Hello! Happy Monday!
I’m thinking everyone is having a great Monday since it’s a holiday! haha I will be doing some work but also enjoying the day with a family bbq 🙂
These pictures are from Friday. The day was beautiful and I made some yummy oatmeal (brown sugar + maple syrup) with peach and kiwi. I normally eat oatmeal with peach because I like how sweet it tastes but I had some kiwi at home and decided to add it this time; it turned out to taste really delicious since the kiwi brings some tropical flavor to it. Very refreshing!
Es lunes pero es un dia feriado aqui en USA entonces supongo que casi todos estan teniendo un suuuper lunes! Yo voy a trabaja un poquito y disfrutar de un bbq en familia.
Estas fotos son del Viernes, el dia estaba super lindo y hice una avena super rica. La avena tiene azucar morena y miel. Casi siempre como mi avena con durazno pero estaba vez le anadi kiwi. No sabia como iba a quedar pero me encanto la verdad porque el kiwi tiene un sabor como tropical que es super refrescante.
How do you take your Oatmeal?
Como preparan su Avena?
It’s no surprise that I don’t like wearing makeup; I mean, I like it (it makes me look 10 times better) but I just never really got into the habit of neeedding to put it on every morning so, I wear it on 2 occasions.
- When I go out, out. Or,
- The morning after (the club, that is).
So, the narcissist in me wanted to know what kind of foods would keep me from looking like death every morning. I want to know what kinds of food are healthy enough that your skin reflects it.
This is what I found:
According to Jo Lewin from BBC GOOD FOOD fruits and veggies are all you need.
- Pumpkin, carrots, sweet potatoes, kale, papaya and spinach are strong antioxidants which are necessary for skin cell development and healthy skin tone.
- Vitamin C found in: blueberries, kiwi, oranges, papaya, broccoli and strawberries are also antioxidants great for the immune system, radiant skin and helps blemishes heal properly. These are awesome because they help produce collagen which is what our skin looses as we age AKA wrinkles.
Workout. You get more oxygen and blood flow to the skin which allows nutrients to get to your skin and that helps getting glowing skin.
Ok, so I hope this helps a little guide. I don’t want to bore you with too much information; next time we’ll take about more ways to be and look healthy.
Before I go… Don’t forget to drink your water and of course… sleep!
Happy Monday! Today, as an inspiration post I wanted to talk a little bit about fashion. Some people might think fashion is only on the clothes they wear everyday, which is why they think it’s expensive to be fashionable.
Coco Chanel said it right “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” And that is what I want people to realize, fashion is not on the designer that made your blazer, fashion surrounds us every single day of our lives and it shapes our style.
I’m inspired by simplicity, color and elegance and if you take a look, yes, that defines who I am and how I dress.
Today, I’m inspired by health and clean eating… This will also shape my life in some form and somehow it will make its way thru my fashion 🙂
I’m doing a 8 juice cleanse. All the juices are different but they all have some kind of fruit and/or vegetable. This is suppose to cleanse your body so that you become more radiant! Let’s see what happens 🙂
Have a Blossoming Day!