Oggi è il primo giorno di primavera e qui in casa Gagliardo, in questi giorni, abbiamo ricaricato le batterie. Siamo pronti per nuove avventure quindi continuate a seguirci perché ne vedrete delle belle!
Spring starts today and we’re super happy. During those days we’re recharged our batteries and we’re ready to start new adventures! So stay tuned cocktail lovers!
Even though we say a million times a day,”Share with your brother, don’t hit your brother ( ugh terrible twos), be nice to your brother!”at the end of the day they are the best of friends. So sweet, peaceful,& angelic. They might share room but, this is a first. Makes my heart happy to know they really get along and love each other . #recharging#ourangels 😉#brothersandbestfriends#meltsmyheart ❤️
Even more burnt out then sweet potatoes I accidentally forgot about in the oven for 2 hours yesterday while catching up @nbcthisisus (RIP sweet pots.) But luckily for me, I am not a sweet potato (yet) and have the ability to reset and recharge. I have not be as active in the past week and even took a full 48 hours off (yup, didn’t even post my bomb brunch from this weekend *gasp*) because I simply lacked the energy and my heart wasn’t in it. I kept willing myself to post, “but that workout was so awesome you have to share it!” but my mind just couldn’t do it. Between running around the city on my apartment hunt (for anyone outside of NYC, it is BRUTAL), work and recent big life choices, my energy has been depleted.
This account has given me so much: I’ve made incredible connections that have blossomed into real friendships (@thecitybeet ily), learned so much and have been inspired by you all daily. But it can also be overwhelming and draining at times. And yes, when I stop posting, I see my followers drop which creates a negative feedback loop that only feeds into this pressure of “always being on.” Recognizing the disconnect within the fact that this outlet I use to share my ~wellness life~ was actually fueling a state of unwellness, I decided I was in dire need of a digital detox. And while most people are very vocal on here about self care in the form of baths and face masks sometimes the most profound thing you can do to take care of yourself is just completely let go. Can anyone relate to this pressure? How do you cope?
Facing a new week like. It’s always home where I find my om. Recharging mind, body and spirit before I’m off to explore again.
My top 5 ways to do that:
1. Know your limits
3. Eat right
4. Make time for yourself
5. Mix things up