When we were little we used to get Easter Baskets galore with large stuffed animals, you know the ones from Costco. It used to be so much fun to open them up, play with new toys and such in the afternoon after Easter Sunday service. As we (my sister and I) got older the less times people celebrated us or made us feel special. For the past couple of years my sister has taken on the role of the Easter bunny, filling up baskets for mom, dad, me and even herself. I guess at the end of the day no matter what your age, it is fun to open up a surprise package because it makes you feel special.
Mental health is one of those things that will forever be at the forefront. It can consume, cripple, or motivate you. While it is starting to become normalized these days or should I say many people are attempting to.
Simply put yes, it absolutely does. Similar to certain food products makeup has a sell by date rather than a strict expiration date. No, there are no rules or regulations that require beauty brands to place a physical deadline on their products. The reason why is simply the start date is determined whenever you first open it and place it on your face.
While they could place a small disclaimer saying the recommended expiration time frame, like some natural juice companies that say best if used in 7 days after opening, they don’t. There are other factors to consider which may be why: If you put on your mascara to make yourself feel more alive than you do on the inside, you probably shouldn’t put it back on your face again. The basic use by standards are placed below that scientists recommend due to the rate of bacteria growth on the products. In other words, your makeup could be making you sick.
While I’ve owned Get Bendy for a couple of years now, I recently committed to set aside time for myself to stretch four days a week. Taking out my tablet to follow the Get Bendy program always seemed draining, mainly because the tablet was a bit outdated that I had installed it on. Needless to say, it would shut off every other page, which led me to printing out the Get Bendy Guide.
As a fashion/ lifestyle blogger focusing on the full circle of health is extremely important. Mental health affects the fashion, beauty and physical aspects of our life. For this health reset challenge, it will be different from person to person.
With any lifestyle desserts are a good pair. Throughout the last couple of years desserts have been a like a sour patch kid. Sour in mindset and sweet in taste. Since I do not drink milk it has been a mission to find desserts that do not make me feel sick. Yes I still enjoy rich sugar filled desserts every once in awhile, however, these are the sweets I have more often.
After missing a couple of posts this month, I decided it was time to evaluate my psychological and physical health. The two are a couple holding hands but when one is without the other things get rocky. When physical health is abandoned eventually psychological health starts to fall apart. It is important to remember to take time for yourself no matter how daunting your checklist is. I fall prey to this easily and pay for it every time.