I’m bad at this, I know.

I’m bad at this, I know.

I haven’t posted anything in a while, huh? Yeah, I suck at this. I’ve always liked the idea of having a blog and posting about stuff I like. Stuff that matters to me. I have been doing my nails and taking photos. I’m just so bad at staying motivated. I have a hard time even keeping a hobby. I have such a non-addictive personality that I can’t even keep up with the things I ACTUALLY LIKE DOING. What a terrible way to live life!

Right now, I am in the market for a new computer. The laptop I use for this and everything else in my personal life is quite old. I am due for an upgrade.

I plan on posting soon about the cat situation. It’s been over a year since I took in Lucy and Rigby. It’s been quite the adventure! Honestly, work is good. My health is manageable. There’s not a lot of excitement around here. I just need to get my thoughts together and I will post again soon.

ta ta.


Zoya “Jubilee” Holiday 2018

Zoya “Jubilee” Holiday 2018

I have some photos of the Zoya “Jubilee” collection today. I’d like to note that I am messing around with the photography portion. Lighting, editing, etc. So I apologize if it looks wonky. I will mention that the descriptions are also from the Zoya website. They can certainly do a better job at describing it than I can. I didn’t pick up Leigh or Cookie in this collection. Either I missed them or decided against it. Leigh is a very nude shade and Cookie is a purple pixie dust. I may still pick that one up. I haven’t decided. 🙂


Zoya in Maxine can best be described as a full-coverage a rich red cream with an evenly balance undertone – bright, yet still appropriate for the season





Zoya in Chiara can best be described as a full-coverage deep purple cream – a gorgeous compliment to the rich jewel tones of the season


Zoya in Allison can best be described as a full-coverage plum-toned ruby cream – a more amped up version of a traditional plum shade
Zoya in Astrid can best be described as a liquid gold foil that adds a festive touch to any holiday look- wear as an accent or alone for optimum impact
Zoya in Taryn can best be described as a fiery fuchsia micro-irredescent shimmer with blue undertones – a shade that brightens even the gloomiest of winter days
Zoya in Kateri can best be described as a full-coverage beautiful midnight brown cream – think of it as the new black!
Zoya in Carson can best be described as a full-coverage muted nude pink cream – a beautiful shade to create an understated elegance and perfect for the cold weather months
Zoya in Juniper can best be described as a sparkling teal textured PixieDust- especially unique when paired with our new Leopard Spots special effect topper
Zoya in Danica can best be described as a full-coverage rich deep teal cream – a new twist on a holiday green that gives you an edgy, yet elegant look
Sephora Rouge Event Haul!

Sephora Rouge Event Haul!

These are most of the products I bought during the latest Sephora sale. The one product not pictured is a gift for my sister, Nikki, for Christmas. I hope to post some reviews of these products soon!