Magic sleepy time potion to lose weight, debloat and get that youthful glow.

By popular demand my magic sleepy time potion to lose weight, debloat and get that youthful glow.

I posted a picture on instagram of my nightly potion I drink before I go to bed and was overwhelmed by questions comments and emails. So ask and you shall receive!
Don’t forget try to use all Organic ingredients and aloe water can be purchased at your local Whole Foods or health food store.
Yes I am 43 (almost 44) with absolutely NO make up here so trust me this shizzle works (along with great skin care of course). Please send me pics of you with your potion with the hashtags #glowbyDina #youglowgirl so I don’t miss it and you may just be reposted on my website and social media!!No go on…Glow Girl!

xx Dina

New Years Eve Party Tips

Here is some great New Years Eve party tips that you DONT want to miss.

12 days of Holiday tips 11& 12

Holiday Cocktails

There’s still time to add a little spirit and joy to your holiday party. From hot to cold these cocktails just help make the season a little brighter.  Try these out but don’t forget to stay safe AND fabulous.





The wonders of juicing have been talked about by doctors and health nutritionists for decades and we are always hearing about amazing weight loss success stories with some lean, green, fat-burning machine.  But what does it really entail and why does it seem like an impossible feat to be able to really enjoy a mystery green drink made out of beet leaves and kale?

Obviously we all know that fruits and veggies are a critical part of our daily diet, but what does juicing do… It gives all of us that peel off the skins and boil to oblivion the nutrients out of the fruits and veggies that we eat.  By consuming complete, raw produce we get the most out of those vital minerals and vitamins that each fruit and veggie is known for.

So that mighty, green drink may not be the place to start for beginning juicers, but testing out how to use your juicer, use fruits that you know you like and then work your way to the healthier leafy greens and earthy vegetables.

Try a Carrot, Pineapple, Orange Juice, it’s sweet and will have a familiar test to […]

Springtime Cocktails with Floral Ice

Now that the flowers are blooming and the grass is growing, it’s time to break out the backyard BBQ and celebrate with a fresh, fruity spring cocktail!  A toast to the warm weather, the Derby, or even one with that can be shared with the kids can only be improved by adding some beautiful floral ice cubes.

There are several edible, spring flowers that can be added to salads, used as garnish, or in this case added to ice to dress up any kind of drink.  Gardenias, orchids, and pansies are some of my favorite edible flowers to use making floral ice cubes, but you must be sure that the flowers are grown organically and do not contain any pesticides before you use them.  Don’t assume that you can just pick up a flat of flowers and use them in your drinks.

To ensure that your ice cubes are extra clear and the flowers have their full effect in your spring drink, use distilled water that has been boiled and cooled.  Using extra-large ice cubes trays is also a good idea, the ice melts slower and you can use larger flowers.  First fill your ice cube trays a third of the […]

Fall Favs

Can you tell how much I am loving Fall and all the treats that come with it? And, Did you know that I love CHEESE. All kinds of cheese. I like stilton blue with a bit of lavender and honey. I like goat cheese with spiced almonds and honey, and of course, Mozzarella Caprice. My mouth is watering as we discuss this. So, I came upon this cute recipe and wanted to share it with you all. Happy Fall!

Shopping List (recipe from Betty Crocker)

About 8 Tablespoons smoked Cheddar cold packed cheese (from 8-oz container),well chilled

finely chopped peanuts or pecans


pretzel sticks, broken in half

tiny pieces of fresh parsley

Roll each tablespoon of cold pack cheese into a ball; place on waxed paper-lined serving plate.

Refrigerate 10 to 15 minutes for easier handling.

With end of toothpick, draw ridges around balls to resemble pumpkins. Dip bottoms of cheese balls in chopped peanuts. (or the nut of your choice)

Just before serving, insert pretzel halves into cheese balls for pumpkin stems and place on a cracker. Decorate with parsley for leaves. Store in the refrigerator.