Blog - Steph Osmanski
Steph Osmanski is a freelance B2C wellness writer, blogger, and brand consultant. She can create you well-written, grammatically-correct, expertly-edited content and also provide tips on how to better manage your social media brand.
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Portland, Oregon: A Travel Guide

In June, I took the plunge and booked an airplane ticket to Oregon. After months and months of obsessing over pictures of the Oregon coast and its many mountains on Tumblr, I finally decided to make the trip. [gallery size="full" ids="3772,3777,3771"] I shot all of these images on my iPhone 6, but I hope the pictures translate the emotions I felt during my time in Portland. It is hands down my favorite city that I've ever visited, so much so that I hope in the near future I...

My Laundry Routine

Maybe you're thinking laundry is boring. Maybe you're thinking this is the most dull blog post ever. Maybe, maybe, maybe. But I'm here to tell you that with the help of my older sister, we have uncovered the secret of fresh-smelling, soft and supple, right-out-the-dryer laundry. Trust me when I say, you will thank me later. Step 1. Tide Pods: All you need to do is throw one of these inside the washing machine before loading it up with your clothes. Step 2: Snuggle Fabric Softener: The...

Updated: Skin Care Routine

  Back in summer of 2014, I celebrated my 100th post by detailing my facial routine. (You can check that out here.) But now it's 2016 and me and my skin are two years older. As you can imagine, my routine has deviated and changed a bit, and now seemed like the perfect time to share an update. I spent my teen years treating my skin harshly. Retin-A and all of the the most strident and unrelenting dermatologist-approved products were welcomed on my face. But as I approach...

Holiday Gift Guide 2015

Prepping for Christmas has had me wrapped up in a perpetual to-do list since before Thanksgiving. (Shout-out to my sister, who seems to be getting a lot of these lately, for motivating me to get any percentage of holiday shopping done pre-Black Friday for the first time ever.) By the time December 1st struck the calendar, I was in better holiday wish list shape than I've ever been. This year, I did themed baskets for each of my nieces (10, 6, and 3 years old). Thankfully,...

This Is What Happened When I Yoga’d Three Times a Week

I've loved yoga since I took my first class when I was a freshman in high school, but I have never been a consistent attendee. I haven't belonged to one studio, paid for a membership, or committed to a certain number of classes a week for more than a few months. I have been in and out of studios since I was fourteen, always searching for my ideal studio/class/instructor, always to no avail. After experiencing my fair share of classes, I know what my ideal class looks like....

3 Easy, Vegetarian Breakfast Ideas

Ya girl has been vegetarian for five years. Before anyone says they have seen recipes that involve fish on this blog, let me clarify that I am technically pescetarian in that I sometimes eat shrimp, salmon, or tilapia. (Please no hate, as I choose to occasionally eat fish for a very good, very personal reason.) You know that age-old joke about how vegetarians will tell you they are vegetarians? It's all in good humor and it's rooted in truth, but we constantly have to declare ourselves as a direct result...