Thursday, December 22, 2011

{ yippee...I am featured }

I have super, super, super exciting news today!
I am now featured on Kari’s blog at Alas 3 Lads.
If you are not familiar with Kari’s blog you will soon be hooked.
She is a Kentuckian and everyone loves those colossal friendly people from KY.
I love her blog.
I enjoy stopping in on her blog on Tuesday’s
and checking out Movie Trailer Tuesday”
which includes great movie trailer to watch each week.
We are all super busy this time of the year during the Holidays.
I enjoyed making cut out sugar cookies with my girls.


Oh, no!
After we completed our Gingerbread House there was a earth quake.

I always fit in a little me time
and my latest obsession is homemade body scrubs.
My skin feels so super soft after I treat my entire body
with a homemade scrub in the shower.
Here is a recipe that I enjoy.
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Chocolate Honey Scrub Recipe
Ingredients:
3 Tbs. cocoa powder
1 cups honey
1 cups sugar 
1/4 cup olive oil
Directions:
Combine honey and oil in bowl. Stir in chocolate and sugar mixing completely. Consistency should be grainy and thick. Apply scrub to skin in a circular motion and gently massage all over the body. Remove with warm water in the shower. Use this treatment once a week.
Benefits:
Increases circulation and aids in ridding body of toxins. Honey provides a moisturizing effect as well as fighting damaging free radicals. Cocoa powder has a super high mineral content. Minerals such as copper, iron, manganese, magnesium and zinc for the promotion of cell growth, the repair of tissue and the absorption of nutrients. 
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I have posted additional skin recipes
made with common household kitchen staples on Kari’s blog.
Find more fun and easy skincare recipes here: Alas 3 Lads.
Happy Holidays!
Smiles, Paula
Ho Ho Ho!

9 comments:

  1. Thanks again for guest posting, Paula! The sugar cookies and gingerbread house turned out cute. I can't believe it but I have never, ever made a gingerbread house.

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  2. You have gorgeous girls! What fun activities! Hope you had homeowner's insurance on the gingerbread house. Vicky from Mess For Less

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  3. The Chocolate Honey Scrub Recipe looks wonderful. I must try this thank you.

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  4. Thank you for sharing the body scrub recipe! I do have everything at home and so I'll try it tomorrow.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family, Paula!

    Christmas hugs and warmest wishes,
    Julia

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  5. I almost forgot: Congratulations on being featured on Kari's blog!

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  6. The girls are just adorable! Hope you had the merriest of Christmases:)

    ~Cindy

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  7. Congratulations for being featured on Kari's blog.
    That is so exciting. I miss the days when my son was little and would bake cookies for Christmas. It was so much fun.
    Hugs
    donna

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  8. I live in Kentucky!
    I'll have to go meet her.
    I hope you had insurance on that house!

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  9. Loved making cookies with my son when he was little, now he is quite an accomplished baker :) Makes mom proud!! (He can make a pie better than a lot of people)
    Can't wait to try your body scrub - yum!
    Ruth

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