Who could use a little recipe for relaxation? It's been a long year. Am I right? School's out for summer in my neck of the woods and that last day couldn't have come at a better time! I sure could use a break from all the hustle and bustle of the school year. No more school functions, homework, after school activities etc. It's time to breathe. Well, it's time to breathe a little. The kids are home ALL day now after all. Haha! And since our first summer vacay isn't for a few weeks, mama needs a little help decompressing. So, I'm going to share with you my easy 2-step recipe for relaxation. Because I know I'm not the only parent who's been through the ringer this year!
Recipe for Relaxation
Take a bath...A nice warm bath has soothed me since I was small and now that I'm all grown-up, I love adding luxurious products to my bathing experience. Rituals, for example, has some incredible body scrubs and The Ritual of Hammam Hot Body Scrub is such a treat. Not only does your skin feel super soft and exfoliated after using it but you're left with a warm sensation that feels great on tired muscles.
Pour yourself a drink...After I've had my bath, I snuggle up on the couch with a nice cold beverage. I'm a big fan of cocktails in a can. They're perfect for summer and so darn easy. Just pop open the top, stick in a straw and sip. And, on a side note, they're great to throw in a cooler to enjoy poolside too. Half-Seas Sparkling Cocktails are my new jams. You don't have to do any mixing. They're ready to drink and oh so tasty!
Say Goodbye to Stress
When asking yourself what can I do to reduce stress? The answer is try out my 2-step recipe for relaxation! Could it BE any easier?! Trust me... Take some time for yourself tonight for a bath and a drink and you'll feel that stress melting away in no time!
And for more of our favorite bath and cocktail finds, check out these natural beauty products, sparkling grapefruit cocktail and lavender sugar scrub! They would be fabulous as part of your relaxation routine too!
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