There’s always a ton of articles about how to lose your baby weight, but what about those of us who have managed to keep it on? Sometimes even YEARS later. Doesn’t our effort count for anything?!?!? Click through to see my best tips. 😎
There are seriously so many goodies on this list – from my (expensive, but use it every day) Nespresso machine to my Glossier make up, which makes me look awake for school drop off – it’s LIFE-CHANGING. If I do say so myself. 😂
What if you could make one tiny change a week until you found yourself living life with more joy, connection and confidence? What if you made the tiniest shifts and started feeling like the truest version of yourself? What if you finally unleashed your inner rock star on the world? It can happen. Pinkie swear.
There’s nothing I love more than a romper for Summer – there’s basically nothing to think about! I took one of my faves (a basic black version) and styled it three ways for going out, heading to the park, and off to work.
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Make an ornament to hang on the tree or give as a gift.
Make a gingerbread house.
Make and mail Christmas cards.
Make a cranberry popcorn garland.
Make snowflakes for the windows.
Make someone from another country a treat that reminds them of home.
Make fake snow to play with.
Send holiday mail for heroes (cards for service members).
Buy someone a surprise coffee.
Donate to a favorite charity.
Give your spare change to a Salvation Army bell ringer.
Donate a toy or adopt a family.
Send gifts directly to those in need at the Bloggess’ Annual James Garfield Miracle.
Give your favorite book to someone you don’t know well.
Send a surprise gift to a relative you haven’t seen in awhile.
Make edible “gifts” for squirrels and birds.
Make cookies to give the neighbors or take some by your local fire station.
Donate gift cards to your local school so families in need can buy presents.
Send “snow” to someone in a warm climate.
Donate canned goods.
EAT & DRINK:
Drink hot chocolate.
Drink egg nog.
Have Christmas afternoon tea.
Make/decorate Christmas cookies.
Make a yule log cake.
Try a holiday specialty from another country.
DO & SEE: at home
Write a letter to Santa.
Have Santa call you with “Message from Santa.”
Place candles/lights in the windows.
Pick out and decorate a tree (or go to a tree farm and cut down a tree).
Sing Christmas carols (or go caroling).
Learn all the words to a new Christmas song.
Listen to Christmas music.
Watch a Christmas movie.
Read a Christmas story.
Kiss under mistletoe.
Hang a wreath.
Follow Santa’s journey on the NORAD Santa tracker.
Have a Christmas tree slumber party.
Put up Christmas lights.
Do a “Polar Express Mini Van.”
Have a snowball fight (or a sockball fight if there isn’t any snow).
out and about
Go ice skating.
Go to The Nutcracker.
Wear an ugly Christmas sweater.
Wear holiday glasses or headbands.
Listen to carolers or children performing.
Go to a Parade of Lights.
Check out the Zoo Lights.
Drive around and look at Christmas lights.
See a holiday play like “A Christmas Carol” or “Santa Land Diaries.”
Ride a train.