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Tidying Up With Marie Kondo

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo on Kobo

Who else has been obsessively watching Tidying Up With Marie Kondo on Netflix? The episodes are relatively short and easy to binge, and the show overall feeds into that "New Year, new you" momentum with its emphasis on decluttering and getting organized. Watching these people go through their KonMari journeys reminded me of our own KonMari experience four years ago and brought up a lot of thoughts.

Product Review: Veriphy Skincare

Veriphy Self-Absorbed Facial Moisturizer, Power Trip Facial Serum, and 20/20 Eye Cream

Having more natural beauty options is never a bad thing, especially when these options come in the form of a new Canadian luxury skincare line. Just before the holiday season, I had the privilege of previewing recently launched Veriphy Skincare and I've been testing their products on and off for the last few weeks. Here's what you need to know!

2018 Reflections & 2019 Resolutions

Flatlay featuring 2019 Rifle Paper Co. Maps of the World desktop calendar, bullet journal, Indigo notepad, Dior Addict Lip Glow, air plants

Happy new year, dear readers! True to form, we spent the night at home with a homemade roast chicken dinner and Netflix just like we did last year. The evening was pretty consistent with our entire holiday vacation vibe—low-key, nothing urgent to do, plenty of rest. And boy, did we need the rest.

Winter Skin SOS

Winter skincare products for problems like dryness, redness, and itchiness featuring Tonymoly ceramics sheet mask, Dr. Jart+ Ceramidin fluid, Tata Harper Intense Moisture Mask, Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream, Bioderma Atoderm SOS Spray

Every year it seems to take less and less to trigger a full-on winter freakout on my face. A couple weeks ago Vancouver experienced its first bout of dry cold with temperatures hovering near freezing, and my skin went from normal to dry, red, itchy and stinging. The weather has since gone "normal Vancouver" and become mild and wet, but that doesn't mean I don't have a few skincare tricks up my sleeve if it changes again. If you live in a "dry cold" climate where the air outside is harsh and the indoor heating is turned way up, this post might be helpful!

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