Decluttering Your Mental State: An Interview with Ingrid Bacci, PHD CST

There’s so much talk about tidying up your closet, bedroom, and kitchen counter.  But how can we clean up our busy minds? Ingrid Bacci is a PHD CST who once struggled with high levels of stress and major physical pain that doctors said was incurable.  After her challenging journey to self-wellness, she has dedicated herself to learning,…

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Art & Optimism: An Interview with Evan Mooney

Evan Mooney describes herself as a Mother, Artist and Optimist, which you can certainly see it in her work. Each piece is bright, sunny and chic – she finds much inspiration in color, textures and contrasts, and from her family.  Q: Evan thank you for telling us about your artistic style! Can we ask how…

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Travel Light, Summer Style

I love a good packing challenge.  For our most recent trip, I was able to fit all of our belongings for ONE WEEK in ONE carry-on – for a family of four! (That’s two adults, two kids, and 1-2 pairs of shoes apiece plus snacks). Disclaimer: we’ll take a backpack for things we might need en-route, too. I…

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The Good Stuff: Good Ingredients, Good Formulas

The Good Stuff: Good Ingredients, Good Formulas. Find out what makes Care Skincare so healthy and so effective.

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What Mom Life Means For Skin

What Mom Life Means For Skin: Moms do it all, and their skincare should too.

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Care 101: My Clean Beauty Intro

I started working in the beauty industry in my 20’s, and without a doubt the highlight of the job was receiving, testing and trying a plethora of products. Back in the day, I had about four bulging cases full, from eyeshadow palettes to sonic brushes to creams and serums-of-the-moment (and believe me, I did my best to…

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