J.R. Watkins Body Scrub, ELF Jasmine Nail Polish Set, Nailed It! Nail Wraps
Eyes Lips Face (ELF) does super cute Disney Princesses inspired beauty and nail sets and I happened to find the Jasmine nail polish set at Wal-Greens. I've been wearing the minty green and non-glittery purple colors for the last two or so weeks and absolutely love it.
I got these in February but wanted to mention just how awesome Espionage Cosmetics is. They have a nail wrap line called Nailed It! and it's focused on everything geeky and nerdy. If you want to check out an epic haul of nail wraps, check out this Usagi In Wonderland post! OMG!
Lego Elves set, Trigger Warning
Lego came out with this amazing new collection called Elves. I picked up the boat and built it and then picked up one of the smaller sets (a tree) that I've yet to find the time to build. These are actually aimed at young girls and the mini figures are like the ones in the Lego Friends collection but, man, I love this new line!
Neil Gaiman is one of my favorite authors, especially his short story and novella writing. Trigger Warning has been a great read so far, lots of stories that remind me why Gaiman is one of the greats currently writing.
Dragon Age: Inquisition, Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
My favorite "classic" fairy tale is actually the collection of stories found in One Thousand And One Nights. In particular, the stories of Aladdin and Sinbad. Magi is an anime that is based loosely on these tales and kind of all throws them together into a single world. It's very much a cliche anime but does have its deep moments.
I'll let you in on a secret: I didn't enjoy the first two Dragon Age games. I loved Mass Effect but for some reason DA couldn't grab me. Inquisition is a vast improvement in my opinion and I still haven't beaten it after 60+ hours in! We'll see what happens when Witcher 3 comes out, though...
As for the month of March overall, it was hectic at best. I've been trying to get more fit with a exercise routine, putting together a brand new freelance business, working back-to-back campaign launches at work, and have finally started to get my anxiety and depression under control.
How was your March? What were some of your favorites? Let me know!