Monday, September 30, 2013

Carolyn's Kids in Style Carnival

Congratulations to Carolyn's Kids talent Cynthia D, Olivia D, Domenic M, and Saskia W who did a shoot for Style Carnival (Kids Fashion Website) last week! Amazing photo you guys! :) 

Hot Paws Talent: Marshall on The Marketplace

Meet Marshall: The Marketplace watchdog!

Marketplace has always had your back. But on October 4, Canada’s consumer watchdog kicks off our 41st season by going all out - on all fours - to sniff out the truth about vet bills. In Barking Mad, you’ll meet the star of our first-ever canine undercover unit: Marshall the bulldog.
After an extensive search for the right dog to join our team of investigators, we signed up Marshall for his unique qualifications. We needed a real digger, a dog who was calm and friendly under pressure; well trained and with the stamina to endure long days on the job. We also needed a dog who was healthy and up-to-date on his vaccinations, essential for our test. Wired with a hidden camera, we took Marshall to the vet  for an annual wellness exam to see what treatment they would recommend.

Marshall was more than up to the task. After all, he’s a professional, not to mention Canada’s Top Bulldog for 2012. The English Bulldog, who turns four this October, also has his own website (though he’s not on Twitter yet, we checked). And, in case you couldn’t tell, he’s an actor and model, featured in Toronto weekly The Grid as one of Toronto’s top working dogs.
His resume may be longer than his tail but we were won over by his good looks and charm. “He’s the dog of a lifetime,” says owner Tammy McAllister. “He’s joyful and has such an easy going temperament. I’ll probably never find another dog quite like him.”
So what did our vets recommend? Tune in on Friday, October 4 at 8 p.m. (8:30 p.m. in Newfoundland and Labrador) as Marshall helps Marketplace reveal what’s got so many pet owners in Canada Barking Mad.

You can be a Marketplace watchdog and join our investigation! Send in photos of your dog or cat - plus your pet bills for basic services including a wellness exam, dental cleaning, spay/neutering or x-rays - as we track what pet owners pay across the country. How do your vet bills measure up? We’re building a map of dog and cat costs coast-to-coast. Find out more about the project here.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Healthy Fall French Toast

This challah French toast with maple-apple compote is killer. Think warm, sweet challah-bread french toast topped with warm, cinnamon sugar-sautéed apple slices and dripping in even more thick, syrupy cinnamon sugar. These kind of remind me of eating a warm apple pancake (you know, one of those big ones you bake in the oven?).

And the best part about this recipe is that it's a delicious holiday recipe you don't have to feel guilty indulging in. Two thick slices of this French toast with 2/3 cup of maple-apple compote is about 370 calories . . . Now compare this number to Barefoot Contessa's challah French toast recipe, which has over 500 calories and 17 grams of fat! Not a bad swap, huh?

For the compote:
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 3 cups sliced peeled Gala apples (about 1 1/2 pounds)
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
For the French toast:
  • 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 cup plain soy milk (or regular milk)
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 4 large eggs, lightly beaten
  • 12 (1 ounce) slices challah bread
  • 4 teaspoons butter
  1. Preheat the oven to 250°F. Place a wire rack on a baking sheet and place in the oven.
  2. To prepare the compote, heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Coat the pan with cooking spray; melt one tablespoon butter in pan. Add apples to pan; sauté eight minutes or until tender. Stir in the maple syrup and 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon. Keep warm.
  3. To prepare the French toast, combine the granulated sugar and one teaspoon cinnamon in a medium bowl, stirring with a whisk. Add the milk, vanilla, salt, and eggs; whisk until well blended. Working with one bread slice at a time, place the bread slice into the milk mixture, turning gently to coat both sides.
  4. Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Melt one teaspoon butter in pan. Add three coated bread slices; cook two minutes on each side or until lightly browned. Place on the rack in the oven to keep warm. Repeat the procedure three times with the cooking spray, the remaining three teaspoons butter, and the remaining nine coated bread slices. Serve the French toast with compote

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Madeline L. on set of Big Little Girl

Here are a couple pictures of Carolyn''s talent Madeline L. on set of Big Little Girl. Madi worked for 3 long days and her mom let us know that everyone on the project was so impressed by her. 

Picture #1 shows her movie eye injury. It was a very intense and challenging scene for her. Picture #2 is Madeline watching the playback of one of her scenes. Great work Madeline! 

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Ivan M. in Walmart Ad for Monsters University

Congrats to Carolyn's Kids Ivan M. who was recently in a Walmart ad for Monsters University children's furniture. He did an amazing job and had so much fun! Here is a couple photos! 

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Modeling Tips: Open Calls and Go See's

So you want to be a model or actor? You put on your makeup and a great new outfit and you're now ready to attend some modeling agency open calls or a go-sees, audition or casting call. In addition to looking great it's important to follow some simple guidelines to help you ace your interview! Check these out for some great tips on how to be successful in the biz! 


Being on time is a MUST! Being late for your interview (or modeling jobs) is the kiss of death for a model. Time is money and lateness is never tolerated by agents, photographers or clients. Plan your time wisely and make sure you show up for your appointment time at least 10 minutes early (no earlier). If you find yourself arriving too early wait outside or in the lobby until it's time for you to be there. With the advent of cell phones, GPS and Google Maps there is no excuse for a model not to know exactly where he/she needs to be and to be there on time.


Whether you submitted your photos to the agency beforehand or the agents are seeing your photos for the first time, you must look like you do in your photos. It is ok if you don't have professional photos, snapshots are just fine. Agents would rather see you in simple snapshots than in professional photos that are old, out-dated or where you look totally different.


Always bring a pen and notepad to take notes or be able to quickly jot down notes in your phone, iPad or Blackberry. Never be caught fumbling for a pen or paper during your interview. Put these tools in a place that you can access quickly and easily - it will show the agent that you are professional, organized and respectful of their time.


Less is more! Two or three great shots are much better than 10 mediocre shots. Don't fill your modeling portfolio with contact sheets or outtakes just to make it look more full. What a lot of models don't realize is is that you are only as good as your worst shot! Make sure you are only revealing your best photos. Also, agents will always look in the back of your book - NEVER put anything in the back of your book that you don't want them to see such as contact sheets, outtakes, your appointment times to meet other agencies, modeling contracts and the like.


If you are over 18 years of age there is no reason for you to bring anyone with you to your interview. (Under 18 years should bring one parent or guardian). If you know that you are meeting with a reputable agency such as Elite ModelsFord ModelsWilhelminaIMG ModelsNew York ModelsL.A. Models or a well-known and established agency in your local area then this guideline is doubly important. Just like you wouldn't bring your boyfriend, friends or child to a job interview you wouldn't bring them when you meet modeling agents. Having said that, if you are unsure who you are meeting or you are meeting with an unknown agent for the first time it is best that you don't go alone. You can have your boyfriend or friend come with you, but they should only come as far as the lobby or front door. It is ok that the agent knows they are there and they are waiting outside for you. A legitimate agent will not be bothered by this, but use your best judgement as each interview is different.
Meeting with an agent versus meeting with a client who has contacted you and booked you for a job through the internet is a completely different thing. If you are meeting a client for the first time that booked you through the internet you should NEVER and we mean NEVER go alone. In fact, accepting a job through the internet that has not been vetted (screened) by an agent is extremely risky and you should be very, very careful in this regard. We always recommend that models get their bookings from reputable modeling agencies rather than working freelance on the internet.


Whether you are a commercial model, editorial high-fashion model, petiteplus-size model, or mature model it is important to understand your market and the focus of the agency you want to meet. Be sure to check whether the agency represents your type before you show up at their open calls - if you are a female commercial model showing up at an all male agency then you've wasted both the agent's and your own time.


If an agency is interested in you they will often ask to take snapshots of you and take your measurements while you are wearing a swimsuit. Bikinis are preferred over a one-piece. Male models can wear boxers.


I know, you're excited about the prospect of signing with an agency. But, don't make the mistake of signing a legally binding contract based on emotions rather than good business sense. Unless you're being offered a contract by IMG Models, Elite Models, Wilhelmina, New York Models, Storm or one of the other top model agencies do not sign on the dotted line without knowing exactly what you are signing, even then we recommend a cooling off period of a couple of days, Don't be afraid that the agency will lose interest if you take a couple of days to sign its contract. If you are offered a contract on Monday, I guarantee the agents will still be interested on Thursday. With that in mind, don't take more than a week to make your decision, any longer will give the message that you are indecisive.
If you've been offered a contract and don't know what to do the experienced and knowledgeable agents at can help. Feel free to contact us any time if you need guidance on contract matters.


There are a lot of things that a new model can do or not do that will make the difference whether an agency will or will not sign them. Every agent has one or two pet peeves that models might inadvertently do that will make an agent crazy. Having worked as an agent for 30 years I can tell you that my #1 pet peeve is unprofessional voice mail messages. If I had a nickel for every model who made me listen to five minutes of Snoop Dog or Van Halen before I could leave a message....well, don't get me started. When I call a new model who makes me listen to a ridiculous or too long outgoing message I hang up and never call back. Agents are too busy to mess around. Do yourself a favor and update your voicemail message to a simple, short and professional message - your agent will thank you for it.


Being a model also means having a thick skin. You could visit 20 different agencies or 20 different clients and receive 20 different evaluations of your potential or suitability for a particular job. Agents and clients are evaluating your look to determine if it is right for their particular needs, it is not an evaluation of who you are as a person. This is not the time to argue with an agent or client or try to convince them that they are wrong. You will never win this argument. Granted, some agents and clients can be harsh - you need to suck it up and carry on. Don't let them get to you. Take their criticism with a smile and move on to the next agency or client.


Agents and clients understand that you are nervous, it's ok. Remember that they really are happy to see you. Agents and clients can't do their jobs without models and they really want to work with you if they can. So relax, have fun and remember to smile!

How To: Choose the Best Nail Shape

It's important in the entertainment industry to maintain your appearance and take care of yourself and something that usually goes neglected unless you get your nails done every week is your nail shape. This can help your hands to look longer, shorter etc. and completely change the look of your hands (for all you hand models reading). It's also just good to have a shape that works for your nail type for an everyday look that flatters. Here are all the different nail shapes, how to get them and what nail types they look good on.


The tapered side walls of the oval create an elegant shape for women. Oval shapes flatter both wide and narrow nail beds, and add length with a graceful tip. To achieve the perfect oval shape, file side walls straight to make sure they're even. Then, shape the side walls into a rounded oval, making sure the angles are even on each side.


With strong side walls and sharp or rounded tips, this shape is classic French. The square is ideal for a bigger nail bed (it tends to make smaller nail beds look shorter and wider). To create this timeless shape, file the side walls straight and make sure they're perpendicular to the free edge of the nail. Once you've got the perfect square, angle your emery board and bevel the nail.

Square Oval (Squoval):

Combining the elegance of the oval with the strength of the square, the squoval is a popular nail shape for most fingers. First begin with a square with straight and even side walls. File the corners until your free edge is rounded and beveled. Remember, you still want strong side supports—don't go too file-happy.


As one of the most conservative shapes of the bunch, the round shape is ideal for men and those who like to maintain short nails. This shape is flattering for wide nails, and gives the illusion of a thinner nail bed. File the side walls straight like a square, then round the free edge into that perfect swooping circle.


The pointed nail is a popular style for acrylic and nail art designs, especially in Eastern Europe and Asia. This avant-garde shape is popular among celebrities—Fergie and Lady Gaga are always rocking it! And while it's not favored for the everyday look, this extreme shape can actually slenderize and lengthen the fingers. File the side walls evenly and taper until you've reached the desired tip.

Deciding Your Shape:

How do you decide which nail shape is right for you? If your nail beds are wide, try a squoval shape. If they're narrow, try a sharp square shape to widen and strengthen. If you keep short nails, a rounded shape is your best bet for low-maintenance style. You can also look at the lunula (the half-moon shape on your nail bed) for nail-shaping guidance. If it's more curved, try oval or rounded shapes. If it's flat, you're better off shaping your nails square or squoval.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Carolyn's Kids Talent at TIFF

Check out Carolyn's Kids talent Zachary M. at TIFF for the premier of the film "The Art of the Seal" that he was in with Kurt Russell! There is him with Jay Baruchel and then below is him being interviewed by eTalk. Amazing opportunity Zach and we are so proud of you! You did an amazing job and we hope you had fun at TIFF.  

Low Carb Dinner & Snack Ideas

In the entertainment industry we all want to stay fit and healthy, so here are a couple great dinner ideas that taste amazing and are low carb so if you want to lose a few pounds to boot these are perfect! 

Carbs are needed to fuel your body and your brain, but if you're looking to drop a few pounds fast or just to eat healthy and clean cutting them out especially in the evening may help. Make sure you do it the right way though, you shouldn't cut all carbs completely so try these low-carb snack and meal ideas. 

Here are a few other tips to help you out:
  1. At dinner: If pasta is your downfall, there are several ways you can trick taste buds into (almost) thinking they're tasting the real deal. Here are a few delicious low-carb pasta alternatives for your next pasta night.
  2. Light meal: If your idea of the perfect light meal comes stacked between two slices of bread, you don't have to give up your love of a good sandwich when it's time for an evening snack. Stick to low-carb options that still give you the satisfaction of biting into a multilayered snack with these no-bread sandwich ideas.
  3. Late-night snack: Made it through dinner without spooning heapfuls of rice on your plate? Keep your low-carb commitment when hunger strikes late at night with healthy and nutritious low-carb snacks. From fruit slices paired with prosciutto to a quick tuna salad heaped onto tomato halves, we've got 10 filling, fresh, and nutritious low-carb snack ideas that will help satisfy cravings

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Welcome Mr. and Mrs. Butler

Here are some amazing Wedding photos from our Office Manager, Kristin's wedding on September 7th. Photos are taken by Justyna Sokolowski.

Carolyn's Kids Actor on set with Kurt Russell

Check our Carolyn's Kids talent Zac on set of "The Art of the Steal" with A-List celebrity Kurt Russell. This movie just premiered at TIFF this year and is amazing! It is definitely a must see. 

Zac says that Kurt Russell was so kind and very friendly to him on set. How cool is this photo? Way to go Zac, we are so excited for you, great job! 


Looking For: 

Model willing to participate in a colour competition at L'Oreal Canada 

When: September 25th

Must be willing to colour and possible cut your hair!

*UNPAID however there will be a professional videographer and photographer there to capture the entire day for your video reel/portfolio

At the end of the day you will receive a complimentary cut and/or colour if you wish to change back to your original hair. If you want to keep the style a complimentary touch up is provided as well.

If you are interested please contact Natalie With-Seidelin (Professional Hairstylist & Makeup Artist) 
Phone: 289 681 1118

Thursday, September 12, 2013

The Truth About Face Masks

We all want good skin but models and actor's especially because your skin is not only your biggest organ but it is so important in booking a job in the entertainment industry. Face masks have been a huge part of skincare routines and facials for many years but could they be harming your skin? Read to find out!    

""Who doesn't like to slip on a robe and cover their face in a mask that's supposed to make you look younger and tighten your pores? All you have to do is sit back and relax and the mask does all the work, right? But what happens if you leave your treatment on for too long? All face masks have a recommended leave-on time, especially masks that contain chemicals like glycolic acid. But is it dangerous to let it sit on your face for longer than you should or can you get better results? We spoke to Washington, D.C.-based dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi to find out if it can be damaging to your skin.

In most cases, leaving a mask on longer than recommended is not going to be harmful, just unnecessary," says Dr. Tanzi. "However, if it is a mask that contains glycolic acids then it must be removed as recommended because moderate to severe skin irritation can result if you leave it on longer, particularly to people with sensitive skin. In fact, if sensitivity is an issue, I would recommend doing a 'test spot' for a few minutes on a small area of the face. But typically it's recommended that you leave glycolic acid on for 15-30 minutes, max."

Dr. Tanzi also recommends keeping your eye out for ingredients like lactic and salicylic acid. "Along with glycolic acid, these can be the most irritating to skin. If you are concerned, it's best to check with your dermatologist first," she says. Acid free-facial masks, like edible masks you can make at home, can be left on for the recommended time or a little longer, without any worry that they will harm your skin.""

Pixie Hair Cuts

Thinking about making the big chop? Pixie cuts are gaining in popularity (have you seen Anne Hathaway’s hair?), but it takes a certain kind of face to pull one off. We chatted with industry experts Anh Co Tran (he looks after Ginnifer Goodwin's adorable pixie!) and Harry Josh (who counts Rose Byrne and Gwyneth Paltrow as regular clients) for their tips on which face shapes can pull off a pixie cut, and what it takes to maintain it.

"Technically any face shape can pull off a pixie, it just takes a bit of confidence!" assures Anh. "The most important thing is getting the right type of pixie for your face. Girls with oval faces are very lucky, as they can wear any version. Girls with heart shaped faces should remember to keep the pieces around the curved 'heart' part of their face short, as it will balance out their face. A round shaped face should keep the sides and back shorter than the top, and for a longer face shape, keep the top shorter than the sides and back."

Cute cuts aside—maintenance is essential for a short, pixie-like chop. "You want to get a trim every four to six weeks, and you have to be diligent about it!" urges Harry. "It's also best to stick with one color over your entire head—stay away from highlights. This will make your cut really pop." And if you’ve rocked the style and want to grow it out? "Start by only cutting the sides and back, and let the top grow very long," says Anh. "Once the top strands have lengthened, then start to grow the cut out all together." So do you think the pixie cut is right for you?

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

10 Antioxidant Superfoods

Staying healthy is extremely important especially as a model or actor. Your body needs to be at peak health in order to function and be available for the many opportunities in the industry. Here are some great foods that can help keep you at your best and allow you to stay healthy and fit and get the right nutrients that you need. 

While no food can turn back the clock, some can perk up your looks and slow the aging process.

Eating a handful of dried figs increases the amount of antioxidants in your blood for four hours, much longer than many other foods.

Red Bell Peppers:
The unique combination of large amounts of vitamins A, C, and E make red bell peppers a skin superfood.
This lycopene-rich fruit provides 33 percent more protection against sunburn than other fruits. (You still have to wear sunscreen though!)

Certain antioxidants have been shown to fight cancer, boost immunity, and keep bones strong.

Beans are loaded with phytochemicals (including saponins, protease inhibitors, and phytic acid), which may protect cells from damage that potentially causes cancer, reports the American Institute for Cancer Research.

These wrinkly little dried fruits are rich in vitamin K and a top source of the mineral boron, and we need both for strong bones. A

Young women tend to be oblivious to heart disease, but that attitude itself is a big risk. How you eat today helps predict how healthy your heart will be 30 years from now.

Researchers at the University of Michigan have found that the anthocyanins in dark cherries reduce belly fat and lower cholesterol and blood sugar.

Dark chocolate:
Rich in flavonoids, chocolate is believed to promote heart health by reducing platelet activation, affecting the relaxation capabilities of blood vessels.
The neural pathways in our brains are growing and improving all the time. Eat the right foods and you'll be able to concentrate better, remember more, and feel calmer.

Blueberries may improve memory, cognition, and balance. Researchers believe that blueberries reduce inflammation and can help us overcome the normal effects of brain aging.

Researchers believe that cinnamon may inhibit certain Alzheimer's disease cells.
These juicy treats decrease anxiety-related behaviors, and researchers think they may protect against depression.

Friday, September 6, 2013


It's a non-union low-pay project. The audition date is this SATURDAY between 3-6pm & the shoot dates are tentatively SEPT 14 & 15.

This PSA follows the life of an inner city tween as she struggles to stay on the right path and how the transformative power of soccer allows an escape.


Size of Role: Lead, SOC
Name: HERO
Sex:  Female
Age:  9-11
Ethnicity: Open

# of estimated shoot days:  2

Description: Our hero must have soccer skills and must create an emotional connection with the audience while feeling like a real person. S/he should have a bit a tough edge mixed with a child-like innocence.

Size of Role: Supporting, SOC
Name: The Bad Kids
Sex:  Female
Age:  11-14
Ethnicity: Open

# of estimated shoot days:  1

Description: The Bad Kids

A simple look and these kids communicate menace.


***Please submit headshots/resumes and URL to ONLINE demo reel (if available) to:  

Deadline Friday September 6th @ 5 pm.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Carolyn's Talent on Set of Short Film "Sunbathing"

Here a some great photos from the set of the short film "Sunbathing" by" Joyce Wong. Carolyn's talent MaiLee N. played the lead role if Flora! She did an amazing job and we are so proud of her. Great job MaiLee!

Make Your Eyes Pop!

For those models and actress' who are doing their own makeup, here is a great way to make your eye colour pop! This is a wonderful way to draw attention to your beautiful and expressive eyes in an upcoming photo shoot or to a casting!

Blue eyes, use a blue or brown hue, green eyes use purple or green's and brown eyes use green or silver's!

Step 1:
Apply neutral shades to your lids on top of your eye primer. (Either matte or shimmer shadows depending on the look you want).

Step 2:
Add your coloured shadow under your lid and make your eyes look larger and brighter!

Step 3:
Add your liner and mascara for the finishing touches and fill in your eyebrows to really stand out and look fierce!

Bree xoxo

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Are You Applying Your Makeup In the Right Order?

There is a natural order to accomplishing almost anything in life, even applying your makeup. As a model and actress, you might not always have a makeup artist on hand and it can be extremely beneficial and cost efficient to be able to do your own makeup.

What do you do first: Apply lipstick or focus on eyes? Where does blush come in? Can you get away with putting liner on after mascara?

1: Primer or Moisturizer

Choose one, not both. Moisturizer, no matter how light in texture, will interfere with the function of a primer. Also, always remember to get in your sunscreen, whether SPF is built into your primer, moisturizer, or foundation.

2: Foundation

You don't have to do your eyes first to avoid fallout, it is bound to happen regardless of the process so get your foundation done first. To be honest, if fallour falls onto your bare skin, pigments can stain and be harder to remove than if it was to fall on your foundation. Create your canvas and then edit any errors along the way! 

3: Concealer

This is often confused and most think you should apply this before your foundation, however your foundation (depending on how good it is for coverage) can cover much of what you want to cover. Apply concealer afterwards to any areas that need more coverage or blemishes etc.

4: Powder

Set it all with a very light dusting of translucent powder. You can even apply a light pressed powder foundation as well to get rid of any shine from your liquid foundations. Apply the translucent powder in excess under your eyes and this will make it easy for you to remove any fallout from your eyeshadow. It acts as a barrier and protects your beautifully finished canvas (your foundation).

5: Eyes or lips

Usually the eyes would be next, most like to finish with the lips but you can mix these up depending on colouring. If you decide on a bright or bold lip colour then applying your lipstick and gloss first can help you decide on eyeshadow colours.

For Eyes Apply: primer > shadow > liner >then mascara to finish. You can always go back after and add a bit of shimmer, extra liner etc. afterwards but can judge based on a finished look!

For Lips Apply: balm > liner > lipstick > then gloss to finish if you so choose. Apply your liner all over your lips to act as a base for your lipstick and to blend to colours since no lip liner is an exact match for all lipsticks. 

6: Cheeks

Not many would think to apply cheeks last! Add bronzer and blush to your face after you're done the rest to help tie in the whole look! It ties in the eyes and lips and can help you judge colours as well.

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Wednesday, September 4, 2013

End of Summer Sangria

This version of Sangria is simple and without the added sugar it is the perfect “Skinny Girl” cocktail. This is great for those over 19-models and actors who want a yummy alcoholic treat without the added calories. It tastes good, makes you feel good, and it’s good for your physique, what’s not to like?! Oh, and have you noticed it’s absolutely GORGEOUS?!  This White Sangria Sparkler is an immediate show stopper when entertaining.

You’ll need:
  • 1-2 Bottles of crisp white wine
  • 2 Ripe local peaches, sliced
  • 1 Pint raspberries
  • 2 Kiwis
  • Several sprigs of mint
  • Stevia or Agave 
  • 1 bottle of club soda (optional for some fizz)
Simply add the sliced fruit and mint to the wine and add several packets of Stevia or even Agave nectar until desired sweetness is reached. Let sit for at least an hour in the fridge to let the flavors infuse. In the summertime it’s also nice to freeze half of the fruit and add right before serving so they act as ice cubes in the Sangria.

This is a great end of summer treat! *Omit the alcohol for a virgin version of this and use soda instead for anyone under 19!
Bree xoxo

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Healthy Breakfast Muffin Recipe

Have these as a complete breakfast treat! Great for on the go or even for a snack but can also be a complete meal with all the great nutrients that are in them. This is great for any model or actor who wants a delicious breakfast treat with everything you need for a great full meal! Have a few of these small muffin's or make large one's for a great meal!

Banana Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal:

3 cups old-fashioned oats (or even use the pre-made oatmeal packets).
2 tsp. Baking powder
4 Egg whites
1 1/4 cup Non-fat milk
3/4 cup Mashed bananas
1 tsp. Vanilla extract
3/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips (or carob for less calories)
1 cup of Arbonne chocolate or vanilla protein powder (20g of brown rice, pea and cranberry protein! This gives you not only the protein but also all the vitamins and minerals you need to be healthy and function at your best). 
1 tbs. Honey

If you're interested in the Arbonne protein powder email me at
Bree xoxo