I don’t know about you, but my smart phone helps me get a lot done during the day. Half the writing and editing for this site takes place on my phone during lunch breaks or on my commute. What can I say, I don’t like wasting time! These are my favorite productivity apps that help keep me on top of all my projects and completely sane. Bonus: they’re all free and available for Android devices (which, in my opinion, doesn’t get nearly enough love in the cool app department). iOS users, most of them do have a version for you or something very, very similar.
You know what the best thing that happened to me this week was? I got Moving Comfort’s Juno Sports Bra in the mail. And it fit. I’ve worn it on one run thus far and wow wow wow this is a great bra. Putting it on is like trying to put on a straight jacket but NO BOUNCE. None. Nada. It’s incredible. This is truly a feat of modern engineering.
Let me introduce you to my secret weapon when it comes to keeping my hair moisturized. Meet SheaMoisture Manuka Honey & Mafura Oil Intensive Hydration Hair Masque. This is the Serena Williams of deep conditioners. No deep conditioner has left me with my jaw on the floor after using like this one. Seriously, if I wasn’t doing this try–every–Sheamoisture-deep–conditioner-ever thing I would stop purchasing them right now because this is IT.
Nykhor Paul is a South Sudanese fashion model best known for calling the fashion industry out for racism in an instagram post that went viral last month. In addition to modeling, she’s the founder of the foundation We Are Nilotic, which aims to promote peace and unity among the 64 tribes of South Sudan.
I’m really into layering skin care products. Very into it. But I’m most into layering masks for a DIY facial to unwind on Friday nights. Because what’s better than putting on your favorite lounge wear, curling up with a good book, a cup of extremely hot mint tea, and an facial?