I have numerous resources for fantastic fashion online…pinterest, celebrity gossip sites, fashion blogs, and my Instagram feed to name a few. Undoubtably, I see something truly fabulous and think “I can make that.” So I do. I have a few tips and tricks for ID’ing the details of that garment to ensure you have a perfect match that’s undetectably DIY to the naked eye.
I don’t know about you, but I love free stuff. And, thanks to the internet, hundreds of products are available at our fingertips. To help sell those products, companies give away free samples all.the.time. From shampoo to coffee, and lotions to cereal, free samples are out there for the taking. You just have to know where to find them.
Of course, Proactive has been around for years. I’ve thought about ordering it on and off in my life but never did. Then one day, I was watching E! News and Julianne Hough was on to talk about her Kind Campaign charity. She casually (not sales-y) mentioned that Proactive was a sponsor to which the interviewers (Kat and Guilianna I believe) comment that she was a spokes woman for them. Then, almost in unison, they both exclaimed that her skin was flawless even in person.
I don’t know what it was about that interview, but shortly there after I was online making my first Proactive purchase.
With that purchase came a free downloadable e-book. It seemed like a throw-away freebie to me. Just something else to throw in to the package to beef it up but something that would have much merit.
The internet is truly an amazing place. It’s a magical place where you can buy anything you want, watch anything you want, learn anything you want and hidden in there somewhere is this special place where great apps are born and somehow the internet is able to offer them for free.
A few years ago I found one of these such hidden gems. I’ve used it every year since and never spent a penny.
It’s just two days after Cyber Monday and I still find myself poking around online looking for deals and steals. If you are like me and love shopping online, then you are going to flip for this great little app I’ve found. It’s called MyPackage (not the best name, I know) and it’s totally free.