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- P. Berry - Reading on my own for Credit-by-ExamI've been reading a little everyday since having received this book. It's a very easy read as in it's easy to understand because they break everything down to its simplest form. This makes it difficult to take notes because you feel as though you have to write everything down to get something from it later, but of course that feels pointless since you already have the book. In the end, I think this book will do well to prepare me for the CBE Exam and put me steps closer to being licensed! I will keep you posted!
- Dona Catalina "KT" - I have rosacea and...As my mild rosacea developed, I had to abandon any sort of powder or foundation because it would cause my cheeks to redden and burn. My skin tolerates Bare Minerals very well over prescription Metrogel or Finacea, then Clinique's Redness Solutions soother and moisturizer, then BM's Prime Time. The DVD that comes with the Bare Escentuals intro kit is very informative, plus you get the brushes and several minerals more economically. I use a lighter shade of mineral powder with the small brush for concealer (under eyes, sides of nose), then use the kabuki or smaller brush to apply my matching shade. This product line doesn't cause my skin to burn painfully and makes for an improved, more polished appearance, which is all I ask--I stopped requiring miracles of products some time ago. One thing about these products--they aren't very portable as the powder shakes out into the top of the jar. I carry a Physician's Formula mineral compact in my purse and when traveling. This drugstore product works well, but doesn't come in as many shades and isn't as finely milled. P.S. Listen to us. We all wind up spending inordinate amounts of time, money and psychic energy on our looks. It is our culture, but I declare at least one day per week a comfortable, cursory grooming day. We'd all have more time and money and be less stressed. We might even use some of that time and energy to improve our minds and spirits. Who knows what would come of THAT???
- Lifeski "Lifeski" - Could not put it downThis book is told by the main character in sessions with her therapist which I found to be very clever. I was afraid this would be little more than a clever gimmick but not only did it work it assisted well with moving the story along. From the time she was kidnapped until the end of the book I was on edge wanting to know what was going to happen to this brave character. The story did not disappoint. There were several twists and turns that I never saw coming. Overall even though this was a tough subject matter the author managed to draw me in and not let me go until the end. I found myself thinking about Annie at times I was not able to read. Great job.