I’m posting a day early because my week ends a day early – I’m off today and then working through the weekend. Unfortunately at 6:30 am I am already behind on my long to-do list, so I’ll try to keep this post short.
Highlights from this week…
Cafeteria sandwich day. A wrap with turkey, cheddar, and veggies.
Coworker potluck lunch to celebrate the three of us with summer birthdays.
My plate had sweet Filipino spaghetti with tofu, rice pilaf with dried fruit, and homemade falafel. We also had 1 million +1 desserts.
Yogurt bowl with vanilla Siggi’s, chopped plum and nectarine, and maple peanut butter.
The peanut butter is fantastic, we’ve been eating a lot of toast.
Usually paired with these sugar crunch grapes.
A final snack highlight was these dill almonds.
I just tossed almonds, evoo, a pinch of salt, and several shakes of dried dill in a skillet until they were toasty.
Chipotle. We may have eaten Chipotle 2 out of 3 days this week.
I’m not exactly winning at dinnertime meal prep motivation lately.
I did make this yummy tossed-together dinner though.
Leftover pasta with TJ’s turkey summer sausage, peas, red bell pepper, and sharp cheddar.
You guys know that I don’t often do beauty product reviews on the blog, but this pitch was sent the week I turned 31 and I was feeling vulnerable.
I’m so glad I accepted because I ended up being impressed with the ToGoSpa products. Rather than creams or gels – which, let’s be real, I’m too lazy to deal with – their active ingredients are packed in collagen gel pads you stick on your face. P.S. they are paraben and dye free.
I was afraid to smile when I took my selfies (see the horror show below) but I soon realized that the EYES pads actually stay put really well, I spent the 15 minutes with them on my face working around the house and they didn’t budge. Bonus – the wording on the packing made me smile: “for best results, take them out of the package and put them on your face!”
per usual, I was not provided further compensation for this post and all opinions are my own
I’ve tried the Ice Water and Green Tea ones so far, because I definitely sport dark circles thanks to my NCIS obsession. True fact – it is really, really hard to take a flattering picture sans makeup, on a camera (so no front-facing option), and afraid to smile.
You get the idea. I can’t say that my face looked markedly different but the area under my eyes certainly felt much nicer. I definitely plan on continuing to use the treatments.