#SundayBunday Week 2

Better late than never, right? Happy Sunday evening! Hope everyone had a great weekend and is ready for this upcoming week. 🙂 This past week was pretty laid back – I had my second meeting as an official member of the Nonprofit Board Institute Committee for the Junior League of Little Rock. The NPBI is a 5-week training open to anyone interested in serving as a nonprofit board member.

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#SundayBunday Week 1

Welcome to #SundayBunday !!! Sunday is usually the day where I stress eat, binge on tv, and think of ways I can avoid the upcoming Monday – more like Ughday. Since it is summer and Sundays are a little less scary right now I thought I would make it a priority for myself to write more for myself and also give my readers a recap of my week. I’m calling it ‘Sunday Bunday’ because Sundays are the day where my hair is up in a bun. So enough with the introduction… Here’s what went on this week >>>

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11 Summer Makeup Essentials

Hello from Florida! This week I am in Orlando for the Little People of America National conference. Which means every day this week I woke up (go downstairs and grab a coffee because #priorities) and makeup 😉 So, I am by no means a makeup guru but I do enjoy watching Jaclyn Hill, spending long walks down the makeup isles at Walgreens and Target and receiving my monthly ipsy subscription. In this post, I thought I would share the top 11 beauty products that I use the most during the summer. ☀️

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Starting Fresh

If you’ve been hanging out with me the past 8 years then you know that I am no stranger to transformations. This is just another one..that doesn’t involve any insurance. If you’re new here then let me go ahead and introduce myself –

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Therachon Announces Start of Natural History Study in Children with Achondroplasia

BASEL, Switzerland, June 21, 2018 – Therachon AG, a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on rare diseases, today announced the start of “Dreambird,” a natural history study of children with achondroplasia, the most common form of disproportionate short stature in humans. The “Dreambird’ study will prospectively assess the burden of complications of achondroplasia in approximately 200 children across multiple sites in Europe, Canada and the United States. The study will pave the way for future interventional studies with TA-46 and also support the development of key biomarkers of bone tissue growth. “Knowledge of the natural history of achondroplasia and identification […]

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