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Thank you to everyone who entered my NuNaturals Stevia Giveaway! Winners were selected using random number generator. Please email me your full name, address, and email address wheresthebeach10@yahoo.com.
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Fun Facts Friday
I joke that I'm sort of the boy scout of my friends. If you need something, I most likely have it stashed in my gigantic purse. Food? No problem. Advil, Excedrin, Imitrix? Check all three.
I thought it might be fun just to do a run down of what I deem as essential in my purse. And those who've made fun of me but then needed something...well, they don't laugh anymore ;-)
  • Chapstick
  • Protein or power bars of some sort - usually at least 2
  • At least 5 different colors lipstick or lip gloss
  • Tissues
  • Lotion
  • Pain meds - got a headache? I got you covered
  • Lactade pills
  • Point and shoot camera - I am a blogger after all
  • Sunglasses
  • Pen
  • Coupons
  • Cell phone
  • Wallet 
  • Keys
  • Gum - usually 2 packs
  • A purse hanger - hate to put my purse on the floor
  • Hair spray
  • Contact solution 
  • Fingernail file
  • Tampon 
So, is your purse jam packed? Can you stop starvation, end a headache, and cure chapped lips?

Daily To-Enjoy List:
  • Rest day
  • Lunch with friend
  • Baseball game with friends

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