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Awesome and it's the 3rd one I've had since my housemate keeps ruinning my pans. I guess we both like to use it, but this time, I'm keeping it in my room!!! I'm not a possessive person........unless you're scoping my pans!!! I use just a tiny bit of garlic butter and I never have a problem with sticking. It says to season it but I use butter as a coating. Eggs taste better with garlic butter!!! I think you should season it if you don't want to use butter or oil all the time. We need to take care of our pans always.
During my first pregnancy, I found myself spending a lot of time fact-checking the litany of medical recommendations prescribed to expecting moms and was surprised to find how few of them were based on actual scientific evidence. I wished there was a book like this that had done the research for me and presented the facts and relative risks in a way that let me decide for myself what to eat, drink and do - it would have saved me a lot of time and anxiety! Women deserve to enjoy themselves and their pregnancies without unnecessarily worrying or restricting their lives.
I think that the negative reviews for this book come from those who have a particular axe to grind about alcohol use during pregnancy. There is no doubt that drinking in excess is a problem, much the same way that many things in excess are bad for you - even prenatal vitamins (there's a big difference between one a day and the whole bottle!). Fruit juice even contains small amounts of alcohol, so by the logic of no amount is "100% safe", should pregnant women add morning OJ on the list of things not to eat? One of the most risky thing that you can do pregnant, by far, to endanger yourself and your child is to drive a car. Should you only get behind the wheel when it's absolutely necessary? Skip meeting friends for dinner? Or trips to the mall? Order groceries online? The truth is, there is no such thing as a risk free pregnancy, and women deserve to make decisions based on sound facts.
I went back and forth on buying a Kindle for over a year....when I finally bought one, I immediately kicked myself for waiting so long! After giving books away when I ran out of space, only to wish later that I still had them, I was tired of wasting money on books that were no longer in my pocession. Now I have my entire library of book in one device! I worried I would miss the "feel" of a book in my hand, but the Kindle is so comfortable to hold and easy to read, that I don't miss physical books at all.
This is the first novel I have read in a long time that I literally could not put down until the book ended and I ran out of pages. The simple fact that such a scary event could happen made it more frightening. There were no "slow parts" to this book, no chapters were I wanted to skip over them due to boredom. The unique way the story was told was also riveting. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to experience a first-rate suspense story.
I've tried all sorts of high end foundations - Makeup Forever HD, Korres, Benefit, etc. and I finally got around to trying Bare Minerals. I'm glad I did! It gives a NATURAL finish that I love, since I'm trying to get away from the made-up look. I had no problem guessing to find a shade that matched me perfectly. I have a feeling that this stuff will go quickly since I use it pretty much every day, but it's worth it to me. It lasts all day and doesn't sink into the lines under my eyes too bad (although it will if I layer it over another concealer). I also have to be sure to wear a primer, especially around my nose, because this stuff accentuates my pores a lot. The finished product is worth it for me though... I will buy again :)