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A little bit about me and the blog

I guess that the blog is about the musings of a mad hobby chemist, so to speak. I create bath and body products, ranging from soap to body sprays. I like to say that I try to provide pampering with natural benefits. I choose ingredients that are beneficial in some way and am constantly working on new things. On occasion I’ll make a soap that concentrates more on the fun and whimsy aspects instead of the benefits, but I figure that happiness is a natural benefit too. *smile*

I am that shy, nerdy, eccentric girl next door that can be pretty sarcastically fun if given a chance. Making everything that I dream up is hard to accomplish because I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia, but the pure joy I get from my products and in helping others really helps me stay steady on my journey.

Sometimes I write about the exciting new things just ordered or made, while sometimes I humiliate myself more than normal and confess the details of the epic failures that never make it to my shelves or website. I tend to collect new items like most women collect shoes. I may not get a whole lot made, but I have notebooks filled with ideas that I want to create. I hope you enjoy this behind-the-scenes look at my journey and process. When I’m not in business mode I write about tips I’ve stumbled across that actually work, post recipes, and sometimes just put my thoughts out there into the blogging world.

By the way, I’m also now on Pinterest. Georgia’s Pampering Cornelison (I have to use my last name in order to be searchable I discovered) doesn’t always come up properly in search on Pinterest, so try looking via my name (Georgia Cornelison) if you have trouble. I have a button in the right hand toolbar that lets you easily follow my boards, plus there’s a pin it button at the bottom of each page and blog post.

Feedback is always appreciated and I actually would love to hear your ideas. Product name ideas, possible combos, whatever. I sincerely appreciate, and even sometimes need, that feedback. Thank you for visiting!

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