Fuller House, Review, TV, TV Review

Why Fuller House Is Worth A Watch Especially By The Most Cynical Of Us All

Let’s just get it out of the way: I really like Fuller House.  I acknowledge its negative sides but embrace it for the heartwarming, old-school, things-can-be-simple, fun family show that it is. One of the recurrent questions I get when I mention the show to others is how I can bear to sit through half… Read More Why Fuller House Is Worth A Watch Especially By The Most Cynical Of Us All

Journals and Notebooks, Office Supplies, Product Review, Product Review, Review

Product Review: Slay Your Goals Planner by It’s All You Boo

As discussed previously many times over the course of the last ten years of blogging, planners are a big part of my life.  I have a wonderful personal system that works really well for me, but am always open to tweaking it.  Because I don’t want to waste paper by buying planner after planner in… Read More Product Review: Slay Your Goals Planner by It’s All You Boo

Beauty Products, Brand, Lancôme, Maybelline, Product Review, Review, Revlon, Rimmel

Mascara Round-Up: 12 Months, 4 Mascaras, 1 Mom

Part of my post-partum journey included adapting my beauty routine and developing hacks to balance out the short amount of time I wanted to dedicate to my routine versus wanting to still take care of myself.  As if they heard of my need to find the perfect mascara, the Influenster and ChickAdvisor programmes sent me… Read More Mascara Round-Up: 12 Months, 4 Mascaras, 1 Mom

Book Review, Fiction, Mystery, Review

Book Review: ‘Twofer Murder’, by Lauren Carr

About the Author Lauren Carr is the international best-selling author of the Mac Faraday, Lovers in Crime, and Thorny Rose Mysteries—over twenty titles across three fast-paced mystery series filled with twists and turns! Book reviewers and readers alike rave about how Lauren Carr’s seamlessly crosses genres to include mystery, suspense, romance, and humor. Lauren is… Read More Book Review: ‘Twofer Murder’, by Lauren Carr

Beauty Products, Product Review

Eye See You, Eye Shadow Palettes For Moms: Naked and Naked2 by Urban Decay

I’m lucky that a significant number of close friends had children before I did—so, while they think I was doing them a favour when I would visit, little do they know that they were doing me a favour by preparing me for a lot of things I otherwise wouldn’t have known about. One thing that… Read More Eye See You, Eye Shadow Palettes For Moms: Naked and Naked2 by Urban Decay

Baby, Parenting, Product Review

Parenting Product Review: Solly Wrap

I strongly believe that, as consumers, every economic decision we make leave a moral trace behind it.  As a parent, I strongly believe that every purchase made for our children influences them from the very beginning of their lives, long before they understand the concept of “shopping”. It hasn’t been easy or always possible to… Read More Parenting Product Review: Solly Wrap

Book Review, Non Fiction, Review, Self-Help

Book Review: ‘Success with Stress’, by Jae Ellard

About the Author After years in senior communication roles crafting content for executives, Jae collapsed from stress-related adrenal fatigue. This life-altering experience propelled her to research human behavior, neuroscience, mindfulness, and organizational relationship systems. In 2008, Jae founded Simple Intentions and developed the Mindful Life™ Program, which includes four group coaching workshops to generate reflection,… Read More Book Review: ‘Success with Stress’, by Jae Ellard

Ambient, Country, Electronic, Folk, Music Review, Pop, Review, Rock

Music Round-Up: K.P. Wolfe’s ‘Exodus’, Michael Van & The Movers’ ‘A Little More Country’, Thorin Loeks’ ‘Thirsty Hearts’, April Martin’s ‘In the Blink of a Life’, and Dylan Tauber’s ‘Dolphin Trance 2’

K.P. Wolfe’s ‘Exodus’ EP The main attention-grabbing element in K.P. Wolfe’s debut seven-track EP, Exodus, is her voice.  Her vocal range is wide and embodies a lot of attitude, firmly setting the tone throughout the entire set of attention-grabbing and catchy tracks.  While they do at times sound familiar, Wolfe’s special attention to writing thoughtful… Read More Music Round-Up: K.P. Wolfe’s ‘Exodus’, Michael Van & The Movers’ ‘A Little More Country’, Thorin Loeks’ ‘Thirsty Hearts’, April Martin’s ‘In the Blink of a Life’, and Dylan Tauber’s ‘Dolphin Trance 2’

Books

iRead Book Tours: A Happy Third Anniversary! { Includes Giveaway! }

I never imagined, when I first started blogging back in 2008, that I would meet so many amazing people.  Fellow bloggers provided me with inspiration through their own blogs as well as tips, help, and just plain support.  Readers started trickling in during the first months Sahar’s Blog was born, and as their confidence in… Read More iRead Book Tours: A Happy Third Anniversary! { Includes Giveaway! }

Americana, Music Review, Pop, Review, Rock

Music Round-Up: Danophone’s ‘Rerun’, Dino Jag’s ‘Breakthrough’, Joan Torres’ All Is Fused’s ‘Of The Musical’, Gert Taberner’s ‘Fallen’, and Coral Creek’s Self-Titled Album

Danophone’s ‘Rerun’ When a science journalist takes on a musical project, one doesn’t quite know what to expect.  Will said science journalist apply the same approach to his music as he does his work, or will he go in a completely new direction?  Danish Carsten Nielsen seems to have chosen the latter approach, exploring through… Read More Music Round-Up: Danophone’s ‘Rerun’, Dino Jag’s ‘Breakthrough’, Joan Torres’ All Is Fused’s ‘Of The Musical’, Gert Taberner’s ‘Fallen’, and Coral Creek’s Self-Titled Album