I hope you all had a fantastic weekend, I won't get into mine as it has been full of......turmoil lets say :/ . I am hoping that writing this post will help shake this feeling again, but with the extreme shoulder pain, migraine, and inner turmoil I fear that may be easier said than done. None the less I will give you all as much as I can and try and keep it upbeat and happy (ugh this is not going to be easy :().
So as I told you guys yesterday that I'd have something for you today that is pretty unique as it is food but not in the conventional way that I've based my blog on. As I've told you guys eating has become a huge hurdle for me this week, for example yesterday all I had was 1/2 of a banana muffins (ya the super moist and yummy ones), so I had to start thinking outside the box "so to speak" to using some already ripe produce. So I put my thinking cap on and thought about what I needed to use and what I could use in this un-hungry time. For those of you who may not know I live in Canada, and it is damn cold here right now lol and even worse thanks to mister Nemo *fist shake*(storm not the fish lol)! The one thing that happens to me every year when the climate changes is dry skin which annoys me to no end, but I do love to have facials so............(see where I'm going?) I found an avocado website to help me with the ingredients (if you have sensitive skin you'll want to try it on a small patch of skin first in case of irritation), I'm going to share the one I choose and loved! There are other concoctions there too depending on what you are looking for. I've made face masks from other kitchen ingredients as well, but this is my first avocado adventure. Oh and I am posting a very vulnerable photo of me wearing the mask so please be kind :)
2) Add the honey and mix well.
3) Then apply to your face, avoiding eye area, for about 10 minutes.