This summer I had a feeling that something wasn’t right. I couldn’t really pin point it. I just felt off.
I was thinking it was competing and just coming down from the high of the experience. Nothing else was wrong—kids were fighting like usual 😆 And hubby and I had the stress of work—normal stuff. I remember at one point I though it must be my thyroid. That is the only logical explanation!
But when I went to my dr appointment, she told me my numbers where the best they had been ever! And she told me I was glowing. All great news. But that didn’t explain how I felt. I would say I felt depressed, but in my head I needed a reason to be depressed and there was no reason. I mean you know it’s bad if I didn’t want to workout 😲 but you know I did!
Well two and a half weeks ago, I stopped drinking 🍹 and eating junk food—like I usually do after summer. I also did my 3-day cleanse and two days later I did a stomach cleanse. After I finished my stomach cleanse, I crawled back into bed to rest before I took the kids to school. During those 30 minutes, I felt alive. I felt energy moving through my body. I was supposed to rest all day, but I had to go to work 😝 when I eventually got out of bed, I knew whatever funk I was in, it was gone! I was ready ana couldn’t wait for my workout!!! And I had to wait until after work!
As I thought about it these last couple of weeks, it is very clear to me what happened. I went from clean eating—absolutely no cheats, to the other extreme—eating and drinking what I wanted. Slowing these poor decisions I was making were destroying me on the inside. I didn’t realize it until I took the junk out and stopped. What if I continued eating and drinking like that? I would feel like absolute 💩 and not know why!
Nutrition is so important and listening to your body is also important! So grateful I figured it out. And those of you struggling, hang in there! You are stronger than you think! #nutritionisthekey#strongerthanyouthink 💪 #glutenfreemom#dairyfreemom#momofthree#boatlife#workingmomlife #fitmomover40#boatinglife #balanceiskey#takecareofyourselffirst
A perfect addition to Chairish's Nantucket picks!! This vintage Curtis (C.) Jere style vintage fishing boat model is estimated to be from the late 1950s or early 1960s and is modeled after a New England fishing boat. Comprised of metal, hand cut and soldered, this model is a true work of art.
Available now from Decorative Discoveries featured on Chairish!! @chairishco
No, it doesn’t suck.
Monday’s don’t suck.
Your genetics don’t suck.
The weather doesn’t suck.
Your partner doesn’t suck. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Your negative mindset sucks.
Stop complaining about what’s missing from your life.
Go and manifest the crap out of your dreams ⚡️
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I cant believe it is less than 90 days till christmas!!
I am now making bespoke grazing/chopping boards, great for christmas presents.
The 2 pictured here are ready to go and I am taking orders for the next lot.
Made from cherry wood and oiled with food grade oil.
PM if you would like more info.
110m Jubilee glowing in the Netherlands 🇳🇱
Built by Oceanco for the late, former emir of Qatar, the yacht was put on the market shortly before its delivery at an asking price of €275 million. Designed by Russian designer, Igor Lobanov, the yacht's exterior features fake, intermediary decks that make the yacht appear larger than it is when looked at from afar.
Now owned by an American billionaire according to several industry sources, Jubilee can accommodate up to 32 guests in 16 cabins and carry a crew of 45. Key amenities onboard include a swimming pool with a built-in aquarium, a helipad and a large beach club.
Photo by @benrotsap_photography
Built by US shipyard Palmer Johnson in 2014, the 49-meter Khalilah became one of the yard's most emblematic yachts thanks to its unusual form and colour. Part of its Super Sport 48 series, the yacht has a total of 5 cabins and can reach a top speed of 30 knots.
Photo by @ridinwide