You need Moonstone Haloscope for NYE

Moonstone Haloscope contains real moonstone. Moonstone boasts properties that are exactly what I feel like I need to start this new year on the right foot. Also it's beautiful.

Here's what my research turned up:

A stone for “new beginnings”, Moonstone is a stone of inner growth and strength. It soothes emotional instability and stress, and stabilizes the emotions, providing calmness. Moonstone enhances intuition, promotes inspiration, success and good fortune in love and business matters.

And by research I mean googling Moonstone properties and cutting and pasting the first thing that showed up. Sorry babes, this is a super lazy post. I am exhausted. I got my lupron shot on Friday and they shut down my ovaries. It is exhausting while your body gets used to not having essential hormones, not to mention it's like going though menopause in a week instead of the months and months it usually takes. Plus I got chemo on Friday. I feel like a deflated balloon. I feel like I am failing all of you because I want to write something amazing and inspiring, and all I've got working for me today is - love, moonstone, put on face, make pretty and sparkly. oogh. magic. soothing.

So if you love me, or you feel sorry for me, or this hippy voodoo sounds good to you, you'll buy all your amazing Glossier products via my link, which can also be found conveniently on the side bar. And if the moonstone magic is not enough to sell you on the haloscope, I can vouch for the fact that when used properly it will at the very least make your NYE extra sexy and cheekbone-y, as seen in all of the following images, which are old images because today my face looks like the pillow I am hiding under until I start to feel better.

I just keep reminding myself not to feel guilty for being so slothful. Sleep is healing. HEAL ME. Love you all. Come back tomorrow I promise I will have something cool for you.

1 comment:

  1. I just stumbled upon your blog and its exactly what I've been looking for since I was diagnosed with breast cancer last May at age 28 (I thought it was a cyst or infected milk duct from breast feeding my son and didnt have it looked at for 3 months because who thinks they have breast cancer at our age). Like you I found the lump myself and am also triple positive. 4x AC 4x taxol, zometa shots (shuts down my ovaries) every 28 days, double mastectomy with expanders this past October and am currently doing radiation as well as Herceptin and Prejeta for a year...I've got my DIEP flap reconstruction and a hysterectomy planned (super blezsed we had our son when we did) for this summer. Its been a journey and I admire your continual strength given your diagnosis...cancer sucks but a positive attitude strengthens us and the ones that love us. I wish I had found your blog sooner but you've already given me the strength and tips to go to work without my scarf or wig! Stay strong and rest its one of the hardest things to do but necessary!