far the quietest beach in Huntington.  On breezy days this is also the perfect spot to watch kiteboarder’s ride the waves.

Bolsa Chica State Beach

This 3 mile long beach has ample parking and an RV campground (50 campsites).  It is the perfect beach to be active. Bolsa China activities include surfing, volleyball, biking, and surf fishing(as long as you have a permit).  This beach is also known as a Ecological Reserve.  Wildlife and bird watching make this beach one of the top bird destinations in California.

Huntington Dog Beach

Doggy heaven by most dog owners consider this beach.  This 1.5 mile beach is the only beach in Huntington where dogs are permitted.  There is a picnic area, restrooms, and doggy waste bags for your convenience.  Huntington Dog Beach is located between Seapoint St. and 21st. St.

Huntington City Beach

Orange County Beaches

This beach is in the center of all the beaches that stretch along the Huntington Beach coast.  Trademarked as “Surf City USA” you can always find surfers early in the morning riding the waves at this iconic beach.  You can also find Huntington Beach pier in the center of the 3.5 mile beach.  Volleyball courts are set up close to the pier and there is a paved walking and bike trail that runs along the back of the beach.  Several restaurants are available and a few on the pier itself.

Huntington State Beach

Huntington State Beach hours are from 6am to 10pm daily.  This 2 mile long beach provides picnic tables, 200 fire rings (arrive early they go fast), lifeguards, restrooms, outdoor showers, and beach volleyball courts.  Three snack shacks are open daily during peak season and on the weekends during the off season.  This is a popular beach for swimmers, body surfers, and boogie boarders.

Newport Beach

There are eight miles of beach front along the beautiful coast of Newport Beach.  These beaches are my top picks for this city:

China Cove Beach

China Cove is the site of and got it’s name from an old China House that was torn down in the ’80’s.  The small beach is surrounded by homes and the William G. Kerckoff Marine Laboratory.  The beach has volleyball posts but you must provide the net and abide by their restricted hours.

Corona Del Mar State Beach

This half mile long beach is also known as Big Corona Beach, it is perfect for families and a popular beach for swimmers, surfers, divers, and volleyball players.  Gilligan’s Island, the popular TV series in the mid 60’s was filmed on this beach and also current TV productions for Disney.  This beach is the site of the first major surf competition in Mainland America; The Pacific Coast Riding Championship in 1928.

Crystal Cove State Park/ Beach

Orange County Beaches

There are 4 beach areas which include:

Reef Point – This beach is located at the bottom of the bluff.  You can walk down the trail or you can bike ride to the beach.  This pristine beach has access to 2 coves and a great place to whale watch. Reef point is a wonderful place for tide pooling.

Moro Beach – This beach opens at 6am and closes at sunset. Once you park your car you will walk under Pacific Coast Highway to get to the beach.  You can use your California State Parks annual pass for parking.  Great beach for walking.

Pelican Point – There are 4 bluff top parking lots all with access to the beach.  There is an archway on the way down to the beach that protects walkers from the stray ball that come from Pelican Hill Golf Course.  This beach has a ton of rocks which make it a great spot for tide pools and exploring.  Watch out for the possible rattlesnakes in the heat of the summer while walking to the beach.

Historic District – Crystal Cove is popular because of it’s beach front rental cottages (which are available at www.reservecalifornia.com), the Beachcomber Cafe, and the Shake Shack that sits on the bluff.  I love the walk from the parking lot to the beach that meanders through sycamores and brings you through a mural painted tunnel.  This beach also has an educational area called the Education Commons where they have sea glass jewelry making classes, beachside chats and guided tide pool walks.

Laguna Beach

There are 37 beaches located across the coastline in the artist community of Laguna Beach.  Here are my favorites:

Aliso Beach

Aliso Beach is very popular because of it’s large parking area, fire rings, and family friendly Aliso Beach Park. This beach attracts families as well as body surfers & skim borders.

Bluebird Beach

Bluebird is a narrow strip of beach located in front of the Surf & Sand Hotel.

Brooks Street Beach

Brooks Street Beach has a cozy sitting area at the top of the steps that provides a wonderful viewing area of the surfers.  This beach is not recommended for swimming as there is a rocky bottom under the waves.

Christmas Cove Beach

This beach is located below the bluffs of the Montage Resort.  There is a paved pathway which will take you down to a ramp that leads you to the beach.  This is a good beach to look at the tide pools.

Cleo Street Beach

This bolder filled beach plays a disappearing act at high tide.  Many use this beach for access for scuba diving.

Main Beach

Orange County Beaches

Main beach is the centrally located beach in Laguna.  This wide beach is perfect for sunbathing and people watching on the boardwalk. There are also basketball courts located at this beach and a play area for children.  It is a short walk to downtown shops.

Shaw’s Cove

Orange County Beaches

This small sandy beach is located down a staircase tucked away below homes.  The public entrance is located at the intersection of Cliff Drive and Fairview.  There are tide pools exposed during low tides.  It is the perfect quiet beach to get away from all the crowds.

Thousand Steps Beach

There is a large cave that you can explore at this beach. You can walk through this cave (tunnel) to a small rocky cove on the other end.  There is a 2nd cave (only accessible at low tide) at the opposite end of the beach that leads you to the large Totuava Beach.  Thousand Steps Beach also has restrooms, volleyball courts, and tide pools.

*Thousand Steps Beach only has 223 steps, although it might feel like a thousand steps when you are walking back up the stairs.

Woods Cove Beach

Movie Star Bette Davis lived in a tutor style home in the cliffs above this beach which is now registered as a historic structure.  The southern most part of this beach is known as Lover’s Cove.  During low tide there are huge rocks that poke out of the water just off shore.  This beach is great for scuba divers, but not for swimmers as the rip tides and the rocky condition under the water make it unsafe.

Dana Point

Capo Beach

Capo Beach (aka Capistrano Beach) beach offers may activities such as; beach volleyball, basketball, cycling, as well as other beach activities. Surfing is also very popular at this beach.

Dana Point Harbor Beach

Orange County Beaches

This beach is also known as Baby Beach.  There is a roped off area for the kids to swim and a grassy park with picnic benches.  Next to the beach is a small fishing pier and a replica of the historic ship by the name of The Pilgrim.  Baby Beach is also a popular place to start your kayaking adventure (as rental shops are close by),

Doheny State Beach – North

This State Park has a visitors center with exhibits, an aquarium, a store, and indoor tide pools.  There is also a grassy area with shaded picnic tables and sand volleyball.  It is a great family beach.  The entrance to this beach is located at the intersection of Park Lantern and Dana Point Harbor Drive.

Doheny State Beach – South

If you are looking to go camping on the beach then you have found your place! The southern most area of this beach has a large campground. There are picnic tables and fire rings, along with lifeguards.

San Clemente

Calafia Beach

This beach is one of the more popular beaches in San Clemente.  There is a beach parking lot, but on sunny days it fills up quickly.  There is a cafe right on the beach which makes it convenient if you don’t want to lug a cooler with you to the beach.

North Beach

North Beach is the widest beach in San Clemente and extends all the way to the San Clemente Pier.  This is a great family beach, there are fire rings, picnic tables, swings for the kids, and beach volley ball courts.  There is a Amtrak stop at this beach and the parking lot is shared by the Amtrak commuters.

Riviera Beach

Riviera Beach might be a little tough to find, but once you are there you’ll understand why this beach made the list.  This is a great beach to enjoy during high tide when there is enough sand to still have a place to sunbathe. There are no facilities at this beach.  Find access to this beach by mapping 2300 Plaza A La Playa.

San Clemente Pier City Beach

Best Orange County Beaches

It is the main beach of San Clemente with sand on both sides of the pier.  There is a large parking area and street parking available.  Don’t miss walking out to the end of the pier which is 1296 feet long. You will find fishermen on the pier dropping lines to catch the big one and surfers below looking for that perfect wave.  This is a great place to people watch.

San Clemente State Beach

This State Beach has a large campground where there is tent and RV camping areas.  San Clemente State Beach is a narrow beach in front of the railroad tracks.  There are hiking trails above the beach in the high bluffs.

T Street Beach

T Street Beach is located at the end of Esplanade Street which crossed in to Paseo De Cristobal.  There is an walking overpass which keeps pedestrians safe away from the railroad tracks.  This palm tree lined beach has a beautiful view of the San Clemente Pier.  Swimming and surfing are great at this beach, but check the rules for when it is allowed.

 

Let me know in the comments which Orange County beach is your favorite and why.

Until Next Time…

XOXO

5 Ways To Survive A Long Flight

5 ways to survive a long flight
Photo Credit – @virginatlantic

Taking a long flight soon? Here are 5 easy essential things you can do to make your flight a little more comfortable and still have your sanity intact.

I’ve been on some long flights in my time, but my first flight with a large airline was probably my most memorable.  I was 22 and traveling by myself from Los Angeles to Amsterdam.  I had never been on a large plane (only a 4 seater plane a few months prior to this flight) and I was scared.  My parents dropped me off at LAX and my boyfriend at the time met me there.  He oddly brought me a dozen of beautiful red roses that I ended up giving to my Mom as they would not have survived the plane ride. It was a nice thought, though!  I boarded the fight. My palms sweating and heart racing a million miles a minute.  I found my seat and never got up again until the plane landed!  That flight was 14 hours long.

Get The Best Seat

Booking your tickets early is the best chance of scoring your prime seat! Window seat, aisle seats and exit rows are typically considered to be the bests seats.

Noise Canceling Headphones

Escape the mundane noises of the flight by bringing headphones that cancel out all noise except what you choose to listen to.  You can get work done while you’re sitting there for hours, but who wants to check emails and work for more than a couple of hours?  You can totally escape by burning a few hours away with your favorite Hollywood movie with no outside distractions!  And once you’re done with the movie have several of your favorite podcasts waiting for you.

Dress Properly

Keep your clothes loose and comfortable.  Pack some collapsible slippers to change into once you’re in the air.

Move Your Body And H2o

Unlike me, you should not sit in your seat for 14 hours straight. We all know that sitting for hours on end is not healthy for our bodies.  Fight off deep vein thrombosis by stretching and walking around the cabin as much as possible.  Drink up! Fight off dehydration by regularly drinking water.  Remember, alcohol also causes dehydration.

Request A Special Meal

On international flights meals are usually free.  The benefits?  Your “special” meal is usually far superior to what everyone else is served and you will get served first.

Until Next Time

XOXO

10 Ways To Prepare Your Home Before Leaving On Vacation

Your vacation should be full of fun and relaxation with not a care in the world.  The last thing you should be worried about is your home when you are away.  Weather your going out of town for a few days, a few weeks, or longer follow these 10 easy ways to prepare your home for your absence.

10 ways To Prepare Your Home

1. Adjust Your Thermostat

The last thing you want to do after a wonderful vacation is come home to a huge electric bill.  Set your air conditioner to 85 degrees in the summer and your heater to 55 degrees in cold weather.

2. Set Programmable Light Timers

Light timers turn your household lamps on and off at the times you set them.  This gives the appearance you are still home. Set a few of the timers to light at different times of the night.   You can also use these timers to set a radio to go on and off.  Make sure you test the timers prior to leaving on vacation.

3. Unplug

Even when your appliances and electronics are off they still are using energy when they are plugged in.  Unplug items like coffee makers, toothbrushes, computers, toasters, TV’s, and sound systems.

4. Turn Off Your Water

Avoid coming home to a leak, turn off the water to your home.  Just keep in mind this might affect your sprinkler system.

5. Water Heater

Set your water heater on vacation mode and save money on your heating bill.

6. Clean Out Your Refrigerator

The last thing you want to come to is a stinky house.  Throw out items that will expire while you are away.  Leave a opened container of baking soda to absorb any ordors.

7. Mail

Contact the USPS to suspend delivery of your mail or have a neighbor collect it for you.  If you are lucky enough to have a neighbor help out ask them to remove any flyers or papers left at your door.

8. Spare Keys

If you normally keep a spare key to your home in an outside hiding place remove it while your gone.

9. Smoke Detectors

Make sure your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are all in working order and have fresh batteries.

10. Social Media

Don’t announce to the world that you are out of town, even if you are on private settings.  Post your vacation photos once you return.

 

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My Afternoon With Maria Shriver

 

Thanks to a couple of friends, I had the opportunity to spend the afternoon with Maria Shriver.  Myself and over 300 other guests including the young women who make up the student body at the Academy of Our Lady of Peace, located in the beautiful city of San Diego, California.

My Afternoon With Maria Shriver

The event was held on the spectacular grounds of the all-girls Catholic high school.  The Academy of Our Lady of Peace has been educating young women for the past 135 years.  Maria herself attended an all-girls Catholic high school and during the Q&A session she reminisced with the student body about why she too would roll up her uniform skirts (it’s a Catholic school thing).

My Afternoon With Maria Shriver

She was inspirational and endering that afternoon, I could’ve have listened to her speak for hours.  Maria spoke about her newest book and No. 1 national bestseller,  “I’ve Been Thinking…Reflections, Prayers, and Meditations for a Meaningful life”.  This book will resonate with anyone who is looking for guidence, enlightenment, and insight.  The lessons she has learned along her life’s journey she compiled in this book.  Maria shares prayers, and inspiring quotes to help get us all through what she calls The Open Field, a place of acceptance, purpose, passion, and joy.

My Afternon With Maria Shriver

I love that she ends each chapter with a prayer and they all start with “Dear God…” Maria has said that the reader can put in any words they want. “I practice Catholicism, Buddhism, Hinduism … if you want, you can pray to the tree in your backyard, or it could just be a moment of silence. It’s more than religion —- it’s inspiration and counsel.”

Maria sees every person on earth as a architect of change.

She defines that by:

“People who challenge what is”.

“Imagine what can be”.

“And have the goal of moving humanity forward”.

 

Learn more about Maria’s Architects of Change program.

 

Until Next Time…

XOXO

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10 Things To Start Doing For Yourself


10 things to start doing for yourself

1. Spend Time In The Present

Stop dreaming about when and if and enjoy the right now!  Time goes quickly (it’s already February!).  This, right now is the most important time of your life, go out and seize the day…and the night!

2. Be Grateful

Keep a gratitude journal bedside and every evening write down the things you were grateful for in that day. Every morning set a quiet time for yourself where you can reflect and recall the good in life and reread the items you were grateful for the previous day.  Gratitude will help you to focus on all the good in your life even if your life is far from perfect.

3. End Toxic Relationships

This can be a very difficult painful process.  It can be scary and overwhelming especially if it’s a long-term relationship or friendship.  Toxic people thrive on control and it is likely that they learned this behavior in their own childhood.  There comes a point in every toxic relationship when you realize you give more of yourself emotionally and receive no emotional support back.  It’s time to cut the strings and let that relationship go.

4. Do Things You Love

As Confucius said “do what you love” and Maya Angelou who said “…pursue the things you love doing and then do them so well that people can’t take their eyes off of you.”  When we do what we love we are more likely to be healthier, happier, and far more successful than those who do not.  Do little things daily that you love and bring you joy.

5. Start Forgiving And Then Just Let It Go

It’s important to work through your feelings of why you won’t forgive yourself or why you hold a grudge against another in order to truly forgive.  Once you do this you can release all the anger and hurt inside.  One of the hardest things to learn is to forgive, not just yourself, but to forgive others.  It is essential to let go of the past and to move on.

6. Don’t Procrastinate, Get On With It

Do you put things off until all you do during your waking hours is think about what you need to get done? STOP! The solution is simple write down on a piece of paper 3 steps that will help you complete the task at hand then do one step at a time until it’s done.  You can’t look forward to the future if there are things holding you back.

7. Spend Time With Nature

Breathe deeply in the beauty of nature.  Walk barefoot and feel the energy of the soil/sand under your feet.  Spend time getting in touch with your soul.

8. De-clutter Your Space

Clutter is bad for your health, the more “stuff” that is around the more one feels out of control of ones life and stresses.  Clutter is anything you have that is not adding value to your life, it is bringing you down energetically and psychologically.  Donate 1 thing everyday for 30 days (you’ll be surprised at how simple and easy this is to accomplish).

9. Check Out Of Social Media One Day A Week

A break from social media is good for your over all mental health and well-being.  We’ve all read about the negative effects that social media has on us.  Take a day off every week

10. Trust Your Heart

“Your mind will answer most questions if you learn to relax and wait for the answer.” ~William S. Burroughs.  Follow the voice of your heart and intuition, the answers to your questions are all within you.

Take care of yourself, first!

Start Doing these simple things!

Until Next Time…

XOXO

 

 

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Gift Guide: The Best Friend

Your Best Friend is always there when you need her, rain or shine, no matter what time of day or night.  You call and she comes running to your side.  The holidays are the perfect time for you to let her know just how much she means to you and how much you appreciate her!  You know they say it’s better to give than to receive, so who is more fun to buy for than your best friend?

Gift Guide The Best Friend

Shower your best friend with a gift(s) that she will love (and you will, too) in this Gift Guide! (more…)