My oldest daughter will be celebrating another birthday next month. The birthday’s just keep coming and coming, don’t they? Coming from a large family, there is always a birthday or anniversary looming just up ahead. We have so many that now we try to focus on just the kids when it comes to gift cards and Christmas presents.
This kid has always had sensitive skin and then when puberty hit she has had her hands full dealing with acne and still is. I’m not surprised, I still have occasional break outs and I’m and old lady in need of some anti-aging light therapy. Your face is never not in need of some type of special care for heaven’s sake.
Check out this cool info-graphic that I found and sent to my daughter for her to see, learn and possibly enjoy as well.
These wonderful Infographics that I’ve been seeing more and more of are a great way to learn about various things of interest to so many of us. Although I am not much into wearing make up these days, there was some good information that I thought my readers would enjoy and appreciate for what it is.
The use of Infographics is becoming very popular and I have to say that so far I really have enjoyed and appreciated each and every one that I have run across. This particular Infographic is brought to us by Moissanite.com and I hope that you enjoy and learn as much from it as I have. Funny how I was just talking with my daughter about all the various wedding customs and ceremonies that are being used more and more these days. I have sent this Infographic to her email so that she can read it as well and we can talk about it on the way to school in the morning.
Who would have ever thought that we would have so many types of shoes to pick from these days. When I was a kid we either had Keds or P.F. Flyers to choose from to wear for gym class. Now a days they have so many types of “athletic shoes” on the market that it just makes my head spin. I found this great Infographic about comfort shoes for men and women history, on the Web today that I found interesting and enlightening and thought that I would re post it here on my blog in case anyone else was interested in reading about The History of Athletic Shoes. I am going to have my kids read it as well when they get home from school today. I am hoping that it will make for interesting conversation at tonight’s dinner table instead of the usual nonsense that ends up being discussed so often here lately.