1. Kitchen Gadgets
We all have those gadgets that promised to make cooking easier but end up collecting dust in our drawers. Did you know the average household owns about 6 kitchen gadgets but only regularly uses 2 of them? It's time to say goodbye to those specialty cutting gadgets! You know the ones... the banana slicer, the avocado scooper, the grape slicing contraption, the vegetable spiralizer that seemed like a good idea at the time... LET THEM GO. Your kitchen drawers will thank you! There is one magical tool that can be found in every kitchen in America... it cuts anything you need it to, and it's called a knife. It takes up way less space, and it is 100x more versatile.
9. Expired Makeup
If you want beautiful, glowing skin, paying attention to what you put on your body is just as important as paying attention to what you put in your body, nutritionally. Makeup has a shelf life, and using expired products can lead to skin irritation and infections. Check the expiration dates and toss anything that's past its prime to keep your skin healthy and glowing. Don't know how to check your product's expiration date? Look for this symbol on the back, bottom, or side of your makeup! The number stands for the amount of months your product is "good" for after opening.
In this blog post, I share 11 reflection questions designed to help you navigate through the highs and lows, celebrate your achievements, and pave the way for a more intentional and fulfilling year ahead.
Health Update (Sep '23)
A couple months ago I started seeing a Functional Medicine Doctor and am finally getting some answers as to why I feel the way I do.
Read all about it here.