If there's one thing I love, it's sales. I'm about that sales life. Anytime I can get anything for cheaper than what it actually costs (which 97% of the time I can,) I'm a happy lady. One of my most favorite sales is The Tree Kisser's Imperfect Sale. In case you're unfamiliar with how that sale works, any item that she deems unsellable for regular price, she doesn't sell and usually twice a year, she has a sale to sell those "imperfect" items. She also puts some items in there that are completely fine but she has a large quantity of so that she can make room for new products.
When she has these sales, inventory moves FAST! I'm talking like, mostly everything is sold out within the first 10 minutes. Jessica is kind enough to post some tips to help have a better chance to get what you want. I've also got some tips that have helped me as well, and after I show off what I got, I'm gonna share those with you so you can be prepared for the next sale!
This time around I ordered a few things for myself and some gifts for others, which I typically do. I think one of the reasons I love her designs so much is that not only are they super comfortable and also a portion of all sales goes to helping animals, but there's something for all of the animal lovers in your life. I got my sister a shirt for her birthday last year, I got my mom a sweatshirt for her birthday this year, and I got my friend a shirt she really liked for her birthday this year too.
For this post, I'm going to be talking about what I got for myself only. For size reference, I'm 5'0 and 110 lbs, bust size 32D.
First up, the "Just Keep Loving" flowy pocket tee in a size S.
This shirt is definitely flowy and I love that, since I prefer looser fitting shirts. The message is simple, but it makes a statement. I love the little pocket, and I think it gives a basic black tshirt a bit of flair. Because it sits so wide on the shoulders, you definitely want to make sure you're wearing something underneath it, which I do all the time anyway. The length fits me well too. The material is so soft. I like that I can wear it as either PJs or dress it up. Anytime I can find shirts that work both ways, I'm happy! It's also worth mentioning that I don't see any imperfections with this tshirt at all. This was $12.
Next up, the "Romantic Walks" flowy long sleeve tshirt in a size M.
Just like with the pocket tee, this is soft and flowy. The "imperfection" on this tshirt is that the ink is supposed to be a bright light pink, but the color looks more gray, which I actually prefer so I don't see any imperfection in my book! I absolutely love the saying too. It'll be perfect for my once every five years beach trip that I take lol. This is another shirt that can be dressed up or down, like most of her shirts are. It's worth noting that a friend of mine on IG said that this style shirt seems to be shorter in the front, to the point for her where she can't wear it. So, if you're on the tall side, or you're busty, be aware of that when ordering these shirts. I chose to get a size bigger than usual just in case, and while it is a bit large, it still fits me how I prefer. This was $15.
Next up, the "Plays Well With Animals" flowy long sleeve shirt in a size M.
This is the same style and design as the previous shirt. I think the only imperfection with this shirt is the box isn't perfectly rectangular, but I have OCD, any normal person wouldn't even notice it. I was proud I got a shirt in white, because I hate wearing white lol. Black and gray is life, so for me to voluntarily wear white, high five Ash! ✋🏼 It's such a true statement for me too, since I really do play well with animals! Since it's the same style as the other shirt, the part about it running shorter in the front stands with this one as well. This was $15.
Lastly, the "Save Me" eco fleece sweatshirt in a unisex size M.
Her eco fleece sweatshirts are literally my favorite. I have her "Animals Are Not Fabric" one that I literally live in. They're so soft and cozy. These are unisex sweatshirts but I prefer the size M because they fit perfectly. I like my butt covered, and I like the longer sleeve so I can tuck my hands in them to keep them warm. I can't find one imperfection with this sweatshirt, I looked and looked and found none. I cannot recommend her eco fleece sweatshirts enough. If you buy nothing else, buy one of her sweatshirts. This was $20.
Those are all my goodies that I'm more than happy with! I'm forever a fan of her stuff, and her in general. Now for the tips to help you get what you want. Jessica shares on her Instagram story like the day of and the day before tips that I found super helpful:
1) She shares some of the issues with the articles of clothing, so you can decide if you want to order that item and risk getting that issue.
2) She shares what she has the most and least of so when you order you know what to order first. Since she has limited stock of most items, this is super helpful.
3) She suggests that you place multiple orders to ensure you get what you want. You can put something in your cart and in a flash someone checked out just a second before you and you miss it. You gotta be fast, like grease lightning fast. She refunds some of your shipping fees if you email her with your order numbers, which is really nice of her to do.
4) I found it especially helpful to go on her website prior to the sale beginning and checking out what she has, so you know what you want if it's available. Also, figure out your size ahead of time. That takes out the guess work when you're trying to be fast.
5) Take into account all factors of what she said, and what you want, and have a game plan of what to order and in what order to order them in, basing it off how many she has, how much you want it, etc..
By utilizing all of these tips, I was able to get all the items I wanted. Make sure you sign up for her emails and follow her on Instagram so you never miss a sale!
You know what's hard to find? The perfect bronzer. There's so many factors into finding the perfect one. Some are too shimmery, too orange, they look like dirt, they don't blend well, too dark, too light, they don't match your skin tone.. the list goes on. Bronzer is not one size fits all, just like skin tone isn't one size fits all. My ideal bronzer is pressed, matte, the perfect shade of brown, one that's comparable to my skin when I'm tan, natural looking, blends well, and is long lasting. I found my perfect bronzer a little over two years ago, and that's Too Faced Milk Chocolate Soleil Bronzer. I've tried so many different other ones, samples here and there, but nothing comes close to it. And it smells like chocolate too, which is just an added bonus.
One makeup technique I've yet to master is contouring. It looks so complex. I got bronzer, but sculpting? Scary! I was on Too Faced website about to place my order for my regular bronzer when I saw they have a Cocoa Contour, and I've been wanting to get my contour on anyway, I said let's do this.
For $42, you get 4 colors- Light Cocoa, Medium Cocoa, Dark Cocoa, and Pop of Light (highlighter) and it comes with their mini Contour Buki brush which is shaped to give you perfect results every time. And, it even comes with a Glamour Guide with 3 different contour looks so you can make sure you're putting the right colors where they need to be. Pretty awesome right?
Before we get into the reviews, I just want you to look above as I mention how much I love their boxes. It's designed like a present, complete with a bow and all. It makes receiving a package in the mail even more exciting!
First of all, their brush is perfect. It's the perfect shape, made with their cruelty free and vegan Teddybear Hair so it's super soft. It also deposits all the product onto your skin and you can see little residue on the brush after you're done, so I feel like you're really getting your money's worth.
This palette is for light to medium skin tones. They do offer a palette for darker skin tones as well, which is wonderful. Again, bronzer is not one size fits all.
The Light Cocoa shade in this palette practically blends into my skin tone, so you can't really see it, which is fine, I still use it anyway. The Medium Cocoa is my go to bronzer and it's really the perfect shade for me. It's just like their milk chocolate bronzer, so clearly I love it. The Dark Cocoa is for contouring and sculpting, which I haven't used yet, but even if I don't use it often it'll make a great eyeshadow! The Pop of Light has the perfect amount of "light" for everyone. A little goes a long way for this palette, so you're going to get your money's worth. All of the shades are buildable, so no matter what, you can create your perfect look! I don't think that makeup makes women beautiful, I think it enhances the beauty that's already there. This palette will help enhance yours and I think you're gonna love it!
You know that age old question "If you were stuck on an island, what 3 things would you bring with you..? Two of mine would be lip balms. For the record, the last item would be my Blankie, which is by far my most prized possession I own. I've had it since I was an infant and couldn't sleep a night without it. I used to take it on sleepovers too. It's with me when I watch TV too. It's literally my life. I digress.
I am a *certified* lip balm junkie. I've mentioned this before, and I mean it. You won't find me without lip balm in my possession no matter where I am or what I'm doing. This time of year it's especially important to keep your lips moisturized. I already had some irritation from the weather, so I decided to try a new lip balm, considering my trusted Hurraw Moon Balm, my favorite of the balms, wasn't cutting it.
I bought two, but today I wanna talk about Coconut Smoothie by Earth Mama Angel Baby. They have different flavors but this one sounded the most up my alley. Here's the ingredients, as listed on their website:
"Cocos nucifera (organic coconut) oil, Theobroma cacao (organic cocoa) seed butter, Euphorbia cerifera (candelilla) wax, Organic coconut flavor oil, Vanilla planifolia (organic vanilla), Calendula officinalis (organic calendula) flower extract"
I really like this balm. The scent is amazing. It's definitely heavy on the coconut and lacking in the vanilla, but that's me nitpicking since vanilla is my favorite. You can really feel that the coconut oil is the first ingredient, it's really smooth and soothing. It absorbs nicely into your lips, and I like that it doesn't just sit on top of your lips. And it's certified organic!
Each tube is $3 and available on their website. Check them out!
Happy Lip Balming!
My 4 cats are my children, and I wouldn't give them up for the world. They're people I would literally drop to their deaths if it's a choice between saving them or any of my cats. I mean that whole heartedly. But, having 4 cats, even having 1 cat, is expensive. Litter, dry food, wet food, bowls, toys, treats, etc.. x4 really adds up.
I'm all about saving money. That's why I can afford to shop the way I do. Coupons and sales are the key to being a savvy shopper. Where I fall short is physically shopping at stores. I don't keep count of what I'm spending. That's entirely too much math. I'm like.. "Do I have a coupon for this? I do. Okay, in the cart you go." And then usually I buy more than I need in the first place anyway (Target, I'm especially looking at you,) and when I see the bill I usually wintz in pain. That's why I much prefer to online shop. I know what I'm spending and there's no surprises at the end.
But what does any of this have to do with my cats, you ask? One answer: Chewy.com 👍🏼 I've been seeing commercials for this website on TV a lot lately, and I decided to check them out. In case you're unfamiliar with them, they're a website to purchase all of your pet related products. Not just cats and dogs either, but all the pets. And mostly everything they sell (that I saw) is in bulk. They don't sell individual cans of cat foods, but 6+ can packs. They're basically a giant online only pet store version of BJ's.
Shipping is free over $49 and it's fast. I ordered mine Monday night, and received it Wednesday. Super super fast. The free shipping I find super impressive, considering these packages can be extremely heavy. I ordered the light weight cat litter because I felt bad for the FedEx driver that would have to deliver it. Kevin told me I was the most considerate shopper ever lol. But cat litter is super heavy! The lightweight works just as well!
I spent about $61, with free shipping, and got a 6 lb bag of crunchies, a 17 lb box of cat littler, 3 bags of cat treats, and a total of 54 cans of wet cat food. The wet cat food alone will last me 27 days, since they get two a day. I'll have to get probably one more bag of crunchies and one more litter before the month is up, but that's nothing. And since I wasn't just browsing at the store and saw things on sale that I would just buy without any necessity, I saved money right there alone.
Tabby was thrilled! She loves all the foods lol.
I did comparing and contrasting on the prices to see which was cheaper. I only did research on what I was buying, so I can't speak for all items, but the cat food (wet and dry) and the litter was cheaper. The treats were a little cheaper on PetSmart's website, however, they were already on sale. So, that might not always be the case.
But to be able to order all the same brands my cats like, avoid going to the store and crying over all the cats I want to adopt but can't, and not having to do all the heavy lifting to my car and from my car up the flight of steps to my apartment.. even if I had to pay a little more (which I didn't have to in this case but if I did), I absolutely would. Chewy is my new go to for cat stuff.
Check it out for yourself! I'm sure your pets will thank you!
I absolutely love Kat Von D. I loved her show and watched the entire series. She's so talented. Her book, The Tattoo Chronicles, is one of my most favorite books I've ever read. She's a babe, and she owns her look and her style with no concerns for other people's opinions. I love her gothic style, and her cats are adorable! As if I couldn't love her more, she officially announced her veganism back in 2015!
In 2016, her products were officially certified as cruelty free by Logical Harmony aka Tashina Combs, who is an authority on cruelty free products. Most of her products are vegan, and the ones that aren't she's working on ways to make vegan as quickly as relatively possible. With this information, the floor gates of possibilities opened up for me, and basically I want all of her products that I can use. Her website even has a section titled #VeganAlert so there's no guessing as to what products you can and can't use.
I made my first official Kat Von D vegan purchase the other day- her Alchemist Holographic Palette. I am a sucker for highlighters. And I love different colored ones. You don't always have to highlight with the same boring shade. This palette makes that possible!
Let me tell you about the palette itself first, before I go into pros and cons.
The description on the KVD website says everything you need to know about this palette:
"Kat’s super-special hybrid formula features DoubleDimension Technology: 360° refractive pearls dipped in a prismatic coating, for 2 times the transforming power with every stroke of your brush (bonus: a little goes a long way!). Part highlighter, part topcoat, part transformer, this palette is filled with endless luminizing possibilities: Strobe cheekbones, eyes, nose lips, collarbone, Cupid’s bow— dust Alchemist literally anywhere you want an extreme iridescent highlight!"
Here's what I love:
-The colors are amazing. Emerald, sapphire, amethyst (my favorite), and opal.
-They're highly pigmented and a little goes a long way.
-This palette is so versatile. Highlighter, eyeshadow, on top of lip balm, layered, solo.. it's amazing.
-They last awhile on my cheeks. At the end of my work day, my highlighter is still "on fleek," as the kids say.
-I haven't had any skin sensitivities on my cheeks from using it. I can't attest to using it as a eyeshadow yet, but my eye are almost constantly irritated from my contact dermatitis anyway so there would be no way of knowing anyway. I'll never use it on my lips because that just seems weird, but it's good that you can use it on your lips, since clearly that would make it safe in case you accidentally ingested some. I still wouldn't recommend that though.
Here's what I hope they improve on:
-Each individual color is small. Not only is this a little disappointing due to the price ($32), more so, it's annoying because I have to use an eyeshadow brush to apply it. A kabuki brush won't work. I could use a fan brush too, but I think it's too wide for the small colors.
-There's a lot of fall out when I pat my brush on it. I use a light hand, and still there's a lot.
Overall, I love the palette. I want her Pastel Goth eyeshadow palette next, although I would probably never use it since the colors are so, well, pastel! 😹 But it's still really pretty. I'm also debating on trying her Tattoo Liner when I'm done with my other ones. I'm a typical makeup junkie, plotting to buy new makeup when I have so many others already!
Check out her new #VeganAlert section, and I'm sure you'll find something you like!
Sometimes I just wanna be a mermaid. 💕 I love mermaids, which is ironic considering I'm terrified of the ocean. But, The Little Mermaid is one of my absolute favorite movies, and Ariel is by far my favorite Disney princess. So what's a girl to do when she wants to be a mermaid but is terrified of the ocean? She does mermaid makeup of course!
I haven't been doing too much eye shadow lately because my contact dermatitis is flaring up. I can only assume it's because of the weather. I'm like 97% convinced that my contact dermatitis is weather based and not product based. Especially since it's also stating on my under eye, where my eye makeup doesn't even touch. When it starts to flare, I try to give my eyelids a break.
Here's a super simple mermaid look I did last month. Literally anyone can do it, and you'll feel like Ariel herself when you're done.
And here's what I used for my mermaid transformation:
The first thing I did was line my inner rims (top and bottom) with my 100% Pure Eyeliner. Next, I applied the teal color (2nd row, 4th one in) from the Pacifica eyeshadow palette to the outer lid of my eyes. I brought it close to the middle. Then, I applied Small Gift from the ColourPop Cosmetics Hello Kitty collection to the inner lid of my eyes. I blended them together to meet in the middle. Then, I applied just a little of the neutral shimmer (1st row, 1st one in) to the center of my eyelid and blended that in. I also used some of that up to my brow and in the inner corner of my eyes, just for a little more shimmer. Mermaids love shimmer. Then I curled my lashes a few times before applying one coat of 100% Pure Maracuja Oil Blackberry mascara, then finished with a coat of the Black Tea mascara.
Voila! Easy peasy lemon squeezy.
Let your inner mermaid shine through! 🐚
When I saw ColourPop Cosmetics was releasing a Hello Kitty collection on Hello Kitty's Birthday no less, I was thrilled! One of my main loves is Hello Kitty. I've loved her forever, and I just knew I had to get my hands on some of the goodies they were releasing!
They had blush, highlighter, eyeshadow, lip gloss, lipstick, and a makeup bag. Most of the products were vegan, but sadly not all of them were, so I did some research (they're very up to date with their vegan list on their website), and placed an order.
I got Mama's Apple Pie, which is a collection of 4 shadows, and the makeup bag. I literally have more makeup bags than I will ever know what to do with, but it was just too darn cute to resist.
The bag is large, and you can fit a good amount of makeup in it. It's a vinyl material so it's easy to wipe clean. The base is blue and the top is clear with Hello Kitty and her red bow designs on it. The zipper is her red bow! Seriously, it's too cute! I love that the top is clear so you can see what you're keeping in it, like your cute matching Hello Kitty makeup! It's $12 and available on their website.
Mama's Apple Pie contains 4 eyeshadows. Here they are, with their descriptions, taken from the ColourPop website:
"Rainbow: Glitter sheer finish white with highlights of silver and pink glitter
Friendship File: Metallic finish warm peachy beige dusted with silver and pink glitter
Small Gift: Pearlized finish mid-tone peachy pink
School Bus: Pearlized finish deep navy blue"
The colors are really pretty and very versatile. Lots of sparkle and shine! They're highly pigmented too. The colors all compliment each other. You've got everything you need for a neutral eye to a smokey eye. The only one I don't love is Rainbow, I don't hate it but it's just not my favorite. I don't feel like it wears as well as the others. Small Gift is definitely my favorite. The color is so pretty. It looks prettier on than it does in the container.
The application is silky smooth and they last pretty much my whole work day on my lids, without a primer. So that's pretty impressive.
These 4 shadows came in a cute Hello Kitty box, and were $18. The price is really affordable! And, if you've never ordered on their website before and you sign up for emails, you get a $5 coupon!
I would like to try one of their lip glosses or lip sticks, and I really wanna try the highlighter and the blush. I may be making another purchase soon! 🙊 I mean really, can you ever have enough makeup? The answer to that is clearly no!
All of their Lippie Liners and Lippie Sticks are vegan! Even the pretty red ones! Two of their Hello Kitty products aren't vegan, the KT lip gloss and the Fun With Friends blush.
Say hello when you see me!
Let's talk 2017 goals. I know what you're thinking "but Ash we already talked about resolutions," and you're right we did. But a resolution and a goal are different. A resolution, by definition, is a decision to do or not to something, or to solve a problem. A goal, by definition, is a desired result. Perhaps your resolutions are leading to a certain goal or goals. I think that in order for your resolution to have a chance at making it past that February hump, having a goal or goals set out in your mind will help give you that ambition to keep going. It's like a cause and effect if you will.
I have two resolutions I set for myself. The first, and easiest, is to read more. I used to love reading because it was an escape from reality. But as I got older and busier, I had less time to read until I stopped all together. I recently started again at the end of last year. I created a note in my phone to keep track of all the book I read this year. My goal is to read at least 15 books. So far, I finished the one I started December 22nd of last year, and have finished two more! Woo hoo!
My other and much more complex resolution is to get better control of my anxiety. I laid out a plan for doing this in my other blog post. My goal in doing this is to become a more positive person overall.
I have a natural predisposition to negativity because of my anxiety. I have to work *extra hard* to be positive. Whenever things go right, instinctively I think about when they're going to go wrong. In one day I could win the lottery, find my dream home, and buy my dream car, and I still would think about the one thing that went wrong that day. Even if it was something as simple as I ran out of Earth Balance butter for my waffles, or the shirt I wanted to wear wasn't clean. This is naturally how my brain functions.
But what I've learned about the brain is that it's a pretty amazing thing. I went through a lot of issues when my ex and I broke up, and they lasted for years. He was in (and out) of my life for a long time, and I never felt so low as I did when he was out of my life. Even when he was in it, he wasn't really in it. While I remember a lot of things that happened over the years, and I vividly remember the pain I felt, a lot of things are fuzzy. It's similar to when my Granny, one of my favorite people in my life, whom I was very close to, passed away when I was a kid. We used to watch Jeopardy together, and we would spend Tuesday's going to Starbucks and going shopping. Still to this day, Tuesday is my least favorite day of the week because I don't have her to spend it with. I have memories of her funeral, and her being sick in general, but they're fuzzy. Why? Because the brain knows what the heart can't handle. My brain is purposely blocking these memories out because it knows that my heart couldn't bear the thought of them. So if my brain can do all of this, my brain can work with me to be a more positive person.
But how am I gonna do this? Well, I have a plan. You know how people do those memory jars and they start on January 1st and at the end of the year they read all of their memories. I'm gonna do that but with a twist. I'm gonna take a jar, and every day, fill it with a memory or something that makes me happy. It could be something as simple as writing down something I love, like avocados, and whenever I feel down in the dumps, I'm gonna open my jar and read as many happy thoughts as I need to feel better. I'm gonna train my mind that when it feels negative, to flood it with positivity, and hopefully I'll need to dip into the jar less and less as the year progresses.
All great things start with a plan and good intentions. Do you have yours?
LET'S DO THIS 2017!
Let 2017 be the year you make a difference. Let it be the year you make a change. Let it be the year you go vegan! I truly believe that every person is born with compassion in their heart. Your life experiences, what your taught, that disconnect you learn as you get older.. that all can change the compassion you're born with. It's time to get that back! There's no better time than the present!
I'm gonna lay some truth down for you guys. These are harsh truths. Some of these truths are gonna probably hurt your feelings. They're probably gonna piss you off too. You might even be mad at me at the end of this. But I'm willing to take that risk, because my passion for animals and them living a happy life is one of the strongest feelings I've ever known. So in advance I apologize for the foul language and your possible hurt feelings. Just remember at the end of this I still love you guys. You've been warned.
As a vegan, it's my responsibility, no, it's my DUTY, to be a voice for the voiceless. Those animals can't tell you things, but I can. Bullshit ads tell you "milk does a body good," and "cage free eggs," and they show commercials with these chickens eating healthy meals just living the dream. WAKE UP PEOPLE! You've been fed bullshit your entire life. You've been raised to think a certain way. But, there is no such thing as humane meat. The conditions and the pure fucking torture these animals go through is VERY REAL. You don't have to take my word for it. A quick internet search will show you what you refuse to see. These animals do not consent to this shit. Murder is murder!
This truth is gonna hurt a lot of people. No matter how much you disagree, you absolutely can't truly love animals if you eat them. If you're reading this and you're not vegan, you're probably pissed off. Good. Get pissed off. That's your conscience trying to tell you that I'm right. You're a good person who's got a great big heart that's reading this right now. You probably donate to local charities, hold the door for people, say thank you, maybe even do some volunteer work. You ARE a good person. I know this. In your head you're like "..but I have birthday parities for my dog and only feed them the best food. They eat better than I do! My pets are my children!" And I believe you when you say that. You're probably the best dog mom/dad! But your dog, in the grand scheme of thing, is no different than that cow you had for dinner. Your dog just got lucky, and that cow didn't. You choose to rub your dogs belly, and instead choose to eat that cows belly. It's called beef tripe. It's disgusting. Cows are literally oversized dogs. They act just like them. And did you know that chickens purr? THEY PURR LIKE CATS. They even dream! You don't get to decide to love one and eat another because they are the EXACT SAME where it counts. They feel emotions; love, sadness, fear, all of them. They bleed the same. They feel pain the same way. They hurt. They form bonds with each other and humans alike. One doesn't deserve to die more than the other. All of their lives matter.
You can live without your burgers and your steaks. You won't die without chicken fingers. Life won't come to an end without cheese. I promise you this. Most vegans don't just stop eating these things because they don't like them. They stop because they listen to their hearts instead of their stomachs.
Anything you can eat I can eat vegan. I'm not saying you won't make sacrifices, you will. You'll struggle and slip up. You'll get frustrated. You'll miss certain foods. I miss cheese every single day. I friggin loved cheese, and ate it with pretty much every meal I had. But I stopped because I didn't want to be a part of the cruelty of raping cows to impregnate them, and almost as quickly as that calf is born, he's snatched from her, murdered and turned into veal, while the mommy cow is crying her eyes out and having that milky pus drained from her udders so I could have a piece of fucking cheddar cheese.
Candy corns were like crack to me. But I stopped because I didn't want to be a part of the cruelty bees face to get said honey. Ripping the queen bees wings off so she can't leave the colony, and that's just the tip of the iceburg.
And no one could put away a bag of marshmallows faster than I could. I still even pick up a bag and smell them like a feign at the store every time I see them, no shame. But I stopped because I didn't want anything to do with consuming boiled bones, tendons, skin or ligaments of animals in my life.
So yeah, it'll be hard, really hard at times, but your soul and your heart will be fulfilled, and your conscience will be clear.
Don't hesitate. Don't think about it. Just do it. Listen to your heart, and go vegan. Even if it takes you years to get there, do it. Throw out all your shitty fur coats and leather garbage and substitute it for faux leather. Every time you finish up a shampoo, conditioner, body wash, makeup item.. replace it with a vegan substitute. Let Meatless Monday's turn into Tofu Tuesday's until the whole week is animal free. You got this.
Be the person your cat/dog thinks you are. Be that person in all aspects of your life. Treat other animals the way you treat them.
Think of me as your built in guide for this journey. I'm here for you. I'm here for every question you have. I'm here for recipes. I'm here when you feel like you're struggling to stay on track. I'm here to lend an ear and to lend a helping hand. I'm here. You can email me, you can message me on my Facebook or my Instagram. No question is too big, too small, or too stupid. I'm here for you.
Good luck, my friends!