June’18: Monthly Currentlys…

I thought May went by quickly but, it seems so long ago since I published my FIRST Monthly Currentlys… It’s finally time for my second installment of this series!!

Currently…

In My Bathroom

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Renpure — Body Wash in Lavender & Honey
Everyone — Hand Soap in Spearmint + Lemongrass
Tom’s of Maine — Antiplaque & Whitening Toothpaste in Peppermint
Schick — Quattro Razor for Women

For Skin Care

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Dr Teal’s — Body Lotion in Lavender
PureHeals — Propolis 80 Cream
We Love Eyes — Eyelid & Eyelash Foaming Cleanser in Tea Tree
Schmidt’s — Natural Deodorant in Rose + Vanilla
First Aid Beauty — Face Cleanser
First Aid Beauty — Ultra Repair Hydrating Serum
First Aid Beauty — Ultra Repair Cream
Cortizone — Intensive Healing Cream
Whish — Hydrating Face Mist

For Hair Care & Styling

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John Frieda — Flat Iron
Conair — Combs (it came with 3 but, I prefer the 2 smaller ones)
Davines — OI Conditioner
Drybar — Detox Dry Shampoo
Davines — All in One Milk

For Nail Care & Color

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Beauty 360 — Strengthening Nail Polish Remover
Family Dollar — 4 Sided Nail Filer/Buffer/Shiner
Revlon — Disposable Nail Filers
ORLY — Nail Defense Strengthening Protein Treatment (base and top coat)
Color Club — I’m wearing the Holographic in Sidewalk Psychic but, right after this I’m going to paint them in the Matte Study Buddy

In My Everyday Makeup Bag

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Carmex — Lip Ointment
Sephora Collection
— Matte Perfection Powder Foundation in Shade 26 Neutral Sand (I have been dusting this over my liquid foundation and I just love it, it makes my face look so smooth and matte.)
Real Techniques — Miracle Complexion Sponge
Tarte — Amazonian Clay Waterproof 12-Hour Concealer in Tan
Marcelle — BB Cream Golden Glow
Urban Decay — Naked Illuminated in Lit
Sigma — Flat Kabuki F80
L.A.B. 2 — Just Blending In
Sigma — Concealer F75
Vasanti — Eyeshadow 2
Tarte — Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Foundation w/ SPF 15 in Tan Honey
Sephora Collection — Lashcraft Length + Volume in Noir
Benefit — Boi~ing Airbrush Concealer in No. 3 (I’ve just been using this to conceal around my eyebrows since it’s a little darker than I prefer for my undereyes but the skin around my eyebrows is always lighter than the rest of my face so this is perfect for that.)
Β Urban Decay — Eyeshadow in Baked
Revlon — Extra Curl Eyelash Curler

In My Snack Drawer

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Snack Factory — Dessert Thins in Brownies (We also tried the chocolate chip kind but, were not fans of it. These brownies are delish, though.)
Lesser Evil — Buddha Bowl Foods Himalayan Pink Popcorn
Back To Nature — Mini Chocolate Chunk Cookies

*All snacks are dairy-free!*

Smoking

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Flora Vega — Kush Master

Using This Theme On My Phone

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Minu — Hydrangea

Watching

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Boy Meets World — Season 5

Pilot

The Carrie Diaries — Season 2

On My Kindle Bookshelf

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A Child Called “It” — Dave Pelzer
Nice Try, Jane Sinner — Lianne Oelke
The Upside To Being Single — Emma Hart
The Vanishing Year — Kate Moretti

On My Overdrive ‘Holds’ List

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Every Day — David Levithan
The Chalk Man — C.J. Tudor
The Bell Jar — Sylvia Plath
Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda — Becky Albertalli
Girl in Pieces — Kathleen Glasgow
The Hate U Give — Angie Thomas

Lovin’ These Posts From May 2018

Settling In — Britney at Surrealistique
A Look At My Weekend: Kernersville Spring Folley — Morgan at Her Vs. World
An Afternoon in Manchester’s Northern Quarter — Chrissie at Vamp It Up Manchester
Why I Decided to Do BuJo — Krishel at I Am That Small Girl
Le Moulin De Provence — Sara Raquel at Sara Rcm
Week 2 — Emmitchell at Love, Emmitchell
Our Long Weekend — Carly at Caffeinated Carly
Revisiting The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Met Brauer, Walking Down Park Avenue Like I Own It, Riding The Q Train — Jo Ann at Sports and Travel Blog
Sunday NewsΒ — Becca at Awkward Whale Blog
A Welcome Invasion Of Personal Space — Anthony at Today’s Perfect Moment
The Tale Of Bay Cities — Jess at Grubbing With Jess
Our Staycation Experience in Wind Residences Tagaytay Gurezu
500 Kindnesses Day #11: Crossing Vermont, Toronto by Library #15: Perth/Dumont Library, Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: Appreciating My Own Backyard #5 – Camp 31 — Todd at Serendipity, Encouraged
How Do You Deal With Reality After A Vacation? — Andrea at The Perks of Being Different
Sumo Happy Bar — Cordelia at Purple Palace
I Let My Husband Dress Me For 5 Days, Weekend Recap: Hiking, Roaming Downtown Portland, and Meeting A Blogger — Rossy at AyR Galaxy
Wander Eats: Little Beet Table, Wanderlusting: Back To The Mountains I Go — Katie at Ankhor You
Weekend Highlights: Fun In The Sun Pizza & Pull-Ups
Eating Our Way Through Portland Part One! — Mackenzie at Mack Marie

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46 thoughts on “June’18: Monthly Currentlys…

  1. Thanks gf for mentioning my little old blog. I’m going to check out some of the other blogs myself. Love the nail polish and I thought I was the only person who shops at Family Dollar lol. Have a good day and enjoy your birthday next week

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    1. Love exploring NY with you, Jo Ann! πŸ˜€ All of the other bloggers are great, I hope you’ll find someone new to follow out of the bunch. Family Dollar is right across the street from my place lol so I go there for lots of things, those Conair combs are from there too!! Great prices!

      You have a good day too!! Thank you! ❀

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  2. I read β€˜A Child Called It’ back in high school and all I remember was crying profusely. Makes sense as to why I now help foster children.

    How do you like the Sigma brushes?! I’ve had my eye on the F80 kabuki brush for ages! I use the traditional Bobbi Brown flat foundation brush but I feel like a kabuki brush would apply foundation faster.

    Great post!

    Dom | http://www.DivaNamedDom.com

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    1. Have you read the next two books in the triology? The second one is about him being in foster care! I don’t know if I’ll read it though.

      I’ve had my Sigma brushes for almost 4 years now!! They’re really wonderful & they’re really the only brushes I’ve ever owned, I’ve never thought to even try other ones unless I get them in the subscription boxes. I dot my face with foundation & the kabuki does the rest, my foundation takes less than a minute to spread & blend all over my face!

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      1. I don’t really believe that the story is fictional. His older brothers were evil, too, and didn’t witness the abuse. ALSO, the the grandmom was abusing the mom, that’s why she won’t admit any of it. πŸ˜›

        I’m still jealous about the Riley Rose store. I need one to open up here ASAP.

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  3. How do you like the toothpaste Tom’s? One of my student’s used that toothpaste and I had never heard of it before but I have been wanting to try it! How do you like it? and where did you get it? πŸ™‚

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    1. Best best best toothpaste ever. My teeth glow in the dark because of it, haha. πŸ˜› You can get it from any drugstore or grocery store! But, make sure to buy the ‘peppermint’ flavor if you do try it because there’s a ‘fennel’ one & it’s the worst thing ever lol.

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  4. Oops, I just unfollowed you by mistake then, ha! Thanks for including me in your list hon ^_^ I love this type of posts, I could read them all day. I like how you natural, quality makeup and skincare with affordable high street stuff. Boy Meets World! And The Carrie Diaries, I’d forgotten all about those. I’m watching teen/twenty year olds stuff at the moment, as it suits my girly side and isn’t a change from sci-fi and superhero stuff. Check Freaks and Geeks and My So Called Life.

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    1. Of course! I enjoyed your blog post very much so! πŸ˜€ So happy that you liked this post; I think I could read them all day, too! Haha. I am loving the teen/twenty year old stuff, too. It’s just less serious and doesn’t make you think too hard, I like the mindlessness. I’ll def check out those two shows!! Thanks for recommending them to me. πŸ˜€ ❀

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  5. A child called it is such an AMAZING book! I read it in high school when I was doing volunteer work with the CASA organization. So glad it made it to your list!

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  6. Oooh loving your skincare!!
    And I cannot believe you have a child called it in your list, I was literally thinking about reading it a couple days ago, so I was gonna remind myself to put it on my list. What a freaking coincidence, or rather, synchronicity. πŸ™‚
    And thanks for including my posts in here πŸ’œπŸ’œ

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      1. I see synchronicity EVERYWHERE, it makes me feel more connected to people because these seemingly random thoughts are materialized and they star to feel like they may not be coincidences after all lol.

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