Thursday Recos

  • October 12, 2017
  • By Kathy@MoreCoffeeLessTalky
  • 13 Comments




1) BeFunky online photo editor.  Found out some people don't like Canva so here's another good (free) photo editor that's very similar to PicMonkey.


2) 80s Quiz, 90s Quiz and Trivia 360 phone apps.  USE WITH EXTREME CAUTION; may cause excessive playing and major annoyance to friends.

Download them, free, on your app store:
80s quiz - Android / iOS
90s quiz - Android / iOS
Trivia 360 - Android / iOS

3) Royal Jelly skin creamMy skin was freaking out - dry with dry spots, flaky patches, irritated, hypersensitive - and the only thing that helped it get back on track (aside from cutting out the collagen powder that was making my skin awful) was applying this luxurious cream.  It's thick and soothing and super hydrating. 
  • Filled with vitamins to restore + invigorate tired skin
  • Soothes + hydrates skin while it provides protection from free radicals
  • Calendula Extract, is used to treat open wounds, soothes + heals skin
  • Rose Blossom water is calming + soothing while keeping skin hydrated throughout the day
  • Royal Jelly hydrates + softens even the most sensitive skin for a radiant, luminous complexion.
  • Royal Jelly is an antioxidant + protects skin from aggressive external elements.
  • The combination of natural + organic ingredients with Royal Jelly was formulated to be regenerating and to slow down the natural aging process

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13 comments

  1. I use beFunky and Canva. BeFunky has some pretty good editing tools and Canva for templates. Pickmonkey just gave a lot of their clients away.

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  2. I used beFunky for awhile, but have really stopped using any photo programs. Oooops.

    Will keep the cream on my list, right now coconut oil works for me.

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  3. That cream sounds so nice. I'm going to try making my own but if that doesn't work, I know where to turn for sure.

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  4. Laughing so hard about your trivia game addiction! My mom is also 100% addicted to games like that, haha!

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  5. I've used BeFunky before and I do like it. I'm a total Canva diehard though. Not only do I use it for the blog, I also use it DAILY for work.

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  6. I need to download those trivia game apps, rabbit hole here I come!

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  7. Haha I haven't touched the trivia app since the one time I played. I got stuck on one and quit. Royal Jelly was in one of the Burts Bees moisturizers I tried awhile back and I really liked how soft it made my skin feel. I need to check out BeFunky!

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  8. So many amazing editing software & apps out now. Everyone can have amazing photos now if they want.

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  9. I've never heard of befunky. I'll have to take a look at it. Normally I recommend Canva to clients, so it's good to have another option for them. I can imagine how easy it would be to get lost in those trivia apps. Bookmarking the cream for potential use!

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  10. Thanks for all of the recommendations. I'll have to check out that photo editing site. I use Canva now, but I like having an option!

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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  11. I didnt know about BeFunky! Thanks for the good resource!

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  12. I hadn't heard of Be Funky. I like Canva, and used to use PicMonkey for collages... but I don't even know that it is free anymore. :( Lame. I'll have to look into this. Glad you found something you like for your dry skin. Also, yeah addictive apps are the best/worst. XO - Alexandra

    Simply Alexandra: My Favorite Things

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