beauty + lifestyle + parenting

diy makeup brush cleaning bowl on a budget

I have a pretty extensive and expensive makeup brush collection, but I hate the cleaning part. When looking on Pinterest for something to help me clean my makeup brushes (because I'm not made of money), I kept coming across a tutorial for a brush cleaning mat dupe featuring a paper plate. I thought about making it, but to be honest- I really didn't like it for one reason: it's not reusable. Basically, the paper plate would be unusable after one use and that isn't exactly good for the environment. I continued to look around at different diys, but never found anything I liked. So, I decided to diy my own makeup brush cleaning bowl for under $5. 

Materials needed:


  • Wash & dry plastic bowl.
  • Warm up hot glue gun. 
  • Once hot glue gun is hot, make designs with the glue in the bottom of the bowl (and halfway up the sides)
  • Let glue dry. 
  • Clean those dirty makeup brushes!!


*Before I picked up the bowl I used from Menards, I also looked at some of the Porcelain bowls from Target. They were cute, but for me, it just wasn't kid friendly.  
*There is also a cute diy featuring a clipboard on Pinterest.

I really hope this tutorial helps you out, because when it comes to makeup brushes, you have to be cleanly with them. Why? Well, because makeup brushes not only have caked on makeup, but they can harbor bacteria. I have seen the repercussions of not cleaning your makeup brushes- and I NEVER want to go through that again! 

Did you like this DIY? Do you want to see more?
How do you clean your makeup brushes?

Links + Loves

And it's Monday... the most hated day of the week. Honestly, I usually love the freshness of a new beginning (aka new week), but life around these parts has been a little odd, to say the least. In August, I was in a car accident, and after over a month off of work, I finally went back part-time last month. I am in physical therapy, and I am not a hundred percent better, yet, but I am getting there. So in light of the growing headache that I currently have, I wanted to do something a little light and airy and tell you about some of the things that I have been loving lately...

+ I really want these boots from Maurices. Not only are they wide calf, but they are also budget friendly.

+ I love to look up reviews on beauty product before I buy them, and I really love this site. Bonus: it has more than just beauty products!

+ When at Ulta the other day, I picked up this sampler pack. OMG! I fell in love with first use. Not only are the products cruelty-free, but they are also free of all the icky stuff! I will be doing a review on the products here in the near future.

+ A friend sent the Lil Man this scientist kit for his birthday, and we finally tried it out. Not only is it safe for kids, but it was so cool!!

+ Speaking of science projects, I also found this little project on Pinterest. Let's just say is was COOL!

+ I'm redoing the bathroom, so these printables would be perfect!

+ Are you a blogger and need a media kit so you can connect with brands? This freebie is perfect for you!

Happy Monday... 
time to get some tylenol.

5 things you probably don't know about the Shedd Aquarium

Set on Lake Michigan, the John G. Shedd Aquarium resembles a temple with its marble exterior, glass dome, and limestone floors. One of the 10 must-see places in Chicago, IL, the aquarium is home to 32,000 animals representing 1500 species. Being from Northwest Indiana, I have been to the Shedd Aquarium many times, and each time I discover something new about the amazing place. So today I am rounding up five things that I didn't know, and you probably didn't know either, about the Shedd.

1. The Shedd Aquarium has been open for over 85 years.

The aquarium opened in 1930 and was a gift to the people of Chicago from John Graves Shedd, president and chairman of the board of Marshall Field & Company. Mr. Shedd wanted to give back to the city he loved, so with a 2 million dollar gift in 1924, planning and construction on the aquarium began. A year later, Mr. Shedd then gifted another million dollars.

The aquarium's architecture was carefully and purposely designed to be the best. From the 500 lb bronze doors at the entrance, to the bronze clock in the rotunda, to the foyer chandeliers, and even a glass dome that resembles Neptune's trident, the architecture earned the aquarium a National Historic Landmark designation. 

2. The aquarium was the first of its kind

When it opened, the aquarium "was the first inland aquarium with permanent saltwater exhibits as well as freshwater habitats. In early 1930, 20 insulated railroad tank cars circulated between Key West, Florida, and Chicago until a million gallons of tropical ocean water filled the marine animal habitats." (source) Today, the Shedd Aquarium is home to more than just aquatic animals. Along with the famous dolphins, river otters, and of course, fish, they also feature penguins, alligators, frogs, tiny monkeys, and even iguanas.

3. They are a non-profit & care about conservation and the community

The aquarium is a non-profit and all of the money they collect goes back to the animals (as well as paying employees, of course). They have a leadership staff, which is lead by Dr. Bridget Coughlin, President & CEO, board of Trustees, and an auxiliary board. The aquarium obtains its funding through donations and fundraising events, like Shedd Blu, Jazzing at the Shedd, and many others.

The Shedd Aquarium is dedicated to a number of conservation programs and initiatives, including research in the Caribbean, coral restoration projects, a sustainable seafood program, local clean-up efforts and many more. (source)

The Shedd also works with community organizations in Chicago and throughout Illinois to provide affordable access, support charitable causes and reach out to educate our neighbors. They have provided free admission to the Aquarium for Illinois schoolchildren. They also offer half priced admission for Chicago residents, and 52 days throughout the year, all Illinois residents with a valid ID receive free admission to the aquarium. The admission includes all permanent exhibits, Amphibians special exhibit, aquatic presentation (subject to availability) and seasonal Stingray Touch (open late May to October). The 4-D Experience admission is a $4.95 upgrade for all guests.

They provide opportunities to spark compassion, curiosity and conservation for the aquatic animal world.

4. They offer "extra" experiences

If you are an aspiring biologist or just an aquatic animal lover, the Shedd Aquarium offers different "Extraordinary Experiences" to fit your fancy. You can take a behind the scenes tour of the aquarium, a shark feeding tour, be a trainer for the day, encounter a beluga or penguin, or even plan the proposal of your gal's dreams at the aquarium.

If you are a scientist at heart and love to travel, the Shedd Aquarium also offers "Shedd Adventures". "The trips focus on animals and regions of the world that have intrigued and inspired you during aquarium visits, offering you deeper connections. And they are led by Shedd experts who are well-versed and well-traveled in the pristine ecosystems you’ll explore." (source) Currently there are scheduled trips to the Amazon, Antarctic Peninsula, Baja California & the Sea of Cortez, Quebec, and the Maldives.

5. They are the home of a green sea turtle named Nickle

Nickle lives in the Caribbean reef and is very unique: she looks as if she is in a dive position at all times.

Nickle, the sea turtle, was a normal green sea turtle living in Florida until she was hit by a boat propeller. Found in July 1998 by a marine biologist floating nearly lifeless on Florida's gulf coast, she was taken to a sea turtle medical center in Clearwater. While at the medical center, the green sea turtle, went through testing, injections of antibiotics, and swimming assessments. After a few months, the sea turtle still had issues with controlling her buoyancy, and was deemed permanently impaired. From the impairment, doctors knew that she would never be able to return to the ocean.

Five years after she was found, Nickle was transported to the the Shedd Aquarium. Once at the aquarium, vets looked into the turtle's buoyancy issues. After some extensive testing, they found two things: 1) a 1975 nickle lodged 12 inches down in the turtles throat, and 2) that the turtle's issues were neurological (the original injury was next to her spinal cord, so it was permanent).  They named the green sea turtle "Nickle" and she receives training sessions every day. (source)

- More information -

-The Shedd Aquarium is located on S Lake Shore Drive, in Chicago, IL. It is accessible by train, car, taxi, etc.
-If you want to visit the aquarium in person, they are open 365 days a year, and hours vary due to the season. Please visit HERE to read more.
-Also, if you are interested in reading more about the Shedd Aquarium, please visit their website. 

Have you ever visited The Shedd Aquarium?

Photo #6 source

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4 things I've learned about blogging & happy birthday a hundred tiny wishes

I was telling a co-worker that I am a blogger and they asked me how long I had been blogging. I told them that I had only been blogging for a couple of years. But you know what.. it's funny how life can sneak up on you...  I looked back and yep, 

Happy 4th birthday/blogiversary, 

a hundred tiny wishes!

*Well, belated birthday...
Monday was the day, four years ago, that I published my first post. Granted it was a 30 by 30 list, and I am almost 32 now, but what-evs! (btw, that post turned into a 101 in 1001) It's so hard to imagine where all the time has gone in the past four years. Sure, a ton has happened in my personal life, but that can wait. Today's spotlight is a hundred tiny wishes: the hobby that I started to escape my life as a full-time mom, student, and wife. 

In the past four years, I have poured my heart and soul in to the posts of this blog. Sadly though, until this year, I had never been into "serious-blogging" (aka own domain, great photography, blog design), and I had never believed that I could actually make money with my hobby either. I really wish I could have figured that out a lot sooner!!

Since I figured that out, I have been able to work with various brands on sponsored content, make money, receive products, and even attend PR events. In my reality, the past year for me and the blog have been the most fruitful yet. AND in the past year, I have learned some rather informational things about blogging...

1. All it takes is ONE VIRAL POST to make your page views jump. 

I am not one of those bloggers that care about my page views. Sure, I will look at my Google Analytics from time to time, but I don't flip out when the numbers take a dip. Well, maybe I do, when I am wanting to work with a brand. But anyways, about a month ago I was looking at my page views, and I saw a HUGE surge. I had no idea what was going on... then I saw my post on an ad on Facebook. A sponsored blog post that I had written was being promoted by the company and my blog was benefiting because of it. The company thought that my post was awesome enough to spend money on it, and I am STILL benefiting from it!

2. Sometimes DIY is not a good choice. Especially when it come to blogging.

When I first started blogging, I thought I could do everything myself. I started out with a "blogger" blog (which still is, btw), and I saw that it was so user friendly. I was able to customize everything myself, and what I couldn't, I just rigged up something to help in Photoshop. I started to learn basic, and I mean basic, HTML. I was learning a new skill, but I still yearned for a more professional looking blog. And I knew I couldn't do it myself. So I reached out to a few blog designers and then finally bought a template that I could customize myself. It was so much easier! Eventually I would like to get into learning more advanced HTML, but right now, I will just leave it to the professionals!

Related post: Ten must read posts on blogging

3. NEVER sell yourself short.

When it comes to blogging, a lot of people think that they don't have what it takes to be a great blogger, aka make the money. But the thing is: you do. So what if you don't have a dslr, I don't- I take all of my blog pictures with my Samsung S7. So what if you aren't a fashionable gal, I'm not- I use a lot of Pinterest inspo and my own style just takes over. So what if you aren't a great writer, I'm not- you just need to be able to find your voice and tell a story. Basically don't underestimate yourself and your abilities. EVER.

4. Don't put yourself into a box.

When I first started blogging, I had no idea what I was doing. I didn't know about social media promotion, essential Facebook groups, media kits, photography, etc, but the one thing that I kept reading was that I NEEDED to have a niche. Every blogger would say that having a niche was essential, so I started to label myself as a "lifestyle blogger". In reality, I posted about beauty, parenting, style, travel, and life in general, so in retrospect, I guess that is what a lifestyle blogger does. The thing is though, I didn't want to put myself into a box. I wanted to post about what I wanted to post about- whether it be about my new favorite nail polish, or a recipe that I liked, or why I would never own an Iphone.

My point is: do what you want- don't put yourself into a box with a label. Be you and write about what you want to write about!

Here's some of my favorite posts from the past year:

As I said, the past year has been amazing, and I want to thank ALL of my readers, followers, and subscribers! Because without you, I wouldn't be here. So THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart! xoxo

Lifeless hair no more, thanks to HASK

It's no secret that at birth I was blessed with fine hair- I've talked about it a lot. But the secret is this: my hair is also lifeless! I am always on the hunt for products to aid in the volume department, but nothing has given me that big, luscious, Texas hair. One of my FAVORITE hair care lines- HASK- just released a new collection, and I honestly think that it may be my answer... or at least help a bit :)

5 tips to keep your hair healthy

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #NatureMadeGummies #CollectiveBias

Healthy hair is the number one thing that all women strive for- no one wants over processed, dry, brittle hair that falls out every time they shower. At birth, I was "blessed" with fine, thin hair, and over the course of 15+ years of dying, heat stying, bleaching, ect, my hair has become unhealthy. Realizing that fact, I decided to scour the interwebs and find ways to make my hair healthy again. I finally came up with 5 tried and trusted tips and the best thing: one of the ways included adding a supplement like Nature Made® Biotin Adult Gummies (which I already take!!).

The answer for aging hair + Kenra Platinum Snail Collection review #snailedit

Being in my 30s, I have realized that my hair is aging. I know it may sound weird, but I can feel it. My thin hair is starting to grow in thinner, it's dull, and I have more fly-aways now than ever. Plus it's lifeless.but that is a whole nother issue. So since my hair is aging, I have been looking around to find something to bring some youth back into my hair (I think that is a concept, right?), and I finally found it... in one of my favorite hair care lines.

10 Fall Style must-haves

10 Fall Style must-haves

The kids are back to school, Labor Day festivities have passed, and the weather is starting to get cooler; all of which means that Fall is certainly on its way! AND I am very excited. 

Other than my love for the cooler weather, I LOVE Fall clothing. Personally, my fall style has evolved in the past few years, but is still quite simple: I used to love the open/flyaway cardigans, leggings, and flats, but now it's about cute t-shirts, different fabrics, and of course, booties. My style is still simple, but of course, now that I am working, I need clothes that can do double-duty. I also look at the "cost per use" of clothing when buying, because who really wants to buy a sweater for like fifty bucks and only wear it once? It's absurd. 

Today I am rounding up my 10 Fall style must haves and of course, letting you know where the item comes from :) 

8 things that I have learned in 8 years of marriage

marriage, wedding, wedding rings

Eight years ago, I married the man of my dreams. Ok, hold up, I can't say that he was the man of my dreams- that's some fine actor- but I can say that he is my equal in every way. He is such a great husband, an amazing father, and so much more. I mean, I'm a little difficult at times, and this man can take everything I throw at him- AND he still loves me! That right there is true love, folks!

So in the past eight years, I have learned some really valuable lessons about marriage...

D'OR24K Non-Surgical Lifting Syringe Review

Here's a confession... I'm 31 and I already have wrinkles. No, I don't have the definition of wrinkles, but I do have some deep fine lines (which will develop into wrinkles) under my eyes and some crow's feet starting to emerge. 

Since turning 30 (almost 2 years ago), I have been very interested in anti-aging and wrinkle reducing products; I think I have actually tried almost every eye cream on the market. From serums, to moisturizers, to masks, and even make up, I have tried darn near every thing to get rid of my deep fine lines. Everything promised to work, but in the end, nothing did (well, the makeup covered it for a minute). About two weeks ago, I was able to try out the D'OR24K Non-Surgical Lifting Syringe and let's just say WOW!

D'OR24K Non-Surgical Lifting Syringe Review

Current Beauty Favorites

Tabitha is my name, and beauty is my game. Well, beauty favorites, that is!
I try a lot, and I mean a lot, of beauty products on a monthly basis. Last year I was subscribed to Sephora Play and Birchbox, but after "breaking up with my subscription boxes", I decided that I still wanted to try new things. Nowadays, I will grab samples from Sephora, buy a sampler kit from either Sephora or Ulta, get products from Influenster, or just buy a product to see if it interests me. Currently, I am loving a perfume, moisturizer, nail product, skin tint, and an under eye moisturizer. Want to know what they are? :) 

#SheddBLU 2017 "BLU goes GREEN" recap

#SheddBLU recap, blogger review, Shedd Aquarium

Perfect weather, drinks, bites, an amazing backdrop, fireworks, special animal encounters, and even a show from a cute sea lion named "Ty" all culminated in one of the best nights I had had in awhile. The event? The Shedd Aquarium's party of the summer: BLU

BLU is the Shedd Aquarium's premier fundraising fete and supports their new & improved mission: sparking compassion, curiosity and conservation for the aquatic animal world. BLU also plays a critical role in advancing conservation initiatives, sustaining a dynamic animal collection and teaching children about the extraordinary animals in the Shedd Aquarium's aquatic world; and this year's BLU raised $400,000 for just that. I was able to attend the event and I can tell you- it was definitely a night to remember. 

4 tips to keep your skin healthy with Differin® Gel

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Differin Gel, Beauty Review, Blogger review

A few months ago, I talked about a new acne product medication, called Differin® Gel, that I was going to start using. Differin® Gel is the first and only prescription-strength retinoid now available over-the-counter for clearing and preventing acne. It's the newest advancement and ingredient in the OTC acne category in over 30 years, and it is meant to clear breakouts where they start (deep in the pores). It also prevents breakouts before they begin, and as a result, restores skin’s texture and tone. In the past eight weeks, Differin® Gel has worked wonders on my acne! I am not kidding you!

Today I want to share a few before and after pictures (be warned- I am not wearing ANY makeup) and give you 4 tips to keep your skin healthy with Differin® Gel, if you decide to try it, which I recommend.

5 ways to soothe a sunburn

Sadly summer is starting to come to an end, but that doesn't mean that the fun has to end. The energy is still poppin' and the weather is still beautiful, but that also means that a sunburn could be coming your way, if you're not careful. Like me...

Ok, so three months ago, I burnt. Like crispy, stick-a-fork-in-me, burnt. It hurt like nothing I had ever felt before; and I am NO stranger to sun burns. But here's the thing: it was cloudy outside and I didn't think to put on sunscreen. Perfect excuse, right? Basically it was the kind of weather that is on the way. But fear not, my friends, today I want to tell you the 5 ways that I was able to soothe my sunburn, and will be handling one in the future!

The "Lazy Girl's guide to Summer": 3 ways to get no-heat curls

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Ah, sweet Summer time! The weather is warm, the drinks are yummy, the mood is laid back, and the beachy curls are all the rage. Personally for me, I LOVE the beachy curls. They don't require a lot of product, are low maintenance, and look pretty awesome! Basically they are great for lazy girls like me! So today, I wanted to let you in on my secret for getting them... aka 3 ways to get no-heat curls. 

BUT Before I get into the 3 ways to get those beautiful no heat curls, I have to gush about my new hair color >>> 

The only dry shampoo you will need this Summer

I have problem with dry shampoo. In fact, I may be a dry shampoo addict. Don't worry, I do wash my hair every 3 days, but you better be sure that on the second & third days (and possibly the fourth), I am using dry shampoo. I mean, dry shampoo is amazing! All you do is spray it in and then the oil from your scalp disappears and your hair is refreshed! 

Product wise, I have tried almost every brand out there. From drug store, to high end, and even the weird DIY stuff, you name it, I have tried it. Why? Because I am one picky gal. There are four characteristics that I always look for when testing out a new dry shampoo- 1) smell, 2) residue, and 3)choke out factor, 4) weight and feeling. 

One of my favorite hair product brands- HASK- just came out with four new dry shampoos last month, and I about jumped for joy. Basically, I was the dancing guy emoji because I was so excited. 

Dry shampoo, blogger review, hair care

June beauty favorites

Beauty, Beauty Blogger review, Blogger favorite beauty buys

One of my favorite things about being a beauty blogger is being able to try out new beauty products and then share my views/opinions on them. Granted the whole trying new products out has lead to me having a hoarding issue, but hey, it's all good, right? Ha! Anyways, since I started a full time job, the month of June was essentially about finding products that could either multitask or could cut down on my morning routine. The next five products did both!

Moving soon? Here's some tips!

moving tips, blogger, tips for moving

About a month ago, my family and I moved, and to tell the truth, it sucked! Fortunately, I only had to pack up a one bedroom house and essentially move all the essentials- clothes, toys, bed, animals, etc, to my parents- which was like 100 feet behind my current residence, but it still irritated me. And set my procrastination self into overdrive! Anyways, after moving, I am sharing 7 things that I learned and would do differently

AND... I'm back

In the words of Usher, " It feels so good to be back!"

My last post was published on May 31... #sadface and the reason: a new full time job! What! What! 

I have been talking about needing a full time job for as long as I can remember and now, it is finally a reality! I am currently training to be an RBT- Registered Behavioral Tech- which will provide ABA therapy to children with Autism. Monday was my three weeks and I LOVE it. Even though I am training right now, I have been able to work with children and they are so super sweet. I feel like I am making a difference. 

my change to a cruelty free lifestyle

Around mid-2016, I started thinking about the whole idea of cruelty-free products and the possibility of becoming vegan. Unfortunately, due to my love of cheese and ice cream, I am not ready to make a diet change like cutting out all animal products/by-products, but I am ready to start living a semi-cruelty-free-lifestyle.

Vegan, cruelty-free beauty

How bloggers work with brands

If you are new to blogging, you may start asking yourself "when does the free stuff and money start rolling in?" I have been blogging for almost four years now, and honestly, I didn't even think about money until this year- I just wasn't in it for the money I guess. Anyways, bloggers can make money blogging three ways- 1) affiliate sales, 2) selling courses/ebooks/etc, and 3) working with brands. The third one is the easiest and today is all about it. 

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my acne story & diy acne medication holder

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are 100% mine alone. #BeforeDifferinJourney #CollectiveBias #ad

acne, differin gel, skincare

When I was younger, I really didn't care about skincare products. Sure, I used face wash and the normal things, but I didn't have to worry about acne.

Honestly, it wasn't until I turned 30 that I started to suffer from acne around my time of the month. In a nutshell, my skin can be completely clear until about two weeks before the start of Aunt Flo. Once I start breaking out, I know that it won't go away until the day after I actually start. To be honest, the acne hurts. 

I have never actually been to a dermatologist for a prescription, but I have tried exfoliating with baking soda, dousing the area with apple cider vinegar, different acne spot treatments, and more... but nothing had helped. A few weeks ago, I was at Target and found about Differin® Gel. I knew I had to try it, especially because it's supposed to clear acne with the power of Rx!

>>For more Differin® inspiration, check out the social hub here.<<

Hello Monday & a life update

I realize a few weeks ago that I really don't talk about my personal life on here that much. I mean, sure I will give you some advice about beauty, blogging, and parenting, but other than my five on Friday recaps, I don't actually go into detail about what's going on with me. Like the deep stuff. Today, that is going to change. Today I am going to give you a little life update and tell you about four (well, three) crazy things going on in my life. 

Dear Mom... thank you

Dear Mom, 

I want to thank you. I want to thank you for everything that you have shown, given, and taught me the last thirty-one years. 

I want to thank you for being there for me every step of the way. I know that in my teen years, I was sort of a spoiled brat (to put it nicely) and then it carried on into my 20s, but you were always there for me; even if I wanted you to be or not. You were, and still are, my biggest cheerleader. You attempted to show me that no matter what life throws in your way, that you must keep pushing on and have faith in everything you do. It really never sunk it until this past year.

Mother's Day gift guide | Sephora

I am the type of gal who loves getting new beauty products for Mother's Day, and I especially love when my new pretties come from Sephora. Sephora is the type of store that just has everything. From the makeup brushes to the face masks, and all the high end products lines inbetween, Sephora has my vote for the best beauty store around. To showcase my love for the store, today I am sharing 15 gifts that I know any mom would love this Mother's Day.

His & Her reviews | Harry's Razors

Harry's Razors reviews, Truman Razor, Winston Razor

In my household, razors are the one thing that has become a staple in the bathroom, right next to makeup brushes and toilet paper. The one thing about razors though, is the fact that they can get so expensive. My hubby usually shaves about three to four times a week, he does not use disposables, and his razors are the most expensive- ranging from $24-45 for a pack. It is crazy! 

While at Target a few months ago, he brought up the idea of using a razor subscription service. I didn't mind the idea- 1) I also shave (my legs) and 2) men's razors can be pretty darn awesome for women. After doing some research, we decided to try out Harry's

The healthy hair diet- 7 Foods Your Hair Will Love

healthy hair, hair care

Hi all, today I have Lucy Green from and she has something very interesting to tell you about! Take it away, Lucy!

How healthy your hair is can be a reflection of many things. Although genetics do play a large role, other factors can greatly determine how our locks behave. 

Stress, lack of sleep, or too much use of heated appliances can all take their toll.

However, many hair problems can be linked to deficiencies in your diet - to what you are or are not eating. By adjusting your daily diet just a little bit you can begin to see and feel the difference in your hair.

10 Unique Mother's Day Gifts

When it comes to a Mother's Day gift, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Card? Candy? Flowers? Personally for me, I love unique gifts. No, I'm not talking about a spa package or a gift certificate for a mani/pedi... I am talking about a gift that is something I can hold dear to my heart. And maybe something that I can show off. :)

I have rounded up 10 unique Mother's Day gifts that any mom is sure to love, and I can guarantee that she will show off.
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