Let It Snow VoxBox Unboxing

So not long ago I found out about this app called Influenster from a friend. You connect your social profiles and answer questions about different topics regarding products. You basically say whether you like it or not. Has a place to leave reviews. And has some sort of Ebates program (which I HAVE NOT figured out yet, nor tried to figure out).

If chosen, you get sent free products to rate, review, and keep! The best part to me, was that the items are FULL SIZE, not samples. I didn’t really think I would ever get chosen to receive a box, but I did! Getting that box in the mail was beyond exciting. Since I was extremely pumped, the boxes are rare, and I love playing on youtube, I thought I’d make an unboxing video.

I received 5 full size products, well really I received 3 and my doggy received 2. Receiving free gifts in the mail is so much fun and as I’ve learned “gifts” is one of my love languages, so yes, I get joy from it, #noshame.

Have you tried Influenster? Received a VoxBox? Do you think dry shampoo is as life changing as I do?

*all products in video were received complimentary for testing purposes.

Electrolytes, Water & The Keto Diet

Whether you’re new or old to the whole keto diet thing, you need to know about electrolytes.

What are they? Sodium, Potassium, & Magnesium

When eating a ketogenic diet it’s very possible to become dehydrated and to deplete your electrolytes. Signs your electrolytes are low: Headaches, Muscle Cramps, Fatigue, Nausea, Constipation.

You can also experience some of those symptoms when you aren’t drinking enough water. All those carbs you use to eat? They held water. So, while embarking on this lifestyle we want to make sure that you stay hydrated and keep those electrolyte levels up.

In this video I mention a few different ways you can do this:

  1. Electrolyte Tablets
  2. Foods You Consume
  3. Vitamin Supplements

Most people do some type of mix of the above list, but it is possible to keep your levels in tact through food consumption only. You need to do what works for you and your body.

 

What do you do to keep your electrolytes at healthy levels? Comment ↓