I have some important information regarding a product I recently reviewed for Influenster’s Spring Fling VoxBox.
The product I’d like to talk about are the Kiss Everlasting French Nails. This was my favorite product that I received in the VoxBox, but I now sadly have to post this update. I’ve been wearing the nails for 1 week now and the nails finally started falling off today.
Now that I have had the Spring Fling VoxBox for a couple of days, I think I can fairly review each product.
For those of you that missed my first post when I received the VoxBox, here is a peak of what was included.
I’ve been craving Chinese food recently, so for lunch I decided to throw together an “Asian” Spicy Pork Soup. Forgive me if the ingredients/servings aren’t exact. I honestly just threw a bunch of stuff together. But, let me tell you.. it was yummy!
Introducing the Spring Fling VoxBox from Influenster. I cannot tell you how excited I am about this VoxBox. Included in the VoxBox: Rimmel London Scandaleyes Retro Glam Mascara ($5.99), Kiss Everlasting French Nails ($6.49), Peach Pie Car Freshener from the Labor Day Movie, Playtex Sport Fresh Balance ($3.99-$4.99), NIVEA Skin Firming Hydration Lotion ($2.49 for 2.5oz/$10.99 for 13.5oz), and Softlips Cube ($3.49). The Softlips Cube was only sent to a few select Influensters and I am so happy that I was chosen to test and review it!
Just a quick post on a simple, delicious lunch (or dinner).
I’ve been doing amazing on this health kick. It feels so good eating whole and organic foods. I haven’t taken the leap into vegetarianism yet, but I’m getting pretty close.
I just wish my husband and I didn’t buy so much meat to stock up the freezer before he deployed. Oops!
All you need is:
cucumber — sliced thin
tomato — sliced thin
baby spinach — small handful
your favorite cream cheese
whole wheat bread (or whatever bread you prefer)
I think tofu is one of the most versatile foods you can cook with. Tofu is also a type of food that many people shy away from because they don’t know how to cook it properly. The first time I made tofu, it was horrible. After doing some research, I found that many people suggested you “press” the tofu in order to get as much water out of the tofu as possible. This makes it easier to fry. Low and behold.. this technique actually works/helps!
Here’s what you’ll need . . .
1 block of organic tofu
vegetable oil (for frying)
green onion, chopped (I used 3 stalks)
asparagus, cut into big chunks (I used 5 stalks)
3 tbsp local honey (you can use whatever honey you’d like)
1 tsp red pepper flakes
1 tsp soy sauce
1 tsp white vinegar
1 tsp ginger
1 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp sesame oil
Let’s get started! I always buy the extra firm, organic tofu. It’s much easier to work with in my opinion. For this recipe, I used the entire block.