Clothing Subscription Box for Women – Nadine West

In this video I share a clothing subscription box for women for Nadine West. Cute mom style comes in this cute pink Nadine West Unboxing! After having a baby, find your postpartum style can be challenging, but I love what she sent me! I am able to breastfeed my baby with this stylish cute mom outfit that I can easily wear out of the door!

Nadine West is an outfit subscription service for women! If you are interested in becoming apart of what Nadine West has got going on check out the link below!

https://www.nadinewest.com
More info for you on http://www.askchauntel.com

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Womens Clothing Unboxing

In this video I share spring fashion trends in a womens clothing unboxing for Nadine West. Cute mom style comes in this cute pink Nadine West Unboxing! After having a baby, find your postpartum style can be challenging, but I love what she sent me! I am able to breastfeed my baby with this stylish cute mom outfit that I can easily wear out of the door!

Nadine West Unboxing – Cute Mom Style – Spring Fashion Trends

In this video I share spring fashion trends in a womens clothing unboxing for Nadine West. Cute mom style comes in this cute pink Nadine West Unboxing! After having a baby, find your postpartum style can be challenging, but I love what she sent me! I am able to breastfeed my baby with this stylish cute mom outfit that I can easily wear out of the door!

Nadine West is an outfit subscription service for women! If you are interested in becoming apart of what Nadine West has got going on check out the link below! https://www.shareasale.com/shareasale…

More info for you on http://www.askchauntel.com

Free Audio Training: https://askchauntel.com/newsletter/
Video Mentioned at End: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YG_Jh…
My Other Nadine West Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5XD_…
Private Coaching: https://askchauntel.com/coaching/

Let’s Connect!
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http://www.instagram.com/askchauntel
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Food Review – Casey’s Cupcakes

thumb_IMG_1261_1024thumb_IMG_1246_1024Hey guys, so we visited Casey’s Cupcakes in Downtown Riverside this past week! What an adorable little place to visit!

Being 6 months pregnant and experiencing this lovely onsite of early spring weather, I really wanted to have some ice cream.

Casey’s Cupcakes did not disappoint! I had the Red Velvet Infused Ice Cream! It was very creamy and fully had the flavor of red velvet which I was not sure could be executed effectively. It was delish!

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The packaging was adorable, and the price wasn’t too bad at all. It was $4.50 for 8oz. Now granted, I could have gotten more for that amount elsewhere. However, I think the whole experience was worth it!

Celina absolutely loved it! She had a birthday-cake flavored cake pop in which she seemed to thoroughly enjoy!

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The first thing she noticed when we came in was the carousel wheel of sorts of jumbo suckers. She was quick to give it to her dad to open! We actually ended up taking that home as a treat for later!

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David enjoyed watching me and her enjoy our sweet treat. He isn’t much for sweets! However, he did like my ice cream!

We finished off our order with a cup of water to wash down all of that sweetness with!

The service was friendly and fast! Others seemed just excited to be there as we were.

I do think the cupcakes were a little small for the price. They are just the size of a regular cupcake, but the taste is worth it I am sure. They go for $3.75. I would have liked the ice cream to be that price and the cupcakes should run about $3.00, in my opinion.

The outside area was cute with pink umbrellas, but I would have loved to have a seat inside because it was adorable!

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I would totally return! Enjoy the photos, and I would love to know if you have visited! If you have what were your thoughts? Also, any recommendations for desert places I should visit?

This is my first official food review. I hope you guys loved it! Leave comments below!

Tata for Now!

Chauntel

Confessions of a Mommy Blogger -Mommy Monday

Hello My Beautiful Jewels and Gems!

So this post will be very brief, yet informative.

I have gotten bored with what I have done with this Confessions series. It has been great to share some of my past experiences, but I like sharing the present ones much better.

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To describe the present, I may reach back in the past, but the posts that you will see here going forward will mostly reflect what is going on with me currently.

 

If this makes you sad, let me know, it may give me some motivation to continue where I left off a couple of weeks ago.

Otherwise, I am moving forward with these posts, and I hope that you are as excited about them as I am!

And you will keep seeing my other original content coming your way of course!

Be Blessed!

Chauntel

Raw Spice Bar Unboxing

In this video I share an unboxing that I did for Raw Spice Bar, a subscription company that delivers fresh ingredients and recipes right to your door every month! As a natural mom who values cooking for her family, I think this is such a fun, unique and helpful service! Check out the video and let me know what you think about this subscription service!

KTLA-5 News Internship – Confessions of a Mommy Blogger

So we are back at it again this week with a Confessions post for those of you following this series!

I am very excited to begin sharing what my experience was like as an Intern at KTLA 5 News.

I was in my junior year at Cal State Fullerton, and I had heard numerous times how important it was to intern. I also kept hearing doing multiple internships was helpful.

So, I  attended a the Annual CSUF Career Fair where I met the HR Manager of KTLA 5 News. I had my resume and Cover-letter addressed to KTLA along with a number of other companies that I was interested in interning for.

I knew the key was creating a great relationship, and part of that was addressing the company directly. As a freshman, I began attending the career fair to prepare myself for this day.

I remember being at the career fair and the recruiters from different companies being impressed that I was there so early. I took it as an opportunity to prepare myself for what was to come in my career in coming years. I am a pretty resourceful person, and I like to be as prepared for the future as possible.

4500_1151308588804_4157827_nSo, I stood in line to meet this wonderful woman who welcomed me with a smile. I handed her my resume and cover letter, and she told me about the internships that she had available. She then proceeded to ask me what I was interested in.

I let her know that the entertainment news internship sounded the most appealing to me. We chatted a bit longer, and I went to the next table and had similar conversation.

It wasn’t until about 2 months later, that I heard from KTLA. I had a phone interview that led to an in person interview with the same woman.

She was very kind, and I was very excited. Next week, I will share my reaction to being in a TV station for the first time.

Thanks for tagging along with me, and let me know what you think about this series so far!

xoxo

Chauntel

How to Breast Pump – Natural Momma – Breast Pumping Routine

In this video I share how to use a double electric Medela breast pump. Learn it from a natural mom who has already taken the time to find a routine that works! I introduce you to all of the parts of the breast pump and display their function. I also give some helpful tricks of the trade along the way! I hope this helps! Share your tips!

 

Becoming a Double Major – Communications Major – Mommy Monday

Happy Monday Mommies!

So last week I shared my psychology internship experience, and how it left me unsure about the future of my career as a clinical psychologist.

So, lets go back to my freshman year because that will give a bit of background on my interest in what become my second major, Communications, Broadcast Journalism.

I will be introducing you to one of my 10 to 15 roommates of my college experience. I will tell you more about the rest later.

So, during my freshman year, I had a couple of international student roommates, from Korea. Today, I will be telling you about the one roommate who was a Communications major.

We took part in normal college roommate conversation, sharing our majors with each other. Of course, I entered Cal State Fullerton as a psychology major.

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My Korean Roommate told me that she was a Communications major. I was intrigued by this. I wanted to know more.

So, I visited the College of Communications department to learn more about the major. I soon found out that there were many concentrations within the communications major. The one that took my interest quickly was Broadcast Journalism.

It seemed like an awesome opportunity for me because it would accomplish my goal of of being on TV, in the entertainment industry.

After this visit to the communications department. I began to look into the process of declaring a second major.

I believe, I declared Communications, Broadcast Journalism as a second major my sophomore year.

This would soon open many doors for me to the likes of internships in places like KTLA 5 News, E Entertainment, and NBCUniversal. I had no idea what was coming next for me, but I was ready to take part in great things!

 

We will continue on a journey next week!

xoxo

Chauntel

Confessions of a Mommy Blogger – The Emotional Scars of Being a Therapist

Happy Monday Jewels and Gems!

Todays walk down memory lane takes us to the moment that I had decided that Clinical Psychology was not for me.

If you are just beginning to read these blogs, be sure to go back and read the other entries under the Confessions category of the blog!

So, as I participated in the my psychology internship, I quickly learned that there are many aspects to the Clinical Psychology profession that just didn’t mesh well with my personality.

My main concern was that the internship was emotionally taxing for me. I found myself having a hard time separating work from home. I was bringing all of those emotions of sadness home with me, even at the intern level. Becoming a therapist, would mean more emotional encounters, and I did not want to be sad all of the time.

Also, when I participated in the intake interviews, I was able to get the feel of a therapy session. I did enjoy helping the families, but their situations and what they were going through also made me sad. It was hard to find joy in what I was doing.

In addition to being sad from the the Intake Interviews and Monitored Visitations, the phone calls and interactions that I had with customers were usually unpleasant.

The frustration that the families felt was understandable, but I didn’t feel that I should be punished for the system and what they were going through. However, I felt attacked most of the time, and I was unable to help them out of there situation.

In addition to my hands on experience at the internship. I was also surrounded with Marriage and Family Therapy(MFT) students who were in their Masters Programs, and I was of course still in my Bachelor’s Program at CSUF. So, being the inquisitive girl that I am, I began asking them questions.

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I also had some heart-to-heart conversations with some of the students who were completing an internship in counseling, while I was completing my undergrad psychology internship.

Many of these interns were struggling financially because I believe they  were working for free, just like me. They also had to pay the bills, so they were also working part time and going to school.

These MFT students soon taught me that getting your MFT is at least a 4-year-program. Not only did you have to complete your masters program, which takes about 2.5 years. You also had to complete a huge number of internship hours, that took most people about 2 years to complete. Most of the students I ran into told me they had to complete something like 3,000 hours of internship. Their internship including giving therapy sessions and shadowing a MFT. They also got feedback from their MFT after playing back some of their therapy sessions.

To me, it made more sense to get my doctorate than it would to get my masters since it is more of an advanced degree, and takes about the same amount of time to complete, 4 to 5

Next week, I will explain how these experience propelled me to the next stage of my career!

Please let me know what you think if you would like to share your thoughts!

Lots of Love

xoxo

Chauntel