NEW etsy Listing: Beaded Wrap Bracelet

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I’ve gotten the fever again to start making and selling jewelry on etsy. If you see something you’re interested in, let me know here on on my etsy storefront. I’d LOVE to work with you!

Here is the listing (plus you can click through on the photos above):

SHOWN: 12″ beaded wrap bracelet

This listing is for one particular bracelet. The string is a rough texture and black in color. The beads are yellow and translucent. The button resembles cream-colored lace.

However, all my bracelets are customized for YOU.
1. Pick your leather/string color
2. Pick your bead color (or color palette, season, holiday, etc.)
3. Pick your length (bracelet can wrap once as shown above or multiple times – price shown is for a single wrap)
3. (For a little extra, I can add decorative charms, buttons, etc.)

I can also create multiple bracelets for you, gifts for birthdays/showers, etc. A girl can never have too many accessories and stacked bracelets are really on trend right now.

I can do practically any combination you want, just message me with which color and direction you have in mind. Each bracelet is handmade with love, which makes them completely unique!

I can’t wait to hear from you and create a unique piece of wearable art that is all your own!

You can usually expect to receive your bracelet in 1-2 weeks from the date payment is accepted. I’m happy to work with you if you need them sooner – just send me a message!

Thank you.

Wantable “Accessories” Subscription Box – September 2014

Wantable is a hyper-personalized monthly subscription box. They have three options: Makeup, Accessories and Intimates. Each box is $36/mo. and you take a in-depth profile quiz to let Wantable know your loves, likes and dislikes. Essentially, this helps from getting samples/products/etc. that you’d never be interested in.

A couple days ago, I received my September Accessories Box. I also have reviews for the September Intimates Box and the September Makeup Box in recent blog posts – check ‘em all out. I am really happy with the items I got in my Wantable Accessories Box! They were all super unique and fun additions to my growing collection!


There were 4 items in my Wantable September Accessories Box. From WantableAlthough we love summer weather, there’s nothing better than fall fashion. Colors get vampy and bold and it’s finally cooling off enough to pile on the layers. We’ve fully embraced these trends and can hardly wait to slip into some soft sweaters and wear all of our favorite autumn pieces. September’s pieces have a darker edge to them. Distressed metals, bold jewel tones, and loads of geometric shapes are abundant throughout our collection. Multi tone is having a moment now too, so we have plenty of pieces to help you wear this trend flawlessly. We also love the idea of layering silver and gold pieces and mixing in a little rose gold for a girly spin on modern metallics. Featured brand Cate & Chloe has some amazing pieces with clean lines and designer inspiration that will become your new favorites. It’s time to vamp it up this fall and unleash your inner bad girl.

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  1. Dakota Scarf
  2. June Stud Earrings
  3. Ryleigh Earrings
  4. Kai Bracelet


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From Wantable: The Dakota Scarf is an infinity design with a unique, wavy pattern inspired by the flames of a roaring campfire. STYLE TIP: For a pop of color, pair with a bold, fuchsia lip. (RV: $21)

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From Wantable: A perfect Cate & Chloe addition. Sweet, chic, simple. These knotted, mesh studs are all the rage this season and are sure to be your new favorite accessory. (RV: $41)

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From Wantable: The Ryleigh Earrings feature a unique design of double-sided spikes linked with a double chain detail. STYLE TIP: Pair with a smoky eye, glossy lips and a spiky gold necklace for a chic rocker look. (RV: $17)

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From Wantable: The Kai Bracelet features a simple design of flat, colorful stones. (RV: $16)

THE VERDICT: I am in love with this Wantable box! I’ve already worn all the pieces. The bracelet is the least exciting, but still very pretty. The retail value of this box was $95… And yet I got these four pieces for only $36! Can’t wait to see what next month brings!!!

Previous ‘Accessories’ Reviews:

September 2014 Stitch Fix Review – Stitch Fix #8

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Yesterday, I got my eighth Stitch Fix in the mail! I kept two items from my last Fix (the leopard print clutch and the color block maxi dress), and I’ve been dying to get this latest Stitch Fix in my hands! I was really clear that I’d like to have a consistent stylist moving forward and that I wanted items for my upcoming beach vacation in this fix. I also spent a lot of time updating my Pinterest Style Board called “For My Stitch Fix Stylist” in the hopes it would make my future fixes even more successful.

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A few days ago I peeked in my account to try and figure out what was coming, but it only lists the names of the items and doesn’t include pictures. So…I had an idea of what was headed my way, but didn’t have any clue as to the colors or patterns of things.

  1. Zad: Akira Diamond Shape Hoop Earrings ($28)
  2. Pomelo: Priya Arrow Print Knit-Back Tank ($54)
  3. Veronica M: Elaina Mixed Print Spaghetti Strap Belted Maxi Dress ($118)
  4. 41Hawthorn: Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan ($28)
  5. Creative Commune: Laguna Abstract Floral Flutter Sleeve Blouse ($64)

My note from my stylist (Nicole):

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Stitch Fix comes with an information card which includes a listing of everything in the box, prices, and then a total of how much everything would be if you kept everything in the box (it deducts your $20 styling fee and the 25% discount for keeping all of your items):

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Here is what I received:

Zad: Akira Diamond Shape Hoop Earrings ($28): This was the first item I saw in my box. I’m always down for simple, easy jewelry that I can wear every day so these are definitely great for me! VERDICT: Kept!

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Pomelo: Priya Arrow Print Knit-Back Tank ($54): I really like this tank. The material on the front is more of a silk blend with a fun pattern and the back is a breathable black cotton knit. It’s an easy piece that can be casual with shorts or dressed up with a blazer and a statement necklace.  VERDICT: Kept!

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Veronica M: Elaina Mixed Print Spaghetti Strap Belted Maxi Dress ($118): This dress was beautiful – although pricey. I loved the style, colors and print. Unfortunately, though, it was just too tight and a little unflattering overall. It was also a little shorter than I generally like for a maxi. I wanted this dress to work so badly, but it wasn’t meant to be. VERDICT: Returned!

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41Hawthorn: Abrianna Longsleeve Knit Cardigan ($28): This cardigan is simple and easy. The color is a little brighter than something I would normally go for, but it’s pretty. I’m still on the fence about it. I’m just not sure how this blue will fit into my fall wardrobe. VERDICT: Undecided!

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Creative Commune: Laguna Abstract Floral Flutter Sleeve Blouse ($64): This top is pretty but not really my style. I’m disappointed because I returned a ‘flutter sleeve blouse’ last fix for fit issues, so I’m not sure why I got one again the very next time. The colors and pattern are just ok, I don’t love it or hate it. The fit was TERRIBLE and it was a no from the jump! VERDICT: Returned!

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I really like the styling cards included in my Stitch Fix box. They help provide inspiration on how you might pair this new find with something already in your closet.

For my eight box – I had mixed feelings. I still don’t feel like I’m totally being listened to. On this Fix, only two of the 5 items made sense for a beach vacation which is what I specifically asked for. I do appreciate, though, that I requested Nicole because she had previously styled my favorite Fix (#3) I’d received so far and she styled this fix as well. I still love the concept and as long as I love even one piece so I don’t lose my styling fee, I’m a happy Stitch Fix girl! Excited to see what’s in my next box, set to arrive in 2-3 weeks.


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If you don’t know the greatness that is Stitch Fix, let me break it down for you… Basically, Stitch Fix is a personal shopping/styling service for women. You sign up (HERE) and fill out an in-depth style profile about all your fashion likes and dislikes, sizes and even budget preferences. Are you more preppy or more rock n’ roll? Do you wear T-shirts and jeans – or are you never caught without a dress? You can even link to a Pinterest board to really show your stylist what your personal style is all about…


Once you’re all signed up, you’ll receive a box once a month with outfits and accessories HAND-PICKED for you by your personal Stitch Fix stylist. There is a $20 styling fee each month. IF you choose to keep even one item, that $20 is applied to your purchase price. Even better, if you decide to keep all 5 items – you get an additional 25% off your total order. Essentially – you keep what you love and you send back anything that doesn’t work. You only pay for the items to decide to hang on to, and you are charged when you ‘check out’ each month on your Stitch Fix page. You have a few days to try everything on and the box comes with a bag and a prepaid return label so you can easily ship back the pieces you aren’t interested in.

Wantable “Makeup” Subscription Box – September 2014

Wantable is a hyper-personalized monthly subscription box. They have three options: Makeup, Accessories and Intimates. Each box is $36/mo. and you take a in-depth profile quiz to let Wantable know your loves, likes and dislikes. Essentially, this helps from getting samples/products/etc. that you’d never be interested in.

A couple days ago, I received my September Makeup Box. I also have reviews for the September Intimates Box and the September Accessories Box in recent blog posts – check ‘em all out. I was really really happy with the items I got in my Wantable Makeup Box this time around. They are bold and versatile – just like me!


There were 4 items in my Wantable September Makeup Box. From WantableFall is here and there’s nothing we love more than a bold look this season. We’re loving deep jewel tone shades on eyes, lips, and nails and we have some amazing products to pull it off flawlessly. For sexy smoky eye, we have pressed shadows from professional favorite, MUD Make-Up Designory and mineral shadows from Aussie brand, MARSK. Define those peepers with Cattiva Cosmetics’ Precisione Eye Liner and GrandeLASH-MD’s mascara. Dramatic eyes call for a subtle lip, and Geri G.’s Lip Gloss Crèmes are both beautiful and nourishing. If bold lips have your heart, Vincent Longo’s Lip & Cheek Gel Stain is just the ticket. Bold color is beautiful, but you can’t neglect the basics of well groomed brows and perfect skin. OFRA’s complexion products and brow products from Billion Dollar Brows have you covered. Don’t forget about the perfect nails! DARKSIDE, Liberty Republic’s newest collection of SPELLBOUND Nail Lacquers, are available exclusively in our September Collection. With these wickedly gorgeous lacquers, it’s oh so good to be bad.

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  1. FACE Stockholm Nail Polish (Want-A-Blue)
  2. Tarina Tarantino Dollskin Blush Pallete
  3. MUD Eye Color Compacts (Bronze)
  4. Vincent Longo Lip and Cheek Stain (Berry)

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From Wantable: This exclusive grey-blue shade is perfect for cool spring days. FACE Stockholm’s iconic polishes are coveted all over the world, and even sold in JCrew! (RV: $12)

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From Wantable: This silky powder blush imparts skin with a natural glow and true color payoff that wears all day long! This formula has micronized powders (also known as HD or High Definition) which blend over skin evenly and easily! These 4 beautiful shades are housed in an incredibly luxe gunmetal casing with iconic Tarina design detailing! (RV: $45)

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From Wantable: Vibrant and silky Eye Colors, lushly rich pigments for long-lasting color. Specially formulated with superior ingredients tested by makeup professionals. The unique velvet consistency allows these versatile shadows to glide on smoothly and evenly – wet or dry. (RV: $14.50)

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From Wantable: The best-selling Lip & Cheek Gel Stain boasts a new gel formula that is now gluten and paraben-free. The coveted waterproof and kiss resistant line of saturated hues are designed to work double duty on the liips and cheeks for an extremely long-wearing flush of natural color.  (RV: $24)



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I was super happy with this Wantable box, andI’ll definitely use all the products included. I feel like the contents were totally my style and work beautifully together for a really fierce look overall. The retail value of this box was $95.50… Definitely a steal getting all this for only $36! Can’t wait to see what next month brings.

Previous Wantable Makeup Box Reviews:

Wantable “Intimates” Subscription Box – September 2014

Wantable is a hyper-personalized monthly subscription box. They have three options: Makeup, Accessories and Intimates. Each box is $36/mo. and you take a in-depth profile quiz to let Wantable know your loves, likes and dislikes. Essentially, this helps from getting samples/products/etc. that you’d never be interested in. And, of course, I’m subscribed to all three boxes…

A couple days ago, I received my September Intimates Box. I’ll share my reviews of the other boxes as they come in later this month…


There were 3 items in my Wantable September Intimates Box. From Wantable: Get ready for some beautiful new Intimates handpicked just for you! Whether you prefer sexy lace or comfortable cotton, we have the perfect Intimates for you this September. We’re thrilled to introduce Wantable newcomer, Bootights. Dreamed up by founder Shelby Mason, Bootights are the answer to the blisters, snags, and cold feet that often come with wearing tights with boots. Her innovative design combines boot-friendly socks attached to fashion forward tights for the perfect combination of comfort and style. September is shaping up with innovative shapewear from Waist Watcher and the perfect camis and tanks from Yummie by Heather Thomson that make great layering pieces. Finally, to spice up your underwear drawer, we have beautiful panties and soft bras from Real Underwear and new styles from Honeydew Intimates. Summer may be nearly gone, but our fall Intimates have never been hotter.

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  1. Icy Hot Laser Love Boyshort (Black)
  2. Spree Intimates Floral Lace Bralette Set (Aqua)
  3. Bootights

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From Wantable: This adorable and comfortable boyshort is laser cut for the ultimate smoothness and zero panty lines. (RV: $24)

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From Wantable: This beautiful bralette and thong set features floral printed lace. The bralette has lightly padded lining and adjustable straps. (RV: $22)


From Wantable: Classic semi-opaque with attached mid-calf sock. Perfect for taller boots. This longer sock style lessens risk of snags and runs. Comes in assorted colors and patterns! (RV: $32)


THE VERDICT: I was a little disappointed with this Wantable box! The pieces were pretty basic and not terribly exciting – however I’ll still probably put everything to good use. I actually gave the tights to mom and she was super appreciative. The retail value of this box was $78. Definitely a steal getting all this for only $36! Can’t wait to see what next month brings!!!

Previous Intimates Box reviews:

{September} CURRENTLY…

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I’m registered on a website called Book Bub, where I’m sent a daily email with free or cheap e-books to read on my Kindle or Nook. Because I’m a voracious reader, this is awesome… but also leads me to read some really strange stuff sometimes. Currently, I’m reading a book called “Psycophilia: A Disturbing Psychological Thriller.” It is seriously DARK and disturbing, but interesting too… In short, the main character (Charlotte) married very well. Her husband (Gregory) is all about appearances, but very cold and distant behind closed does. He is also having an affair with their young Japanese housemaid. Charlotte has a tragic past and struggles with overcoming that pain and other tendencies like OCD. From the Amazon review: Plagued with strange memory gaps, Charlotte wants her life back, even if someone has to die for her to get it. She has tried so hard to be what Gregory wanted her to be, and yet still he doesn’t love her. Pregnant, miserable, and knowing she is being betrayed by the one person she had left to rely on, she promises herself that she will do whatever it takes.
She must learn the truth about what happened before that day on the lake, but lies can be seductive and easier to believe, especially when they are her own.



I’m #obsessed with Iggy Azalea right now. Her songs are so fun and dance-worthy. YJ and I will shamelessly jam in the car! She is a boss and I’m all about it!



Sleeping in… It is a straight up struggle to get out of bed some mornings. I will hit the snooze button for over an hour and a half… with no intention of getting up. I’ve gotten it down to a science to estimate what’s the last possible moment I have to sleep before I must get up, shower, get dressed and get out the door. I need to get my butt in gear and start my mornings off earlier again…



Usually my nails are much more exciting, but today is a simple charcoal grey manicure with a pink glitter overlay on my party nail. (And of course I had to get a shot with my ring in there!)



WATER! I’ve been super dehydrated lately so I’m drink water like it’s my job… Not terribly exciting, but that’s what’s up!



I’m trying to eat healthier … I’ve got a beach vacation at the end of the month and my wedding dress shows up next month. There’s a lot of green in my life right now…



It’s a toss up right now between Bachelor in Paradise and Big Brother… I swear, the dumber the reality show… the more entertaining and the more likely I’m totally addicted.

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I went to work out with my trainer last night and was totally useless. I’m not saying I’m super strong or anything, but I can usually do way more than what my body was attempting yesterday… After talking through it with him, it turns out that I was/am SUPER dehydrated from my Labor Day visit to Spa Castle. Turns out you really have to replenish all those fluids you sweat out in the sauna. Now I know…



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My first Spa Castle experience and review


To celebrate our Labor Day holiday, YJ and I ventured to Spa Castle in Carrollton, TX today to get our relaxation on! We were excited and super nervous and really had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. I’m happy to report, though, that we had the BEST time and can’t wait to go back soon. I figured I’d put a little blog together to share our experience and hopefully de-mystify it a bit for you if you ever decide to go (which you totally should…)



You walk into this grand “castle” and check-in at the front desk. Admission is $35/person and that price grants you access for a full 24 hours to all the sauna rooms, hydrotherapy pools, fitness centers and lounges. Any massages, reflexology or exfoliation treatments are additional.

Once you are checked-in and pay your fee, you are given a “watch” (more on that later) and directed to the locker rooms… guys to the left and ladies to the right.

You immediately place your shoes in the tiny locker assigned to you and now you can expect to be barefoot for the rest of your spa experience. Once your shoes are locked away, you are greeted by the locker room attendant who will give you a “uniform” that consists of a thick cotton v-neck Tshirt and cotton gym shorts. Girls get pink and boys get blue. NOTE: These uniforms run small, so order a size or two up from what you wear in real life (sizes S – 3X).


You are required to wear this uniform in all of the sauna rooms and the fitness center (or Floors 2 &3 once you know the layout). You watch is a pretty smart device – it locks/unlocks your assigned locker that corresponds to the number on your watch. It also serves as a virtual debit card, where you can ring up food/spa/etc. purchases throughout your day – and then you tab out when you are ready to leave Spa Castle.

Ok. Now you are all uniformed up and ready to sweat.

YJ and I planned to meet on the 2nd floor outside of Sauna Valley.

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From Spa Castle’s website: Each room, equally ornate in structure and design, offers specific healing affects through the combination of the infrared rays converted to heat with the natural essence of the room itself. The lining of each room is made from natural and authentic components, each organically beneficial to the body.

Here are the rooms (and we checked ALL of the out):

  • Gold Pyramid (plates of 98% real gold) // From the Ancient Romans to the Egyptians, gold was used for its numerous medicinal healing and beauty powers. Some believe that it reduces dependency on alcohol, caffeine, nicotine and carbohydrates. A more proven benefit of gold is its ability to improve mental acuity and concentration through increasing the conductivity between nerve endings. Concurrently, it is beneficial for rejuvenating sluggish organs, especially in the brain and digestive system. Gold is used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases.

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No surprise here, the Gold room was my absolute favorite! It was around 160 degrees and sparkly… The raised beds were unique and brought me even closer to the heat. I wanted to move in!

  • Charcoal Tower (activated charcoal, fine black carbon powder superheated with steam) // With its ability to absorb thousands of times its own weight, charcoal has been used since the ancient Egyptian times to extract impurities from the body. Activated charcoal is used to treat certain kinds of poisoning, as well as to filter water. This room allows for ingested toxins to be extracted from the body, to kill bacteria and viruses, and lower cholesterol levels.

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The charcoal room was fantastic… I think I sweated the most here, which was the goal, right? YJ and I sat side by side here and really quieted ourselves.

  • LoessTower (yellow soil of Korea) // This room provides the ultimate meditative environment through the hand painted walls and soothing aroma of the yellow clay. The infrared rays emitted from the Loess clay help blood circulation and metabolism, as well as relieve headaches, arthritis, liver ailment and even obesity. Blood is detoxified as the infrared heat pushes out wastes from the pores. Heated loess is recommended to prevent topical dermatitis as well as for relief from asthma.


This room was also incredible… YJ says it was his favorite. It was hot without being overwhelming.

  • Roman Bath (a modern replicate of the traditional Roman public baths) // In the ancient times, stones heated in a fireplace were gathered in an enclosed room. Water was then thrown over them to produce steam, dispersing the heat. This room superheats stones in the center of the room and stimulates sweat glands, increases blood circulation, cleanses respiratory tracts and improves elasticity of conjunctive tissues and muscles. More oxygen is distributed throughout the body, improving organ functions.


  • Color Therapy (Chromo-therapy) // Used in traditional Chinese and Indian medicine, this alternative method focuses on the use of colors to balance “energy” within the mind, body, and soul. Specific colors are linked to different organs in the body, affecting emotions, moods, and physiological conditions. When the energy of a particular organ is thrown off by disease, sickness, or distress, exposing the body to its related color wavelengths will restore homeostasis.


  • Himalayan Salt Room (Pure blocks of Himalayan Salt) // Salt is a natural ionizer and creates a fresh, clean, bacteria-free environment. This room will help regulate water and blood pressure throughout the body. Calcium, sodium, magnesium, carbon, and manganese found in the blocks of salt help relieve allergies and asthma, soften and clear the skin, and reduce signs of aging. The salt moisturizes the air allowing for easier breathing for those with respiratory issues.


This was the first room we experienced and it was great… easy to breathe and relax deeply.


  • Infrared Zone (Lounge chairs placed under overhead infrared heaters) // Microscopic infrared wavelengths are emitted from the heaters and directly absorbed into the body, reducing pain, stiffness, and fatigue. This lounge mimics the comforting warming sensation achieved from sunbathing without the damaging effects of UV rays. Use the blue touch panels to activate the heaters.

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  • Bul Gama (Extra hot clay oven) // Modeled after the traditional Korean ultra heated sauna, where special yellow archer fomentation stones and Oak wood are superheated in a fire kiln, this room releases natural elements that penetrate deep into your pores and results in immediate detoxification and strengthening of the immune system. Calories are burned quickly from the stimulation of white blood cells and antibody production.


This room was CRAZY hot… like over 190 degrees. We lasted less than thirty seconds… But I think I can better prepare myself and try to tough it out next time I go.

  • Far Infrared // Heaters convert infrared light into heat, which is directly absorbed into the skin (as opposed to heating the air), soothing joint stiffness, increasing oxygen flow to the brain, and clearing up nasal congestion and clogged pores,. The rays are vibrating at a frequency that allows for the body’s cells to activate and strengthen, which results in better circulation. As the rays are directly absorbed into the skin, pores are cleansed and detoxification is achieved.


  • Ice Land // Short term cold stimulation improves the body’s anti-oxidant capabilities, helping strengthen the immune system, firms the skin, reduces cellulite, chronic pain and fatigue, as well as providing a refreshing escape.


If you are exhausted just thinking about all the saunas and sweating and more saunas and more sweating… just you wait! There’s a whole indoor/outdoor spa pool area to explore!

IMPORTANT – Pack a bathing suit. You can’t wear your uniform in the pools, so be prepared to head back down to the locker room to change into your suit.

You’re probably thinking… are other people going to see me naked? The answer, is yes… maybe… kind of… but only for a hot minute. Think of changing at the gym … you’re exposed briefly but nobody cares and nobody is paying attention to you. Seriously not a big deal. There’s an opportunity for more nudity, which I’ll get to later…

From Spa Castle: Consistent with the ideas of Reflexology, Spa Castle’s beloved indoor and outdoor Bade Pools are sprinkled with strategically placed aqua-therapy jets, aimed to massage different areas of the body. While relaxing in a full-body hot water immersion, what you do not realize is that this is acupressure, hydrotherapy not only feels wonderful, but helps enhance circulation, skin tone, joints and muscle tension, and even digestion. A truly magnificent winter experience can be shared in one of these year-round outdoor and indoor spa pools.

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The Aqua Bar (above) // A quick escape to paradise. Soak in the warm waters, while enjoying a stimulating aqua-body massage accompanied by a refreshing cocktail. The swim-up bar is the perfect place to laugh with the girlfriends, watch the Cowboys and Rangers game, or just relax.


Mystic Pool (above) // Experience the same refreshing rush of water and pressure treatment on your head, shoulders, and back under our “deep mountain” waterfall. The evening sets an enchanting setting, enhanced by panoramic views to add to the peaceful ambiance of the pool area.

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Hydrotherapy Pools // Sit down, lay back, and let the acupressure from the water jets massage your back and feet, all while taking in the beautiful sky views. The indoor hydrotherapy pools are equipped with personal body lounges, submerged under heated waters. Place your hand over the sensor, and let the jets melt away any aches and pains.

Ok. You could stop now and be done. Or you could keep going. YJ and I decided to dry off, throw our uniforms back on and hit the saunas again for another hour or so…

Now here’s the fun part… for some. When you head back to the locker room, you’re going to want to shower. You smell like salt and chlorine. The shower stalls are open air and pretty exposed… in short, you’re about to be real naked in front of people. But again, who cares?


If you’re me, you decided to go all in with this first experience… in this case, “all in” means that I tried out the hot baths and pools connected to the ladies locker room. These baths require that you are fully nude… and while that’s intimidating, it’s also so incredibly freeing. There’s only other women there, who are all focused on relaxation and cleansing… it was quiet and calming, a perfect way to wrap up an amazing spa experience.

After the baths, I showered and got dressed and met YJ in the lobby to check out.

We absolutely can’t wait to go back… Wanna join us?!?!

Disclaimer: I've pulled all these images off of Google and the Spa Castle website. If you'd like to claim any as your own, let me know and I'll be happy to link it.