I love shopping at Bath and Body Works. They have an awesome selection of hand soaps, body lotions, body creams, hand lotions, aromatherapy products, candles, wall plug-ins and scents, car scents, room mist sprays, hand sanitizer, shower gel, bubble bath and so much more. I can get things for myself here, but it’s also an awesome place to get things for others. I pick up gifts here all of the time for birthdays, thank-you’s, and housewarming gifts.
Bath and Body Works gives plenty of opportunity to save money and stick within your budget. Right now they are offering a free gift with a purchase. The gift is this two-pack set called “Orchard Outing”. If you’re shopping online, enter the coupon code APPLEORCHARD into the check-out and it will be applied to your cart. With this code, you won’t just get the free gift but will also get your entire order shipped for just $1 if it’s over $25.
I’ve been to my fair share of day spas. I know that there are a ton of amazing benefits to massage therapy: improved circulation, decreased stress and anxiety, improved blood pressure, decreased pain and muscle tension, greater quality of sleep, decreased fatigue, improved energy, and improved concentration.
I love getting massages and love that there are different types of massage techniques that work on different areas of the body.
One of my favorite places to go for massages in Huntington Beach is CloudMover. Whether you’re from the area, or just coming through on vacation, it’s definitely worth checking out. You feel right at home as soon as you walk through the front door–I love it!
Fall is my favorite season of the entire year. There isn’t a lot that I dislike about fall, and I get so antsy for it to arrive every year! Every year about this time, I start looking for fall recipes that I can make in the Crock-Pot and elsewhere (I don’t know why but Crock-Pot to me just screams “fall”).
I found this recipe on Pinterest for Pumpkin Cream Cheese which would go PERFECTLY on a cinnamon bagal in the morning with a cup of hot almond flavored coffee.
You can find the original recipe for this yummy fall treat right here. It seems super easy to make and is going to taste great!
So I couldn’t help but notice that each time I went in my Facebook messages on my phone, a pop-up came up to ask me to download the Facebook Messenger App. For awhile it was an option, but it’s going to be mandatory soon for anybody that wants to access Facebook messages from a smartphone.
However, the app may take over more of your phone than you want it to! Facebook gets permission to make calls, record audio, take pictures and access private information.
Allows the app to change the state of network connectivity – The app can turn your phone connections on and off without telling you.
Allows the app to call phone numbers without your intervention. This may result in unexpected charges or calls. Malicious apps may cost you money by making calls without your confirmation – The app can call phone numbers within your call log without your permission. If you have paid minutes, this will count against them.
Allows the app to send SMS messages. This may result in unexpected charges. Malicious apps may cost you money by sending messages without your confirmation – The app can message anyone it likes without asking your permission and cost you money if you don’t have a texting plan.
Allows the app to record audio with microphone – This permission allows the app to record audio at any time without your confirmation
Allows the app to take pictures and videos with the camera – This permission allows the app to use the camera at any time without your confirmation.
Allows the app to read you phone’s call log, including data about incoming and outgoing calls. This permission allows apps to save your call log data, and malicious apps may share call log data without your knowledge.
Allows the app to read data about your contacts stored on your phone, including the frequency with which you’ve called, emailed, or communicated in other ways with specific individuals
Allows the app to read personal profile information stored on your device, such as your name and contact information. This means the app can identify you and may send your profile information to others.
Allows the app to access the phone features of the device – This permission allows the app to determine the phone number and device IDs, whether a call is active, and the remote number connected by a call.
Allows the app to get a list of accounts known by the phone – This may include any accounts created by applications you have installed, such as Instagram, Vine, Twitter and more.
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I try to save money whenever possible. My two main New Year’s Resolutions were you lose a little bit of weight and manage my money better. I know what you’re thinking… we’re already 5 days into the month of August and I’m talking about resolutions that I made 8 months ago!
Anyway, I’ve turned to several apps and websites to help me out with my goal. After all, it’s the 21st Century so I might as well start using the technology to it’s fullest (even though I’m far away from that yet).
I heard about the website Mint a person at my bank. It’s a great way to track my spending and saving and I can directly link it to my bank account and the website pulls over information and trends to budget with. This is a really helpful, and free to sign up for so I recommend it!
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