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August Favorites

There’s something so beautiful and seductive about August. Everything seems to slow down and we can enjoy the long, lazy days of summer. Sweet peas bloom beautifully throughout the summer but they’re at their most gorgeous in August. 262 more words

Recipes

June Hits + Misses!

I decided to do something a little different than my normal favorites post this month. I liked a few things this month but I also tried a couple products that I was not a big fan of! 828 more words

Beauty

Origins A Perfect World. Age-Defense Treatment Lotion

Background: I used to be apprehensive about the second step of the traditional skin care regimen.  Due to the fact, I have used awful toners before sold by amazing sales associates on commission. 594 more words

Updated Skincare Routine

I’ve really been focused on minimizing my skincare routine recently because my skin has been doing really good and I only have the occasional breakout. I’ve been really happy with my skin and am really glad it has gotten so much better. 205 more words

Beauty.

Origins: Birth of the pH Meter

Arnold O. Beckman was a Caltech alumnus (PhD ‘28), former faculty member, and trustee. He was also the founder of Beckman Instruments (now Beckman Coulter), a company that began with Beckman’s invention of the pH meter, now one of the most widely used pieces of laboratory equipment in the world. 69 more words

Caltech

What's in a name?

“What’s in a name?” asked Juliet in Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet.  She had just learned that her lover’s surname belonged to a family that was her parents’ enemy.  1,187 more words

Italians