September Favs

I love beauty products and will try anything at least once as long as it has  good reviews. Good reviews are always my weakness. If you get enough people to like it, than that means I am trying it! There has been plenty of times where I’ve tried things that just weren’t meant for me,Continue reading “September Favs”


It’s finally giveaway time! 1 lucky winner will be getting: Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern  Renaissance Palette Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector Sephora Eyeshadow brush set Choker Set Boscia Luminizing Mask Pink Coconut Hand Cream Giveaway Rules: ✔️Like this photo on instagram✔️Tag a friend ✔️Follow @livingchiclyaverage on instagram ✔️Follow this website usingContinue reading “Giveaway”

Grits Sunny Side Up

Grits!? what is that? Being born and raised in Massachusetts, grits isn’t exactly a common thing, which lead me to thinking of where it came from. It turns out that grits origins came from American Indian corn preparation. Additionally, three-quarters of grits sold in the U.S. are predominantly from the South, stretching from Texas to Virginia. GritsContinue reading “Grits Sunny Side Up”

Sausage Fettuccine

While pasta is culturally associated with Italy, it is said that the idea came from ancient Asian noodles. A common belief is that it was brought to Italy from China by Marco Polo during the 13th century. Regardless of where it came from, pasta is one of my favorite foods to indulge in. Let us not forgetContinue reading “Sausage Fettuccine”

Teriyaki Flank Steak

I‘ve taken a new fitness journey and have decided to consume only brown rice instead of the traditional white rice that I grew up eating. For dinner tonight, I decided to pair my brown rice with some delicious teriyaki flank steak. I don’t eat a lot of redmeat, but I crave it from time toContinue reading “Teriyaki Flank Steak”

Trending Spring 2017

Trends are not something I typical follow when it comes to fashion. I tend to like classic pieces that I can spice up or tone down depending on my mood. I also don’t like the idea of having to purchase a new wardrobe every season to keep up with what’s “trending”. I mean, of course ifContinue reading “Trending Spring 2017”

Dragon Fruit

Dragon fruit is native to Central America but is also grown and exported from several Southeast Asian countries, like Thailand. Taken from several cactus species, its luscious stem provides a uniquely delicious fruit. The flavor is slightly sweet, like a blend of kiwi and apple with crunchy texture. If you’ve never seen it before, it ofContinue reading “Dragon Fruit”

Beets and Squash Avocado Alfredo

Based on the many horrible foods that we probably shouldn’t be consuming, I have made an effort to introduce healthier substitutes for the foods that I do love. One being PASTA! So walking through Wholefoods, I came across beet noodles and squash noodles. I couldn’t make up my mind on which I wanted, so IContinue reading “Beets and Squash Avocado Alfredo”


The brand that many makeup junkies like myself had to try was the trending #KylieCosmetics eyeshadows. Kylie Jenner, little sister to the tv reality stars, the Kardashians, launched Kylie Cosmetics last year after the success of launching her liquid lip sticks and glosses. After revealing the Kylie Lip Kits to the world, her fans of courseContinue reading “Kyshadows”


So I love trying out new products! A new one that I came across that I have been using is by Tatcha ! My first impression was “how the heck is a powder going to get my face clean?” Well folks, I was wrong. This powder turns into a creamy foam that cleanses and makes my faceContinue reading “Tatcha”

Shrimp Rangoon

I love Crab Rangoon! It’s usually apart of my order when I get Chinese take-out. On some menu’s they are called crab puffs and on others cheese wontons. Based on who is eating them, they can be served with soy sauce, plum sauce, duck sauce, sweet and sour sauce, or mustard for dipping. I serveContinue reading “Shrimp Rangoon”

Dry Rubbed Wings

It’s really easy to cook chicken wings in the oven. I made a spicy dry rub to marinate my wingette and drumette pieces. In my household, spicy food is a must, but you can always leave out the spices that bring heat to satisfy whatever your palette may like.  Ingredients: 10-20 wingettes & drumettes (will varyContinue reading “Dry Rubbed Wings”