It was full of love and that by far is my favorite! But really, when we come from a place of love, life flows effortlessly. When we are afraid, or stuck in fear, it can be so much more challenging.
Moving onto some drinks:
I started taking a little magnesium before bed at night for a few reasons. I heard that it helps with any GERD/digestive issues, also my acupuncturist always tells me to have a little and this helps with sleep. I just do 1/2 a teaspoon in a little warm water and it fizzes up, then I add cold water and drink. I think it works! You can grab Calm off of Amazon.
I think I finally perfected (for now) my at home Matcha lattés. I started pouring the Matcha powder, soy milk and stevia sweetener into my milk frother and it is SO much better! I also like to heat up my yeti mug with hot Keurig water so that it keeps my latté warm while I sip it. It’s not Starbucks, as I am still certain they sprinkle magical unicorn dust in their Matcha Lattés, but it’s better on the wallet and lower in sugar!
I really fell back in love with some delicious green juices. I swear I was coming down with something Thursday of last week and I just tried to stay away from processed sugars (as much much as I could) and really upped my greens. My body craves green juice now! We stopped into this cute Just Juice shop Friday. My boys had a tropical smoothie which they LOVED and I had a shot of ginger and some green juices.
Clearly I’m on a bevvie kick here, but this Tea is so so good!! It stood out to me at the grocery store because one of my Start Today Journal goals is to be calm and intentional. I just recently heard about this herb Ashwagandha and it helps with stress and staying calm. It’s in my current vitamins below as well!
As far as my favorite read of the month, it goes to this one-You Are Not Alone: A Novel It takes a few chapters to get into it because there are so many characters, but it is worth reading until the end!
I get a lot of questions regarding my hair and I do indeed use a Purple shampoo to help keep it a whiter/lighter blond and not more golden yellow. I find that Joico seems to be the best bang for your buck and produces the best results. I do get my hair professionally highlighted and it’s naturally a dirty blond, so as always test it out on some of your hair first before you go and do your whole head. PS do not leave it on for longer than 5-10 minutes or you will get purple hair.
I’m also working hard at amping up the real estate game. Come September, I’m going to have from 8:30 until 4:00 with no kiddos! Seriously, for the first time in 7.5 years I will have no child to care for most of the days—I am excited and sad all at once, but what an opportunity for our family to really grow and prosper! I am also a tad nervous since there are so many facets to real estate, I feel like I should know everything 100% inside and out but the reality is, I have to just start. Learn. Fail. Get up. Try again. It’s all about not giving in or giving up and just doing my best every day. So with that, if you or someone else you know is looking to sell a home in the Rochester area, let me know! Be sure to send them to my Facebook page, Jenn Buys 585.
On the selling side of things, we finished up our Irondequoit house and the kitchen was just so darn cute! Within 6 days we had a buyer. A lovely family moved in and this home is now filled with lots of love! Definitely a favorite that happened in February. If you don’t already, be sure to like our page 585 Rent to Own where we love asking our followers for flipping advice!
We had lots of fun in February, but one of my favorites was taking the kids to see Dino World Live Tour.We had a lot of fun!
I would have to say the other fantastic family moment was when Joe made unexpected reservations at one of our favorite restaurants, The Revelry. The kids got dressed up and we all had a delicious meal! Mama didn’t have to cook which is always a win in my book!
And one of my favorite quotes I stumbled upon this month was this:
We cannot beat ourselves up for what has happened in our past, the people that have let us down or stay stuck in that negative energy that perhaps made us unhappy. I keep telling myself that no matter what, if I do my best every day and that I love myself and honor my time, my energy, my life, everything will be okay.
This month has taught me that once again, everything does happen for a reason, and to stop trying to control things that I have zero control over. God’s Plan is bigger than anything and sometimes you need to give him space, to do his work and he will move mountains.
Looking ahead, I keep picturing how I see Joe and I living our lives in the next few years…
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