Year of Firsts: So behind

I’ve been completely absent minded about keeping up with my Year of Firsts posts, but I’m still trucking. So here goes nothing…

August 11th

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Giving this new Bevespi inhaler a try.

12th

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Never been able to buy this in NJ until now.

13th

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Not quite like our family recipe, but still a good deal.

14th

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Sobiyet plus baclava. Enlightening.

15th

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Halal Chinese food from China Pagoda in Paterson, NJ. Good stuff.

16th

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It was a legendary experience.

17th

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Turkish pastry shop with the essential group of elderly men sitting out front socializing.

18th

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A hair salon named after Palestine.

19th

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Not usually a fan of croissants but these weren’t bad.

20th

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It’s not easy being green but it was tasty.

21st

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I never win, but only play to see if I can beat my previous time.

22nd

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Rainbow bagels are strange. The green dough just takes over and gets all stuck in your smile.

23rd

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People want to talk to me about work and I have no idea what to say.

24th

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Just trying to get money for spending money.

25th

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Gave it a try. It’s not a bad collection.

26th

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I will try anything to help with this asthma. However, this was a failure and did nothing.

27th

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Trader Joe’s has these labelled as “teeny tiny potatoes.” Teeny tiny potatoes with lots of flavors.

28th

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This is the day I realized that all cards should be pop-up cards.

29th

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This is a really good book. I’m glad I picked it up.

30th

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I don’t make a habit of reading food labels, but this made me laugh. First I’ve seen of this Good Stuff.

31st

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Monstress is an interesting book, to say the least.

September 1st

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Now I know what my eyes would look like on a thumb.

2nd

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First time paying my phone bill with change.

3rd

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This lemon zinger cake was disgustingly sweet. I’ll pass.

4th

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Got a free jade roller. Can’t really see what the big deal is.

5th

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Trying to sniff the stress away. Why not?

6th

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Adding this to my list of favs.

7th

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This is probably the only time I’ve ever been able to read a graphic novel in its entirety in one sitting. I’d highly suggest this to anyone and everyone.

8th

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Sahara in Manville, NJ makes their own bread. It’s perfect.

9th

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Give a new hairstyle a try.

10th

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Poke bowl for the win! Okie Pokie is an amazing restaurant.

11th

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This is the day I learned that rabbits can be litter trained. Who knew?

12th

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Now I know why I never buy sandwiches at Wawa. So disappointing.

13th

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The freshest berry cake ever.

14th

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First time I’ve ever seen anyone pray for a hurricane. I think you’re supposed to pray to be safe from the hurricane or something but you don’t usually pray for one. Nice try.

15th

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Trying to keep track of my asthma symptoms. It’s like a full-time job.

16th

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First time seeing a pulmonologist. Let’s hope this leads somewhere.

17th

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I’ve never felt like a job description was meant for me until now. I can sweep and mope, easily.

18th

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Usually, I can coax these hairs to chill out with product, but not this time. They were too excited to sit down.

19th

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A blended pumpkin spice latte. How have I never had it blended before?

20th

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Gave the perky pigtails a go and now I wish I had a gold beard.

Well, that was a fun catch up. Can’t believe the year is almost over. Where did the time go?

Anyways, until next time…

Peace and Pistachios,

Heba

xoxo

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Year of Firsts: Foam

If you know me then you know that I’ve got some thick hair. I joke that my hair would be great material to make mops out of because it could suck up the ocean.

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Every time I go to get my haircut, whoever is washing my hair is always commenting on how they could probably pour the entire tub of conditioner on it and my hair would practically inhale it in seconds.

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I got this free sample of Kerasilk Repower Foaming Conditioner in the mail. I finally gave it a go yesterday. The effects were alright, nothing to write home about, but the process was bizarre.

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Foaming products always get me. One second it’s liquid, the next it is foam. It’s weird. It starts off in your hand as a tiny little foam baby and within seconds it’s a foam mountain monster.

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But even this foam monster was nothing for my hair. I used the entire sample bottle on my hair and nothing. Nothing spectacular happened. Nothing even semi ok happened.

My hair is a mop. *Shrugs* Oh well.

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Until tomorrow…

Peace and Pistachios,

Heba

xoxo

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Asthma: Page 22

Pink Eye: Page 90

Hair Growth: Page 107

Urinary Infection: Page 237

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-A-Z of Conditions covered for nearly every

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-Every condition comes with a natural solution.

-Images to match your condition.

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-And just for good measure, I have given you some over

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Why Natural Remedies?

 

 

That question can be asked all day long by people who want to put their

faith in the pharmaceutical industry. But the truth is, even health care

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If you’re skeptical let’s look at the

facts on Natural Remedies…

 

-Natural Remedies have been the main medicine in China

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-25% of prescribed drugs contain natural remedies in the USA.

-In Germany a third of Medical Doctors have studied natural drugs.

-Natural remedies are FDA approved otherwise they would not

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Natural Remedies are not something that which is a quirk or a trend,

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The Best And Last Book On Art Needlework

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This is a fantastic Victorian needlecraft book. You’re sure to love it!

This book’s 120 pages are packed with black and white photos, descriptions, instructions and patterns. There are some great vintage advertisements, too! You’ve got to see this book to believe it.

This digital VINTAGE book has been enlarged to a full 8½” x 11″ – much easier to read than the original 7¾” x 9¾” printed in 1895. The pictures are much clearer and larger, too! This is a great help when trying to follow the instructions. The original book’s print size is so small that it is VERY hard on your eyes and it is easy to miss a step in almost any project you try. Now with the larger format, you can read and follow the directions with ease.

AND… because you can print out the project you are working on, you won’t have to fight keeping a book open to the desired page. Nothing drives me nuts faster than trying to work on a project and the page keeps flipping or the book won’t stay open. I’m sure you know what I mean. No more propping a book open with whatever you can find to keep it at the page you need! Your printout can be placed just about anywhere for easy reading.

These features alone make this digital book SO MUCH EASIER to use than a conventional book. Not only will your eyes thank you but you will find it much more relaxing and fun to actually work on the project.

But wait! There’s More…

(Sorry, I just couldn’t help myself!)This digital book is easy to navigate. Now there is a Table of Contents plus an Index (something not found in the Original) to help you find just what you are looking for. This book is NOT just a SCAN of the original pages. With scanned copies, when you enlarge the page to make it easier to read or see a picture more clearly, the print gets blurry and you are unable to read it. With this e-book you will find this is not an issue. It has been re-typeset (except for the advertisements) in larger type to produce top-notch clarity for ease of reading. All the pictures have been scanned, enlarged and meticulously digitally remastered so you can see as much detail as possible. They are often much clearer than the original pictures!

What’s In this Book?

You will find advice about different types of silks and flosses and their uses, care for embroidered items, ideas for gifts,needlework advice AND you will find amazing patterns for

  • “Victoria” Knitting Silk
  • Knitting Silks and How They Differ
  • “Asiatic” Filo Silk Floss
  • “Roman” Floss
  • “Asiatic” Twisted Embroidery Silk
  • “Asiatic” Honiton Lace Silk
  • “Asiatic” Rope Silk
  • “Mediaeval” Embroidery Silk
  • “Asiatic” Outline Embroidery Silk
  • Silk Sheeting
  • Embroidery Chenille
  • Arrasene
  • Scale for Socks and Stockings
  • Various Stitches — Knitting
  • Things Worth Knowing.
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  • Abbreviations and Explanations of Terms
  • Child’s and Lady’s Silk Stockings
  • Gentleman’s Silk Sock
  • Lady’s Knitted Undervest
  • Infant’s Long Silk Shirt
  • Infant’s Boot and Band
  • Wristers — Infant’s’ Crocheted Socks
  • Infant’s Mittens
  • Lady’s Fancy Mitten
  • Lady’s Jersey Mitten — Wristers
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  • Knee Warmers — Fancy Pattern
  • Knot Stitch
  • Roll Stitch — Daisy
  • Rose Stitch — Roll Picot Stitch
  • Scarf Wheel
  • Guipure Wheel
  • Passementerie Wheel
  • Scarf Wheel #2
  • Chatelaine Chain
  • Daisy Lace
  • Marking Linen
  • Black Crocheted Beaded Bag
  • Long Crochet Purse
  • Baltimore Crocheted Tie
  • Crocheted Umbrella Case
  • Tobacco Bag
  • Work Bag
  • Hair Receiver
  • Crochet Rings
  • Card and Flower Basket
  • Sleeve Holder — Burnt Match Receiver — Needle Book
  • Mouchoir Case — Scarf Wheels — Dress Trimmings
  • Photograph Holder — Scissors Chatelaine — Postal Card Case
  • Twine Bag — Spool Bag
  • Tennis Belt
  • Crocheted Tassel
  • Mountmellick Work
  • Spray of Blackberries and Leaves
  • Maiden Hair Fern
  • Passion Flowers and Leaves
  • Crocheted Suspenders
  • Crocheted Fan Tidy — Silk Slippers
  • Lamp Shade
  • Crocheted Handkerchief Case.
  • Fancy Work made with Silk — Faced Figured Terry and Silk Sheeting
  • Spool Silk
  • Crocheted Garters
  • Illustrated Embroidery Stitches (Thirty-five Illustrations)
  • Proper Shades in Wash Silks
  • All-over Designs
  • Ecclesiastical Designs

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The Ultimate Wishlist

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There are so many things I want in life, but here is the ultimate list:

  1. $150,000 to pay off my student loans
  2. $2 million to buy a home with a farm
  3. Animals… lots and lots of animals in an animal sanctuary
  4. A private jet
  5. A beautiful capsule wardrobe
  6. An indoor, heated pool
  7. A personal trainer
  8. A cure to all my aches and pains
  9. An end to world hunger
  10. PhD funding
  11. A personal hair and makeup artist
  12. A cure for cancer and other life threatening diseases
  13. An end to all wars
  14. A fulfilling career and life
  15. Justice for all

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What do you think about the most?

What do you think about the most?

This is the worst question to ask someone with ADHD. It is like a party in my head. So for an hour, I made a vague note of every weird thing I thought about and here it is:

  • Taking a shower
  • Psoriasis
  • Back pain
  • Menstruation
  • Cleaning
  • Organizing
  • Split ends
  • Nail Polish
  • Kitty scratches
  • Acupuncture
  • Gardening
  • Criminal Minds
  • Money
  • Windstorms
  • Liver dinner
  • Blackheads
  • Cat hair
  • Broken mirrors
  • Dessert
  • Chicken
  • Rejection
  • Fat
  • Writing
  • Sugar cravings
  • Empire
  • Soldiers
  • Coupons
  • Language
  • Crackle
  • Moms
  • Eye color
  • Grandmothers
  • Love
  • Death
  • Lists
  • Crying
  • Family structure
  • Vet visits
  • News
  • Driving
  • Chicago
  • Police Brutality
  • Coffee
  • Math
  • Psychosis
  • Salad
  • Olive Oil
  • Trump
  • Elections
  • Messages
  • Calligraphy
  • Failure
  • God

You see how exhausting it is to be in my brain? All of these topics, thoughts, questions and debates entered my mind in under an hour. Trying to get any one thing done about one singular topic is the most difficult thing for me.

I can’t even imagine what a list of things I think about all day would look like. Or long it would be.

Even while writing this post, I have already given thought to about 15 different subjects.

This is my life…

 

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“…Mary is not just a teacher with 19 years of experience but it’s really the quality of her teaching that’s the most important. Mary is well known for being concise, clear and inspirational…”

“Mary Thompson has been a faculty member at California College of Ayurveda and teaching for 19 years. There are very few people in the USA that have the level of teaching experience that Mary Thompson has and Mary is not just a teacher with 19 years of experience but it’s really the quality of her teaching that’s the most important. Mary is well known for being concise, clear and inspirational.

Here at California College of Ayurveda, all the students love Mary, she’s a wonderful teacher, she cares deeply about the material she is teaching, she is impassioned about it and most important thing is that she is living the principles of Ayurveda that helped her tremendously in her life.

I’m very pleased that you have the opportunity to share how it has helped Mary and also how it’ll help you, so many blessing to all of you as you go on your journey with Mary Thompson.”

Dr. Marc Halpern
D.C.,C.A.S.,P.K.S.

President and Founder of the California College of Ayurveda, Co-founder of the California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine and the National Council on Ayurvedic Education, Former Chairman of the National Committee on Ayurvedic Education for the National Ayurvedic Medical Association

…Mary has a way of explaining things that’s down to earth, that’s grounded, shes a real person, she’s a real westerner and she gets this stuff deep inside out and she’s raised a child. That’s who you want to learn Ayurveda from…

“I’m here to give my full endorsement of Marys Thompson. She was my first teacher at the California College of Ayurveda and I spent my whole first year studying Ayurveda with Mary Thompson and I just have to say for many of us this is the path, Ayurveda learning for us is the path for us to open up into the next level of our life and our teachers matter, so to have Mary as your teacher on this path is an honor.

Mary has a way of explaining things that’s down to earth, that’s grounded, shes a real person, she’s a real westerner and she gets this stuff deep inside out and she’s raised a child. That’s who you want to learn Ayurveda from, someone who can live it.”

Cate Stillman-

Entrepreneur, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Certified Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist. Pancha Karma Specialist and Yoga Teacher, Author and Founder of Yogahealer.com, co-host of the Ayurveda Summit

“…Anyone who gets to study with her is genuinely lucky and I would always be grateful to her for every bit of time I’ve gotten with her as her student…”

“I know Mary from studying at the CCA and also from private tutoring with her after my graduation. I could never say enough about Mary’s teaching- she is genuinely my greatest Ayurvedic teacher. She brings so much knowledge to the table and the most powerful thing about her teaching is the ability to really take all these big ideas all these obtuse, theories and ideas and really bring them to the ground and make then understandable and digestible.

And she really brings so much accessibility to this knowledge for people in the now, for people in 2015. She makes it really possible and really easy to blend this ancient knowledge with our modern lives.

There are so many parts of Mary’s teaching that are potent that it’s hard to pick out just a few but another one of many, many of her strengths is her ability to answer questions from so many different angles. She’s never once failed on a question of mine and I had plenty and she would find answers for me. If I wouldn’t understand one way she would try to find another way. She was really committed to my learning and committed to making this knowledge really mine

I would take anything that Mary teaches at any point, I would take things more than once, there’s just truly no greater teacher you can ask for.

Anyone who gets to study with her is genuinely lucky and I would always be grateful to her for every bit of time I’ve gotten with her as her student.”

Carly Beaudin
Clinical Ayurvedic Practitioner

WHY MUST EVERY WOMAN,

Watch and Share this Program with other Women?

First and foremost, this education should begin right at the age of transition of a girl to a woman- it is THAT important and fundamental. However, in today’s stressful times, it is all the more important for women of all age groups at any stage of life to learn this about their own bodies, to understand and love themselves better.

When we’re young, hail and hearty on relationships issues, maintaining a slim waistline, saving enough for that dream holiday or competing with people at work and at that age, we have no conversations about what is going to happen to you in a few years, nobody talks about the reality that might take a dark shape for you if you do not act ‘now’. As a woman, education for a deeper understanding of the menstrual cycle and the inevitable menopause, is very important.

Not only it is important for you to know about the phenomenon affecting your body today, it is also imp to know before menopause comes and take adequate steps in good time. And if, you find that symptoms are already interfering in your life, it is all the more helpful for you to turn over the Ayurvedic Leaf and experience relief naturally

A lot of relief can be felt not by pills or artificial medication, but by making diet and lifestyle changes, and not just any changes, but the changes right for you, depending on your Doshic composition

You must take responsibility for yourself, especially when Ayurveda makes it so easy for you- external elements such as pills can only do as much, sometimes not even that. can only do as much, sometimes not even that. An educated approach will give you greater control to prevent and manage symptoms.

Even for men, they must know and understand how doshas affect reproductive cycles as well as how they affect women in particular as this would help deepening relationships and make it easier for you and partner to sail through tough times.

What does this course contain?

PART-1

Introduction To Ayurveda

  • What is Ayurveda?
  • Ayurvedic View of Health & Disease
  • The Trifold Cause of disease
  • The Three Pillars of Health
  • Understanding your Dosha: How you are NOT Vata, Pitta or Kapha!
  • Vata: the Principle of Movement
  • Pitta: the Principle of Transformation
  • Kapha: the Principle of Stability
  • The Doshas and The Causes of Disease
  • The Seven Dhatu: Tissues of the body/sites of disease
    -How they affect your reproductive health and how you can take care of them

PART-2

Applying Ayurvedic principles to female reproductive health
Child Bearing Years~
Menstrual cycle & Fertility

  • 6 Signs of Health in Female Reproductive System
  • Understanding Ayurveda’s view of menses and fertility: DHATU
  • How does Vata,pitta and kapha affect reproductive health?
  • Balanced menstruation and Symptoms of imbalance
  • Factors affecting reproductive health:
    • – Endometrial Lining (RASA Quality of the RASA Dhatu)
    • – The egg (SHUKRA Quality of Shukra Dhatu)
    • – Fats of the Omentum (MEDA Quality of Meda Dhatu)
    • – Hormones
    • – STRESS
  • What you need to know about the endocrine system
  • What are the causes of hormonal imbalance?
  • What can any woman do to better manage her hormone levels?
  • Menstruation- A plan to maintain balance all month long:
    • – PACIFYING VATA
    • – PACIFYING PITTA
    • – PACIFYING KAPHA
  • How to deal with Menstrual symptoms
  • Easing PMS
  • Easing Cramping

PART-3

A natural change of life
THE AYURVEDIC UNDERSTANDING
OF MENOPAUSAL SYMPTOMS

  • What, exactly, is menopause?
  • What causes menopausal symptoms?
  • Ayurvedic Interpretation of Menopause and Menopausal Symptoms
  • “Resting on our Estrogen”
  • What is peri-menopause?
  • Symptoms of Menopause
  • Menopausal Symptoms: What they indicate and how to address them:
    • -Hot Flashes
    • -Rasa Tea: An Easy tip for Building Rasa Dhatu
    • -Dry Skin & Vaginal Mucosa
    • -Vascular changes
    • -Liver Support
    • -Loss of Tone: Skin & Muscle
    • -Weight Gain
    • – Thinning Hair and Loss of Bone Density
    • – Menopausal symptoms: What they indicate and how to address them:
    • – Anxiety, Headaches, Irregular heartbeat
    • – A plan to regain balance without estrogen
    • – Dinacharya: Daily Routines for Women’s Health
    • – Summary

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What is in my bag?

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I joke and call it my Mary Poppins bag…

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Mainly because I never know what I’ll find in there or how long it’s been in there…

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But spring cleaning has beckoned me and it is time to declutter…

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And this is what I found in my bag…

  • A bunch of paper towels
  • A handful of coins- mainly pennies
  • My gym ID
  • Lipbalm
  • My wallet
  • Collection liquid eyeliner
  • Antihistamine
  • Hair Ties
  • My keys
  • Eyedrops
  • Old receipts
  • 3 pens
  • Card purse
  • Emergency pads
  • Lotion that doubles as hand sanitizer
  • Gift cards
  • An envelope of coupons

 

Yeah, definitely going to have to purge some of this stuff. Spring cleaning feels so good.

What do you do most when you are bored?

What do you do most when you are bored?

I try and fill up my time with my blog, marathon tv watching, Pinterest, tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, applying for jobs, outfits of the day, making to do lists, thinking about life, playing with my cat, thinking about the future, reading the news, blogilates, doing my hair, arts and crafts, collages, writing, watching tutorials, organizing and so much more. I’m always bored. And I’m always looking for ways to fill my day so that the boredom doesn’t eat away at me.

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