It’s Boloco’s 15th birthday celebration and they are giving away FREE burritos at various locations from 11am-8pm all week (check here for locations and dates http://boloco.com/boloco15/). If I play my cards right, I could replace six meals with free burritos. Worth it. Maybe I’ll even branch out and try something other than The Summer….maybe.
Theme song to my life.
Mushaboom - Feist
The Summer (Taken with Instagram at Boloco Copley Square)
Sucks when you are hungry for a NJ sloppy joe but stuck in Boston.
On my quest to go “all natural” with my skin and hair care I discovered a fantastic website called iherb.com. They have tons of natural products at affordable prices. I’m currently using Giovanni Purifying Body Bar which is $3.50 for a 5oz bar (Palm Oil, Shea Butter Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, Vitamin E, Acai Berry, Goji Berry, Fig and Green Tea Extracts, Activated Charcoal, Volcanic Ash, Iron Oxides, Pure Essential Oils). Here’s a list of the products I purchased:
J.R. Liggett’s Old-Fashioned Bar Shampoo Herbal Formula - $4.55 for a 3.5oz bar (Olive oil, coconut oil, castor oil, spring water, sodium hydroxide (a binder), Rosemary-Lavender-Cedarwood and other essential oils for fragrance). I’m planning on bringing this to Peru to minimize carry-on liquids.
Aura Cacia, Organic Rejuvenating Argan Oil - $10.78 for 1 fl oz (Organic argan (argania spinosa) kernel oil). This sounds expensive but is one of the least expensive Argan Oils I’ve found and I hear a little goes a long way. I’m going to use a few drops of this as my daily moisturizer and nighttime treatment.
Dr. Woods, Facial Cleanser, Daily Exfoliating - $4.69 for 8 fl oz (Purified water, potassium cocoate, potassium olivate, potassium hempate, glycerin, hydroxyethylcellulose, black soap concentrate, panthenol (pro vitamin b5), polysorbate 80v, citric acid, rosemary extract, lavender oil, peppermint oil, tea tree leaf oil, organic shea butter, chamomile flower extract, vitamin E, vitamin c). I’ve heard great things about Dr. Woods products, especially their Black Soap. For less than $5 I couldn’t resist!
I’ll post reviews once I’ve tried these out!