1. The Sephora videos with Pro Artist David Razzano
He’s so easy to follow and great at explaining the “why” behind everything. I also wish I could hang with him!
2. Bolthouse Farms Cucumber Ranch Salad Dressing
SO. FREAKING. GOOD.
I obliterated a bag of baby carrots while dipping them into this dressing, which is only 18 calories per tablespoon.
It’s at Target in the ‘fridge section next to the salad stuff, if you’re so inclined.
I encourage you to go for it.
3. Lebert Equalizer Bars
These sound like a health food, don’t they? LOL! They’re exercise bars. We just started using them in HIIT class, and they’re killer and convenient for triceps dips and core exercises using your own body weight.
Just to be clear, I look NOTHING like this 👆 when I’m using these bars, LOL! Half the time I’m about two seconds from falling, but I still want a pair to keep at home so I can practice. Of course I’d order the hot pink!
4. Morning Has Broken
Heard this in the latest episode of The Handmaid’s Tale, and it’s been it stuck in my head all week. Totally takes me back to singing in church choir when I was young.
5. Cobra Kai
I lost count of how many times my brother and I watched The Karate Kid. We had it on tape (yes, tape), and one summer we watched it every single day.
After all these years, somebody made a sequel! It’s a fun nostalgic ride available on YouTube called Cobra Kai, and there are 10 episodes in the first season (the first two episodes are free, but then you have to subscribe to something called YouTube Red to see the rest). It picks up 30 years after the first movie…
It stars two of the original main characters — Ralph Macchio, who has apparently found the Fountain of Youth because homeboy is not aging, and William Zabka, who plays his rival — and damn if they aren’t perfect.
It’s a surprisingly great show with compelling characters and lots of twists and turns. If you liked the O.G. movies, you’ll love it.
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,