Grocery Haul

Is it weird that I like to know what people buy from the grocery store?

I have taken an interest in Youtube for many years now, and oddly enough, some of my favorite, most captivating videos to watch are grocery store hauls. Basically, I’m really lame….

But since I really enjoy knowing what people stock their fridge with, I thought I’d share my healthy items with all of you.

  • Bananas – for smoothies (best when ripe and frozen)
  • Honey crisp apples – my current obsession (if you haven’t tried one, you have to, hands down best apples)
  • Califia Farms unsweetened vanilla almond milk- just your basic almond milk (I actually prefer their toasted coconut almond milk more)
  • Aidell’s chicken apple sausage- my favorite breakfast sausage, I could eat it every morning (plus no nitrates, additives or unnatural sugar)
  • Nature’s Path fruit sweetened corn flakes- yummy cereal that doesn’t have added sugar? Yes please.
  • Organic cauliflower – my plan is to chop, steam and freeze this baby so I can add it to my smoothies for added thickness (I will keep you updated on that)
  • Strawberries – I actually bought 2 of these because they were on sale and I want to eat all the ripe strawberries before they’re out of season
  • Spinach – already washed and ready to eat (I got this specifically for green smoothies and breakfast scrambles)
  • Sonoma gluten free tortillas – I tried one of these this morning and I’m not sure if I like them or not yet

well now you know what I picked up at the grocery store

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what do you buy at the grocery store?

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How to be Healthy When You’re a Student

Work, school, study, repeat

With it being the third week of fall semester, my days have been full. Trying to balance being a student, a part-time employee, and having a social life is nothing short of challenging. Maybe I’m the only one, but one of the first things that I sacrifice when life gets hectic is taking time for myself and focusing on my health. When I have to be at work at 7 it’s hard to eat a filling, healthy breakfast unless I wake up extremely early. Then only have an hour between work and class makes it very difficult to pack a lunch and usually leaves me grabbing something quick. Not to mention, with a packed schedule that demands late nights, early mornings and focus for school work, it’s very easy to become best friends with caffeine. Oh, and working at a coffee shop doesn’t help very much.

Can anyone relate?

For a second there I forgot to spend any time working on myself, and I’m the type of person that if I continue to forget about bettering myself for more than two weeks I start drowning. I won’t even notice it sometimes until subtle things become apparent and I have to stop and realize that the cause of them are from neglecting certain aspects of my life. You guessed it, the first place I see a negative change is my skin… whether it’s from stress or cheating slightly in my diet, I notice direct correlation with breakouts.

Just this past week I looked in the mirror, and all at once, realized wow, when was the last time I did something for me? Mind you, I suddenly became aware of this because of a breakout that gave me a flashback of the years I struggled with acne. I slowly had been losing sight of my health and skincare roots. For the first time I felt as if I could relate to everyone who’s told me their countless excuses as to why they don’t eat a clean diet- “I’m too busy” “I work too much” “School is hard and I can’t worry about that” “My schedule doesn’t allow for me to eat good”. So, if you’re in the same boat as me, rowing down a fast-paced river with lots of rapids, I want you to know that you can still eat clean, but don’t stress about being perfect.

My best tips to live healthy while being busy

1.Make the best possible choices

It’s okay that you’re not super woman and don’t have time to meal prep every single meal seven days a week, and it’s okay that you want to sleep in the extra thirty minutes instead of cooking a full breakfast spread. I understand that life is busy and unpredictable and sometimes you don’t want to worry about working a full day and then coming home to cook dinner. However, what you do have control over is choosing healthy restaurants to get takeout from, and picking the best options when it comes to food. Opt for gluten free whenever possible (almost everywhere should have at least one option nowadays), ask for the dairy free option, and try to go away from processed, sugary foods. Start ordering coffee with honey instead of a sugary syrup sweetener, or switch out cream for an alternative milk like coconut.

2. Have healthy snacks on hand

Trust me, I know how tempting it is to eat the quickest thing while you’re running around town doing errands, studying or find yourself hungry at work… but one of my best recommendations is to always keep quick, healthy snacks on hand for those times when you’re in a pinch. Some of my favorites are RX bars, macro bars, lara bars or perfect bars. Fruit, or trail mix is a great choice, or even hummus and veggies is simple to pack as a snack. Instead of getting fast food, plan ahead and stock up on healthy food when you’re at the grocery store, so that you have healthy options within reach.

3. Drink water

Of course this one should be a no brainer, but for some reason I know that when I’m non-stop busy, I forget to stay hydrated. There are so many benefits to drinking water it’s crazy: clearer skin, increase energy, flushes toxins from the body, aids in weight loss (just to name a few).

3. Get healthy sweets

If you’re anything like me I have the biggest sweet tooth, like ever. So, I think I would die if I didn’t have healthy sweets available to me. Sometimes we need to be rewarded- whether it’s for a hard day at work, or school, or  you’re on your period, or maybe you just feel like eating chocolate and watching the office… you deserve it. But instead of indulging in overly sweet, fake, or processed sugars I recommend opting for the alternatives (and yes, they still taste great, I promise!).

Chocolate: Lily’s Chocolate, Evolve chocolate

Simple Mills cookies– these are the best cookies ever- sweetened with coconut sugar, grain free, and freakin’ delicious

Coconut Bliss ice cream: better than regular full dairy ice cream… this stuff is addicting and only sweetened with agave nectar. What the heck!

4. Invest in yourself

Take time for yourself. Take a bath, put on a face mask, watch your favorite show or listen to your favorite music, light some candles and remember your worth. I find it much easier for myself to stay in a healthy mindset and continue to pursue goals when I practice self care. I love to read the bible and write in my prayer journal. We have to remember to love ourselves and be kind to our bodies because they’re the only ones we have. Don’t be so hard on yourself: it’s okay if you eat chocolate or have something other than a salad, just listen to your body.

5. Be thankful

Count your blessings. From personal experience, I know that I am most happy and healthy when I remember to be positive and have a grateful heart always. If you let negativity creep in it can be easy to lose sight of health goals and caring for our bodies- inside and out.

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The Unknown

What is God’s intricate plan for my life?

 

I find myself wondering this a good amount throughout my days. Job opportunities, school, family, travel, relationships….. what is God asking of me?

I want to be His servant and say yes to His plans for me. All I can do is knock on the door and see if it opens. In this season, I need to have the virtues of patience and trust. For his grace is more faithful than my own…

If you’re at a crossroads and seem to be faced with tough decisions, I encourage you to be a faithful servant and listen for the truth God is speaking into your heart.8EDC731F-F356-4617-BEA1-7D04414D5986B3F95D02-3754-4F83-A91F-71BE626BA679Processed with VSCO with a6 presetProcessed with VSCO with c8 presetProcessed with VSCO with c8 presetProcessed with VSCO with a4 preset

How to Get Long, Healthy Hair


Ever scroll through Instagram and find yourself awestruck by pictures of girls on beaches with luxuriously long locks blowing in the wind?

Because, same.

A few years ago, I chopped my hair just beneath my chin… and let me tell you, that was a big mistake. I think just about every girl has been where I was: wanting a change, but then after a few months pass, wishing more than anything that you could go back and keep your long hair. Since then, I have been growing out my hair, and only getting the standard 1/2 inch trim about every three months. It took a while for me to see real results of growth, but now I am happier with my hair than ever before. It’s long (almost to my butt), healthy, shiny and thick.

Today I’m going to share my tips and tricks with all of you about how I grew out my hair to be healthy and long, and how I maintain it.

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Shampoo and Conditioner:

To be honest, I don’t have a specific holy-grail shampoo and conditioner combination that I could recommend. I have tried way too many to count, but some of my favorites are the Hask Argan oil, Matrix Sleek look, and Mane and Tail moisturizing duo. I have heard that switching up the products in your hair is important for new growth, therefore, I don’t stick with just one shampoo and one conditioner for more than a couple of months. I don’t think your choice of shampoo and conditioner matter a whole ton, but I always opt for ultra moisturizing and mostly natural ones.

Coconut Oil Hair Mask:

For the past few months I have been doing weekly coconut oil hair masks, and I feel like I’ve already seen significant results. Once a week, before I jump in the shower, I melt a generous amount of coconut oil between my hands and massage it into my hair, root to tip. It’s completely up to you the amount you use, but I like to saturate my locks in oil to the point that my hair looks wet. Then I flip my hair upside down and massage it into my scalp for a few minutes, kind of like giving myself a head massage. I leave the hair treatment on anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour, but it’s all about your preference.

Lately, instead of using my hands to massage the oil in, I have been using this cool little hair tool from Vanity Planet. It fits in the palm of your hand, and has large plastic bristles that vibrate on the scalp to give your head a massage that helps with blood flow and hair growth. Not to mention, it’s the cutest mint green color. It feels so good and makes for a relaxing experience. It is perfect to use with any hair mask, or even just in the shower when you are shampooing your hair. (Yes, it is waterproof).

Gelatin Collagen:

Okay, I know, I know…. I have talked about this product way too much recently, but it’s only because I genuinely swear by it. The Great Lakes Gelatin Collagen has honestly made my hair thicker than ever (even though I already have ridiculously thick hair), shiner than ever and longer than ever. No joke. I take an average of three tablespoons a day, just diluted in either juice or a smoothie, and I’m telling you, it does wonders for the skin and hair. I’m obsessed. But don’t take my word for it, just go get some yourself and you’ll see what I’m talking about.

I know it’s nothing ground-breaking, but those are my hair tips and tricks for long, healthy locks. Also, I don’t brush my hair on a regular basis, which cuts down on breakage. And, I only wash my hair every other day to every two days, which is said to help with hair growth since you aren’t constantly stripping it of it’s natural oils. How do I keep my hair from not looking greasy you ask? Lots of dry shampoo.

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Champagne and Zebrawood // Jord Watches


Watches Made From Wood


I have been in a season of innovation… and what better way to welcome new things than to get a new, classy watch?

I have never been the type to wear the time on my wrist, but after receiving this beautifully crafted zebrawood and champagne watch I can’t help but sport it with every outfit I wear. It adds the perfect sense of sophistication, but is still subtle enough so that it’s not too flashy.

I chose the zebrawood and champagne style because of it’s sleek and timeless look, and I love the way the dark wood contrasts with the light watch face.

I have only good things to say about the craftsmanship of the watch. On the Jord Watches website, I was able to use there measurement ruler to perfectly size my wrist, which is a great tool since you are purchasing it online and not in stores. They offer a multitude of watch options; whether you want color variation, customization or advanced designs.

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I like how there are no numbers on the actual clock face, save for a couple roman numerals. It makes for a bit of a challenge in time telling, but makes the watch look much sleeker and less cluttered. img_9200img_9201Processed with VSCO with m5 preset

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Come Along on my Adventure

Hi Lovelies!

It’s been quite a while since I’ve made a post soley dedicated to you, my readers, and I felt like I was due for a new introduction… So if you haven’t been following me for too long, here are a few things about me.

My name is Madeline, but I go by Maddie for short. As a child I never liked the name Madeline because I thought it was too “sophisticated” and grown up for me, but as I’ve gotten older I don’t mind it as much, and have no preference as to which name I like to be called. I am the daughter of two sweet parents, Jon and Michelle, and I have a sister who is three years older than me named Olivia. But I’ve always called her “Sis”. As youngsters, we were constantly together, and as we grew up, we also grew closer. I’m not sure if it’s a normality for all siblings, but I can definitely say that I have spent more time with my sister than any other person in my life, and we almost know each other a little too well. ha.

I am sixteen years old, and a senior in high school. Yes, I am very young for my grade.

I have attended the same (very small) private school in my home town for the entirety of my life. I have also lived in the same home my whole life in a valley in the beautiful state of Oregon (which has now been taken over by pot growers).

When I was around ten years old I began a baking blog where I posted about the many sweet treats I made. After less than a year my posts became less and less frequent, boredom set in and I abandoned my once loved writing space. (One thing you’ll learn about me is that I’m not the greatest at being consistent and sticking with things for prolonged amounts of time).

Fast forward to October of 2014 when I created this quirky diary of my awkward life, Moody Madeline. I won’t go tooting my own horn saying how great and consistent I’ve been at posting on here, because trust me, I’ve taken some long breaks, but I will say that I’m proud of how long I’ve continued to use this blog to express my creative side and the progress I’ve made. If you asked me three years ago what I wanted my profession to be when I “grow up”, I would have never thought to answer “blogging”, but now I know it’s an option.

I also eat a diet that consists of veganism + meat, as I like to put it, so I don’t eat dairy or eggs. Gltuen free and refined sugar free (but no fake sweeteners!). Yes, I eat this way by choice, but mostly for the sake of my acne-prone skin, and also because, after a year of eating this way, I’ve realized that it makes me happiest and makes my body even happier. Occasionally, I will share recipes that follow my diet, but still taste yummy with you all.

A few things I love….

Filming short videos, montages and outings.

Editing short videos, montages and outings.

Cooking and baking yummy healthy food.

Going out to breakfast with good company.

Watching creative youtube videos- my favorite is CamandNina.

Swimming/surfing in the ocean.

Spending time in Hawaii.

Instagraming.

Giggling with friends and family.

Writing.

Listening to the radio while driving on long windy backroads.

Soaking up warm sunshine.

Now that my boring introduction is out of the way, I want to get to know you!

I have a few platforms where we can connect on, but of course my blog is the easiest way. I always love hearing your questions, comments and feedback on my posts, and the best way to leave me a note is in the comments.

One of my resolutions for 2017 is to get to know my readers on a more personal level- What’s your name? Like’s and dislike’s? Where do you live? (In a non-creeperish was of course). Do you eat a special way? What are your favorite clothing or beauty brands? What do you want me to post more of? Can I pray for you?

I would be thrilled if I could connect with even just five of my beautiful readers, so let’s see what we can do this year!

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xoxo

New Beginnings (and ends)

Ever since I was a little girl (9 years old to be exact) I have helped out in my family’s local Japanese restaurant. The restaurant is called Matsukaze, it was started by my dad, his three brothers, and their mom and has been around for 33 years. Which is crazy.

Of course, when I became of working age, my “helping out” turned into clocking into my professional job like any average Joe.

I grew up in our restaurant; answering phone calls, clearing dishes, putting together to-gos… all while I was able to spend quality time with both of my parents and my uncle who works as a chef in the back. I know some people really despise working for their family because it can be stressful at times or it can just become too much of a conflict of interest. Not me though. I can honestly say that I loved every moment I spent in the restaurant, even though I did experience many ups and downs. I knew the menu like the back of my hand, and could tell you practically every ingredient that went into each dish on our large(ish) menu. I came to know the regular customers, and my coworkers of course. After working there for seven whole years, from the age of nine to my current age, 16, I felt as if I I belonged there like the ancient oriental artwork that hung on the walls.

All of that changed about two weeks ago when I landed a job at a locally owned coffee drive thru that was started in my small town, but has now grown to over 200 locations in seven different states. It’s called Dutch Bros. Now, there is something comical about my large transition from working in my family’s restaurant to working somewhere different for the first time, and that is the fact that the particular drive thru that I got hired at is within about 100 yards of Matsukaze. Yes, it’s just across the street.

To any outsider, my change in jobs may not seem like a big deal (I am just moving across the street, right?). But for me, it is a major stepping stone in my life and something that marks the end of a large part of my childhood; because I spent my youth growing up in the restaurant. However, it’s also the beginning of my next life chapter and to me, it symbolizes moving on, having the opportunity to expand my experiences, and overall growing into myself as a young adult.

With any new transition in my life comes a time of reminiscing and compiling a mental list of what I’ve learned, my triumphs, failures and what I’m thankful for.

While working at Matsukaze, I learned what hard work is, I learned how to work in customer service- i.e. how to work with people and how to serve them to my best ability. Working in the restaurant taught me that I’m stronger than a rude comment from an unhappy customer. It taught me maturity and how to hold an intelligent conversation. It taught me that when things get hectic, family can say and do things they don’t really mean, but that you should always forgive them because you love each other.

Working for my family’s restaurant has been by far the best learning experience of my young life, and I am forever thankful that I can say it was my first job. And I’m sure I’ll be back again someday. Plus, I’m only across the street.

I had my first real day of working in the coffee stand today, and at first it was a bit rocky, but by the end of my shift I felt right at home. My coworkers are some of the best people you will ever meet; genuine, kind and hilarious. My favorite thing about Dutch Bros as a company is that it was built off of pure love and kindness, and the baristas make every customer feel truly loved and cared for. The potential for brightening someone’s day is so big when you are given the opportunity to serve up coffee and experiences for hundreds of cars per day.

I can’t wait to grow in the company and hopefully become more like my coworkers, who inspire me so tremendously. I am beyond excited for my new adventure.

Do you have any new or scary adventures planned for the new year? I’d love to hear about them below! xoxo

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Pacific Northwest Girl // 1.1.17 

The first of the new year. 

A time for friends and adventures. Today was spent frolicking in the snow that fell on the valley floor, listening to good music and taking an abundance of pretty pictures. 

One thing I aspire to do in 2017 is to become a better photographer. I love having an object in my hands that I can use to capture all of God’s beauty. But to be honest, I am such an amateur. I don’t know anything about the logistics of photography. I want to learn more about my camera (Sony a6000) and videography throughout this year. 

Lately, my style has been cozy and northwest inspired with a vintage touch. Haha. 

During my recent trip to the Oregon coast I found these rad high waisted mom jeans. I just picked up a few clothing pieces from Obey, like this t shirt and sweater. I tied the look together with a vintage braided leather belt, wool hat and amazing leather work boots. 

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Lift your eyes // 12.4.15 

“But you, O Lord, are a shield around me, my glory, the One who lifts my head high.”

Psalm 3:3

Although I find joy in expressing myself through beauty and fashion, I also believe there’s a great importance to discuss more serious, meaningful topics as well. 

Evil in today’s world

Even from the beginning of time, evil has been evident, there’s no denying it. Take the story of Adam and Eve for example. But, do you ever sit on your couch, watching the news, and wonder if there’s more evil in the world now in comparison to a decade ago? 

Hmm well that is the question. 

Whatever the answer may be; whether our generation is simply more in-tune to violent acts because of main-stream media and quick communication, or if there really was less evil during our parents’ and grandparents’ eras, we need to turn our weapons towards the evil one. 

I know how easy it is, on an everyday basis, to get frustrated or pass judgement on others’ who seem to be blinded to things that are so one-dimensional; like giving respect  where respect is due. And of course, it is easy to scoff at the person’s stupidity, but what we should really be doing is blaming the devil for rearing his ugly head in a fellow man’s life. Know what I mean? 

So instead of getting into arguments with people who will never see things the same as you, or letting anger turn to hate for people who are controlled by evil (and many times oblivious to it), let’s shift our focus to the good fight: the fight for love and truth, equipped with the armor of God. Let’s speak truth to the spiritually blinded, so that they may one day experience the love that God has in store for them; let’s lift our eyes. 

“Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes. For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities,against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand.”

Ephesians 6:10-13


Even in our modern day not-so-hopeful looking society, I want to tell you that we are promised faith and Joy in Christ alone. Even through the terrorism (yes, there is no denying that it is terrorism), abortions, twisted ideologies and overall evil of our new-age world, there is one name above all names and above all humanly power who promises protection and calamity: Christ.

Psalm 32:6 says…

“You are my hiding place;

    you will protect me from trouble

    and surround me with songs of deliverance.”

& Psalm 33:20-22 reassures us… 

“We wait in hope for the Lord;he is our help and our shield.

In him our hearts rejoice, for we trust in his holy name.

May your unfailing love be with us, Lord, even as we put our hope in you.”

God is always there for you; through everything, all you have to do is lift your eyes. 💛 

Love all. Love Madeline. 

November Favorites // 12.3.15

We have zipped through yet another month in the year of 2015, what?!? 

Who else is in complete awe of it already being December?

For the sole reason that I adore watching my favorite Youtuber’s monthly favorites videos, I decided to create my own compilation with the hope that it is mildly helpful for at least one of my readers out in the world of cyber space.

Before I delve in, I wish to make the point of saying that if you’ve been enjoying any wonderful products during the month of November, I would love to hear about them. I am always looking for new products to try out!

Now for the fun part… 

Beauty favorites

I have recently been loving a few products from one of the best natural brands: Pacifica. The first product is their limited edition eye shadow palette (that I don’t know the name of), which includes a variety of matte and shimmery shades. For the past few weeks I have been using the peachy metalic color all over my lids, then applying NYC’s smooth skin bronzing in “Sunny” into my crease as a transition color. To finish off the look I like to lightly smudge the Pacifica deep matte burgundy color into my lower lash line in order to make my brown eyes pop. I apply mascara, and boom! my simple makeup look is complete.

  
I have been religiously using a mix of the Solar Protection SPF foundation and Pacifica Alight multi-mineral BB cream as my foundation base, applying it with my recently purchased Real Techniques miracle complextion sponge for a flawless, full-coverage finish. Because I struggle with blemished skin, I prefer to use a majority of products that are on the more natural side in order to not irritate my sensitive skin. And never have I tried out a Beauty Blender sponge previously (simply because of the investment); however, for a quarter of the cost I was able to purchase the Real Techniques dupe, if you will, which I have been very impressed with.

  One brand that I have currently been loving, and is prominent in my skincare routine, is Michael Todd. Their charcoal detox deep pore cleanser, jojoba charcoal facial exfoliator, kaolin clay mask and antioxidant carrot multi-vitamin serum are all incorporated into my daily skincare routine. I cannot rave about this great, all-natural company enough; they make wonderful, healthful products for my delicate skin.

  

Fashion favorites

This November has been one of the coldest months in Oregon I can ever recall. At times, I find it difficult to dress in a cute fashion when the weather is so extreme, because it’s quite tempting to wear sweats every day, or even a fuzzy blanket out of the house. However, I have managed to find a middle ground where I can sport outfits that are both warm and fashionable. For example, I have been constantly wearing turtle necks and mock neck sweaters that range from fuzzy, wooly, chunky and soft. I am currently obsessed!

I have been layering many staple pieces in my closet, like this warm, gray coat over a variety of long sleeves or t-shirts. 

 
 
One of my other favorite new clothing treasures is this vintage denim midi skirt, detailed with funky fabric. I have no other skirt in this style, and I believe it adds a nice and interesting element to my wardrobe.  Random favorites 

Music….

Of course I have to include a few of my absolute favorite and replayed songs for this month. Lauren Daigle never fails to knock my socks off with her soulful and meaningful christian gospel music, but my all-time favorite song of her’s is Trust in You because of just how true it is. 

 https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=n_aVFVveJNs

Another artist, although his songs are in no way “current”, never disappoints with his unique sound. Alt-j is one of my favorite artists ever, and I’ve just begun delving into his full album of Tesselate which never fails to put me in a better mood. Matilda is one to applaud.  

  

And for my last music favorite, I have been playing Adele’s album, 19, nonstop whenever I’m getting ready in the morning or riding along in the car. Although I can appreciate a couple of the songs off of her newest album, Adele 25, I am not the biggest fan of the more modern sound she has now personified. My number one favorite from the UK star will never stray from Daydreamer; so good! 

  

Youtubers…

Kathleen Lights is my number one YouTube guru hands down. I admire her genuine and goofy personality that couples with her knowledge of makeup and beauty. If you haven’t watched her yet, and need something to binge watch over Christmas break, go check her out! 

https://m.youtube.com/user/KathleenLights

Bible verses…

“Do everything without complaining or arguing, so that you may become blameless and pure, children of God without fault in a crooked and depraved generation, in which you shine like stars in the universe as you hold firmly to the word of life. And then I will be able to boast on the day of Christ that I did not run or labor in vain.” Philippians 2:14-16 💛

I love this verse, and the message it portrays; definitely one to live by daily. 

Edibles…

My main source of liquids have been a great amount of water and many cups of tea! Two of my favorite tea flavors this month have been Trader Joes’ candy cane tea and Celestial seasons Vanilla Sleepytime. If you’re a tea lover, you’ll be sure to develop an obsession just like I have! 

If you’re interested in purchasing anything I talked about from…

Pacific—> http://www.pacificabeauty.com

Michael Todd—> http://www.michaeltoddusa.com

Real Techniques—> https://realtechniques.com

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Thanks for all the love and support💛💛love all. love Madeline