If you follow me on Instagram, you may have noticed I recently made a HUGE order with E.L.F. Cosmetics.
I used to think that self-worth was some how tied into your relationship status. That being single spoke volumes about your character and deemed you unlovable and lonely. My, how far I’ve come.
The great thing about eating a low carb, ketogenic diet is that almost anything you want to eat can be transformed into a low carb replacement. It makes it super easy to stick to your diet plan and not stray into a carb-heavy cheat day.
PIZZA. IS. LIFE. and thanks to this super easy fathead dough recipe, you don’t have to go without on a low carb or ketogenic diet.
This is Sophie. Sophie is more than “just a dog”. She is my calm, my serenity, my constant. She is the first face I see in the morning, and the last face I see before bed. She is my rock. To some, she is nothing more than a slobbering, stinky dog, and to others she’s an imperative family member. But to me, she’s even more than that. She is my “person”.
This month is going to be intense. And difficult. In turn, it will teach you (and me) a lot about ourselves, our habits, and our cognitive self awareness. I’m announcing this challenge earlier than usual this month since it does take a little bit of preparation.
One of the most daunting aspects of switching to a low carb or keto diet is trying to find decent recipes to make. We as humans are creatures of habit. Most of us have been making the same recipes and meals for our whole lives so transitioning to a new way of eating can be intimidating. Simply typing “low carb recipes” into Google is a surefire way to feel instantly overwhelmed so I’ve put together a list of 4 solid resources that will help answer the question “Where are the best places find low carb recipes?”.
Subscriptions are all the rage right now. The prospect of getting a box of random yet themed “stuff” in the mail every month has the minimalist in me shooketh. However, I’m okay with getting on board with simple subscriptions that will send me specifically what I need.
Minimalism has done wonders for my anxiety. I’m truly happier and more content than I have ever been and it feels so damn good to say that because it’s been a very long road. I have removed both physical and mental clutter from my life, resulting in a calm that I have desperately craved — for as long as I can remember! I’m not sure exactly how this happened but I welcome it with open arms. It’s almost become a coping mechanism for me.
My daughter has been asking me to let her dye her hair for the last 6 months. My first thought was hell no! but I started to realize that was more because of my fear of being judged than anything else, and really, that’s not a valid reason.