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Dear Christi,

You may have noticed the wrap in my latest set of photos– yes, I’ve been tending to a sprain. I’ve been hiding it under maxis and midis for a few weeks, but… well, I ran out of them eventually. It’s actually the ankle that’s the problem. However, I’ve been compensating too much so now the knee is actually bothering me a lot worse. Figures. …

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Pretty in Paisley | Epiphany Chocolates Giveaway (closed)

It’s been a bit of a sugary week here on Delayed Missives– and since when have I become a food blogger? First I spoke with the chef behind momofuku milk bar, and today I’m pleased to offer a giveaway sponsored by my favorite truffle makers: Epiphany Chocolates. Don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I personally haven’t felt much like writing about what I wore or what nail polish I used last, and I think we could all use some extra smiles and sweetness right now.

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Epiphany Chocolates Love Pie? Eat Chocolate. Giveaway

You might remember me sharing Epiphany Chocolates during Fashion Week when I received a box in the Lucky FABB gift bag. But even if you don’t, Epiphany did and kindly sent me a selection of their Love Pie? Eat Chocolate. collection for fall. Love Pie? Eat Chocolate. contains seasonal flavors like Falling For You (pumpkin pie fudge), Slice of Heaven (apple cinnamon pie fudge), and Sweet Pie of Mine (maple pecan sweet potato pie fudge).

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#EclosBeauty Skin Care Review and Giveaway

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of éclos Skin Care. All opinions are 100% mine.

Several weeks ago, éclos beauty asked if I would review their Anti-Aging Skin Care Starter Kit, which contains stem cells extracted from the Swiss Uttwiler Spätlauber apple. I read about apple stem cells being used for skincare products years ago in Allure, but definitely couldn’t afford the high price points– at the time, skin care products containing apple stem cells were priced into the thousands.

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