I'm a hugeeeee gal's gal. I love jewelry, clothes, jewelry, purses, big flowers nearing the size of Alabama, shoes and jewelry. My family and friends understand this about me and did a lot over the years to feed into what some experts may call my addiction. Every Christmas or birthday a few people would pick out something so perfect, offering the right amount of gawd, glitter, or glistening perfection that it was clearly made for me. Now like the sweet feeling of upping the carat count someone else came into my life and not only accepted these same perks and quirks of mine but embraced that this was the way I would probably always be. This guy quickly figured that, Hey, if you can't beat 'em.. build it for her.
We all hear the buzzwords self care more than ever these days. Every where you turn, a lifestyle blogger, health guru, or magazine article shares insight on ways to treat yo self to some basic T. While I love modern discussions as much as the next girl, I’m aware sometimes it just doesn’t fit and you have to reset what isn’t working. For example, some weeks I am just done by the tine Friday hits. Hell, a rough Wednesday or Thursday has crept in there, too, requiring a pause and reflection for how best to naturally beat a funk or a “feeling of less than stellar”. Here my top self care reset ideas for your consideration: Drink water: Warm it with some lemon, try some green tea for an antioxidant boost, or just plain old room temperature is a sure way to get the boost to feeling a bit better. Face it: Fewer things feel as good as a really great face mask. I love charcoal in particular lately and always feel refreshed and restored and ready to ‘face’ another day. See w