I’m not a big candy lover. Personally I’d rather have buckets of tortilla chips, guac, & spicy salsa any day of the week over sugary-ass candy.
On Halloween it’s like, sort of a crime not to have a few pieces.
I mean, right?
So anyway, here’s some of the candy that’s currently serving at home decor at my casa ( AKA ‘The Kitty Den’ ). And I’m def indulging in some tropical Skittles + sour SweetTarts.
So sue me.
BTW: does anyone have any healthier versions of candy for next year’s trick-o-treaters? I looked at Whole Foods today but didn’t find anything that was individually packaged. If you know of any yummy, healthier candy options, leave the link/name below.
Ok, so I have a question ( because lately you guys are like, the best ever at answering any/every question ).
But first a lil backstory: I’m typically not an early riser; I believe in A LOT of sleep…because, uhhh duh–?! It’s healing, energizing, & healthy.
BTW: a lot of ZZzzz’s doesn’t automatically make someone a lazy, unproductive slob.
I mean, I love to heal my body from the inside out & let it rest- & honestly? In my opinion, sleep is brain food.
Plus it feels damn good.
BUT. Lately I’ve been thinking about waking up an hour earlier ( yes, I think about this stuff; #anxiety ).
So. Normally I wake up between 8:45 am-9:30 am.
This has worked well for me. It may not work for you. But in my experience, it’s worked swimmingly. Also, keep in mind I go to bed between 12:30 am-1 am…I’m def most productive late at night.
Anyway as I’m getting older ( boo ), a 8:15 am-8:30 am wake up call sounds weirdly more appealing.
Ok, now for the question(s). To all the early risers out there: what are some tips on how to wake the F up? Give me the nitty gritty ( not some alarm-setting-wash-my-face-with-freezing-cold-water-tip ).
Oh! &, ya I know what they say…”the early bird gets the worm.”
…But hey, the second mouse gets the cheese ( AKA the sleep ; ) ).
[ A recommendation from my GF, Carly…a new addiction! ]
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