Hey guys, it’s Ronni ! It turns out that January 10 is National Cut Your Energy Costs Day. Now, I don’t know much about energy, but I thought I’d use this opportunity to talk about conserving another invaluable resource – water. I’m sure you’ve heard about common ways to save water, like taking shorter showers, not running the tap when you brush your teeth, using water-efficient appliances, and using timers for your lawn sprinklers. But I’d like share a few other under the radar ways that can help conserve water. Check them out: #1. Use a Car Wash Did you know that washing your car at home can use an average of 100 gallons of water? You read that right - 100 gallons! In addition to water waste, a lot of the soaps people use at home are toxic to the environment. By using a local carwash instead, not only will you be saving yourself the time and hassle, but you will also be helping conserve water and preventing hazardous chemicals from leaking into the ocean.
Hey cuties! 🐱 It’s Ronni , and today we’re talking about all things skincare. Did you know that your skin is your largest organ? It’s wild, I know! Between wearing makeup all day on set , dealing with unpredictable breakouts, going to the beach, and all the other things I love to do, my skin goes through a lot. Thankfully, I don’t have to choose between my busy schedule and clear skin. And neither do you! I’ve found some really fabulous ways to help keep my skin fresh and glowing. Check out these ideas: 1. Take Care of Your Skin from the Inside Guys, you gotta hydrate! This is way important to keep your skin glowing. Not only does this help you avoid dry skin, but it also helps flush out any toxins. Is your skin sensitive or acne-prone? Another way to keep your skin clear is to feed your skin fresh, whole foods. Avoid processed foods and excess sugar that can cause breakouts and uneven skin tone. 2. Use a Daily Moisturizer I wash my fac
Hey guys! For a lot of people, this holiday season (like all holiday seasons) is sure to be filled with traveling. I absolutely love to travel but it can get a little stressful. That’s why I thought I’d share just a few of my favorite travel tips that I’ve picked up over the years. They’ve worked for me…maybe they’ll work for you too! Depending on where you’re going and how long you’re staying somewhere, you might run into the issue of packing. What should you bring? How much should you bring? I don’t know about you but I like to have a lot of different options. A well-known trick to storing as much as you can into your luggage is to ROLL your clothes. I know it sounds funny but it really works. And it will free up space for your handbags, shoes and your favorite hoodie. Another idea is to place the clothes inside of a zip-lock bag and push the air out. This will give your bags a lot of extra space. These zip-lock bags are also helpful for separating your item