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 what I did t…
New adventures lie ahead. I've left my full time job in college
admissions and am now full time into mine and Hunter's business. I'm
working on a few other ventures so when I know more I'll follow up on
I spent 6 years working at my last job and while I always knew I would
go to my business full time eventually, it hasn't truly hit me that I'm
not just taking some vacation time and spending a few days away. I'm
ready for my new normal though.
It's times like this I love having a lifestyle blog. I'll look back on
this post at some point and the thoughts had, the feelings felt will all
come back. This is a big milestone, leaving a corporate type job and
going full speed as a small business owner. Yay!!
I've got big plans for the next. Excited for what's to come.
Someone once told me I reminded them of Drew Barrymore. They didn't say if it was for look or personality, so I'm not sure where they drew the conclusion from. See what I did there?
I threw this out to one of my very best and oldest friends Andrea. Talking it out, we agreed that Drew and I do share some similar qualities, both in personality and in dressing and accessorizing. Andrea reasoned that Drew is quirky and a little less traditional, much like me. I reasoned we have the same headbands:
I also recalled that when I was a little girl, everyone thought I looked like a young Drew Barrymore. Both my parents have said people would come up to them all the time and remark on my resemblance to her in that movie Firestarter: