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Collagen Peptides Review: Weekly Health Journal

Update on 5/15/2020 – It’s been exactly two years and I am still enjoying a single scoop of collagen peptides with my organic coffee each morning. My skin and nails are as healthy as can be! I have a confession to make…I hopped on the collagen peptide train! It’s not usually my thing to follow trends as they come and go. I am more of a traditionalist. However, my sister-in-law posted about this health conscious trend and I was intrigued. The supplement brand I am trying is Sports Research Pure Hydrolyzed Collagen Peptides. I purchased via Amazon because I like to read reviews. This one currently has over 3,000 with a 4.5 star rating! It is paleo friendly, GMO tested, KETO certified, manufactured in a GMP facility, grass-fed and pasture-raised and gluten free. The container states that results may be seen within 30 to 60 days. This is a commitment, people!With…

Sandals Grande Antigua Review – Pros and Cons

Sandals Grande Antigua, St. John’s, is suggested as the best Sandals Resort for Honeymooners, by TripSavvy. I can attest to this as my husband and I spent our honeymoon at this couples resort location. It is certainly a beautiful, romantic spot perfect for the couple looking to celebrate their marriage or anniversary. After reading my pros and cons of Sandals Grenada, one of my Shine with Jennifer Leigh followers asked that I write a similar review of Sandals Grande Antigua. Without further ado, here are my candid thoughts on the 10 pros and cons of Sandals Antigua. (They are not in any particular order nor are they weighted. Disclosure: Some of the product and location links in this post are affiliate links. This means if you click on the link and/or purchase the item, I will receive a small affiliate commission. This helps keep my blog running!) Location: Sandals Grande Antigua, St.…

3 Days in Charleston: Where to Stay and Play Gluten Free

Last March my husband, Nick, and I celebrated our six-year wedding anniversary. Every year we travel someplace fun. With our recent move and home purchase, we thought it best to find a place close to Charlotte. We chose Charleston, South Carolina. It is a quick four-hour road trip from the Queen City. Charleston Day 1 We arrived at our hotel in the heart of the city ready to see and do everything Charleston had to offer. King Charles Inn was the perfect location for walking to all the tourist spots and best restaurants. The staff welcomed us with an anniversary card, champagne and chocolates. With half the day left to sight see and eat, we chose to browse King Street, walk Historic Charleston City Market and have dinner at Sticky Fingers Ribhouse. They had an entire gluten free menu but my favorite item was the sticky potato skins! It was early…