Thursday, September 17, 2015
A friend of mine offered to let me try a mini facial from Rodan + Fields. At fist I was totally skeptical and I honestly tucked it in my bathroom cabinet and forgot about it. Then she asked if I wanted to do a giveaway on my blog and as you all know, I don't give away or review products that I haven't tried myself. The thing is though, I didn't want to deprive YOU guys the chance to try it for yourselves so this week I set time aside to do it.
WOW. First of all, I didn't NEED to set time aside. It's super quick and easy. The Micro Dermabrasion paste was LIFE CHANGING. I cannot for the life of me remember when my face last felt this soft. I had a professional facial done by the people at Dior a few years ago and while it was awesome, it was not as drastic as this was. It felt great and it smells amazing. I used the lip serum and the face serum afterwards as instructed and oh my gosh!! You guys are going to LOVE LOVE LOVE this product. It's crazy because like I said, I was skeptical and figured my review would be more, "It's nice, you should try it and decide for yourself" but instead my review is WOW WOW WOW TRY THIS NOW!!! LIFE CHANGING!!!!!!
SO! How do you get to try a minifacial of your own?? It's simple:
Win one of 5 mini facial sets from Rodan + Fields skincare.
This amazing skincare line was developed by the same dermatologists that created ProActive!
a Rafflecopter giveaway Visit https://mbfebs.myrandf.com/Pages/OurProducts/GetAdvice/SolutionsTool to get a free personalized skincare solution!
Winners will be announced on October 1st!
To make this even better, MB is giving my readers their choice of free make-up wipes, spf body cream or sunless tanning foam with an $80+ preferred customer purchase when you mention From Lazy to Lady!
Just incase you're feeling insecure about some of the questions, my biggest facial skin scare concern is blackheads and giant pores of doom. Just one use of the micro dermabrassion paste and I had noticiably less blackheads which made my pores look smaller too.
Good Luck! Comment to let me know you entered!
Sunday, August 16, 2015
I have really been struggling through the past few years to maintain some kind of tangible sanity. The last few months specifically I fought a depressive episode with every cell of my being. There were days that I honestly didn't think I would make it.
All of the pixie dust in the world couldn't change just how NOT okay I was.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
See what others had to say about the running school experience!
“I got all of my questions answered”
“This was fun and energizing”
“I learned more in Jeff's Running School than during my 15 years of marathoning”
“This was easily the best value in time and/or money that I have ever spent on running”
Where: The Italian Society of Middletown
72 Court Street, Middletown. (located across from the CT Superior Court building).
Free parking in municipal lot adjacent to Court Street.
When: April 11, 10am-1pm
Cost: online ($99) or walk up ($129)
● Three hours of the information you need to reach your goals—injury free
● Ask all of your individualized questions
● Email access to Jeff afterwards
● Specific methods on nutrition, running form, setting up pace, running hills, breathing
● How to stay injury free, run long runs without being exhausted, run faster, stay motivated
Monday, March 16, 2015
Friday, February 27, 2015
2014 Virtual 13.1 Half Marathon and 5K (Inaugural)
Last chance to become a "Legacy" participant!
Closes March 1, 2015.
When a runner takes walk breaks early and often enough for the individual the muscles are strong to the end. See RUN WALK RUN atwww.jeffgalloway.com for recommendations by pace per mile.
The "exhaustion wall" can be avoided by running longer long runs up to or beyond race distance-using the appropriate run-walk-run strategy.
Marathoners tend to improve time by an average of more than 15 minutes when they increase their longest run from 20 miles to 26 miles.
To recover fast, run the long runs at least 2 min/mi slower than you could currently run in a marathon
The right run-walk-run strategy from the beginning of each run, gives any runner control over fatigue, injury-elimination, and recovery.
In numerous surveys, runners improved over 13 minutes when they shifted from running continuously to use of the right run-walk-run strategy.
Monday, February 9, 2015
Be sure to check in for training and motivational tips from Jeff himself!
Official Tips from Jeff Galloway: