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My name is Amanda. I’m a single mom to a wild and sweet toddler girl, Genevieve. I call her Veve for short, and I named my handmade soap company after her.
I taught myself to make soap as part of my growing desire to use less chemicals, have less of an ecological footprint and to spend less money on quality bath products. I loved it right away and really enjoyed creating my own recipes and learning the benefits of all the different natural ingredients that are good for the skin, and it grew into making most of our personal care products. A year later, and now I have my own line full of natural bath and beauty products that feed your skin!
What is your blogging philosophy?
I like to write about anything that is happening in my life that other people might find useful.
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Thanks Amanada for your comment. Since you love books you would like to have this one.
Share the joy of Christmas as only you can. Record a Story: ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas allows family and friends to read this traditional Christmas story to children even when they can’t be there in person. Grandparents, friends, and other special people in a child’s life have the opportunity to share a personal moment across the miles. The personalized voice recording will be saved in these pages so your child can enjoy this book year after year.
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