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CHIT CHAT

Think of CHIT CHAT as a place where you can submit your fashion and lifestyle questions. Send me your questions and I’ll post the answers. No question is too large or too small. Just need some inspiration for your next date night outfit? How about what patterns to mix and match? Or what type of denim fits your body style the best? I’m game. Now, send me your questions so we can CHIT CHAT.

We’re kicking this series off with a great question from Marina, a 29 year old teacher looking for the perfect pedicure:

“What’s a good summer color for a pedicure?”
With summer coming to a close, you can look at this from two angles: you can choose a fun, flirty, pastel color if you want to hang on to summer a little longer; or you can go with a bold and feisty color to help usher in fall. Marina chose a paisley purple:

Pastel Purlple

Which way would you go? Tell me below!

 

5 Responses to “CHIT CHAT”

  1. Julie

    Hi Sabrina,

    I recently spent some time reading your blog posts, (aka: adoring your sense of fashion and admiring your vibrant approach to living). It’s my understanding from your website that you are both a volunteer mentor for the National Psoriasis Foundation and a Nutrition and Wellness consultant. At the risk of taking liberties with my interpretation, I believe that this puts common ground beneath our feet, as far as health and well-being is concerned.

    It is on the basis of this value for natural health,and because of your strong, positive and influential voice, that I would like — if you will permit me — to send some samples of our product, Brolico®, for you to try.

    Brolico® is a newly discovered nutrient in broccoli that can only be obtained using a patented method of extraction (it has to be extracted because our bodies do not break down and absorb the nutrient when consumed in the form of broccoli). By developing a way to obtain the nutrient from broccoli and put it into tablet form, we have been able to witness an increase in immune system function that reaches up to 385 times the activity produced by commonly used extracts such as fucoidan or b-glucan.

    Our purpose is to support and fortify immune system function naturally, and while we have been very successful in Japan we are for the first time attempting to establish ourselves in the U.S. For this reason, we are enlisting the aid of strong, honest, like-minded voices in the effort to get the word out. We have put together a sample kit with detailed information regarding our research, our mission, and our success in Japan, as well as a free 60-day supply of Brolico®.

    We would very much like to send this sample kit to you. Would it be possible to get your mailing address? Please let me know.

    Sincerely,

    Julie Whittaker
    The Brolico® Team

    Reply
    • vaibhav

      Hi Sabrina,

      Did you try the this product mentioned above . was it helpful ?

      Reply
  2. Josh

    Hi Sabrina –

    Tried messaging you on Linked In but have not heard back. I am working with two other agencies on a SXSW event and wanted to discuss a possible panelist opportunity with you. Please reach out if you’d like to discuss.

    Reply
  3. Jessica Kane

    Hi

    I am a freelance copywriter for several different companies and was wondering if you would be interested in a guest
    post on your website (http://homegrownhouston.com/).

    My clients pay me to write blog articles on reputable websites for their SEO and link building initiatives.

    I’m open to writing on any travel, home decor, DIY, or small business marketing or finance related topic you’d like.

    There is no fee for this service.

    Please let me know if you’d like me to write several articles for your blog.

    Jessica Kane

    Freelance Copywriter and SEO Specialist

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicakanewrites/

    Reply
    • SabrinaDSkiles

      Hi Jessica – thanks for the comment! I will reach out and let you know.

      Reply

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