In an effort to not sound too dreary and start stressing about the fact that we are a few days away from March (which means I have just over a month until my wedding (yay!), I decided to fill today’s post with a few of the things I have been doing to help me feel good, look great and give me much needed, all round happy feeling.
For nearly a year now, I have been giving careful consideration to the kinds of products I use on my hair and finally, narrowed it down to a few essentials as well as one home DIY treatment. The products that have had a more noticible effect on my hair however, is from the CHI Luxury Black Seed Oil range by GlamIt Hot Hair and Beauty.
*Grab a cup of tea and get comfortable, this is going to be a long one.
While for some time, my Fibromyalgia pain and symptoms have been somewhat under control, about 2 months ago, I started feeling worse than ever. It eventually got so bad that my pain level reminded me of what it felt like when I just got diagnosed 9 years ago. An increase in insomnia, stress, pain and inflammation were the most prominent and, under all of that, lurked the smaller symptoms like headaches, dizziness, fatigue and difficulty walking. I knew it was time to visit Dr. Graham for a follow up and, since that day, have felt like a shiny, brand new person.
While I find myself admiring others who can pull off various styles of pants, I always seem to stick to one of my trusty skinny jeans which I wear almost all the time. When I saw this tapered pants in store, I immediately felt myself gravitate towards it and knew, without a doubt, that I had to get them.
Keeping in with my last post from my ‘Essentials with Poetry’, I thought I would share another simpler way in which I wear these super comfortable Nylah Skinny Denims and Jenna Sandals. I chose this 100% cotton printed top simply because it adds a bit of subtle luxury to any look and, when paired with denims, seems effortless without being overwhelming. I particularly enjoy how the sandals give structure to the look without stealing the attention away from the top.