Ok guys. Summer is finally here. You know what that means. School's out. I will finally have some time to do a bit of blogging again. I have so much to cover with you guys this summer. For starters, we need to get a little serious... About summer rompers. You guys, my head is spinning with my newfound love for rompers. They. Are. Everythang. Not convinced? Just wait, more to come on that one.
Next topic of bloggussion will be swimsuit season- duh. Seriously, your mind will be blown because I will be donning a few two-pieces this season. I know you are like, mama please. Usually, you wear those swim dresses. I know, right?! But, I have a few new theories these days about being yourself and proud of it. Plus, in this day and age, if haters want to hate, they can take it up with the #youdoyou movement, which I'm so loving by the way. So this summer, I will be doing me. More of me. Get excited for that blog.
Summer shoes. So after struggling with arthritis, let's just say my feet are not feeling the high heels, high wedges, flat-as-a-board sandals, and all the junk with no comfort or support. #missionfindstylishcomfysandals and you are invited! Stay tuned.
Summer bod and healthy living updates will be in store for you as well. I'm not back to a gym yet, since my arthritis started. But, I am rocking some pilates moves and weight lifting in my bedroom each night before bed. It helps me unwind and has helped me tone up and stay strong through all my joint issues. This stuff is all about #noexcuses. I was working as a teacher, mom to my 4 year old, and could barely walk due to my arthritis and I started working out. I promise you that if I could do it, you could too. Life changing. Empowering. Plus, I am now 100% gluten-free. I had to cut out some inflammatory foods y'all. It has actually been easy to do. More on that later.
Of course I will be doing a few sappy updates on my autoimmune arthritis situation as well as my infertility. I'm actually rocking my new arthritis medications and am so excited to be feeling like me again. Once again, the silver lining being that you might hit some unlucky bumps along the way, but you are actually quite lucky to get those little reminders about life's little things. The important things. The stuff that matters. The grace that surrounds us. Without the "bumps" the good stuff can be easy to miss. Give thanks for the "bumps."
I'm excited to dive back in with you guys. Hope you are all well!
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