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.
When my sisters and I were little we used to do blindfold taste tests where we’d dare each other to eat or drink whatever concoction we’d created, usually some disgusting mixture of ketchup, hot sauce, applesauce, and whatever was closest to rotting in the fridge. This activity is exactly like that. HAHA! Just kidding, you guys. We’ll leave the mild torture to siblings when the kids are a bit older.
Instead you’re going to put together a plate of different foods with different tastes and textures that you have lying around the house. I included chocolate chips because I am still vying for my “Mother of the Year” title and knew it would be a major hit.
I also included limes because I was pretty certain they’d get a huge reaction and there’d be all sorts of sputtering and dramatics, which is exactly what you’re looking for in a successful taste test.
The kid seriously gave me nothing. She was like, “Yep, Mom, that’s a lime. Not bad at all.” I, on the other hand, thought I was hysterical, because somebody needs to encourage me, right?
There. We got the drama we needed.
I was surprised at how detailed her descriptions were once we got going. The strawberries tasted like “bits of clouds” while she immediately recognized the avocado because “it was slimy and slid down my throat.”
I’d say she was pretty pleased with her near perfect score. I feel like next time, it’s going to be all about the ketchup concoction, don’t you think?