Well, the kids are officially out of school. I’m not sure if I should be jumping for joy or uncontrollably sobbing because my life is over 😂! My sanity will be tested with everyone home all day but I’m excited to spend more time with the big kids and to not be pinned down to a certain schedule. This means less crazy mornings of me yelling at the kids to put on their shoes or to eat their breakfast faster, it means a tiny bit more screen time in the afternoons but lots and lots of playing outside, eating popsicles and swimming at the pool. We made our summer bucket list last week and if I can survive it all, it’s going to be a pretty awesome. What are your plans? Anything I should add to our list?!
So… I have a slight problem. I wanna wear normal clothes cause they’re cute and make me feel girly buuuut… all I really wear is athleisure wear. I’m serious. If you ever see me in real life 9/10 I’m wearing yoga pants and a workout tee with sneaks and a top knot. Because lets get real for a second. I HAVE NO WHERE TO GO WEARING JEANS. Seriously. I live in my house or at the gym or at the grocery store or running kids to and from school and NONE of those situations/locations are fancy enough for me to put on pants. I actually have some reeaaal comfy jeans that I’d wear if I had to but they’re NEVER as comfortable as actual leggings. #amiright? What I wanna know is when do you guys wear jeans? If it’s date night, then it’s acceptable. If it’s work, a work meeting, a play date with other moms, acceptable. If it’s to your kids school program, acceptable. If
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How to not suck at being healthy! Disclaimer: As I write this I’m currently eating an entire bag of chocolates. Now that that’s off my chest, let us proceed. Tops | Bottoms We are well into the first month of the new year… how are your resolutions comin’ along?! I for one can honestly say I need a do-over. It’s been a crazy 2017. So I’m digging deep and reminding myself of all the ways I used to not suck at being healthy. Hopefully, this will inspire my core to want more sit-ups and less donuts!! 1) Make a plan. I’m so scatter-brained when the house is full of noise that I rely heavily on my list of to-do’s. I write down what I’m going to do at the gym the next day, what I plan on eating, and how I’m going to fit it into my schedule. If working out relies on me waking up extra early, or getting the kids ready before 9am, then