Guys- I realize it might be a hard sell to convince you that a company with Beauty in the name is also looking out for you, but I'm going to give it a try. All of the health conditions potentially... Continue Reading →
November. Often called Stick Season in Vermont. Cold, but not winter yet. Leaves are gone. Snow isn't here yet. Gardens are dying. Skin is drying out... Oh the plus side? It's cozy sweater season. Cute boots. Leggings. Scarves. Hats over... Continue Reading →
No secret here- Beautycounter is my go to company for everything personal care. The quality of the products with the unparalleled attention to safety are a one two punch that leaves everything else in the dust. Then they come out... Continue Reading →
Curiosity killed the cat. Curiosity is one of the most permanent and certain characteristics of a vigorous intellect. Samuel Johnson Curiosity is one of the great secrets of happiness. Bryant H. McGill I'll admit, I don't always choose the curious... Continue Reading →
Let me tell you something- this motherhood journey teaches me something new every day. After a long day back at my seasonal job, I picked up my daughter, we headed to Aldi (if you're not shopping there you're missing out!),... Continue Reading →
I recently did something to put my back out (see- the grandmother theme is catching up) and instead of toughing it out, I did the kind thing- off to the chiropractor I went. The next day the who family came with me for my follow up adjustment and took their turns on the table.
I've never been more proud to work with Beautycounter. The products continue to impress (head over to my shopping page to check out my favorites), but what has me even more wowed by this company is the continuous effort to push for better beauty laws, educate consumers and push themselves to innovate and lead.
Now, the second option is not quite as restorative for me, but it's great mother daughter time. It's good for her to see Mom exercising, even if she doesn't understand. It's important as a mom to not lose sight of who you are. You take on a new identity, but it doesn't have to replace your previous identity.
Busy is a mindset. Busy is not an end goal. Being more stressed than your co-workers doesn't make you a better employee. It doesn't make you happier. Taking time to organize your life, take care of yourself and see the forest for the trees lets you keep that vacation feeling all year long.