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high score!

i don’t know if you like free crap, but i sure do.

among my many addictions is collecting shoppers optimum points. i can safely say that i probably have $250 worth of points tucked away, just waiting to be unleashed.

so, in light of a generous mood i’m in right now, i’ll let you in on a little secret:

shoppers is having a 20x the points event from may 1-7 when you spend at least $75 on cosmetics or perfumes! which, as they claim, is at least $25 worth of free stuff!

so if you have $75 to blow, why not head on over to shoppers? you can pick yourself up some chloe perfume, vichy self-tanner, or a last minute mother’s day gift!

NOTE: i have no clue where this image came from, i just thought it was appropriate to go along with the theme of this post.


makeup sale?! yippee!

so i just discovered this insanely amazing website called coastal scents that sells mac quality makeup at a quarter of the price.

no, i am not being facetious.

i would advise checking out the site asap – like right meow – because in light of the looming hallmark holiday (mother’s day), coastal scents is giving you 15% off your entire order from now until may 3.

i just placed a massive order and i will definitely post about my favourites, but from what i hear, their hot pots (interchangeable eyeshadow pots that you can make custom palettes with) and gel liners are their best products. their makeup brushes are apparently great too and supa dupa cheap!

so move your little tush on over to coastal scents and make your mama proud!


i heart mondays.

you know how the saying goes…”when you grow up, you’ll become your parents…”

…or something like that.

today i experienced something worthy of making the dreaded “mamalah! you will neeeeeeever guess what happened to me today!” phone call.  this call is generally the tipping point in one’s life when you finally realize you can relate to your parent(s) on almost all levels.

thankfully i was able to compose myself and realize the consequences of my actions. i do love my mother, i really do – just not enough to become her at this point in my life.

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