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…
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:
I think it's safe to say at this point we all know who Beyonce is and that she does in fact rule the world. Need further prove from anything else you may know as evidence of this? Allow me to share an observation...
Whilst walking for some fresh air and cardio Sunday morning, I found myself jamming to the Beyonce station on Pandora, a first in a long time I will add. Now, with other stations powered by a specific artist, one will find other artists taking up residence on that channel as well. Not in this example. While I admit I did skip a few of Bey's songs, sorry girl, only once did an Alicia Keys song play and once it was Destiny's Child (It was Bugaboo for the record and yes, it was as fabulous as I remember. I also need to remember to dig out my pager from storage). Anyhow, all other songs, whether prompted by skipping or what came next, was Beyonce every.single.time. There we have it; further proof Beyonce is queen of all the lands.