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THURSDAY  •  MARCH 12, 2020
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"If you’re always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be."
~ Maya Angelou
tonight's pick-me-ups

Things we're doing to unwind and get cozy before bed tonight: 

💆‍♀️ Remedying the headache of a long week. Also the worst of headaches, aka migraines. Good news that there are natural ways to relieve them. #brbbuyinglavender

👗 Going bold.
Use this guide to rock Spring's latest styles, even the uber intimidating ones from a lingerie top to neons as bright as blooms.

🏖️ Switching up the traditional.
The buddymoon is a group honeymoon (!!) that keeps the wedding party going with your closest friends in sunny Mexico, a snowy cabin in Wyoming, and plenty other of trips for adventure.

🍹 Drinking with benefits.
These wellness mocktails are a cool welcome to the new season plus great for immunity boosting or tension relaxation. Ahem, we'll take a turmeric tonic. #sipsiphooray
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bedtime stories

Reads when you're up late anyway. Here are tonight's round-up for every occasion:

 CULTURE  For when there just aren't enough hours in the day ~ Calling it now: watching Netflix shows on doublespeed will be the next game changer. "It’s incredible how quickly your brain can adapt to this tempo. Once it does, you can consume all the content you tend to consume faster. In the case of podcasts and audiobooks, you can listen at double speed, while also doing other activities. Get the dishes done. Go for a walk outside. You’re free to move around while learning at a rapid speed and it’s wonderful. In my mind, the option to play things at double speed is a transformational technology in terms of humans sharing information. But now, I’m spoiled. I want all content to be at double speed, especially television shows, which tend to have handfuls of hourlong seasons to consume."

 HEALTH  For when we're crying for the worst reasons ~ Stuffy noses, itchy eyes, and that annoying cough are all symptoms of allergy season — and we feel for you. "According to the report, scientists 'aren't certain why air pollution and allergies are related, but they suspect that mixing chemicals from air pollution with airborne allergens like pollen makes those allergens more potent.' Because of these negative environmental effects, they discovered allergy season is getting longer by an average of 24 days. 'According to our definition of allergy season,' Lauren Broffman said, 'the 2019 average for all 10 of those cities is around 216 days (about seven months).' I guess we better stock up on tissues."

 RELATIONSHIPS  For when you're hearing crickets ~ Whether your phone is blowing up or the banter is dwindling, know that both are completely normal for texting in a relationship. "Our standards for communication are often set in the dating phase when things are new and exciting and you have a lot to learn about each other. For lots of folks, once you settle into a relationship, get into a routine and even move in together, there’s less urgency ... Just to play devil’s advocate, it’s reasonable to want to have a couple of workday check-ins, but it’s also completely fine to be radio silent. Absolutely nothing is 'normal.' Some couples text a million times a day, while others save it for pillow talk. Sometimes, on super busy workdays, there might be no communication at all. And that’s totally fine. Try to figure out your limits so you can draw up the communication blueprint for your relationship."

 WELLNESS  For when cinnamon rolls cure all ~ Tough day at work? First time hosting? Whipping up some cinnamon rolls can be just the fix beyond anxiety baking. "Then, another time I had visitors, I felt that familiar anxiety creep up while I tried to make sure everyone was entertained and happy. So I started the whole baking process over. Not only did mixing, kneading, and rolling keep me from hovering over everyone and asking if they needed another drink (guilty), it also made for easy conversation. Turns out, people love to ask about the recipe or how they can help. And I love it when they ask because their questions and comments fill the silence with natural conversation."
sounds for sweet dreams
Brockhampton (ft. Dua Lipa) ~ Sugar
last stop to dreamland

A coffee cart to be the hostess with the mostess this weekend. Materials: mugs, teas, coffee, sugar,  appliances, utensils, containers, trays, and plants (yes, plants). Directions: plug in appliances, arrange mugs on a tray, line up coffee/tea/sugar ddecoratively, and flourish with plants.
☁️🌛 Goodnight and go tuck yourself ☁️

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