23 Feb 19

My skin care routine focuses on calming and hydrating the skin on a daily basis, avoiding strong active ingredients as I am sensitive and prone to redness. I use certain active ingredients as my extra a few times a week. Daily: Morning: Cleansing:  My cleanser is Yves Rocher Sebo Vegetal purifying cleansing  jell. I massage […]

22 Feb 19
Helpless Whilst Drying

[Gifted] I don’t have a strict budget when it comes to beauty products – but I do appreciate that if I’m spending more than I would on average, I expect to see that a product performs twice as good as a favourite if I was to spend twice as much on it. So when I […]

21 Feb 19
Otterly Beautiful

Welcome to your next edition of Otterscopes! This month, our Mystic Otter will be telling you what you otter be smelling like, and recommending the best cruelty-free products to get your scent spot-on this spring.   Pisces: Feb 19 – Mar 20 Happy birthday, Pisces! This month should be all about #TreatYoSelf. Make yourself a […]

20 Feb 19
Zayan malik

Happy hump day! I am sure we’re all familiar with the battle with oil. The red spots as vibrant as blood. The never ending suffering. Difficult skin may seem as chaotic as war, but I can guarantee in most cases it is an exaggeration. The amount of times my friends have told me that they […]

20 Feb 19
Vogenix Self Tanner

2019-02-20 02:45:00 Fine hair or thinning hair can be a problem for many, meanwhile some of us just want to give our hair a little more fullness. Thankfully there are a lot of products on the market now designed especially for to help grow your hair or make it thicker. Shampoo and conditioners are using […]

20 Feb 19
Market Research

The Facial Cleanser market report is a complete research on the current state of the Facial Cleanser market with a focus on the regional market. This report presents the global Facial Cleanser  market size (value, production, and consumption), splits the breakdown (data status 2013-2018 and forecast to ‘2025’), by manufacturers, region, type, and application. This study also analyzes […]

20 Feb 19
Full Force Pro

Date February 19, 2019 Commentators Brian Young Morgan Alexander Location Boston, MA The show began with the entrance of The Conglomerate. Brian Young made mention that it seemed as if this was a Tuesday night tradition, for Stuart Cavanaugh to parade his stable out for everyone to see. Morgan Alexander said that it was great […]

20 Feb 19
The Denver Post
Denver has launched a new program that aims to connect people accused of low-level drug possession and prostitution crimes with support services, rather than arrest them. Officials introduced the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion pilot program at a news conference Tuesday morning and they expect to serve 200 people over the next two years. It started on Jan. 22. I’m at the Rodolfo Gonzales library for a @DenverPolice press conference on a mental health diversion program. — Saja Hindi (@BySajaHindi) February 19, 2019 The program, referred to as LEAD, allows officers to use discretion contacting people who have committed low-level crimes that could be a result of untreated behavioral health issues. Instead of arresting someone who has committed one of these crimes, the officer can direct that person to the program to receive support services, including trauma-based care and even housing. The goal is to divert repeat offenders who may have addiction issues away from the criminal justice system, officials said. Kevin Kelly, who is leading the program for Denver’s Office of Behavioral Health Strategies, said LEAD allows service providers to meet program participants “where they’re at.” The pilot program is funded through 2020 by an almost $561,000 grant. The money comes from the state’s marijuana tax cash fund. To earn additional funding, Denver’s program will be evaluated for reductions in drug use and recidivism, cost savings and quality of life effects. RELATED: Gov. Polis wants to reopen a vacant Colorado prison — but his plan won’t add new beds to a crowded corrections system The goal is to reduce the likelihood of recidivism, improve a person’s life, free officers to address other criminal activity and save taxpayer money, Kelly said. Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen said his department has been eyeing the program for about 4 1/2 years. He said the pilot program will help officers reduce crime across the city, not just low-level crimes. Denver District Attorney Beth McCann pointed out that many criminal cases tend to involve a drug component, so a goal of the program is to address underlying problems rather than just putting people through the criminal justice system. “We are all committed to trying to find better ways to handle the problems of drug addiction and lower-level criminal activity … because of the impact of drugs,” she said. Denver City Attorney Kristin Bronson said the likelihood of a person re-offending is much lower when that person receives immediate support, rather than being sent to jail. “The perpetual cycle of incarceration cannot be broken until all parts of the system stand together, and I’m proud that we are doing that,” Bronson said. It’s also a taxpayer cost-saving measure. It costs more to have an individual go to jail and through the criminal justice system than it would to have someone go through the program, McCann said. Exact numbers were not immediately available. That’s not to say program participants will never re-offend, either. Officials recognized that the process won’t be fast or easy, but they will be able to track how the participants are doing. All involved will be notified of any new offenses. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”3362769,3349621,3356281″] Art Way of the Drug Policy Alliance’s National Criminal Justice Reform Strategy said police are on the front lines of providing wraparound services for individuals they interact with, rather than just putting people in jail. He called the program a public health approach as well as a way to provide mental and behavioral health services. Empowerment Program executive director Julie Kiehl said her agency — which provides support services for women in the criminal justice system — already was able to help one woman get into transitional housing through a LEAD referral. “We are thrilled to be a part of it,” she said.
19 Feb 19
Musings Of A Whimsical Soul

Let’s talk about my experience trying a Kiehl’s based skincare routine today. Hello, everyone! Today’s post is a bit different from my usual content on the blog and is about and itself an experiment. I’d love to hear how you feel about this and if you’d like to see more of these ‘experiments’. Let me […]

19 Feb 19
NBC Palm Springs - News, Weather, Traffic, Breaking News

[bc_video video_id=”6003667167001″ account_id=”5728959025001″ player_id=”Hkbio1usDM” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%”] The Palm Springs Aerial Tram is arguably one of the largest attractions in the valley. After severe weather last week, the tram is closed indefinitely which is posing problems for people in town for the long holiday weekend. One family came in from Mexico […]

18 Feb 19

It’s February and this is my 1st post of 2019. I’m not putting myself under too much pressure to post, and as you’re probably aware by now, I never really have. But I’m not ready to neglect my blog yet.

18 Feb 19
Lorean Styles

Hello, and Happy Monday. I hope you beauties are all having a great start to your Monday so far! As you guys know, Monday we chat Beauty – great products to use and new products to try out. This Monday I want to show you guys what I personally use to give my skin a […]