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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Dr Lucy's Cinnamon Thin Cookies Review

                                              Disclaimer: I received a product free in exchange for a review

Dr. Lucy's cookies are gluten free and certified non-GMO. They also sell brownie crisps. 

From the cookie category, there are lemon, sugar, pumpkin, chocolate, oatmeal, maple bliss, and what I chose: cinnamon. I think there are 16 of these charms in a box.


The cookies are hard (I'm not being hard on them, just in case anyone wants to know) as opposed to soft. They're the perfect size, larger than bite size but not as big as a cookie you may buy individually.

They were flavorful and a fine silk bed of cinnamon is resting on the cookie (excuse the poetry.) 

Dr. Lucy Gibney made these treats with the intention of being allergy friendly (this all began when her child developed food allergies) so they do not contain peanuts or tree nuts. They are have 0g trans fat, 0mg cholesterol, and are vegan. See more certifications here

Anyway, these were delicious and my brother and I ate them quickly and would definitely recommend them as snacks.

I plan on purchasing Dr Lucy's other cookie flavors. Which would you choose to buy, if you saw them on the shelves of the supermarket?

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Preppy Southern Clothing Brands


Even though I am not from the south myself, I admit their traditional southern preppy brands are cute. Here I am going to share with you some of the less famous ones. I learned about them searching for free stickers, I admit. :) One of these places sends a sticker for only $1... in case anyone is googling things you can buy online for a dollar.

What you notice about a lot of the upcoming tees is they are "proudy made in the USA." I might buy a couple even though I usually don't spend that much on Tshirts (these are more pricey).

Southern Girl Prep: free stickers when you follow and tag on instagram or facebook. 

And one of the stickers that can be purchased from their site:





Dixieland Collection: This is on tees and a free desktop background



Fraternity Collection: This shirt can be found here.




Itsa Girl Thing: Great for everybody, as not all their shirts have "south" written on them. For eg in the "Just Fun" tees section there are a lot of kinds of Tshirts.


Fripp and Folly: outdoor lifestyle brand for guys

Southern Fried Cotton: countryside and coastal theme shirts with their logo

Lauren James: a huge selection (well at least comparatively) as they sell not only tshirts but other clothes and many accessories. Their stickers are really nice. The artwork on the shirts are airy and pretty. 

Lily Grace: preppy clothing and accessories for women e.g



Tied to the South: Mainly bow tie (logo) and dog shirts 

Southern Marsh: "The Original Southern Outfitter" 
Southern Tide: "Preppy Clothing: Best Polo Shirt Brands"

Southern Proper: "Preppy Clothing and Accessories"

Southern Lure: nautical theme tshirts, hats, rope bracelets etc



Burlebo: outdoors and southern theme shirts and caps (for guys)

Jadelynn Brooke: "My Mason Jar Runneth Over" shirt



Sticker Request: (This is what they look like)


Southern Anchor: shirts, hats, koozies etc with anchor logo



Crescent Cotton Tees: "Deeply Rooted in Southern Ground" 
Shirts and hats with their logo on various backgrounds

Southern Shirt: Tshirts with Southern theme such as state flag, bowties etc

A couple others:

Bayview Prep (Florida based, supports wildlife there)
free sticker: http://bayviewprep.com/pages/free-preppy-stickers

Makai Clothing (supports turtles)

These are actually not all of them, if a brand (especially small) stumbles on this and wants theirs added, please email or leave a note in the comments.