September & October Favorites

Well, hello there! Happy Halloween! I’ve been hunting for some great products these last couple of months, and here’s what I’ve found! 

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First, you CANNOT miss Little Secrets Peanut Butter Butter Dark Chocolate candies… they’re a mix of a crunchy candy shell, dark chocolate, and smooth peanut butter. They’re basically like eating a vegan combo of M&M’s and Reese’s Peanut Butter cups. The raspberry flavor is great too… sweet raspberry and dark chocolate, what’s not to like? 

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I’ve been using Renpure hair products for about a year now. Of course, they’re vegan and cruelty free, and feature coconuts as a main ingredient, in some form or another! Currently, I’m using the Coconut Creme Nourishing Shampoo and Bamboo Coconut Water Conditioner. Their products smell delicious and get the job done! You can find their products at Target!

Next up, the amazing Pure Genius Chocolate Chunk Blondie, made from chick peas! This blondie is a like sweet, chewy, and satisfying chocolate chip cookie! I found these bad boys at Whole Foods. Give ’em a try! 

Of course I can’t forget another sweet treat (hooray for sugar!), the Lenny & Larry’s The Complete Cookie White Chocolate Chip Macadamia flavor. This thing is vegan, soy free, made with Non-GMO ingredients, and is packed with 16 grams of protein. Umm… how awesome is it to eat a delicious cookie for breakfast and feel good about it?

Last but definitely not least, Leonardo DiCaprio continues his efforts to save the environment after Cowspiracy, with his new documentary, “Beyond The Flood.” This doc focuses on human activity and the need for immediate change in order to save the planet from global warming. It also includes scientific research and explanations as to why the United States government has done very little regarding environmental issues, despite the fact that it is now crucial for humans to change their lifestyles to preserve wildlife, as well as clean air and water. Watch “Beyond The Flood” on YouTube for free, here.

Oh, and if you want my recipe for the fabulous caramel apples pictured at the beginning of this post, check it out on

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you have a happy and healthy Halloween!