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If you’ve been reading this blog for a long time, you know that I am no stranger to taking hold of my health and advocating for readers to do the same. I’ve always felt that being equipped with your health information is not only a benefit, but a necessity. From experiencing massive burnout to getting real about anxiety, I strive to be proactive and understand what my body is telling me. When presented with the opportunity to know even more about my health, you know I am ready to dive into the data.
This post has been sponsored by Neutrogena®. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
“I thought acne ended after puberty,” my boyfriend once said as he looked at me, as I stressed out over a breakout in the mirror. Growing up, I always thought acne was a teenage phase we get through by 18, but clinical studies show that 54 percent of adult women have occasional acne, too. To be honest, I’ve struggled with hormonal breakouts and stress acne my entire life. Thankfully, I’ve grown in confidence since puberty and have learned to love my skin in adulthood—even with its occasional breakout and redness. My skincare arsenal is always growing. I’m happy I found soothing products to help me fight off breakouts like the new Neutrogena® Soothing Clear line at Walmart.
March is one of my favorite months of the year because we can reflect on the power of women in history, and our commitment to lifting up each other today and always. In honor of International Women’s Day, I’ve teamed up with Dessert Gallery to design a cookie to empower girls and contribute to the conversation to end violence against women. The best part? This Girl Power cookie will donate 25% of all proceeds to Houston Area Women’s Center.
How are you using the new year to become a better you? Most people start off with the intention to live well which is why gym memberships soar and meal plan subscriptions get a significant uptick. Once January passes, it might be easy to feel a wellness lull as February progresses. Bodypeace, an app created by Lizzie DeLacy, makes staying on track and focusing on your health not only manageable but inspiring.
Read on to hear about Lizzie’s inspiring launch, wellness tips, and business advice!
Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE a cold-shoulder top but lately I’ve felt like some of the selections out there feel uninspiring. “Been there, done that,” is never a good sentiment for your wardrobe. I found this Chicwish top and totally fell in love with the unique shoulder draping and elevated style.