WhistlePig The Black Prince should be hitting shelves any minute. But the pewter bottle topper you see here isn't the one you're likely to find in the wild. This is the original "skinny hog" released in very limited quantities earlier this year. The full fall release has a more prominent fat hog topper. We snapped this picture during our visit to WhistlePig Farm last summer. Read about our visit on the Chicago Bourbon blog at the bio link!
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Lucky 7 - Seven things I’m thankful for 🙏 🙏
And here we are guys! The biggest foodie-lovers day of the year, Thanksgiving! Of course, I have many, many things in my life to be ever so thankful for, from good family and friends, to simply a roof over my head and clean running water, to the more decadent things in life, like my electric blanket and my extra-long cell phone charger cord! Oh and most importantly, my HEALTH, I thank God every day that I have a healthy, strong, able body to get me through my daily tasks. If you are ever in a funk with your life, put it in perspective, that is what I do. For every one negative that comes to mind, replace it with 2 positives, and before you know it, 2 turns to 3, 3 turns to 4...you catch my drift. Anyway, I will spare you all the heartfelt gushy stuff and instead share my top 7 foodie tips, tricks and gadgets that I am most thankful for and cannot live without. Enjoy - there are some good ones on this week’s blog post: LIVE LINK IN BIO ☝️and Scroll through for pics!
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Playing architect today. Swamped in LV stores design. ✏️
Harper’s Bazaar was the first of the women’s magazines to run hair removal advertisements in a campaign that debuted in 1914. As arms and legs became more exposed, Gillette created the Milady Décolleté, which launched an anti-underarm hair campaign in 1915. With the first safety razor specifically for women available, Gillette ads urged them to remove “unsightly” and “objectionable hair” from their bodies, especially their underarms. In an ad that appeared in Harper’s Bazaar in 1915, completely bare underarms were a “necessity” to show off completely bare arms.
Learn more about the history of female body hair removal in this week's blog post at womensmuseumca.org/blog
ON THE BLOG TODAY: Stop the glorification of busy. This post is specifically for those of us going through difficult times. You don't have to be super human. You don't have to be mega productive. You don't have to keep up social expectations, and most importantly, you don't have to keep busy! I'm here to tell you to be kind to yourself, go easy on yourself, lighten your load, and rest when you can. You can read more by clicking on the link on my bio page. #brisbaneblogger#newpost#blogpost#busy#stress#stoptheglorificationofbusy