Free for Haul Friday, Volume #045

Welcome to Free For Haul Fridays!

A play on Oh No They Didn’t’s “Free For All Fridays,” every Friday is Free For Haul Fridays! Friday is a day for fun — whether you’re already off enjoying your weekend or if you just need a way to get through til the end of the work day, FFH is here for you!

Share your latest beauty hauls! Once you’ve done that… say anything you’d like. Tell us about the greatest thing that happened to you this week, why your pet is the cutest, what you’re doing this weekend… whatever!

First, I’ll share mine!

Haul: Philosophy Trick or Treat Shower Gel Set, Philosophy Caramel Apple Shower Gel, 5x Jack Black Lip Balm, Hourglass Visionaire Eyeshadow

Want to  make time to: read a good book this weekend!

Funniest thing that happened this week:  Mellan must have heard a noise last night, because he started growling like crazy, and when I pushed back the blinds (those long, hanging vertical ones), he started growling more.  I think it might have been at his reflection, LOL.

Friday plans: Going to my parents’ house for dinner — gonna be YUMMY!

This week’s Mellan photo…

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Open Letters: Write Your Own


Open Letters:  Write Your Own

Yesterday’s post asking “How limited edition is TOO limited edition?” really showed how often times our favorite beauty brands do things we may love or may find really frustrating. I think it felt good to talk about it together; to express our thoughts and just know that we’re not alone.

I encourage you to use this post to write an open letter (or two or three) to your favorite beauty brands, whether they’re positive or negative (but in a constructive way, of course!). If you’re not familiar with the concept of an open letter, it’s exactly as it sounds: a letter to a person/company that’s public. They can consist of anything; sometimes it’s merely a thank you, often times it’s more critical, and occasionally, very, very funny.

Open letters can be very cathartic; if it’s a critical letter, it can help you release pent-up frustration, if it’s positive, it can be rewarding to know you’ve made your appreciation known.

I’ve written three…

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