L'Oreal Hair Expertise Fibralogy Hair Care Line ~ Review

I have always had time flat hair. I just wasn't graced with that beautiful thick hair my father had. I have always tried everything on the market to thicken my hair or give it some volume. I have found a few that do as they say but a lot of them didn't work for my hair. I recently had the opportunity to check out L'Oreal's new hair expertise Fibralogy hair care line and I was excited to give it a try.

This is a 3 step system that really is quick and easy to use in the shower and can be used daily. Learn more about the shampoo & conditioner & booster below!

A new science for hair fibre is born.  L’Oreal Paris Fibralogy haircare thickens hair wash after wash, and expands the diameter of the hair fibre for voluptuous-looking hair! Our breakthrough thickening haircare contains filloxane, an innovative molecule that penetrates the fibre and helps increase its diameter from within. Hair is thicker and feels fuller.
First Shampoo, rinse and add the booster, a little goes a long ways. You then leave in the booster and condition as normal. Rinse both the booster and conditioner off and you are ready to go for the day. I really like this system but the downside I find with the booster is that my daughter thinks it looks fun to play with. She said it looks like lipstick and of course played with it one day. The lid came loose and most of it ran out.


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~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

Going Against the Grain ~ Book Review

Book Description:

This two-part book is a vital adjunct to any home attempting to be gluten-free. The first part guides you through early diagnosis and is an essential guide for any beginner diagnosed with celiac disease or some form of gluten sensitivity. You will learn how to identify symptoms of the disease, how celiac disease is diagnosed, and the consequences if left untreated. It will help you to understand how to read labels and how to manage your gluten-free home in a shared environment. It outlines practical advice for parents of children with celiac disease as well as tips for eating out and dealing with social settings such as special occasions or when traveling. Honorary foreword provided by renowned Dr. Peter HR Green, MD - Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University. 

Growing up authentically Sicilian, Nuccia Ardagna thought that getting rid of gluten meant giving up her favorite traditional foods, but that could not be further from the truth! Nuccia combines her passion for eating amazingly Italian with her new dietary needs to bring you scrumptious, traditional Italian (and Sicilian) recipes. From simple, classic appetizers to decadent desserts you thought you could never enjoy, every recipe is easy-to-follow and offers beautiful full-color pictures throughout. You can feel confident about entertaining guests and family with these mouth-watering recipes. You can eat healthier, feel better, and truly enjoy living gluten-free while never having to sacrifice great taste! In this book, Nuccia not only shares her personal story with celiac disease but also the recipes she grew up with at home and uses to entertain guests. Look for the bonus section at the end of the book along with a section dedicated to her favorite links and resources. 

We hope you enjoy the book and find it helpful in your journey.
 

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About the Author:

Nuccia Ardagna loves to travel to the place of her roots: SICILIA! Being Sicilian, she grew up with mamma, nonna and all her zie learning all the tricks of the trade and creating DELICIOUS Italian food from scratch. When diagnosed with celiac disease she was forced to learn new habits and, now, after trial and error and experimenting, wants to share her exquisite culinary creations with you.

She IS a true Italian to the core. 


Connect with Nuccia: Website  ~  Twitter  ~  Facebook

Review: 

I am not gluten free but I love to read about health and wellness. More and more people are going gluten free either because they have an intolerance or celiac disease or are like myself and just trying to feel better and eat healthier. This is a great resource book on gluten, what it is, how to read labels and become gluten free. You don't need to stop enjoying food or going out with friends and family you just need to educate yourself and others. This will book will help for sure! I also love how easy and tasty these recipes are. I can't wait to try a the soups in the fall. My kids love veggie and I am enjoying finding different ways to make traditional dishes healthier.

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~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above book for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

Hoo-rag Headband ~ Review

Hoo-rag are these crazy fun tubes of material that you can wear a in multitude of ways. My favorite uses for Hoo-rags are as a headband for my workouts. They are great! They stay put and keep the sweat from dipping down my face! If you do any type of intense workout like Insanity Max 30 or cardio like Turbo Fire you will know what I am talking about! I have tried other headbands and most of the smaller ones or elastic ones want to pop off my head the minute I start really getting into my workout. 


 

Hoo-rag offers a wide variety of patterns, colors and fun prints. Everything from camo, fish/hunting, flowers, flames and skulls! Available in Womens, Mens and dog bandanas
Not a fan of the big thick bandanas? There are even half Hoos available that are half the size. I really enjoy the Hoo-rag but I think for everyday wear I would like the half hoo. I find I have a small head and like a thinner headband so the half hoo would be easier to fit my head. They are a lot of fun to put your hair back and go. I have found them really useful in the mornings when running out the door with the kids to the bus or taking the dog out for a walk. No need to fix my hair just cover and go. 

Hoo-rags are made of 100 percent polyester microfiber that wicks away moisture and protects you from the suns harmful rays! Rated to 30 UPF. This is great as I don't like to wear hats in the summer but this summer I can throw on a Hoo-rag instead. I find they keep you cool when you are heated and I look forward to giving them a try in the fall around my neck to keep the cold breeze off. 

With 10+ ways to rock a Hoo-rag they are great for everyone! Check out this video to learn how to wear a Hoo-rag.



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~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above products in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

Stars On Ice 25th Anniversary & Jergens Giveaway!

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This year marks the 25th Anniversary of Stars on Ice! Can you imagine 25 years already. It doesn't feel that long ago when I saw the very first Stars on Ice with Scott Hamilton and Kurt Browning. Wow, does the time ever fly by! I was super excited to get an email asking if I would like to attend this event with my family on behalf of Jergens. I couldn't pass up the opportunity! My son and I went a couple years ago and he loved it and the minute he heard we were going this year he took a walk down memory lane. 


Jeffrey Buttle gets the energy going in this house with his performance to Uptown Funk. Everyone was bopping along to the music. Shawn Sawyer as always puts on such an amazing performance and of course does his back flip! Kurt Browning is still killing it on the ice! I remember watching him perform when I was little and even being at competetions that he was at. He still has it, captivating and just fabulous, even his backflip!  They have an amazing cast that to watch this year that it is so hard to pick a favorite part.

If you get a chance to head out to Stars on Ice it surely is a must see for the whole family! 
Giveaway time! Our friends at Jergens Canada would love to give one lucky Genuine Jenn reader an AWESOME Jergens filled gift basket! Here is what is included!

  • Jergens Shea Butter Lotion 620mL
  • Jergens Shea Oil 150mL
  • Jergens Soothing Aloe 365mL
  • Jergens Ultra Care 100mL
  • Jergens Ultra Care Fragrance Free 100mL
  • Jergens Natural Glow Daily Moisturizer (Fair-Medium) 150mL
  • Jergens Natural Glow 3 Days to Glow (Medium-Tan) 120mL
  • Jergens Natural Glow Colour Primer 165mL
  • Jergens Natural Glow Tan Extender 220mL
  • Jergens BB Body Medium-Deep 220mL
  • Jergens Fine Liquid Hand Wash White Tea 287mL

  • This giveaway is open to Canadian residents and will end on May 26th, 11:59pm EST. Thanks and Good Luck! 
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    ~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received tickets to attend this event and a Jergens gift basket. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

    Grow All You Can Eat In 3 Square Feet ~ DK Canada Book Review ~ Mother's Day Gift Idea

    With the beautiful weather we have been getting the last couple weeks I have been busy out in the yard. I have trimmed up the vines that enclose the patio, trimmed the trees and cleaned the flower bed. I am also in the midst of cleaning out the kids HUGE sandbox to turn it into a vegetable garden. It is a hand made box that is 4 feet by 4 feet. It will be great!

    Does your Mother have a green thumb? Do you enjoy to garden? Maybe you are just starting out like myself (I have done a lil garden but nothing big as of yet). Here is a fabulous book that everyone should get if you are thinking of gardening but only have a small space. You can grow tons of things in 3 square feet with this book.

    Book Summary:

    Want to grow your own vegetables and food, but don't have enough space for a garden? Don't let lack of space get in the way of growing healthy, organic foods at home. Apartment dwellers, schoolteachers, and anyone else who wants to grow a lot of food in a little space will find a great small garden resource in Grow All You Can Eat in 3 Square Feet.

    Small-space gardeners, find your start in Grow All You Can Eat in 3 Square Feet, packed with information on window boxes, potted plants, patio gardening, raised beds, small square-foot gardening, container gardening, and everything else related to growing your own small garden. Whether you want to grow a full garden, grow tomatoes, grow an herb garden, or just pick up great tips for small gardens, Grow All You Can Eat in 3 Square Feet is the resource you need.

    Review:

    This is a great book for anyone looking to garden in small spaces or even for the beginner gardener like myself. It breaks down so much I didn't know or even thought of. Some of the things I have learned are when to plant certain veggies, flowers, fruits, how far apart to plant them, if they need a small pot or big, how to make a homemade trellis, which grows best in shady or sunny spots, which to grow for what season. This book is a huge resource for any gardener. Learn about planting an herb garden and also a huge section on Plant know-how which includes common pests and disease. I have learned so much with this book and I am so excited to have my own garden this summer! I highly recommend this book to everyone! The book is laid out nicely that it isn't crowed or too busy with beautiful pictures of plants etc.

    I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars!


    ~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above book for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

    Quick & Easy Muffin in a Mug ~ Recipe

    Here is a super great way to enjoy a clean healthy muffin within minutes. It is great for a quick breakfast or even an after school snack. 

    Ingredients:

    1/4 cup oats - I use large cooking oats
    a splash of unsweetened almond or almond/coconut milk
    1 large egg
    a splash of extract - I like to use maple, vanilla or caramel
    a dash of cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice 
    a handful of berries if you like can be mixed into the muffin or just placed on the side
    a couple tsp of flaxseed meal can also be added
     
    Directions: 

    Spray a large mug with coconut oil or other cooking spray. Add oats, almond milk, egg, extract, spice and mix well. Cook on high in microwave for 2 minutes. Let cool and enjoy! 


    ~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

    Dead of Winter by Brian Moreland ~ Book Review

    Book Synopsis:

    A predator stalks the frozen woods. At a fort deep in the Ontario wilderness in 1878, a ghastly predator is attacking colonists and spreading a gruesome plague—his victims turn into ravenous cannibals with an unending hunger for human flesh. Inspector Tom Hatcher has faced a madman before, when he tracked down Montreal’s infamous Cannery Cannibal. But can even he stop the slaughter this time?

    In Montreal, exorcist Father Xavier visits an asylum where the Cannery Cannibal is imprisoned. But the killer who murdered thirteen women is more than just a madman who craves human meat. He is possessed by a shape-shifting demon. Inspector Hatcher and Father Xavier must unravel a mystery that has spanned centuries and confront a predator that has turned the frozen woods into a killing ground where evil has come to feed.

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    About the Author:

    Based in Dallas, Texas, Brian Moreland is the author of supernatural horror novels and short stories. Check out his DEAD OF WINTER, SHADOWS IN THE MIST, THE GIRL FROM THE BLOOD COVEN and THE WITCHING HOUSE, THE DEVIL'S WOODS and THE VAGRANTS.

    “Dead of Winter by Brian Moreland is an exceptionally well crafted horror novel that tells a gripping story of dark religious doings, a horrific serial killer, and a sympathetic Inspector, in a dark and fascinating historical setting of 19th century Canada. The atmospherics are outstanding and the story offers plenty of surprises right up to its shocking and violent conclusion. Highly recommended.”

    -- Douglas Preston, co-author of The Monster of Florence and Cold Vengeance.


    Connect: Website | Twitter | Goodreads |

    Review:

    Normally I don't read a lot of historical novels but this one sounded really good and it lived up to what I thought it would be. Based in Ontario Canada back in the early 19th century this story tells a tale of the natives during the fur trade with the Hudson Bay Company. It was a very twisted tale of the demon taking over a guy by turning him into a cannibal. The twists and turns will have you wondering what will happen next and at times make your stomach turn with disgust. There were tons of characters in this novel and I found the author did a great job on the character development and making each character stand out enough that you could remember each. It is an exorcism type of story with a spirit that the natives fear each winter from the forest. The story moves along a steady pace with lots of twists and turns to keep you hooked on it. I really enjoyed this novel and look forward to reading more by Brian Moreland.

    I give this book a 4.5 out of 5 stars! 


    ~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

    May the fourth be with you! LEGO Star Wars The Dark Side ~ DK Book Review

    For all you Star War fans out there May the Fourth by with You today and always! Check out some great LEGO Star Wars books by DK Canada!

    My son doesn't play with much for toys but he loves his LEGO and loves Star Wars. He has many of the LEGO Star Wars kits and loves to read anything to do with both of these. Check out the Star Wars DK Boutique for a number of great Star Wars books including LEGO Star Wars The Dark Side. This is the one that my son picked out from all of them as he said he doesn't have many of the "bad" guys and wanted to learn more about the dark side.

    Click the image below to check out the books by DK Canada. Also download some fun printable activity sheets for the kids!
    LEGO Star Wars The DARK SIDE

    Journey to the dark side of a galaxy far, far away and meet the LEGO® Star Wars minifigure members of the ruthless Imperial Army in LEGO Star Wars: The Dark Side!
    Witness Darth Vader battling Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker, meet the Sith and all of Darth Vader''s minifigure subjects, and explore the Death Star and all of the Sith starships. Turn the pages to find facts and information about your favorite LEGO Star Wars minifigures and vehicles from the dark side in action-packed situations and discover everything there is to know about the legendary Darth Vader.

    With new and exciting photography and an evil exclusive minifigure, LEGO Star Wars: The Dark Side will have you questioning on which side your allegiances lie.

    Review:

    My son loves to read about LEGO and Stars Wars and just loves this book as it gives him more information about the Dark Side and Darth Vadar. He also loves that it comes with a minifigure. I have found my son curled up with this book many times since he got it. A great book for the LEGO Star Wars fans in your family.

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    ~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above book for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

    Book Review: Prophase by M.Street




    Become swept away into a world of light just beyond our perception. 

    Piper Walker, a high school senior, has seen her share of hard times. At a young age, she lost her mother to breast cancer shortly after her brother Charlie was born. Raising her baby brother under the wrathful eye of an abusive and alcoholic father, she relies heavily on her small, but tight core of friends. Lisa, her best friend from kindergarten, and Chris, her longtime boyfriend, help to keep her above water. Along with her friends, Piper’s elderly neighbor, Ester, and her lynx point Siamese cat, Jazz, become the extended family she never had. Even before her mom died, Piper always felt different. She was opposite of her popular best buddy Lisa, and didn’t enjoy doing what most other teenage girls liked to do. She wasn’t much for fixing up and thought hanging out was boring. Music and nature were her muses. Piper grew up next to a forest with countless paths, one of which led to the high school; the others to myriad of seasonal wonders. Piper spent countless hours in the woods exploring and finding solace in the trees, wild flowers, and every kind of animal. Although somewhat shy and insecure of her voice, Piper was lead vocals and a passionate bass player for a garage band called ‘The Coat Tails’ that consisted of Lisa, Chris, and their close friend Josh. Having never sounded better, they were sure to win the senior talent show. After a Spring Fling dance, a near-death experience prematurely rebirths Piper to her destiny, for not even she knows who she really is. Her identity has remained buried deep for her protection. She awakens to a dimension where light laden with emotions emits from everything around her. Overnight, Piper and her world are transformed into something radically different. What she thought was real was only the beginning, a thin veneer to actual reality. Universal truths are turned upside down. She wakes to a magical world with an ancient history and kingdoms of races. Life becomes way more beautiful, complex, and breathtaking than she ever imagined. A menagerie of supernatural and metallic gleaming mythical characters come to assist Piper to take her first steps in her new world and keep her safe. The realm of brilliant auras, feelings, and endless color surround her creating a language she doesn’t understand. She begins a long journey to discovering and mastering her powers and senses that defy fantasy. Riding gravity waves, casting spells, and leaping to exotic locations become her new curriculum. However, amongst the Eden lies a fatal danger. For centuries, a tyrannical rule has suppressed and strangled the enchanted world she is now part of. A most brilliant Guardian, named Eli, and his council, the Arbitri, have become the only voice. Evolution has stopped. Only Piper has the power to bring about change. Amongst the unspeakable beauty, unknown danger, and the desire to find out who she really is, Piper stumbles upon an unexplainable, first-time love that becomes the only thing that she can cling to in her stormy and unexpected life. From the first time his voice dances on her ear drums, she is taken by something wonderfully unreal. Piper now must juggle her two worlds – and disguise her increasing abilities and morphing appearance while attempting to be the slightly nerdy teenager everyone knows. This story captivates the imagination with the beauty of nature and the celebration of love, life, and light – and the power of one girl.








    About the author:

    Mitchel Street is an avid storyteller with an innate passion for fiction writing. He was raised in rural Wisconsin near the shores of Lake Michigan across from a small forest that became his second home. As an adult, M. Street has lived on the East Coast in Boston, on the West Coast in San Jose, and now resides South, in the great city of Austin, TX. A love for nature, art, spirituality, and science has been his foundation. He has been fortunate to have been adopted by cats, dogs, birds, frogs, turtles, and Monarch butterflies. His professional background is rooted in Engineering having earned a graduate degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is technically published (under a different name). He is currently creating Metaphase and Anaphase, the follow-on to Prophase, part of the Mitosis series.

    You can follow Mitchel on his website, and/or facebook.

    You may purchase Prophase through smashwordsamazon, or google play.



    My Review:

    This was a wonderful read!
    I really enjoyed the world Mitchel created. It was a little slow in the beginning, but it was necessary for Piper's character development. It was difficult to put down once Piper has her near death experience, all the pieces of her past feelings begin to match, and answers are seeked out. Mitchel wrote a flawless read, I look forward to reading more from him!




    ~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Cheryl. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

    Normal by Graeme Cameron ~ Book Review

    Book Synopsis:

    This is a love story. No, really.

    He lives in your community, in a nice house with a well-tended garden. He shops in your grocery store, bumping shoulders with you as you pass him and apologizing with a smile. He drives beside you on the highway, politely waving to let you into the lane ahead of him.

    What you don't know is that he has an elaborate cage built into a secret basement under his garage. And the food that he's carefully shopping for is to feed a young woman he's holding there against her will--one in a string of many, unaware of the fate that awaits her.

    This is how it's been for a long time. It's normal...and it works. Perfectly.

    Then he meets the checkout girl from the 24-hour grocery. And now the plan, the hunts, the room...the others. He doesn't need any of them anymore. He needs only her. One small problem--he still has someone trapped in his garage.

    Discovering his humanity couldn't have come at a worse time.


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    About the Author:


    Graeme Cameron is the author of almost three short stories, two country songs and literally dozens of angry emails, including such classics as This Doesn't Taste Like Chicken, The Car You Sold Me Is On Fire, and the hilarious and moving Re: Restraining Order (I'm in your house LOL).

    Graeme lives in Norfolk and has never worked as a police detective, ER doctor, crime reporter or forensic anthropologist.

    Connect: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads |

    Review:

    This book jumps right into the story with a murder first thing. You don't even get the main characters first name at any point in the book which puts more suspense in the whole thing. This is definitely a suspense/psychological thriller! The main character is just your average everyday person shopping at the supermarket or traveling the subway except he likes to kidnap girls, cage them up and then play chase before killing them. Erica is a bit different. I don't think he wants to kill her, I honestly think he wants the company. Erica is also a strange character. They are both have very odd behaviours and almost match each other in the mental issues. The main character wants to be loved and have love. We don't find out too much back history of him but we learn a bit about his father and how he got started in killing which he thinks is normal. Or at least it is to him.

    The author does a great job grabbing the readers attention from the first page and holding us on every word. I found myself wondering what will happen next, the cops are right on his heels, will he get caught or will it work out for him in the end. Such a great story. I can't wait to read more from Graeme Cameron.

    I give this book a 4.5 out 5 stars!


    ~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above book for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

    Tori Amos' First Two Albums Remastered

    Yesterday, April 14th, Rhino Records released remastered versions of Tori Amos' first two albums ~ Little Earthquakes (1992) and Under The Pink (1994).  Each are available to be purchased as 2xCD sets with bonus discs including B-side, rarities and live tracks, and also on vinyl (for the first time ever in the U.S.)

    Originally released in 1992 and 1994 respectively, the songs of Little Earthquakes and Under The Pink continue to live and thrive to this day. As Amos tells it, “Little Earthquakes was an acknowledgement of things that I hadn’t looked at in 15 years, in some cases… After you acknowledge something, you tell everybody, and other people say, ‘I know what that’s like, too.’ There’s this energy charge you get, and liberation from doing that.” She continues to find that the audience response to “Silent All These Years” remains deep and immediate nearly a quarter century later, counting it as her most requested song and one that walks with her every day. It will continue to do so as long as she is playing music.
    Little Earthquakes (1992) Disc 1: Original Album
    1. “Crucify”
    2. “Girl”
    3. “Silent All These Years”
    4. “Precious Things”
    5. “Winter”
    6. “Happy Phantom”
    7. “China”
    8. “Leather”
    9. “Mother”
    10. “Tear In Your Hand”
    11. “Me And A Gun”
    12. “Little Earthquakes”

    Bonus Disc 2

    1. “Upside Down” (from Silent All These Years single)
    2. “Thoughts” (from Silent All These Years single)
    3. “Ode to The Banana King (Part One)” (from Silent All These Years single)
    4. “Song for Eric” (from Silent All These Years single)
    5. “The Pool” (from Winter single)
    6. “Take To The Sky” (from Winter single)
    7. “Sweet Dreams” (from Winter single)
    8. “Mary” (from Crucify single)
    9. “Sugar” (from China single)
    10. “Flying Dutchman” (from China single)
    11. “Humpty Dumpty” (from China single)
    12. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” (from Winter single)
    13. “Little Earthquakes” (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single)
    14. “Crucify” (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single)
    15. “Precious Things” (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single)
    16. “Mother” (Live in Cambridge – Apr 5, 1992) (from Crucify single)
    17. “Happy Phantom” (Live) (from Silent All These Years single)
    18. “Here In My Head” (from Crucify single)

    Under The Pink (1994) Disc 1: Original Album
    1. “Pretty Good Year”
    2. “God”
    3. “Bells For Her”
    4. “Past The Mission”
    5. “Baker Baker”
    6. “The Wrong Band”
    7. “The Waitress”
    8. “Cornflake Girl”
    9. “Icicle”
    10. “Cloud On My Tongue”
    11. “Space Dog”
    12. “Yes, Anastasia”

    Bonus Disc 2
    1. “Sister Janet” [from Cornflake Girl single]
    2. “Honey” [from Cornflake Girl single]
    3. “Daisy Dead Petals” [from Cornflake Girl single]
    4. “Over It” [from Cornflake Girl single]
    5. “Black Swan” [from Pretty Good Year single]
    6. “Home On the Range” (with Cherokee Addition) [from Pretty Good Year single]
    7. “All The Girls Hate Her” [from Cornflake Girl single]
    8. “God” (The CJ Bollard Remix) [from God 12”]
    9. “Here in My Head” [live] [from Past the Mission single]
    10. “Upside Down” [live] [from Past the Mission single]
    11. “Past the Mission” [live] [from Past the Mission single]
    12. “Icicle” [live] [from Past the Mission single]
    13. “Flying Dutchman” [live] [from Past the Mission single]
    14. “Winter” [live] [from Past the Mission single]
    15. “The Waitress” [live] [from Past the Mission single]

    Follow Tori Amos ~ToriAmos.com | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

    Stream online both albums!
     


    ~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above products for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

    BetterBody Foods Organic Coconut Extra Virgin Oil ~ Review

    I have just recently jumped on board with the coconut oil fans. I will be 100% honest with you that I have never really liked the taste of coconut products. I wasn't even a fan of it in baked goods. Lately though I thought I would give it a try again as Coconut is good for you. My taste buds have changed over the years and I now enjoy coconut. I started out trying a small bit of coconut oil while sauteing veggies for stir fry and went from there. Now I enjoy coconut in baked goods, coffee and cooking my food in it. 

    BetterBody Foods has a great Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil that is very tasty. It isn't an overpowering flavor. It gives your food just a nice hint of flavor and helps bring out the natural flavors in my veggies. My husband actually commented the other day that he really likes out veggies in the coconut oil now. 

    BetterBody Foods Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is cold pressed from fresh coconuts. It is one of the healthiest oils in the world. It is full of MCTs, aka the good fats, it is an immediate source of energy. Being cholesterol-free it makes a great substitute for butter or margarine. I love to use it when I need to butter something for a meal!
    Coconut oil can also be used outside the kitchen as a moisturizer, or for oil pulling, I love to use it to remove my Jamberry wraps. I just heat a little up and apply it to my nails. 

    While being on the 21 Day Fix Extreme program it can be used as your tsps. Autumn will actually heat it up and drink it with her meals. 

    I love to make Protein Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups with it also.  So many great uses for coconut oil. Keep an eye out for more recipes that I post using coconut oil.

    What do you use Coconut oil for? 
      

    ~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above product for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~

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