3 Simple Ways to Ensure Healthy Nails

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Cracking, splitting, breaking. These three words are what most women complain about when describing their nails. I have three simple tips that will have your nails in tip-top shape, just in time for this spring’s bright manis.

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Raw Date Butter

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When I was a kid I HATED dates, and just couldn’t understand how anyone could enjoy them. My palate hadn’t grown enough to appreciate the unique carmel-like flavor or the rich, “meaty” texture. These days, I love them. They are great alone or added to sweet or savory dishes that require a touch of sweet. Dates are a great sweet treat because of their complex flavor, but also because of the benefits of a fruit high in fiber and phytonutrients which balance out the effects of sugar. Below is the recipe I perfected for date butter, which is great for baking, spreading on a sandwich or eating from the jar with a spoon. 😉

Date butter makes it easy to add the flavor of dates to your dishes and this recipe is delicious and simple.

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What to Wear: Weekend Date

You’re excited about the date you have planned for this weekend, but those butterflies you feel in your stomach aren’t all fueled by your excitement, but also worry about what to wear. Whether it’s a night on the town, or a casual daytime date, don’t fret–we’ve got you covered! This simple style guide will help you find the inspiration you need to put together pieces that will make your date swoon.

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Best Face Forward: What’s My Skin Type?

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The first step to taking proper care of your skin is knowing your skin type. Many people choose the wrong products for their skin because they don’t know the difference between their skin type and their current skin condition. Your skin type is genetically predetermined and is the same from the day you’re born until the day you die.

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