One of the benefits of having bigger kids is the chance to travel while they are at summer camp. While the kids were off getting fresh air, Mr. Momtrends and I hopped on OpenSkies to Paris for a trip to France. From Paris, we trained to wine country and paid a visit to La Cité du Vin Bordeaux. Travel takes trial and error. We didn’t stumble upon this spot right away. When we first got to Bordeaux, we paid a visit to the old-fashioned Museum of Wine and Trade.
Sun care in the summertime is a no brainer right? When you feel those rays blazing down on your skin you’re more likely to reach for sunscreen. But, the fact is, sun care is something you should focus on all year long. The sun can definitely reach you through the clouds. And that’s why sun care is such an important part of my beauty routine no matter what month it is. I know fall and sun care aren’t necessarily two things that you associate with one another, especially if you don’t live in the south.
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Selecting a term
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