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I’m in the market for a new pair of glasses and recently discovered Warby Parker’s Free Home-Try-On Program. You start with taking a quiz on their website about the frame shape, color, and size that you’re looking for. Once you select the 5 you want to try, they ship them out to you for free! Once you receive your selections, you have 5 days to test them out and figure out which one(s) you like the best. After 5 days, you mail them back with the included pre-paid shipping label and have NO obligation to buy. If you do end up liking any of them and want to buy a pair, they make it easy to add your prescription and order online! I also like that they are affordable, with options starting at only $95! Below are the 5 frames I tried. Continue reading “52 Weeks Of Trying New Things | Week 10 | Warby Parker’s Free Home-Try-On Program”
Over the past few years, I’ve been focusing on switching to safer and less toxic personal care products. I have a few holdouts, but the majority of what I put on my skin and hair these days is free of harmful chemicals and endocrine disruptors. Over the next few months, I’ll be sharing a 5-part series with you about my favorite affordable non-toxic products, so I hope you’ll find some good ideas for new brands to try! Continue reading “Non-Toxic Personal Care Part 1 | An Honest Review of Real Purity”
Recently Breathealer sent me their breath freshening gel and bamboo toothtappers to try and review. I’m thankful for the opportunity to share my honest thoughts with you in this post.
I haven’t always focused on my dental health as much as I should, but when I was diagnosed with a benign heart murmur in college, my dentist informed me of how important it was to maintain good oral health in order to protect my heart. I didn’t realize that some people with heart murmurs must premedicate with antibiotics before any dental cleanings or procedures to prevent bacteria from traveling to their heart and ultimately causing endocarditis. Luckily my dentist did not feel this step was necessary for me but encouraged me to be thorough with my dental care to avoid inflammation that would put me at risk for cardiovascular disease. Continue reading “Toothy Tuesday – Review Of Dental Probiotics And Toothtapping”