Lip balms. There’s a ton of them. There’s the most popular Chapstick which you can find in grocery stores far and wide. There’s Burt’s Bee’s, a “healthier” alternative to lipsticks, lip glosses, and lips balms. And then there are these three lip balm companies that I’m reviewing today; Eco Lips, Earth Mama Organics, and Mangiacotti.
Each lip balm produced a different reaction from me and there’s a clear favorite of mine. So, with no further delay, here is my review.
Continue reading Three Lip Balms, Three Opinions, Which One Wins?
The show that’s got everybody talking, the live-action Star Wars show that I have been waiting for for years, is almost upon us and I can’t believe it.
Usually, one can only wait until the specific Star Wars movie of that year, but this year Disney is providing so much for us to enjoy. The Mandalorian has already been heralded by critics as a Star Wars masterpiece and I’m excited to see if they’re right or not.
Are you going to watch The Mandalorian tomorrow? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a splendid day. May the Force be with you, always.
The past five episodes of this season of Star Wars: Resistance have been very entertaining but this week’s episode, From Beneath, didn’t float my boat as much as the others. Not saying that it was bad, but it highlighted two characters sparsely shown throughout the series so far, Flix and Orka, and they aren’t two characters I’m particularly fond of.
Learning that Flix had a family of space chicken cousins that didn’t get along with him wasn’t exactly something that I needed to know and did not make me like this character any more. However, the episode’s saving grace was the dragons. Yes, the dragons!
Continue reading Dragons in ‘Star Wars’?
Tobias Beckett caught Qi’ra before she could knock him to the ground in her hastiness. He gave her a long look and she suddenly felt conscious of the tears in her eyes.
“You alright?” he asked.
She laughed. “Of course. Just dust in my eyes.”
She knew it was a terrible lie but she honestly couldn’t think of anything else to say. Beckett let go of her arms, gazing at her with a suspicious stare. Han emerged from the tent from behind her, turning the situation a bit awkward.
“Come on,” Tobias said. “I’m dying of thirst.”
Continue reading If Only She Could Tell The Truth: Part 30